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{i} kaplan

Kaplan çok vahşi bir hayvan türüdür. - A tiger is a very ferocious kind of animal.

Bir tavşan gibi yüz yıl yaşamaktansa, bir kaplan gibi bir gün yaşa. - Rather than live a hundred years as a rabbit, live one day as a tiger.

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(Benzetme) Genç kadın avcısı yaşlıca erkek
tiger cat kaplan gibi derisi yollu yaban kedisi
{i} resmi elbiseli araba uşağı
tekir kedi
(Askeri) TİGER: Düşman uçaklarını önlemek ve imha etmek, kıyıdaki kıtaları desteklemek üzere uçak taşıt gemilerinden faaliyette bulunacak şekilde imal edilmiş tek motorlu tek kişilik ses üstü, jet av uçağı. silahları sidewinder, toplar ve roket demetleridir. F-11 olarak tanınır
tiger moth bir çeşit benekli pervane
kana susamış adam
{i} kana susamış kimse
tiger lily siyah benekli portakal rengi zambak
zalim adam
tiger muskie
Turna Balığı
tiger lily
kaplan postu
tiger lily
pars zambağı
tiger moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kaplan güve
tiger's eye
kaplan gözü
tiger cat
tiger cub
kaplan yavrusu
tiger moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) İri bir güve çeşiti
tiger nut milk
kaplan fındık süt
tiger shark
kaplan köpekbalığı
tiger beetle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kaplan böceği
tiger beetle
tiger beetle
tiger beetles
kum böcekleri
tiger cat
etçil keseli hayvan [avus.]
tiger cat
yaban kedisi
tiger snake
kaplan yılanı
tiger's eye
asian tiger mosquito
asya kaplan sivrisineği
bengal tiger
bengal kaplanı
sand tiger
kum kaplanı
tasmanian tiger
tazmanya kaplanı
kaplan gibi
a tiger never changes his stripes
(deyim) Huylu huyundan vazgeçmez
paper tiger
kağıt kaplan
paper tiger
güçsüz olmasına rağmen güçlü görünen kişi, şey
ride a tiger
kontrolü güç bir durumu başarılı bir şekilde kontrol altında tutmak

It appeared that former President Pervez Musharraf was riding a tiger with Pakistani-based terror groups Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jamaat-ul-Dawa.

ride a tiger
güç bir durumla baş etmek
siberian tiger
Sibirya kaplanı
american tiger
paper tiger
güçlüymüş gibi görünen ama aslında zayıf kimse/kuruluş/ülke
paper tiger
(deyim) kof düşman
state tiger
(Askeri) Bir hava önlemesinde; "verilen görevi tamamlamaya yetecek kadar yakıtım vardır" anlamında kod
kana susamış
kaplan gibi/acımasız
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
someone connected with Hull City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
A leopard

Jim remarked irrelevantly that tigers were 'schelms' and it was his conviction that there were a great many in the kloofs round about.

Panthera tigris, a large carnivorous animal of the cat family, indigenous to Asia
A servant in livery, who rides with his master or mistress

The doom of Fate was, Be thou a Dandy! Have thy eye-glasses, opera-glasses, thy Long-Acre cabs with white-breeched tiger, thy yawning impassivities, pococurantisms; fix thyself in Dandyhood, undeliverable; it is thy doom.

A person who is very athletic during intercourse
{n} an animal of the feline kind, very rapacious
large feline of forests in most of Asia having a tawny coat with black stripes; endangered a fierce or audacious person; "he's a tiger on the tennis court"; "it aroused the tiger in me
A software tool which scans for system weaknesses
a free system scanner for UNIX See http: //home arc com/tara/index html
Someone who is playing unusually well
When full grown, it equals or exceeds the lion in size and strength
A pneumatic box or pan used in refining sugar
Acronym for Treasury Investors Growth Receipt They are U S government-backed bonds without coupons, meaning that the bondholders do not receive the periodic interest payments The principal of the bond and the individual coupons are sold separately
See: Treasury Investors Growth Receipt
The Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing data format used by the U S Census Bureau to support census programs and surveys It was used for the 1990 census TIGER files contain street address ranges along lines and census tract/block boundaries This descriptive data can be used to associate address information and census/demographic data with coverage features
A kind of growl or screech, after cheering; as, three cheers and a tiger
{i} large predatory cat
Tactical Interactive Ground Equipment Repair
Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing System - An automated cartographic and geographic support system compiled by Geographic Divsion of the US Census Bureau
A tiger is a large fierce animal belonging to the cat family. Tigers are orange with black stripes. see also paper tiger. Reddish tan, striped great cat (Panthera tigris) of forests, grasslands, and swamps in eastern Russia, South Asia, Sumatra, and a few small parts of China. Tigers are solitary, nocturnal hunters, preying on medium-sized mammals (e.g., deer). Locality and subspecies determine size, colour, and stripes. Southern tigers, such as the Bengal tiger (P. tigris tigris), are smaller and more brightly coloured than northern ones, such as the rare Siberian tiger (P. tigris altaica). Males grow to more than 3 ft (1 m) high and 7 ft (2.2 m) long, excluding the 3-ft (1-m) tail, and may weigh 350-640 lb (160-290 kg). Tigers live about 11 years. The persistent use of tiger parts as tonics or medicines, despite evidence refuting their efficacy, is rooted in the awe that the cat has inspired for millennia. Although internationally protected, tigers are seriously endangered; their populations shrank by more than 90% in the last century, and three subspecies are now extinct. tiger's eye sabre toothed tiger Tasmanian tiger tiger beetle tiger moth tiger shark tiger swallowtail Woods Tiger Flying Tigers Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam Tamil Tigers
large feline of forests in most of Asia having a tawny coat with black stripes; endangered
Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing
A very large and powerful carnivore (Felis tigris) native of Southern Asia and the East Indies
Called also royal tiger, and Bengal tiger
is an acronym for topologically integrated geographic encoding and referencing file This is a type of digital map developed by the U S Bureau of the Census to support the 1990 population census Census maps in TIGER format succeed the previous DIME format TIGER files are available for every county in the United States and for the millions of census blocks in urban areas Although the accuracy of TIGER files varies from county to county, partly for reasons beyond the control of the Bureau, they are likely to improve in coming decades The TIGER files are a particularly important resource for many urban GIS
A large carnivorous animal (Panthera tigris) of the cat family indigenous to Asia
1 Operational code name for the German advance through the Maginot Line on the French border - June 1940 2 Operational code name for a British convoy to Egypt in May 1941
The heraldic tiger has the body of a wolf, the tail of a lion and is studded with tufts of hair It is not an early bearing, nor is it often seen
ttouch - fingers held as for Bear TTouch, but separated, and use tips and fingernails of all four fingers in a deep (7-8) pressure circle
A person (especially a man) very who is very athletic during intercourse
Acronym for Treasury Investors Growth Receipt U S government-backed bonds without coupons, meaning that the bondholders do not receive the periodic interest payments The principal of the bond and the individual coupons are sold separately
Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing System and database developed by the U S Department of Commerce Is meant to be used as a digital map base to support the activities of the Census Bureau Will replace GBF/DIME
Its back and sides are tawny or rufous yellow, transversely striped with black, the tail is ringed with black, the throat and belly are nearly white
a fierce or audacious person; "he's a tiger on the tennis court"; "it aroused the tiger in me"
A ferocious, bloodthirsty person
In all, there were eight subspecies of tiger Of these, three (Bali, Caspian and Javan) have gone extinct just within the last forty years or so, and the remaining five (Bengal, Indo-Chinese, Siberian, South China and Sumatran) are endangered or critically endangered A tiger's night vision is more than five times better than a human's The white spots on the back of the ears are used for communication, e g a mother keeping in touch with her cubs without giving away her position while stalking prey
tiger beetle
Any active, carnivorous beetle (species) of the family Cicinidelidae

Most tiger beetle larvae tunnel in the soil.

tiger beetles
plural form of tiger beetle
tiger cubs
plural form of tiger cub
tiger economies
plural form of tiger economy
tiger economy
A place enjoying very fast economic growth
tiger economy
As the levels of education improved many South East Asian countries became tiger economies
tiger kidnap
Such an abduction or hostage-taking
tiger kidnap
To abduct someone, or to hold someone hostage, in order to persuade someone else to assist in a crime
tiger kidnapped
Simple past tense and past participle of tiger kidnap
tiger kidnapping
Present participle of tiger kidnap
tiger kidnaps
plural form of tiger kidnap
tiger kidnaps
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tiger kidnap
tiger lilies
plural form of tiger lily
tiger lily
A bulbous flowering plant, Lilium lancifolium, with a large spectacular flower and a edible bulb
tiger moth
A stout-bodied moth (species) of the family Arctiidae

Most tiger moths have broad, striped (hence the name) or spotted wings.

tiger moths
plural form of tiger moth
tiger prawn
a large marine crustacean, Penaeus monodon, widely reared for food
tiger prawns
plural form of tiger prawn
tiger shark
A large shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, common in the mid-Pacific, that hunts alone and has dark stripes across its back
tiger sharks
plural form of tiger shark
tiger team
A specialized group tasked with testing the effectiveness of an organization's ability to protect assets by attempting to circumvent, defeat or otherwise thwart that organization's internal and external security
tiger team
An engineering or other group assembled to tackle especially difficult or critical problems, often outside the normal chain of command
tiger teams
plural form of tiger team
tiger's eye
A chatoyant gemstone that is usually yellow- to red-brown, with a silky luster
tiger muskie
A carnivorous fish, and is the usually sterile, hybrid offspring of the true muskellunge and the northern pike
tiger moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A stout moth which has boldly spotted and streaked wings and a hairy caterpillar (woolly bear). [Arctia and other genera: many species.]
Tiger Beat
American magazine for teenagers containing information on celebrities and pop musicians
Tiger Woods
In 2001 he won the US Masters to complete a grand slam of holding all four major titles at the same time (1975- ) a US golfer who, in 1997, became the youngest person ever to win the US Masters Tournament. In 2000 he won the US Open and The Open (in Britain). This made him the youngest player to have won all four Majors (=the two Opens, the US Masters, and the PGA). orig. Eldrick Woods born Dec. 30, 1975, Cypress, Calif., U.S. U.S. golfer. The child of a Thai mother and an African American father, Woods was a golf prodigy and won the first of three consecutive U.S. Junior Amateur Championships (1991-93) when he was 15 years old. In 1994 (at age 18) he became the youngest winner of the U.S. Amateur competition, which he also won in 1995 and 1996. In 1997 Woods (age 21) became the youngest player and the first of African or Asian descent ever to win the Masters Tournament, winning by a record margin of 12 strokes. Winner of five other PGA tournaments in 1997, Woods became the youngest player ever ranked first in world golf competition. On July 23, 2000, Woods became the fifth player after Gene Sarazen, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, and Gary Player in golf history, and the youngest, to complete the career grand slam of the four major championships. (The modern grand slam comprises the Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship.)
Tiger Woods
(born 1975) American professional golfer who was the youngest to win the U.S. Amateur Championship
tiger beetle
active usually bright-colored beetle that preys on other insects
tiger beetle
Any of numerous active, brightly colored, predatory beetles of the family Cicindelidae, chiefly of warm, sandy regions, having large jaws and sluggish larvae that live in vertical burrows. Any of some 2,000 species (family Cicindelidae) of voracious beetles, found worldwide but mostly in the tropics and subtropics. The larva waits at the top of its burrow (up to 2 ft, or 0.7 m, deep) and grasps approaching insect prey with sicklelike jaws. Hooks on the abdomen anchor it so that the struggling victim cannot pull away, and the prey is dragged into the burrow and eaten. The slender, long-legged adults, less than an inch (25 mm) long, have long jaws that can inflict a painful bite. Many are iridescent blue, green, orange, or scarlet
tiger cat
a cat having a striped coat medium-sized wildcat of Central America and South America having a dark-striped coat
tiger cowrie
cowrie whose shell is used for ornament
tiger cub
a young tiger
tiger lily
An eastern Asian perennial (Lilium lancifolium) having large black-spotted reddish-orange flowers with reflexed petals and purplish bulbils in the leaf axils
tiger lily
Asian lily with dark purple or brown spotted orange or red flowers; any lily that looks like the Asian tiger lily
tiger lily
lily of southeastern United States having cup-shaped flowers with deep yellow to scarlet recurved petals east Asian perennial having large reddish-orange black-spotted flowers with reflexed petals
tiger lily
east Asian perennial having large reddish-orange black-spotted flowers with reflexed petals
tiger lily
lily of southeastern United States having cup-shaped flowers with deep yellow to scarlet recurved petals
tiger moth
medium-sized moth with long richly colored and intricately patterned wings; larvae are called woolly bears
tiger moth
Any of numerous, often brightly colored moths of the family Arctiidae, characteristically having wings marked with spots or stripes. Any of more than 3,500 species (family Arctiidae) of moths, many with furry or hairy larvae called woolly bears. Most adults have a thick body and white, orange, or green wings. At rest, the wings are folded rooflike over the body. The fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea) is a serious pest. The caterpillars construct webs over leaves, sometimes covering large areas with silken sheets. They pupate aboveground in a cocoon made of larval hairs and silk. The Isabella tiger moth (Isia isabella) attains a wingspan of 1.5-2 in. (37-50 mm). Black spots mark its abdomen and yellow wings
tiger rattlesnake
having irregularly cross-banded back; of arid foothills and canyons of southern Arizona and Mexico
tiger salamander
widely distributed brown or black North American salamander with vertical yellowish blotches
tiger salamander
A large terrestrial salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) found in most parts of North America and having distinctive light olive bars or spots
tiger shark
large dangerous warm-water shark with striped or spotted body
tiger shark
A large voracious shark (Galeocerdo cuvieri) of tropical waters, having a grayish-brown color with vertical bars along the sides. Potentially dangerous shark (Galeocerdo cuvieri, family Carcharhinidae), found worldwide in warm oceans, from the shoreline to the open sea. Up to 18 ft (5.5 m) long, the grayish tiger shark has a long, pointed upper tail lobe, and its large teeth are deeply notched along one side. This voracious shark eats fishes, other sharks, turtles, mollusks, birds, carrion, and garbage, including coal, tin cans, and clothing. It is a source of leather and liver oil. See also sand shark
tiger snake
highly venomous brown-and-yellow snake of Australia and Tasmania
tiger swallowtail
A large swallowtail butterfly (Papilio glaucus) of eastern North America, mostly yellow with narrow black bands across the wings. Any of several North American species of black-and-yellow swallowtail butterflies. The eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) is a large, widely distributed species. The yellow male has black margins and black stripes on the wings. The female is similarly marked in the north, where the black and distasteful pipevine swallowtail (Battus philenor) does not occur; in the south, where the two coexist, the female tiger swallowtail is very often all or mostly black
tiger team
Government and industry - sponsored teams of computer experts who attempt to break down the defenses of computer systems in an effort to uncover, and eventually patch, security holes
tiger team
[U S military jargon] 1 Originally, a team (of sneakers) whose purpose is to penetrate security, and thus test security measures Serious successes of tiger teams sometimes lead to early retirement for base commanders and security officers 2 Recently, and more generally, any official inspection team or special firefighting group called in to look at a problem A subset of tiger teams are professional crackers, testing the security of military computer installations by attempting remote attacks via networks or supposedly `secure' comm channels The term has been adopted in commercial computer-security circles in this more specific sense [27]
tiger team
A temporary team established to focus on solving an unexpected problem that has arisen and which may have significant impact if not resolved
tiger team
Government and industry - sponsored teams of computer experts who attempt to break down the defences of computer systems in an effort to uncover, and eventually patch, security holes
Bali tiger
An individual of this species
Bali tiger
The species of tiger Panthera tigris balica, which became extinct in the 1930s
Bengal tiger
A tiger of the subspecies Panthera tigris tigris found in various parts of the Indian subcontinent
Javan tiger
an extinct tiger subspecies, Panthera tigris sondaica, which inhabited the Indonesian island of Java until the 1980s
Siberian tiger
A tiger of the subspecies Panthera tigris altaica, the largest of the big cats, now confined to the part of eastern Russia
Sumatran tiger
A tiger of the subspecies Panthera tigris sumatrae found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra
Tamil Tiger
A member of a guerilla organization seeking the establishment of an independent state in the northeast of Sri Lanka for the Tamil community
Tasmanian tiger
The carnivorous marsupial Thylacinus cynocephalus which was native to Tasmania, now extinct
Tony the Tiger
A cartoon character used by Kellogg Company to promote its Frosted Flakes cereal

If they were good enough for Tony the Tiger, they were good enough for me.

blind tiger
A speakeasy
blind tiger
A drug joint, where illegal sale of intoxicant drugs happens
double-nosed andean tiger hound
A South American dog with two sets of nostrils
lady or tiger
A pure gamble with highly divergent outcomes
paper tiger
A seemingly fierce person or thing without the ability to back up their words

The League of Nations was by this time scarcely even a paper tiger, devoid of credibility since its divisions and pusillanimity had been so clearly laid bare following Mussolini's invasion of Abyssinia in the autumn of 1935.

red tiger
the puma
saber-toothed tiger
Any of numerous species of prehistoric cat-like mammals (genus Smilodon), characterized by massive, but short, legs and two large canine teeth, each about seven inches long and shaped like sabers. Also called saber-toothed cat
sabre-toothed tiger
Any of numerous species of prehistoric cat-like mammals. A cat of the Machairodontinae subfamily of the Felidae
having the characteristics of a tiger
having a tiger by the tail
Cope with an obsession; pursue an idea, a talent or even a vice obsessively; face a trying problem
A tiger
Asian tiger mosquito
A mosquito (Aeder albopictus), native to Asia and now present in parts of tropical and subtropical America, that transmits dengue and yellow fever
Bengal tiger
A tiger (Panthera tigris subsp. tigris) of India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar
asian tiger mosquito
striped native of Japan thriving in United States southeast and midwest and spreading to the Caribbean; potential carrier of serious diseases
bengal tiger
southern short-haired tiger
blind tiger
A place where alcoholic beverages are sold illegally; a speakeasy. Also called blind pig
columbia tiger lily
lily of western North America with showy orange-red purple-spotted flowers
false saber-toothed tiger
North American cat of the Miocene and Pliocene; much earlier and less specialized than members of the genus Smiledon
paper tiger
threatening person or thing that in the end turns out to be weak and ineffective
paper tiger
If you say that an institution, a country, or a person is a paper tiger, you mean that although they seem powerful they do not really have any power. One that is seemingly dangerous and powerful but is in fact timid and weak: "They are paper tigers, weak and indecisive" (Frederick Forsyth). an enemy or opponent who seems powerful but actually is not
paper tiger
the nature of a person or organization that appears powerful but is actually powerless and ineffectual; "he reminded Mao that the paper tiger had nuclear teeth
saber-toothed tiger
{i} wild cat (now extinct animal) with long curving upper canine teeth that lived in the Oligocene and Pleistocene periods
saber-toothed tiger
any of many extinct cats of the Old and New Worlds having long swordlike upper canine teeth; from the Oligocene through the Pleistocene
sabre toothed tiger
{i} tiger with teeth that resemble sabers
sabre-toothed tiger
or sabre-toothed cat Any of the extinct cat species forming the subfamily Machairodontinae. They had two long, bladelike canine teeth in the upper jaw. They lived from 36.6 million years ago to about 10,000 years ago, arising in North America and Europe and spreading to Asia, Africa, and South America. The best-known, the short-limbed Smilodon of the Americas, was bigger than the modern lion. Its "sabres," which grew to 8 in. (20 cm) long, were used to stab and slash prey, including the mastodon, whose pattern of extinction paralleled their own
sand tiger
shallow-water shark with sharp jagged teeth found on both sides of Atlantic; sometimes dangerous to swimmers
skin a tiger
remove the hide from a tiger
Like a tiger; tigrish
{s} resembling a tiger, tigerlike, fierce, bloodthirsty, predatory
resembling a tiger in fierceness and lack of mercy; "a tigerish fury
plural of tiger
a terrorist organization in Sri Lanka that began in 1970 as a student protest over the limited university access for Tamil students; currently seeks to establish an independent Tamil state called Eelam; relies on guerilla strategy including terrorist tactics that target key government and military personnel; "the Tamil Tigers perfected suicide bombing as a weapon of war"
water tiger
b of Water beetle
water tiger
A diving, or water, beetle, especially the larva of a water beetle
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    panthera tigris


    /ˈtīgər/ /ˈtaɪɡɜr/


    [ tI-g&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old French tigre, from (accusative form of) Latin tigris, from Ancient Greek τίγρις, possibly of Iranian origin.

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    tiger lily


    ... outrun the tiger. ...
    ... that there's not a tiger on the loose. ...

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