trick

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} oyun etmek
kandırmak

Bir insanı öyle kandırmak haksızlık. - It's wrong to trick people like that.

Ben o gece yalnızdım, sizi kandırmak için sesler çıkarıyordum, hepsi bu kadar! - I was alone that night, making noises to trick you, that's all!

dalavere

O bir dalavere soru mu? - Is that a trick question?

Büyük olan çocuklar her zaman ona dalavere yapıyorlar. - The older boys are always playing tricks on him.

numara

Çocuk bir sürü sihirli numaralar biliyor. - The boy knows many magic tricks.

Tom sihirli bir numara yaptı. - Tom performed a magic trick.

hile

Tom yaşlı bir köpeğe yeni hileler öğretemeyeceğinizi her zaman bize söyledi. - Tom always told us that you can't teach an old dog new tricks.

Hile çok güzel çalıştı. - The trick worked beautifully.

{i} kurnazlık
{i} püf noktası
{i} güzel kadın
(fiil) kandırmak, oyun etmek, oyuna getirmek, aldatmak, faka bastırmak
hileli

O hileli bir soru değildir. - That's not a trick question.

İtalyancanın hileli bir dil olduğunu duydum. - I've heard Italian is a tricky language.

üçkağıda getirmek
birine azizlik etmek
hilekarlık
şaka
tonga
külah
(iskambil) el
bityeniği
mandepsi
ığrıp
ayak oyunu
katakulli
{i} oyunda yerde toplanan kâğıtlar
keleğe getirmek
fırıldak
kazık
birine oyun oynamak
madik atmak
şeytanlık
al
hüner

Yaşlı bir köpeğe yeni hünerler öğretmek zor. - It's hard to teach an old dog new tricks.

{i} fahişenin müşterisi
beceri
düzen
muzır
oyun

Jack bana kirli bir oyun oynadı. - Jack played a dirty trick on me.

Bana oyun oynamaya çalışmanızın faydası yok. - It is no use trying to play a trick on me.

{f} aldat

Tom Mary'nin onu aldattığına inanamadı. - Tom couldn't believe that Mary had tricked him.

Ziyaretçilerin, kendisini aldattığının farkına vardı. - He realized that the visitors had tricked him.

ustalık
muzip

Kardeşine muziplik yapmayı bırak. - Stop playing tricks on your brother.

(into ile) aldatmak
zor

Yaşlı bir köpeğe yeni hünerler öğretmek zor. - It's hard to teach an old dog new tricks.

Bu bilgisayarın çalıştırılması zordur. - Operation of this computer is tricky.

marifet
muziplik için yapılmış
el çabukluğu
üçkâğıda getirmek
muziplik

Kardeşine muziplik yapmayı bırak. - Stop playing tricks on your brother.

incelik
dolap
{i} kötü şaka
{i} azizlik
garip taraf
{i} üçkâğıt
{i} 1. hile, oyun, dolap, numara: She uses tears as a trick to gain sympathy. Kendini acındırmak için ağlama numarası yapıyor. play a trick on
bir devirde oynanılan kağıtlar
şey tanlık
{i} çalım
{i} üçkâğıtçılık
{f} faka bastırmak
{i} dümen nöbeti
hile, oyun, dolap, numara: She uses tears as a trick to gain sympathy. Kendini acındırmak için ağlama numarası yapıyor. play a trick on
{i} dümen

Tom benim üstümden dümen çevirmeyi sever. - Tom enjoys playing tricks on me.

{i} işin sırrı
trick out veya up süslemek
(Askeri) TAKSİMAT ÇİZGİSİ: Bir mercek üzerinde veya dürbün iç taksimatındaki çizgi
nöbet
cinsel ilişki
sır
dümen çevirmek
tezgah

Yaşlı insanlar tezgâhtar tarafından kandırıldı. - Old people were tricked by the shop assistant.

adet

Eski köye yeni adet getiremezsin. - You can't teach old dogs new tricks.

trick cinematography
sinema hilesi
trick dialectic
üçkağıtçı diyalektik
trick into
kandırmak
trick or treat
hediye ver yoksa karışmam
trick out
allayıp pullamak
trick out
giyinip kuşanmak
trick steering wheel
trik dümen dolabı
trick up
giyinip kuşanmak
trick film
hileli film
trick into
kandır
trick or treat
Hristyanların Cadılar Bayramında şeker toplayan çocukların kapı kapı dolaşarak "Ya bize ikramda bulunursun, ya da sana bir oyun ederiz" anlamına gelen sözü
trick skier
hüner kayakçı
trick to
kandırmak için
trick-or-treating
hile mi kıyak
trick out
süslemek
trick out
bezemek
trick out of
tokatlamak
trick out of
kandırıp almak
trick up
süslemek
trick up
bezemek
trick#into
kandir
Turn trick
(fahişe) İşe çıkmak
have a trick up one's sleeve
(Ev ile ilgili) Gizli bir planı bulunmak
mind trick
Akıl çelme, oyuna getirme, bir insanı kendi isteği doğrultusunda yönlendirme
play a trick
hile yapmak
confidence trick
dolandırma
confidence trick
üçkağıt
confidence trick
sahtekarlık
dirty trick
kancıklık
dirty trick
kalleşlik
dirty trick
kahpelik
tricker
(Argo) şakacı
tricker
düzenbaz
tricker
(Argo) muzip
tricker
(Argo) oyuncu
tricker
sahtekar
tricking
kandırma

Aşk çoğalma için insanları kandırmanın doğal bir yoludur. - Love is nature's way of tricking people into reproducing.

confidence trick
üçkâğıtçılık
confidence trick
dolandırıcılık
dirty trick
adilik
dirty trick
pislik
dirty trick
badalak
do the trick
işini görmek
do the trick
amacını karşılamak
never miss a trick
çöp atlamaz olmak
use every trick in the book
her yola başvurmak
That child knows a trick or two
O çocuk ne kurnazdır!
That´ll do the trick
O işimizi görür
You can't teach an old dog a new trick
(Atasözü) Ağaç yaş iken eğilir
con trick
con hüner
dog trick
(deyim) ihanet
dog trick
(deyim) sırtından vurmak
dog trick
köpeklerin yaptığı numara, gösteri niteliğindeki hareketler
every trick in the book
(deyim) Mümkün olan, akla gelen her yol, her yöntem
hat-trick
(Spor) Bir spor karşılaşmasında özellikle futbolda bir oyuncun aynı oyunda 3 kez gol atması/skor yapması
hat-trick
(Spor) İlk kullanıldığı dönemlerde üç kez peşpeşe hedeflenen başarıyı gösteren sporcunun performansı için "hat trick" ifadesi kullanılırken, günümüzde ardarda olmasına bakılmadan bu terim kullanılmaktadır. Örneğin İngiltere'de ilk dönemlerde bir futbolcunun bir maçta üç gol peşpeşe atması hat-trick kabul edilmekteydi
hat-trick
(Spor) üçleme
hat-trick
(Spor) El çabukluğu
he has a trick of
O bir hile vardır
magic trick
Hokus pokus, el çabukluğu, sihir numarası
mind trick
akıl yanıltması
monkey trick
maymun hüner
one-trick pony
bir-trick pony
past of trick
hüner geçmiş
they are playing a trick on me.
Çünkü ben bir hüner oynuyorlar
tricked
kandırdın

Tom'u buraya getirmek için kandırdın, değil mi? - You tricked Tom into coming here, didn't you?

That'll do the trick
O işimizi görür. That's a fine kettle of Ne âlâ! (Hiç istenmeyen bir durum karşısında söylenir.). That's a fine kettle of k.dili. Ayvayı yedik!/Hapı yuttuk!
card trick
kart sihirbazlığı
card trick
kart numarası
conjuring trick
hokkabazlık
do the trick
iş bitirmek
do the trick
(deyim) istenilen sonucu sağlamak,iş bitirmek,işi görmek
hat trick
üst üste üç sayı
hat trick
el çabukluğu
line up trick
(Spor) diziliş aldatmacası
play a trick
oyun etmek
play a trick
üçkâğıtçılık yapmak
play a trick on smb
oyun etmek
play a trick on smb
üçkâğıt yapmak
play a trick on smb
oyun yapmak
play smb. a trick
oyuna getirmek
play smb. a trick
üçkâğıt yapmak
play smb. a trick
oyun yapmak
play smb. a trick
oyun etmek
score a hat trick
(Spor) hettrik yapmak
score a hat trick
üç gol atmak
score a hat trick
üç sayı yapmak
serve a trick
kandırmak
serve a trick
oyun oynamak
turn the trick
işi halletmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An act of prostitution. Generally used with turn

At the worst point, she was turning ten tricks a day.

to trick out; to mod or customize an object, typically for the purpose of both personalization as well as enhancing the object's performance capabilities and more particularly for the purpose of performing stunts with that object

His friends were particularly impressed with the way he tricked out his Ruckus.

Something designed to fool or swindle

It was just a trick to say that the house was underpriced.

A single piece (or business) of a magician's (or any variety entertainer's) act

And for my next trick, I will pull a wombat out of a duffel bag.

A customer to a prostitute

As the businessman rounded the corner, she thought, Here comes another trick..

An entertaining or difficult physical action

That's a nice skateboard, but can you do any tricks on it?.

A sequence in which each player plays a card and a winning play is determined

I was able to take the second trick with the heart queen.

An effective, clever or quick way of doing something

Tricks of the trade. What's the trick of getting this chair to fold up?.

Something that is unusually stylish or cool

Wow, your new sportscar is so trick.

A daily period of work, especially in shift-based jobs

The Union contends that Fifer was entitled to promotion to the position of Group Leader on the third trick in the Core Room Department.

To fool; to cause to believe something untrue

You tried to trick me when you said that house was underpriced.

If someone tricks you, they deceive you, often in order to make you do something. Stephen is going to be pretty upset when he finds out how you tricked him His family tricked him into going to Pakistan, and once he was there, they took away his passport His real purpose is to trick his way into your home to see what he can steal
A trick is an action that is intended to deceive someone. We are playing a trick on a man who keeps bothering me
{n} a cheat, fraud, artifice, juggle, habit
{v} to cheat, deceive, dress, adorn, set off
To draw in outline, as with a pen; to delineate or distinguish without color, as arms, etc
A magic trick
a cunning or deceitful action or device; "he played a trick on me"; "he pulled a fast one and got away with it"
If something does the trick, it achieves what you wanted. Sometimes a few choice words will do the trick
{f} deceive; defraud; cheat; practice trickery
The tricks of the trade are the quick and clever ways of doing something that are known by people who regularly do a particular activity
The unit by which the outcome of the contract is determined, regularly consisting of four cards, one contributed by each player in rotation, beginning with the lead
Mischievous or annoying behavior; a prank; as, the tricks of boys
Something designed to trick
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
1 : a crafty procedure or practice meant to deceive or defraud b : a mischievous act : PRANK c : an indiscreet or childish action d : a deceptive, dexterous, or ingenious feat; especially : one designed to puzzle or amuse
A toy; a trifle; a plaything
If someone tries every trick in the book, they try every possible thing that they can think of in order to achieve something. Companies are using every trick in the book to stay one step in front of their competitors
a period of work or duty deceive somebody; "We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week
To draw in outline, as with a pen; to delineate without color, as coats of arms
{i} prank, mischievous or deceptive act; clever feat or device; ability to do something well; stint; one round in a card game, all the cards played by the participants in one round of a card game; sexual act performed by a prostitute (Slang)
A particular habit or manner; a peculiarity; a trait; as, a trick of drumming with the fingers; a trick of frowning
A period of duty at the helm
deceive somebody; "We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week"
in heraldry
To dress; to decorate; to set off; to adorn fantastically; often followed by up, off, or out
The whole number of cards played in one round, and consisting of as many cards as there are players
A period at the wheel
(n ) Term used to describe the game period during which each player plays one card The player who played the highest ranking card during this period is said to have "won the trick" or "taken the trick"
An artifice or stratagem; a cunning contrivance; a sly procedure, usually with a dishonest intent; as, a trick in trade
To deceive by cunning or artifice; to impose on; to defraud; to cheat; as, to trick another in the sale of a horse
A one night stand A younger person is admired more for his beauty than his mind Also known as: twink
An old dog learns no tricks When persons are old they do not readily conform to new ways The Latin (Atasözü) is “Senex psittacus negligit ferúlam;” the Greeks said, “Nekron iatreuein kai geronta nouthetein tauton esti;” the Germans say, “Ein alter hund ist nicht gut kundigen ”
to trick out; to mod or customize an object, typically for the purpose of both personalization as well as enhancing the objects performance capabilities and more particularly for the purpose of performing stunts with that object
four cards, one contributed by each player in turn (clockwise around the table) The highest card of the suit led (or the highest trump) wins the trick The player who wins the trick chooses the card to lead to the next trick There are 13 tricks in each deal
a period of work or duty
A turn; specifically, the spell of a sailor at the helm, usually two hours
a set of four cards played to the table, one from each hand, led by the winner of the previous trick (the declarer leads to the first trick) Each player plays a card to the trick in order, to the left of the leader The winner of the trick is the person who played the highert-ranking card of the suit led, or if the trick contains trump, the highest-ranking trump played on the trick
an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent; "that offer was a dirty trick"
If you say that something is a trick of the light, you mean that what you are seeing is an effect caused by the way that the light falls on things, and does not really exist in the way that it appears. Her head appears to be on fire but that is only a trick of the light
A knot, braid, or plait of hair
A trick is a clever or skilful action that someone does in order to entertain people. He shows me card tricks
disapproval If you say that someone is up to their tricks or up to their old tricks, you disapprove of them because they are behaving in the dishonest or deceitful way in which they typically behave. I have no respect for my father who, having remarried, is still up to his old tricks
a collection of four cards, one contributed by each player at the table
A trick in a trump game is the sequence of an individual card played by each player starting from 1st hand and ending in 4th hand Each player must follow suit if possible The highest card played wins the trick unless a trump card has been played
A trick is a clever way of doing something. Tiffany revamped her sitting room with simple decorative tricks. see also confidence trick, conjuring trick, hat-trick
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
A sly, dexterous, or ingenious procedure fitted to puzzle or amuse; as, a bear's tricks; a juggler's tricks
A trick consists of four dominoes, one from each player in one round of play
a cunning or deceitful action or device; "he played a trick on me"; "he pulled a fast one and got away with it" an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent; "that offer was a dirty trick" a period of work or duty deceive somebody; "We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week
If you say that someone does not miss a trick, you mean that they always know what is happening and take advantage of every situation
Middle mode of steps on most versions of DDR Difficulty is generally between 4 and 7 feet
An old dog learns no tricks When persons are old they do not readily conform to new ways The Latin (Atasözü) is “Senex psittacus negligit ferúlam;” the Greeks said, “Nekron iatreuein kai geronta nouthetein tauton esti;” the Germans say, “Ein alter hund ist nicht gut kundigen ”
A group of four cards played one after the other, one by each player A partnership needs to take a certain number of tricks to make its contract
trick cyclist
A psychiatrist

I want to, and my trick-cyclist says it might help. Kill or cure..

trick cyclists
plural form of trick cyclist
trick of the trade
A shortcut or other quick, or very effective way of doing things, that professional workers learn from experience

Most customers won't notice this trick of the trade, since the part is not sat upon.

trick out
To dress or decorate in an especially fancy, elaborate, or excessive manner

That stare was as if he saw her—a doll tricked out in garments labelled soul, spirit, rights, responsibilities, dignity, freedom—all so many words.

trick out
To mod or customize an object, typically for the purposes of personalization and enhancing performance capabilities such as the ability to perform stunts

Tricking out cars, trucks, and SUVs with the likes of body kits, engine boosters, custom colors, and wheels has become a $30 billion a year business.

trick shot
An unconventional shot of the balls to show off or pot an otherwise impossible ball
trick shots
plural form of trick shot
trick-or-treater
A child dressed in a costume on Halloween

Those darn trick-or-treaters egged my car.

trick-or-treating
Present participle of trick-or-treat
trick-or-treating
Going from door to door getting candy on Halloween night
trick or treat
Engage in the practice of asking for treats on Halloween and threatening to play tricks on those who refuse
trick or treat
To engage in the practice of asking for treats on Halloween and threatening to play tricks on those who refuse
trick-or-treat
Children's custom of calling at houses at Halloween with the threat of pranks if they are not given a small gift
trick-or-treat
A children's custom of calling at houses at Halloween with the threat of pranks if they are not given a small gift
trick him out of his money
cheat him out of his money, deceive him and take his money
trick of the imagination
illusion, delusion created by the imagination
trick or treat
a request by children on Halloween; they pass from door to door asking for goodies and threatening to play tricks on those who refuse
trick or treat
Trick or treat is an activity in which children knock on the doors of houses at Halloween and shout `trick or treat'. If the person who answers the door does not give the children a treat, such as sweets or candy, they play a trick on him or her. Used as a greeting by children when trick-or-treating
trick question
If someone asks you a trick question, they ask you a question which is very difficult to answer, for example because there is a hidden difficulty or because the answer that seems obvious is not the correct one
trick-or-treat
{f} (on Halloween) go from door-to-door dressed in a costume and ask for candy and threaten to play tricks if they are not given treats, take part in trick-or-treating
trick-or-treater
{i} (on Halloween) child dressed in a costume going from door-to-door and asking for candy
trick-or-treating
{i} Halloweening, act of dressing up in costumes on Halloween and going from door-to-door collecting candy
Gordie Howe hat trick
An achievement of a goal, and assist, and participation in a fight, within one game
Jedi mind trick
Any set of verbal routines intended to influence people, usually without their knowledge
dirty trick
Unethical or illegal tactics used against an opponent
dirty trick
An unkind trick
do the trick
To work; to be successful; to solve a problem

If you're trying to keep the curtains gathered at the sides of the window, a bit of decorative ribbon should do the trick nicely.

every trick in the book
All possible knowledge of a subject matter

He was always one step ahead of me, as he seems to know every trick in the book.

every trick in the book
All possible means, both honest and dishonest

The solicitor tried every trick in the book to get me to sign the contract, but I wasn't having any of it!.

hat trick
Three goals scored by one player in a game, usually followed by a shower of hats onto the ice

After Jones' hat trick, the attendents had to pick up about 75 hats from the ice.

hat trick
Three achievements in a single game, or similar, such as three consecutive wins

The car salesman came home with front-row seats after turning a hat trick at work.

hat trick
Striking out three times in one game

Jones got a hat trick yesterday. Let's see if he can do something today.

hat trick
Three wickets taken by a bowler in three consecutive balls
hat-trick
Alternative spelling of hat trick
know every trick in the book
to know all that is known about a certain discipline
magic trick
A remarkable act carried out purportedly by magical means but actually by trickery or illusion, generally as a form of entertainment
miss a trick
Used in negative (usually) to say that a person is alert and always able to take advantage of any situation

John managed to make a profit on that old car you sold him. He never misses a trick, does he?.

one trick pony
Alternative spelling of one-trick pony
one-trick pony
A person or group noteworthy for only a single achievement, skill, or characteristic
one-trick pony
A performing animal (especially a pony) that knows only one trick
tricker
one who is a practical joker; a prankster
turn a trick
To perform a sexual service for a customer

City prostitutes say laws governing the sex trade are putting them in danger every time they turn a trick.

have a trick up one's sleeve
(Ev ile ilgili) Hide something from someone, have a fall-back plan
pull a trick on someone
Deceive someone
tricker
{n} one who tricks or cheats
tricker
{n} the catch of a wheel or gun
tricking
{n} a cheating, dress, ornament, finery
every trick in the book
(deyim) Every possible way

I've tried every trick in the book to seduce him and still no luck!.

odd trick
(Oyunlar) Each trick in excess of six won by declarer's side at bridge
one-trick pony
A one-trick pony is someone who does one thing well, but has limited skills in other areas
one-trick pony
A person or thing with only one special feature, talent, or area of expertise
a trick
ruse
card trick
a trick performed with playing cards
con trick
a confidence trick
confidence trick
A confidence trick is a trick in which someone deceives you by telling you something that is not true, often to trick you out of money. a dishonest trick played on someone in order to get their money = con trickster
confidence trick
bunco: a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property
conjuring trick
A conjuring trick is a trick in which something is made to appear or disappear as if by magic
dirty trick
contemptible or nasty prank; dishonest behavior; plan which is designed with mean intentions
dirty trick
You describe the actions of an organization or political group as dirty tricks when you think they are using illegal methods to harm the reputation or effectiveness of their rivals. He claimed he was the victim of a dirty tricks campaign
dirty trick
an unkind or aggressive trick
do the trick
bring the desired results
dog trick
(British slang) act of betrayal, treason
hat trick
The feat of scoring three or more goals in a game
hat trick
Three goals scored by the same player in a single match
hat trick
Slang for hitting three bulls in one turn
hat trick
Three goals scored by one player in a single game
hat trick
Getting three batters "out" in three successive pitches so called because in the 17th century, a pitcher/bowler who accomplished the feat was rewarded by an immediate bonus, collected by passing a hat among gathered spectators
hat trick
The scoring of three or more goals by a player in one game
hat trick
When a player scores three goals in a game
hat trick
scored by a player in one game
hat trick
Three goals scored by the same player in a single match Originated in cricket where a player was awarded a new hat for taking three wickets with three balls
hat trick
Scoring three goals in one game by a single player Fans typically throw hats on the ice in appreciation A Natural Hat Trick is scoring three goals in a row without intervening goals by any other player
hat trick
3 or more goals scored in a game by a single player
hat trick
three goals in a single game by a single player; if a player scores three consecutive goals in a game it is called a natural hat trick
hat trick
The scoring of three or more goals by a player in one game A natural hat trick is when the same player scores three consecutive goals
hat trick
a three in a row success
hat trick
a series of three successes, especially in sports such as football when the same person scores three times
hat trick
(Sports) series of three successive wins; three goals scored by the same player in one game (Soccer; Ice hockey); three wickets taken by a one player in three successive balls (Cricket)
hat trick
(sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc
hat trick
3 goals by a single player in a game
hat trick
Three deals written on the same day
hat trick
Three goals scored by a player in a game
hat trick
(sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc )
hat trick
Three goals by a single player in one game
hat-trick
A hat-trick is a series of three achievements, especially in a sports event, for example three goals scored by the same person in a football game
magic trick
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
magic trick
trick which is meant to convince its audience that it has been done by means of magic, conjuring trick, illusion
nasty trick
mean prank
natural hat trick
A hat trick in which three goals are scored in succession by one player in one game
played a dirty trick on him
did something really awful to him
played a trick on him
tricked him, fooled him
tricked
past of trick
tricker
{i} cheater, one who performs tricks, one who tricks
tricker
One who tricks; a trickster
tricker
A trigger
tricker
someone who plays practical jokes on others
tricking
Dress; ornament
tricking
present participle of trick
tricking
Given to tricks; tricky
tricks
plural of trick
turn a trick
have a customer, of a prostitute
trick
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