scarlet

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kırmızı
{s} namussuz
{s} al
lal

Lal, meyve mi yoksa renk mi? - Is scarlet a fruit or a color?

(Tıp) skarlet
i., s. al, kırmızı
{s} iffetsiz
(isim) kırmızı
{s} kıpkırmızı
kızıl

Birkaç yüzyıl önce kızıl hastalığı salgını kıtanın her yanında binlerce insanı öldürdü. - Several hundred years ago, scarlet fever epidemics killed thousands of people throughout the continent.

embarrassed
mahcup

Onun söylediğine mahcup oldum. - I was embarrassed by what she said.

Tom kesinlikle mahcup oldu. - Tom certainly was embarrassed.

scarlet woman
yosma
scarlet fever
kızıl

Birkaç yüzyıl önce kızıl hastalığı salgını kıtanın her yanında binlerce insanı öldürdü. - Several hundred years ago, scarlet fever epidemics killed thousands of people throughout the continent.

scarlet woman
orospu
scarlet emerald
kırmızı zümrüt
scarlet fever
kızıl hastalığı

scarlet fever, scarlatina.

Birkaç yüzyıl önce kızıl hastalığı salgını kıtanın her yanında binlerce insanı öldürdü. - Several hundred years ago, scarlet fever epidemics killed thousands of people throughout the continent.

scarlet.
kızıl
scarlet cloth
(Tekstil) ıskariat
scarlet fever
kızıl hastalığı [tıp.]
scarlet fever
tıb. kızıl
scarlet hat
{i} kardinallik makamı
scarlet hat
{i} kardinal şapkası
scarlet red
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scarlet runner
{i} İspanyol fasulyesi
scarlet runner
{i} çalı fasulyesi
scarlet woman
{i} kötü kadın
scarlet woman
{i} fahişe
embarrassed
{s} mahçup

O mahçup görünüyordu. - He seemed embarrassed.

Tom mahçup göründüğümü söyledi. - Tom said I looked embarrassed.

embarrassed
{s} utangaç

Utangaç erkek çocuğu onun varlığında tamamen sıkıldı. - The shy boy was utterly embarrassed in her presence.

Tom çok utangaç görünüyordu. - Tom looked very embarrassed.

embarrassed
utanmış

Tom biraz utanmış görünüyor. - Tom seems a little embarrassed.

Tom utanmış görünüyor. - Tom looks embarrassed.

bright scarlet colour
galibarda
embarrassed
{s} sıkılgan

Tom biraz sıkılgan görünüyor. - Tom is looking a little embarrassed.

Sıkılgan görünüyordun. - You looked embarrassed.

embarrassed
{s} eli darda
flame scarlet
(Tekstil) al
flush scarlet
kıpkırmızı olmak
flush scarlet
pancar gibi olmak
scarlet fever
kızıl humma
state scarlet
(Askeri) YILDIRIM DURUMU
turn scarlet
pancar gibi olmak
turn scarlet
kıpkırmızı olmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A female given name, a modern variant of Scarlett, or from the common noun scarlet

It's not just Ribbons either. It's - get ready for this - Scarlet Ribbons. From an old Harry Belafonte record my mom had when she was about ten or something. When she grew up she was going to have a little girl and call her Scarlet Ribbons.

Sinful or whorish

a scarlet woman.

Of a bright red colour
A bright red, slightly orange colour

scarlet colour:.

a scarlet-coloured cloth
sinful or whorish (a scarlet woman)
having any of numerous bright or strong colors reminiscent of the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
A deep bright red tinged with orange or yellow, of many tints and shades; a vivid or bright red color
embarrassed
a variable color that is vivid red but sometimes with an orange tinge
Of the color called scarlet; as, a scarlet cloth or thread
a village where the High Traders live
a bright red, slightly orange, colour
{i} bright red color; bright red clothing or fabric
{s} having a bright red coloring
orangish-red
Something that is scarlet is bright red. her scarlet lipstick
Cause a neighbors phone line to have poor reception
any of various bright reds Scarlet cloth
Cloth of a scarlet color
To dye or tinge with scarlet
Scarlet Day
A religiously or academically significant day; one on which festal academic dress should be worn
scarlet fever
A streptococcal infection, mainly occurring among children, and characterized by a red skin rash, sore throat and fever
scarlet fevers
plural form of scarlet fever
scarlet letter
a red letter A required to be worn by adulterers in 17th century Puritan New England
scarlet pimpernel
A flowering plant, Anagallis arvensis, of the Primulaceae family, having small orange flowers
scarlet woman
A woman who is known for behaving in an adulterous manner
scarlet woman
A woman believed to be an adulterer
scarlet women
plural form of scarlet woman
scarlet-collar
Of or pertaining to female entrepreneurs in the Internet sex industry

'Scarlet collar' workers are the feminists of the modern age, say psychologists, free from coercion and the dangers of the traditional, male dominated business..

scarlet fever
{n} a fever attended with a red skin and sore throat, vulgarly called canker rash
scarlet oak
{n} a tree, a species of the oak
scarlet emerald
Bixbite (also known as red beryl, red emerald, or scarlet emerald) is a red variety of beryl (emerald), Be3(Al,Mn)2(SiO3)6. It was named after the Utah mineral collector Maynard Bixby, and should not be confused with the similarly named bixbyite
scarlet bugler
plant with bright red tubular flowers in long narrow clusters near tips of erect stems; coastal ranges from central California southward
scarlet bush
handsome shrub with showy orange to scarlet or crimson flowers; Florida and West Indies to Mexico and Brazil
scarlet clematis
woody vine of Texas having showy solitary nodding scarlet flowers
scarlet fever
An infectious fever of children marked by a sore throat and a scarlet rash
scarlet fever
Scarlet fever is an infectious disease which gives you a painful throat, a high temperature, and red spots on your skin. An acute contagious disease caused by a hemolytic streptococcus, occurring predominantly among children and characterized by a scarlet skin eruption and high fever. Also called scarlatina. scar·la·ti·na a serious infectious illness that mainly affects children, causing a sore throat and red spots on your skin. or scarlatina Acute infectious disease caused by some types of streptococcus bacteria. Fever, sore throat, headache, and, in children, vomiting are followed in two to three days by a rash. The skin peels in about one-third of cases. After a coating disappears, the tongue is swollen, red, and bumpy (strawberry tongue). Glands are usually swollen. Complications frequently involve the sinuses, ears (sometimes with mastoiditis), and neck. Abscesses are common. Nephritis, arthritis, or rheumatic fever may occur later. Treatment involves penicillin, bed rest, and adequate fluid intake. Scarlet fever has become uncommon and much milder since the mid-20th century, independent of the use of antibiotics
scarlet fever
A disease that results from infection with a strain of Streptococcus pyogenes that carries a lysogenic phage with the gene for erythrogenic (rash-inducing) toxin The toxin causes shedding of the skin This is a communicable disease spread by respiratory droplets (See 905)
scarlet fever
Disease characterized by red rash
scarlet fever
disease characterized by a red rash and sore
scarlet fever
infectious childhood disease which is accompanied by a red spotting on the skin
scarlet fever
an acute communicable disease (usually in children) characterized by fever and a red rash
scarlet fritillary
western United States herb with scarlet and yellow narrow bell-shaped flowers
scarlet hat
{i} large rimmed crimson hat worn by a Roman Catholic cardinal during ceremonies, red hat
scarlet haw
common shrub or small tree of the eastern United States having few thorns and white flowers in corymbs followed by bright orange-red berries
scarlet letter
the letter A in red; Puritans required adulterers to wear it
scarlet lychnis
Eurasian garden perennial having scarlet flowers in dense terminal heads
scarlet musk flower
viscid branched perennial of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico having tuberous roots and deep red flowers
scarlet oak
medium-large deciduous tree with a thick trunk found in the eastern United States and southern Canada and having close-grained wood and deeply 7-lobed leaves turning scarlet in autumn
scarlet pimpernel
The pimpernel. the main character in the adventure story The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905) by Baroness Orczy. The "Scarlet Pimpernel" is the name used by Sir Percy Blakeney, an Englishman who uses many clever disguises (=ways of changing your clothes and appearance so that people do not recognize you) in order to help French people from a high social class to escape from France, and from the possibility of having their heads cut off by the guillotine during the French Revolution. There is a well-known short poem about him, which begins with the words "They seek him here, they seek him there...", and is about how difficult it is to find the Scarlet Pimpernel
scarlet pimpernel
herb with scarlet or white or purple blossoms that close at approach of rainy weather
scarlet plume
Mexican shrub often cultivated for its scarlet-bracted flowers
scarlet runner
A climbing tropical American bean plant (Phaseolus coccineus) having scarlet flowers and long pods with edible seeds
scarlet runner
long bean pods always sliced into half-inch lengths; a favorite in Britain hairy trailing or prostrate western Australian vine with bright scarlet-pink flowers tropical American high-climbing bean with red flowers and mottled black beans similar to Phaseolus vulgaris but perennial; a preferred food bean in Great Britain
scarlet runner
{i} climbing bean plant having scarlet flowers and long flat green pods that have edible red seeds
scarlet sage
A shrubby Brazilian plant (Salvia splendens) having showy scarlet flowers, red bracts, and opposite leaves
scarlet tanager
the male is bright red with black wings and tail
scarlet tanager
A New World bird (Piranga olivacea) the male of which has bright scarlet plumage with a black tail and wings
scarlet wisteria tree
soft-wooded tree with lax racemes of usually red or pink flowers; tropical Australia and Asia; naturalized in southern Florida and West Indies
scarlet woman
a woman who has sexual relationships with many different people
scarlet woman
{i} offensive term for a woman who is a prostitute or adulteress; sexually promiscuous woman (Archaic)
Scarlet fever
scarlatina
The Scarlet Letter
{i} novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne set in Puritan New England (published in 1850)
turn scarlet
blush, turn red from embarrassment
scarlet

    Heceleme

    scar·let

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    skärlıt

    Telaffuz

    /ˈskärlət/ /ˈskɑːrlət/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'skär-l&t ] (noun.) 13th century. Old French escarlate (“a type of cloth”) Medieval Latin scarlatum (“scarlet cloth”) Persian سقرلاط (saqirlāṭ, “a warm woollen cloth”).

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    scarlet fever

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