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İngilizce - Türkçe

Tom'un amcası çok sayıda koyun besliyor. - Tom's uncle keeps a lot of sheep.

Yeni Zelanda, koyunların ve ineklerin bir ülkesidir. - New Zealand is a country of sheep and cows.

{i} (çoğ. sheep) koyun
(The sheep) Koyunlar
koyun gibiezik kimse
{i} süklüm püklüm tip
{i} koyun gibi tip
{i} ezik kimse

O, kuzu postuna bürünmüş kurt. - He's a wolf in sheep's clothing.

Kuzular bebek koyundurlar. - Lambs are baby sheep.

küçükbaş hayvan
sheep and goats
sheep breeding
sheep fleece
Bir koyundan bir kırkımda elde edilen yapağının tamamı, gömlek
sheep sorrel
sheep's eyes
baygın bakışlar
sheep’s brain salad
(Gıda) beyin salatası
sheep’s head
(Gıda) kelle
sheep bell
koyun zili
sheep dog
çoban köpeği

Bir çoban köpeği sürüyü çayıra götürür. - A sheep dog drives the flock to the pasture.

sheep run
koyun çifliği
sheep shearing
koyun kırpımı
sheep walk
koyun otlağı
sheep's wool
koyun yünü
koyun kırkıcısı
sheep breeding
koyun yetiştiriciliği
sheep pen
sheep rearing
koyun yetiştirme
sheep station
Büyük koyun çiftliği
sheep trotter and head soup
kelle paça çorbası
koyun yetiştiren
sheep & goat farming
(Çiftçilik) küçükbaş hayvancılık
sheep and goat farming
(Çiftçilik) küçükbaş hayvancılık
sheep dip
koyun parazit ilacı
sheep dip
koyunların ilaçlandığı havuz
sheep fat
koyun yağı
sheep fold
sheep foot roller
keçi ayağı silindir
sheep industry
koyun endüstrisi
sheep liver fluke
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) koyun karaciğer kelebeği
sheep milking
(Çiftçilik) koyun sağma
sheep milking equipment
(Çiftçilik) koyun sağma ekipmanı
sheep milking stands
(Çiftçilik) koyun sağma durakları
sheep milking stands
(Çiftçilik) koyun sağım durakları
sheep off
(Askeri) demir alıp kalkmak
sheep off
(Askeri) alargaya çıkarmak
sheep run
koyun otlağı
sheep run
sheep shank
(Askeri) margarita bağı
sheep shearing machine
(Tarım) koyun kırpma makinesi
sheep tapeworm
koyun şeridi
sheep/sheep's sorrel
bot. kuzukulağı
sheep’s head and foot soup
(Gıda) kelle-paça çorbası
shear a sheep
koyun kırpmak
black sheep
(Ev ile ilgili) grubun istenilmeyen üyesi
flock of sheep or goats
mountain sheep
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yaban koyunu
sheep sorrel
sheep's sorrel
bighorn sheep
kanada koyunu
black sheep
kara koyun
black sheep
flock of sheep
koyun sürüsü
milk sheep
süt koyunu
mountain sheep
dağ koyunu
musk sheep
misk koyunu
the sheep and the goats
iyiler ve kötüler
white sheep
beyaz koyun
wild sheep
yabani koyun
a black sheep
siyah bir koyun
a wolf in sheep's clothing
koyun postuna bürünmüş kurt
black sheep
yüz karası

Her toplulukta bir yüz karası vardır. - There's a black sheep in every flock.

Ben ailenin yüz karasıyım. - I'm the black sheep of the family.

black sheep of the family
(deyim) Ailenin yüz karası
count sheep
koyun saymak
count sheep
Uykuya dalabilmek için zihninde 'koyun saymak'
female sheep
dışı koyun
grilled sheep's intestines
Kokoreç, pencevüş kebabı
lost sheep
kayıp koyun
second best wool from merino sheep
merinos koyun ikinci en iyi yün
the sheep
woman who tends and guards sheep
eğilimindedir ve koyun nöbetçiler kadın
black sheep
utanç kaynağı kimse
black sheep
ailenin yüzkarası
curly fleeced sheep
farm sheep
koyun yetiştirmek
grilled sheep's intestines
herd sheep
koyun gütmek
herding (sheep/goat)
(Çiftçilik) otlatma (koyun/keçi)
herding (sheep/goat)
(Çiftçilik) gütme(koyun/keçi)
mating of sheep
koç katımı
mixed sheep feeds
(Çiftçilik,Tarım) koyun karma yemleri
mountain sheep
kanada koyunu
raise sheep
koyun yetiştirmek
rear sheep
koyun yetiştirmek
sacrifice a sheep
koyun kurban etmek
semi fat sheep
(Tarım) yarım yağlı koyun
slaughter a sheep
koyun kesmek
suffolk sheep
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) suffolk koyunu
wolf in sheep's clothing
kuzu postunda kurt
İngilizce - İngilizce
A woolly ruminant of the genus Ovis. Male: ram (intact), wether (castrated). Female: ewe. Young: lamb. Carnal: lamb (youth), mutton (adult)
A timid, shy person who is easily led by others
plural form of shoop
{n} a genus of useful animals, a dolt
A weak, bashful, silly fellow
woolly usually horned ruminant mammal related to the goat a docile and vulnerable person who would rather follow than make an independent decision; "his students followed him like sheep"
The people of God, as being under the government and protection of Christ, the great Shepherd
a timid defenseless simpleton who is readily preyed upon
are of different varieties Probably the flocks of Abraham and Isaac were of the wild species found still in the mountain regions of Persia and Kurdistan After the Exodus, and as a result of intercourse with surrounding nations, other species were no doubt introduced into the herds of the people of Israel They are frequently mentioned in Scripture The care of a shepherd over his flock is referred to as illustrating God's care over his people (Ps 23: 1, 2; 74: 1; 77: 20; Isa 40: 11; 53: 6; John 10: 1-5, 7-16)
A sheep is a farm animal which is covered with thick curly hair called wool. Sheep are kept for their wool or for their meat. grassland on which a flock of sheep were grazing
{i} variety of cud-chewing animal related to the goat (raised for wool, meat or skin); skin of a sheep; docile and submissive person
disapproval If you say that a group of people are like sheep, you disapprove of them because if one person does something, all the others copy that person. see also black sheep. Ruminants (bovid genus Ovis) that have scent glands in the face and hind feet. Horns, if present, are more divergent than those of goats. Species range from 80 to 400 lb (35 to 180 kg). The coat of wild species consists of outer hair underlain by wool. Sheep graze in flocks, preferably on short, fine grasses and legumes. They have been domesticated from at least 5000 BC in the Middle East, Europe, and Central Asia. Most domesticated breeds produce fine wool; the few that produce only hair or coarse or long wool are generally raised for meat. The flesh of mature sheep is called mutton; that of immature sheep is called lamb. mountain sheep Black Sheep sheep laurel
Any one of several species of ruminants of the genus Ovis, native of the higher mountains of both hemispheres, but most numerous in Asia
the tanned skin of a sheep used for binding, a soft almost grainless leather which can be coloured but which is not a hard wearing material
a docile and vulnerable person who would rather follow than make an independent decision; "his students followed him like sheep"
People who take awards and polls seriously, rather than be insulted by them How else can one describe someone who only likes something if it is popular?
woolly usually horned ruminant mammal related to the goat
Name given to a subject in a psi test who believes in psi; see also Goat, Sheep-Goat Effect
A woolly ruminant of the genus Ovis. Male: ram (intact), wether (castrated). Female: ewe. Young: lamb. Carnal: lamb, mutton
Originally valued for their meat, sheep were domesticated around 9000 BC in the Middle East, and originated with the moufflon in the Near East, the urial in Neolithic Europe, and the argali in Central Asia Soay sheep are similar to early breeds Im 1745, the agriculturalist Robert Bakewell produced the Leicester breed which had twice the amount of meat as earlier breeds See Sheep farming
sheep louse
Parasitic insect on sheep
sheep polyphore
An edible mushroom (Albatrellus ovinius)
sheep's eye
A secretive, pining look, or humble doting glance
sheep's eyes
plural form of sheep's eye
The practice within the intelligence community of assigning to agents non-intelligence or military jobs in order to disguise their source agency
Bigger area for pasturing of sheep
sheep shear
Cheating, swindling
sheep shear
The time or occasion of the festival (now rarely held) celebrating this
sheep shear
The action or practice of shearing sheep
sheep shear
Shear a sheep
sheep shear
Cheat or swindle (a person)
sheep shears
Shears for sheep-shearing
A cheater, a swindler
A person who or machine which shears sheep
sheep bell
a bell hung round the neck of a sheep so that the sheep can be easily located
sheep botfly
larvae are parasitic on sheep
sheep dip
a liquid mixture containing pesticides in which sheep are dipped to kill parasites
sheep dog
type of dog that helps guard sheep
sheep fescue
cultivated for sheep pasturage in upland regions or used as a lawn grass
sheep frog
mostly of Central America
sheep ked
wingless fly that is an external parasite on sheep and cattle
sheep laurel
An eastern North American evergreen shrub (Kalmia angustifolia) having flowers with rose-pink or crimson bell-shaped corollas, and poisonous leaves. Also called lambkill. or lambkill Open upright woody shrub (Kalmia angustifolia) of the heath family. Growing 1-4 ft (0.3-1.2 m) high, it has glossy, leathery, evergreen leaves and showy pink to rose flowers. Like other Kalmia species (including mountain laurel) and other members of the heath family, it contains a poison (andromedotoxin). In northwestern North America, where these plants occur, livestock (especially sheep) that graze on nonfertile soils of abandoned pastures and meadows may ingest enough of the plant to become poisoned, potentially fatally
sheep laurel
North American dwarf shrub resembling mountain laurel but having narrower leaves and small red flowers; poisonous to young stock
sheep plant
perennial prostrate mat-forming herb with hoary woolly foliage
sheep sorrel
small plant having pleasantly acid-tasting arrow-shaped leaves; common in dry places
sheep tick
A wingless louselike fly (Melophagus ovinus) that is parasitic to sheep, causing skin irritations that result in loss of wool. Also called sheep ked
sheep without a shepherd
someone without a leader
sheep's eyes
Shyly amorous glances
a chemical used to kill insects that live in sheep's wool, or a special bath in which this chemical is used
sheep-milk cheese
cheese that is made from the milk of sheep or goats, Bulgarian cheese, salty cheese
a small area of ground with a fence around it, used for keeping sheep together for a short time
sheep-shearing festival
celebration of trimming the wool from sheep
parasitic on sheep and cattle as well as humans; can transmit looping ill in sheep (acute viral disease of the nervous system); a vector for Lyme disease spirochete
shear a sheep
remove wool from a sheep
Barbary sheep
A wild North African caprid (not a true sheep), Ammotragus lervia
bighorn sheep
A North American endangered species of wild sheep, Ovis canadensis
Attributive form of bighorn sheep, noun
black sheep
a disliked person; one who is disfavored

He always was the black sheep in the family, as an artist among doctors and lawyers.

black sheep
a nonconformist; an unusual or unconventional person
count sheep
To attempt to go to sleep by thinking of something boring, traditionally by counting imaginary sheep
domestic sheep
Ovis aries, domesticated sheep kept as livestock
lost sheep
A disadvantaged or marginalized person who can be "brought back into the fold" with a little effort
snow sheep
Ovis nivicola, a species of sheep, which comes from the mountainous areas in the northeast of Siberia
thinhorn sheep
Ovis dalli, a species of sheep native to northwestern North America, ranging from white to slate brown in color and having curved yellowish brown horns
white sheep
a conformist; an unusual or conventional person
white sheep
a disliked person; one who is disfavored

I was the white sheep of the family, the straight man.

wolf in sheep's clothing
Something harmful or problematic disguised as something peaceful or pleasant
A sheep
A sheep
A sheep
Baa,Black Sheep Baa
a nursery rhyme (=old song or poem for young children) The rhyme goes: Baa, Baa, Black Sheep,/ Have you any wool?/Yes, sir, yes, sir/ Three bags full./ One for the master,/ One for the dame,/ and one for the little boy/ who lives down the lane
Belgian sheep dog
type of dog used for herding sheep
Dall sheep
A stocky wild sheep (Ovis dalli) of the mountainous regions of northwest North America, ranging from white to nearly black and having curved yellowish horns
Dolly the sheep
a sheep who was cloned by British scientists in 1997. They took a cell from her body and then developed it artificially so that it became a new sheep that was an exact copy of her
The Sixteenth Sheep
name of a popular musical recording of songs and poems for children
bighorn sheep
a wild sheep with long curved horns that lives in the mountains of western North America
black sheep
a reckless and unprincipled reprobate
black sheep
disapproval If you describe someone as the black sheep of their family or of a group that they are a member of, you mean that they are considered bad or worthless by other people in that family or group. someone who is regarded by other members of their family or group as a failure or embarrassment
black sheep
person regarded as not respectable by his family or group
black sheep
sheep with a black coat
blue sheep
{i} bharal, wild sheep with a blue-gray coat and horns that curve backwards (native to the Himalayas and western China)
counted sheep
did an activity to help him fall asleep
dall sheep
large white wild sheep of northwestern Canada and Alaska
domestic sheep
any of various breeds raised for wool or edible meat or skin
flock of sheep
herd of sheep, group of sheep that live and graze together
follow like sheep
follow after (someone or something) in an unquestioning manner
make sheep's eyes at
look at someone in a very loving manner, make "goo-goo" eyes at someone
marco polo sheep
Asiatic wild sheep with exceptionally large horns; sometimes considered a variety of the argali (or Ovis ammon)
merino sheep
type of sheep that grows a great amount of high-quality wool
mountain sheep
any wild sheep inhabiting mountainous regions
separate the sheep from the goats
differentiate between good and bad
vegetable sheep
cushion-forming New Zealand herb having leaves densely covered with tawny hairs
wild sheep
undomesticated sheep
wolf in sheep's clothing
{i} hypocrite, someone who pretends to be something that they are not
Türkçe - İngilizce

sheep teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

sheep's sorrel
sheep sorrel

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir



    /ˈsʜēp/ /ˈʃiːp/


    [ shEp ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English scēap, from Proto-Germanic *skæpom (compare West Frisian skiep, Dutch schaap, German Schaf), from *kæppi (compare Old Norse kjappi 'he-goat', German dialect Kippe 'newborn calf'), ultimately from Sarmato-Scythian (compare Persian čapiš 'yearling goat', Ossetian cæw 'goat'); akin to Albanian c(j)ap, sqap 'he-goat', Old Church Slavonic kapŭ.

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    sheep sorrel


    ... the large on the leading plane seem desolate with only herds of sheep ...
    ... ln terms of animals, we're talking about cattle, pigs, sheep, and goats. ...

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