silly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
aptal

Sevgililer Günü'nde çikolata göndermek, Hristiyan olmayanlar için aptalca bir başlangıç. - It is a silly practice for non-Christians to send chocolates on St. Valentine's Day.

Ebeveynlerinin görüşü onun kazandıklarını aptal bir kıza harcamasıydı. - His parents' view was that he was wasting his earnings on a silly girl.

aptalca

O, sık sık aptalca sorular sorar. - He often asks silly questions.

Size böyle aptalca bir soru sorduğum için utanıyorum. - I'm ashamed to ask you such a silly question.

{i} sersem
{i} şapşal
budalaca
dümbelek
hırt
rabıtasız
absürd
budalalık etmek
saloz
saçma sapan
saçmalayan kimse
budala
gülünç
ahmakça

O sık sık ahmakça sorular sorar. - She often asks silly questions.

saçma

Saçmalama, onu yapamam. - Don't be silly. I can't do it.

Şapkan saçma görünüyor. - Your hat looks silly.

ahmak

O sık sık ahmakça sorular sorar. - She often asks silly questions.

akılsız
saçmalık
{s} bön
aptalca/aptal
sersemlik kabilinden
{s} salakça
{s} zevzek
{i} salak

Sen şimdi bir film yıldızı mısın? Hayır, salak. - Are you a movie star now? No, silly.

sillinessahmaklık
divane
sillilyahmakça
silly about
budala
silly behaviour
zevzeklik
silly billy
aptal billy
silly string
Sprey şeklinde püskürtülen, havayla temas edince polimerleşen, sıvı plastikten yapılmış esnek ve parlak renkli iplikler şeklinde oyuncak
silly stuff
aptalca şeyler
silly to
için aptal
be bored silly
Sıkıntıdan patlamak
silliness
{i} aptallık
silly putty
oyun hamuru
as silly as
kadar aptal
silliness
budalalık
silliness
ahmaklık
as silly as
gibi aptal
be silly
saçmalamak

Don't be silly!.

silliest
en saçma
silliest
en şapşal
silliest
en aptal

Bu şimdiye kadar duyduğum en aptalca şey. - That's the silliest thing I've ever heard.

silliest
en budala
become silly
cıvımak
bore somebody silly
içini baymak
sillily
aptalca
silliness
{i} abeslik
silliness
{i} sersemlik
silliness
{i} salaklık
silliness
{i} saçmalık
silliness
{i} zevzeklik
silliness
delişmenlik
İngilizce - İngilizce
Pitiable; deserving of compassion; helpless

A silly man, in simple weedes forworne, / And soild with dust of the long dried way; / His sandales were with toilesome trauell torne, / And face all tand with scorching sunny ray .

Simple, unsophisticated, ordinary; rustic, ignorant

For, if we justly call each silly man / A little island, What shall we call thee than?.

semiconscious, witless

The impact of the ball knocked him silly.

simple, not intelligent, refined

John was prosperous and his helpless, silly father could be of no use to him.

playful, giggly

The newlyweds called each other silly little nicknames.

foolish, showing a lack of good sense and wisdom; frivolous, trifling

I made a very silly mistake.

of a fielding position, very close to the batsman; closer than short
irresponsible, showing irresponsible behaviors

What a silly kid, he's always getting in trouble.

a word used for misbehaving children; "don't be a silly
{a} simple, weak, witless, foolish, harmless
half-conscious
dazed from or as if from repeated blows; "knocked silly by the impact"; "slaphappy with exhaustion"
lacking seriousness; given to frivolity; "a dizzy blonde"; "light-headed teenagers"; "silly giggles"
inspiring scornful pity; "how silly an ardent and unsuccessful wooer can be especially if he is getting on in years"- Dashiell Hammett
Weak; helpless; frail
{s} stupid, foolish; nonsensical, frivolous; trivial; shocked, stunned, dazed (Informal)
pungent adjectives of disesteem; "gave me a cockamamie reason for not going"; "wore a goofy hat"; "a silly idea"; "some wacky plan for selling more books"
Happy; fortunate; blessed
a word used for misbehaving children; "don't be a silly"
{i} stupid person, foolish person; word used for children who behave improperly
Proceeding from want of understanding or common judgment; characterized by weakness or folly; unwise; absurd; stupid; as, silly conduct; a silly question
foolish, showing a lack of good sense and wisdom
Weak in intellect; destitute of ordinary strength of mind; foolish; witless; simple; as, a silly woman
until the point of distraction
If you say that someone or something is silly, you mean that they are foolish, childish, or ridiculous. My best friend tells me that I am silly to be upset about this That's a silly question. used to tell someone that you think they are not behaving sensibly
Rustic; plain; simple; humble
Harmless; innocent; inoffensive
inane
sely
daft
goofball
goofy
Silly Billy
An epithet used in mild teasing for a silly person, or one who has just done something of an foolish nature
silly billy
Alternative spelling of Silly Billy. (a silly or foolish person)
silly goose
Silly person, usually referring to female
silly mid off
a fielding position, on the off side, forward of the batsman's wicket, and very near the batsman; a fielder in this position
silly mid on
a fielding position, on the leg side, forward of the batsman's wicket, and very near the batsman; a fielder in this position
silly money
A ridiculously large (or, less commonly, small) sum of money

Standard prices range from about 180€ - 500€ per night (unless you're looking to spend really silly money).

silly pill
A hypothetical pill that makes those who take it silly

You're all wound up today! Who gave you the silly pill?.

silly pills
plural form of silly pill
silly point
A fielding position, on the off side, square of the batsman's wicket, and very near the batsman; a fielder in this position
silly season
A period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories

The Brits call it the silly season. In Germany the media call it the Sommerloch, literally the summer hole. What they are referring to is the fact that when politicians and businesspeople close up shop and go away for the major European summer holidays, the number of serious news stories tends to diminish—meaning desperate hacks need to find something else to fill the hole.

silly season
A period of time, as during a holiday season or a political campaign, in which the behavior of an individual or group tends to become uncharacteristically frivolous, mirthful, or eccentric

Over time, the silly season in Catholic liturgy that peaked in the 1970s—clown masses (with the priest vested as Bozo or somesuch), free-for-all prayers that ignored the prescribed rite, dreadful pop music, inept liturgical dance, a general lack of decorum—began to recede.

silly straw
A drinking straw with a fixed, amusing shape that includes loops

Turanga Morris: Ah, right. Here's a silly straw.

silly straws
plural form of silly straw
silly string
Colored foam that streams out of a spray can, as a party favor
silly-how
The caul which sometimes envelopes the top of a child's head after birth

Great conceits are raised of the involution or meembranous covering, commonly called the silly-how, that sometimes is found about the heads of children upon their birth, and is therefore preserved with great care .

silly putty
Silly Putty (originally called nutty putty, and also known as Potty Putty) is a silicone plastic, marketed today as a toy for children, but originally created as a fortuitous accident during the course of research into potential rubber substitutes for use by the United States during World War II
silly string
Silly String is a child's toy, generically known as aerosol string: a flexible, usually brightly-colored plastic string, which is shot as a stream of liquid from an aerosol can. The string sets quickly in mid-air, allowing one to shoot a continuous strand of it. Silly String is popular for usage during weddings, birthday parties, school carnivals and other festive occasions
silly as a snake
very stupid, idiotic
silly ass
fool, dunce, stupid one, ass-hole
silly billy
silly billies used to tell someone, especially a child, that they are behaving in a silly way
silly old fool
foolish old person, silly old person
silly question
stupid question, dumb question
silly season
period of time during which there is no exciting news; decrease in the amount of activity (often in the summer)
silly season
The silly season is the time around August when the newspapers are full of unimportant or silly news stories because there is not much political news to report. the silly season a period in the summer when newspapers print stories that are not very serious because there is not much political news
silly season
a time usually late summer characterized by exaggerated news stories about frivolous matters for want of real news
silly smile
smile with a stupid expression
play silly buggers
To act in a stupid or reckless manner
silliness
An act that is silly; a result of being silly
silly.
anserous
sillily
{a} simply, foolishly, ridiculously, idly
silliness
{n} simpleness, weakness, harmless folly
sillily
foolishly, in a silly manner, stupidly; ridiculously, absurdly
sillily
In a silly manner; foolishly
silliness
a ludicrous folly; "the crowd laughed at the absurdity of the clown's behavior"
silliness
an impulsive scatterbrained manner
silliness
The quality or state of being silly
silliness
That which is perceived as silly or frivolous
silliness
{i} stupidity, foolishness; quality of being nonsensical, frivolousness
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