skunk

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kokarca

Bir kokarcayı vurmayı sakınmaktan caydım. - I swerved to avoid hitting a skunk.

Iy! Amcamın bodrumu kokarca gibi kokuyor! - Ew! My uncle's basement smells of skunk!

mars etmek
{i} k.dili. pis herif, ipe gelesi herif. f., k.dili. bir
{i} k.dili. yaramaz kimse: You're a little skunk! Seni gidi seni!
{f} yenmek
{i} aşağılık kimse
{i} alçak herif
{f} mahvetmek
skunk cabbage
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kokulu lahana
skunk works
skunk işleri
striped skunk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kokarca
hog nosed skunk
domuz burunlu kokarca
hognosed skunk
domuz burunlu kokarca
skunking
hile yapma
İngilizce - İngilizce
cribbage: A win by 30 or more points. (Double skunk > 60 points, triple skunk >90.)
A walkover victory in sports or board games, as when the opposing side is unable to score. Compare shutout
to go bad, to spoil
A skinhead who is also a punk
Any of various small mammals, of the family Mephitidae, native to North and Central America, having a glossy black with a white coat and two musk glands at the base of the tail for emitting a noxious smell as a defensive measure
A type of strong marijuana
A despicable person
To win by 30 or more points
{n} a quadruped remarkable for its smell
Any one of several species of American musteline carnivores of the genus Mephitis and allied genera
Skinhead+Punk = skunk
They have two glands near the anus, secreting an extremely fetid liquid, which the animal ejects at pleasure as a means of defense
A skunk is a small black and white animal which releases an unpleasant smelling liquid if it is frightened or attacked. Skunks live in America. Any of several black-and-white New World species in the carnivore family Mephitidae that eject an odoriferous liquid (as far as 12 ft [3.7 m]) when threatened. The liquid becomes a fine mist that causes tearing of the eyes and choking. Some scent-gland secretions are used in perfume. Species vary in colour pattern and size. Most are 18-37 in. (46-93 cm) long, including the bushy tail, and weigh 2-13 lb (1-6 kg); the two species of spotted skunk (genus Spilogale) are much smaller. Skunks eat rodents, insects, eggs, birds, and plants. The striped, or common, skunk (Mephitis mephitis) is a nocturnal feeder that occurs in most of North America. With its scent glands removed, it is sometimes kept as a pet. The common skunk is a major carrier of rabies, which is fatal to skunks. The seven species of hog-nosed skunk (genus Conepatus) have a long, bald snout. The hooded skunk (Mephitis macroura) has a neck ruff
cribbage: To win by 30 or more points
American musteline mammal typically ejecting an intensely malodorous fluid when startled; in some classifications put in a separate subfamily Mephitinae
a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly little pukes!"; "the British call a contemptible person a `git'"
{f} defeat, cause a downfall, bring about a defeat
To be beaten utterly and completely in a game An example in Buffy would be if your opponent gets to 10 Destiny before you get any - that is a Skunk "You let him walk all over you I'm sorry to say it, but you got skunked "
In games of chance and skill: To defeat (an opponent) (as in cards) so that he fails to gain a point, or (in checkers) to get a king
defeat by a lurch
{i} small North American mammal that has black fur and a white stripe down its back and sprays a foul-smelling musk when threatened; contemptible person, disreputable person; (British slang) marijuana
Any of several boldly patterned, nocturnal omnivores, noted for their pungent defense mechanism Represented in the North Country by the common Striped Skunk (Mephitis mephitis) From the Abnaki (Eastern Algonkin) segankw/segongw Jikaag in the Ojibwe
Reaching a score of 11 points before your opponent scores at all (11-0) The player with 0 points is eliminated from further play for that game
Aromatic & potent sinsemilla, usually cultivated from the Afghani variety of marijuana Very popular in Europe
street names for marijuana
a defeat in a game where one side fails to score
Skunk ape
a hominid creature allegedly inhabit the Southeastern United States
skunk cabbage
Lysichiton camtschatcense, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of eastern Asia
skunk cabbage
Lysichiton americanus, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of western North America
skunk cabbage
Symplocarpus foetidus, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of eastern North America
skunk works
A loosely organized research and development team or facility
skunk works
A specialized division, laboratory, etc., producing experimental designs or ideas for a larger company or institution
skunk cabbage
Any of three species of plants that grow in temperate bogs and meadows, emitting unpleasant odours as they grow. The eastern North American skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus, of the arum family) has large fleshy leaves, purple-brown spathes, and a skunklike odour. The western, or yellow, skunk cabbage (Lysichiton americanum), also an arum, bears a large yellow spathe and is found from California to Alaska and eastward to Montana. The third species, Veratrum californicum, is the poisonous corn lily, or false hellebore, of the lily family, which grows from New Mexico and Baja California northward to Washington State
skunk cabbage
clump-forming deciduous perennial swamp plant of western North America similar to Symplocarpus foetidus but having a yellow spathe deciduous perennial low-growing fetid swamp plant of eastern North America having minute flowers enclosed in a mottled greenish or purple cowl-shaped spathe
skunk works
industrial factories in the United States for producing very modern aircraft and developing classified projects for the American military
drunk as a skunk
Highly inebriated
skunk.
stink-cat
A skunk
wood pussy
The skunk
conepatl
The skunk
conepate
a skunk
polecat
drunk as a skunk
extremely drunk, "plastered", "wasted
hog-nosed skunk
large naked-muzzled skunk with white back and tail; of southwestern North America and Mexico
hooded skunk
of Mexico and southernmost parts of southwestern United States
skunked
past of skunk
skunked
{s} defeated, held to zero in a game; intoxicated by alcohol, drunk
skunking
present participle of skunk
skunks
third-person singular of skunk
skunks
plural of , skunk
spotted skunk
small skunk with a marbled black and white coat; of United States and Mexico
striped skunk
A North American skunk (Mephitis mephitis) commonly found from southern Canada to northern Mexico, having a pair of white stripes running from the top of the head to the tail
striped skunk
most common and widespread North American skunk
skunk

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    skʌngk

    Telaffuz

    /ˈskəɴɢk/ /ˈskʌŋk/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'sk&[ng]k ] (noun.) 1634. From earlier squunck, from Abenaki segonku (“he who squirts / urinates”), from Proto-Algonquian *šeka:kwa, from *šek- (“to urinate”) + *-a:kw (“fox”).

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