slough

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bataklık çayı
bataklı
çamurlaşmak
batak gibi koy
(Tıp) kangren
gölcük
karamsarlık
çamurluk
bataklık
kötü durum
(off ile) (yılan/vb.) deri değiştirmek
batak
{f} kabuk bağlamak
{i} ölü deri
düşürülen yara kabuğu
yılanın değişip atılan derisi
{i} su birikintisi
{i} üzüntü
{f} sıyrılmak
{i} değiştirilen deri
kabuk olarak dökülmek
deri değişmek slough off
bataklik
{f} deri değiştirmek
{i} umutsuzluk
(Tıp) Dökmek (Kabuk), soymak (deri)
{f} üzerinden atmak
{i} bataklık çayı/deresi
{i} gölet
atılmak çıkarılıp atılmak
{i} soyulan deri
yılan gömleği
slough away dökmek
{f} pul pul olmak
canlı dokudan ayrılan veya atılan ölü doku
{i} gömlek (yılan)
durgun
slough away
deri değiştirmek
slough off
deri değiştirmek
slew
{i} fazla miktar
slew
f., bak. slay
slew
i., k.dili. büyük miktar: She's got a slew of children. Onun bir sürü çocuğu var. We picked slews of loquats this year. Bu sene yığınlarla
slew
(Askeri) bir topu yana atmak
slew
bataklık
slough off
gidermek
sloughing
(Madencilik) çamurluk
sloughing
çamur
slew
{f} çevir
slew
(round/around ile) aniden kendi çevresinde dönmek
slew
{i} çevirme
slue
{f} çevir
slue
{i} çevirme
slue
bkz.slew
slew
katlet
slew
devretmek
slew
devir yaptırmak
slew
bataklık arazi
slew
döndürmek
slew
çok miktar
slew
dön/döndür
slew
(Askeri) KUNDAĞI YAMA ATMAK, BİR TOPU YANA ATMAK: Bir topu yana doğru döndürmek veya çevirmek
slew
{f} çevirmek
slew
sürü
slew
{f} dönmek
slew
{i} yığın
sloughed
deri değiştirmiş
sloughed
kabuk bağlamış
sloughing
deri değiştirme
sloughing
(Tıp) Kabuk oluşması, kabuklaşma
sloughing
(Tıp) Kabuğun iyileşen yaradan ayrılması, kabuğun düşmesi
slue
döndürmek
slue
büyük miktar
slue
devretmek
slue
çok miktar
slue
i., k.dili., bak. slew 2
slue
yanlamasına hareket etmek
slue
eksen etrafında döner gibi dolaşmak
slue
dön/döndür
slue
slue i
slue
{f} dönmek
slue
{f} çevirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A town in west London, close to Heathrow Airport
(Western North America) A secondary channel of a river delta, usually flushed by the tide

The Sacramento River Delta contains dozens of sloughs that are often used for water-skiing and fishing.

A state of depression

John is in a slough.

The skin shed by a snake or other reptile

That is the slough of a rattler; we must be careful.

Dead skin on a sore or ulcer

This is the slough that came off of his skin after the burn.

A muddy or marshy area
To shed (skin)

A week after he was burned, a layer of skin on his arm sloughed off.

(Eastern North America) A type of swamp or shallow lake system, typically formed as or by the backwater of a larger waterway, similar to a bayou with trees

We paddled under a canopy of trees through the slough.

{n} a deep miry place, the skin which a serpent casts off
A defensive strategy whereby a defensive player drops off the attacker he is marking to adopt a position where he can mark an offensive player who is attacking from a more dangerous position
The skin, commonly the cast-off skin, of a serpent or of some similar animal
Pronounced slew Sloughs contain areas of slightly deeper water and a slow current They can be thought of as the "broad, shallow rivers of the Everglades" (22)
of Slee, to slay
A secondary channel of a river delta, usually flushed by the tide
To cast off; to discard as refuse
a stagnant swamp (especially as part of a bayou)
An open water inlet from a larger body of water
{i} swamp, bog; hole or depression filled with mud; despair, dejected state
To form a slough; to separate in the form of dead matter from the living tissues; often used with off, or away; as, a sloughing ulcer; the dead tissues slough off slowly
Slough College of Higher Education, now part of Thames Valley University
When a defender drops off the offensive player to help guard the hole, usually looking ot steal the bad pass
The action taken by a defender when he moves away from his opponent to help defend in another area TOP
A swamp, bog, or marsh, especially one that is part of an inlet or backwater
When a plant sloughs its leaves, or an animal such as a snake sloughs its skin, the leaves or skin come off naturally. All reptiles have to slough their skin to grow = shed Slough off means the same as slough. Our bodies slough off dead cells. = shed. A municipal borough of southeast England, a residential and industrial suburb of London. Population: 103,454
The term for the viscous yellow layer which often covers the wound and is strongly adherent to it Its presence can be related to the end of the inflammatory stage of healing when dead cells have accumulated in the exudate
A marshland or estuary where fresh water meets the sea
A slow moving body of water usually with one end open to the main water body
necrotic tissue; a mortified or gangrenous part or mass
A small muddy marshland or tidal waterway which usually connects other tidal areas
(i) A swamp or shallow lake system in northern and midwestern USA (ii) A slowly flowly shallow swamp or marsh in southeastern USA
swampy area or backwaters
any outer covering that can be shed or cast off (such as the cast-off skin of a snake)
cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers; "out dog sheds every Spring"
Silt and organic debris that have slide down onto the trail
A stagnant swamp,marsh,bog,or pond (especially as a backwater)
A type of swamp or shallow lake system, typically formed as or by the backwater of a larger waterway, similar to a bayou with trees
a defensive strategy whereby a defensive player drops off the attacker being guarded to adopt a position to guard an offensive player who is attacking from a more dangerous situation
Slew
The dead mass separating from a foul sore; the dead part which separates from the living tissue in mortification
any outer covering that can be shed or cast off (such as the cast-off skin of a snake) a stagnant swamp (especially as part of a bayou) a hollow filled with mud
a hollow filled with mud
Slow
A wet place; a swale; a side channel or inlet from a river
A place of deep mud or mire; a hole full of mire
{f} shed dead skin or tissue; abandon, throw off, get rid of; come off
A swamp or shallow lake system with standing water
A defensive strategy whereby a defensive player drops off the attacker he is marking, to adopt a position where he can mark an offensive player who is attacking from a more dangerous situation
Slough of Despond
A state of despondency
Slough of Despond
a situation in which you are very unhappy and there seems to be no hope that things will improve. The expression comes from the name of a place in the book ThePilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
slough of despond
(formal) extreme depression
slough of despond
deep depression
slough off old prejudices
rid oneself of prejudice, get rid of previous opinions
slew
to move something (usually a railway line) sideways

The single line was slewed onto the disused up formation to make way for the future redoubling.

slew
To make a public mockery of someone through insult or wit
slew
To veer a vehicle
slew
A large number

She has a slew of papers and notebooks strewn all over her desk.

slew
To skid
slew
A device used for slaying
slew
To rotate or turn something about its axis
slew
Simple past of slay
slew
The act, or process of slaying
slew
To pivot
slew
To insert extra ticks or skip some ticks of a clock to slowly correct its time
slue
The act of sluing or the place to which something has slued
slue
To rotate on an axis; to pivot
slue
To turn something sharply
sluff
Alternative spelling of slough
sluff
Discard
slue
{v} to turn on an axis, to turn round
Slew
slow
slew
Slew is the past tense of slay
slew
A movement of the satellite to point from one target to another
slew
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
slew
turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
slew
A device used for slewing
slew
A change of position
slew
of Slay
slew
A wet place; a river inlet
slew
If a vehicle slews or is slewed across a road, it slides across it. The bus slewed sideways He slewed the car against the side of the building
slew
{f} slue; turn around, rotate, pivot; turn to the side, veer off to the side
slew
A slew of things is a large number of them. There have been a whole slew of shooting incidents. to turn or slide in a different direction suddenly and violently, or to make a vehicle do this slew around/sideways (Origin unknown). the past tense of slay
slew
DICTIONARY: TYPE=I*4 INSTRUMENT=ALL FILETYPE=OMS UNITS=NONE A discreet flag which indicates that the pointing control system is slewing the telescope while still tracking on guide stars A "1" indicates a slew manuever and "0" signifies stationary tracking Small slews (or "small angle maneuvers) are commanded during target acquisitions and peak-ups, spatial scans, POS TARG activity, real-time maneuvers, and moving target observations A special keyword will appear at the end of the header file when slewing has occurred during the observation window Because of the method of calculation, slewing during an observation will adversely affect the jitter statistics in the header and in the tables Update Rate (in seconds): TLMFORM Update Rate (sec) AN 10 0 FN,PN,H 1 0 CMJ/CMI: All flags are available in both the CMJ and CMI tables If the SLEWING flag is ON at any time during the 3-sec interval, it will appear as ON in the particular row in the CMI table
slew
To adjust gradually the time of a clock until it tells the correct time Compare with ``step''
slew
Simple past of the verb to slay
slew
In astronomy, to turn a telescope about a fixed point or axis
slew
portion of a move made at a constant, non-zero velocity
slew
To adjust gradually the time of a clock until it tells the correct time Compare with ``step''
slew
To make a public mockery of someone through insult or wit. (British slang)
slew
The act, or process of slewing
slew
{i} slough, marsh, bog, swamp; slue, act of turning or rotating
slew
rapid moving of telescope to new position
slew
{i} huge amount, large quantity (Slang)
slew
move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
sloughed
past of slough
sloughing
The act of casting off the skin or shell, as do insects and crustaceans; ecdysis
sloughing
present participle of slough
sloughing
the process whereby something is shed
sloughs
plural of , slough
sloughs
third-person singular of slough
slue
{f} slew; turn around, rotate, pivot; turn to the side, veer off to the side
slue
move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
slue
To turn about a fixed point, usually the center or axis, as a spar or piece of timber; to turn; used also of any heavy body
slue
turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
slue
A slough; a run or wet place
slue
{i} act of turning or rotating, slew
slue
To rotate something on an axis
slue
To slide off course; to skid
slue
See Sloough, 2
slue
See 2d Slough, 2
slue
In general, to turn about; to twist; often used reflexively and followed by round
slue
To turn about; to turn from the course; to slip or slide and turn from an expected or desired course; often followed by round
slues
plural of slue
sluff
{i} discard, throwing down of a card in a card game
Türkçe - İngilizce

slough teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

yılan gömleği/kavı slough, skin shed by
a snake
slough

    Heceleme

    Slough

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    slʌf

    Telaffuz

    /ˈsləf/ /ˈslʌf/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'slü, 'slau; in the US ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, akin to Middle High German slûch (“slough”) (whence Danish slug and German Schlauch (“tube, hose”)).

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    slough off

    Günün kelimesi

    lee