slug

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yumruklaşmak
(Avcılık) saçma
muşta
parça
kabuksuz sümüklüböcek
yumruk patlatmak
metal kübü
jeton
sert yumruk ya da darbe
(isim) sümüklüböcek, (zool.) Limax
(isim) Eskiden tüfeğe doldurulan kesme kurşun; anterlin; linotip makinasının döktüğü bir satır yazı; jeton; sahte jeton
(fiil) Yumruk veya sopa ile vurmak
sümüklü böcek

Üstlerine tuz dökülünce sümüklü böcekler ölür mü? - Do slugs die if you put salt on them?

(isim), (k. dili) Yumruk, muşta; bir yudum saf viski; öğretmenin dayak atması
{i} tembel

Son zamanlarda tembellik ediyorum. - I've been sluggish recently.

{i} mıymıntı

Tom bir gece kuşu ama sabahları çok mıymıntı. - Tom's a night owl, but he's very sluggish in the morning.

{f} sert vurmak
{i} kütle ölçüsü
{f} tembellik etmek
linotip makinasının döktüğü bir satır yazı
anterlin
yumrukla
{i} k.dili. (içkiden) yudum
parça,v.çok sert vur: n.sümüklü böcek
sümüklüböcek/kurşun/jeton
{i} işlenmemiş metal parçası
{i} sümüklüböcek

Sen kıllı bir sümüklüböceksin. - You're a slug with hair.

bir yudum saf visk
{i} kesme kurşun
eskiden tüfeğe doldurulan kesme kurşun
{i} sert vuruş
{i} bir yudum içki
(Nükleer Bilimler) yakıt çubuğu,gevşek pelet
{f} (birine) okkalı bir yumruk atmak/indirmek
{i} linotip baskı harf dizisi
{i} kurşun
{i} sert yumruk
{f} (beysbol topuna) kuvvetle vurmak. 3
(İnşaat) yüzücü tıpa
{f} sert yumruk atmak
yumruk
yumruk darbesi
harf dizisi
sahte jeton
slug on
çaba göstermek
slug 
çok sert vurmak
slug 
parça
slug 
sümüklü böcek
slug 
harf dizisi
slug flow
vanadan akış
slugger
{i} sert vuran oyuncu [beysb.]
slugger
sert vuran oyuncu
put the slug on so.
böylece sümüklü böcek koydu
sea slug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz tavşanı
slugger
boksör
fuel slug
(Nükleer Bilimler) yakıt yumruğu
slugger
yumruğu sert boksör
slugger
yumrukla vuran kimse
slugger
(Spor) sert oynayan oyuncu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A title, name or header
A black screen
A lazy person, a sluggard
A piece of type metal imprinted by a Linotype machine; also a black mark placed in the margin to indicate an error
A counterfeit coin, especially one used to steal from vending machines
the Imperial (English) unit of mass that accelerates by 1 foot per second squared (1 ft/s²) when a force of one pound-force (lbf) is exerted on it
A discrete quantity of one fluid that flows through the line surrounded by another
A shot of a drink, usually alcoholic
A bullet (projectile)
Any of many terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks, having no (or only rudimentary) shell
To drink quickly; to gulp
A stranger picked up as a passenger to enable legal use of high occupancy vehicle lanes
To down a shot
To hit very hard

The batter slugged the ball out of the park.

casual carpooling; forming ad hoc, informal carpools for purposes of commuting, essentially a variation of ride-share commuting and hitchhiking
An irregularly shaped piece of metal, used as a missile for a gun
{n} a sort of snail, slow lazy wretch, drone, ball
a projectile that is fired from a gun
A bullet
Any smooth, soft larva of a sawfly or moth which creeps like a mollusk; as, the pear slug; rose slug
A hindrance; an obstruction
An internal name for a story, usually just one word Elex might be the slug for a story on school elections
strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat; "He slugged me so hard that I passed out"
Any discharge of water, sewage or industrial waste which in concentration of any given constituent or in quantity of flow exceeds for any period of duration longer than 15 minutes more than five times the average 24-hour concentration or flows during normal operation
Character designed to show paragraph breaks
A ship that sails slowly
A slug is a bullet. Any species of gastropod that glides along on a broad tapered foot and has no shell or one that is merely an internal plate or a series of granules. Most slugs use the mantle cavity (see mollusk) as a lung. Slugs have a soft, slimy body and live in moist habitats on land (except for one freshwater species). All are hermaphroditic. In temperate regions, the common slugs eat fungi and decaying leaves. Some tropical species eat plants, and some European species eat other snails and earthworms. See also nudibranch
In composition, a one-piece line of type Also, a strip of metal, usually 6 points, used for spacing between lines
To move slowly; to lie idle
To make sluggish
A piece of typemetal imprinted by a Linotype machine; also a black mark placed in the margin to indicate an error
A "fuel element" for a nuclear reactor, a piece of fissionable material The slugs in large reactors consist of uranium metal coated with aluminum to prevent corrosion
To load with a slug or slugs; as, to slug a gun
A drone; a slow, lazy fellow; a sluggard
To strike heavily
A discrete quantity of one fluid that flows though the line surrounded by another
Scrap from a piercing operation
To become reduced in diameter, or changed in shape, by passing from a larger to a smaller part of the bore of the barrel; said of a bullet when fired from a gun, pistol, or other firearm
{f} hit hard with the fist or with a bat (Slang); move slowly; be idle or lazy
a pulmonate or opisthobranch gastropod in which the shell is absent, or reduced and buried within the mantle
any of various terrestrial gastropods having an elongated slimy body and no external shell
A thick strip of metal less than type high, and as long as the width of a column or a page, used in spacing out pages and to separate display lines, etc
A complete line of type cast in one piece
A unit of mass in the "British" system One slug equals 14 59 59 kilograms or 32 174 pounds
{i} worm-like gastropod that is related to the snail but has no shell; insect larvae; round bullet; lazy person (Slang); shot of liquor (Informal); strip of metal used for spacing (Printing); heavy blow
Any one of numerous species of terrestrial pulmonate mollusks belonging to Limax and several related genera, in which the shell is either small and concealed in the mantle, or altogether wanting
A board that does not get up and go
The unused interior piece of material cut out by wire EDM or a trepanning electrode
If you take a slug of an alcoholic drink, you take a large mouthful of it. Edgar took a slug of his drink. = shot
A graphical symbol (usually a WingDing) placed at the end of an article Slugs not only indicate the end of an article, they give the document a professional look
formerly a term for a blank line, now used mainly to describe a line that will not print but that identifies matter to be inserted
an idle slothful person
If you slug someone, you hit them hard. She slugged her right in the face = sock
be idle; exist in a changeless situation; "The old man sat and stagnated on his porch"; "He slugged in bed all morning"
The unit of mass in the English Gravitational System, approximately 32 2 pounds-mass Because "pound" is ambiguous and can refer either to mass or force, the slug is used exclusively as a unit of mass Earth's gravity exerts a force of 32 2 pounds-force on a mass of 1 slug
any of various terrestrial gastropods having an elongated slimy body and no external shell strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat; "He slugged me so hard that I passed out
Is the metal piece separated from the stock sheet when piercing a hole
They are closely allied to the land snails
A slug is a small slow-moving creature with a long soft body and no legs, like a snail without a shell
slug line
A queue for "casual carpoolers" (slugs) commuting in the Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia metropolitan area
slug line
A line of abbreviated text at the beginning of each scene in a screenplay that describes the location and time of day
slug catcher
Slugcatcher is the name of a unit in the gas refinery in which the slug is separated from the flow of gas
black slug
An omnivorous slug found in Europe and the Pacific Northwest. It is not always black, despite the name
rifled slug
shotgun cartridge having only a single projectile , with oblique grooves on the projectile causing it to spin and thus increase accuracy
sea slug
Any of several marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks of the Nudibranchia
slugger
a batter who has a high percentage of extra base hits

That will bring up the slugger, Jones.

slugger
a boxer who tends to deliver hard punches
slugging
hitting a ball hard; slogging
solid slug
shotgun cartridge with a single projectile
banana slug
A large slug (Ariolimax columbianus) of the northwestern forests of North America, ranging in color from black to white but often having a bright yellow body with black spots
rose slug
The larva of either of two sawflies (Cladius isomerus or Endelomyia aethiops) that feeds destructively on the leaves of roses
sea slug
A nudibranch mollusk
sea slug
A holothurian
sea slug
any of various marine gastropods of the suborder Nudibranchia having a shell-less and often beautifully colored body
sea slug
Any of various highly colorful marine gastropods of the suborder Nudibranchia, lacking a shell and gills but having fringelike projections that serve as respiratory organs. Also called nudibranch
slugger
One who strikes heavy blows; hence, a boxer; a prize fighter
slugger
{i} (Slang) boxer who lands many punches; baseball player who gets many hits
slugger
In baseball, a slugger is a player who hits the ball very hard. a baseball player who hits the ball a very long way
slugger
(baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
slugger
a boxer noted for an ability to deliver hard punches
slugging
A term used to describe the condition when large amount of liquid enter a pumping compressor cylinder
slugging
The process of sawing blanks, or slugs, from bar stock or billets for subsequent machining operations
slugging
A term used to describe the condition when large amounts of liquid enter a pumping compressor cylinder
slugs
third-person singular of slug
slugs
plural of slug
slugs
Half-roasted ore
slugs
limacidae
slug