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laf atmak
taş atmak
haince saldırmak
bataklık çulluğu
gizli bir yerden ateş etmek

Tom rastgele bir keskin nişancı saldırısının kurbanıydı. - Tom was the victim of a random sniper attack.

siperden ateş etmek
pusuya yatarak düşman askerini tüfekle vurmak
{f} at -e gizli bir mevziden ateş açmak
sigara izmariti aramak
karşılıklı kaba söz söylemek
{f} üstü kapalı bir şekilde eleştirmek, laf atmak, taş atmak
snipe hunt kendisinin yalnız bırakıldığından habersiz olarak avını bekleyen kişiye oynanan oy
tüfekle vurma
{i} su çulluğu
{f} su çulluğu avlamak
{f} gizlenerek ateş etmek
i., zool. batakçulluğu
hakaret etme
snipe at
snipe hunt
su çulluğu avı

Tom bir keskin nişancı tarafından başından vuruldu. - Tom got shot in the head by a sniper.

Tom rastgele bir keskin nişancı saldırısının kurbanıydı. - Tom was the victim of a random sniper attack.

great snipe
büyük su çulluğu
jack snipe
küçük su çulluğu
(Avcılık) suikastçi
(Askeri) pusu ateşi
great snipe
iri çulluk
whole snipe
bataklık çulluğu
wilson's snipe
bataklık çulluğu
wilsons snipe
bataklık çulluğu
PUSU NİŞANCİSİ: Gizli bir mevziden ateş ederek önemli düşman şahsiyetlerini avlamak veya düşmanın dikkatini başka tarafa çekmek ya da düşmanı taciz etmekle görevlendirilen özel teçhizatlı avcı
marsh snipe
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) su çulluğu
marsh snipe
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) batak çulluğu
siperden ateş eden asker
{i} gizlenerek ateş eden kimse
(Askeri) Keskin nişancı

Keskin nişancı, kurbanlarını birer birer vurdu. - The sniper picked off his victims one by one.

Ve o kendine bir keskin nişancı diyor! - And he calls himself a sniper!

(Askeri) PUSU ATEŞİ: Pusu nişancısı tarafından açılan ateş
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Any of various limicoline game birds of the family Scolopacidae, having a long, slender, nearly straight beak
A fool; a blockhead
To shoot at individuals from a concealed place
To make malicious, underhand remarks or attacks
An animated promotional logo during a television show
A bottle of wine containing 0.1875 liters of fluid, 1/4 the volume of a standard bottle; a quarter bottle or piccolo
(naval slang) A member of the Engineering Department on a ship
A shot from a concealed place
To watch a timed online auction and place a winning bid at the last possible moment
{n} a small delicate bird, blockhead, fool
{i} long-billed wading bird of Eurasia and North America; shot fired from a distant or concealed position
attack in speech or writing; "The editors of the left-leaning paper attacked the new House Speaker"
To shoot or hunt snipe
hunt or shoot snipe
If someone snipes at you, they criticize you. The Spanish media were still sniping at the British press yesterday. + sniping snip·ing This leaves him vulnerable to sniping from within his own party
A member of the Engineering Department on a ship
Old or New World straight-billed game bird of the sandpiper family; of marshy areas; similar to the woodcocks
Any one of numerous species of limicoline game birds of the family Scolopacidæ, having a long, slender, nearly straight beak
a gunshot from a concealed location
To hook the ball such that it drops quickly
To nose (a log) to make it drag or slip easily in skidding
when not in action; often with at
To snipe at someone means to shoot at them from a hidden position. Gunmen have repeatedly sniped at US Army positions A member of the security forces was killed in a sniping incident. a bird with a very long thin beak that lives in wet areas. Any of about 20 species of birds (family Scolopacidae) that frequent wet meadows and marshes in temperate and warm regions worldwide. They are short-legged and chunky, with brown, black, and white stripes and bars. The wings are pointed and angular. The long, flexible bill is used to probe mud for worms. The common snipe (Gallinago gallinago) is about 12 in. (30 cm) long, including the bill
A long billed wading bird of bog and marsh The Common Snipe (Capella gallinago) is native to the BWCA Padashkânji or manominikeshi in the Ojibwe
{f} hunt snipe; shoot from a distant or concealed position
Attack with PulseCannon or Maser from long range
when not in action
To shoot at (detached men of an enemy's force) at long range, esp
printed sheet (or sheets) of copy or graphics, which is posted over an existing outdoor poster
aim and shoot with great precision
A sharply hooked ball that dives quickly
To shoot at detached men of an enemy's forces at long range, esp
a gunshot from a concealed location Old or New World straight-billed game bird of the sandpiper family; of marshy areas; similar to the woodcocks hunt or shoot snipe
snipe hunt
A prank in which a gullible victim is sent off on a fruitless search for a nonexistent item
snipe hunt
To participate, as the gullible victim, in a snipe hunt
snipe hunts
plural form of snipe hunt
snipe hunt
an elaborate practical joke in which the unsuspecting victim hunts a snipe and is typically left in the dark holding a bag and waiting for the snipe to run into it; "in the South a snipe hunt is practically a rite of passage
common snipe
an individual of this species
common snipe
the bird species Gallinago gallinago
painted snipe
Any of three species of snipe-like birds in the family Rostratulidae, found in wetlands and characterised by reverse sexual dimorphism
Alternative spelling of painted snipe
Any attacker using a non-contact weapon against a specific target from a concealed position
A person who carries the professional title of sniper
A person using long-range small arms for precise attacks from a concealed position
A snipe
Wilson's snipe
A common North American snipe (Capella gallinago subsp. delicata.)
great snipe
Old World snipe larger and darker than the whole snipe
red-breasted snipe
a dowitcher with a red breast
sea snipe
A sandpiper, as the knot and dunlin
sea snipe
The bellows fish
past of snipe
a marksman who shoots at people from a concealed place
A sniper is someone who shoots at people from a hidden position. someone who shoots at people from a hidden position
{i} one who shoots from a concealed or distant position, sharpshooter; one who shoots snipe
plural of sniper
plural of snipe
third-person singular of snipe
Outbidding other buyers in the closing minutes or seconds of an auction
present participle of snipe
Placing a winning bid minutes or even seconds before an auction closes This tactic severely limits the ability of competing bidders from out-bidding you or driving the price higher
- The act of pasting up outdoor posters over billboards or on empty structures, walls, and traffic poles, often without permission
whole snipe
common snipe of Eurasia and Africa
wilson's snipe
American snipe

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    /ˈsnīp/ /ˈsnaɪp/


    [ snIp ] (noun.) 14th century. The verb, i.e. its original meaning "to sharpshoot", was first used by British troops in India in the 18th century in allusion to their hunting of snipe as game.


    snipes, sniping, sniped

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