sock

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} çorap

Tom pembe çoraplarını nerede aldığını hatırlayamıyor. - Tom can't remember where he bought his pink socks.

Tüm çoraplar çok değerlidir. - All socks are very precious.

{i} kısa çorap

Dün, on çift yeni kısa çorap satın aldım. - Yesterday, I bought ten new pairs of ankle socks.

{f} vurmak
sertçe
sock away saklamak
i., k.dili. yumruk, yumruk darbesi. f., k.dili. yumruk atmak/indirmek, yumruklamak
{f} tokatlamak
{i} dayak
{f} tokat atmak
socked in hava muhalefetinden dolayı kapalı Sock it to Haydi bastır
{f} dövmek
yumruk/çorap
tokat

Bunu bir daha yaparsan sana tokat atarım. - If you do that again, I'll sock you.

{f} vur
yumruk
vur(mak)
{i} soket çorap
{i} ayakkabı keçesi
{i} vuruş
{i} mantar taban
{i} soket
sock away
{k} bir kenara (para) koymak: He's socked a little money away. Bir kenara biraz para koymuş
sock turnover rate
(Ticaret) stok dönüşüm hızı
socks
çorap

Benim çoraplarım burada değil. - My socks aren't here.

Tüm çoraplar çok değerlidir. - All socks are very precious.

sox
şosetler
sox
çorap
ankle sock
kısa çorap
odd sock
tek çorap
socks
(Bilgisayar) socks
ankle sock
soket
varsity sock
varis çorabı
wind sock
rüzgar yön göstergesi
a sock hop
Bir çorap hop
air sock
Rüzgâr hortumu
knee sock
diz çorap
odd sock
Çorap teki
socks
çoraplar

Tom pembe çoraplarını nerede aldığını hatırlayamıyor. - Tom can't remember where he bought his pink socks.

Delik çoraplarımı giydim. - I've worn holes in my socks.

stick a sock in it
(deyim) Kapa su çeneni!
tube sock
tüp çorap
frog in a sock
(Argo) yaygaracı
frog in a sock
(Argo) çok gürültü yapan kimse
knitted sock
(Tekstil) örme çorap
pull off sock
çorap çıkarmak
pull on sock
çorap giymek
smelly sock
kokan çorap
socks
(isim) çorap
sox
i., çoğ. şosetler
trainer sock
(Tekstil) şoset
trainer sock
(Tekstil) spor çorap
wind sock
(Askeri) VİND SOK: Rüzgar tulumu. Bak. "wind cone"
İngilizce - İngilizce
A shoe worn by Greco-Roman comedy actors
A knitted or woven covering for the foot
To deliver a blow

They may let you off the first time, but the second time they'll sock it to you—James Jones.

A violent blow, punch
A shortened version of sock puppet

For enemies near are enemies known though socks are a bother he feels at last not alone .

To hit or strike violently
{n} a high theatrical shoe, false stocking, iron
Socks are pieces of clothing which cover your foot and ankle and are worn inside shoes. a pair of knee-length socks. To deliver a forceful comment, reprimand, or physical blow to someone else
A warm inner sole for a shoe
{i} woven or knitted foot covering which reaches a point between the ankle and the knee; hit, blow (Slang)
hosiery consisting of a cloth covering for the foot; worn inside the shoe; reaches to between the ankle and the knee
The shoe worn by actors of comedy in ancient Greece and Rome, used as a symbol of comedy, or of the comic drama, as distinguished from tragedy, which is symbolized by the buskin
A knit or woven covering for the foot and lower leg; a stocking with a short leg
a truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast; used (e g , at airports) to show the direction of the wind
To hurl, drive, or strike violently; often with it as an object
hosiery consisting of a cloth covering for the foot; worn inside the shoe; reaches to between the ankle and the knee hit hard
hit hard
{f} hit, punch, strike (Slang)
A plowshare
sock hop
In the 1950s, informal sponsored dance at American high schools, typically held on the grounds of the high school itself in the gymnasium or cafeteria

I had no idea then how boys wooed girls. I guessed it was a matter of joshing and shared nothings and hours of scuffing through autumn leaves and even more hours of clenches during the slow numbers at the sock hop. - Edmund White, My Women.

sock link
A string with clips on each end to hold socks together as a pair before placing them in the wash
sock puppet
A simple puppet made from a sock placed over the hand of the puppeteer
sock puppet
A person being completely controlled by another
sock puppet
A pseudonym used by someone to distance themselves from their actions, especially to talk about oneself
sock puppeteer
A user in an online community, who has two or more accounts set up by that user so as to seem to be for different users
sock puppeteer
Someone who controls a sock puppet (a simple puppet made from a sock)
sock puppeteers
plural form of sock puppeteer
sock puppets
plural form of sock puppet
sock hop
(Muzik) Sock Hop or soc hop (rarely) is a term coined in the 1950s in the United States, following the growth in popularity of rock and roll, to refer to informal sponsored dances at American high schools, typically held on the grounds of the high school itself in the gymnasium or cafeteria. Music was often recorded, sometimes live
sock away
put money in a safe place for future use, save money (Informal)
sock it to someone
(Slang) hit someone hard; harshly criticize someone
sock puppet
{i} puppet made from a sock and is worn over the puppeteer's hand; (Internet) fake Internet identity produced with the intention of misleading especially in a comments section of a blogi and discussion group online)
Sox
Short for the team the Chicago White Sox (under some circumstances also known as the Black Sox)
Sox
Short for the team the Boston Red Sox
cock sock
A sock-like garment used to cover the penis
cock sock
condom
knee sock
a sock that reaches almost up to the knee
pop sock
A type of short, knee-high stocking with an elasticated top

After her show, designer Miuccia Prada blamed the accidents on the pop socks worn by the models inside their platform sandals, making them impossible to grip.

put a sock in it
To stop talking; to be quiet; to shut one's mouth

He went on and on until I finally told him to put a sock in it.

sockless
Without socks; not wearing socks

The village was full of sockless children.

toe sock
A type of sock where each toe is separately encased like in a glove
tube sock
A one-size-fits-all sock, having a plain tubular shape rather than one designed to match the contours of the foot
wank sock
A sock into which a man ejaculates after masturbation
wind sock
At an airport, a conical shaped flag flying from a pole, used by pilots to gauge the direction and strength of the wind
air sock
a truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast; used (e g , at airports) to show the direction of the wind
air sock
truncated cloth cone used to indicate wind direction
athletic sock
a sock worn for athletic events
crew sock
A warm, usually ribbed sock
knee sock
A sock that reaches just below the knee
socked
past of sock
socking
(British) very
socking
present participle of sock
sockless
Destitute of socks or shoes
socks
A security protocol used to communicate through a firewall or proxy server
socks
An application proxy-based protocol that passes traffic between two application-specific clients Although allowing application-based user authentication, a SOCKS-based VPN requires each application to be modified to support SOCKS
socks
A mechanism by which a secure proxy data channel can be established between two computers in a client/server environment SOCKS is a protocol that a proxy server can use to accept requests from client users in a network so that it can forward them across the Internet Socks uses sockets to represent and keep track of individual connections The client side of Socks is built into certain Web browsers and the server side can be added to a proxy server A Socks server handles requests from clients inside a network's firewall and either allows or rejects connection requests, based on the requested Internet destination or user identification Once a connection and a subsequent "bind" request have been set up, the flow of information exchange follows the usual protocol
socks
Client/server software that ensures that a host protected by a firewall does not lose access to Internet resources available using Telnet, Gopher or WWW
socks
plural of sock
socks
{i} stockings
socks
SOCKS is an Internet toolkit that permits TCP-based applications to run on proxy servers
socks
The proxy-protocol for network applications on base TCP/IP SOCKS is included by two components, SOCKS-server the SOCKS-client The SOCKS-server to be on an application level The SOCKS-client to be between application and by transport level
socks
A software package that allows hosts inside a firewall to communicate with the outside world To allow access to the outside world a secure network can run a SOCKS server on its gateway/firewall machine; all networking software inside the network must be configured to talk to the SOCKS server SOCKS is a proxy server without the special caching capabilities of a caching HTTP proxy server
socks
A protocol for traversing firewalls in a secure and controlled manner, made publicly available by the Internet Engineering Task Force
socks
Firewall software that establishes a connection from inside a firewall to the outside when direct connection would otherwise be prevented by the firewall software or hardware (for example, the router configuration)
socks
third-person singular of sock
sox
Sulphurous Oxides
sox
Oxides of sulphur
sox
Sulphur oxides A family of gases that includes sulphur dioxide (SO2), a contributor to acid rain
sox
A plural of sock. an American spelling of 'socks', used especially in advertising
sox
Oxides of sulfur where x equals the number of oxygen atoms
sox
mostly, US, plural of sock, footwear
sox
Sulfur oxides
sox
Sulfur oxide Gases deriving from oxidation of sulfur and also produced by combustion of fossil fuels containing sulfur
sox
Oxides of sulfur
tube sock
A sock that lacks a shaped heel. a sock that is long and straight and has no special place for your heel
wind sock
fabric sleeve that moves in the wind and is used to indicate wind direction, wind indicator used at airports to determine airplane landing instructions depending on wind direction
wind sock
truncated cloth cone used to indicate wind direction
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socks
(Bilgisayar) socks
sock