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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bahçıvan küreği

Bu bahçıvan küreğini tamir ettirmek zorundayım. - I have to get this spade fixed.

i., bahç. bel. f. bellemek, bel ile kazmak
(iskambil) maça
{f} kürek ile kaz
bahçıvan beli
kürek ile kaz(mak)
i., isk. maça
top arabasının arka tarafında bulunan ve top atılınca geri tepmesine mâni olan kazma şeklindeki demir
{i} hadım edilmiş hayvan
call a spade a spade açıkç
ayıbalığını parçalamak için kullanılan büyük bıçak
{i} bel
(Askeri) MAHMUZ: Kundak kuyruğunun toprağa gömülü sivri kısmı. Bu kısım, kundağın, geri tepme esnasındaki hareketini önler
{i} top arabası mahmuzu
{i} zenci [kötü]
{i} maça

Bu deste kartlarda maça altı eksik. - The Ace of Spades is missing from this deck of cards.

Benim maça valem var. - I have the jack of spades.

{i} kürek
{i} bahçe küreği
zenci (kötü)
(Argo) zenci
spade grip
(Askeri) MAKİNALI TÜFEK KABZASI: Bazı müteharrik otomatik silahlarda, sandık kısmının arka tarafına tespit edilmiş olan ve silaha istikamet vermeye yarayan (D) şeklinde tutamak
spade grip
(Askeri) makineli tüfek kabzası
maça serisi
call a spade a spade
dobra dobra konuşmak
garden spade
bahçe beli
bucket and spade
Plaj kumuda oynamak için kova ve kürek
shovel, spade
kürek, kürek
kürek dolusu
call a spade a spade
{k} doğruya doğru, eğriye eğri demek, gerçekleri sakınmadan söylemek, dobra dobra konuşmak
call a spade a spade
(deyim) açıkça söylemek,dobra dobra sölemek
(isim) kürek dolusu
bel dolu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A garden tool with a handle and a flat blade for digging. Not to be confused with a shovel which is used for moving earth or other materials

'Make your mind easy,' Ratsey said; 'I have dug too often in this graveyard for any to wonder if they see me with a spade.'.

To turn over soil with a spade to loosen the ground for planting
A playing card marked with the symbol ♠

I've got only one spade in my hand.

A black person
{n} a shovel for digging, suit at cards, deer
a playing card in the major suit of spades
One of the black suits in a deck of cards, represented by a symbol similar to the garden tool, or â™ 
A castrated man or beast
One of that suit of cards each of which bears one or more figures resembling a spade
To dig with a spade; to pare off the sward of, as land, with a spade
A cutting instrument used in flensing a whale
a sturdy hand shovel that can be pushed into the earth with the foot
(ethnic slur) offensive name for a Black person; "only a Black can call another Black a nigga"
a sturdy hand shovel that can be pushed into the earth with the foot a playing card in the major suit of spades dig (up) with a spade; "I spade compost into the flower beds
A hart or stag three years old
A spade is a tool used for digging, with a flat metal blade and a long handle. a garden spade The girls happily played in the sand with buckets and spades
approval If you say that someone calls a spade a spade, you mean that they speak clearly and directly about things, even embarrassing or unpleasant things. I'm not at all secretive, and I'm pretty good at calling a spade a spade
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In audio, one possible termination for speaker cables A spade connector is a 1/4" or 5/8" metal prong that fits around the central shaft and between the nut and contact plate of a speaker binding post
a digging tool, the handle is grasped and the foot used to push the blade into the ground
dig (up) with a spade; "I spade compost into the flower beds"
A tool used to prepare soil Has a narrower, shorter and flatter blade than a shovel
An implement for digging or cutting the ground, consisting usually of an oblong and nearly rectangular blade of iron, with a handle like that of a shovel
{i} long-handled digging tool with a narrow iron blade that is pressed into the ground with the foot; black figure in the shape of an upside down heart with a short stem that is used on playing cards; playing card marked with a spade
Spades is one of the four suits in a pack of playing cards. Each card in the suit is marked with one or more black symbols: ♠. the ace of spades. A spade is a playing card of this suit
{f} dig or remove with a spade
spade beard
{i} elongated beard having square ends; beard that is ring-shaped at the top and pointed at the bottom
spade bit
a thin bit with a center point and cutting edges on either side
spade casino
a form of casino in which spades have the value of one point
Sam Spade
The fictional detective created by Dashiell Hammett who was protagonist of The Maltese Falcon
call a spade a spade
to speak the truth; to say things as they really are

Can we this quote? Maybe God just calls a spade a spade, when the president talks to God. - Bright Eyes.

Plural of spade
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spade
A card game in which the spade suit cards are trumps
One of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol ♠
{n} as much as spade will hold
bucket and spade
Bucket and spade sets are traditional British seaside paraphernalia that can be bought cheaply from any beachside vendor. They usually consist of a small plastic bucket with a handle and a small shovel, both of which can be decorated with a variety of bright colours and patterns
call a spade a spade
(deyim) To "call a spade a spade" is to speak honestly and directly about a topic, specifically topics that others may avoid speaking about due to their sensitivity or embarrassing nature
A spade
call a spade a spade
speak honestly, say what one truly feels, speak openly
called a spade a spade
speak honestly, say what one truly feels, speak openly
ditch spade
a spade with a long handle for digging narrow ditches
garden spade
a spade used by gardeners
royal spade
A spade when spades are trumps under the condition that every trick over six taken by the successful bidder has a score value of 9; usually in pl
As much as a spade will hold or lift
The amount held by (or moved by) a spade (shovel) at once. A shovelful
shovel: the quantity a shovel can hold
{i} amount that can be dug with or carried on a spade
plural of spadeful
One who, or that which, spades; specifically, a digging machine
One of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol â™ 
The highest suit in the bidding (excluding no-trump)
Garden spades have square-point blades about 7" wide and 12" long with a 28" "D" handle Some have a rolled shoulder on the top of the blade so user can apply foot pressure in unusually hard or heavy soil

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    /ˈspād/ /ˈspeɪd/


    [ 'spAd ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English spadu, spada, of Proto-Germanic origin. Cognate with Old Frisian spada, Old Saxon spado, German Spaten. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *spə-dh-, whence also Ancient Greek σπάθη (spathē, “blade”), Hittite išpatar (“spear”) .