sprawling

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} genişleyen
{f} yayıl

Leyla geniş bir alana yayılan bir çiftlikte yaşıyordu. - Layla lived on a sprawling ranch.

yayılarak
{s} yayılan

Leyla geniş bir alana yayılan bir çiftlikte yaşıyordu. - Layla lived on a sprawling ranch.

{s} büyüyen

Houston kocaman, büyüyen bir şehir. - Houston is a huge, sprawling city.

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{f} yayılmak
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yayılarak oturmak/yatmak
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gelişme
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yayılarak oturma ya da yatma
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yayılarak otur
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büyüme
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(bitki) gelişigüzel yayılmak
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gelişigüzel yayılma
send smb. sprawling
iki seksen uzatmak
send smb. sprawling
yere sermek
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gelişigüzel yayılan topluluk
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genişlemek
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yayılarak oturmak
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uzanmak
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serilmek
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serilme
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sereserpe uzanmak
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yayılma
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dağılma
sprawl
sere serpe uzanmak
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yayıl

Kentsel yayılım çevresel olarak zarar verir. - Urban sprawl is environmentally damaging.

Leyla geniş bir alana yayılan bir çiftlikte yaşıyordu. - Layla lived on a sprawling ranch.

sprawl
{f} yayılıp yatmak, sere serpe uzanmak; yayılarak oturmak
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yatarken kol ve bacakları yaymak
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yayılmış olmak yayılıp yatma
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{f} çok geniş bir alana yayılmak: The city sprawls along the river. Şehir nehir
İngilizce - İngilizce
That sprawls
Present participle of sprawl
Expansive; extensive
spread out irregularly; "sat sprawled in the big armchair"; "the sprawling suburbs"; "a big sprawly city"
spreading out carelessly (as if wandering) in different directions; "sprawling handwriting"; "straggling branches"; "straggly hair"
an ungainly posture with arms and legs spread about
spreading over a wide area in an untidy or unattractive way
spreading out carelessly (as if wandering) in different directions; "sprawling handwriting"; "straggling branches"; "straggly hair
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A straggling, haphazard growth, especially of housing on the edge of a city
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An ungainly sprawling posture
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{v} to tumble with agitation, to struggle
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Low density, automobile-dependent development beyond the edge of service and employment areas
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To spread and stretch the body or limbs carelessly in a horizontal position; to lie with the limbs stretched out ungracefully
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{i} act of sprawling, act of lounging; area characterized by irregularly arranged buildings
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Unlimited outward extension of city boundaries that lowers population density, consumes open space, generates freeway congestion, and causes decay in central cities
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Low density development on the edge of cities and towns, poorly planned, land consumptive, auto-dependent, and designed without respect to its surroundings
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To move, when lying down, with awkward extension and motions of the limbs; to scramble in creeping
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Poorly planned development that destroys green space, threatens the environment, increases traffic, overcrowds schools, and spends tax money to build new infrastructure
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an elementary counter to a leg shot The wrestler throws his legs back, arching his hips into the opponent if necessary, making it harder to keep a grip on his legs
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A haphazard and disorderly form of urban development There are several elements that characterize sprawl: Residences far removed from stores, parks, and other activity centers Scattered or "leapfrog" development that leaves large tracts of undeveloped land between developments Commercial strip development along major streets Large expanses of low-density or single use development such as commercial centers with no office or residential uses, or residential areas with no nearby commercial centers Major form of transportation is the automobile Uninterrupted and contiguous low- to medium-density (one to six du/ac) urban development Walled residential subdivisions that do not connect to adjacent residential development
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Outward spread of cities as their populations increase that is marked by much less efficient use of land than in the older sections of the cities With sprawl, a city's land area grows at a much faster rate than its population
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To spread irregularly, as vines, plants, or tress; to spread ungracefully, as chirography
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Dispersed, low-density, single-use, automobile dependent land use patterns (Galster, et al, 2001)
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If you say that a place sprawls, you mean that it covers a large area of land. The State Recreation Area sprawls over 900 acres on the southern tip of Key Biscayne
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You can use sprawl to refer to an area where a city has grown outwards in an uncontrolled way. The whole urban sprawl of Ankara contains over 2.6m people. a large area of buildings that are spread out in an untidy and unattractive way
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Unplanned development of open land
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If you sprawl somewhere, you sit or lie down with your legs and arms spread out in a careless way. She sprawled on the bed as he had left her, not even moving to cover herself up see also sprawled Sprawl out means the same as sprawl. He would take two aspirin and sprawl out on his bed
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go, come, or spread in a rambling or irregular way; "Branches straggling out quite far"
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To sit with the limbs spread out
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an ungainly posture with arms and legs spread about
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sit or lie with one's limbs spread out
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To spread out in a disorderly fashion; to straggle
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{f} stretch out one's legs and arms in a relaxed manner (while sitting or lying); spread out, extend
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the area taken up by a large or expanding development or city
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an ungainly posture with arms and legs spread about sit or lie with one's limbs spread out go, come, or spread in a rambling or irregular way; "Branches straggling out quite far
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A term getting increasing publicity in even mainstream media, sprawl refers to the uncontrolled spread of urban and suburban development farther and farther away from the urban core There are many causes of this phenomenon, but contrary to what you might have heard from the National Association of Homebuilders, sprawl is NOT caused because it is what consumers want Occasionally, sprawl is portrayed as a liberal vs conservative issue, with liberals concerned about sprawl and conservatives (as is usual) with their head in the sand Actually, sprawl is a conservative issue as well when one takes a look at the root causes, which include too much government regulation, market distorting incentives, and excessive and complicated taxation policies Like global warming, sprawl is an environmental issue with widespread ramifications for much of society Learn more at: the Sierra Club
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The process in which the spread of development across the landscape far outpaces population growth The landscape sprawl creates has four dimensions: a population that is widely dispersed in low-density development; rigidly separated homes, shops, and workplaces; a network of roads marked by huge blocks and poor access; and a lack of well-defined, thriving activity centers, such as downtowns and town centers Most of the other features usually associated with sprawl-the lack of transportation choices, relative uniformity of housing options or the difficulty of walking-are a result of these conditions (Smart Growth America)
sprawling

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    sprôlîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈsprôləɴɢ/ /ˈsprɔːlɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'sprol ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English sprEawlian.

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