listen to the pronunciation of stool
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dışkı

Bir adam içeri geldi ve onun yanındaki tabureye oturdu. - A man came in and sat on the stool next to her.

Tom barda Mary'den üç tabure ötede oturuyordu. - Tom was sitting at the bar three stools away from Mary.

arkalıksız sandalye
büyük abdest
yeni filiz
çığırtkanlık yapmak
ayak taburesi
yeni filiz vermek
iskemle, tabure
oturak, lâzımlık
dışkı defetmek. 1
çığırtkan kuş
(botanik) yeni filiz veren (eski) kök veya kütük
ihbar etmek
{i} kök sürgünü
dışkı defetmek
{i} oturak
{i} yeni budanmış dal
{i} kaka
(Tıp) Defihacet matiyer fekal, büyük aptest, feçes, dışkı, gaita
{i} büyük aptes
{i} filizlenen kütük
yeni filiz veren eski kök veya kütük
{i} lazımlık
(Tarım) filizlenmek
stool pigeon
stool pigeon
çığırtkan güvercin
stool pigeon
gammaz kimse
stool softener
stool guaiac test
(Tıp, İlaç) Dışkıda gizli kan testi
stool sample
(Tıp, İlaç) Katı dışkı numunesi
stool pigeon
stool pigeon
stool pigeon
laf yetiştiren kimse
stool pigeon
polis casusu
stool pigeon
{k} ispiyon, ispiyoncu, gammaz, muhbir
step stool
adım dışkı
music stool
(Muzik) piyano sandalyesi
(Tıp) gaita
(Tıp) dışkı
music stool
piyano iskemlesi
rice water stool
pirinç suyu feçes
tarry stool
bar stool
Bar taburesi
Piyano taburesi

Tom barda üç tabure ötede oturuyordu, bira içiyordu. - Tom was sitting at the bar three stools away, drinking beer.

Tom taburelerden birine oturdu. - Tom sat down on one of the stools.

surgery stool
cerrahi dışkı
trivet, three-legged stand or stool
saç ayağı, üç ayaklı stand veya dışkı
box stool
sandıklı tabure
finger stool
(Tıp) parmak eldiveni
go to stool
büyük aptese çıkmak
go to stool
kaka yapmaya gitmek
music stool
piyano taburesi
occult blood in stool
(Tıp) dışkıda gizli kan
window stool
(İnşaat) çıkma sekisi
window stool
(İnşaat) pencere sekisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A footstool
Feces; excrement
A seat for one person without a back or armrest
A decoy
{n} a seat without a back, an evacuation
a simple seat without a back or arms (forestry) the stump of a tree that has been felled or headed for the production of saplings have a bowel movement; "The dog had made in the flower beds"
The bottom interior trim of a window frame that forms a flat narrow shelf Although actually a different piece, the stool is often called the sill The stool is the sill cap
The shelf-like board of the interior part of the windowsill, against which the bottom rail of the sash closes
1 A living stump capable of producing sprouts Also used to describe a living stump maintained in order to produce cuttings, layers, and so on; hence 'stool bed' 2 A cut stump from which coppice shoots arise
A single seat with three or four legs and without a back, made in various forms for various uses
A bowel movement Suction: Removal of mucus from the nose and throat or from an endotracheal tube using a plastic tube attached to a vacuum source Surfactant: A substance produced by mature lungs to allow for easy lung inflation Manufactured surfactant is often placed into the lungs of premature infants who cannot yet make their own
A moulding used to trim the bottom of the interior of a window, primarily double hung The stool is applied horizontally and a piece called an Apron is applied beneath it for support
The stool is the basal part of an old plant with stem and roots attached
Material, such as oyster shells, spread on the sea bottom for oyster spat to adhere to
(forestry) the stump of a tree that has been felled or headed for the production of saplings
The waste matter discharged in a bowel movement; feces
A stool pigeon, or decoy bird
A molded interior trim member serving as a sash or window frame sill cap Stools may be beveled or rabbeted to receive the window frame sill
grow shoots in the form of stools or tillers react to a decoy, of wildfowl lure with a stool, as of wild fowl
have a bowel movement; "The dog had made in the flower beds"
A stool is a seat with legs but no support for your arms or back. O'Brien sat on a bar stool and leaned his elbows on the counter
Term used to define waste material from the bowel Also known as feces
Device used on molding machine to hold pattern plate or refractory block used to support a crucible in a crucible furnace
lure with a stool, as of wild fowl
A seat used in evacuating the bowels; hence, an evacuation; a discharge from the bowels
If someone has fallen between two stools, they are unable to decide which of two courses of action to take and as a result they have not done either of them successfully
a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
A bench or form for resting the feet or the knees; a footstool; as, a kneeling stool
Stools are the pieces of solid waste matter that are passed out of a person's body through their bowels. = faeces
To ramfy; to tiller, as grain; to shoot out suckers
The inside window sill
A small channel on the side of a vessel, for the dead-eyes of the backstays
{i} seat or bench without arms or a back; bowel movement
A plant from which layers are propagated by bending its branches into the soil
(see coppice)
the bottom horizontal member of interior window trim
An interior trim piece on a window which extends the sill and acts as a narrow shelf
The shelf-like board of the interior part of the window sill, against which the bottom rail of the sash closes
A flat molding fitted over the window sill between jambs and contacting the bottom rail of the lower sash
a simple seat without a back or arms
react to a decoy, of wildfowl
Horizontal trim piece attached to the sill The bottom rail of the lower sashs in a double hung window rests against the stool
A bishop's seat or see; a bishop- stool
An armless, backless seat
grow shoots in the form of stools or tillers
solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
waste products that remain after food is digested, including fiber, bacteria, mucus, undigested foods, and cells from the inside of the intestine Passed through the rectum as a bowel movement
The fixed circular foundation bulkhead that supports the rotating elements of the gun house
Often called a window “sill,” the stool is a piece of wood which juts out from the bottom of a window to the interior of a home Stools are commonly seen in 19th century homes; plants or knick-knacks are often placed on window stools Not to be confused with “sill ”
stool pigeon
A decoy or an informer, especially one who is a spy for the police
stool pigeons
plural form of stool pigeon
stool softener
Any medication used to make introduce water and/or fat to the contents of the patient's intestines, making those contents more likely to pass
stool softeners
plural form of stool softener
A ball used in the game of stool-ball
An old country game, similar in some respects to cricket and rounders, and chiefly played by young men or women at Eastertide
stool guaiac test
(Tıp, İlaç) A stool guaiac test detects the presence of fecal occult blood. It involves feces, a thick piece of paper attached to a thin film coated with guaiac (which comes from the Guaiacum tree), and hydrogen peroxide. Either the patient or medical professional smears a small fecal sample onto the film, drips one or two drops of peroxide on the film, and observes for a color change
stool guaiac test
(Tıp, İlaç) A stool guaiac test is one of a number of methods for detecting the presence of fecal occult blood. Fecal occult blood is blood present in the feces that is not visibly apparent. It can be a symptom of colorectal cancer
stool analysis
medical laboratory examination of feces
stool pigeon
a dummy pigeon used to decoy others
stool pigeon
(Slang) informer to the police; delator, informant; stoolpigeon, snitch
step stool
A stool that has one or more steps that fold away underneath the seat when not in use
step stool
A stool, often with folding steps attached, on which one stands to reach high objects
step stool
a stool that has one or two steps that fold under the seat
a simple stool having an X-shaped frame, often one that folds
bar stool
A stool that is used for sitting, often of taller height than a chair
A chamber pot enclosed in a stool or box; a commode

No more midnight treks to the outhouse. No more close-stools or thundermugs a feature of even the most exalted houses in Armethalieh..

ducking stool
A chair used to punish women, especially scolds, by ducking them in water
pedal stool
Malapropism of pedestal
petal stool
Malapropism of pedestal
piano stool
A round wooden stool used by piano players. It is less stable than the rectangular piano bench. The height can be adjusted by simply spinning the seat clockwise or counterclockwise, respectively
smoking stool syndrome
a symptom of severe phosphorus poisoning in which stools laden with phosphorus are passed
close stool
necessary stool, stool that has a seat with a hole in which a chamber pot is placed (used for sick or disabled persons)
cucking stool
A kind of chair formerly used for punishing scolds, and also dishonest tradesmen, by fastening them in it, usually in front of their doors, to be pelted and hooted at by the mob, but sometimes to be taken to the water and ducked; called also a castigatory, a tumbrel, and a trebuchet; and often, but not so correctly, a ducking stool
cucking stool
an instrument of punishment consisting of a chair in which offenders were ducked in water
cutty stool
a low stool; formerly in Scotland, a seat in a church where an offender was publicly rebuked
ducking stool
a seat on the end of a long pole, used in the past to put a person under water as a punishment
had stool
had a bowel movement, defecated
milking stool
low three-legged stool with a half round seat; used to sit on while milking a cow
music stool
low bench for sitting while playing the piano
music stool
a stool for piano players; usually adjustable in height
necessary stool
{i} close stool, stool that has a seat with a hole in which a chamber pot is placed (used for sick or disabled persons)
piano stool
low bench used for sitting while playing the piano
plural of stool
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) Feçes,Dışkı,Bok.Büyük abdestte rektumdan geçen katı atıklar.Hazmedilmemiş yiyecekler,bakteriler,müküs(Mukoza,sümük) ve ölü hücrelerden oluşur.Feces(Feçes) de denir

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    /ˈsto͞ol/ /ˈstuːl/


    [ 'stül ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English stōl 'seat, throne', from Proto-Germanic *stōlaz 'chair' (compare West Frisian/Dutch stoel, German Stuhl, Swedish/Danish/Norwegian stol), from Proto-Indo-European *stālo (compare Lithuanian stálas, Russian stol' 'table', Albanian kështallë 'crutch', Ancient Greek stolōn 'pillar'), from *stā- 'to stand'. More at stand.

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