sweat

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İngilizce - Türkçe
terlemek

Terlemekten çok usandım. - I'm so sick of being sweaty.

ter

O kazağını ters yüz giydi. - He put on his sweater wrong side out.

John kazağını ters giymişti. - John had put his sweater on inside out.

{i} terleme

Ben genellikle böyle terlemem. - I don't usually sweat like this.

Tom terlemeye başlıyor. - Tom is starting to sweat.

{f} ter dökmek
{f} ağır çalışmak
buğulanmak
{f} terle

Tom terlemeye başlıyor. - Tom is starting to sweat.

Hiç terlemiyor musun? - Don't you ever sweat?

zor iş
alınteri dökmek
telaş
çok çalışmak
{f} az paraya çalışmak
1. (isim) ter.2. (isim) (soğuk bir yüzeyin üstünde oluşan) damlalar, ter.3. (isim) ter dökme.4. (fiil) terlemek.5. (fiil) (cam, bardak v.b.) terlemek, buğulanmak.6. (fiil) endişelenmek, endişe etmek.7. (fiil) (içindeki su) ter şeklinde sızmak, terlemek
{i} ter dökme
{f} sömürmek
{f} terden ıslatmak
{f} ter yapmak
{f} zorlamak
{i} (soğuk bir yüzeyin üstünde oluşan) damlalar, ter
eritip arasına akıt
ısıtarak halletmek
mayalamak k
herhangi bir cisimden ifraz olunan ter gibi sıvı
{f} terletmek
{f} (cam, bardak v.b.) terlemek, buğulanmak. 3
ter ile ıslatmak
{f} zorlanmak
{f} ter döktürmek
{i} angarya
sweat gland
ter bezi
sweat out
endişeyle beklemek
sweat blood
(Argo) çok çalışmak
sweat bullets
endişelenmek
sweat one's guts out
(deyim) çok çalışmak
sweat room
sauna
sweat blood
buram buran terlemek
sweat cooling
buharla soğutma
sweat one's guts out
kıçını yırtmak
sweat suit
eşofman
sweat bag
ter çanta
sweat band
ter bandı
sweat equity
ter eşitlik
sweat jogger
penye eşofman altı
sweat lodge
ter lodge
sweat off
off ter
sweat pants
ter pantolon
sweat shirts
sweat shirt
sweat shop
Az maaşla çok saat ve kötü şartlarda işçi çalıştıran yer
sweat so.
ter öyle
sweat-band
ter-band
sweat-soaked
ter bulanmış
sweat blood
endişelenmek
sweat blood
{k} çok endişe etmek
sweat blood
korkmak
sweat blood
kan ter içinde kalmak
sweat blood
ter dökmek
sweat blood
{k} çok çalışmak, epey ter dökmek
sweat blood
ecel terleri dökmek
sweat bruise
(Askeri) ter beresi
sweat buckets
çok terlemek
sweat buckets
ter dökmek
sweat buckets
zırıl zırıl terlemek
sweat buckets
ter içinde kalmak
sweat cooling
(Askeri) TERLE SOĞUTMA: Atmosfere dönen bir cisimde veya hipersonik hızlarla uçan bir uçakta aşırı ısınmayı kontrol etme metodu. Bu metotta, aşırı ısınmaya maruz kalan yüzeyler gözenekli maddelerden imal edilmiştir ve bu gözeneklerden, yüksek ısı kapasiteli bir sıvı tazyiki verilir. Bu soğutucunun buharlaşması terle soğutma işlemini tamamlar
sweat damage
(Ticaret) terleme hasarı
sweat it out
{k} endişe içinde beklemek: We
sweat it out
{k} (zor bir duruma) dayanmak: You'll just have to sweat it out! Ona dayanmaktan başka çaren yok!
sweat it out
gergin beklemek
sweat it out
korkuyla beklemek
sweat it out
endişeyle beklemek
sweat like a pig
domuz gibi terlemek
sweat like a pig
çok terlemek
sweat out
lehimlemek
sweat out
kaynak yapmak
sweat out
terleyerek atlatmak
sweat out
terleyerek iyileşmek
sweat out
katlanmak
sweat out
dayanmak
sweat s.t. out
ter dökerek bir şeyi vücudundan atmak
sweating
terli

Bir domuz gibi terliyorsun, Tom. - You're sweating like a pig, Tom.

Biz sıcakta terliyorduk. - We were sweating in the heat.

don't sweat it
(deyim) endişelenme
sweating
yoğuşma
sweating
(Askeri) namlu terlemesi
work up a sweat
çok çalışmak
break out in a cold sweat
soğuk terler dökmek
by the sweat of one's brow
alın teriyle
cold sweat
soğuk ter

Tom cinayetle suçlandığında soğuk ter döktü. - When Tom was accused of the murder, he broke out in a cold sweat.

Tom birdenbire soğuk terler dökmeye başladı. - Tom broke into a cold sweat.

night sweat
gece terlemesi
sweating
{f} terle

Eğer kardio yaptığında terlemiyorsan, öyleyse onu yeterince sıkı yapmıyorsun. - If you're not sweating when you do cardio, then you're not doing it hard enough.

sweating
az para verip çok çalıştırma
Don't sweat it
(deyim) Endişenmeyi bırak!

1. "You can't do anything about it, so don't sweat it." 2. "You tried your best, so stop sweating it.".

break a sweat
çaba harcamak

He completed the work without breaking a sweat - Hiç çaba harcamadan işi bitirdi.

break a sweat
Ter dökmek, ter atmak

For exercise to be beneficial, the athlete must break a sweat.

by the sweat of one´s brow
k. dili alnının teriyle. İt´s no sweat!/No sweat! k. dili 1. Hiç problem değil!/Çok kolay! 2. Hiç de zahmet değil!
covered in sweat
ter ele
don't sweat it
(deyim) "Boş yere kendini üzme!" ; "Olan olmuş.Kendini boşa helâk etme!" ; "Olan olmuş. Elinden bir şey gelmez!"

If you did your best but didn't win a medal, don't sweat it.

get in a cold sweat
soğuk terler içinde olsun
no sweat
Hiç problem değil!/Çok kolay!
no sweat
Hiç de zahmet değil!
non-sweat
Terletmeyen

A non-sweat sports shoe.

smell of sweat
ter kokusu
sweating
terleyerek
sweating
terletme
to be in a cold sweat
soğuk terler içinde olmak
to sweat like a pig
domuz gibi terlemekten
all in a sweat
ter içinde
be in a sweat
{k} endişe içinde olmak
break out into a sweat
ter basmak
by the sweat of one's
{k} alnının teriyle. It's no sweat!/No sweat! k.dili
by the sweat of one's
{k} Hiç problem değil!/Çok kolay!
by the sweat of one's
{k} Hiç de zahmet değil!
cargo sweat
yük terlemesi
old sweat
tecrübeli asker
old sweat
yaşlı asker
ooze with sweat
ter dökmek
ooze with sweat
terlemek
ship sweat
gemi terlemesi
stream with sweat
ter içinde
sweated
{s} üç kuruşa çalışan
sweated
{s} sömürülen işçinin ürettiği
sweated
az ücretle çalışan
sweated
sömürülen
sweated
sömürülmüş
sweating
karın tokluğuna çalıştırma
sweating
terleme
sweating
sömürme
sweating
(Askeri) NAMLU TERLEMESİ: Atıştan sonra yapılan temizlik esnasında namlunun içinde su damlalarının toplanması; namlular genel olarak atıştan sonra terler
İngilizce - İngilizce
To emit, in the manner of sweat

to sweat blood.

To emit sweat
A soldier (especially one who is old or experienced)
To worry about (something)

There are few matters studio executives sweat more than maintaining their franchises.

To solder (a pipe joint) together
The sweating sickness

When the sweat comes back this summer, 1528, people say, as they did last year, that you won't get it if you don't think about it.

To work hard
Fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation
To worry
excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; "Exercise makes one sweat
condensation of moisture on a cold surface; "the cold glasses were streaked with sweat" excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; "Exercise makes one sweat
{v} to emit or put into a sweat, warm, drudge, toil, labor
{n} a matter from the pores, drudgery, toil
To emit moisture, as green plants in a heap
When you sweat, sweat comes through your skin. Already they were sweating as the sun beat down upon them. + sweating sweat·ing symptoms such as sweating, irritability, anxiety and depression
To get something advantageous, as money, property, or labor from (any one), by exaction or oppression; as, to sweat a spendthrift; to sweat laborers
To cook food in a covered pan in a small amount of fat, so the natural juices run into the pan Foods cooked in this way will soften but not brown
{f} perspire; work hard; collect moisture from condensation; worry, be concerned
To excrete sensible moisture from the pores of the skin; to perspire
To sweat a client To make him bleed; to fleece him To sweat coin To subtract part of the silver or gold by friction, but not to such an amount as to render the coin useless as a legal tender The French use suer in the same sense, as “Suer son argent,” to sweat his money by usury “Vous faites suer le bonhomme- tel est votre dire quand vous le pillez ” (Harangue du Capitaine la Carbonnade ) (1615 )
To emit or suffer to flow from the pores; to exude
To worry about something or someone; to like or adore, or to do anything that implies sweating
agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"
If someone is in a sweat, they are sweating a lot. Every morning I would break out in a sweat I really don't feel a bit sick, no night sweats, no fevers
To cook vegetables in fat over gentle heat so they become soft but not brown, and their juices are concentrated in the cooking fat If the pan is covered during cooking, the ingredients will keep a certain amount of their natural moisture If the pan is not covered, the ingredients will remain relatively dry
The fluid which is excreted from the skin of an animal; the fluid secreted by the sudoriferous glands; a transparent, colorless, acid liquid with a peculiar odor, containing some fatty acids and mineral matter; perspiration
Sweat is the salty colourless liquid which comes through your skin when you are hot, ill, or afraid. Both horse and rider were dripping with sweat within five minutes
The act of sweating; or the state of one who sweats; hence, labor; toil; drudgery
Consists of putting buttered parchment paper on top of vegetables in a pan, covering the pan with a lid, and letting them cook until softened
excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; "Exercise makes one sweat"
Fig
{i} perspiration, moisture excreted by the sweat glands; act of perspiring; droplets of moisture on a surface, condensation; hard work; worry, stress, anxiety (Informal)
to sweat blood: see blood
To unite by heating, after the application of soldier
To cause to excrete moisture from the skin; to cause to perspire; as, his physicians attempted to sweat him by most powerful sudorifics
use of physical or mental energy; hard work; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
A short run by a race horse in exercise
If someone is in a cold sweat or in a sweat, they feel frightened or embarrassed. The very thought brought me out in a cold sweat
salty fluid secreted by sweat glands; "sweat poured off his brow"
To perspire in toil; to work hard; to drudge
Moisture issuing from any substance; as, the sweat of hay or grain in a mow or stack
condensation of moisture on a cold surface; "the cold glasses were streaked with sweat"
perspiration
{f} perspire
sweat bullets
To sweat profusely; especially, to be very nervous or anxious

He was sweating bullets about the exam all week.

sweat gland
An exocrine gland found under the skin in mammals for regulating body temperature
sweat glands
plural form of sweat gland
sweat it out
To do hard physical exercise or work, and as a result sweat

At night we ride through the mansions of glory in suicide machines.

sweat like a pig
To sweat profusely, to be perspiring lots of sweat
sweat of one's brow
The effort extended in labor, and the value created thereby

By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return..

sweat off
To lose (weight) by sweating (from heavy exercise, sauna etc.)

The shocked Aussie fighters started to sweat off the excess pounds, but competition manager Lenni Gama denied any problem with the scales.

sweat shirts
plural form of sweat shirt
sweat bag
a porous bag (usually of canvas) that holds water and cools it by evaporation
sweat bee
Any of various small, ground-nesting bees of the family Halictidae that are attracted to perspiration
sweat blood
work very hard
sweat bullets
be extremely nervous or agitated, be very anxious
sweat duct
a small duct that conveys sweat from a sudoriferous gland to the surface of the skin
sweat equity
interest in a building that a tenant earns by contributing to its renovation or maintenance
sweat gland
part of the body which releases sweat
sweat gland
Any of the numerous small, tubular glands that are found nearly everywhere in the skin of humans and that secrete perspiration externally through pores to help regulate body temperature. a small organ under your skin that produces sweat. Either of two types of perspiration glands in the skin. Eccrine sweat glands, controlled by the sympathetic nervous system, use evaporation to cool the skin by secreting water when body temperature rises. Apocrine sweat glands, usually associated with hair follicles, are concentrated in the underarms and genital region. Starting at puberty, hormones stimulate them to continuously secrete a fatty sweat. Certain specialized glands, such as mammary glands and wax-secreting glands of the ear canal, probably developed from this type of gland
sweat gland
any of the glands in the skin that secrete perspiration
sweat glands
external excreting glands that are responsible for excreting perspiration
sweat lodge
Hut or lodge used for ritual purification. Its use originated with Native Americans for whom it remains a significant ceremony but it is now common among other non-Indian groups who recognize its health as well as spiritual benefits. The structure of the sweat lodge is usually made of bent saplings and skin or blanket coverings and is heated by steam from water poured on hot stones. A ceremony typically surrounds the lodge's construction and use. Some groups believe the lodge becomes a symbolic centre in which the six cardinal directions, the past and present, and the human and spiritual worlds are connected
sweat lodge
building in which cool water is poured over hot stones to create a steam bath (used for ritual purification by American Indians)
sweat off
lose weight by sweating; "I sweated off 3 pounds in the sauna"
sweat off
lose weight by sweating; "I sweated off 3 pounds in the sauna
sweat pants
loose-fitting trousers with elastic cuffs; worn by athletes
sweat pores
holes in the body out of which sweat is released
sweat shirt
long sleeved shirt often worn before and after sports
sweat suit
garment consisting of sweat pants and a sweatshirt
sweat suit
sweat·suit a set of loose warm clothes, worn especially for sport or relaxation
sweat suit
sports outfit comprised of a sweatshirt and sweatpants
sweat with fear
perspire due to fright
break a sweat
To start sweating

Consider, for instance, that Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Marat Safin and even the supposedly out-of-sorts Lleyton Hewitt all won the opening set of their first-round matches 6-0 before barely breaking a sweat in the two sets that followed.

break a sweat
To put effort into something

He succeeded effortlessly, without breaking a sweat.

no sweat
Without problems or difficulties
old sweat
Someone experienced in his field
old sweat
An experienced soldier
old sweat
A veteran soldier or war veteran
old-sweat
Alternative spelling of old sweat
sweating
the production and evaporation of a watery fluid called sweat that is excreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals
sweating
Present participle of sweat
sweating
of or relating to one who is [[#Verb|sweating]]
sweats
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sweat
sweats
A sweatsuit
sweats
plural form of sweat
Don't sweat it
(deyim) Do not worry about it! You can't saw sawdust!

If you did your best but didn't win a medal, don't sweat it.

break a sweat
(deyim) Begin to sweat or perspire, work up a sweat

For exercise to be beneficial, the athlete must break a sweat.

Sweating
diaphoresis
beads of sweat
drops of perspiration
bloody sweat
A sweat accompanied by a discharge of blood; a disease, called sweating sickness, formerly prevalent in England and other countries
break a sweat
begin to perspire; work hard, exert oneself
by the sweat of his brow
by his own hard labor
by the sweat of thy brow
with hard labor
cold sweat
If you are in a cold sweat, you are sweating and feel cold, usually because you are very afraid or nervous. He awoke from his sleep in a cold sweat. A reaction to nervousness, fear, pain, or shock, characterized by simultaneous perspiration and chill and cold moist skin
cold sweat
sweat which is excreted even though a person feels cold
cold sweat
concurrent perspiration and chill; associated with fear
covered with sweat
spread all over with perspiration
no sweat
{ü} (Slang) no problem, easy
sweated
{s} overworked and underpaid; having poor working conditions; made by underpaid workers
sweated
past of sweat
sweating
{i} secretion of sweat, process of perspiring
sweating
characterized by small drops of liquid plasticizer which may appear on the surface from within a plastic material or part
sweating
being wet with perspiration; "the perspiring runners"; "his sweating face"; "sweaty clothes"
sweating
If very cold cans are placed in a warm, humid place, moisture will condense on their surface This sweating may very easily contribute to rusting of the cans
sweating
Slang for soldering Back to alphabetical list
sweating
A word used to describe moisture collection on a line or coil that is operating below the dew point temperature of the air
sweating
the process of the sweat glands of the skin secreting a salty fluid; "perspiration is a homeostatic process"
sweating
from Sweat, v
sweats
plural of sweat
sweats
garment consisting of sweat pants and a sweatshirt
sweats
third-person singular of sweat
wiped the sweat off
wiped the sweat clean off, dried the perspiration, wiped the perspiration with his hand
work up a sweat
{f} exercise hard, sweat
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