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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dövme

Japonya'da, eğer bir dövmen varsa, kaplıcaların birçoğunda yıkanmana izin verilmeyeceğini biliyor muydun? - Did you know that in Japan, if you have a tattoo, you won't be allowed to bathe in many of the hot spring resorts?

Tom'un kolunda bir kalp dövmesi vardı. - Tom had a heart tattooed on his arm.

{i} parmaklarıyla tıkırdatma
trampet sesi
bando gösterisi
{f} dövme yap

Tom kız arkadaşının adını koluna dövme yaptırdı fakat sonra o onu terk etti. - Tom got his girlfriend's name tattooed on his arm, but then she left him.

Tom kız arkadaşının adını koluna dövme yaptırdı. - Tom got his girlfriend's name tattooed on his arm.

dövme yapmak
dövme yaptırmak

Tom göğsünde bir dövme yaptırmak istemedi. - Tom didn't want to get a tattoo on his chest.

Tom göğsüne bir dövme yaptırmak istiyor. - Tom wants to get a tattoo on his chest.

{i} trampet
{i} askeri geçit
i., ask. ışık söndür borusu/trampeti
{f} (birinin) vücuduna dövme yapmak; on (vücuduna) (belirli bir şeyin) dövmesini yapmak
{i} koğuş borusu
beat a tattoo trampet çalmak
koğuş borusu veya trampeti
(fiil) dövme yapmak
parmaklarla masayı tıkırdatmak
{i} trampet çalma
vücuda dövme yapmak
tattoo machine
dövme makinesi
beat a tattoo
parmaklarıyla masayı tıkırdatmak
beat the devil's tattoo
parmaklarıyla masayı tıkırdatmak
dövme yaptırmış
İngilizce - İngilizce
A breed of pony from India; a pony of that breed
To hit the ball hard, as if to figuratively leave a tattoo on the ball

Jones tattoos one into the gap in left; that will clear the bases.

A signal played five minutes before taps (lights out)
A method of decorating the skin by inserting colored substances under the surface. The skin is punctured with a sharp instrument, which now is usually a solenoid-driven needle, that carries the inks to lower layers of the skin
To apply a tattoo (to someone or something)
a signal by drum or bugle ordering soldiers to return to their quarters
An image made in the skin with ink and a needle
a military display or pageant
{v} to puncture and stain the skin in various figures, a practice among savages
To apply a tattoo to (someone or something)
a drumbeat or bugle call that signals the military to return to their quarters
a mark or picture scribed on flesh; usually for purposes of decoration or identification, but sometimes empowered with magical energy to mark or protect the wearer
stain (skin) with indelible color
A company review session usually at the end of the day for Plebe/Plebe Candidates/Candidates to evaluate the past day and prepare for the upcoming one This is usually held by a D I or a Midshipman Officer
An indelible mark or figure made by puncturing the skin and introducing some pigment into the punctures; a mode of ornamentation practiced by various barbarous races, both in ancient and modern times, and also by some among civilized nations, especially by sailors
A military tattoo is a public display of exercises and music given by members of the armed forces. to mark a permanent picture or writing on someone's skin with a needle and ink. Permanent mark or design made on the body by pigment introduced through ruptures in the skin. The term is also loosely applied to the inducement of scars (cicatrization). Tattooing has been practiced in most parts of the world, and examples have been found on Egyptian and Nubian mummies dating from 2000 BC. Decoration is perhaps the most common motive, though designs may also serve to identify rank, status, or membership and are thought by some to provide magical protection against sickness or misfortune. The word comes from Tahiti, where it was recorded by James Cook's expedition in 1769. The first electric tattooing implement was patented in the U.S. in 1891
{f} permanently mark the skin with designs
a design on the skin made by tattooing
A beat of drum, or sound of a trumpet or bugle, at night, giving notice to soldiers to retreat, or to repair to their quarters in garrison, or to their tents in camp
the practice of making a design on the skin by pricking and staining
From taptoe, the time to close the taps
A tattoo is a design that is drawn on someone's skin using needles to make little holes and filling them with coloured dye
The kind of brand that remains a stinging reminder of the dissatisfaction by a customer
{i} permanent skin decoration in which ink is inserted under the skin; cry, call, shout; trumpet or bugle call that directs soldiers to return to their quarters; fast rhythmic rapping
the practice of making a design on the skin by pricking and staining a design on the skin made by tattooing a drumbeat or bugle call that signals the military to return to their quarters stain (skin) with indelible color
To color, as the flesh, by pricking in coloring matter, so as to form marks or figures which can not be washed out
To hit the ball hard, as if to figuratively leave a tattoo on the ball of the reverse image of the label of the bat
If someone tattoos you, they give you a tattoo. In the old days, they would paint and tattoo their bodies for ceremonies He had the words `Angie loves Ian' tattooed on his left shin
The traditional japanese method of tattooing is to use a hand carved tool formed from a bone, with a cluster of tiny needles on the end Operation is a succession of quick jabs, and the process is very painful To undergo tattooing is a test of strength Technology has added various electronic and subdermal (beneath the layer of skin) tatoos which actually change colors, move, etc Modern tattoos are actually pieces of artificial skin which bonds with the user's skin and carries the tattoo with it Tattoos can be custom ordered, computer printed, and then owner installed in a matter of minutes When a tattoo is no longer wanted, the wearer can simply apply a special chemical which removes the tattoo by destroying the layer of artificial skin These have come to be called techtoos The Yakuza still practices the ritual of all over body tattooing, and though it is done in the traditional manner, some Yakuza gurentai do have techtoos which are quite elaborate in nature
tattoo artists
plural form of tattoo artist
tattoo parlour
tattoo parlor a place where you can go to get a tattoo
amalgam tattoo
A flat, bluish-gray lesion of the oral mucosa that results from amalgam particles going into the soft tissue
Simple past tense and past participle of tattoo
Having been tattooed with one or more tattoos

The man was so heavily tattooed that it was almost impossible to find any bare skin whatever on his body.

The act of marking the skin with a tattoo
Present participle of tattoo
The act of beating out a rhythm on a drum
A tattoo
A tattoo
A tattoo
Having been tattoed with one or more tattoos
{i} one who marks the skin with tattoos, one who makes indelible patterns in the skin
A tattooist
{i} micropigmentation
beating out a rhythm on a drum
marking the skin with a tattoo
Lasers can erase unwanted tattoos
All Susquehanna Service Dogs are tattooed to provide permanent identification should they become lost or stolen
See: Uniform, General USAF
plural of tattoo



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    /taˈto͞o/ /tæˈtuː/


    [ ta-'tü ] (noun.) circa 1627. From Polynesian languages tatau (Samoan and Tahitian) "to tap".


    ... funny question -- "but why did you tattoo yourself that way?" ...

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