tick

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kene

Örümcekler, akrepler ve keneler eklembacaklılardandır. - Spiders, scorpions, and ticks are arachnids.

Onların kürkleri üzerinde yüzlerce kene vardı. - There were hundreds of ticks in its fur.

{f} işaretlemek
{i} saniye
{i} tıkırtı
(Ticaret) puanlamak
gür

Benim çalar saatim çok gürültülü ses çıkarıyor. - My alarm clock's ticking is too loud.

çalışmak
hayatından memnun olmak
işaret koymak
işlemek
şilte
doğru işareti
``doğru'' işareti (V)
veresiye
{i} im
tiktak
(İİ) an
{f} imle
sakırga
tick işaretle/tıkırda
tıkırında götürmek
itibar

Bu bilet satın alma tarihinden itibaren yalnızca iki gün geçerlidir. - This ticket is only valid for two days after purchase.

{i} işaret
{i} kılıf
kredi/tıkırtı/kılıf/kene
{i} şilte; (şilte olarak kullanılan) yatak
i., zool. kene
Tık
{i} kot kumaş
{f} tıkırdamak
{i} (şilte, yatak veya yastığı kaplayan) yüz
borç veresiye alışveriş
{f} (saat) tik tak etmek, işlemek, çalışmak
{i} kredi
{f} off (listede bulunan bir maddenin) yanına işaret koymak: I need to tick off his name. Onun
{i} doğrulama işareti
{i} saat sesi
{f} işaretle
{f} tık tık etmek
mutlu bir şekilde yaşamak
(Ticaret) fiyat adımı
(Ticaret) veresiye alışveriş
kenek
tik tak
tick off
{f} azarlamak
tick over
rölantide çalışmak
tick off
paylamak
tick off
fırça çekmek
tick away
Zaman hızla geçmek
tick by
tarafından kene
tick mark
Onay işareti
tick off
azarla
tick on
üzerinde kene
tick over
(Motor) rölantide çalışmak
tick over
(İş) tıkırında gitmek
tick tack
kene tack
tick tack toe
Oyuncuların sırayla O ve X işaretleriyle diziler oluşturmaya çalıştıkları oyun
tick-borne
Kenelerle bulaşan, kene kaynaklı: "a tick-borne disease"
tick along
iyi gitmek (işler)
tick away
(zaman) acımasızca geçmek
tick born encephalitis
(Tıp) keneyle geçen ensefalit
tick by
zaman acımasızca geçmek
tick count
Tık Sayısı
tick off
{f} işaretlemek
tick off
(Fiili Deyim ) işaret koymak
tick over
rolântide çalışmak
tick over
tıkırında gitmek
tick past
zaman acımasızca geçmek
tick s.o. off
{k} birini sinirlendirmek/kızdırmak
tick size
(Ticaret) tick genişliği
tick tack
saat sesi
tick tack
işaretle bahisleri bildirme (at yarışı)
tick tack man
işaretle bahisleri bildiren adam (at yarışı)
tick tock
tik tak
tick up
tik koymak
tick value
(Ticaret) tick değeri
put a tick
İşaretlemek
tick off
(deyim) gıcık etmek
ticking
şilte
ticking
yastık yüzlüğü
ticking
kılıflık kumaş
click, tick, ticking
tıklatın, kene, geçiyor
deer tick
geyik kene
horse tick
at kene
What makes him tick
{k} Onu ayakta tutan şey ne?
buy on tick
veresiye almak
buy on tick
krediyle almak
fowl tick
kuş kenesi
horse tick
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) atsineği
in a tick
bir anda
in a tick
kaşla göz arasında
make makes sth. tick
{k} (deyim) neden boyle yapiyor,nicin onemlidir,neden boyle isliyor?
on the tick
dakikası dakikasına
on the tick
saniyesi saniyesine
on tick
dakikasında
on tick
dakikası dakikasına
on tick
{k} (deyim) veresiye
one tick
(Bilgisayar) tek çalışma
ticking
{i} şilte, yatak veya yastığın yüzünü yapmaya elverişli kumaş
ticking
tick işaretle/tıkırda
ticking
minder veya tente için kullanılan sıkı dokunmuş kumaş
ticking
yastık kılıfı kumaşı
ticking
minder kumaş
ticking
{i} tık tık
ticking
{i} kalın bez
to the tick
dakikası dakikasına
to the tick
saniyesi saniyesine
what makes him tick
dürten şey nedir
what makes him tick
(isim)sıl biridir, amacı ne, İstediği ne, dürten şey nedir
what makes him tick
amacı ne
what makes him tick
nasıl biridir
what makes him tick
İstediği ne
what makes someone tick
{k} (deyim) neden boyle yapiyor,nicin onemlidir,neden boyle isliyor?
wood tick
kene
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make a clicking noise similar to the movement of the hands in an analog clock
A sheet that wraps around a mattress
Ticking
A tiny woodland arthropod of the order Acarina
A short period of time, particularly a second

I'll be back in a tick.

a mark (✓) made to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement; checkmark

Indicate that you are willing to receive marketing material by putting a tick in the box.

A jiffy (unit of time defined by basic timer frequency)
A relatively quiet but sharp sound generally made repeatedly by moving machinery

The steady tick of the clock provided a comforting background for the conversation.

Credit, trust

I bought my groceries at the corner shop on tick.

A mark on any scale of measurement; a unit of measurement

At midday, the long bond is up a tick.

To make a tick mark
{v} to run a score, trust, strike, beat
{n} a score, account, doglouse, noise, ticken
This refers to a change in the price of a security An uptick occurs when the last trade in a security takes place at a higher price than the prior trade A downtick occurs when the last trade in a security takes place at a lower price than the prior trade An indicator may be fashioned from the difference between the number of NYSE issues showing upticks on the last trade and the number of NYSE issues showing downticks on the last trade This indicator is known as the TICK, and is found on many quote screens A TICK of +236 means 236 more NYSE issues last traded on upticks than those trading on downticks
Refers to a minimum change in price up or down See Point
The minimum price fluctuation for a futures contract Commonly used in reference to GNMA's and Treasury bond futures to indicate 1/32 of one percent par value
The cover, or case, of a bed, mattress, etc
{i} ticking sound; credit; small parasitic bloodsucking arachnid which can sometimes be the carrier of infectious diseases; light mattress; cover of a mattress or pillow; mark that indicates that something has been noted or done
If you tick something that is written on a piece of paper, you put a tick next to it. Please tick this box if you do not wish to receive such mailings
To make a small or repeating noise by beating or otherwise, as a watch does; to beat
(See minimum price fluctuation )
Any small mark intended to direct attention to something, or to serve as a check
A minimum change in price, up or down
A tick is the minimum movement by which the price of a security, option, or index changes With stocks, a tick may be little as one cent With US Treasury securities, the smallest increment is 1/32 of a point, or 31 25 cents, and with corporate and municipal bonds, it's 1/8 of a point, or $1 25 An uptick represents an increase in price, and a downtick a drop in price
Some of the species often attach themselves to the human body
The smallest allowable increment of price movement for a contract
Refers to the minimum change in price a security can have, either up or down Related: Point
sheet that wraps around a mattress
The young are active and have at first but six legs
any of two families of small parasitic arachnids with barbed proboscis; feed on blood of warm-blooded animals a light mattress a metallic tapping sound; "he counted the ticks of the clock"
short for ticket. Credit, trust
a mark indicating that something has been noted or completed etc ; "as he called the role he put a check mark by each student's name"
The whinchat; so called from its note
When filled with blood they become ovate, much swollen, and usually livid red in color
make a sound like a clock or a timer; "the clocks were ticking"; "the grandfather clock beat midnight"
put a check mark on or next to; "Please check each name on the list"; "tick off the items"
any of two families of small parasitic arachnids with barbed proboscis; feed on blood of warm-blooded animals
Minimum fluctuation in the price at which a security trades For example, a stock tick can be 1/8, 1/16, or even 1/32 (depending upon the units in which the stock trades) This term also applies to fluctuation in the prices of the market as a whole See also downtick, uptick, and zero-plus tick
The smallest allowable increment of price movement for a contract Also referred to as Minimum Price Fluctuation
A tick is a written mark like a V: ✓. It is used to show that something is correct or has been selected or dealt with. Place a tick in the appropriate box
Refers to a change in price, either up or down (See minimum price fluctuation )
The smallest possible price move
The tick refers to the movement or direction of the last trade This is represented as an up tick (+) or a down tick (-)
To check off by means of a tick or any small mark; to score
You can use tick to refer to a very short period of time. I'll be back in a tick = sec
See Ticking, n
Any one of several species of dipterous insects having a flattened and usually wingless body, as the bird ticks (see under Bird) and sheep tick (see under Sheep)
Refers to a change in price, either up or down (back to top)
The minimum increment in which prices are quoted for a given instrument
a mark () made to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement; checkmark
The standardised minimum price movement of a futures or options contract
A tick is a small creature which lives on the bodies of people or animals and uses their blood as food. chemicals that destroy ticks and mites. Credit or an amount of credit. Any of some 825 parasitic arachnid species (suborder Ixodida, order Parasitiformes), found worldwide. Adults may be slightly more than an inch (30 mm) long, but most species are much smaller. Hard ticks start and end each developmental stage egg, larva, nymph, adult on the ground; at the completion of each stage, they attach to a host (usually a mammal), engorge on blood, then drop to the ground. Soft ticks feed intermittently, pass through several nymphal stages, and live in the host's den or nest. Hard ticks may draw large amounts of blood, secrete paralyzing or lethal neurotoxins, and transmit diseases. Soft ticks may also carry diseases. The deer tick is the principal vector of Lyme disease
A small change in market price, either up or down
which contains the straw, feathers, hair, or other filling
Any one of numerous species of large parasitic mites which attach themselves to, and suck the blood of, cattle, dogs, and many other animals
To give tick; to trust
a metallic tapping sound; "he counted the ticks of the clock"
To go on trust, or credit
A quick, audible beat, as of a clock
This refers to a change in the price of a security, either up or down - as in up tick or down tick
If you talk about what makes someone tick, you are talking about the beliefs, wishes, and feelings that make them behave in the way that they do. He wanted to find out what made them tick
When a clock or watch ticks, it makes a regular series of short sounds as it works. A wind-up clock ticked busily from the kitchen counter. Tick away means the same as tick. A grandfather clock ticked away in a corner. + ticking tick·ing the endless ticking of clocks
Measurement of the movement in a stock price (See "Up Tick," "Down Tick")
a light mattress
make a sound like a clock or a timer; "the clocks were ticking"; "the grandfather clock beat midnight
Refers to a change in price, either up or down
sew; "tick a mattress"
A price movement
make a clicking or ticking sound; "The clock ticked away"
The minimum allowable price fluctuation (up or down) for a futures contract Different contracts have different size ticks Ticks can be stated in terms of price per unit of measure
tick away
To count down to zero (i.e. signaling the end (or start) of something)
tick box
A small space on a form in which a tick or cross may be placed as a response
tick boxes
plural form of tick box
tick down
To count the time down to zero
tick fever
any of various diseases transmitted by ticks
tick mark
A mark (often one of a series) made to show that an operation or task has been completed
tick off
To reprimand

Fred was ticked off by the teacher for playing around in class.

tick off
sign with a tick

I ticked off Harry today because he announced he was present.

tick off
to annoy, aggravate

It really ticks me off when people don't use proper punctuation marks.

tick over
To run smoothly and without problems

While the boss was on holiday, the deputy made sure things were ticking over' in the firm.

tick over
to idle (to run at a slow speed, or out of gear)
tick-tock
To make continual clicking sounds like that of an analog clock
tick tack toe
A game played by two people, each trying to make a line of three X's or three O's in a boxlike figure with nine spaces
tick away
If you say that the clock or time is ticking away, ticking by, or ticking on, you mean that time is passing, especially when there is something that needs to be done or when you are waiting for something to happen. The clock ticks away, leaving little time for talks
tick by
see tick away
tick fever
Any of various febrile diseases transmitted by ticks, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Texas fever
tick off
{f} indicate that something has been done or completed by putting a check mark or a tick next to it (e.g.: "I made a list of the things you have to do, please tick off each one when you complete it"); (Slang) irritate a person; make a person angry; upset someone (e.g.: "It ticks me off when a child talks back impolitely to an older person")
tick off
If you tick someone off, you speak angrily to them because they have done something wrong. His mum ticked him off at home Abdel felt free to tick him off for smoking too much Traffic police ticked off a pensioner for jumping a red light. see also ticking off = tell off
tick off
If you say that something ticks you off, you mean that it annoys you. I just think it's rude and it's ticking me off She's still ticked off at him for brushing her off and going out with you instead
tick off
put a check mark on or next to; "Please check each name on the list"; "tick off the items"
tick off
If you tick off items on a list, you write a tick or other mark next to them, in order to show that they have been dealt with. He ticked off my name on a piece of paper Tick it off in the box
tick on
see tick away
tick over
If an engine is ticking over, it is running at a low speed or rate, for example when it is switched on but you are not actually using it. Very slowly he moved forward, the engine ticking over. = idle
tick over
If a person, system, or business is ticking over, they are working steadily, but not producing very much or making much progress. The market is at least ticking over
tick over
run disconnected or idle; "the engine is idling"
tick trefoil
Any of various plants of the genus Desmodium, usually having trifoliolate compound leaves, racemes of small purplish or white flowers, and jointed seedpods with easily separable, one-seeded segments
tick trefoil
any of various tropical and subtropical plants having trifoliate leaves and rough sticky pod sections or loments
tick-tack-toe
game played on paper in which players try to get three X's or O's in a row
tick-tock
the regular sound that a large clock makes every second (From the sound)
tight as a tick
Drunk, inebriated

For there ain't no kickGetting tight as a tickWhen you know that you're not breaking the law.

tight as a tick
Fully inflated; swollen near to bursting

I blow it up until it's tight as a tick. Just below the skirt through which the lanyard passes, a tiny mouth whistles a single-note tune until the balloon's lungs are emptied.

tight as a tick
Unwilling to spend money

The last time she had visited, Sean's father, Tiny Tim, who was tight as a tick with his money, jovially presided over the place, one big yard filled with rusting cars.

deer tick
A hard-bodied tick of the scientific name Ixodes scapularis of the eastern and northern Midwestern United States
foul tick
A foul ball which just brushes by the bat making a ticking sound

The catcher held onto the foul tick for the out.

straw tick
A bed mattress made from a coarse cotton material, or shoddy, and filled with (usually) straw
straw tick
Also used to refer to the empty mattress bag

A feather bed was good forever, but the life of a straw tick was from thrashing to thrashing.

ticked
Simple past tense and past participle of tick
ticking
Present participle of tick
ticking
An illusional style of dance where one moves his or her body to the "tic" of the music creating a strobe or animated effect
ticking
A marking that occurs on some horses. It involves white flecks of hair at the flank, and white hairs at the base of the tail, called a skunk tail or rabicano. Sometimes referred to as birdcatcher ticks
ticking
{n} a strong cloth for bedcases
A tick
tike
Ticking
tick
cattle tick
A brown tick (Boophilus annulatus) whose bite transmits the causative agent of Texas fever in cattle
deer tick
Any of several ticks of the genus Ixodes that are parasitic on deer and other animals and transmit the infectious agents of febrile diseases, such as Lyme disease
hard tick
ticks having a hard shield on the back and mouth parts that project from the head
horse tick
winged fly parasitic on horses
seed tick
The tiny six-legged larva of a tick, smaller than the eight-legged nymph
sheep tick
A wingless louselike fly (Melophagus ovinus) that is parasitic to sheep, causing skin irritations that result in loss of wool. Also called sheep ked
sheep-tick
parasitic on sheep and cattle as well as humans; can transmit looping ill in sheep (acute viral disease of the nervous system); a vector for Lyme disease spirochete
soft tick
tick lacking a dorsal shield and having mouth parts on the under side of the head
ticked
Ticked off; annoyed
ticked
Past and past participle of tick
ticked
{s} angry; annoyed
ticking
‑ A strong, durable cotton or linen fabric used for upholstery and mattress covering
ticking
A tightly woven, very durable fabric, usually made of cotton, and used for covering mattresses, box springs, pillows, and work clothes The fabric can be made by using a plain, satin, or twill weave construction
ticking
a sound of something ticking
ticking
a thick strong cotton cloth used for making mattress and pillow covers (tick (15-20 centuries), probably from tike)
ticking
{i} clicking, tapping
ticking
a strong fabric used for mattress and pillow covers
ticking
When used in reference to Bengals, ticking is an excess of banded (agouti) hairs in the background color This reduces the contrast between the markings and the background color, and in severe cases tends to obscure the pattern Excessive ticking is considered undesirable All Bengals have some degree of ticking, but the less ticking, the better
ticking
Ticking is the outer fabric covering on a sleep set
ticking
A strong, closely woven linen or cotton fabric, of which ticks for beds are made
ticking
a metallic tapping sound; "he counted the ticks of the clock"
ticking
a strong cotton or linen fabric used to cover pillows and mattresses
ticking
It is usually twilled, and woven in stripes of different colors, as white and blue; called also ticken
ticking
A tightly woven, very durable fabric, usually made of cotton, and used for covering mattresses, box springs and pillows Ticking may be of launderable fabric, and is usually removable Down filled pillows require closely woven ticking fabric and calendered finish to prevent the fine down fibers from coming through the top or bottom layers
ticking
A (usually striped) cotton or linen fabric used for mattress covers, slipcovers and curtains
ticking
A compactly woven, striped cotton cloth that often has a white background with blue or brown stripes in the motif In apparel, it is used for sportswear and work clothes
ticking
A striped cotton or linen fabric used for mattress covers, slipcovers and curtains
ticking
A heavy twill made with a colored yarn stripe in the warp
ticks
Upward or downward price movements in a security or index A downtick is the sale of a security at a price below the preceding sale An uptick is a sale executed at a price higher than the preceding sale
ticks
third-person singular of tick
ticks
plural of , tick
ticks
Upward or downward price movements in a security or index A downtick is the sale of a security at a price below the preceding deal An uptick is a sale executed at a price higher than the preceding sale For stocks, ticks are in 1/8 increments For bonds, a tick can be a move of 1/32 BACK TO TOP
ticks
The minimum upward or downward movement in the price of a security Down Ticks, Up Ticks and Zero Plus Ticks, these are all-important types of ticks An "Up Tick" occurs when a stock trades higher than the previous trade on the bid or offer "Down Ticks" occur when a stock's execution price is lower that the previous execution price trades at a price lower than the current bid or offer, remember the stock has to trade A Zero Plus Tick happens when a stock Up Ticks on a trade and the following trade is executed at the same price level One thing to note, NASD rules states; you may only short stock on an Up Tick or a Zero Plus Tick
ticks
small spider-like insects that may carry Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever or Lyme disease occur most frequently in May and June in areas visited by ungulates (sheep, etc ) check hair and clothing often for ticks, especially if bushwacking or walking and sitting in grassy clearings
ticks
Ticks can invade your home through your pets If you are having a tick problem let Pest-Pro! help!
ticks
units of time
up-tick
a small increase; "the up-tick in terrorist activity
water tick
Same as Water mite
what makes people tick
motive or explanation of a person's behavior
wood tick
common tick that can transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia
wood tick
Any of various ticks of the genus Dermacentor, that live in or on wood and transmit the microorganism that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia in humans
wood tick
Any one of several species of ticks of the genus Ixodes whose young cling to bushes, but quickly fasten themselves upon the bodies of any animal with which they come in contact
wood tick
When they attach themselves to the human body they often produce troublesome sores
wood tick
The common species of the Northern United States is Ixodes unipunctata
Türkçe - İngilizce

tick teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

tick değeri
(Ticaret) tick value
tick genişliği
(Ticaret) tick size
tick