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İngilizce - Türkçe
çırpışmak
{f} kanat çırpmak
titremek
çırpınış
{i} pırpır etme
(Havacılık) flater
(Havacılık) telaşlanmak
pır pır etme
çırpışmak
pır pır etmek
pırlamak
karmaşa
(Tıp) fluter
(Havacılık) bahis
sallamak
(sağa sola ya da aşağı yukarı) hareket etmek
kanat çırpma
uçmak
telaş
(kanat) çırpmak
heyecan
{f} çırpın

Odaya girerken kalbi çırpındı. - Her heart fluttered as he entered the room.

(isim) titreme, heyecan, çalkalanma, çırpınma; telâş, asabiyet; (hav.) kanat sarsıntısı; (tib.) titreme, kalp ritmi bozukluğu
flitter
çırpınmak
flutter
{i} çarpıntı
flutter
heyecan vermek
flutter
kanat sarsıntısı
flutter
{f} (rüzgârda) titremek veya hafifçe dalgalanmak
flutter
telâşa düşürmek
flutter
dalgalanmak
flutter
çarpıntılı olmak
flutter
pırpır etmek
flutter
(Askeri) SARSINTI: Ani bir sarsıntı ile, örneğin bir fırtına sarsıntısı ile, bir makine veya aletin herhangi bir parçasında meydana gelen ve makina parçalarının reaksiyonu ile tadil edilen titreşim
flutter
çırpınmak
flutter
asabiyet
flutter
düzensiz hareket etmek
flutter
(Tıp) Titreşim şeklinde devamlı hareket, birbirini izleyen sürekli atım,titreşim, çarpıntı
flutter
kalp ritmi
flutter
sallanmak
flutter
telâş etmek
flutter
titretmek
flutter
{f} (kanatlarını) çırpmak
flutter
çalkalanma
flutter
{f} çabuk çabuk sallamak
flutter
{i} küçük oynama (kumar)
flutter
kımıldatmak
flutter
{f} çırpınır gibi düşmek
flutter
kanatlarını çırpmak
flutter
(isim) çırpınma, çarpıntı, telaş, pırpır etme, heyecan, küçük oynama (kumar)
İngilizce - İngilizce
flitter
An abnormal rapid pulsation of the heart
To cause something to flap
The act of fluttering
A small bet or risky investment

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To flap or wave quickly but irregularly

flags fluttering in the wind.

{n} a motion, hurry, confusion, fright
{v} to fly heavily, hurry confuse, disorder
An extremely fast heart beat (200 -350 bpm) usually occurring only in the atria Flutter is different than fibrillation in that flutter is a coordinated beat Press the "back" button to return to where you came from
a state of agitation
a small bet
Hurry; tumult; agitation of the mind; confusion; disorder
To vibrate or move quickly; as, a bird flutters its wings
The act of fluttering; quick and irregular motion; vibration; as, the flutter of a fan
{f} flap, wave; (about the heart) beat; vibrate, tremble, quiver; confuse, agitate; run about aimlessly
If you have a flutter, you have a small bet on something such as a horse race. I had a flutter on five horses. = bet
If something light such as a small bird or a piece of paper flutters somewhere, it moves through the air with small quick movements. The paper fluttered to the floor The birds were active, whirring and fluttering among the trees
If something thin or light flutters, or if you flutter it, it moves up and down or from side to side with a lot of quick, light movements. Her chiffon skirt was fluttering in the night breeze. a butterfly fluttering its wings. the fluttering white lace handkerchief. Flutter is also a noun. a flutter of white cloth
the motion made by flapping up and down
A phenomenon whereby the elevator or aileron control surface begins to oscillate violently in flight This can sometimes cause the surface to break away from the aircraft and cause a crash There are many reasons for this, but the most common are excessive hinge gap or excessive "slop" in the pushrod connections and control horns If you ever hear a low-pitched buzzing sound, reduce throttle and land immediately
move back and forth very rapidly; "the candle flickered"
Rapid oscillation of a wing or control surface Usually appears only at high speed and is often caused by excessive gaps between wing and control surface, or by inadequately stiff control rods, or in the case of a wing insufficiently stiff structure
A rapid heart beat
Rapid changes in the speed of a phono turntable or tape transport that can cause a wavering of the musical pitch
Of a winged animal: to flap the wings without flying; to fly with a light flapping of the wings
The airship which belongs to the Casket family
A self-induced oscillating motion of improperly designed rotor blades
Modulation in the 10-12 Hz range
a disorderly outburst or tumult; "they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused"
1) High-frequency variations in pitch of a recorded waveform due to fast speed variations in a recorder or playback machine 2) Originally, and more formally, any variations (fast or slow) in pitch of a recorded tone due to speed fluctuations in a recorder or playback unit
the act of moving back and forth
In sound, rapid period variation of frequency caused by unsteadiness of the film or tape drive
A very weak specimen of a fop, in the Belle's Stratagem, by Mrs Cowley
To drive in disorder; to throw into confusion
wink briefly; "bat one's eyelids"
An aeroelastic self-excited vibration in which the external source of energy is the airstream and which depends on the elastic, inertial and dissipative forces of the system in addition to the aerodynamic forces
High-frequency variations in pitch of a recorded waveform due to fast speed variations in a recorder or playback machine Or: Originally, and more formally, any variations (fast or slow) in pitch of a recorded tone due to speed fluctuations in a recorder or playback unit
{i} flapping or fluttering movement; agitated state, nervousness, excitedness; commotion; abnormally fast heartbeat; rapid change in pitch
abnormally rapid beating of the auricles of the heart (especially in a regular rhythm); can result in heart block
A rapid, periodic variation, in tape speed caused by uneven tension between the tape reels
To flap or wave quickly but irregularly; as, flags fluttering in the wind
The rapid, ineffective contractions of any heart chamber A flutter is considered to be more coordinated than fibrillation
beat rapidly; "His heart palpitated"
To cause something to flutter
ineffective contractions of the heart muscles
move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
to flutter