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İngilizce - Türkçe

Lastik parçasını buldum. - I found the track of the tire.

Lastikleri kontrol eder misin? - Will you check the tires?


Eski tekerlekleri yenisiyle değiştir. - Replace the old tires with new ones.

araba lâstiği

Tom'un araba lastiğini değiştirmesi uzun sürdü. - It took Tom a long time to change the tire.

Sokakta aşağıya doğru yürürken iki beyaz kedinin bir araba lastiğinin kenarına işediğini gördüm. - While walking down the street, I saw two white cats pissing near a car tire.

{f} dekore etmek
dış lastik

Herkes yorulmuş görünüyor. - Everybody seems to be tired.

Tom beklemekten yorulmuş olmalı. - Tom must be getting tired of waiting.

(Otomotiv) lastik taşıt lastiği
(Askeri) araç lastiği
(Otomotiv) oto dış lastiği
(Otomotiv) dışlastik
{f} yorul

Ayrıca o çok yoruldu, yürüyemiyor. - She was so tired that she couldn't walk.

Öğretmekten çok yoruldum. - I am very tired from teaching.

bitkin olmak
{f} usanmak
{f} bıkmak
i., oto. lastik; dışlastik
lâstik takmak

Eve yağlı elbiselerle çok yorgun olarak geldim. - I came home very tired and with greasy clothes.

(Tıp) Yorulmak, bitkinleşmek
{f} bıktırmak; of -den bıkmak, -den usanmak
bitkinlik tire of bıkmak

Mayuko yorgunluktan ölüyordu. - Mayuko was tired to death.

Yorgunluktan artık yürümeye hâli kalmamıştı. - He was too tired to walk any more.

{f} süslemek
{i} başörtüsü
(Tıp) Yormak, yorgunluk vermek, bitkinleştirmek
Türkçe - Türkçe

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(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Karanlık. Bulanık
Pamuk ipliğinden yapılmış
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Kısa çizgi
Uzun çizgi
Dikişte kullanılan pamuk ipliği
Kısa çizme
Dikişte kullanılan pamuk ipliği: "Parmak uçlarında ince ince delik çorapları renkli tire ile iliştiriyordu."- M. Yesarî
Pamuk ipliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
To bore
To dress or adorn
Metal rim of a wheel
Dress, clothes, attire

men like apes follow the fashions in tires, gestures, actions: if the king laugh, all laugh .

Accoutrements, accessories
To become bored or impatient (with)
{v} to fatigue or be fatigued, harass, dress
{n} a rank, row, headdress, furniture, base
To become weary; to be fatigued; to have the strength fail; to have the patience exhausted; as, a feeble person soon tires
A covering for the head; a headdress
exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike"
cause to be bored
To seize, rend, or tear something as prey; to be fixed upon, or engaged with, anything
A hoop or band, as of metal, on the circumference of the wheel of a vehicle, to impart strength and receive the wear
To make sleepy or weary
A tier, row, or rank
The part of the wheel that comes in contact with the ground
A tire is the same as a tyre. to start to feel tired, or make someone feel tired. Rubber cushion that fits around a wheel and usually contains compressed air. Solid-rubber tires were used on road vehicles until they were replaced by air-filled pneumatic tires, which, although first patented by Robert Thomson (1822-1873) in 1845, came into common use only when John Dunlop (1840-1921) put them on bicycles in 1888 and the French manufacturer Michelin began to produce them for motor vehicles. The tire consisted of an inner tube containing compressed air that was covered by an outer rubber casing to provide traction. In the 1950s tubeless tires became standard on most automobiles. Improved tire construction produced the radial-ply tire
A child's apron, covering the breast and having no sleeves; a pinafore; a tier
{f} make exhausted, make weary
hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air" exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike" get tired of something or somebody
To exhaust the strength of, as by toil or labor; to exhaust the patience of; to wear out (one's interest, attention, or the like); to weary; to fatigue; to jade
standard solid, cushion solid, pneumatic or solid pneumatic style tire
To seize, pull, and tear prey, as a hawk does
Attire; apparel
To adorn; to attire; to dress
get tired of something or somebody
If you tire of something, you no longer wish to do it, because you have become bored of it or unhappy with it. He felt he would never tire of international cricket = weary
If something tires you or if you tire, you feel that you have used a lot of energy and you want to rest or sleep. If driving tires you, take the train He tired easily, though he was unable to sleep well at night
{i} rubber tube fixed around the wheel of a vehicle
A tall monument Usage: "Lord willin' and the creek don't rise, I sure do hope to see that Eiffel Tire in Paris sometime "
Furniture; apparatus; equipment
To become sleepy or weary
The casing-and-tread assembly that is mounted on a vehicle to provide pneumatically cushioned contact and traction with the road
hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
People usually think that tires are made of rubber This is understandable, because rubber is all that you can see A tire is actually made up of three parts: The beads are two hoops of strong steel wire (or, sometimes Kevlar ® ) The cords, cloth forming the body of the tire, woven between the two beads Most modern tires use nylon cords The rubber, which covers all the other parts The rubber on the part that contacts the road is thicker, and is called the tread A bicycle tire is not airtight by itself, so it uses an inner tube, which is basically a doughnut-shaped rubber balloon The inner tube has a valve to allow you to blow it up
The rubber covering on a wheel
deplete; "exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"
Türkçe - İngilizce
{i} hyphen
(Bilgisayar) em-dash
(Bilgisayar) em dash
cotton thread
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