tuck

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} sıkıştırmak
(içine) sokmak
börek [brit.]
şal
{f} tıkmak
{f} tepmek
geminin kıç kuruzu
{i} abur cubur
pli
pasta/şeker/vb
kırma
{f} katla
katlamak
dili iştahla yeme
tuck away in İng
elbise kırması
kambur çıkarma [spor.]
{f} kıvrılmak
yiyecek [brit.]
altına kıvırmak
yemek
{f} in içine tıkmak, içine sokmak: Tuck your shirt in! Gömleğinin eteğini beline sok!
çörek [brit.]
{f} under altına koymak: Tuck it under your arm! Onu
{f} kıstırmak
{f} kıvırmak
{f} sokmak
sıkıştrıvermek
üstünü örtüp etrafını tıkmak
{f} tıkıştırmak
içine tıkmak
kat kat edip küçültmek
içine sokmak
(Muzik) davul veya boru sesi
söküş
kambur çıkarma
börek
çörek
yiyecek
tuck in
sokmak
tuck in
içine tıkmak
tuck in
içine sokmak
tuck in
tıkıştırmak
tuck under
altına koymak
tuck away
emin/gizli bir yere koymak
tuck away
ortadan kaldırmak
tuck away
sakla
tuck in
iştahla yemek
tuck in
yumulmak
tuck in
tıkıştır
tuck in
sokuşturmak
tuck of
sokmak ve
tuck on
tuck üzerinde
tuck up
Giysiyi pantolonun içine sokmak
tuck away
tıka basa doldurmak
tuck away
saklamak
tuck away
gizlemek
tuck in
sokuvermek
tuck in
(deyim) iştahlı iştahlı yemek,atıştırmak
tuck in
kıvırmak
tuck in
sarmak
tuck in
İng., k.dili. yemek yemeye başlamak
tuck in
tıkmak
tuck in
tıka basa yemek
tuck in
içeri sokmak
tuck in
tıkınmak
tuck into
ağzını tıka basa doldurmak
tuck into
(Fiili Deyim ) obur obur yemek
tuck into
iştahla yemek
tuck into
zevkle yemek
tuck into something
yumulmak
tuck pleat
(Tekstil) kıvırma pile
tuck pointing
gömme derzleme
tuck s.o. in
(gece uykusuna yatırılan) çocuğun üstünü örtmek
tuck s.t. away
bir şeyi saklamak/gizlemek
tuck up
kıvırmak
tuck up
sıvamak
tuck up
katlamak
tuck up
sarmak
tuck up
sarmalamak
tuck up
kıvrılmak
tuck up one's legs
ayaklarını toplamak
tuck up one's legs
kıvrılmak
tuck#away
sakla
tummy tuck
mide tuck
nip and tuck
at başı beraber
be nip and tuck
kafa kafaya gitmek
be nip and tuck
başabaş gitmek
be nip and tuck
başa baş gitmek
nip and tuck
{s} ne yapıp yapıp
nip and tuck
{s} başabaş
nip and tuck
{s} kafa kafaya
nip and tuck
{s} çok çekişmeli
nip and tuck
{s} ucu ucuna
pin tuck
(Tekstil) dar ve süslü pli
tuck in
tıka basa yeme
tuck in
tıkınma
İngilizce - İngilizce
To push the end (or ends) of a fabric-based item out of sight - as in "tuck in your shirt" or "I tucked in the sheet"
A curled position
A fold in fabric that has been stiched in place from end to end, as to reduce the overall dimension of the fabric piece
To fit neatly

Kenwood House is tucked into a corner of Hampstead Heath.

To sew folds
To curl into a ball; to fold up and hold one's legs

The diver tucked, flipped, and opened up at the last moment.

snack food. Derived from the expression "to tuck in to one's food" meaning "to eat up", "to guzzle"
A plastic surgery technique to remove excess skin
To place somewhere safe or somewhat hidden

He tucked the $10 bill into his shirt pocket.

{n} a kind of long narrow sword, net, fold
{v} to lie close, inclose, fold, draw, full
Holding the knees tightly into the chest
A pull; a lugging
A small net used for taking fish from a larger one; called also tuck-net
{f} put into a small or narrow place, thrust into, push in the ends of, insert; draw up in folds, pleat
to curl into a ball; to fold up and hold ones legs
An aerodynamic position assumed in downhill skiing The skier basically squats above the skis, with the arms brought in tight against the body
To contract; to draw together
You can use tuck to refer to a form of plastic surgery which involves reducing the size of a part of someone's body. She'd undergone 13 operations, including a tummy tuck
eatables (especially sweets)
A horizontal sewed fold, such as is made in a garment, to shorten it; a plait
Food; pastry; sweetmeats
make a tuck or several folds in; "tuck the fabric"; "tuck in the sheet
(sports) a bodily position adopted in some sports (such as diving or skiing) in which the knees are bent and the thighs are drawn close to the chest
To inclose; to put within; to press into a close place; as, to tuck a child into a bed; to tuck a book under one's arm, or into a pocket
To full, as cloth
a narrow flattened pleat or fold that is stitched in place (sports) a bodily position adopted in some sports (such as diving or skiing) in which the knees are bent and the thighs are drawn close to the chest eatables (especially sweets) fit snugly into; "insert your ticket into the slot"; "tuck your shirtail in"
make a tuck or several folds in; "tuck the fabric"; "tuck in the sheet"
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
A long, narrow sword; a rapier
to eat food
a compact, aerodynamic body position in which the back of the skier is essentially parallel to the surface of the skis
A position where the knees are bent and drawn into the chest, with the upper body folded at the waist at angle of greater than 45° from the upper legs
snack food. Derived from the expression "to tuck in food" meaning "to eat up", "to guzzle"
to push in one material under another - as in "tuck in your shirt" or "I tucked in my shirt" etc"
To draw up; to shorten; to fold under; to press into a narrower compass; as, to tuck the bedclothes in; to tuck up one's sleeves
To make a tuck or tucks in; as, to tuck a dress
The part of a vessel where the ends of the bottom planks meet under the stern
a position in which the knees and hips are bent and drawn into the chest; the body is folded at the waist
The end portions of the top or bottom flaps of a folding paper box (carton) which are inserted inside the container to hold the end (top or bottom) flaps in place Various types of cuts and shapes of tuck ends have been developed to hold the flaps, the most common being a pair of notches at the fold which engage the side flaps and hold the end flaps in place
The beat of a drum
fit snugly into; "insert your ticket into the slot"; "tuck your shirtail in"
a way to make a shirt have a fitted look by folding the back of the shirt in a specific way
If you tuck something somewhere, you put it there so that it is safe, comfortable, or neat. He tried to tuck his flapping shirt inside his trousers She found a rose tucked under the windscreen wiper of her car one morning
draw fabric together and sew it tightly
a narrow flattened pleat or fold that is stitched in place
tuck box
a hamper, taken to boarding school by students, containing food (such as confectionery) provided by parents
tuck boxes
plural form of tuck box
tuck in
To push the fabric at the bottom of a shirt under the pants
tuck in
To start to eat

Tuck in, before the food goes cold.

tuck in
To pull the blankets or duvet up over (someone in bed); to put (someone) to bed

She tucked in her young son and turned out the light.

tuck into
To eat, especially with gusto

Well-heeled tourists tuck into French cuisine at Cardin's elegant new Maxim's de Pékin.

tuck shop
a shop selling confectionery, especially one near a school
tuck shops
plural form of tuck shop
tuck and roll
Tucking the head between the legs and grabing the knees and rolling out of it in an attempt to stop the impact of a fall
tuck roll
(tuck and roll) Tucking the head between the legs and grabing the knees and rolling out of it in an attempt to stop the impact of a fall
tuck up
If you tuck a child up in bed, you tuck them in. (BRIT) "She tucked them up in bed.", "He mostly stayed at home tucking up the children.", "She had gone to work believing Helen was safely tucked up in bed."
tuck away
If someone or something is tucked away, they are well hidden in a quiet place where very few people go. We were tucked away in a secluded corner of the room
tuck away
eat up; usually refers to a considerable quantity of food; "My son tucked in a whole pizza"
tuck away
hide away, conceal; eat a lot, gobble up food
tuck away
If you tuck away something such as money, you store it in a safe place. The extra income has meant Phillippa can tuck away the rent I tucked the box away in the linen drawer
tuck box
a box for storing eatables (especially at boarding school)
tuck in
eat up; usually refers to a considerable quantity of food; "My son tucked in a whole pizza"
tuck in
eat up; usually refers to a considerable quantity of food; "My son tucked in a whole pizza
tuck in
If you tuck a child in bed or tuck them in, you make them comfortable by straightening the sheets and blankets and pushing the loose ends under the mattress. I read Lili a story and tucked her in her own bed My mother would tuck me in, turn out the lights and tiptoe out
tuck in
put to sleep, pull the blankets closely about someone going to bed; eat with an appetite; drink with thirst
tuck in
If you tuck in a piece of material, you keep it in position by placing one edge or end of it behind or under something else. For example, if you tuck in your shirt, you place the bottom part of it inside your trousers or skirt. `Probably,' I said, tucking in my shirt Tuck the sheets in firmly
tuck into
If someone tucks into a meal or tucks in, they start eating enthusiastically or hungrily. She tucked into a breakfast of bacon and eggs Tuck in, it's the last hot food you'll get for a while
tuck pointing
The final tooling or pointing of a raked out mortar joint
tuck pointing
To remove old and deteriorated mortar from between masonry blocks and replace it with new mortar
tuck pointing
The filling in with fresh mortar of removed defective mortar joints in masonry
tuck pointing
The finishing of joints along the center lines with a narrow ridge of putty or fine lime mortar
tuck shop
a candy store in Great Britain
tuck up
If you tuck a child up in bed, you tuck them in. She tucked them up in bed He mostly stayed at home tucking up the children She had gone to work believing Helen was safely tucked up in bed
tuck up
cuddle in a blanket, wrap oneself in a blanket
tummy tuck
abdominoplasty
tummy tuck
cosmetic surgery of the abdomen to remove wrinkles and tighten the skin over the stomach
tummy tuck
{i} abdominoplasty, cosmetic surgery for the removal of excess flesh and fatty tissue from the abdomen
nip and tuck
minor cosmetic surgery that tightens loose skin
nip and tuck
so evenly matched that the advantage shifts from one to the other, and the outcome is uncertain
Friar Tuck
a fat and cheerful monk (=a member of an all-male religious group) , who enjoys eating and drinking, and appears in old English stories about Robin Hood as one of his followers. Friar Tuck
nip and tuck
{i} small cosmetic surgery for tightening the wrinkles of the face
nip and tuck
{s} neck and neck; not decisive as to outcome
nip and tuck
So close that the advantage or lead shifts from one to another and is virtually indeterminable
tucked
having tucked or being tucked; "tightly tucked blankets"; "a fancy tucked shirt
tucked
past of tuck
tucked
having tucked or being tucked; "tightly tucked blankets"; "a fancy tucked shirt"
tucks
plural of tuck
tucks
third-person singular of tuck
tuck