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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ince dal

O demetlerin içine ince dallar bağladı. - He tied the twigs into bundles.

(deyim) idrak etmek
{i} dal

O bıçak ile ağaçtan ince bir dal kesti. - He cut a twig from the tree with his knife.

Ağacın pek çok sürgünleri ve dalları vardır. - The tree has too many twigs and branches.

{f} çakmak
{i} sürgün

Ağacın pek çok sürgünleri ve dalları vardır. - The tree has too many twigs and branches.

{i} maden arama çubuğu
{f} incelemek
{f} k.dili. çakmak, anlamak, kavramak
{f} anlamak
{i} dal (ince)
iyice bakmak
{f} kavramak
hop the twig
kuyruğu titretmek
a twig
bir dal
hop the twig
sürgünlü/sürgünle ilgili
İngilizce - İngilizce
A small thin branch of a tree or bush
To realise something; to 'catch on'

He hasn't 'twigged' that we're planning a surprise party for him.

{n} a small shoot of a branch, switch, sprout
{f} understand; notice, observe
To take a liking to, as in, "One particular deva twigged to the idea of interfering with the Blood War "
understand, usually after some initial difficulty; "She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"
branch out in a twiglike manner; "The lightning bolt twigged in several directions
If you twig, you suddenly realize or understand something. Then I twigged that they were illegal immigrants By the time she'd twigged what it was all about it was too late. The current style; the fashion. a small very thin stem of wood that grows from a branch on a tree. twigged twigging to suddenly realize something about a situation
{i} small branch, shoot, offshoot, sprig; small branch of a nerve or blood vessel (Anatomy)
1 a stem smaller than 4 cm diameter, within a branch system As cited in
small branch or division of a branch; usually applied to branches of the current or preceding year
the smallest division of a branch
To understand the meaning of; to comprehend; as, do you twig me? To observe slyly; also, to perceive; to discover
A small shoot representing the growth of the previous season
A twig is a very small thin branch that grows out from a main branch of a tree or bush
A small shoot or branch of a tree or other plant, of no definite length or size
To beat with twigs
branch out in a twiglike manner; "The lightning bolt twigged in several directions"
To realise something; to catch on
A small store operated by a department store that carries only a very limited amount of merchandise, usually focusing on a few related items
To twitch; to pull; to tweak
I twig you; do you twig my meaning? I catch your meaning; I understand (Irish, twigim, I notice )
Stem 1 year old or less Usually applied to a stem not including the leaves
twig snake
a venomous snake from the genus Thelotornis
twig snakes
plural form of twig snake
twig blight
a disease of the ends of twigs of woody plants
twig borer
Any of various small beetles or moths whose larvae bore into the twigs of certain trees, especially fruit trees
A twig used for catching birds that is smeared with birdlime
Thin and angular
A twig
lime twig
See under 4th Lime
having many twigs
{s} of or pertaining to twigs; resembling a twig, thin, slender; full of twigs, full of shoots or offshoots
resembling a twig
Of or pertaining to a twig or twigs; like a twig or twigs; full of twigs; abounding with shoots
plural of twig
third-person singular of twig

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    /ˈtwəg/ /ˈtwɪɡ/


    [ 'twig ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English twigge, from Proto-Germanic *twīǥan (compare West Frisian twiich, Dutch twijg, German Zweig), from Proto-Indo-European *dwigha (compare Old Church Slavonic dvigŭ 'branch', Albanian degë 'id.'), from *dwó 'two'. More at two.

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