twig

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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
dalcık
twigs
çerçöp
hop the twig
kuyruğu titretmek
twiggy
incecik
a twig
bir dal
hop the twig
ölmek
twiggy
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
lime-twig
A twig used for catching birds that is smeared with birdlime
twiggy
Thin and angular
A twig
twist
lime twig
See under 4th Lime
twiggy
having many twigs
twiggy
{s} of or pertaining to twigs; resembling a twig, thin, slender; full of twigs, full of shoots or offshoots
twiggy
resembling a twig
twiggy
Of or pertaining to a twig or twigs; like a twig or twigs; full of twigs; abounding with shoots
twigs
plural of twig
twigs
third-person singular of twig
twig

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    twîg

    Telaffuz

    /ˈtwəg/ /ˈtwɪɡ/

    Etimoloji

    [ '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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