wagon

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yük arabası
vagon

Vagonlar yiyecek arayışı için her gün dışarı çıkıyorlardı. - Wagons would go out each day in search of food.

Beş yüz vagon ile başladılar. - They started with five hundred wagons.

{i} dört tekerlekli yük arabası
{i} yük vagonu
{i} katar
dört tekerlekli atlı yük arabası
üzerinde yiyecek taşınan küçük el arabası
{i} dört tekerlekli, üstü açık oyuncak araba
tekerlekli servis masası
waggon dört tekerlekli yük arabası
{i} İng., d.y. yük vagonu
içkiyi bı
zırhlı savaş gemisi
dört tekerlekli açık oyuncak araba
tevkif edilenleri taşımaya mahsus polis arabası
araba

Tom hâlâ steyşın araba kullanıyor mu? - Does Tom still drive a station wagon?

wagon lit
yataklı tren
wagon train
yük treni
wagon vault
yuvarlak tonoz
wagon wheel
vagon tekeri
wagon-lit
yataklı vagon
wagon-lit
vagonli
wagon roof
vagon damı, tonozlu çatı
wagon lit
yataklı vagon
wagon train
marşandiz
water wagon
su arabası
fix someone's wagon
(deyim) hakkından gelmek
goods wagon
yük vagonu
station wagon
steyşın araba

Tom hâlâ steyşın araba kullanıyor mu? - Does Tom still drive a station wagon?

station wagon
(Otomotiv) steyşin vagon
tank wagon
sarnıç vagonu
tipping wagon
vagonet
covered wagon
kapalı vagon
fix sb's wagon
hakkından gelmek
masscuite wagon
lapa arabası
paddy wagon
emniyet arabası
patrol wagon
tutuklu nakil arabası
station wagon
kaptıkaçtı
tea wagon
çay servis arabası
tea wagon
tekerlekli servis masası
waggon
yük vagonu
waggon
at arabası
waggon
dört tekerlekli yük arabası
waggon
kağnı
band wagon
grup vagon
conestoga wagon
Conestoga vagon
fall off the wagon
vagon düşmek
fall off the wagon
(deyim) Alkole başlamak, kendini içkiye vurmak, içkiye başlamak

When her husband died, she fell off the wagon.

fell off the wagon
vagon düştü
fix one's wagon
(deyim) Hakkından gelmek, dersini vermek, canını yakmak
fix so.'s wagon
saptamak o kadar. 'vagon s
jag wagon
(Argo) İşe yaramaz kimse

He is useless just a jag wagon I went to school with.

meat wagon
Cenaze arabası
meat wagon
Ambulans
paddy wagon
tutukluların taşındığı polis arabası
tank wagon
sarnıç vagon
tower wagon
kule vagon
wagons
vagonları
Waggon
Büyükayı takımyıldızı
Waggon
Arabacı takımyıldızı
ammunition wagon
cephane arabası
be off the water wagon
içkiyi bırakmamak
be on the water wagon
içkiyi bırakmış olmak
bogie tank wagon
dört dingilli sarnıç vagonu
covered bogie wagon
dört dingilli kapalı vagon
dinner wagon
(isim) servis arabası
dinner wagon
{i} servis arabası
dumping wagon
damperli vagon
dumping wagon
devirmeli vagon
fix s.o.'s wagon
{k} birinin hakkından gelmek
fix s.o.'s wagon
{k} birini mahvetmek
go on the water wagon
içkiyi bırakmak
hitch one's wagon to a star
(deyim) gözü yükseklerde olmak
lining of refrigerator wagon
soğuk hava vagonu izolasyonu
on the wagon
{k} içkiyi bırakmış durumda
on the wagon
içkiyi bırakmış
on the wagon
{k} (deyim) icki icmeme,agzina icki koymama
station wagon
kamyonet
station wagon
steyşın vagon
station wagon
steyşın

Tom hâlâ steyşın araba kullanıyor mu? - Does Tom still drive a station wagon?

station wagon
pikap

Tom bir kamyon sürüyor ve karısı bir pikap sürüyor. - Tom drives a truck and his wife drives a station wagon.

Tom bir pikap sürebilir mi? - Does Tom drive a station wagon?

tipping wagon
damperli vagon
transport wagon
(Askeri) top nakil aracı
transport wagon
(Askeri) TOP NAKİL ARACI: Mevziler arasında ağır sahra toplarını bir mevziden diğer mevzie taşıyan araç
waggon
i., İng., bak. wagon
waggon
arabacı takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
waggon
büyükayı takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
waggon
{i} katar
waggon
yük vagonu/yük araba
waggon
{i} yük arabası
waggon
büyükayı [(Astronomi) ]
İngilizce - İngilizce
A derogatory term for a woman; bitch; slapper; cow

page 8: “Well fuck yeh, yeh stuck-up little wagon.”.

A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads
A truck, or lorry
A paddy wagon
A station wagon (or SUV)
A child's riding toy, four-wheeled and pulled or steered by a long handle in the front
To travel in a wagon
To transport by means of a wagon
A wheeled carriage; a vehicle on four wheels, and usually drawn by horses; especially, one used for carrying freight or merchandise
Someone who is on the wagon has stopped drinking alcohol. I'm on the wagon for a while. Cleaning out my system. see also station wagon. Four-wheeled vehicle designed to be drawn by draft animals. Wagons have been used from the 1st century BC; early examples used spoked wheels with metal rims, pivoted front axles, and linchpins to secure the wheels. Ninth-century improvements in suspension made the wagon preferable to the two-wheeled cart, especially for carrying freight and agricultural produce
a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
A station wagon
To transport in a wagon or wagons; as, goods are wagoned from city to city
To wagon goods as a business; as, the man wagons between Philadelphia and its suburbs
any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by a horse or tractor a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting
Rochester PD prisoner transport vehicle Assigned to Downtown Section, Wagon 150 was designed by RPD officers to allow safe transport of male and female prisoners in separate compartments and is available citywide When the spare wagon (250) is used, it is called "150" on the radio, but it must make separate trips for male and female prisoner transports 250 is sometimes loaned to other sections for special details When in use by a patrol section, the vehicle is assigned a regular Section car number
A chariot The Dipper, or Charles's Wain
van used by police to transport prisoners
An immoral woman, slapper
A wagon is a large container on wheels which is pulled by a train
Mostly carried hoses
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads, usually pulled by horses or oxen
any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by a horse or tractor
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads, usually pushed or pulled by human force
a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting
{i} waggon; cart; carriage, coach
A four-door passenger vehicle with passenger space in the front and a cargo area in the back instead of a trunk, smaller than an SUV
wag·on wagons in BRIT, also use waggon1. A wagon is a strong vehicle with four wheels, usually pulled by horses or oxen and used for carrying heavy loads. = cart
A railway goods vehicle which has no roof
A freight car on a railway
wagon wheel
A graphical representation of the cricket field, with lines showing the trajectories of the scoring balls hit by a batsman; singles, fours and sixes being shown in different colours
wagon wheel
The wheel of a wagon
wagon wheels
plural form of wagon wheel
wagon load
cargo in a wagon, burden in a cart
wagon tire
a metal hoop forming the tread of a wheel
wagon train
series of carts attached to one another
wagon train
A line or train of wagons traveling cross-country. a long line of wagons and horses used by the people who moved to the West of America in the 19th century
wagon wheel
a wheel of a wagon
wagon-driver
one who conducts a carriage, coachman
wagon-driving
riding in or driving a carriage
wagon-lit
{i} train carriage that has special sleeping compartments
water wagon
a wagon that carries water (as for troops or work gangs or to sprinkle down dusty dirt roads in the summertime)
Conestoga wagon
A large cart with a canvas cover drawn by mules, oxen or horses and used extensively during the Westward Expansion of the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries

During the summer and fall the covered broad-wheeled Conestoga wagons, moved by four or six splendid draught-horses, were constantly employed in transporting the productions of the county to market.

Welcome Wagon
A nationwide business which contacts new homeowners after relocation, providing them with coupons and advertisements from local businesses
Welcome Wagon
Any similar approach of institutionalised welcoming
broom wagon
vehicle that follows a race, picking up stragglers
chuck wagon
Wagon used to prepare meals on a cattle drives, in the latter part of the 19th century
cold as a wagon tire
Dead
cracky wagon
A one-horse wagon without springs

They knew the lineage of all the boys and girls who crowded into old cracky wagons, rode four to a horse or footed it out to the lake.

democrat wagon
A light flatbed farm wagon or ranch wagon that has two or more seats and is usually drawn by one or sometimes two horses
fall off the wagon
To cease or fail at a regimen of self-improvement or reform; to lapse back into an old habit or addiction

Though he fell off the wagon several times, he eventually succeeded in quitting.

fix someone's wagon
To cause injury, distress, or inconvenience to someone, especially as punishment or as a comeuppance

According to Mr Breeden, Lord Black said that the libel laws in the UK and Canada would permit him to sue and indicated he would go after the houses of board members. . . . He was going to fix their wagon good, said Mr Breeden.

honey wagon
a type of multi-room trailer used by film and television productions (their usage is honeywagon as one word)
honey wagon
A vehicle used to collect sewage from septic tanks etc. Also called a cesspool emptier
knock a buzzard off a shit wagon
To smell extremely bad

Your breath could knock a buzzard off a shit wagon!.

meat wagon
A vehicle used for the transportation of meat, usually refrigerated and traditionally of a non-motorized type pulled by horses

The firing of a truck load of meat and two cases of assault enlived the strike of the meat wagon drivers yesterday.

meat wagon
A police van for transporting prisoners; a paddy wagon

He spent the next four hours in the back of the sweltering NYPD meat wagon as police rounded up other young men.

meat wagon
An ambulance

So they had to take me from there in an ambulance. . . . I remember my dad and uncle used to call them meat wagons.

meat wagon
A vehicle for transporting dead bodies; a hearse

The old man wandered away from his retirement home, dropped dead on the beach and was picked up by the meat wagon and sent to the morgue.

off the wagon
No longer maintaining a program of self-improvement or abstinence from an undesirable habit, especially drinking alcohol

She kept up her diet for an entire month before falling off the wagon.

on the wagon
By extension, maintaining a program of self-improvement or abstinence from some other undesirable habit

He’s been on the smoking cessation wagon for two weeks now.

on the wagon
Abstaining from drinking any alcoholic drink, usually in the sense of having given it up (as opposed to never having partaken)

1917: “Thank you, but; – er – I’m on the wagon, you know,” declined the youth. — Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Oakdale Affair.

paddy wagon
A police van for transporting prisoners
paint the wagon
To get things done

John, you still haven’t closed that deal, you need to paint that wagon now!.

smoke wagon
A handgun, especially a revolver

Familiar epithets for the revolver were ''equalizer, shootin' iron . . . smoke wagon.

station wagon
The body style for cars, popular with families, which has an enclosed area where the boot or trunk would be on a sedan / saloon
station-wagon
Attributive form of station wagon

station-wagon driver.

tank wagon
A vehicle designed to transport liquids or gases in bulk; a road tanker
tea wagon
A table on wheels used to take food or drinks from the kitchen to the dining-room
waggon
Alternative spelling of wagon

We go on like one of those country waggons, creaking along in the old ruts.

waggon
{v} to convey in a waggon, use a waggon
waggon
{n} a four-wheel carriage for burdens
fall off the wagon
(deyim) Start drinking alcohol, after a period when you have drunk none

When her husband died, she fell off the wagon.

jag-wagon
(Argo) 1. An insult. Likely coined specifically for the Geico commercial quoted in the following citation: Therapist: Maybe we should chug on over to mamby-pamby land where maybe we can find some confidence for you, you jackwagon. -- Geico commercial, 20102. A useless piece of equipment, usually military, used to refer to a mule-drawn freight wagon which had been pieced together from dicarded or substandard parts, and subject to frequent breakdowns. Jackwagons typically were good for only one or two uses, then abandoned or discarded along roadsides and in ditches, and were often re-cannibalized to create new jackwagons
Conestoga wagon
A heavy covered wagon with broad wheels, used especially by American pioneers as they traveled west. Horse-drawn covered freight wagon. It originated in the 18th century in the Conestoga Creek region of Pennsylvania. It had a flat body and low sides; with its floor curved up at each end to prevent freight from shifting, it was well suited for travel over early American roads. It became famous as later adapted by westward-traveling pioneers for hauling their possessions; with its tall white canvas top, it resembled a sailing ship from a distance, which earned it the name "prairie schooner
be on the wagon
abstain from alcoholic drinks
beach wagon
a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
chuck wagon
A wagon equipped with food and cooking utensils, as on a ranch or in a lumber camp. a vehicle that carries food for a group of people (chuck (19-20 centuries), perhaps from CHUCK)
chuck wagon
a wagon equipped with a cookstove and provisions (for cowboys)
conestoga wagon
A kind of large broad-wheeled wagon, usually covered, for traveling in soft soil and on prairies
covered wagon
A covered wagon is a wagon that has an arched canvas roof and is pulled by horses. Covered wagons were used by the early American settlers as they travelled across the country. A large wagon covered with an arched canvas top, used especially by American pioneers for prairie travel
covered wagon
a large wagon with broad wheels and an arched canvas top; used by the United States pioneers to cross the prairies in the 19th century
dinner wagon
{i} restaurant car on a train, railroad car where food is served to passengers
funny wagon
an ambulance used to transport patients to a mental hospital
get on the band-wagon
join a cause, follow the crowd
hitched his wagon to a star
based his words on some higher authority, brought in documented evidence to back up his words
ice wagon
(formerly) a horse-drawn wagon that delivered ice door to door
milk wagon
wagon for delivering milk
paddy wagon
A van used by police for taking suspects into custody. a police vehicle used to carry prisoners (Perhaps from Paddy (18-21 centuries), from the male name Paddy, from Padraig )
patrol wagon
A patrol wagon is a van or truck which the police use for transporting prisoners. An enclosed police truck used to convey prisoners
station wagon
A station wagon is a car with a long body, a door at the rear, and space behind the back seats. An automobile having an extended interior with a third seat or luggage platform and a tailgate. a large car with extra space at the back, with a door there for loading and unloading British Equivalent: estate car
station wagon
a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
station wagon
family-sized automobile, elongated car
tea wagon
A small table on wheels for serving tea or holding dishes. Also called teacart
tea wagon
{i} cart on wheels used to serve drinks and refreshments
waggon
A truck, or lorry
waggon
any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by a horse or tractor
waggon
{f} convey by waggon, transport by waggon
waggon
a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
waggon
To transport by means of a waggon
waggon
An immoral woman, slapper
waggon
To travel in a waggon
waggon
A paddy waggon
waggon
A child's riding toy, four-wheeled and pulled or steered by a long handle in the front
waggon
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads, usually pushed or pulled by human force
waggon
A station waggon
waggon
{i} wagon; cart; carriage, coach
waggon
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads, usually pulled by horses or oxen
waggons
plural of , waggon
waggons
third-person singular of waggon
wagons
plural of wagon
welcome wagon
an event that is organized to welcome someone who has just arrived in a new place
welcome wagon
a wheeled vehicle carrying information and gifts from local merchants for new residents in an area
wagon

    Heceleme

    Wag·on

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    wägın

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwagən/ /ˈwæɡən/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'wa-g&n ] (noun.) 15th century. From Dutch wagen, waghen, from Germanic *wagna-. Compare wain.

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