weed

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ot
{f} yabani otları temizlemek
(Tarım) yabancı ot

Tom bahçeyi yabancı otlardan temizledi. - Tom weeded the garden.

Bu yabancı otlardan kurtulmalısın. - You should get rid of these weeds.

alak
yabani ot

Benim bahçemdeki yabani otları çekmek için bir alete ihtiyacım var. - I need a tool for pulling weeds in my garden.

Adadaki havaalanı yabani otlarla kaplıdır. - The airfield on the island is now covered with weeds.

esrar
çok zayıf kimse
iskelet
kemik torbası
marihuana
{f} yabani otlardan temizle

Tom'un bahçeyi yabani otlardan temizlemesine yardım ettik. - We helped Tom weed the garden.

zararlı ot

Bu bitkiler zararlı ot ilaçlarına karşı dayanıklıdır. - These plants are resistant to weed killers.

alak otu
ot tabakası
yararsız otları çıkarıp temizlemek
değersiz hayvan
ıskarta şey
zararlı şeyleri defetmek
(argo) hasis
(çoğul isim) dul kadınların giydiği matem elbisesi
şapkada matem şeridi
weed temizle
çok zayıf kim
{f} yabani otları ayıklamak, istenmeyen otları/bitkileri çıkarıp
{f} otları temizlemek

Onun görevi bahçeden kötü otları temizlemektir. - It's his job to pull the weeds in the garden.

{i} tütün
(Tıp) Hayvanlarda görülen lenfanjit
{f} başından defetmek
{i} puro
(Tıp) Parazit biti
{i} argo haşiş
{i} (bahçede/tarlada) yabani ot, istenmeyen bitki
dul kadınların giydiği matem elbisesi
matem kolçağı
{i} cılız kimse
yaramaz ot
istenmeyen bitki
weed out
ayıklamak

İstenmeyen adayları ayıklamak için kullandığınız ölçütler nelerdir? - What are the criteria you use to weed out undesirable candidates?

weed out
{k} ayıklamak, çıkarmak, elemek
weed out
(deyim) weed someone/sth. out çıkarmak,ayıklamak
weed out
ıskartaya ayırmak
weed cleaning
(Tarım) ot temizleme
weed control
(Tarım) zararlı ot kontrolü
weed out
tırpan atmak
weed seed
(Tarım) yabancı ot tohumu
weed whip
ot biçme makinesi
weed out
alak vurmak
weed catcher
ot tutucu
weed out
Weed someone/something out: çıkarmak,ayıklamak
weed through the rubble
molozları ayıklamak
weed killer
(Tarım) zararlı otlan yok eden ilaç
weed killer
zararlı ot ilacı
weed killer
(Tarım) ot-kıran
weed out
yararsız diye çıkarmak
weed up
ıskartaya ayırmak
weed up
ayıklamak
wee
{i} çiş
wee
mini mini
wee
{s} minnacık
wee
ufacık
wee
minicik
wee
sabahın erken saatleri
wee
çok erken
fire weed
(Arılık) yangın otu
fire weed
(Arılık) yakıotu
gypsum weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tatula
loco weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tatula
wee
çok küçük
wee
küçük

Bu hafta sonu küçük bir gezi yapmak istiyorum. - I'd like to take a small trip this weekend.

Somerset'teki küçük yazlıklarında hafta sonunu onunla geçirmeye can atıyordu. - He was looking forward to spending the weekend with her in their little cottage in Somerset.

wee
minik
weeded
otlardan temizlenmiş
weeding
(Tarım) çapalama
weeding
ayıklama
dyer's weed
Yemen zafranı
wee
çiş yapmak
weeded
{f} otlardan temizle

Tom bahçeyi yabancı otlardan temizledi. - Tom weeded the garden.

weedless
yabani otsuz
dill weed
dereotu
flat weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Radika
iron weed
demir ot
sargassum weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sargas yosunu
smoke weed
duman ot
soap weed
sabun ot
strangle weed
boğmak ot
the weed
(konuşma dili) tütün, sigara
weeded
otlardan temizle(mek)
weeding
ayıklayacaktır
weeding
yabani otları temizleme
smoke weed
esrar içmek
turpentine weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yılan kökü
turpentine weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kurtpençesi
wee
minimini
wee
cinler
wee
wee folk periler
wee
f., ç. dili çiş etmek, işemek. i., ç. dili çiş
wee
iyi saatte ol sunlar
wee
cüceler
wee
(isim) çiş
wee
az
wee
ifritler
wee
çiş yap
wee
wee hours geceyarısından sonraki zaman
wee
{s} (we.er, we.est) ufacık, minicik, küçücük
weeded
otlardan temizle
weeder
{i} yabani otları temizleyen kimse
weeder
ot temizleme makinesi
weeder
otları temizleyen kişi
weeds
(isim) matem elbisesi (dul)
weeds
matem elbisesi
weeds
{i} matem elbisesi (dul)
weeds
matem elbisesi/yaban ot
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any plant growing in cultivated ground to the injury of the crop or desired vegetation, or to the disfigurement of the place; an unsightly, useless, or injurious plant

If it isn't in a straight line or marked with a label, it's a weed.

Tobacco
A sudden illness or relapse, often attended with fever, which attacks women in childbed
A garment or piece of clothing
widow's weeds Female mourning apparel
Clothing collectively; clothes, dress
Underbrush; low shrubs
A cigar
Something unprofitable or troublesome; anything useless
A species of plant considered harmful to the environment or regarded as a nuisance
Simple past tense and past participle of wee
Short for duckweed
A puny person; one who has with little physical strength
A horse unfit to breed from
Marijuana
To remove unwanted vegetation from a cultivated area

I weeded my flower bed.

{n} useless herb, mourning dress, veil
{v} to pull up weeds, root out, clear
To take away, as noxious plants; to remove, as something hurtful; to extirpate
any plant that crowds out cultivated plants clear of weeds; "weed the garden
A weed is a wild plant that grows in gardens or fields of crops and prevents the plants that you want from growing properly. a garden overgrown with weeds
Tobacco, or a cigar
{f} removing weeds from the ground; uproot, pluck
Fig
To reject as unfit for breeding purposes
– An undesired, uncultivated plant that has a tendency to crowd out a desired crop
a plant growing in a place where it does not normally occur and is not wanted by humans
Any plant in a place where it is a nuisance Usually denotes uncultivated plants growing in fields
Weeds compete with desirable plants for water, nutrients, space, and light Their presence can leave some plants stressed and others with reduced yields Weeds are best controlled if pulled or hoed before going to seed Cover bare ground between plants and on paths with weed-free mulch (at least 6" thick) to prevent light from reaching weed seeds Manure may contain viable weed seeds; make sure manure is well composted before working into the soil Weeds growing in driveways and paths can be controlled by pouring boiling salt water over them, but keep in mind that the salt can also damage desired plants and will remain in the soil for some time Finally, remember that some so-called weeds are useful: many, like dandelion, are edible; others, like clover, are legumes, which fix nitrogen, and others, like yarrow, are drought resistant and can even make good lawns
Vigorous, invasive, or self-seeding plant competing with desired garden plants for moisture and nutrients Any plant that is growing where it is not desired
To free from anything hurtful or offensive
Any plant growing where you don't want it to Back to alphabetical list
An unwanted plant
If you weed an area, you remove the weeds from it. Caspar was weeding the garden Try not to walk on the flower beds when weeding or hoeing. + weeding weed·ing She taught me to do the weeding. to remove unwanted plants from a garden or other place weed out to get rid of people or things that are not very good. Any plant growing where it is not wanted. On land under cultivation, weeds compete with crops for water, light, and nutrients. On rangelands and in pastures, weeds are those plants that grazing animals dislike or that are poisonous. Many weeds are hosts of plant disease organisms or of insect pests. Some originally unwanted plants later were found to have virtues and came under cultivation, while some cultivated plants, when transplanted to new climates, escaped cultivation and became weeds in the new habitat
A religious designation, often for a native plant in a garden of alien plants A plant that thrives where it is not wanted Often, it is a plant that colonizes disturbed areas vigorously
n This is a plant you don't like A friend of mine says anything growing where you don't want it is a weed "If I don't know what it is," he adds, "it's a weed to me!" Note that the definition of weed in part depends on where the plant is growing For example, bermuda grass in your flower bed could be considered a weed Likewise ajuga in your lawn is also a weed Certain varieties of grass are actually weeds Remember, if you don't like the way it looks, it can be a weed Crabgrass is a weed, not a grass It is difficult to be certain, however: bermuda is a grass to some and a weed to others Remember that if it is growing where you don't want it, it can be considered a weed, if you don't like it
A plant growing where it is not desired Any plant that is objectionable or interferes with the activities or welfare of man
Process of peeling extraneous vinyl (or matrix) away from a plotter cut, leaving only the sections representing the final image Pulling the extra vinyl away in one quick stroke is known as rip weeding
Pot, weed, smoke, herb, etc
To free from noxious plants; to clear of weeds; as, to weed corn or onions; to weed a garden
A plant out of place
An animal unfit to breed from
Pot, Smoke, Herb, etc
An aggressive, invasive, easily dispersed nuisance plant, one which commonly grows in cultivated ground to the detriment of a crop
clear of weeds; "weed the garden"
Waste Engineering and Enforcement Division of DEP’s Bureau of Waste Management
A plant growing where it is not wanted
street names for marijuana
A plant growing where it is not wanted This could be a flower or a tree
A garment; clothing; especially, an upper or outer garment
An undesirable plant
{i} wild unwanted plant; tobacco, cigarettes, marijuana (Slang); thin and awkward animal or person; mourning ribbon
An article of dress worn in token of grief; a mourning garment or badge; as, he wore a weed on his hat; especially, in the plural, mourning garb, as of a woman; as, a widow's weeds
Weed is a plant that grows in water and usually forms a thick floating mass. There are many different kinds of weed. Large, clogging banks of weed are the only problem
any plant that crowds out cultivated plants
A plant that interferes with the management objectives at a particular location It is a plant growing where it is not wanted Under certain situations, the plant may not be totally undesirable
disposable portion after die cutting; that portion of a die cut sheet that is waste Also called "Matrix "
weed eater
A string trimmer
weed out
to remove unwanted elements from a group

You can weed out unlucky applicants by throwing away 50% of the CVs unread.

weed out
remove unwanted elements; "The company weeded out the incompetent people"; "The new law weeds out the old inequities
weed killer
a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growth
weed whacker
(Trademark) A type of machine for cutting weeds (=unwanted garden plants) and in places that a lawn mower cannot reach. You hold the machine in your hand and move it just above the ground, and a strong spinning plastic string cuts the grass. In the UK there is a similar machine called a Strimmer
weed killer
type of chemical agent used to destroy weeds
weed out
If you weed out things or people that are useless or unwanted in a group, you find them and get rid of them. He is keen to weed out the many applicants he believes may be frauds A small group of neo-Nazis have infiltrated the ranks. We must weed them out as soon as possible. = root out
dick weed
Alternative spelling of dickweed
guinea hen weed
A perennial shrub, Petiveria alliacea, growing in tropical areas of Africa, South and Central America and the Caribbean, used to treat a large variety of medical conditions
horny goat weed
An Asian herb, of the genus Epimedium, used in traditional Chinese medicine as a "herbal Viagra"
joe-pye weed
a plant of the genus Eutrochium
sulphur weed
Alternative spelling of sulfur weed
wee
To urinate
wee
urine
wee
small, little
wee
An act of urination

to have a wee.

weeder
a tool used to remove weeds
weeder
an agricultural worker who removes weeds
weeding
Action of the verb to weed
weeds
plural form of weed
weeds
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of weed
weeds
Clothes

Nor can the judicious reader be at a greater loss on account of Mrs Bridget Blifil, who, he may be assured, conducted herself through the whole season in which grief is to make its appearance on the outside of the body, with the strictest regard to all the rules of custom and decency, suiting the alterations of her countenance to the several alterations of her habit: for as this changed from weeds to black, from black to grey, from grey to white, so did her countenance change from dismal to sorrowful, from sorrowful to sad, and from sad to serious, till the day came in which she was allowed to return to her former serenity.

wee
very small
wee
a short time; "bide a wee"
wee
{a} little, small, diminutive, puny
weeder
{n} one who weeds, one who takes away
weedless
{a} free from weeds, clean, very neat
Klamath weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) St John's wort is the plant species Hypericum perforatum, and is also known as Tipton's Weed, Chase-devil, or Klamath weed
Tipton's Weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) St John's wort is the plant species Hypericum perforatum, and is also known as Tipton's Weed, Chase-devil, or Klamath weed
Thurlow Weed
born Nov. 15, 1797, Cairo, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 22, 1882, New York, N.Y. U.S. journalist and politician. He worked on various newspapers in upstate New York and was a leader in the Anti-Masonic movement. He was the founding editor of the Albany Evening Journal (1830-63). He helped form the Whig Party in New York and was instrumental in William Seward's election as governor (1838) and in the presidential election of William H. Harrison (1840). He later became active in the Republican Party and was a staunch supporter of Pres. Abraham Lincoln. In 1861 he was sent to England to seek support for the Union
WEEDS
a black band worn by a man (on the arm or hat) as a sign of mourning
WEEDS
A plant growing in a place where it is not desirable
WEEDS
are undesirable and troublesome plants growing in disturbed areas, especially cultivated ground
WEEDS
The term weed generally means any plant that is unwanted and may be threatening to local plants Weeds usually grow aggressively, overrunning other plants Noxious Weeds means something more, identifying weeds that are particularly aggressive and damaging
WEEDS
a black garment (dress) worn by a widow as a sign of mourning
WEEDS
These are undesirable elements in a turf area Weeds are generally divided into two groups: (a) Broad-leaved weeds, such as dandelions, daisy, plantains etc and (b) Fine-leaved weeds, such as clover, pearlwort, yarrow This division is particularly useful when carrying out quality assessments of turf areas, as it saves time identifying each individual weed specie and allows for a good indication of the type of maintenance which may be required to control the weeds
WEEDS
unwanted plants, often growing wild, especially to the detriment of desired plants or crops
a weed
smooth crabgrass
a weed
common arrowhead
alligator weed
prolific South American aquatic weed having grasslike leaves and short spikes of white flowers; clogs waterways with dense floating masses
alligator weed
An aquatic South American perennial plant (Alternanthera philoxeroides) having opposite, lance-shaped leaves and tight clusters of small whitish flowers. It is a mat-forming weed in warm, freshwater habitats, such as the southeast United States
butterfly weed
A North American milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) having showy clusters of usually bright orange flowers and a root that was formerly used in medicine. Also called orange milkweed, pleurisy root. North American plant (Asclepias tuberosa) of the milkweed family, a stout, rough-haired perennial with long horizontal roots. The leafy, erect, somewhat branching stem is about 1-3 ft (0.3-0.9 m) tall. In midsummer it bears numerous clusters of bright orange flowers. Unlike most milkweeds, it has a scanty milky juice. It is native to dry fields and is often planted in wild gardens or grown as a border plant
butterfly weed
erect perennial of eastern and southern United States having showy orange flowers
dill weed
The leaves of the dill plant
dill weed
aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning
dyer's weed
{i} solidago rugosa, herb whose yellow flowers are used in dyeing
dyer's weed
eastern North American herb whose yellow flowers are (or were) used in dyeing
evil weed
{i} (Slang) marijuana
grow like a weed
grow quickly
jamestown weed
The poisonous thorn apple or stramonium (Datura stramonium), a rank weed early noticed at Jamestown, Virginia
jimson weed
See Jamestown weed
joe-pye weed
North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of flowers spotted with purple
joepye weed
A tall composite plant of the genus Eupatorium E
joepye weed
purpureum, with purplish flowers, and whorled leaves
klammath weed
yellow-flowered perennial common in fields and waste places but a weed in rangelands
orchilla weed
The lichen from which archil is obtained
pineapple weed
annual aromatic weed of Pacific coastal areas (United States and northeastern Asia) having bristle-pointed leaves and rayless yellow flowers
pineapple weed
A strongly aromatic, western North American plant (Matricaria matricarioides) having greenish-yellow discoid flower heads and an odor of pineapple when crushed
puncture weed
A prostrate weed (Tribulus terrestris) native to the Old World, having opposite, pinnately compound leaves and woody fruit with stout divergent spines. Also called puncture vine
rattlesnake weed
A North American plant (Hieracium venosum) having basal leaves with reddish-purple veins and yellow flower heads borne in open corymbose panicles
rattlesnake weed
a hawkweed with a rosette of purple-veined basal leaves; Canada to northern Georgia and Kentucky
soap-weed
tall arborescent yucca of southwestern United States
stemless golden weed
dark green erect herb of northwestern United States and southwestern Canada having stiff leaves in dense tufts and yellow flower heads; sometimes placed in genus Haplopappus
the evil weed
(Slang) marijuana
turpentine camphor weed
aromatic plant of western United States
wee
A little; a bit, as of space, time, or distance
wee
a short time; "bide a wee" very early; "the wee hours of the morning
wee
very early; "the wee hours of the morning
wee
(used informally) very small; "a wee tot"
wee
{s} tiny, minuscule; reduced
wee
very early; "the wee hours of the morning"
wee
To wee means to urinate. Wee is an informal word used especially by children. He said he wanted to wee. Wee is also a noun. The baby has done a wee in his potty = pee. to pass water from your body - used by or to children = urinate
wee
{i} small amount; short period of time (Scottish)
wee
Wee means small in size or extent. He just needs to calm down a wee bit. = little
wee
Very small; little
wee
eliminate urine; "Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug"
weeded
having had weeds removed
weeded
past of weed
weeder
a hand tool for removing weeds
weeder
a hand tool for removing weeds a farmhand hired to remove weeds
weeder
a farmhand hired to remove weeds
weeder
{i} one who pulls up weeds; tool for pulling up weeds
weeder
One who, or that which, weeds, or frees from anything noxious
weeding
Process to reduce the number of points used to represent a line Purpose of this process is to reduce storage space requirements and/or reduce later computation time (less points can mean less computation)
weeding
Reducing number of points defining a line while preserving the essential line shape
weeding
The elimination of competing vegetation around young trees, for example, by cultivation, by the use of herbicides, or by cutting or slashing When the trees are big enough to overcome weed competition, a tree plantation is said to be 'established'
weeding
the process by which books are deselected from a collection using various criteria, such as, appropriateness for the collection, old and worn, out of date information, or little circulation
weeding
The selection and removal of individual documents, records, or files from a record series due to their failure to possess continuing primary or secondary value Weeding is also known as purging
weeding
a release treatment in stands during the seedling stage that eliminates of suppresses undesirable vegetation regardless of crown position
weeding
lettuce, tomatoes, celery
weeding
from Weed, v
weeding
present participle of weed
weeding
The selection of library material from the collection to be discarded or transferred to storage because of its poor physical condition, outdated content, or limited popularity; weeding is an essential a part of collection maintenance
weedless
lacking weeds
weedless
Free from weeds or noxious matter
weedless
Free from weeds; said of a kind of motor-boat propeller the blades of which curve backwardly, as respects the direction of rotation, so that they draw through the water, and so do not gather weeds with which they come in contact
weedless
free from weeds; "a weedless garden
weeds
a black garment (dress) worn by a widow as a sign of mourning a black band worn by a man (on the arm or hat) as a sign of mourning
weeds
{i} mourning clothes, widow's clothing; clothing in general (Archaic)
weed