welsh

listen to the pronunciation of welsh
İngilizce - Türkçe
gal ahalisi
Galce

Galce konuşmayı seviyorum. - I like to speak Welsh.

Galce güzel bir dildir. - Welsh is a beautiful language.

{s} Galler ile ilgili
{i} Gal dili

Papağanıma Gal dili konuşmayı öğrettim. - I've taught my parrot to speak Welsh.

{i} Galliler
(sıfat) Galler ile ilgili
{s} Galli

En iyi arkadaşım Gallidir. - My best friend is Welsh.

{f} şartları yerine getirmemek
f., argo
borcunu ödememek
{f} bahisleri ödemeden kaçmak
{f} ödemeden kaçmak
galler ülkesi'ne özgü
gal

Galce benim için çok zor bir dildir. - Welsh is a very difficult language for me.

Galce güzel bir dildir. - Welsh is a beautiful language.

vaat ettiği işten caymak
welsh on one atlatmak
{f} sözünü tutmamak
borcunu ödememek, dolandırmak
welsh black
gal sığırı
welsh corgi
gal köpeği
welsh pony
gal midillisi
welsh rarebit
gal tavşanı
welsh terrier
gal teriyeri
Welsh rabbit
{i} peynirli kızarmış ekmek
Welsh rabbit
(isim) peynirli kızarmış ekmek
Welsh rarebit
(isim) peynirli kızarmış ekmek
Welsh rarebit
{i} peynirli kızarmış ekmek
welsh corgy
bir tür köpek
welsh mortgage
(Kanun) teminat amacıyla temlik
welsh on
şatları yerine getirmekten kaçınmak
welsh on
ödemeden kaçmak
welsh on
sözünü tutmamak
welsh on one's promise
sözünü tutmamak
welsh onion
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) galler soğanı
welsh onion
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) gal soğanı
the Welsh
Galliler, Galler Ülkesi halkı
the Welsh
Galliler
welch
{f} şartları yerine getirmemek
welch
bahis paralarını ödemeden kaçmak
welch
sözünü tutmamak
welch
welsh atlat
welch
{f} ödemeden kaçmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
The Welsh language
Of or pertaining to the Welsh language
The people of Wales
Of or pertaining to Wales
A surname for someone who was a Welshman or a Celt
A breed of pig, kept mainly for bacon
to swindle someone by not paying a debt, especially a gambling debt
Welsh means belonging or relating to Wales, or to its people, language, or culture. The Welsh are the people of Wales
{i} Celtic language of Wales; Welshman; resident of Wales; the people of Wales
Welsh is the language that is spoken in some parts of Wales. see welch. relating to Wales, its people, or its original language. to not do something you have promised to do, such as paying someone money that you owe. adj. Dulles Allen Welsh Welsh corgi Welsh language Welsh literary renaissance
{s} of Wales
To cheat by avoiding payment of bets; said esp
a native or resident of Wales
Welsh breed of dual-purpose cattle a Celtic language of Wales cheat by avoiding payment of a gambling debt of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language; "the Welsh coast"; "Welsh syntax
a Celtic language of Wales
The natives or inhabitants of Wales
of an absconding bookmaker at a race track
The language of Wales, or of the Welsh people
{f} (Slang) evade the payment of gambling debts (sometimes offensive)
To avoid dishonorably the fulfillment of a pecuniary obligation
cheat by avoiding payment of a gambling debt
Of or pertaining to Wales, or its inhabitants
Welsh breed of dual-purpose cattle
of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language; "the Welsh coast"; "Welsh syntax"
cymric
Welsh dresser
A piece of furniture used to store and display crockery
Welsh dressers
plural form of Welsh dresser
Welsh onion
A species of onion (Allium fistulosum)
Welsh onions
plural form of Welsh onion
Welsh rabbit
a dish of cheese melted with a little ale and served on toast
Welsh rabbits
plural form of Welsh rabbit
Welsh rarebit
a dish of cheese melted with a little ale and served on toast
Welsh rarebits
plural form of Welsh rarebit
Welsh yard
A unit of length equal to 40 inches (approximately 1 metre), used in Wales
Welsh yards
plural form of Welsh yard
Welsh Assembly
the parliament for Wales which was established in 1999 and has the power to make laws in Wales. The leader of the parliament is the First Secretary, and its 60 members are called AMs - Assembly Members. They are elected by a system of proportional representation
Welsh Nationalist Party
Plaid Cymru
Welsh Office
the British government department responsible for carrying out the government's policies in Wales. It is led by the Secretary of State for Wales, who is a member of the British cabinet
Welsh corgi
Either of two breeds of dog that originated in Wales, having a long body, short legs, and a foxlike head. Either of two breeds of cattle dogs. The Cardigan Welsh corgi was developed from relatives of the dachshund that Celts brought to Wales 1200 BC. The Pembroke Welsh corgi is descended from sled-dog stock brought to Wales about 1100 by Flemish weavers. Both have short legs, a foxlike head, and erect ears, and both stand 10-12 in. (25-30 cm) tall and weigh 25-38 lb (11-17 kg). The Cardigan has a long tail and rounded ears; the Pembroke has a short tail and pointed ears. The Cardigan's coarser coat can be solid-coloured, tricoloured, or mottled; the Pembroke is solid-or bicoloured
Welsh dresser
a piece of wooden furniture consisting of drawers and cupboards in the lower part and shelves on top American Equivalent: hutch
Welsh language
Celtic language of Wales. Besieged for centuries by the English language, Welsh continues to be spoken by 18-20% of the population of Wales, or more than half a million people, though estimates of the actual number of first-language speakers vary widely. Welsh is traditionally divided into three periods: Old Welsh ( 800-1150), attested mainly in glosses and short textual passages; Middle Welsh ( 1150-1500), with a rich medieval literature including poetic texts originally composed much earlier; and Modern Welsh (from 1500). Modern literary Welsh was largely fixed by William Salesbury's Bible translation. Vernacular Welsh, split along dialectal lines, has long been diverging from literary Welsh; many modern speakers cannot write or easily understand the traditional written language. The issue of an acceptable modern standard remains unresolved
Welsh literary renaissance
Literary activity in Wales and England in the mid-18th century that attempted to stimulate interest in the Welsh language and in the classical bardic verse forms of Wales. It was centred on the Morris family of Welsh scholars, who preserved ancient texts and encouraged contemporary poets to use the strict metres of the ancient Welsh bards. The movement gave rise to many publications and helped reestablish local eisteddfods and, in the early 19th century, the National Eisteddfod. A second revival began with the establishment of the University of Wales at the end of the 19th century
Welsh rabbit
{i} Welsh rarebit, dish made with melted cheese and beer served over toast or crackers
Welsh rabbit
A dish made of melted cheese, milk or cream, seasonings, and sometimes ale, served hot over toast or crackers
Welsh rarebit
{i} Welsh rabbit, dish made with melted cheese and beer served over toast or crackers
Welsh rarebit
Welsh 'rabbit a dish of cheese melted on bread
Welsh springer spaniel
Any of a breed of medium-sized hunting dog that originated in Wales and has a silky red and white coat
Welsh terrier
Any of a breed of terrier originating in Wales and having a wiry black and tan coat
welsh onion
Asiatic onion with slender bulbs; used as early green onions
welsh pony
breed of small ponies originally from Wales
welsh poppy
widely cultivated west European plant with showy pale yellow flowers
welsh rarebit
cheese melted with ale or beer served over toast
welsh springer spaniel
a red-and-white breed slightly smaller than the English springer spaniel
welsh terrier
wire-haired terrier resembling airedales but smaller; developed in Wales for hunting
Middle Welsh
the Welsh language as spoken from the 12th to 14th centuries
Old Welsh
The Welsh language as it existed from about 800 until the early twelfth century (when it developed into Middle Welsh), not readily intelligible to modern Welsh speakers
Welch
An English surname for someone who was a Welshman or a Celt
Welsher
A person of Welsh descent; a Welshman
welsher
Alternative spelling of welcher
Allen Welsh Dulles
born April 7, 1893, Watertown, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 29, 1969, Washington, D.C. U.S. diplomat and administrator. He held diplomatic posts before practicing law with his brother, John Foster Dulles. In World War II he served in the Office of Strategic Services. After the war he chaired a committee to survey the U.S. intelligence system. When the Central Intelligence Agency was established in 1951, he became its deputy director. As director (1953-61), he oversaw the agency's early successes, but the U-2 Affair (1960) and the Bay of Pigs invasion (1961) led to his resignation
Medieval Welsh
Welsh from the 12th through the 15th century. Also called Middle Welsh
Old Welsh
The Welsh language before the 12th century
Welch
Archaic spelling of Welsh. Used in British regiment title Royal Welch Fusiliers, spelling confirmed by Army order 1920
Welch
{i} resident of Wales
Welch
{s} of Wales
Welch
An English surname, presumably originally a welshman
welch
A person who defaults on an obligation, especially a small one
welch
To fail to repay a small debt
welch
If someone welches on a deal or an agreement, they do not do the things they promised to do as part of that deal or agreement. He welched on his agreement with the club that he would play for them in February. Variant of welsh. another spelling of welsh (Probably from Welsh)
welch
{f} (Slang) avoid payment of gambling debts (sometimes offensive)
welshed
past of welsh
welsher
someone who swindles you by not repaying a debt or wager
welsher
One who cheats at a horse race; one who bets, without a chance of being able to pay; one who receives money to back certain horses and absconds with it
welsher
UK, alternative spelling of welcher
welsher
{i} (Slang) one who avoids payment of gambling debt (sometimes offensive)
welshing
present participle of welsh
Türkçe - İngilizce

welsh teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

welsh corgi cinsi köpek
corgi
welsh corgi cinsi köpek
corgy
welsh

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    welş

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwelsʜ/ /ˈwɛlʃ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'welsh, 'welch ] (intransitive verb.) 1905. Middle English Welische, from Old English wīlisc, wylisc, from Proto-Germanic *walxiskaz (“Celt; later Roman”) (compare Dutch (Flemish) waalsch (“Walloon”), German (Swiss) welsch (“French; Romansch”), Danish vælsk (“French, Italian, southern European”)), from Proto-Germanic *walxaz (“Celt”) (compare Old English wealh, Old Norse valir (“Northern French”), Old High German walaha (“Roman; Rutulian”)), from Gaulish tribal name Volcae, from volcos (“agile”) (compare Old Irish folg (“agile, energetic”)). This word was borrowed from Germanic into Slavic (compare Old Church Slavonic влахъ (vlachŭ, “Vlachs, Romanians”), Byzantine Greek Βλάχος (Bláchos)). Cognate to Walloon and first part of walnut.

    Günün kelimesi

    wallah