whack

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İngilizce - Türkçe
küt diye vurma
(Ticaret) hisselere ayırmak
vuruş sesi
{f} hisselere ayır
pay
{i} hisse
küt diye vurmak
{f} sert vurmak
kuvvetli bir
{i} darbe
{i} deneme
derme çatma kurmak
{f} vurmak
whack off bıçakla kafasını uçurmak
(off) kesmek. i., k.dili
{i} vuruş
f., k.dili
whack up hisselere bölmek
paylaşmak
dövmek
hızla vurmak
kuvvetli darbe/vuruş; kuvvetli tokat
pat/küt diye vurmak; tokat atmak
whacking
dayak
whack up
bölüştürmek
whack up
paylaşmak
whack up
(deyim) arttırmak
whack up
(deyim) yükseltmek
whack off
Mastürbasyon yapmak, elle cinsel doyum sağlamak
whack the neck off
off boyun saçma
whack, bump, thump
Yumruk kut kut diye vurma
whack, whip, hit hard
paylaşmak, kamçı, sert vurdu
whack-job
saçma-iş
whack up
düzenlemek
whack up
organize etmek
whack up
harekete geçirmek
whacked
çok yorgun
whacked
yorgunluktan ölmüş
Let me have a whack at it!
ıng., k. dili Bir deneyeyim bakalım!
be out of commission/kilter/whack
k. dili bozulmuş olmak
get so.'s whack
olsun o kadar. 'saçma s
out of whack
Bozuk, çalışamaz, işleyemez durumda
Let me have a whack at
İng., k.dili. Bir deneyeyim bakalım!
at one whack
İng., k.dili. bir defada, bir kalemde, birden
out of whack
ayarsız
out of whack
ayarı bozuk
out of whack
{k} bozuk, çalışamaz/işleyemez durumda
pay one's whack
İng., k.dili. payına düşeni ödemek
take a whack at
denemek
whacked
{s} turşu gibi
whacked
vur

Tom bastonu ile köpeğe vurdu. - Tom whacked the dog with his cane.

whacked
{s} (out) İng., k.dili. çok yorgun, bitkin, pestil gibi
whacked
{s} bitkin
whacked
{s} canı çıkmış
whacked
{s} yorgun
whacker
{i} kuyruklu yalan
whacker
büyük yalan/büyük şey
whacker
{i} koskocaman şey
whacker
{i} kocaman kimse
whacking
s., İng., k.dili
whacking
{s} kuyruklu (yalan)
whacking
vur
whacking
çok
whacking
{s} kocaman
whacking
{i} kötek
whacking
çok: That's a whacking big car! Kocaman bir araba o!
whacking
heyulâ gibi
whacking
{s} koskocaman
whacking
muazzam
whacking
çok büyük, kocaman
İngilizce - İngilizce
To kill, bump off
An attempt
To share or parcel out
A share or portion

For one thing I had a splendid supper when I got on board—a whack of cold, lean beef and pighells, bread, butter ad lib., tea, and plenty of good bread.

To hit, slap or strike
A blow, impact or slap
A smart resounding blow
To strike anything with a smart blow
To divide into shares; as, to whack the spoils of a robbery; often with up
hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy"
the sound made by a sharp swift blow
the sound made by a sharp swift blow hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy
Your whack of something is your share of it. The majority of people in this country pay their whack We need to win a fair whack of the contracts. = share
{i} blow, hard hit; jolting experience (Slang); part, piece (Slang); proper functioning (Slang)
To strike; to beat; to give a heavy or resounding blow to; to thrash; to make with whacks
v According to arch-hacker James Gosling, to " modify a program with no idea whatsoever how it works " (See {whacker} ) It is actually possible to do this in nontrivial circumstances if the change is small and well-defined and you are very good at {glark}ing things from context As a trivial example, it is relatively easy to change all `stderr' writes to `stdout' writes in a piece of C filter code which remains otherwise mysterious
the act of hitting vigorously; "he gave the table a whack"
If you whack someone or something, you hit them hard. You really have to whack the ball Someone whacked him on the head. Whack is also a noun. He gave the donkey a whack across the back with his stick
Something hang glider pilots shout when they see a friend digging in the glider's nose on landing Or what happens to a paraglider flying the lee side in rotor as in "I just got whacked hard "
A portion; share; allowance
{f} whip, hit hard; try, attempt (Slang); share equally (Slang)
(B) double (for penalties)
whack off
To masturbate
whack the illy
To carry on small-time confidence tricks, ie. the activity of an illywhacker
whack-a-mole
The practice of trying to stop something that persistently occurs in an apparently random manner at the point where the occurrence is noticed, such as terminating spammers’ e-mail accounts or closing pop-up advertisement windows

It’s like whack-a-mole: as soon as you fix one, another appears.

whack down
pay (Slang)
whack up
settle accounts (Slang)
full whack
To the maximum extent
full whack
An entire amount

We had to pay the full whack.

out of whack
Wrong, broken; specifically:

banged up left knee is out of whack.

out-of-whack
Alternative spelling of out of whack
whacked
Tired; fatigued

After that all-night party we were all whacked.

whacked
Simple past tense and past participle of whack
whacker
anything large; a whopper
whacker
a wannabe Black man
have a whack at it
try it, give it a try
out of whack
out of balance or out of adjustment; "the front wheel of my bicycle is out of whack"
out of whack
{s} low-spirited, in a bad mood
out of whack
out of balance or out of adjustment; "the front wheel of my bicycle is out of whack
whacked
(British informal) exhausted or worn out
whacked
{s} tired, bushed (Informal); high, drugged (Slang)
whacked
Drunk or intoxicated
whacked
tired
whacker
One who whacks
whacker
something especially big or impressive of its kind
whacker
Anything very large; specif
whacker
{i} someone or something that whacks; outrageous lie (Slang); something large and impressive
whacker
a great lie; a whapper
whacking
present participle of whack
whacking
the act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows
whacking
(British informal) enormous; "a whacking phone bill"; "a whacking lie"
whacking
{s} large and impressive, enormous (British Slang)
whacking
extremely; "a whacking good story
whacking
{i} flogging, whipping, lashing, beating
whacking
(British informal) enormous; "a whacking phone bill"; "a whacking lie" extremely; "a whacking good story
whacking
Very large; whapping
whacking
emphasis You can use whacking to emphasize how big something is. The supermarkets may be making whacking profits. = enormous Whacking is also an adverb. a whacking great hole. whacking great very big = whopping
whacking
extremely; "a whacking good story"
whacks
plural of , whack
whacks
third-person singular of whack
whack