whip

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} kamçılamak
kırbaçlamak

Singapur'da bir suçluyu cezalandırmanın bir yolu onu ya da onu kırbaçlamaktır. - In Singapore, one way to punish a criminal is to whip him or her.

Singapur'da suçluları cezalandırmanın bir yolu da onları kırbaçlamaktır. - In Singapore, one way to punish criminals is to whip them.

{i} kamçılama
{i} kamçı
{i} kırbaç

Babam beni tıpkı bir eşek gibi kırbaçlayacak. - My dad is going to whip me just like a donkey.

Kırbaçlandıktan sonra mahkum cevap verdi. - After being whipped, the prisoner replied.

{f} dövmek
{i} av köpeklerini idare eden kimse
{i} çırpılmış yiyecek
(Gıda) telle vurup köpürtmek
döndürmek (topaç)
bozguna uğratmak
(Askeri) piyan
(Gıda) çırparak karıştırmak
çalkalama
palanga
arabacı
çalkalamak
üstünlük
ifadesini almak
dayak atmak
kamçı çalmak
köpürtmek
parlamentoda parti denetçisi
{f} çok hızlı çek
{f} kamçila
çok hızlı çek(mek)
hızlı hareket etmek
(fiil) kamçılamak, kırbaçlamak, dövmek, çırpmak, kafasına sokmak, zorla öğretmek, yenmek, kapmak, olta atmak, teyellemek, bastırmak (kumaş), çevirmek, döndürmek (topaç vb.), dolamak (ip), çalmak, aşırmak, fırlamak, dalgalanmak (bayrak vb.)
kamçı gibi vurmak
{i} kitap dikişi
{f} kamçıla
oltayı tekrar tekrar suyun yuzeyine fırlatmak
{f} çırpmak
f kamçı ile dövmek veya vurmak
{f} çevirmek
{f} döndürmek (topaç vb.)
{f} fırlamak
bas- tır
{f} çalmak
{f} yenmek
azarlamak
parlamentoda parti d
{i} parti denetçisi
{f} aşırmak
kamçılamak döndürmek çırpmak fırlatmak
{f} out
{i} (yumurta v.b. için) çırpacak
{f} bastırmak (kumaş)
{i} teyel
{f} teyellemek
{f} kafasına sokmak
{f} dolamak (ip)
{i} parti disiplini bildirisi
{f} kapmak
{i} makara
{f} (kamçı, kayış, baston v.b. ile) vurmak; kamçılamak; kırbaçlamak; (birinin kıçına) şaplak indirmek; dayak atmak
{f} olta atmak
{i} çırpma teli
{f} zorla öğretmek
{f} dalgalanmak (bayrak vb.)
geçirmek
kirban
whip up
artırmak
whip check
basınçlı hortumların bağlantı yerlerinden ayrılıp savrulmasını önleyen bağlantı malzemesi
whip out
(Fiili Deyim ) aniden çekmek yada çıkarmak
whip up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- tahrik etmek 2- çarçabuk hazırlamak
whip up
hızlandırmak
whip pan
(Sinema) hızlı çevrinme
whip up
uyandırmak
whip up
teşvik etmek
whip up
yapıvermek
whip antenna
kamçı anteni
whip hand
üstünlük
whip off
hızla çıkar
whip scorpion
kamçılı akrep
whip snake
kamçılı yılan
whip up
tahrik et
whip a top
Üst kırbaç
whip about
kırbaç hakkında
whip cord
kamçı kord
whip into
kırbaç içine
whip into shape
(deyim) Güç kullanarak istenilen şekle veya duruma sokmak
whip pan
hızlı çevrinme, bulanık çevrinme, yıldırım geçişi
whip s.o./s.t. into shape
k. dili birini/bir şeyi istenilen şekle/duruma getirivermek: İn two weeks he´d whipped his team into shape. İki hafta içinde takımını oynamaya hazır bir duruma getirivermişti
whip saw
tomruk testeresi
whip someone into a state
Birinde bir duyguyu uyandırmak veya kışkırtmak; kamçılamak
whip something up
(deyim) Çabucak birşeyler hazırlamak

Let's whip something up for tonight's party. A few games and some snacks should be fine.

whip across
çabucak gitmek
whip aerial
çubuk anten
whip and derry
değirmen kolu
whip and derry
palanga
whip and spur
en yüksek hızla
whip antenna
çubuk anten
whip around
çabucak gitmek
whip away
kapmak
whip away
kapıp almak
whip back
çabucak dönmek
whip from
kapmak
whip hand
avantaj
whip hand
kamçı tutan el
whip in
partiyi bir arada tutmak
whip in
av köpeklerini idare etmek
whip in
girivermek
whip off
(Fiili Deyim ) (elbise vs. yi) çabucak çıkarmak
whip off
hızla çıkarmak
whip off
uçurmak
whip off
çabucak gitmek
whip off
götürmek
whip on
çabucak giymek
whip on
kamçı ile dürtmek
whip on
üstüne geçirivermek
whip out
çıkıvermek
whip out
çıkarıvermek
whip out
birdenbire çıkarmak
whip out
çabucak çıkmak
whip out
birden çekmek
whip out
çekivermek
whip over
çabucak gitmek
whip ray
uyuşturan balığı
whip round
çabuk dönmek
whip round
para toplamak
whip round
(deyim) koşmak,çabu çabuk yürümek. a whip-round para toplama
whip round
çabucak gitmek
whip round
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- birdenbire dönmek 2- para yardımı toplamak
whip round
yardım toplamak
whip round
(deyim) para yardımı toplamak
whip s.o. away/off
birini götürüvermek
whip s.o./s.t. into
{k} birini/bir şeyi istenilen şekle/duruma getirivermek: In two weeks he'd whipped his team into shape. İki hafta içinde takımını
whip s.t. away
bir şeyi kapıvermek
whip s.t. off
bir giysiyi çıkarıvermek
whip s.t. on
bir giysiyi giyivermek
whip someone away
birini götürüvermek
whip something away
bir şeyi kapıvermek
whip something off
bir giysiyi çıkarıvermek
whip something on
bir giysiyi giyivermek
whip stoll
(Askeri,Havacılık) çekişle perdovites
whip stoll
(Askeri) ÇEKİŞLE PERDOVİTES; BİR HAVA MANEVRASI: Bu hareketle uçağa hızı düşünceye ve burnu birden bire aşağı doğru dikilinceye kadar tırmanma yaptırılır
whip up
çalkalamak
whip up
çabucak hazırlamak
whip up
tahrik etmek
whip up
kamçılamak
whip up
çırpmak
whip up
bir çırpıda hazırlamak
whip up
kışkırtmak
whack, whip, hit hard
paylaşmak, kamçı, sert vurdu
whipping
{i} dayak
whipping
kırbaçla dövme
whipping
kırbaçlama
whipping
kamçılama
crack a whip
kamçı şaklatmak
crack the whip
(deyim) kamçıyı eline almak
crack the whip
(deyim) yetkisini tümüyle kullanmak
weed whip
ot biçme makinesi
whipping
(Gıda) çırpma
whipping
kırbaç cezası
whipping
kırbaçlayarak
wire whip
(Gıda) çırpma teli
be a bad whip
kötü araba kullanmak
be a good whip
iyi araba kullanmak
give a fair crack of the whip
özünü göstermek
whipping
{i} kırbaç
whipping
kırbaçla cezalandırma
whipping
{f} kırbaçla döv
buggy whip
buggy kırbaç
cool whip
cool kırbaç
cracking the whip
kamçı çatlama
horse whip
at kırbaç
sea whip
deniz kırbaç
whipped
çırpılmış. "whipped cream=çırpılmış krem"
whipped
(Endüstri) Başkası tarafından kontrol edilen
whipped
Completely controlled by someone else
a whip
kamçı şaklaması crack of
be a poor whip
kötü araba kullanmak
fair crack of the whip
(deyim) bir seyi yapmak icin ele gecen sans
get the whip hand of smb
avantaj sağlamak
get the whip hand of smb
üstünlük sağlamak
giant whip
(Arılık) dev kamçı
have a whip round
para toplamak
have a whip round
yardım toplamak
have the whip hand of
avantajı olmak
have the whip hand of
üstün olmak
pipe whip
(Nükleer Bilimler) boru kamçısı
three line whip
çok önemli bildiri
three line whip
bağlayıcı karar
whipped
kırbaç yemek
whipper
kamçılayan kimse veya şey
whipper
{i} kamçı
whipper
{i} kırbaçlayan kimse
whipper
kamçılayan kişi
whipper
{i} kırbaç
whipping
ipin etrafına sarılan sicim
whipping
whipping post kamçılamak için suçluların bağlandığı direk
whipping
{i} ipe sarılan sicim
whipping
{i} birinin kıçına şaplak indirme; dayak
whipping
{i} bastırma (dikiş)
whipping
whipping boy başkalarının suçlan üzerine yukletilen çocuk
İngilizce - İngilizce
To hit with a whip
To throw or kick an object at a high velocity
To bind the end of a rope with twine or other small stuff to prevent its unlaying: fraying or unravelling
To snap back and forth like a whip
By extension, to hit with any flexible object
To mix in a rapid aerating fashion, especially food
Whipped cream
To defeat
To fish a body of water especially by making repeated casts
A lash: an object that is pliant and flexible: commonly a rod; (cane or rattan) or plaited or braided (commonly leather ) rope or thong used to create a sharp "crack" sound for encouraging, directing or herding animals
To move very fast

He looked up when I came in, gave a kind of cry, and whipped upstairs into the cabinet. It was but for one minute that I saw him, but the hair stood upon my head like quills.

A purchase in which one block is used to gain a 2: 1 mechanical advantage
A mode of personal motorized transportation; an automobile, all makes and models including motorcycles, excluding public transportation
A member of a political party who is in charge of enforcing the party's policies in votes
same instrument used to strike a person or animal for punishment in corporal punishment or torture
To urge into action. (He whipped the department into shape.)
{v} to cut with a whip, correct with a rod, lash, take or move nimbly, sew slightly
{n} a scourge or lash with one thong
The Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program, WHIP provides financial incentives to develop habitat for fish and wildlife on private lands Participants agree to implement a wildlife habitat development plan and USDA agrees to provide cost-share assistance for the initial implementation of wildlife habitat development practices
A term used at the federal level to refer to the deputy majority leader It derives from the British fox-hunting term "whipper-in," which described the person responsible for keeping the foxhounds from leaving the pack Some, but not all, of the caucuses in the Oregon Legislature use the term "whip" in reference to the deputy majority or minority leader
When you whip something liquid such as cream or an egg, you stir it very fast until it is thick or stiff. Whip the cream until thick Whip the eggs, oils and honey together. strawberries and whipped cream
A Member of the Legislative Assembly whose role is to keep other members of his or her party informed about House business and to ensure their attendance in the House, especially when a vote is to be held
If you have the whip hand, you have power over someone else in a particular situation. These days the shopper has the whip hand, and will not buy if stores fail to lower their prices
A small tackle with a single rope, used to hoist light bodies
An individual selected to assist the party floor leader
To snap back and forth like a whip. (The pennants whipped in the wind.)
A whipping motion; a thrashing about; as, the whip of a tense rope or wire which has suddenly parted; also, the quality of being whiplike or flexible; flexibility; suppleness, as of the shaft of a golf club
To fish (a body of water) with a rod and artificial fly, the motion being that employed in using a whip
A legislator who is chosen to be assistant to the leader of the party in both the House and Senate
A call made upon members of a Parliament party to be in their places at a given time, as when a vote is to be taken
To whip, you need to beat the ingredients very rapidly with a wire whisk or electric mixer Stirring adds air and cream or egg whites become fluffy Stop whisking when peaks form
A term used at the federal level to refer to the Deputy Majority Leader It derives from the British fox-hunting term "whipper-in, "which described the person responsible for keeping the foxhounds from leaving the pack Some, but not all, of the caucuses in the Oregon Legislature use the term "whip" in reference to the deputy majority or minority leader
An instrument or driving horses or other animals, or for correction, consisting usually of a lash attached to a handle, or of a handle and lash so combined as to form a flexible rod
A long, thin device held by the rider and used to urge the horse on
a quick blow with a whip an instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping (golf) the flexibility of the shaft of a golf club a dessert made of sugar and stiffly beaten egg whites or cream and usually flavored with fruit a legislator appointed by the party to enforce discipline strike as if by whipping; "The curtain whipped her face"
defeat thoroughly; "He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
an instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping
To take or move by a sudden motion; to jerk; to snatch; with into, out, up, off, and the like
An officer of a political party, as in Congress, who maintains party discipline and enforces attendance In each house of Congress, the majority whip assists the majority leader and the minority whip assists the minority leader by rounding up the party's Representatives and Senators before a vote and "whipping into shape" errant party members, so as to consolidate support for the party's agenda
To hoist or purchase by means of a whip
beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
To conquer; to defeat, as in a contest or game; to beat; to surpass
To beat rapidly with a whisk, or electric mixer, incorporating air to lighten a mixture and increase its volume
If something, for example the wind, whips something, it strikes it sharply. A terrible wind whipped our faces
To move nimbly; to start or turn suddenly and do something; to whisk; as, he whipped around the corner
A whip is a member of a political party in a parliament or legislature who is responsible for making sure that party members are present to vote on important issues and that they vote in the appropriate way. The Whips have the job of making sure MPs toe the line
To bind the end of a rope with twine or other small stuff to prevent its unlaying
[1] The member of a political party who is given the responsibility of lining up votes on key bills, and [2] informing members of the party as to the directions of leadership
If you whip people into an emotional state, you deliberately cause and encourage them to be in that state. He could whip a crowd into hysteria
To throw an object at a high velocity (Typically used in New England. He whipped the ball at me.)
A rod or rope used to punish or torture victims by hitting them
(golf) the flexibility of the shaft of a golf club
One of the arms or frames of a windmill, on which the sails are spread
A coachman; a driver of a carriage; as, a good whip
To drive with lashes or strokes of a whip; to cause to rotate by lashing with a cord; as, to whip a top
A gelatin-based dessert that's airy and light because of the addition of either whipped cream or stiffly beaten egg whites To beat ingredients thereby incorporating air into them and increasing their volume until they are light and fluffy
A whip is a long thin piece of material such as leather or rope, fastened to a stiff handle. It is used for hitting people or animals
strike as if by whipping; "The curtain whipped her face"
thrash about flexibly in the manner of a whiplash; "The tall grass whipped in the wind
A member who acts as a party manager, ensuring that his or her colleagues are present in the Chamber to support or oppose a question that is put to the vote
See Pennant (a) A huntsman who whips in the hounds; whipper- in
a dessert made of sugar and stiffly beaten egg whites or cream and usually flavored with fruit
A person (as a member of Parliament) appointed to enforce party discipline, and secure the attendance of the members of a Parliament party at any important session, especially when their votes are needed
A key assistant to a party leader in the House or Senate
To move very fast. (The wind whipped through the valley.)
subject to harsh criticism; "The Senator blistered the administration in his speech on Friday"; "the professor scaled the students"; "your invectives scorched the community"
To beat rapidly, to introduce air into a mixture, usually of cream
a quick blow with a whip
If someone whips a person or animal, they beat them or hit them with a whip or something like a whip. Eye-witnesses claimed Mr Melton whipped the horse up to 16 times + whipping whippings whip·ping He threatened to give her a whipping. = beating
Any of various pieces that operate with a quick vibratory motion, as a spring in certain electrical devices for making a circuit, or a rocking certain piano actions
whip down
To rain heavily
whip grafting
similar to splice grafting, except that a cleft or slit is made in the end of both scion and stock, in the direction of the grain and in the middle of the sloping surface, forming a kind of tongue, so that when put together, the tongue of each is inserted in the slit of the other
whip stitch
A simple embroidery or hand sewing stitch in which the needle is passed in and out of the fabric in a series of stitches that circle an edge of the fabric
whip up
To beat (stir) (a liquid) quickly so to introduce air and form foam
whip up
To produce (something) quickly, especially food
whip up
To arouse or excite

His speech whipped the crowd up into a frenzy.

whip-round
A quick collection of money from a group of people, usually for a beneficial purpose
whip up
prepare or cook quickly or hastily
whip around
(deyim) Cause someone or something to reverse direction quickly

1. The roller coaster whipped around the riders, right and left, until they were almost sick. 2. The sharp turn whipped me around, but I wasn't hurt.

whip into shape
(deyim) Bring forcefully to a desired state or condition
whip someone into a state
(deyim) Excite, arouse, or foment someone into some state. (Based on whip someone into doing something.)

1. The governor's speech whipped the audience into a frenzy. 2. The angry cries from the audience whipped the speaker into a rage.

whip something up
(deyim) Make or prepare something, especially food, very quickly
whip antenna
antenna that is used mainly for vehicles and mobile communications devices
whip hand
hand that strikes, hand that beats; control
whip off
abduct, kidnap; remove by abduction
whip out
take out quickly; leave quickly
whip scorpion
Any of various arachnids of the order Pedipalpi, such as the vinegarroon, that resemble scorpions but have a slender whiplike process on the abdomen and no poisonous sting
whip through
go through very fast; "We whipped through the last papers that we had to read before the weekend
whip up
make quickly, cause to happen
whip up
If someone whips up an emotion, especially a dangerous one such as hatred, or if they whip people up into an emotional state, they deliberately cause and encourage people to feel that emotion. He accused politicians of whipping up anti-foreign sentiments in order to win right-wing votes = stir up
whip up eggs
beat eggs, scramble eggs
whip-round
solicitation of money usually for a benevolent purpose
whip-round
When a group of people have a whip-round, money is collected from each person so that it can be used to buy something for all of them or for someone they all know. have a whip-round if a group of people have a whip-round, they all give some money so that they can buy something together
whip-scorpion
nonvenomous arachnid that resembles a scorpion and that has a long thin stingless tail
whip-snake
any of several fast-moving North American snakes with long whiplike tails
horse whip
riding whip, crop
hunting whip
a whip with a hooked horn handle (that can be used for opening gates), a short shaft or stock and has a long leather thong with a silk or cord lash
misery whip
A two-man crosscut saw, often more than ten feet in length, used to fell large trees
pencil whip
To approve a document without actually knowing or reviewing what it is that is being approved
pistol-whip
To strike or beat someone with a pistol, especially with its butt
riding whip
riding crop, horse whip
sea whip coral
Any of a group of cnidarians, of the order Gorgonacea, that form flexible colonies with few branches
sennet whip
an implement for informal corporal punishment; usually consisting in about 18 inches of rope, made heavier and more brittle by dipping in hot tar, usually with a knot in the receiving end, or simulated by pleating leather shoelaces to form a single length as a thin whip
three-line whip
An imperative order

I have to go shopping with the wife, I'm afraid. She's given me a three-line whip.

three-line whip
A directive from an MP's superiors to vote in a particular way in parliament, despite what the politician might believe or what his constituents would wish

Since the metaphysical status of egg-casing is not one on which the church has yet pronounced, opposition appears based on yuck and nothing else. But yuck has become diktat, with Catholic MPs up to cabinet level being given a three-line whip by their bishops.

whiplike
Resembling a whip or some aspect of one; long, thin, and flexible
whipped
Simple past tense and past participle of whip
whipping
Present participle of whip
whipping
The lashing of the end of a rope. (FM 55-501)
whipping
The punishment of being whipped
whup
To whip, thrash, or defeat
whupping
A brutal defeat

We laid a whupping on that team.

whupping
Present participle of whup
whipper
{n} one who whips, one who beats
a fair crack of the whip
(deyim) An equal chance to do something: "It's only right that all the candidates should be given a fair crack of the whip."
A whip
flagellum
Chief Whip
the Chief Whip an important member of a British political party whose job is to make sure that members of the party elected to parliament obey party orders
Cool Whip
a type of sweet white light food similar to firm cream, sold in the US, which people often put on sweet dishes such as pie or fruit
Likud whip
controlling member of the Likud (Israeli political party)
Whipped
whipt
buggy whip
a horsewhip once used by a driver of a buggy; "since buggies have been replaced by cars the buggy whip has become a symbol for anything that is hopelessly outmoded
crack a whip
shake a whip so it makes a snapping sound, hit with a whip
crack the whip
{f} act in a domineering manner; strongly request obedience and hard work and efficiency from others; encourage to greater effort (Slang)
have the whip hand
be in control
minority whip
legislator from a minority party whose role is to ensure attendance of party members and enforce party policies
party whip
representative in Parliament whose role is to urge members to participate in votes
pistol-whip
beat with a pistol
pistol-whip
to hit someone many times with a pistol
prune whip
dessert made of prune puree and whipped cream
sea whip
A gorgonian having a simple stem
sea whip
Any of various gorgonian corals forming flexible colonies with few or no branches and commonly found on coral reefs of the Atlantic
smack of the whip
crack of a whip, sound made when one thrashes a whip
smart as a whip
brainy: having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence; "some men dislike brainy women"; "a brilliant mind"; "a brilliant solution to the problem"
three-line whip
A three-line whip is a situation where the MPs in a political party are ordered to attend parliament and vote in a particular way on a particular issue. an order from a leader of a British political party telling MPs in that party that they must vote in a particular way
whiplike
{s} (Biology) resembling a flagella; having flagella; flagellate
whipped
past of whip
whipped
Controlled by a spouse or significant other to an unreasonable degree
whipped
{s} beaten into a froth (as of eggs, cream, etc.); lashed with a whip; defeated
whipper
Agent noun of whip; a person or thing that whips
whipper
A kind of simple willow
whipper
A long and disquieting fall, comparable to a screamer, that unpleasantly snaps a climber back into reality
whipper
One who raises coal or merchandise with a tackle from a chip's hold
whipper
One who whips; especially, an officer who inflicts the penalty of legal whipping
whipper
a person who administers punishment by wielding a switch or whip
whipper
{i} one who whips or lashes
whipper
(n) a fall
whipping
The straps used to re-inforce the join between the club head and shaft
whipping
a very thin cord-like material that is used to wrap the area where the shaft inserts into the clubhead on a wooden club Example: "Because the majority of woods are metal today you don't see a whole lot of whipping any more "
whipping
a cord or thread used to lash or bind something
whipping
the act of overcoming or outdoing
whipping
a stitch passing over an edge diagonally
whipping
a sound defeat
whipping
The lashing of the end of a rope
whipping
a very thin cord-like material that is used to wrap the area where the shaft inserts into the clubhead on a wooden club Example: Because the majority of woods are metal today you don't see a whole lot of whipping any more
whipping
a heavy defeat; a thrashing
whipping
from Whip, v
whipping
The process of securing the ends of a fiber or wire rope to prevent the strands from unraveling
whipping
The tendency of a long rotating shaft (like a drive shaft) to bend at high speed, like a bow or whip
whipping
a cooking technique in which air is incorporated into cream etc
whipping
{i} lashing; flogging; defeat (Sports)
whipping
beating with a whip or strap or rope as a form of punishment
whipping
Waxed thread used to bind the area where the shaft meets the clubhead Modern techniques have made this practice redundant
whipping
smart and fashionable; "snappy conversation"; "some sharp and whipping lines"
whipping
The binding agent or method used on the end of a piece of rope to prevent fraying and unraveling WINCH-A mechanical revolving drum appliance used to gain power in hauling or pulling in a line WINDWARD-Toward the direction from which the wind is blowing WIRE ROPE-Rope made from twisted strands of iron or steel WORKING SAILS-The sails used under normal sailing conditions, usually consisting of the mainsail and the regular or working jib on a sloop rig
whipping
a punishment given to someone by whipping them
whipping
Beating eggs until frothy and cream until thick
whips
plural of whip
whips
third-person singular of whip
whupped
past of whup
whip