wig

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} takma saç
{i} peruk

Tom siyah bir peruk taktı. - Tom put on a black wig.

Peruk takmaya alışmak biraz zaman alacak. - It'll take some time to get used to wearing a wig.

haşlamak
sertçe azarlamak
peruka
wig and gown
İngiliz yargıçların giyindiği peruk ve cüppe
wig out
Heyecandan çılgına dönmek
wig weaver
peruk dokumacı
wig as head scarf
başörtü peruka
wig out
aşırı derecede korkmak
wig wag
(Askeri) görerek muhabere işareti
wig wag
(Askeri) GÖREREK MUHABERE ŞEKLİ: Bir flama veya bir ışığı, nizami koda göre sallamak suretiyle verilen işaret
false hair
takma saç
flip one's wig
çılgına dönmek
false hair
yanlış saç
fright wig
korku peruk
scented wig powder
kokulu peruk toz
wigged
perukali
keep your wig on
(deyim) sus ve otur aşağı
wigged
peruklu
wigging
azarlama
wigging
paylama
wigging
azar
İngilizce - İngilizce
To put on a wig; to provide with a wig (especially of an actor etc.)
To become very excitable or emotional; to lose control of one's emotions
A head of real or synthetic hair worn on the head to disguise baldness; for cultural or religious reasons; for fashion; or by actors to help them better resemble the character they are portraying
To upbraid, reprimand
{i} false hair
{n} a hair-covering for the head, a cake
To become very excitable or emotional; to lose control of ones emotions
hairpiece covering the head and made of real or synthetic hair
A head of real or synthetic hair worn on the head to disguise baldness; for cultural or religious reasons; for fashion; or by actors to help them resemble the character they are portraying
hairpiece covering the head and made of real or synthetic hair British slang for a scolding
An old seal; so called by fishermen
A wig is a covering of false hair which you wear on your head, for example because you have little hair of your own or because you want to cover up your own hair. To make or become wildly excited, enthusiastic, or crazy. Manufactured head covering of real or artificial hair worn in the theatre, as personal adornment, disguise, or symbol of office, or for religious reasons. Ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Greeks, and Romans used wigs, often as protection from the sun. In the West the wig first became an acceptable form of adornment or corrective for nature's defects in the 16th century, and men's perukes, or periwigs, came into widespread use in the 17th century. Men's wigs were common throughout the 18th century. Women wore wigs surreptitiously in the 18th-19th centuries; after the development of inexpensive synthetic wigs in the 20th century, women's wigs increased in popularity. In East Asia wigs have been used rarely except in the Chinese and Japanese theatre
To censure or rebuke; to hold up to reprobation; to scold
a manufactured covering of natural or synthetic hair for the head
Term used to describe a server reacting in an adverse manner to being slammed Closely associated with postal behavior Also known as: Wigging, Wigged-Out, Toupee
Within Grade Increase
A covering for the head, consisting of hair interwoven or united by a kind of network, either in imitation of the natural growth, or in abundant and flowing curls, worn to supply a deficiency of natural hair, or for ornament, or according to traditional usage, as a part of an official or professional dress, the latter especially in England by judges and barristers
British slang for a scolding
doll hair - can be human hair, mohair or synthetic Usually glue to the head but, in the case of composition can also be stapled to the head There was even one composition doll that had rooted hair (How's that for a trick?)
{f} put an artificial hairpiece on the head; scold, rebuke (British)
A kind of raised seedcake
Wing in Ground Effect
periwig
wig head
A stand for a wig, shaped roughly like a head
wig heads
plural form of wig head
wig out
To become extremely emotional or excitable; to lose control of one's emotions
wig out
Become deliriously excited
wig out
{f} become fearful in an agitated manner, freak out (e.g. "She woke up in the hospital and did not know where she was so she wigged out")
bald wig
A headpiece worn usually by stage and film actors so as to appear bald on top without the necessity of shaving their scalps
flip one's wig
To act in an irrational manner or appear to be temporarily insane
flip one's wig
To be very angry
lawyer's wig
An edible mushroom (Coprinus comatus)

In Britain, Coprinus comatus is dubbed the Lawyer's Wig..

wigging
Present participle of wig
wigging
A telling-off or reprimand

His Colonel talked to him severely when the cold weather ended. That made him more wretched than ever; and it was only an ordinary ‘Colonel's wigging’!.

A wig
syrup
afro-wig
a wig that gives the appearance of an afro hairdo
bob wig
A short wig with bobs or short curls; called also bobtail wig
fright wig
A wig with hair, especially long or frizzy hair, standing up from the surface
horsehair wig
a wig made of horsehair; "the English judiciary wear their traditional horsehair wigs
scratch wig
{i} type of short wig that covers only a portion of the head
wigged
wearing a wig; "the judges all wigged and robed
wigged
past of wig
wigged
Having the head covered with a wig; wearing a wig
wigged
{s} wearing a wig, wearing an artificial covering of hair
wigging
The action of the verb to wig
wigging
British slang for a scolding
wigging
{i} scolding, rebuking (British)
wigs
plural of wig
wig