wilderness

listen to the pronunciation of wilderness
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kalabalık
{i} bakımsız bahçe
{i} sahra
{i} çöl

Çölde tek başına hayatta kalabilir misin? - Could you survive alone in the wilderness?

el değmemiş doğa
{i} yığın
{i} el değmemiş yer
ekilmemiş boş arazi
kırlar
yaban hayat
(Çevre) yabani ve gelişmemiş bölge
kır
vahşi doğa

Sami, geniş Rus vahşi doğasında yürüyüşe çıkmayı seviyordu. - Sami loved hiking in the vast Russian wilderness.

Avcılık oyunu bu huzurlu vahşi doğada yasaklanmıştır. - Hunting game is forbidden in this tranquil wilderness.

{i} ıssız yer/bölge, kırlar
boşluk
el değmemiş bölge
şaşırtıcı kalabalık veya yığın
(Çevre) bakir bölgeler
ıssız yer
(Çevre) bakir alan
bakir doğa
wilderness areas
kırlar
wilderness area
el değmemiş bölge
wilderness survival
kırların kalıcılığı
strict wilderness area
mutlak koruma alanı
be sent into the wilderness
görevden alınmak
be sent into the wilderness
hükümetten düşürülmek
be sent into the wilderness
gözden düşmek
voice in the wilderness
boşa tüketilen nefes
wilder
şaşmak
wilder
şaşırtmak
wilder
şaş/şaşırt
İngilizce - İngilizce
An unsettled and uncultivated tract of land left in its natural state
{i} wastelands; forest; desert; range; back country; uninhabited region; garden for wild growth; wild or disordered state, jumble, confusing multitude
{n} a tract of solitude and savageness
(1 ) Heb midhbar, denoting not a barren desert but a district or region suitable for pasturing sheep and cattle (Ps 65: 12; Isa 42: 11; Jer 23: 10; Joel 1: 19; 2: 22); an uncultivated place This word is used of the wilderness of Beersheba (Gen 21: 14), on the southern border of Palestine; the wilderness of the Red Sea (Ex 13: 18); of Shur (15: 22), a portion of the Sinaitic peninsula; of Sin (17: 1), Sinai (Lev 7: 38), Moab (Deut 2: 8), Judah (Judg 1: 16), Ziph, Maon, En-gedi (1 Sam 23: 14, 24; 24: 1), Jeruel and Tekoa (2 Chr 20: 16, 20), Kadesh (Ps 29: 8)
An area of undeveloped Federal land retaining its primeval character and influence, without permanent improvement or human habitation, that is protected and managed so as to preserve its natural conditions and that (1) generally appears to have been affected primarily by the forces of nature, with the imprint of man's work substantially unnoticeable; (2) has outstanding opportunities for solitude or a primitive and unconfined type of recreation; (3) has at least 5,000 acres of land or is of sufficient size as to make practicable its preservation and use in an unimpaired condition; and (4) may also contain ecological, geological, or other features of scientific, educational, scenic, or historical value
an area of land generally greater than 1000 ha that predominantly retains its natural character and on which the impact of man is transitory and, in the long run, substantially unnoticeable
Undeveloped federal land retaining its primeval character, without permanent human habitation or improvements It is protected and managed to preserve its natural condition Wilderness Areas are designated by Congress (See 'pre existing use')
An area which is still mainly untouched by people
A wilderness is a desert or other area of natural land which is not used by people. the icy Canadian wilderness
A wild or uncultivated habitat that is inhabited only by wild organisms
An area of federal land, usually 5,000 acres or more, where the impact of man is largely unnoticeable, and which has been designated as wilderness by Congress
Nature untamed, untouched by humankind, potentially hostile, indifferent, destructive, but also awe-inspiring, sublime, exhilarating
Land under federal and state statues that are set aside to maintain these areas in primitive condition and are closed to any timber harvest or mechanized equipment
an unsettled region of land
a wild and uninhabited area
Federal lands which are designated by act of Congress as part of the National Wilderness Preservation System, using the Wilderness Act of 1964 The requirement is that they be untrammeled, where people are visitors rather than permanent residents, and human development is relatively insignificant There is not a legal requirement that Wilderness lands be roadless, although generally boundaries are drawn alongside roads If a road clearly has not been used in a long time and is reverting to a natural state, it can be included The same goes for structures like miners' cabins (California has its own state wilderness areas as well )
a wild area; land that has no settlers and is wild or unsettled
– Federal land retaining its primeval character and influence without permanent improvements or human habitation as defined under the 1964 Wilderness Act It is protected and managed so as to preserve the natural conditions, which (1) generally appear to have been affected primarily by forces of nature with the imprint of man’s activity substantially absent; (2) has outstanding opportunities for solitude or a primitive and confined type of recreation; (3) has at least 5000 acres, or is of sufficient size to make practical its preservation, enjoyment, and use in an unimpaired condition, and (4) may contain features of scientific, educational, scenic, or historical value as well as ecologic and geologic interest
a Congressionally-designated area that provides opportunities for solitude and primitive, unconfined recreational experiences There are no constructed facilities such as campgrounds, picnic areas, or interpretive sites and motorized and mechanized vehicles are prohibited
Quality or state of being wild; wildness
A disorderly or neglected place
An area of undeveloped land affected primarily by the forces of nature; an area where humans are visitors who do not remain
A tract of land, or a region, uncultivated and uninhabited by human beings, whether a forest or a wide, barren plain; a wild; a waste; a desert; a pathless waste of any kind
land remaining in basically wild (i e , undisturbed) condition, with few if any traces of human activities
An area of undeveloped land retaining its primeval character, without any substantial impact of human habitation or activities
wilderness area
an area of public land in the US where no buildings or roads are allowed to be built
wilderness campaign
American Civil War; a series of indecisive battles in Grant's campaign (1864) against Lee in which both armies suffered terrible losses
wilderness park
nature reserve
right of public access to the wilderness
freedom to roam
wilder
To bewilder, perplex

Is stolen abroad the wildering night,.

wilder
Comparative form of wild: more wild
wilder
{v} to lose, to puzzle in an unknown track
Battle of the Wilderness
(May 5-7, 1864) Engagement in the American Civil War. When Ulysses S. Grant planned a Union campaign to capture Richmond, Va., and advanced with 115,000 troops, he was met by a Confederate army of 62,000 under Robert E. Lee in dense thickets called the Wilderness. After two days of intense and inconclusive fighting, Union casualties outnumbered those of the Confederacy (burning brush killed many of the wounded), and Grant saw the futility of further hostilities in the area. He moved on to do battle at Spotsylvania Courthouse, forcing Lee back toward Richmond
Wilder
{i} family name; Billy Wilder (born 1906), Austrian-born American movie director who directed the movie "Some like It Hot"; Thornton Wilder (1897-1975), American author who wrote the play "Our Town
Wilder
American writer of novels, such as Little House on the Prairie (1935), based on her childhood on the American frontier. American writer whose works include novels, such as The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927), and the theatrically innovative drama Our Town (1938). adj. Wilder Billy Samuel Wilder Wilder Laura Ingalls Wilder Thornton Niven
a wilderness
wild
a wilderness
wilds
voice in the wilderness
prophet, helper
wilder
United States writer and dramatist (1897-1975)
wilder
comparative of wild
wilder
United States filmmaker (born in Austria) whose dark humor infused many of the films he made (1906-2002)
wilder
United States filmmaker (born in Austria) whose dark humor infused many of the films he made (1906-2002) United States writer and dramatist (1897-1975)
wilder
To bewilder; to perplex
wildernesses
plural of wilderness
wilderness