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wind
rüzgâr

Hava soğuktu ve üstelik rüzgarlıydı. - It was cold, and in addition, it was windy.

Rüzgar alevleri körükledi. - The wind fanned the flames.

wind
{f} sarmak
wind
{f} dolamak
wind
yel

Tanrı rüzgarı sağlar, ama insanın yelkenleri yükseltmesi gerekir. - God provides the wind, but man must raise the sails.

Hollanda'da nereye gidersen git farketmez, yel değirmenlerini göreceksin. - It doesn't matter where you go in Holland, you'll see windmills.

wind
{i} rüzgar

Yumuşak bir rüzgar esiyor. - A gentle wind is blowing.

Rüzgar alevleri körükledi. - The wind fanned the flames.

winds of
rüzgarların
winds aloft
(Meteoroloji) yüksek rüzgarlar
wind
{i} kurma (saat)
wind
{f} (wound)
wind
döndürmek
wind
{i} dönemeç
main winds
(Askeri) ana rüzgarlar
trade winds
(Coğrafya) alize rüzgarları
trade winds
(Meteoroloji) ticaret rüzgarları
wind
hava hareketi
wind
soluk

Soluklanmam için bana bir dakika ver. - Give me a minute to catch my wind.

wind
{f} kıvırmak
wind
çevirmek
wind
havacıva
wind
duymak
wind
kurmak (saati)
wind
saati kurmak
wind
gaz (mide ve bağırsaktaki)
wind
hava gazı
wind
bitirmek
wind
dolaşmak
wind
saat kurmak
wind
kıvrım (nehirdeki)
wind
döne döne gitmek
wind
kurmak
wind
nehir

Pencereden bir nehir görüyorum. - Through the window, I see a river.

Nehir ormanın içinden kıvrılarak gitmektedir. - The river winds through the forest.

wind
nefes nefese bırakmak
wind
halletmek
wind
nefessiz bırakmak
wind
nefessiz kal
wind
çevirmek (manivela vb'ni)
wind
saçmalık
wind
rolik sarmak
wind
gaz

Patatesler bana gaz yapar. - Potatoes give me wind.

O sadece seni gaza getiriyor. - He's only winding you up.

wind
viraj
wind
sonuçlandırmak
wind
havagazı
wind
{f} kıvrıla kıvrıla gitmek
scatter to the winds
çarçur etmek
variable winds
değişken rüzgârlar
wind
hava cıva
wind
külek
wind
midede gaz
wind
boş laf
wind
soluğunu kesmek
wind
nefes

Nefesli enstrümanlar içinde en mükemmeli insan sesidir. - The human voice is the most beautiful of all wind instruments.

Biraz nefesi kesilmiş görünüyorsun. - You look a little winded.

wind
esinti

Bir rüzgar esintisi geldi ve Curdken'in şapkasını uçurdu. - A puff of wind came and blew Curdken's hat far away.

Bir rüzgar esintisi Curdken'in şapkasını uçurdu, ve o onu tepe ve vadinin üzerinde kovalamak zorunda kaldı. - A gust of wind blew Curdken's hat away, and he had to chase it over hill and dale.

cardinal winds
ana rüzgârlar
fly to the winds
rüzgarlara uçmak
gale force winds
fırtına kuvvet rüzgarlar
gale-force winds
bora-kuvvet rüzgarlarının
gusting winds
kuvvetli rüzgar
local winds
yerel rüzgârlar
west winds
batı rüzgârları
barrier winds
(Meteoroloji) bariyer rüzgarları
cardinal winds
(Denizbilim,Meteoroloji) ana yön rüzgarları
cast to the winds
kabul etmemek
etesian winds
imbat
etesian winds
meltem
fling to the winds
kulak asmamak
local winds
lokal rüzgarlar
local winds
yerel yeller
mediterranean winds
(Meteoroloji) akdeniz rüzgarları
periodic winds
(Meteoroloji) devirli rüzgarlar
periodic winds
(Meteoroloji) çevrimsel rüzgarlar
prevailing winds
(Askeri) en sık esen rüzgarlar
prevailing winds
(Askeri) hakim rüzgarlar
storm winds
(Meteoroloji) fırtına rüzgarları
the prevailing winds
(bir yerde) hâkim olan/en çok esen rüzgârlar: There the prevailing winds are from the north. Orada rüzgâr genellikle kuzeyden eser
throw all cautions to the winds
(Askeri) Bütün tedbirleri elden bırakmak
throw to the winds
boşvermek
to the four winds
her yöne
tower of the winds
(Meteoroloji) rüzgarlar kulesi
west winds
(Meteoroloji) balı rüzgarları
wind
{f} kıvrılmak
wind
soluklandırmak
wind
osuruk
wind
{i} İng. (mide ve bağırsaktaki) gaz
wind
üfleme
wind
kurmak dolaşmak
wind
wind its way dolaşıp gitmek
wind
açmak

Cumbayı açmak için sadece butona basmalısınız. - You have only to push the button to open the bay window.

Tom sırasından çıktı ve bir pencere açmak için gitti. - Tom got out from behind his desk and went over to open a window.

wind
eğrilmek
wind
dolambaçlı ol
wind
{f} (up) (zemberek v.b.'ni çevirerek) (saati, gramofonu v.b.'ni) kurmak: Will you wind the grandfather clock? Sandıklı saati kurar
wind
gizli gizli sokulmak
wind
{f} bükülmek
wind
{i} k.dili. boş laflar, lafügüzaf, fasarya
wind
{f} dolanmak
wind
soluklandı
wind
{f} -i nefessiz bırakmak; -i nefes nefese
wind
{f} açmak (yol)
wind
geri dönmek
wind
nefesli

Nefesli enstrümanlar içinde en mükemmeli insan sesidir. - The human voice is the most beautiful of all wind instruments.

wind
üflemeli
wind
nefes aldırmak
wind
hava

Bugün hava rüzgarlı, değil mi? - It is windy today, isn't it?

Hava bugün dünkünden daha rüzgarlı. - It's windier today than it was yesterday.

wind
koku

Çiçeklerin kokusu, otobüsün açık pencerelerinden içeri girdi. - The smell of the flowers came in through the open windows of the bus.

wind
dolambaçlı olmak
wind
wind down yavaslamak
wind
koklayarak bulmak
wind
kokusunu almak
wind
sarılmak

Tom gibi sarılmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to wind up like Tom.

İngilizce - İngilizce
plural form of wind
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wind
blowing from the four quarters of heaven (Jer 49: 36; Ezek 37: 9; Dan 8: 8; Zech 2: 6) The east wind was parching (Ezek 17: 10; 19: 12), and is sometimes mentioned as simply denoting a strong wind (Job 27: 21; Isa 27: 8) This wind prevails in Palestine from February to June, as the west wind (Luke 12: 54) does from November to February The south was a hot wind (Job 37: 17; Luke 12: 55) It swept over the Arabian peninsula The rush of invaders is figuratively spoken of as a whirlwind (Isa 21: 1); a commotion among the nations of the world as a striving of the four winds (Dan 7: 2) The winds are subject to the divine power (Ps 18: 10; 135: 7)
plural of wind
(MPH)
third-person singular of wind
{f} turn, coil; twist around, convolute; meander; bind, bandage; be bound; be twisted around; change direction
n A classification of tiles consisting of the tiles bearing the characters representing east, west, north, and south Each player is associated with a wind, which changes every hand East is the dealer
winds up
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wind up
winds of change
{i} change in opinions and views
Santa Ana winds
plural form of Santa Ana wind
Santana winds
plural form of Santana wind
foul winds
plural form of foul wind
solar winds
plural form of solar wind
stellar winds
plural form of stellar wind
trade winds
plural form of trade wind
wind
To tighten the spring of the clockwork mechanism such as that of a clock

Please wind up that old-fashioned alarm clock.

wind
The ability to exert oneself without feeling short of breath

Give me a minute before we jog the next mile — I need a second wind.

wind
To blow air through a wind instrument or horn to make a sound
wind
Flatus

Ewww. Someone passed wind.

wind
To turn coils of (a cord or something similar) around something

Please wind up that kite string.

wind
Real or perceived movement of atmospheric air usually caused by convection or differences in air pressure

The winds in Chicago are fierce.

wind
To cause (someone) to become breathless, often by a blow to the abdomen

The boxer was winded during round two.

wind
One of the five basic elements (see Wikipedia article on the Classical elements)
wind
{f} turn, coil; twist around, convolute; meander; bind, bandage; be bound; be twisted around; change direction
wind
{n} a current of air, breath or respiration, flatulence, publicity
wind
{v} to turn round, twist, insinuate, unfold, blow
throw caution to the winds
Be daring; make a bold or risky move. "Hearing that Apaches were planning to start a war, the whites decided to throw caution to the winds and attack the Apaches first."
Cave of the Winds
series of caves located in Colorado (USA); cave originally located behind the Bridal Veil Falls in the Niagara Reservation State Park in Niagara Falls NY (destroyed by dynamite in 1955 because of the danger caused by erosion and rock falls)
etesian winds
winds that blow at certain seasons
new winds were blowing
winds of change were blowing, the attitude changed, new ideas were heard
rude winds
stormy winds, strong winds
strong southerly winds
forceful winds that are coming from the south
the four winds
winds coming from the four directions (north, south, east and west)
trade winds
a system of relatively constant low level winds that occur in the tropics The trade winds blow from the northeast to the equator in the Northern Hemisphere and from the southeast to the equator in the Southern Hemisphere
trade winds
the conspicuously reliable winds blowing obliquely in the low troposphere from a subtropical high to the intertropical convergence zone
trade winds
Surface air from the horse latitudes that moves back toward the equator and is deflected by the Coriolis Force, causing the winds to blow from the Northeast in the Northern Hemisphere and from the Southeast in the Southern Hemisphere These steady winds are called trade winds because they provided trade ships with an ocean route to the New World See wind
trade winds
Winds blowing towards low pressure regions at the equator They blew the large sailing ships which developed the trading links between Europe and the New World
trade winds
The air masses moving from subtropical high-pressure belts toward the equator; south-easterly in the Southern Hemisphere
trade winds
Any of a consistent system of prevailing winds occupying most of the tropics, constituting the major component of the general circulation of the atmosphere, and blowing northeasterly in the Northern Hemisphere and southeasterly in the Southern Hemisphere
trade winds
a steady wind system, occupying most of the tropics, which are northeasterly in the northern hemisphere and southeasterly in the southern hemisphere
trade winds
Surface winds that generally dominate air flow in the tropics These winds blow from about 30 degrees north and south latitude to the equator Trade winds in the Northern Hemisphere have a westerly direction and are referred to as the Northeast Trades Southern Hemisphere trade winds also have a westerly direction but are called the Southeast Trades
trade winds
any of the nearly constant easterly winds that dominate most of the tropics and subtropics, blowing mainly from the northeast in the Northern Hemisphere and from the southeast in the Southern Hemisphere
trade winds
are global-scale winds in the tropics that blow generally toward to west in both hemispheres (from the Northeast in the Northern Hemisphere and from the southeast in the Southern Hemisphere) These steady winds are called trade winds because they provided trade ships with a sailing route to the "New World," America
trade winds
steady regular winds that blow in a belt approximately 30 N and 30 S of the equator In the North Atlantic the trades blow consistently all year round, from the north-east; in the South Atlantic they blow from the south-east, converging just north of the equator The meeting of the trade winds just north of the equator created the infamous 'doldrums', where sailing ships could be becalmed for days or weeks waiting for a wind to carry them back into the trades They were known as trade winds because of their regularity, thereby assisting sailing vessels in reaching their markets to carry out trade
trade winds
Persistent tropical winds that blow from the subtropical high pressure centers towards the equatorial low
trade winds
Two belts of prevailing winds that blow easterly from the subtropical high pressure centers towards the equatorial trough Primarily lower level winds, they are characterized by their great consistency of direction In the Northern Hemisphere, the trades blow from the northeast, and in the Southern Hemisphere, the trades blow from the southeast
trade winds
Global-scale winds in the tropics that blow generally toward the west in both hemispheres
trade winds
Winds that trade or tread in one uniform track In the northern hemisphere they blow from the north-east, and in the southern hemisphere from the south-east, about thirty degrees each side of the equator In some places they blow six months in one direction, and six in the opposite It is a mistake to derive the word from trade (commerce), under the notion that they are “good for trade ” (Anglo Saxon, tredde-wind, a treading wind- i e wind of a specific “beat” or tread; tredan, to tread )
upper winds
winds that blow in the upper atmosphere and greatly affect weather conditions (Meteorology)
westerly winds
winds that come from a direction in the west
wind
breath; "the collision knocked the wind out of him"
wind
{f} air out, ventilate; blow a wind instrument; make sound by blowing; search out by smell; cause to be out of breath; catch one´s breath
wind
To go to the one side or the other; to move this way and that; to double on one's course; as, a hare pursued turns and winds
wind
Crosswind: The wind blowing from gunner to the mark or blowing from the mark to the gunner (with a 90 degree throw) Downwind: The wind blowing from the line to the mark Upwind: The wind is blowing from the mark to the dog on line
wind
To perceive or follow by the scent; to scent; to nose; as, the hounds winded the game
wind
The movement and circulation of Earth's atmosphere near its surface; moving air
wind
A climatic cause of disease which can manifest as rapidly changing symptoms, symptoms which move around, symptoms which affect the top part of the body and ones which affect the Lung first Other manifestations can be itching, tremors, convulsions and/or numbness
wind
is a natural motion of the air, especially a noticeable current of air moving in the atmosphere parallel to Earth's surface Winds are caused by uneven heating and cooling of the Earth and atmosphere
wind
Air impregnated with an odor or scent
wind
extend in curves and turns; "The road winds around the lake"
wind
To blow; to sound by blowing; esp
wind
wrap or coil around; "roll your hair around your finger"; "Twine the thread around the spool"
wind
The wind speed and direction
wind
The force developed by the movement of air, expressed as pressure
wind
To turn completely, or with repeated turns; especially, to turn about something fixed; to cause to form convolutions about anything; to coil; to twine; to twist; to wreathe; as, to wind thread on a spool or into a ball
wind
To cover or surround with something coiled about; as, to wind a rope with twine
wind
fu
wind
wine
wind
moss
wind
A natural motion of the air, especially a noticeable current of air moving in the atmosphere parallel to the Earth's surface Winds are caused by unequal heating and cooling of the Earth and atmosphere due to absorbed, incoming solar radiation and infrared radiation lost to space--as modified by such effects as the Coriolis force, the condensation of water vapor, the formation of clouds, the interaction of air masses and frontal systems, friction over land and water, etc
wind
To drive hard, or force to violent exertion, as a horse, so as to render scant of wind; to put out of breath
wind
One of the five basic elements
wind
Natural wind turns "wind-mill-style" turbines to generate electricity
wind
to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course; "the river winds through the hills"; "the path meanders through the vineyards"; "sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body"
wind
Air naturally in motion with any degree of velocity; a current of air
wind
A term used to describe the warp in a board when twisted (winding) It will rest upon two diagonally opposite corners, if laid upon a perfectly flat surface
wind
Power of respiration; breath
wind
(or wynd) In reference to a wood board that has twisted
wind
To introduce by insinuation; to insinuate
wind
The act of winding or turning; a turn; a bend; a twist; a winding
wind
The horizontal movement of air over the Earth's surface and one of the basic elements of weather Thermal differences throughout the world produce variations in air pressure and air will flow generally from high-pressure to low-pressure areas
wind
The region of the pit of the stomach, where a blow may paralyze the diaphragm and cause temporary loss of breath or other injury; the mark
wind
Mere breath or talk; empty effort; idle words
wind
to sound with prolonged and mutually involved notes
wind
Air in motion relative to the surface of the earth Almost exclusively used to denote the horizontal component
wind
moving air, especially air moving along the ground
wind
empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk; "that's a lot of wind"; "don't give me any of that jazz"
wind
ow well covers Curved plastic covers designed to be installed on top of a window well to cover the opening
wind
It occurs immediately after shearing
wind
Air in motion, usually parallel to the earth's surface
wind
To rest, as a horse, in order to allow the breath to be recovered; to breathe
wind
extend in curves and turns; "The road winds around the lake
wind
Movement of air relative to the surface of the Earth. Wind is an important factor in determining and controlling climate and weather. It is also the generating force of most ocean and freshwater waves. Wind occurs because of horizontal and vertical differences in atmospheric pressure. The general pattern of winds over the Earth is known as the general circulation, and specific winds are named for the direction from which they originate (e.g., a wind blowing from west to east is a westerly). Wind speeds are often classified according to the Beaufort scale. solar wind Wind Cave National Park wind chill wind power Wind River Range wind shear wind tunnel
wind
The dotterel
wind
To have a circular course or direction; to crook; to bend; to meander; as, to wind in and out among trees
wind
a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
wind
A result due to the differences in air mass pressures (temperature) The wind blows as a result of nature trying to balance the differences The larger the differences between air masses, the stronger the wind
wind
To turn completely or repeatedly; to become coiled about anything; to assume a convolved or spiral form; as, vines wind round a pole
wind
{i} act of twisting or turning; bend; curve
wind
To exhaust oneself to the point of being short of breath
wind
a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath
wind
To entwist; to infold; to encircle
wind
catch the scent of; get wind of; "The dog nosed out the drugs"
wind
To expose to the wind; to winnow; to ventilate
wind
Wind section includes: obeo(O'bow), flute, clairnet, and bassoon
wind
raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help; "hoist the bicycle onto the roof of the car"
wind
the act of winding or twisting; "he put the key in the old clock and gave it a good wind" breath; "the collision knocked the wind out of him" empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk; "that's a lot of wind"; "don't give me any of that jazz" a tendency or force that influences events; "the winds of change" air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure; "trees bent under the fierce winds"; "when there is no wind, row"; "the radioactivity was being swept upwards by the air current and out into the atmosphere" coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem; "wind your watch" wrap or coil around; "roll your hair around your finger"; "Twine the thread around the spool" extend in curves and turns; "The road winds around the lake
wind
form into a wreath
wind
Breath modulated by the respiratory and vocal organs, or by an instrument
wind
horizontal motion of air near the surface of the Earth
wind
Air or gas generated in the stomach or bowels; flatulence; as, to be troubled with wind
wind
A spacecraft that measures the properties of the solar wind incident on the magnetosphere One of NASA's contributions to the ISTP
wind
Movement of atmospheric air usually caused by convection or differences in air pressure
wind
The horizontal movement of air in relation to the earth's surface Wind direction tells where the wind is blowing from For example, a "north wind" is coming from the north and is blowing towards the south There are four components of wind that are measured: direction, speed, character (ie - whether it's a gust or a squall) and shifts
wind
coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem; "wind your watch"
wind
causes the sudden movement of a condition Examples are a rash that is spreading, onset of colds, fever, chills, vertigo, spasms or twitches
wind
To travel, or to cause something to travel, in a way that is not straight
wind
To have complete control over; to turn and bend at one's pleasure; to vary or alter or will; to regulate; to govern
wind
Air moving horizontally and/or vertically
wind
a tendency or force that influences events; "the winds of change"
wind
{i} breeze; direction of the wind; gale; breath; wind instrument (Music); intestinal gas; social or political current; hint; nonsense; conceit
wind
horizontal movement of air over the Earth's surface that is created when cool, heavy air moves toward warm, light air
wind
Relating to wind power or other aspects of air movement
wind
an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
wind
the act of winding or twisting; "he put the key in the old clock and gave it a good wind"
wind
A disease of sheep, in which the intestines are distended with air, or rather affected with a violent inflammation
wind
Air that flows in relation to the earth's surface, generally horizontally There are four areas of wind that are measured: direction, speed, character (gusts and squalls), and shifts Surface winds are measured by wind vanes and anemometers, while upper level winds are detected through pilot balloons, rawin, or aircraft reports
wind
air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure; "trees bent under the fierce winds"; "when there is no wind, row"; "the radioactivity was being swept upwards by the air current and out into the atmosphere"
wind
window(s)
wind
A direction from which the wind may blow; a point of the compass; especially, one of the cardinal points, which are often called the four winds
wind
Air artificially put in motion by any force or action; as, the wind of a cannon ball; the wind of a bellows
wood winds
section of a band or orchestra comprised of woodwind instruments; woodwind instruments as a group
winds

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    wayndz

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwīndz/ /ˈwaɪndz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'wind, archaic or poetic ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German wint wind, Latin ventus, Greek aEnai to blow, Sanskrit vAti it blows.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    winds up

    Videolar

    ... And he winds up making some wine. ...

    Günün kelimesi

    pogonip