wither

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İngilizce - Türkçe
solmak
soldurmak
sararıp solmak
{f} kurutmak
sönmek
pörsümek
yok olmak
{i} kurutma
utandırmak
{f} soldur

Zaman gülleri soldurur, fakat dikenleri kırar. - Time withers the roses, but wears down the thorns.

Güneş araziyi kavurup ekinleri soldurmuş. - The sun scorched the land and withered the crops.

kurumak
susturmak
1. Solmak, kurumak; sararıp solmak; çürümek, zeval bulmak, bozulmak 2. Kurutmak, soldurmak; çürütmek, bozmak.3. Uutandırmak, susturmak
{f} kaybolmak
utandıran
witheringsolan
utandır/sol/soldur
{f} yitmek
zeval bulmak
{f} kalmamak
sindirmek
bozulmak
withered
{s} solmuş

Çiçekler sararıp solmuştu. - The flowers withered up.

Bahçedeki bütün çiçekler solmuş. - All the flowers in the garden withered.

wither away
1. Solmak, kurumak; sararıp solmak; çürümek, zeval bulmak, bozulmak 2. Kurutmak, soldurmak; çürütmek, bozmak
wither away
önem kaybetmek
wither away
yıkılmak
wither away
yitmek
wither away
kalmamak
wither up
solmak
wither up
sararıp solmak
withered
{s} bozulmuş
withering
utandıran
withering
{s} solduran
withered
kuru

Kuraklık nedeniyle çimler kurudu. - Because of the drought, the grass has withered.

withered
kurumuş
withered
solmak
withering
solma
withering
kolan
withering
soldurma
withers
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) cıdağı
withered
{f} sol

Kuraklıktan dolayı, çim soldu. - Because of the drought, the grass has withered.

Güller soldu ve Ania çok ağladı. - Roses withered and Ania cried very much.

withering
{f} kuru
withering
susturan
withering
dondurucu
withering
{i} kurutma
withering
solan
see wither 1
1 kalmamak görmek
withered
sol(mak)
withering
kurutarak
withers
omuz başı
withered
sol
withered
{s} pörsük
withered
{s} kalmamış
withering
utandır/sol/soldur
witheringly
utandırarak
witheringly
susturucu bir şekilde
withers
atın omuz başı
withers
yamuk kas
withers
utandır/sol/soldur
withers
atın iki kürek kemiği arasındaki
withers
(isim) atın omuz başı
İngilizce - İngilizce
To go against, resist; oppose
To make helpless due to emotion
To shrivel, droop or dry up, especially from lack of water
To cause to shrivel or dry up
Against, in opposition to
To become helpless due to emotion
{v} to fade, pine away, die, make to fade
1. (to cause) to become weak and dry and decay: "Grass had withered in the fields."2 Slowly disappear, lose importance or become weaker: "This country is in danger of allowing its industrial base to wither away."
To cause to fade, and become dry
lose freshness, vigor, or vitality; "Her bloom was fading"
To cause to shrink, wrinkle, or decay, for want of animal moisture
{f} wilt, fade; become shriveled; degenerate; cause to be ashamed (as with a look of scorn); harm; shrivel, dry
To lose or want animal moisture; to waste; to pin&?; away, as animal bodies
To lose vigor or power; to languish; to pass away
To cause to languish, perish, or pass away; to blight; as, a reputation withered by calumny
If someone or something withers, they become very weak. When he went into retirement, he visibly withered Industries unable to modernise have been left to wither. Wither away means the same as wither. To see my body literally wither away before my eyes was exasperating
wither, especially with a loss of moisture; "The fruit dried and shriveled"
To fade; to lose freshness; to become sapless; to become sapless; to dry or shrivel up
If a flower or plant withers, it dries up and dies. The flowers in Isabel's room had withered. if plants wither, they become drier and smaller and start to die (Probably from weather )
wither away
To atrophy, or waste away
wither-
Against, in opposition to
wither away
1. (to cause) to become weak and dry and decay: "Grass had withered in the fields."2 Slowly disappear, lose importance or become weaker: "This country is in danger of allowing its industrial base to wither away."
wither away
see wither 1
withered
Simple past tense and past participle of wither
withered
Shrivelled, shrunken or faded, especially due to lack of water
withering
Tending to make someone feel small

He made withering remarks about his adversary.

withering
Tending to destroy, devastate, overwhelm or cause complete destruction

The D-Day troops came under withering fire.

withers
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wither
withers
The part of the back of a draft animal or horse that is the highest, between the shoulder blades
withered
anhydrous
withers
{n} the joining of the shoulder bones of a horse
to wither
wilt
withered
{s} wilted, drooping; shriveled; wasted, decayed
withered
lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness; "the old woman's shriveled skin"; "he looked shriveled and ill"; "a shrunken old man"; "a lanky scarecrow of a man with withered face and lantern jaws"-W F Starkie; "he did well despite his withered arm"; "a wizened little man with frizzy gray hair"
withered
past of wither
withered
(used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture; "dried-up grass"; "the desert was edged with sere vegetation"; "shriveled leaves on the unwatered seedlings"; "withered vines"
withered
Withered is used to describe someone's leg or arm when it is thin and weak because of disease or injury. She has one slightly withered leg, noticeably thinner than the other
withered
Faded; dried up; shriveled; wilted; wasted; wasted away
withered
If you describe a person or a part of their body as withered, you mean that they are thin and their skin looks old. her withered hands
withering
wreaking or capable of wreaking complete destruction; "possessing annihilative power"; "a devastating hurricane"; "the guns opened a withering fire"
withering
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
withering
A withering look or remark is very critical, and is intended to make someone feel ashamed or stupid. Deborah Jane's mother gave her a withering look. a withering look/remark etc a look, remark etc that makes someone feel stupid, embarrassed, or lose confidence
withering
Diminishing rapidly
withering
making light of; "afire with annihilating invective"; "a devastating portrait of human folly"; "to compliments inflated I've a withering reply"- W S Gilbert
withering
Tending to wither; causing to shrink or fade
withering
{s} wilting, fading; causing someone to be ashamed (as with a look of scorn)
withering
present participle of wither
witheringly
while withering; while wilting
witheringly
in a withering manner; "guns fired witheringly at the railroad cars
witheringly
in a withering manner
withers
sensibility to trouble (as in the phrase `wring one's withers'); "the lawsuit was wringing his withers"; "our withers are unwrung"--Shakespeare
withers
the highest part of a horse's back, above its shoulders (Probably from wither- , from )
withers
the highest part of the back at the base of the neck of various animals especially draft animals sensibility to trouble (as in the phrase `wring one's withers'); "the lawsuit was wringing his withers"; "our withers are unwrung"--Shakespeare
withers
The high point of the back of the horse, which is located at the base of the neck and between the shoulder blades
withers
a dog's shoulder, the point where the leg joint meets the top of the back
withers
The top of the shoulder
withers
the highest part of the back at the base of the neck of various animals especially draft animals
withers
In a horse or other animal, the highest part of the back, lying between the shoulder blades
withers
third-person singular of wither
withers
The highest point on a dog's body (except for the head), it is located behind the neck
withers
The highest part of a horse's back Point at the bottom of the horse's neck from which the horse's height is measured
withers
The ridge between the shoulder bones of a horse, at the base of the neck
withers
of Horse
withers
{i} highest part of the back (i.e. of a horse or other similar four-legged animals)
withers
It is the slight ridge in a horse's back just before the mane starts The point used to measure a horse's height
withers
The highest point on a dog behind the neck, typically the point of the shoulder blades Pronunciation: With*ers • (noun) Examples: Standard heights are judged by maximum acceptable heights at the withers Related Terms
wither