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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} (çamaşırı) sıkmak/burmak
sıkıp suyunu çıkarmak
burarak sıkmak
çevirerek sıkmak
burmak (çamaşırı)
burarak sıkmak (çamaşırı)
sıkmak (çamaşırı)
sıkıp çıkarmak
boynunu burarak öldürmek
çevirerek sık

Tom'un boynunu sıkmak istiyorum. - I'd like to wring Tom's neck.

canını acıtmak
{i} sıkma

Tom'un boynunu sıkmak istiyorum. - I'd like to wring Tom's neck.

Tom'un boynunu sıkma dürtüsüne karşı koymak zordu. - It was hard to resist the impulse to wring Tom's neck.

{f} zorla almak
zora getirmek
{i} burma
ellerini oğuşturmak
{f} (boynunu) burarak (bir hayvanı) öldürmek
{f} sızlatmak
{f} koparmak

Onun boynunu koparmak istiyorum. - I'd like to wring her neck.

{i} bükme
{f} çarpıtmak
{f} kuvvetle sıkmak
{f} acıtmak
{f} (birinin elini) kuvvetlice sıkmak
zorla söküp çıkarmak veya almak
{f} saptırmak
{f} döndürerek sıkmak
{f} ovuşturmak
{f} (wrung)
{i} döndürme
zorla elde etmek
wring hands
ellerini oğuşturmak
wring hands
ellerini oğuştur
wring from
dan sıkmak
wring hands
ellerini oğuştur(mak)
wring out
suyunu sıkmak
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Boynunu kırmak, cezalandırmak: "Onu bir eline geçirirse boynunu kıracağını söyledi."
wring something's neck
(deyim) Kill a small animal by twisting its neck
wring something's neck
(deyim) Küçük bir hayvanı boynunu büküp, kırarak öldürmek
wring laundry
çamaşır sıkmak
wring one's hands
(acı, üzüntü veya çaresizlikten) ellerini ovuşturmak
wring out
kıvırıp sıkmak
wring out
suyunu sıkmak (çamaşır)
wring s.o.'s heart
birinin yüreğini sızlatmak
wring s.t. out of/from
{k} bir şeyi -den zorla almak
wring smb.'s heart
yüreğini sızlatmak
wring smb.'s heart
yüreğini parçalamak
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) boğazına sarılmak
wring someone's heart
birinin yüreğini sızlatmak
sucuk gibi
(Tekstil) bükülü
çevirerek sıkılmış
çevirerek sık
give smth. a wring
döndürerek sıkmak
give smth. a wring
sıkarak acıtmak
give smth. a wring
çok ıslak
f., bak. wring
İngilizce - İngilizce
To obtain by force

The police said they would wring the truth out of that heinous criminal.

To squeeze or twist tightly so that liquid is forced out

You must wring your wet jeans before hanging them out to dry.

To hold tightly and press or twist

He said he'd wring my neck if I told his girlfriend.

{v} to twist, turn round, squeeze, press, writhe, distort, torture, harass, distress, extort
To subject to extortion; to afflict, or oppress, in order to enforce compliance
To distort; to pervert; to wrest
A writhing, as in anguish; a twisting; a griping
twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish; "Wring one's hand"
{i} twisting or squeezing with force, extracting by force, extorting
To writhe; to twist, as with anguish
twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid; "wring the towels"
{f} squeeze; bend; twist; apply pressure; hold by force; behead
If you wring something out of someone, you manage to make them give it to you even though they do not want to. Buyers use different ruses to wring free credit out of their suppliers = squeeze
a twisting squeeze; "gave the wet cloth a wring"
To extract or obtain by twisting and compressing; to squeeze or press (out); hence, to extort; to draw forth by violence, or against resistance or repugnance; usually with out or form
To twist and compress; to turn and strain with violence; to writhe; to squeeze hard; to pinch; as, to wring clothes in washing
Hence, to pain; to distress; to torment; to torture
obtain by coercion or intimidation; "They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"; "They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish; "Wring one's hand" twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid; "wring the towels
To bend or strain out of its position; as, to wring a mast
If someone wrings their hands, they hold them together and twist and turn them, usually because they are very worried or upset about something. You can also say that someone is wringing their hands when they are expressing sorrow that a situation is so bad but are saying that they are unable to change it. The Government has got to get a grip. Wringing its hands and saying it is a world problem just isn't good enough
twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid; "wring the towels
twist and press out of shape
wring out
To squeeze a wet material, either by twisting with one's hands, or by passing it through a wringer, to remove the water
wring out
To force someone to give something, usually truth, or money

They wrung an extra $500 out of us for the transfer fees.

wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Punish someone who makes you upset or angry
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Used when you are very angry with someone: I’ll wring her neck when I get hold of her!
wring out
extract (liquid) by squeezing or pressing; "wring out the washcloth"
wring out
extract (liquid) by squeezing or pressing; "wring out the washcloth
wring out
When you wring out a wet cloth or a wet piece of clothing, you squeeze the water out of it by twisting it strongly. He turned away to wring out the wet shirt Soak a small towel in the liquid, wring it out, then apply to the abdomen
wring the hand of
shake hands with -
wring the neck of
behead someone, physically abuse
from Wring, v
present participle of wring
third-person singular of wring
of Wring
past of wring
Wrung is the past tense of wring. the past tense and past participle of wring