wrinkle

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} kırışmak
{f} buruşmak
{f} buruşturmak
kırıştırmak
{i} kırışık

O, gözlerinin etrafında birkaç kırışıklık edinmeye başladı. - She has started to get a few wrinkles around her eyes.

Pantolonumdaki kırışıklıkları ütüledim? - I ironed out the wrinkles in my pants.

{i} kırışıklık

Ben kırışıklıklarımı örtbas etmeye çalışıyordum. - I was trying to cover up my wrinkles.

O, gözlerinin etrafında birkaç kırışıklık edinmeye başladı. - She has started to get a few wrinkles around her eyes.

{i} buruşukluk
{f} buruştur
ipucu
buruş/buruştur
{i} marifet
{f} çatmak
{i} buruşma
new wrinkle yeni uygulanan yöntem
{i} ustaca çözüm
cilt kırışığı
{i} kurnazlık
wrinklyburuşuk
{i} teknik
kurnazlık/kırışık
(Tıp) Alın buruşuğu
metot
{i} k.dili. yöntem
cilt kırışıklığı
wrinkled
{s} kırış kırış
wrinkled
{s} kırışık

Onun pantolonlarının hepsi kırışık. - His slacks are all wrinkled.

Gömleğin oldukça kırışık. - Your shirt is pretty wrinkled.

wrinkled
{s} buruşuk

Mavi ceketi kirli ve buruşuktu. - His blue coat was dirty and wrinkled.

Onun kravatları her zaman buruşuk. - His ties were always wrinkled.

wrinkle nose
kırışık burun
wrinkle free
buruşmaz
wrinkle up
çatmak
wrinkle up
kırıştırmak
wrinkle up
buruşturmak
wrinkled
pörsüklük
wrinkled
büzüşük
wrinkled
pörsümek
wrinkled
büzük
wrinkling
buruşma
wrinkling
buruşturma
wrinkled
{f} buruştur
anti-wrinkle
Kırışıklık önleyici, kırışıklık giderici
wet wrinkle fastness
(Tekstil) yaş buruşmazlık haslığı
wrinkled
buruş buruş
wrinkled
buruştur
wrinkly
çatık
wrinkly
{s} kırışık
wrinkly
buruşuk
wrinkly
kırış kırış
wrinkly
buruş buruş
İngilizce - İngilizce
A line or crease in the skin, especially when caused by age or fatigue

Spending time out in the sun may cause you to develop wrinkles sooner.

To make wrinkles in; to cause to have wrinkles

Be careful not to wrinkle your dress before we arrive.

To pucker or become uneven or irregular

An hour in the tub will cause your fingers to wrinkle.

A fault, imperfection or bug especially in a new system or product; typically, they will need to be ironed out

Three months later, we're still discovering new wrinkles.

A small furrow, ridge or crease in an otherwise smooth surface
{n} a crease in cloth, the face a surrow
{v} to cause wrinkles or creases
When you wrinkle your nose or forehead, or when it wrinkles, you tighten the muscles in your face so that the skin folds. Frannie wrinkled her nose at her daughter Ellen's face wrinkles as if she is about to sneeze
{f} crease; become creased
Imperfection in the surface of a laminate that looks like a crease in one of the outer layers This occurs in vacuum-bag molding when the bag is improperly placed
When someone's skin wrinkles or when something wrinkles it, lines start to form in it because the skin is getting old or damaged. The skin on her cheeks and around her eyes was beginning to wrinkle. protection against the sun's rays that age and wrinkle the skin. + wrinkled wrin·kled I did indeed look older and more wrinkled than ever
Wrinkles are lines which form on someone's face as they grow old. His face was covered with wrinkles
make wrinkles or creases into a smooth surface; "The dress got wrinkled
A wrinkle is a raised fold in a piece of cloth or paper that spoils its appearance. He noticed a wrinkle in her stocking
Synonym for epimacular membrane
hence, any roughness; unevenness
A small ridge or prominence on a smooth fabric, a crease or a fold
"Crease" - A sharp deviation from flat in the sheet which is transferred from processing equipment subsequent to the roll bite
A crease in the rubber; thickness is reduced in the valleys of the crease
make wrinkles or creases into a smooth surface; "The dress got wrinkled"
Hence, to make rough or uneven in any way
A notion or fancy; a whim; as, to have a new wrinkle
a clever method of doing something (especially something new and different) a minor difficulty; "they finally have the wrinkles pretty well ironed out"
To shrink into furrows and ridges
A small ridge, prominence, or furrow formed by the shrinking or contraction of any smooth substance; a corrugation; a crease; a slight fold; as, wrinkle in the skin; a wrinkle in cloth
a minor difficulty; "they finally have the wrinkles pretty well ironed out"
A winkle
An imperfection in the surface of a laminate that looks like a crease or fold in one of the outer layers; it occurs in vacuum bag molding due to improper placement of the bag
To contract into furrows and prominences; to make a wrinkle or wrinkles in; to corrugate; as, wrinkle the skin or the brow
A feature of a new product or security intended to entice a buyer
A drawcard feature of a new product or security which entices a buyer
become wrinkled or crumpled or creased; "This fabric won't wrinkle"
{i} crease; fold; trick, maneuver (Slang)
make wrinkled or creased; "furrow one's brow"
gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; pucker; "purse ones's lips"
a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface; "his face has many lines"; "ironing gets rid of most wrinkles"
a clever method of doing something (especially something new and different)
If cloth wrinkles, or if someone or something wrinkles it, it gets folds or lines in it. Her stockings wrinkled at the ankles I wrinkled the velvet. + wrinkled wrin·kled His suit was wrinkled and he looked very tired. = crumpled
wrinkle one's forehead
create temporary creases in one's forehead
wrinkle one's nose
turn up one's nose
wrinkle-free fabric
crease-resistant fabric, fabric that does not wrinkle
wrinkled
Simple past tense and past participle of wrinkle
wrinkled
Uneven, with many furrows and prominent points, often in reference to the skin or hide of animals

As the ocean receded from the beach it left the sand appearing wrinkled.

wrinkly
Having wrinkles
To wrinkle
wrizzle
To wrinkle
corrugate
To wrinkle
ridge
To wrinkle
writhle
To wrinkle
irrugate
wrinkled
(of linens or clothes) not ironed; "a pile of unironed laundry"; "wore unironed jeans"
wrinkled
To crush, manipulate, or shrink a surface to make it wrinkle with furrows and prominences
wrinkled
made or become wrinkled as by crushing or folding; "tired travelers in wrinkled clothes"
wrinkled
An uneven surface with many furrows and prominent points, often in reference to the skin or hide of animals
wrinkled
marked with wrinkles or furrows; "her ancient wrinkled cheeks"
wrinkled
{s} full of wrinkles, creased, crumpled, furrowed
wrinkled
marked with wrinkles or furrows; "her ancient wrinkled cheeks
wrinkled
skin or cloth that is wrinkled has small lines or folds in it
wrinkles
Wrinkling may occur after installation It can be caused by excessive humidity, inadequate cushion, or not using the recommended installation procedures found in CRI-105, especially relative to power stretching A competent installer can usually correct this problem
wrinkles
Creases or folds in the paper or ribbon
wrinkles
Paper creases caused in the printing process
wrinkles
Something other people have (You have character lines )
wrinkles
The unevenly dried surface of printed inks
wrinkles
(1) Creases in paper occurring during printing or folding (2) In inks, an uneven surface formed during drying to top
wrinkles
Creases in paper that happen during printing, or irregularities in the surface of inks formed during drying
wrinkles
Something other people have You have character lines
wrinkles
plural of wrinkle
wrinkling
A coating film defect in which the surface film has contracted to form wrinkles, most common with alkyds and other drying oil coatings when applied in thick layers
wrinkling
Condition in a paint film appearing as ripples: (1) produced intentionally as a decorative effect or (2) Defect caused by drying conditions or an excessively thick film
wrinkling
defect of a coating occurring when a film dries on the surface more quickly than below the surface
wrinkling
(1) the puckering or creasing of a pliable material that results from environment and/or manufacturing; (2) the puckering or gathering into tiny unpatterned ridges of the surface of an ink film on drying, caused by incomplete drying of underneath portions while the surface of the ink film is in the process of becoming completely dry
wrinkling
present participle of wrinkle
wrinkly
A wrinkly surface has a lot of wrinkles on it. wrinkly cotton and wool stockings. wrinklies an offensive word for someone who is old
wrinkly
{s} full of wrinkles, creased, lined, corrugated
wrinkly
marked with wrinkles or furrows; "her ancient wrinkled cheeks"
wrinkly
an old person
wrinkly
Full of wrinkles; having a tendency to be wrinkled; corrugated; puckered
wrinkle