yamamak

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Türkçe - İngilizce
inflict
piece up
to patch; to pin on, to palm off (on)
revamp
vamp up
foist
patch

My mother had to patch my pants. - Annem pantolonumu yamamak zorunda kaldı.

repair
doctor
to foist (someone, something) on (someone), palm (someone, something) off on (someone)
attach
pin on
palm off
palm off on
mend
darn
patch up
yama
patch

There were only a few patches of vegetation near the river. - Nehrin yakınındaki bitki örtüsünün sadece birkaç yaması vardı.

When Tom was little he was clumsy and would fall often. All his pants would have knee patches. - Tom küçükken hantaldı ve sık sık düşerdi. Tüm pantolonlarının diz yamaları olurdu.

yama
patch up
yamama
{i} patching
yamama
patches of
yama
birthmark, nevus (on a person's face or hands)
yama
{i} botch
yama
patching, covering (a hole in a cloth fabric) with a patch
yama
(örgü) darn
yama
graft
yama
patchup
yama
(ayakkabı) vamp
yama
patch (used for covering a hole in a cloth fabric)
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Yama
the lord of death
Yama
In Indian mythology, the lord of death. The Vedas describe him as the first man who died. The son of the sun god Surya, he presides over the resting place of the dead. In the Vedas, he was a cheerful king of the departed ancestors, but in later mythology he became known as the just judge who punished the deceased for their sins
Yama
{i} god of the underworld who judges the souls of the dead, god of death and time (Hindu mythology)
yama
1 Controller, Ordainer, Lord of the Law; in the Rg-veda he seems to have been originally a form of the Sun, then one of the twin children of the wide-shining Lord of the Truth; he is the guardian of the dharma, the law of the Truth, which is a condition of immortality, and therefore himself the guardian of immortality; in the later ideas [post-Vedic] he is the God of Death
yama
Hindu god of death and lord of the underworld
yama
The king of the infernal regions, corresponding to the Greek Pluto, and also the judge of departed souls
yama
Hindu god of death, generally pictured in mythology as a large dark skinned man, carrying a mace, and riding a buffalo
yama
Judge of departed souls, the Minos of the Hindus He is represented as of a green colour, and sits on a buffalo
yama
The king of death, a Vedic deity
yama
Damjan Choial (tib), Yamaharadja (mon) the ruler of the hell Together with his sister Yamī
yama
Stop
yama
In later times he is more exclusively considered the dire judge of all, and the tormentor of the wicked
yama
Mountain
yama
Restriction(s) There are five yamas which constitute the first of the eight limbs of raja yoga See raja yoga and ashtanga pages
yama
God of Death; ruler of the realm of the dead the 'Land of the Fathers': he was the first man to die and therefore the welcomer of others to his realm
yama
He is represented as of a green color, with red garments, having a crown on his head, his eyes inflamed, and sitting on a buffalo, with a club and noose in his hands
yama
righteous behaviour
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