Türkmençe – iňlisçe


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-da da [-da:] cf: -dä, -de. conjunction 1and, though, but Aýna-da, Aknur-da iňlis dilini öwrenýärler.5 Both Ayna and Aknur learn English. 2even though Çagyrsam-da gelmedi. Though I invited her, she didn't come. Sen ýalňyşýaň-da! You're mistaken!
-dä cf: -da, -de. suffix too, also
dabalamak dabalamak [da:balamak] v to trample (by a camel)
daban daban [da:ban] n 1sole (of the foot), dial: heel, foot Dabanyň gyzmasa, bedeniň ýylamaýar. If your heel doesn't get hot your body won't get warm. dabanyňa köz basylan ýaly bolmak like putting a burning coal on your foot/heel depesinden dabanyna çenli from head to foot 2foot, inch Watanyň her daban ýeri mukaddesdir. Every foot/inch of the country is holy. (sem. domains: Measure.) 3earnings, wages daban azaby the wages of toil
dabara dabara n 1celebration, festivity, feast maşgala dabarasy family celebration 2exuberant high spirits, excitment, enthusiasm Ol şol geýimlerli geýnip, dabara bilen klasa girdi. Putting on those clothes, he strode into the class with great show. Ol beslenip, dabar bilen öňe çykdy. She put on her make-up then set out with excitement 3victory, triumph, glory, success dabara bilen aýtmak to announce something triumphantly
dabaralamak dabaralamak v 1to glorify, crown with glory, win fame (for) 2to hold someone in esteem, revere, pay/do homage (to) myhmany dabaralamak to honour a guest
dabaraly dabaraly adj 1festive, celebratory dabaralamak gün gala day, feast day 2grand, high, important, ceremonial, solemn dabaraly ýygnak solemn meeting dabaraly waka solemn occasion dabaraly sene an important date dabaraly geçen maslahat important advice dabaraly kasam içmek to swear a solemn oath dabaraly bölüm official part, the ceremony
dady-perýat dady-perýat [da:dy-perýa:t] cf: dat; perýat. n tears of grief, loud and bitter cries
dadyrmak dadyrmak [da:dyrmak] v 1to treat ýoldaşyňa dadyrmak to treat one's friend (to) Täze ýetişen miwäni ilki çagalara dadyrmaly. Fresh fruit should firstly be given to the children, as a treat. 2to encourage someone to taste naharyň tagamyny dadyrmak to encourage someone to taste the food
dag2 dag 2 [da:g] n stamp, brand dag basmak to brand ýürekde dag galmak to be affected
dag1 dag 1 [da:g] n mountain dagyň etegi the foot of the mountain Dagdan belent näme bar? What is higher than a mountain? dag howasy mountain weather dag jynsy rock strata
dagamak dagamak v 1to disperse, break up, be scattered deregi dagamak For news to spread. Ýel güýçlenende, ümür dagady. When the wind strengthened the mist dispersed Toý sowuldy, myhmanlar öýli-öýüne dagady. The wedding wound up and the guests dispersed to their various homes. Halta ýarylansoň, tüwi dagap gitdi. After the saddle-bag got torn, the rice fell out and was lost. 2to fall down, collapse, fall out, be destroyed Jaý dagady. The house fell down. Seljuk imperiýasy X111 asyrda dagady. The Seljuk empire collapsed in the 13th century. 3to fall apart, be worn out Meniň köwşüm dagady. My shoes fell apart. Onuň köýnegi dagapdyr. His shirt is worn out.
dagatmak dagatmak [da:gatmak] v 1to spread, scatter, disperse, distribute ekin ekiljek ýere döküni dagatmak to spread fertilizer on cultivated ground 2to disperse, break up Polisiýa demonstrasiýany dagatdy. Police broke up the demonstration. 3to wear something out Üstünlik getirmänsoň, ol öz komandasyny dagatdy. Success led to the exhaustion of the team 4to distribute harytlary dagatmak to distribute goods
daglyk daglyk [da:glyk] n 1highlands Nepal giden daglyk. The highlands approaching Nepal. 2mountainous daglyk ýer mountainous area
dagy dagy particle 1more; also; other; apart from, else Bu dagy hic zat! That is nothing! Dagy men ýalan sözläýinmi? Am I lying? Dagy näme! Of course! What else could it be? 2and the rest (of them), and the others Dawut dagy Aşgabatda ýaşadylar. David and his family used to live in Ashgabat.
dagynyk dagynyk [da:gynyk] adj scattered; dispersed, sparse, spread out Türkmenler dagynyk ýaşapdyrlar. Turkmen live widely separated from each other.
dahylly dahylly adj related (to) Bu saňa dahylly däl. That's nothing to do with you.
dakmak dakmak v 1to sew on, fasten, attach penjege ilik dakmak to sew a button on a coat eliňe ýüzük dakmak to put on a ring orden dakmak to decorate 2to name at dakmak to name
dakynmak dakynmak v to wear, to have on; to put on äýnek dakynmak to put on one's glasses sagat dakynmak to wear a wrist-watch
dalaşmak dalaşmak [da:laşmak] v to be entangled
dalaşgär dalaşgär cf: konkurent. n competitor
dalaşgärlik dalaşgärlik cf: konkurensiýa. n competition
dammak dammak v to drip, fall Bu ýyl ýagyş dammady. There hasn't been a drop of rain this year.
damak damak n 1throat, neck damak çalmak/kesmek to cut (an animal's) throat Damagym agyrýar. I've got a sore throat. damagyny çalmak/kesmek to slit someone's (or an animal's) throat damak dolmak to sob pagta bilen damagyna bir zatlar çalmak to rub one's throat with an ointment using cotton wool 2food, meal ýagly damak greasy food
damar damar n vein, nerve, tendon, sinew gan damary blood vessel, vein nerw damarlary nerves ýaşyl ýaprakdaky damarlar veins in a plant
ýeňse damary gatamak (id.) for one's blood to run cold Bu habary eşidip, meniň ýeňse damarym gatady. After hearing this news my blood ran cold.