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damja damja n drop Olar iň soňky damja ganlaryna çenli göreşdiler. They fought to the last drop. ýagyş damjasy drop of rain ýagyşdan gaçyp, damja uçramak running from the rain, to encounter a raindrop
dana dana [da:na] n 1wise 2sage, wise person dana adam wise man/woman
daňmak daňmak v 1to wrap something around, to bind, to lace bagjygyň ujuny daňmak to lace up galstugy daňmak to tie a necktie 2to tie up, bind, tether mallary ýatagyna daňmak to tether the animals in a stable ýarany hasa bilen daňmak to apply a tourniquet aýagyny daňmak to bind someone's legs ýüpsüz daňmak to keep someone waiting ýaglygy daňmak to put a headscarf on, to tie a headscarf on
daň daň n daybreak, dawn Daň atdy. Morning broke, dawn came. daň saz bermek to realise that dawn is breaking daňyňy atyrmak the coming of morning /dawn, to wake up in the morning daň ýyldyzy morning star daň şapagy morning dawn Daň agardy. Day/dawn is breaking.
daňdan daňdan [daňdan] 1n dawn, first light, daybreak 2adj dawn, early in the morning, very early
daňy daňy n 1leash, lead, tether, rope 2bandage daňyny täzelemek to change the bandage 3skein (bundle of thread or yarn) 4pack, load (on a camel) harytlaryň daňysy cargo, load of goods
daňylmak daňylmak v 1to be tied , be tied up, be bound, be done Galstuk gowşak daňypdar. The neck tie is tied loosely. elleri arkasyna daňlan ýesirler prisoners with their hands tied behind their backs 2to be bandaged 3to be tied up, be stuck, be occupied Men uzakly gün başlygyň kabulhanasynda daňyldym. I was stuck in the boss's office all day.
daňynmak daňynmak v to tie (something with), bind (something round) Ol boýnuna ýaglyk daňyndy. He tied a scarf round his neck.
dar dar [da:r] 1adj narrow, close dar otag a narrow room dar köçe narrow street dar düşünjeli adam a narrow-minded person 2n gallows dardan asmak to hang someone from the gallows 3adj high dar ses a high pitched voice 4adj tight, cramped Häzir ýaşlar örän dar eşik geýýärler. Young people today wear very tight clothes.
daramak2 daramak 2 [daramak] v to comb, to card (wool or cotton)
daramak1 daramak 1 [da:ramak] v to attack, assault Goýunlara gurt darapdyr. Ol bize örän ýozuw darady. He verbally assaulted us.
daragt daragt n tree nesil daragty family tree {literary}
darak darak n comb saç daragy hairbrush ýüň daragy wool brush dokma daragy weaving brush/comb
daraklamak daraklamak v to comb saçyňy daraklamak to comb one's hair
daranmak daranmak v to do one's hair, comb one's hair
daraşmak daraşmak v to treat, behave towards someone ýowuz daraşmak to treat someone severely Ol öz işgärlerine rehimsizlik bilen daraşýar. He treats his workers cruelly.
dargamak dargamak v 1to distribute, scatter, spread 2to collapse, disintegrate
dargatmak dargatmak v to destroy, wreck
darlyk darlyk [da:rlyk] n 1narrowness, lack of space, smallness, inadequacy, tightness, constriction, limitation, restriction Bu penjek maňa darlyk edýär. This jacket is too tight for me. 2narrow-mindedness, pettiness gözýetimiň darlygy narrowness of outlook ýüregi darlyk irritability
dartmak dartmak v 1to pull, jerk, tug, twist simi dartmak to pull a wire through bir zady dürli tarapa dartmak to tug/pull something in opposite directions 2attract, draw
dartgynly dartgynly adj tense, strained, tight
darykmak darykmak [da:rykmak] cf: gysylmak. v to worry, be/get upset, be/become agitated, to be anxious, to be worried Bu zatlar meni örän darykdyrýar. I'm terribly worried about it all.
daş2 daş 2 1n appearance, look 2n the outside, the outer part, exterior, external daşky gapy external door daş gulakdan eşitmek To hear from outside 3post at, around, near 4adv besides, in addition to
daş1 daş 1 n stone, rock
daşmak daşmak [da:şmak] cf: daşy. v overflow, flood Sil suwundan derýalar daşýarlar. The rivers flood from rainfall.