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dalaşmakda:laşmakvto be entangled
damakn1throat, neckdamak çalmak/kesmekto cut (an animal's) throatDamagym agyrýar.I've got a sore throat.damagyny çalmak/kesmekto slit someone's (or an animal's) throatdamak dolmakto sobpagta bilen damagyna bir zatlar çalmakto rub one's throat with an ointment using cotton wool2food, mealýagly damakgreasy food
damarnvein, nerve, tendon, sinewgan damaryblood vessel, veinnerw damarlarynervesýaşyl ýaprakdaky damarlarveins in a plantýeňse damary gatamakid.for one's blood to run coldBu habary eşidip, meniň ýeňse damarym gatady.After hearing this news my blood ran cold.
damjandropOlar iň soňky damja ganlaryna çenli göreşdiler.They fought to the last drop.ýagyş damjasydrop of rainýagyşdan gaçyp, damja uçramakrunning from the rain, to encounter a raindrop
dammakvto drip, fallBu ýyl ýagyş dammady.There hasn't been a drop of rain this year.
danada:nan1wise2sage, wise persondana adamwise man/woman
daňndaybreak, dawnDaň atdy.Morning broke, dawn came.daň saz bermekto realise that dawn is breakingdaňyňy atyrmakthe coming of morning /dawn, to wake up in the morningdaň ýyldyzymorning stardaň şapagymorning dawnDaň agardy.Day/dawn is breaking.
daňdandaňdan1ndawn, first light, daybreak2adjdawn, early in the morning, very early
daňmakv1to wrap something around, to bind, to lacebagjygyň ujuny daňmakto lace upgalstugy daňmakto tie a necktie2to tie up, bind, tethermallary ýatagyna daňmakto tether the animals in a stableýarany hasa bilen daňmakto apply a tourniquetaýagyny daňmakto bind someone's legsýüpsüz daňmakto keep someone waitingýaglygy daňmakto put a headscarf on, to tie a headscarf on
daňyn1leash, lead, tether, rope2bandagedaňyny täzelemekto change the bandage3skein (bundle of thread or yarn)4pack, load (on a camel)harytlaryň daňysycargo, load of goods
daňylmakv1to be tied , be tied up, be bound, be doneGalstuk gowşak daňypdar.The neck tie is tied loosely.elleri arkasyna daňlan ýesirlerprisoners with their hands tied behind their backs2to be bandaged3to be tied up, be stuck, be occupiedMen uzakly gün başlygyň kabulhanasynda daňyldym.I was stuck in the boss's office all day.
daňynmakvto tie (something with), bind (something round)Ol boýnuna ýaglyk daňyndy.He tied a scarf round his neck.
darda:r1adjnarrow, closedar otaga narrow roomdar köçenarrow streetdar düşünjeli adama narrow-minded person2ngallowsdardan asmakto hang someone from the gallows3adjhighdar sesa high pitched voice4adjtight, crampedHäzir ýaşlar örän dar eşik geýýärler.Young people today wear very tight clothes.
daragtntreenesil daragtyfamily treeliterary
darakncombsaç daragyhairbrushýüň daragywool brushdokma daragyweaving brush/comb
daraklamakvto combsaçyňy daraklamakto comb one's hair
daramak1da:ramakvto attack, assaultGoýunlara gurt darapdyr.Ol bize örän ýozuw darady.He verbally assaulted us.
daramak2daramakvto comb, to card (wool or cotton)
daranmakvto do one's hair, comb one's hair
daraşmakvto treat, behave towards someoneýowuz daraşmakto treat someone severelyOl öz işgärlerine rehimsizlik bilen daraşýar.He treats his workers cruelly.
dargamakv1to distribute, scatter, spread, break up2to collapse, disintegrate
dargatmakvto destroy, wreck, break up
darlykda:rlykn1narrowness, lack of space, smallness, inadequacy, tightness, constriction, limitation, restrictionBu penjek maňa darlyk edýär.This jacket is too tight for me. 2narrow-mindedness, pettinessgözýetimiň darlygynarrowness of outlookýüregi darlykirritability
dartgynlyadjtense, strained, tight
dartmakv1to pull, jerk, tug, twistsimi dartmakto pull a wire throughbir zady dürli tarapa dartmakto tug/pull something in opposite directions2attract, draw


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dalaşmakda:laşmakvto be entangled
damakn1throat, neckdamak çalmak/kesmekto cut (an animal's) throatDamagym agyrýar.I've got a sore throat.damagyny çalmak/kesmekto slit someone's (or an animal's) throatdamak dolmakto sobpagta bilen damagyna bir zatlar çalmakto rub one's throat with an ointment using cotton wool2food, mealýagly damakgreasy food
damarnvein, nerve, tendon, sinewgan damaryblood vessel, veinnerw damarlarynervesýaşyl ýaprakdaky damarlarveins in a plantýeňse damary gatamakid.for one's blood to run coldBu habary eşidip, meniň ýeňse damarym gatady.After hearing this news my blood ran cold.
damjandropOlar iň soňky damja ganlaryna çenli göreşdiler.They fought to the last drop.ýagyş damjasydrop of rainýagyşdan gaçyp, damja uçramakrunning from the rain, to encounter a raindrop
dammakvto drip, fallBu ýyl ýagyş dammady.There hasn't been a drop of rain this year.
danada:nan1wise2sage, wise persondana adamwise man/woman
daňndaybreak, dawnDaň atdy.Morning broke, dawn came.daň saz bermekto realise that dawn is breakingdaňyňy atyrmakthe coming of morning /dawn, to wake up in the morningdaň ýyldyzymorning stardaň şapagymorning dawnDaň agardy.Day/dawn is breaking.
daňdandaňdan1ndawn, first light, daybreak2adjdawn, early in the morning, very early
daňmakv1to wrap something around, to bind, to lacebagjygyň ujuny daňmakto lace upgalstugy daňmakto tie a necktie2to tie up, bind, tethermallary ýatagyna daňmakto tether the animals in a stableýarany hasa bilen daňmakto apply a tourniquetaýagyny daňmakto bind someone's legsýüpsüz daňmakto keep someone waitingýaglygy daňmakto put a headscarf on, to tie a headscarf on
daňyn1leash, lead, tether, rope2bandagedaňyny täzelemekto change the bandage3skein (bundle of thread or yarn)4pack, load (on a camel)harytlaryň daňysycargo, load of goods
daňylmakv1to be tied , be tied up, be bound, be doneGalstuk gowşak daňypdar.The neck tie is tied loosely.elleri arkasyna daňlan ýesirlerprisoners with their hands tied behind their backs2to be bandaged3to be tied up, be stuck, be occupiedMen uzakly gün başlygyň kabulhanasynda daňyldym.I was stuck in the boss's office all day.
daňynmakvto tie (something with), bind (something round)Ol boýnuna ýaglyk daňyndy.He tied a scarf round his neck.
darda:r1adjnarrow, closedar otaga narrow roomdar köçenarrow streetdar düşünjeli adama narrow-minded person2ngallowsdardan asmakto hang someone from the gallows3adjhighdar sesa high pitched voice4adjtight, crampedHäzir ýaşlar örän dar eşik geýýärler.Young people today wear very tight clothes.
daragtntreenesil daragtyfamily treeliterary
darakncombsaç daragyhairbrushýüň daragywool brushdokma daragyweaving brush/comb
daraklamakvto combsaçyňy daraklamakto comb one's hair
daramak1da:ramakvto attack, assaultGoýunlara gurt darapdyr.Ol bize örän ýozuw darady.He verbally assaulted us.
daramak2daramakvto comb, to card (wool or cotton)
daranmakvto do one's hair, comb one's hair
daraşmakvto treat, behave towards someoneýowuz daraşmakto treat someone severelyOl öz işgärlerine rehimsizlik bilen daraşýar.He treats his workers cruelly.
dargamakv1to distribute, scatter, spread, break up2to collapse, disintegrate
dargatmakvto destroy, wreck, break up
darlykda:rlykn1narrowness, lack of space, smallness, inadequacy, tightness, constriction, limitation, restrictionBu penjek maňa darlyk edýär.This jacket is too tight for me. 2narrow-mindedness, pettinessgözýetimiň darlygynarrowness of outlookýüregi darlykirritability
dartgynlyadjtense, strained, tight
dartmakv1to pull, jerk, tug, twistsimi dartmakto pull a wire throughbir zady dürli tarapa dartmakto tug/pull something in opposite directions2attract, draw