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bialaçbi:ala:çadvwilly-nilly ; like it or not, against one's willOl bialaç boýun boldy.He submitted whether he wanted to or not.
biçakbi:çakvery, too
biçimçincutter, tailor, seamstressthe person who cuts out the pieces of material in the correct shape for the tailor or seamstress to sow them together
biçmek1vto cut, cut outgeýim biçto cut cloth for a materialetjek işleriň planyny biçmekto prepare the plan for future work
biçmek2vto castrate, geld
biderekbi:derekadj1useless, in vain, of no usebiderek wagtyňy ýitirmekto waste one's timebiderek ýereabout/over nothing, to no purposeSen biderek ýere gaharlanýarsyň.You get angry about/over nothing.2good-for-nothing, uselessbiderek adamuseless person
bidinbi:di:nadj1without permission, without consentmenden bidinwithout my knowledge, without my consent2irreligious, without any religious beliefs
bidüzgünbi:düzgünadjdisorderly, confused, untidybidüzgün edaradisorderly officebidüzgün ekilen baglardisordered garden
bigänebi:gänenlazy, without work
bigünäbi:günäadjinnocent, not guiltyÇagalar öýündäki bigünä çagalara nebsim agyrýar.It upsets me when I see innocent children in an orphanage.
bihabarbi:habaradjuninformed, ill-informed, unaware (of)dünýäden bihabar bolmakto be unaware of what is going on around the worldbihabar galmaknot be informedTäze kanun çykanyndan men bihabar.I'm not aware of the new law.
bihaýaradjinsolent, impudent
bijaý1bi:ja:ý1adjuncomfortableÝassygym bijaý gaty bolany üçin boýnumy agyrdýar.My back hurt a lot from an uncomfortably hard cushion.2adja long way awayBiz bijaý ýerde ýaşaýarys, iýmit almaga gitmek üçin 2 km ýoly ýöremeli.We live a long way away - it's a 2km walk to buy food.3adjawkward, difficultMaşynymy bijaý ýerde goýdum, beýleki maşynlara geçmäge päsgel berip dur.I parked my car in an awkward place - it's in the way of other cars.Sen meni bijaý ýagdaýda goýduň, enem-atamyň ýanynda ýalançy etdiň.You've put me in a difficult position by making me look a liar to my parents.4advinappropriateÇeper filmde bijaý ýer düşenligi sebäpli, filmiň soňuny çagalara görkezmedim.I didn't show the end of the film to the kids as it seemed to me it had some inappropriate moments.5advuncomfortably, awkwardlyZalda maňa erbet orun düşdi, menem bijaý oturup, boýnumy gyra ýaplamaly boldum.I ended up in a poor place in the sitting room, and sitting awkwardly, I had to bend my neck to one side.6advbadly poorly, improperlyMaşyny bijaý sürüp, awariýa düşdi.He drove badly and had an accident.
bijaý2bi:ja:ý1adjextremely, veryHaly muzeýinde bijaý owadan türkmen halylary bar.There are some very beautiful carpets in the carpet museum.Berekella sen bijaý gowy çykyş etdiň.Well done you spoke very well.Men bu oýuny bijaý haladym.I liked this play very much.Ol bijaý gaty gitdi.He got angry and said too much.2advtoo much, excessive; excessively, very, over-Günüň dowamynda on bäş sagat işlemek bijaý kän.To work fifteen hours a day is too much.Bişiren naharymy bijaý duzlapdyryn.I put too much salt in my cooking.Gunçanyň işleýişine Serdar bijaý öýkündi.Serdar really wanted to imitate Guncha's work.
bijebi:jenlotbije atmakto cast lotsbije çekmekto draw lots (e.g. straws)Oýun başlamazdan öň, bije atmaly.Before starting the game you need to cast lots.Bijeli oglan aglamazunspec. comp. formThe boy who wins won't cry
bikanunbi:ka:nu:ncfkanunsyzadjillegal, illicitGoňşymyz jemgyýeltçilik tertip-düzgüni bozup, bikanun hereket edýär.Our neighbour broke society's rules and acted illegally.Teroristler uçary basyp alyp, bikanun talaplary etdiler.Terrorists hijacked a plane and made illegal demands.
bikararbi:kara:radjuneasy, restless, impatient; uneasily, restlessly, impatientlyIşden gijä galyp gelsem ejem bikarar bolup garaşýar.If I get home late from work my mother waits restlessly.Meniň jigim bikarar, ol bir zada köp garaşyp bilenok.My younger sister is impatient, she finds it hard to wait.
bikebi:kenlandlady, mistress (of the house)bikesine äsgermezlik etmekto show contempt for one's landlady, to disrespect the mistress
bikärbi:käradjidleMaksat bikär durmuşda ýaşamagy isleýär.Maksat wants to lead an idle life.Bikärden taňry bizarsay.God will make you tired of being idle
bilbi:ln1waistinçe billi gyznarrow-waisted girl2backTaýyp ýykylamda bilimi agyrtdym.When I slipped and fell over I hurt my back.biliň agyrmakfor one to have (lower) back painbil baglamakcomp.to resolve; to trust inŞu gün altmyş kile pagta ýygmaga bilimi bagladym.Today I resolved to collect sixty kilos of cotton.bil bükmekcomp.to be bent over, to be drained (phys. and/or emotional)bil ýazmakcomp.to rest (sitting or lying down)bili gelmek/açylmakcomp.to have/begin one's monthly periodDil bilen orak orsaň, bil agyrmazsay.If you harvest with your tongue, your back won't hurt
bilbilnnightingaleHaýwanlar bagynda bilbil guşuny gördük.In the animal park we saw a nightingale.Bilbil guşlar owazly aýdym aýdýar.Nightingales sing beautifully.
bildirişn1announcement, noticebildiriş tagtasynotice board2advertisement
bildirmekv1to let someone know, informMen işde eglenjekdigimi öýe bildirdim.I let my family know that I was going to stay late at work.2to be obviousOnuň tolgunýandygy bildirýärdi.He was obviously worried.Meniň işden ýadaw gelenligim ýüzümden bildirdi.My face showed that I had come home tired from work.3to expressminnetdarlyk bildirmekto express one's thanksOl öz razylygyny hat üsti bilen bildirdi.He showed his agreement via a letter.
bileadjtogether, with (accompaniment), along withOraz onuň bilen bile okapdyr.Oraz studied with him.Zawoda işe girmäge dostum bilen bile bardym.I went with a friend to join the factory.
bileknwristElimiň bilegine owadan alaja dakdym.I tied a beautiful charm at my wrist.