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bişmekv1to be cooked, be preparedbişen bişboiled egg2to ripenAlmalar bişdi.The apples are ripe.Naharyň bişmegi üçin wagt gerek.Almalar bişdi.Günüň aşagynda bişdim.agzyň bişmekcomp.
bitabynadjrebellious, insubordinate
bitabynlyknrebelliousness, insubordination
bitarapbi:tarapadjneutralTürkmenistan bitarap döwletdir.Turkmenistan is a neutral country.
bitaraplyk1bi:taraplykn1neutrality1995-nji ýylyň 12-nji dekabrynda Türkmenistan hemişelik bitaraplyk statusyny aldy.In December 12, 1995 Turkmenistan obtained the status of permanent neutrality.2December
bitaraplyk2cfdekabrindependence
bitaýbi:ta:ýadjodd, unpairedbitaý köwüşodd shoes
bitewicfbitinadjcommon, indivisible, inseparableykdysadyýetiň bitewi ugrythe economy's common direction of movement
bitginliadjproductive (harvest), high-yielding (crops)
bitinbiti:ncfbitewiadjwhole, entireBaşyňdan sadaka aýdylan çöregi bitinligine bermeli.The entire bread you have promised as a gift needs to be given.Toýlarda saçagyň üstüne bitin çapady bilen pişme goýulýar.Elimden gaçan käse bitin galdy.
bitirmekv1to carry out, fulfil, do (write, etc.)Ýaş oglanlar gulluk borjuny bitirmek üçin harby bölüme bardylar.The young men went to the military division in order to do military service.Ejemiň sargap giden işlerini bitirenimden soň, deňduşlarym bilen oýnamaga çykdym.2to be conditional (on)
bitmekv1be fulfilled, be carried outMeniň haýyşym bitdi.My request was fulfilled.2to growEkin suw bilen bitýär.Crops grow with the help of water.3to heal, close up, heal overTyg ýarasy bitýär.The cut healed over.4to become obstructed/cluttered (with something), clog upTurba posdan bitipdir.The pipe clogged up with rust.aýak bitcomp.dil bitmekcomp.to start talking, begin to speak (of infants)Gyzyma bir ýaşda dil bitip, gürläp başlady.My daughter started talking when she was 1 year old. diýeniň bitmekcomp.1for your prediction to come true2to do what you said
biwagtbi:wagtcfbimahaladv1prematurely, untimely, suddenly, without warningIşden biwagt çykanyma ökünýärin, ýenede alty aý işläýmelikenim.I regret starting work prematurely, I've got six months more to work.Garaşylmadyk myhman biwagt geldi, gije sagat onbirde.The unexpected guests came without warning at 11pm.Biwagt, sagat öýlän altydan sekize çenli ýatsaň halananok.2inopportune, ill-timed, out of season, not in time,Batyryň ejesi biwagt aradan çykanlygy üçin, ony daýzasy özüne ogullyk edip aldy.When Batyr's mother suddenly passed away his aunt adopted him.Ejem ýaş biwagt aradan çykdy.My mother passed away suddenly while still young.
biwatanbi:watannhomeless, without a country
biwepabi:wepa:adjunfaithful, disloyal, faithlessDostum söýgülisiniň biwepalygyny bilip, onuň bilen arasyny açdy.When my friend found out that his girlfriend had been unfaithful he broke off relations with her.It wepaly, heleý biwepasay.A dog is faithful, a wife is unfaithful
biwepalykbi:wepa:lyknadultery, infidelity, unfaithfulnessKöp adamlar biwepalygy bagyşlamaýarlar.A lot of people don't forgive unfaithfulness.Köp maşgalada biwepalygy geçirimlilik edip çagalary üçin ýaşaýarlar.
biygtyýarbi:ygtyýaradjinvoluntary, unintentional; involuntarily, unintentionally, without realising itBerhizde bolsamam biygtyýar süýjini agzyma salanymy bilmän galýaryn.Though I'm on a diet I sometimes put a sweet in my mouth without realising it.Gaharym gelip dursada, kiçi çaga görsem biygtyýar ýylgyrýan.Even though I'm feeling angry, if I see a child I smile involuntarily.Şähtim açylan wagtlary biygtyýar gygyryp aýdym aýtýaryn.Adamlar biygtyýar gaharyna erbet zadyn üstüne baryp bilýar.
biynjalykbi:y:njalykadjrestless, uneasy, restive, anxious, disturbingbiynjalyk bolmakcomp.to be anxious, worry about, be disturbedErtirki boljak ekzamenime tutuş gije biyynjalyk bolup ýatyp bilmedim.I couldn't sleep all night because I was so anxious about the next day's exam.Aslynda mydama biynjalyk bolmak meniň häsiýetimde bar.Bişiren palawyň duzy boldymyka oýdip biynjalyk boldym.
bizbizPronounwebiziňkioursbiziňour, of us
bizarbi:za:radjtired, fed upbizar etmekto be tired, be fed upTizräk howa ýylaýmasa, sowukdan bizar boldum.I hope the weather warms up soon, I'm getting fed up with the cold.
bizar-peteňbi:za:r-peteňadjboring ; tiresomebizar-peteň etmekcomp.to wear (someone, something) out, get fed up withGoňşymyň gaty diňleýan rok aýdymynyň sesinden bizar-peteň boldym.I'm fed up with my neighbour listening to rock music at loud volumes.Gijelerine itimiz ürip bizar-peteň edýar.
blankn(blank) formGaz we elektrik çyrasynyň blankasyny doldyryp banka tölemäge bardym.I went to the bank to fill out the forms and pay the gas and electric bills.Kepilnama blankasyny kserokopiýadan köpeltdim.I made some photocopies of the guarantee form.
bogaz1n1channel, gulf, straitGeografiýa sapagynda Bering bogazyny kartada tapanlygym üçin mugallym meni sögdi.In Geography my teacher told me off for not being able to find the Bering Straits on a map.2throatBogazym agyranda bejermek üçin mamam ary bal ýapýardy.When I got a saw throat my mother used to put honey on it.Söýgüli hokeý komandam ýaryşda utanda begenjime bogazyma sygdygyndan gygyryp sesimi zaýaladym.
bogaz2adjpregnantSygyrymyz bogaz bolanlygy üçin, sagamzok.The cows are pregnant so we aren't milking them.Goýyn soýylmazdan öň bogazmy dälmi barlanylýar, sebäbi bogaz mal soýmak günä.animals
bogmakv1to bind, tie up, bundleBugdaýly haltaň agzyny bogup, araba ýükledik.We tied up the mouth of the sack of wheat and loaded it onto the cart.Bede dessesini bogyp, kümä salyp gyşa taýynlyk görýaris.2to strangle, throttleAgşam gölämiz öz boýnundaky ýüpine bogulyp galypdyr.In the evening our calf got wound up in the cord tying him up, and strangled himself.Nahar iýip otyrkam nana düginip bokyrdagym bogylyp helk boldym.haltanyň agzyny bogmakdesse bogBirden galan gyzgyn bokurdagymy bogdy.dürli pikirleri bogmak


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bişmekv1to be cooked, be preparedbişen bişboiled egg2to ripenAlmalar bişdi.The apples are ripe.Naharyň bişmegi üçin wagt gerek.Almalar bişdi.Günüň aşagynda bişdim.agzyň bişmekcomp.
bitabynadjrebellious, insubordinate
bitabynlyknrebelliousness, insubordination
bitarapbi:tarapadjneutralTürkmenistan bitarap döwletdir.Turkmenistan is a neutral country.
bitaraplyk1bi:taraplykn1neutrality1995-nji ýylyň 12-nji dekabrynda Türkmenistan hemişelik bitaraplyk statusyny aldy.In December 12, 1995 Turkmenistan obtained the status of permanent neutrality.2December
bitaraplyk2cfdekabrindependence
bitaýbi:ta:ýadjodd, unpairedbitaý köwüşodd shoes
bitewicfbitinadjcommon, indivisible, inseparableykdysadyýetiň bitewi ugrythe economy's common direction of movement
bitginliadjproductive (harvest), high-yielding (crops)
bitinbiti:ncfbitewiadjwhole, entireBaşyňdan sadaka aýdylan çöregi bitinligine bermeli.The entire bread you have promised as a gift needs to be given.Toýlarda saçagyň üstüne bitin çapady bilen pişme goýulýar.Elimden gaçan käse bitin galdy.
bitirmekv1to carry out, fulfil, do (write, etc.)Ýaş oglanlar gulluk borjuny bitirmek üçin harby bölüme bardylar.The young men went to the military division in order to do military service.Ejemiň sargap giden işlerini bitirenimden soň, deňduşlarym bilen oýnamaga çykdym.2to be conditional (on)
bitmekv1be fulfilled, be carried outMeniň haýyşym bitdi.My request was fulfilled.2to growEkin suw bilen bitýär.Crops grow with the help of water.3to heal, close up, heal overTyg ýarasy bitýär.The cut healed over.4to become obstructed/cluttered (with something), clog upTurba posdan bitipdir.The pipe clogged up with rust.aýak bitcomp.dil bitmekcomp.to start talking, begin to speak (of infants)Gyzyma bir ýaşda dil bitip, gürläp başlady.My daughter started talking when she was 1 year old. diýeniň bitmekcomp.1for your prediction to come true2to do what you said
biwagtbi:wagtcfbimahaladv1prematurely, untimely, suddenly, without warningIşden biwagt çykanyma ökünýärin, ýenede alty aý işläýmelikenim.I regret starting work prematurely, I've got six months more to work.Garaşylmadyk myhman biwagt geldi, gije sagat onbirde.The unexpected guests came without warning at 11pm.Biwagt, sagat öýlän altydan sekize çenli ýatsaň halananok.2inopportune, ill-timed, out of season, not in time,Batyryň ejesi biwagt aradan çykanlygy üçin, ony daýzasy özüne ogullyk edip aldy.When Batyr's mother suddenly passed away his aunt adopted him.Ejem ýaş biwagt aradan çykdy.My mother passed away suddenly while still young.
biwatanbi:watannhomeless, without a country
biwepabi:wepa:adjunfaithful, disloyal, faithlessDostum söýgülisiniň biwepalygyny bilip, onuň bilen arasyny açdy.When my friend found out that his girlfriend had been unfaithful he broke off relations with her.It wepaly, heleý biwepasay.A dog is faithful, a wife is unfaithful
biwepalykbi:wepa:lyknadultery, infidelity, unfaithfulnessKöp adamlar biwepalygy bagyşlamaýarlar.A lot of people don't forgive unfaithfulness.Köp maşgalada biwepalygy geçirimlilik edip çagalary üçin ýaşaýarlar.
biygtyýarbi:ygtyýaradjinvoluntary, unintentional; involuntarily, unintentionally, without realising itBerhizde bolsamam biygtyýar süýjini agzyma salanymy bilmän galýaryn.Though I'm on a diet I sometimes put a sweet in my mouth without realising it.Gaharym gelip dursada, kiçi çaga görsem biygtyýar ýylgyrýan.Even though I'm feeling angry, if I see a child I smile involuntarily.Şähtim açylan wagtlary biygtyýar gygyryp aýdym aýtýaryn.Adamlar biygtyýar gaharyna erbet zadyn üstüne baryp bilýar.
biynjalykbi:y:njalykadjrestless, uneasy, restive, anxious, disturbingbiynjalyk bolmakcomp.to be anxious, worry about, be disturbedErtirki boljak ekzamenime tutuş gije biyynjalyk bolup ýatyp bilmedim.I couldn't sleep all night because I was so anxious about the next day's exam.Aslynda mydama biynjalyk bolmak meniň häsiýetimde bar.Bişiren palawyň duzy boldymyka oýdip biynjalyk boldym.
bizbizPronounwebiziňkioursbiziňour, of us
bizarbi:za:radjtired, fed upbizar etmekto be tired, be fed upTizräk howa ýylaýmasa, sowukdan bizar boldum.I hope the weather warms up soon, I'm getting fed up with the cold.
bizar-peteňbi:za:r-peteňadjboring ; tiresomebizar-peteň etmekcomp.to wear (someone, something) out, get fed up withGoňşymyň gaty diňleýan rok aýdymynyň sesinden bizar-peteň boldym.I'm fed up with my neighbour listening to rock music at loud volumes.Gijelerine itimiz ürip bizar-peteň edýar.
blankn(blank) formGaz we elektrik çyrasynyň blankasyny doldyryp banka tölemäge bardym.I went to the bank to fill out the forms and pay the gas and electric bills.Kepilnama blankasyny kserokopiýadan köpeltdim.I made some photocopies of the guarantee form.
bogaz1n1channel, gulf, straitGeografiýa sapagynda Bering bogazyny kartada tapanlygym üçin mugallym meni sögdi.In Geography my teacher told me off for not being able to find the Bering Straits on a map.2throatBogazym agyranda bejermek üçin mamam ary bal ýapýardy.When I got a saw throat my mother used to put honey on it.Söýgüli hokeý komandam ýaryşda utanda begenjime bogazyma sygdygyndan gygyryp sesimi zaýaladym.
bogaz2adjpregnantSygyrymyz bogaz bolanlygy üçin, sagamzok.The cows are pregnant so we aren't milking them.Goýyn soýylmazdan öň bogazmy dälmi barlanylýar, sebäbi bogaz mal soýmak günä.animals
bogmakv1to bind, tie up, bundleBugdaýly haltaň agzyny bogup, araba ýükledik.We tied up the mouth of the sack of wheat and loaded it onto the cart.Bede dessesini bogyp, kümä salyp gyşa taýynlyk görýaris.2to strangle, throttleAgşam gölämiz öz boýnundaky ýüpine bogulyp galypdyr.In the evening our calf got wound up in the cord tying him up, and strangled himself.Nahar iýip otyrkam nana düginip bokyrdagym bogylyp helk boldym.haltanyň agzyny bogmakdesse bogBirden galan gyzgyn bokurdagymy bogdy.dürli pikirleri bogmak