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Modern Translation: Panda

Language Translations for "panda"; alternative meanings/domain in parentheses.

Albanian

panda.

Arabic 

‏دب التيبي, ‏بندة.

Bulgarian 

панда.

Chinese 

熊貓 , 熊猫.

Czech

panda.

Danish

lille panda (lesser panda, red panda).

Dutch

reuzenpanda (giant panda), kleine panda (lesser panda, red panda), bamboebeer (giant panda).

Farsi 

مورچه خوارفلس دارهیمالیا(ج.ش.).

French

panda.

German

Panda.

Greek 

αρκτοειδέσ ζώο τησ ασίασ.

Hungarian

pandamack, macskamedve.

Indonesian

panda.

Italian

panda.

Japanese Kanji 

パンジー色 (briefs, brochure, deep violet, most people, paint, pampas, pamphlet, pan-focus, pantalon, pantheon, panties, pantograph, pantomime, pantothenic, pantry, pantskirt, panty, panty girdle, panty hose, panty skirt, panty stocking, pantyhose, PCS, pumping, pumpkin, pumps, punch, punch card, punch permanent, punch-card system, punt kick, showing underwear, underpants, whore).

Japanese Katakana 

パンダ .

Manx

maghouin Sheenagh.

Pig Latin

andapay.

Portuguese

panda-rutilante, panda, urso-gato.

Romanian

pand, panda gogant.

Russian 

панда.

Serbo-Croatian

panda.

Spanish

panda.

Swedish

panda, jttepanda.

Thai

หมีแพนด้า (giant panda).

Turkish

panda.

Ukrainian

панда (bear-cat).

Modern Translation: Volunteer

Language Translations for "volunteer"; alternative meanings/domain in parentheses.

Afrikaans

vrywilliger.

Albanian

vullnetar (freewill, voluntary), vetdashs (self willed, voluntary), jap vullnetarisht, dal vullnetar (come forward).

Arabic 

‏متطوع, ‏قدم متطوعا, ‏تطوع (enlist, recruit, volunteering), ‏المتبرع (benefactor, contributor), ‏النية التلقائية.

Bulgarian 

отзовавам се (respond), опълченец (militiaman), нагърбвам се доброволно, заемам се (attempt, buckle, deal, set out, start out, undertake), предлагам услугите си (tender), предлагам помощта си, доброволчески (voluntary), доброволец (voluntary), доброволен (freewill, spontaneous, unforced, unsolicited, voluntary).

Chinese 

義務 (duty, obligation, voluntary), 志願者 , 志願 (aspiration, ideal, wish), 志愿者.

Czech

poskytnout (administer, afford, extend, furnish, give, grant, house, provide, render, supply, tender), ochotn udlat, nabdnout (bid, make an offer, offer, proffer, propose), dobrovolnk, dobrovoln se přihlsit.

Danish

selvset plante (wilding, wildling), frivillig.

Dutch

vrijwilliger, volontair (cub reporter).

Esperanto

volontulo.

Farsi 

خواستار (Demanding, Wishful), داوطلب شدن , داوطلب (Applicant, Candidate, Entrant).

Finnish

tarjoutua (offer), tarjokas (candidate), luonnontaimi (wilding, wildling).

French

volontaire (voluntary).

German

Freiwilliger.

Greek 

προσφέρω εθελοντικώσ, προσφέρομαι εθελοντικώσ, εθελοντήσ, εθελοντής (volunteer for).

Hebrew 

מתקיס, מתנעב, לעתנעב (donate), לנעב (donate).

Hungarian

nkntes (free will, unasked for, unbidden, voluntary, willing).

Indonesian

sukarelawan.

Italian

volontario (freewill, unsolicitous, voluntary, willing).

Japanese Kanji 

篤志家 (self-sacrificing person), ボツリヌス菌 (bob, bobsled, bobsleigh, body, body blow, body building, body check, body conscious, body language, body line, body painting, body shampoo, body talk, body treatment, body-building, bodysuit, Bohemian, Bohemian glass, bomb, bonanzagram, bonus pay, Botswana, bottle, bottle keep, bottle-neck, bottom, bottom out, bottomless, bottom-line, bottom-up, botulinus bacillus, careless, security check, sexually flattering clothing, special exercise for developing big muscles, voluntary chain), 挺身 (volunteering), 有志  (sympathizer, voluntary), 有志 (sympathizer, voluntary).

Japanese Katakana 

ボランティア , ボランテァ , ゆうし (ambition, an official, another child considered as one's own, brave man, brave warrior, financing, gallant figure, grieving, hero, historical, idle funds or capital, loan, nephew, recorded in history, sympathizer, traveller, voluntary, wanderer), とくしか (self-sacrificing person), ていしア (boat length, communications, courtier, go ahead of, volunteering).

Korean 

지원자 (Applicant).

Manx

ve arryltagh, jannoo dy arryltagh, cur dy arryltagh, arryltagh (ready, spontaneous, voluntary, willing).

Pig Latin

olunteervay.

Portuguese

voluntrio (spontaneous, unconstrained, voluntary).

Romanian

voluntar (authoritative, free will, self willed, voluntary, wilful), se oferi ca voluntar, se nrola ca voluntar, brigadier (Brigadier).

Russian 

доброволец.

Serbo-Croatian

volonterski, volonter, moba, dobrovoljno ponuditi, dobrovoljan (freewill, voluntary), dobrovoljac.

Spanish

voluntario (self-inflicted, unsolicitous, voluntary).

Swedish

voluntr, frivillig (facultative, freewill, optional, unsolicited, voluntary, willing).

Turkish

kendiliği den byyen, isteyerek yapmak, gnll yazılmak (enlist), gnll olmak (come forward), gnll asker (terrier, territorial), gnll (ready, voluntary, willing), gnl rızası ile yapılan, stlenmek (accept, assume, be stuck with, bear, stand, support, take on, take over, take upon oneself, undertake).

Turkmen 

meяletinзi.

Ukrainian

волонтер, безоплатний, пропонувати (appoint, charge, hold forth, hold out, offer, proffer, propose, put, put forward, set forward, set up, suggest, tender), добровільний (free, freewill, gratuitous, spontaneous, unbidden, voluntary, willing), доброволець.

Vietnamese 

người xung phong.

Welsh

gwirfoddolwr, gwirfoddoli.

Modern Translation: Tour

Language Translations for "tour"; alternative meanings/domain in parentheses.

Albanian

turne, vizit (sightseeing, visit, visitation), udhtoj (fare, go, journey, peregrinate, travel, walk), udhtim (drive, excursion, itineracy, itinerancy, journey, passage, peregrination, ride, round trip, rove, travel, trek, trip, wayfaring), periudh (bout, chapter, date, day, epoch, hitch, hour, inning, innings, period, phase, run, season, span, stage, streak, stretch, term, tide, time, vintage), ekskursion (excursion, hike, jaunt, outing, ramble, treat, trip).

Arabic 

‏قدم مسرحية في رحلة, ‏تسوح (parade), ‏تجول (gallivant, get about, knock about, move, peddle, ramble, stroll, swag, wander, wandering), ‏سياحة (peregrination, sightseeing, touring), ‏سفر (departure, exodus, journey, locomotion, pilgrimage, transportation, travel), ‏سافر (barefaced, cover, cruise, fare, fly, go, hike, journey, leave, pack, ride, set off, travel, voyage), ‏زيارة رسمية (the visitation), ‏طاف (afloat, buoyant, circuit, cruise, floating, promenade, range, roam, roll, rove, scour, swag, travel), ‏جولة (circuit, cruise, patrol, ramble, ride, round, run, swing, trek, turn), ‏دور في العمل.

Basque

ibilaldi (excursion, ramble, travel).

Bulgarian 

разходка (airing, blow, drive, outing, perambulation, promenade, ramble, stroll, ta-ta, turn, walk), турне (swing), обхождам (perambulate, travel), обиколка (ambit, circuit, girth, leg, round, round trip, roundabout, swing, touring, turn, walk about), обикалям (circle, compass, get about, get round, itinerate, orb, patrol, perambulate, ride, stooge around, stride, travel, trip, walk), на турне съм в, екскурзия (excursion, hike, jaunt, outing), правя обиколка из.

Chinese 

旅遊 (journey, tourism, travel, trip), 游览 (Excursion, Toured, touring), 周遊 .

Czech

turn, tra (hike, ramble, trek, walk), zjezd (excursion, journey, pack-tour, trip), vlet (excursion, jaunt, outing, trip), prohldka (examination, inspection, perusal, rummage, search, visitation), procestovat (travel, traverse), objdt po, cesta (alley, byway, career, channel, crossing, drive, itinerary, jaunt, journey, Lane, passage, path, pathway, ride, road, route, track, trail, travel, trip, venture, voyage, walk, way).

Danish

turnus, tur (trip), ekskursion (excursion).

Dutch

tournee (theatrical tour), rondreis (theatrical tour).

Esperanto

turneo (theatrical tour).

Farsi 

مسافرت (Journey), ماموریت (Agency, Assignment, Duty, Errand, Function, Mission), نوبت (Heat, Inning, Period, Shift, Turquoise), گشت کردن , گشت (Veer), سیاحت کردن (Explore, Rubberneck, Safari), سیاحت (Journey, Tourism), سفر (Expedition, Journey, Junket, Pilgrimage, Progress, Rake, Trade, Trek, Trip, Voyage).

Finnish

matka (crossing, distance, journey, passage, trip, voyage, way), kierros (circuit, detour, lap, orbit, revolution, round, turn).

French

tourne (touring), tour (tower).

German

Tour (climb, drive, excursion, figure, file, hike, journey, line, outing, ploy, rank, Rev, revolution, ride, round, row, trip, turn, voyage, walk), Ausflug (excursion, flight, hike, hive exit, jaunt, outing, run, sightseeing trip, spree, swarming, trip, walk).

Greek 

περιοδεύω (itinerate, peregrinate), ταξίδι (journey, travel, trek, trip).

Hebrew 

לתיר (journey), לתור (scan), להסתובב (get about, perambulate, revolve, roll, rotate, slue, swivel, turn, turn around, turn over, turn round), לסיר (reconnoitre, scout, spy, visit), תיור (sightseeing, touring), טיול (excursion, outing, sightseeing, trip), סיור (excursion, expedition, round, sightseeing, visit), סבוב (bend, circle, circuit, spin, surrounding, turn).

Hungarian

utazs (coaching, journey, passage, peregrination, touring, travel, travelling, trek, trip), turn.

Indonesian

perjalanan (journey, peregnation, travel, trip, voyage), menjelajahi (explore, rove, traverse), menjajah (colonize, takeo ver (a country), traverse), jelajah (traverse).

Italian

giro (circle, circuit, coil, drive, girth, gyre, I endorse, lap, ramble, revolution, ride, rotation, round, run, screw, slew, slue, spin, stroll, trip, turn, turning, walk), escursione (excursion, hike, jaunt, outing, ramble, range, treat, trip).

Japanese Kanji 

巡回 (going around, patrol, round).

Japanese Katakana 

ツアー , しゅうゆう (excursion ticket, round trip), まんゆう (pleasure trip), かんこうりょこう, あんぎゃ (pilgrimage, walking tour), ゆうれき, じゅんかい (going around, patrol, round), じゅんれき (itinerancy, trip), えんせい (away series, campaign, complaint, expedition, leaden, made of lead, malleability, murmur, pessimism, weariness with life).

Korean 

투어.

Manx

turrys (crossing, crossing of sea, excursion, expedition, itinerary, jaunt, journey, outing, passage, progress, run, transit, transit of planet, trip, walk, walk of postman), chyrrys (errand).

Occitan

escorreguda (excursion, ramble).

Pig Latin

ourtay

Portuguese

excurso (excursion, flight, jaunt, outing, run, sally, sightseeing trip, trip, tripping, wander).

Romanian

turneu (itineracy, itinerancy, itineration, round), tur (stroll, turn, walk), timp petrecut n gard, voiaj (journey, passage, travel, trip, voyage), plimbare cognitiv, ocol (bounds, compass, courtyard, detour, enclosure, grounds, round, roundabout, surrounding, surroundings, turn, wheel), excursie (camping, digression, dissertation, excursion, jaunt, outing, run, sightseeing trip, trip), cltorie scurt, cltorie (drive, excursion, journey, passage, perambulation, ride, riding, run, sail, travel, trip, voyage).

Russian 

турне, тур (aurochs, bout, gabion), круг (circle, compass, cycle, disc, disk, gyre, lunge, period, ring, rondure), гастрольный (touring), гастролировать (barnstorm, go on tour), путешествовать путешествие (trave), путешествие (day trip, journey, peregrination, travel, trip, voyage).

Scottish

cuairt (circuit, eddy, trip, whirl).

Serbo-Croatian

turneja, tura (itinerary, trip), smena (change, changing, relief, replacement, shift), putovati (itinerate, journey, peregrinate, travel, traverse), putovanje (going, itineracy, itinerancy, itineration, journey, peregrination, travel, traveling, trip, voyage, wayfaring), put (drive, flesh, onto, passage, path, road, time, to, towards, trip, way), obilazak (round, touring, visit), biti na turneji.

Spanish

gira (circuit, circular tour), excursin (cruise, excursion, hike, jaunt, junket, outing, picnic, raid, run, sightseeing trip, spree, trek, trip).

Swedish

tur (drive, excursion, figure, fluke, hap, luck, outing, ride, round, stroll, there, trip, turn, walk), turnera (put, turn), resa (crest, go, go away, go to, journey, leave, passage, peregrination, raise, rear, ride, set up, travel, trip, voyage).

Turkish

turneye ıkmak (circuit, go on tour, play), turne, tur yapmak (lap, make a tour), tur (circuit, lap, round, rounder, touring), nbet (attack, bout, guard duty, ictus, invasion, paroxysm, police, post, sentry, sentry go, spell, turn, turn of duty, turn of work, watch), gezmek (browse around, get about, go about, hike, itinerate, jaunt, knock about, knock around, perambulate, peregrinate, promenade, range, rove, travel, visit, walk, wander, wander in), gezi (excursion, journey, locomotion, outing, promenade, sightseeing, travel, trip).

Turkmen 

gastrol (r).

Ukrainian

робити об'їзд, тур (bout), здійснювати театральне турне, прогулянка (airing, outleap, promenade, ramble, ride, round, saunter, stroll), подорожувати (cruise, go, journey), подорож (journey, locomotion, travel, travelling, trek, trip, voyage).

Vietnamese 

cuộc đi du lịch cuộc đi chơi, cuộc đi dạo cuộc kinh l, cuộc đi (expedition).

Modern Translation: Trip

Language   Translations for "trip"; alternative meanings/domain in parentheses.

Afrikaans

  

reis (journey, travel, voyage).

Albanian

  

udhtim (drive, excursion, itineracy, itinerancy, journey, passage, peregrination, ride, round trip, rove, tour, travel, trek, wayfaring), pengohem (stumble over, trip up), marr me thua, lshoj (cede, concede, dart, depasture, discharge, ease, effuse, emit, exhale, fetch, fire, flop, get off, give, give off, give out, give rise to, heave, heave a sigh, issue, let, let fall, let go, let loose, let off, pay, project, radiate, relieve, send, set on, shed, shoot, sluice, throw down, touch off, unbrace, unbridle, uncork, uncouple, unleash, unmuzzle, unrein, untuck, utter), gabohem (be mistaken, go wrong, make a break for it, make a mistake, misbelieve), gabim (balk, baulk, boob, delinquency, delusion, error, fallacy, false step, fault, flub, frailty, gaffe, lapse, Lapsus, misdoing, Miss, misstep, mistake, slip, slip up), ekskursion (excursion, hike, jaunt, outing, ramble, tour, treat), ecje e leht (tripping), eci leht, dhmb els.

Arabic 

  

‏غلطة (balk, error, fault, inaccuracy, mistake, stumble), ‏رحلة (drive, journey, junket, peregrination, sally, touring, travel, voyage), ‏رقص (choreography, dance, dancing, dandle, foot, frisk, hop, limbo, perform), ‏السقاطة (catch, windfall), ‏جسم معدني ثقيل, ‏خطوة رشيقة سريعة, ‏سقط (bring down, cave, come off, dip, dive, down, drop, drop out, failed, fall, go by the board, settle, skip, spill, sprawl, squirt, topple, tumble), ‏شغل الألة, ‏تلعثم (falter, fumble, gibber, halt, hem, hum and haw, jerk, stammer, stumble, stutter), ‏كبوة (slip, stumble), ‏قام برحلة (journey, sally, voyage), ‏قام برحلة فاشلة, ‏نزهة (ball, excursion, outing, promenade, ramble, ride, run, stretch one's legs), ‏هفوة (gag, lapse, peccadillo, slip), ‏مشى بخفة, ‏مسيرة (demonstration, journey, march, procession, travel), ‏كبو (misfire), ‏تعثر (flounder, halt, stumble, tumble).

Bulgarian 

  

откопчавам (unbuckle, unbutton, unclasp, unhook), падане (drop, fall, falling, flow, incidence, mucker, prolapsus, spill, thump, tumble), препъване (falter, stumble), пътувам (hop, itinerate, journey, peregrinate, roll, roll along, track, travel), пъргава походка, лека походка, обикалям (circle, compass, get about, get round, itinerate, orb, patrol, perambulate, ride, stooge around, stride, tour, travel, walk), изключвам (disconnect, disengage, eliminate, except, exclude, expel, foreclose, intercept, leave out, open, preclude, remove, rule out, shut off, throw out, ungear), отвързвам (detach, loose, uncouple, unfasten, untie), стъпвам бързо и леко, кратка екскурзия, кратка обиколка, кратко пътешествие, танцувам бързо и леко, разединявам (disconnect, disjoin, dissever, dissociate, release, sunder, uncouple, unlink), уличавам в противоречие, уличавам в лъжа, отделям от дъното.

Catalan

  

excursi (excursion, outing, sightseeing trip).

Chinese 

  

旅遊 (journey, tour, tourism, travel), 旅途 (journey), 旅行 (less-traveled, travel, traveled, traveling, travelled, travelling, TRIPS), 旅程 (journey), (travel), (attack, expedition, journey, levy).

Czech

  

tanit (appear, dance), zakopnut, zjezd (excursion, journey, pack-tour, tour), vlet (excursion, jaunt, outing, tour), kloptnut (stumble), kloptnout (founder, stumble, tumble), jzda (cavalry, drive, journey, passage, ride, run), cupot (trample), cupitat (patter, scuttle), cesta (alley, byway, career, channel, crossing, drive, itinerary, jaunt, journey, Lane, passage, path, pathway, ride, road, route, tour, track, trail, travel, venture, voyage, walk, way).

Danish

  

rejse (journey, travel, voyage).

Dutch

  

reis (journey, voyage), trip (excursion, journey, outing, sightseeing trip, voyage), toer (excursion, journey, line, outing, sightseeing trip, subterfuge, trick, trickery, voyage), tocht (excursion, journey, outing, sightseeing trip, voyage).

Esperanto

  

vojaĝo (journey, voyage).

Faeroese

  

fer (journey, occasion, time, train, voyage).

Farsi 

  

پشت پاخوردن یازدن , لغزش خوردن , لغزش (Error, Gaffe, Lapse, Peccadillo, Slide, Slip, Slippage, Slither), گردش کردن (Promenade, Revolve, Rove, Walk), گردش (Canter, Circuit, Gyration, Hike, Jaunt, Meander, Movement, Operation, Period, Progress, Promenade, Race, Rev, Roll, Stroll, Twirl, Wrest), سفرکردن (Gang, Journey), سفر (Expedition, Journey, Junket, Pilgrimage, Progress, Rake, Tour, Trade, Trek, Voyage), سکندری خوردن (Stumble), سکندری , سبک رفتن (Scud).

Finnish

  

matka (crossing, distance, journey, passage, tour, voyage, way).

French

  

voyage (a trip, travel).

Frisian

  

reis (journey, voyage).

German

  

Reise (cruise, journey, passage, progress, tour, travel, traveling, vacation trip, voyage), Trip (jaunt), Tour (climb, drive, excursion, figure, file, hike, journey, line, outing, ploy, rank, Rev, revolution, ride, round, row, tour, turn, voyage, walk).

Greek 

  

κάνω κάποιον να σκοντάψει, σκοντάπτω (stumble), βάζω τρικλοποδιά, βαδίζω ελαφρώσ, περιοδεία (itineracy, itineration, peregrination, round, tour), πεδικλώνω (bind, fetter, hobble, hopple, shacle), παραπάτημα (faux pas, misstep, stumble), ταξιδάκι, ταξίδι (journey, tour, travel, trek).

Hebrew 

  

טיול (excursion, outing, sightseeing, tour).

Hungarian

  

utazs (coaching, journey, passage, peregrination, tour, touring, travel, travelling, trek), tra (hike, hiking, run, tour), kirnduls (excursion, hike, hiking, maroon, outing, picnic, run, sally, spin, tour).

Indonesian

  

perjalanan (journey, peregnation, tour, travel, voyage).

Irish

  

aistear farraige (journey, voyage).

Italian

  

viaggio (journey, road, tour, travel, voyage), escursione (excursion, hike, jaunt, outing, ramble, range, tour, treat).

Japanese Kanji 

  

(journey, travel).

Japanese Katakana 

  

たび (degree, Japanese socks, journey, tabi, times, travel), トリップ , こまたすくい, りょこう (travel), じゅんれき (itinerancy, tour), えんそく (hike, picnic).

Korean 

  

여행 (Journey, journeying, Journeys, touring, touristic, travel, traveling, travelling, trek, TRIPS).

Malay

  

perjalanan (journey, voyage).

Manx

  

turrys (crossing, crossing of sea, excursion, expedition, itinerary, jaunt, journey, outing, passage, progress, run, tour, transit, transit of planet, walk, walk of postman), trippal, trip, snapperal (pull, stumble, stumbling, tripping, tripping stumbling), jurnaa (expedition, journey, sea crossing).

Norwegian

  

reise (erect, journey, leave, travel, voyage).

Papiamen

  

biaha (journey, travel, voyage), bia (journey, travel, voyage).

Pig Latin

  

iptray.

Polish

  

podrż (journey, voyage).

Portuguese

  

viagem (access, flight, highroad crossing, itineration, journey, passage, peregrination, run, transit, travel, trek, voyage, wander).

Portuguese Brazilian

  

viagem (travel).

Romanian

  

voiaj (journey, passage, tour, travel, voyage), se mpiedica (fall over, founder, stub one's foot on, stumble), pune piedic cuiva (put the crimp in), piedic pus cuiva, pas uşor, pas greşit (a devious step, slip), merge cu pas uşor, face un pas greşit (stumble), face s cad, face o greşeal (commit an error, make a mistake, make an error, nod), excursie (camping, digression, dissertation, excursion, jaunt, outing, run, sightseeing trip, tour), drum (course, drive, highway, journey, passage, path, road, route, Street, thoroughfare, trace, track, trajectory, voyage, walk, way), declanşa (fire, spring, unleash, unloose), cltorie (journey, voyage), cltorie (drive, excursion, journey, passage, perambulation, ride, riding, run, sail, tour, travel, voyage).

Russian 

  

путешествие (day trip, journey, peregrination, tour, travel, voyage), поездка (excursion, journey, ride).

Scottish

  

turus (a journey, journey, voyage), cuairt (circuit, eddy, tour, whirl).

Serbo-Croatian

  

tura (itinerary, tour), spotaći (stumble), saplitanje (trip up), saplesti, putovanje (going, itineracy, itinerancy, itineration, journey, peregrination, tour, travel, traveling, voyage, wayfaring), put (drive, flesh, onto, passage, path, road, time, to, tour, towards, way), prekinuti struju, halucinacija (hallucination), greka (blooper, bungle, error, fallacy, foult, goof, lapse, lapsus, miscarriage, mistake, slip up, slipup, wrong), aktivirati (activate, set off, spring, trigger).

Sicilian

  

viaggiu.

Spanish

  

viaje (a trip, cruise, drive, jaunt, journey, perambulation, ride, tour, travel, voyage).

Swahili

  

safari (journey, voyage), mwendo (distance, journey, offset, voyage).

Swedish

  

resa (crest, go, go away, go to, journey, leave, passage, peregrination, raise, rear, ride, set up, tour, travel, voyage), frd (drive, expedition, flight, journey, passage, ride, tour, transit, voyage), utflykt (airing, excursion, expedition, jaunt, junket, outing, picknic, picnic, ramble, Sally), tur (drive, excursion, figure, fluke, hap, luck, outing, ride, round, stroll, there, tour, turn, walk), trippa (go pit-a-pat, go pitter-patter, mince, pit-a-pat, pitter patter), tripp (outing), snava (founder, stumble).

Tagalog

  

paglalakby (journey, voyage).

Turkish

  

tkezlemek (blunder, halt, loose one's footing, miss one's footing, snag, stagger, stumble), tkezleme, srme (lapse, slip, slip up, stumble), elme takmak (trip up), ayağı takılmak (stumble), dşrmek (beat down, cause to fall, curtail, deflate, depress, drop, flop, knock off, let down, let fall, lower, mark down, overthrow, precipitate, pull dawn, put down, reduce, roll back, scale down, screw down, send down, sink, slim down, spill, step down, take from, throw, topple over), gezi (excursion, journey, locomotion, outing, promenade, sightseeing, tour, travel), gezinti (airing, excursion, hike, jaunt, outing, prom, promenade, ride, run, Sally, stroll, walk, walking tour), hafif ve hızlı yrme, hata (balk, baulk, blemish, delinquency, demerit, error, failing, false step, falsity, fault, faux pas, flaw, floater, fluff, gaffe, goof, imperfection, inaccuracy, lapse, mistake, slip, slip up, stumble, wrong, wrongness), elme, kastanyola (cleat, click, pawl, ratch, ratchet), yolculuk (headway, journey, passage, peregrination, travel, voyage), srmek (slip, slip up, stumble), sekme (bounce, bound, hop, hopping, leap, rebound, ricochet, ricochetting, skipping), sekmek (bounce, hop, leap, rebound, ricochet, skim, skip), seyahat (Eyre, journey, peregrination, travel, traveling, travelling, voyage), uma (flight, fly, flying, freak out, getting high, high, volatilization, wing), uyuşturucunun etkisinde olma, hata yapmak (do wrong, err, go astray, goof, lapse, make mistake, nod, slip, slip up, stumble, stumble in, stumble into).

Turkmen 

  

syяahat (journey, travels).

Ukrainian

  

спотикатися (blunder into, chip, falter, flounder, stammer, stumble, titubate), спотикання (flounder, stumble), легкий крок, бігти вистрибом, помилка (aberration, balk, bloomer, bungle, delusion, error, failing, fallacy, fault, inaccuracy, lapsus, misdeed, mistake, sin, slip, solecism, stumble), подорож (journey, locomotion, tour, travel, travelling, trek, voyage), перекидатися (bandy, battledore, fall over, keel over, overset, overturn, somersault, tipple, tumble, upset), перекидати (capsize, kick about, overrun, overset, overthrow, overturn, push over, tip over, upset).

Vietnamese 

  

thiết bị nhả, sai st (defect, errant), sự vấp (stumble), sự vượt biển bước nhẹ bước trật, sự ngoo chn, sự ni lỡ lời sự ngng, lỗi (error, mistake, mistook), cuộc hnh trnh (peregrination), cuộc dạo chơi (ramble), cuộc đi chơi (excursion, jaunt, outing), ci ngng, bước hụt.

Welsh

  

taith (journey, progress, voyage), pleserdaith (excursion), maglu (mesh, snare), baglu (ensnare, entangle, run away, stumble), baglan (crutch, run away, stumble).

above  from www.websters-online-dictionary.org

 

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