Translation: from english

wrinkle new

  • 1 wrinkle

    I
    1. noun
    морщина; складка; to fit without a wrinkle сидеть без единой морщинки, как влитое (об одежде)
    2. verb
    морщить(ся) (тж. wrinkle up); сминать(ся), мять(ся)
    Syn:
    fold
    II
    noun collocation
    полезный совет; намек
    * * *
    1 (n) морщина; необычное явление на финансовом рынке; финансовая инновация
    2 (v) морщить; наморщить
    * * *
    * * *
    [wrin·kle || 'rɪŋkl] n. морщина, складка; рябь, небольшая волна; препятствие, затруднение; недостаток; позор; способ, метод, ловкий прием, уловка; полезный совет; намек; новшество v. морщить; сминать, мять
    * * *
    морщина
    морщить
    морщиться
    сморчка
    сморщить
    * * *
    1. сущ. 1) морщина 2) трудность 3) поэт. рябь, небольшая волна 4) недостаток 2. гл. морщить(ся) (тж. wrinkle up)

    Новый англо-русский словарь > wrinkle

  • 2 wrinkle

    ['rɪŋkl] 1. n; c
    (on skin) 皱纹 [zhòuwén]; (in paper, cloth etc) 褶皱 [zhězhòu]
    2. vt
    [+ forehead] 皱起 [zhòuqǐ]
    3. vi
    [+ skin] 起皱纹 [qǐ zhòuwén]; [+ paint, paper etc] 有皱痕 [yǒu zhòuhén]

    * to wrinkle one's nose (at sth) — (对某事)皱鼻子

    English-Chinese new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 3 wrinkle proof

    (r) немнущийся; несминаемый

    Новый англо-русский словарь > wrinkle proof

  • 4 wrinkle resistant

    (r) немнущийся; несминаемый

    Новый англо-русский словарь > wrinkle resistant

  • 5 wrinkle up

    морщить, морщиться

    Новый англо-русский словарь > wrinkle up

  • 6 wrinkle

    I
    [΄riŋkl] n կնճիռ, խորշոմ. My dress has wrinkles under the arms Շորիս թևերի տակ փոթեր կան
    II
    [΄riŋkl] n խսկց. ակնարկ
    [΄riŋkl] v կնճռոտ(վ)ել. wrinkle one’s brow ճակատը կնճռոտել. The tights/stockings are wrinkled Զուգագուլպաները/Գուլպաները լավ չեն ձգված

    English-Armenian dictionary > wrinkle

  • 7 wrinkle

    1. n. - ตีนกา [- tīn-kā] - รอย [- røi] - ริ้วรอย [¯riu-røi] 2. n. exp. - รอยตีนกา [- røi -tīn-kā] - รอยย่น [-røi \\yon] - รอยยับ [-røi ¯yap] 3. v. - ย่น [\\yon] - เหี่ยว [ _hīo] - เหี่ยวแห้ง [_hīo\\haēng]

    Lewis & Short latin dictionary > wrinkle

  • 8 wrinkle

    ['riŋkl] 1. noun
    (a small crease on the skin (usually on one's face): Her face is full of wrinkles.) ride
    2. verb
    (to (cause to) become full of wrinkles or creases: The damp had wrinkled the pages.) rider; plisser

    English-French dictionary > wrinkle

  • 9 wrinkle

    ['riŋkl] 1. noun
    (a small crease on the skin (usually on one's face): Her face is full of wrinkles.) ruga
    2. verb
    (to (cause to) become full of wrinkles or creases: The damp had wrinkled the pages.) enrugar

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > wrinkle

  • 10 wrinkle

    n.
    चुनवट, झुर्री, सिकुडन, असमता
    v. tr. & intr.
    सिकुडन डालना, झुर्री डालना, सिकुडना

    English-Hindi new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 11 wrinkle

    kulubot, kunot

    English-Tagalog new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 12 wrinkle

    v.buruştur:n.buruşukluk

    English-Turkish new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 13 wrinkle

    I
    n. しわ; ひだ; 策略(俗語)
    II
    v. …にしわを寄せる; しわが寄る

    English-Japanese new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 14 wrinkle one's forehead

    額にしわを寄せる, 額にしわをつくる

    English-Japanese new dictionary > wrinkle one's forehead

  • 15 wrinkle

    1) ζάρα
    2) ρυτίδα
    3) ρυτιδώνω

    English-Greek new dictionary > wrinkle

  • 16 wrinkle

    noun
    ചുളിവ്, ചുളിച്ചില്‍, വിലപിടിച്ച സൂചന, പുത്തന്‍ ആശയം, ജര
    verb transitive
    ചുളിവീഴുക, മടക്കുക, ചുരുട്ടുക

    English-Malayalam new dictionary > wrinkle

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