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ılık

(Turkish - English dictionary) :
1. tepid, lukewarm. 2. warmish, mild (weather). ılık 1. tepidly, lukewarmly. 2. (a wind´s blowing) warmly. 3. (tears´ or blood´s streaming) warmly or hotly.
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ilik

(Turkish - English dictionary) :
bone marrow, marrow. lerinde duymak /ı/ to feel (something) deep in one´s bones, feel (something) strongly and instinctively. ine/lerine geçmek see ine/lerine işlemek. gibi 1. (meat) delicious and done to a turn, toothsome, scrumptious. 2. slang delectable, luscious, toothsome, voluptuous (young woman). ine/lerine işlemek /ın/ 1. to chill (someone) to the marrow, chill (someone) to the bone. 2. to wet (someone) to the skin, soak (someone) to the skin. 3. to affect (someone) deeply: O acı söz iliğine işledi. That harsh remark cut him to the quick. 4. to take possession of (someone): Hırs iliklerine işledi. Greed has taken possession of him. ine/lerine kadar 1. to the hilt; thoroughly. 2. deeply, deep down. ine kadar ıslanmak to be wet to the skin, be soaked to the skin. ini kemirmek /ın/ 1. (for something unpleasant) to bother (someone) greatly, get to (someone), give (someone) a fit. 2. to exploit, suck (someone´s) blood. ini kurutmak/ini kemiğini kurutmak /ın/ to drive (someone) crazy, drive (someone) to distraction, drive (someone) up the wall. i sızlamak 1. /a/ to be deeply moved (by). 2. to feel a deep, throbbing ache.
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ilik

(Turkish - English dictionary) :
buttonhole; button loop.
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ılıkça

(Turkish - English dictionary) :
lukewarmish, somewhat tepid, slightly warm.
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ılıklaşmak

(Turkish - English dictionary) :
to become lukewarm, become tepid, become slightly warm.