screw verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "screw" - English-Turkish dictionary

screw

verb
 
 
/skruː/
screw sth down/to/onto, etc to fasten something with a screw
vidalamak, vidayla tutturmak
You need to screw the cabinet to the wall.Tight and tightening
screw sth on/down/together, etc to fasten something by turning it round until it is tight, or to be fastened this way
çevirerek sıkmak, dönerek sıkmak
The lid is screwed on so tight I can't get it off. →  Opposite unscrew Tight and tighteningFastening and tying
screw up your eyes/face to move the muscles of your face so that your eyes become narrow
gözlerini kırpıştırmak, yüzünü buruşturmak
He screwed up his eyes in the bright sunlight.Grimacing and frowning
(Definition of screw verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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