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çaklamakvto suppose, conjecture, surmise, assume
çakmak1v1to sting, (snake) biteMeni ary çakdy.A wasp stung me.2to lightşänik çakmakto light a candlekükürt çakmakto light a match3whisper, rumourçawuş çakmakto quietly spread a rumour
çakmak2na flintfor making fire
çakylykça:kalykninvitation, invitation cardbiriniň çakylygy boýunçaon somebody's invitationçakylyk ýollamakto send an invitationçakylyk etmekto invite
çakyrnliquor; cognac, brandy, sherry, Madeira, fortified wineüzüm çakyrygrape brandyMost Turkmen wine is sweet and fortified like Madeira.
çakyşmakv1to collide, have an accident2to clash, have a violent encounter
çal1ça:lnfermented milkdüýe çalyfermented camel's milkusually made by fermenting milk, but can be a mixture of curds water and salt (like Turkish aýran)
çadyrça:dyrntentÇopan dag eteginde çadyr dikdi.The shepherd erected a tent on the foothills of the mountain.
çagça:gn1timeertir çagyin the morninggünorta çagyin the afternoonagşam çagyin the eveningýigitlik çagyduring [one's] youth2happy, good [mood]Işimiz şowly, keýpimiz çag.Our work is successful, and we feel happy.
çagaça:gacfbalanchild (and older baby)ýaş çagayoung childçaga dogrulýan öýmaternity homeçaga ýalylike a child, childishçagalar bagynursery school, kindergartençagalar öýnamak üçin edilen ýerchildren's playground
çagalyça:galyadjhaving a child, having childrenAdatça obada köp çagaly maşgala şäherdäkiden köpräk bolýar.There are usually a greater number of large families with many children in villages than in urban areas.
çagalykça:galyknchildhoodBu adamyň çagalygy kynçylykdan doludy.This man's childhood was full of hardships.
çagşamakçagşa:makv1break up, fall apartObanyň köne jaýlary çagşap başlady.Old houses in the village began to fall apart.2be scatteredMerdanyň goşlary otagyň ähli ýerinde çagşap ýatyrdy.Merdan's belongings were scattered all over the room.
çagylngravelÖýüň eýesi howlusynda çagyldan inçejik ýoda ýasapdyr.The house owner made a narrow path from gravel in the backyard.Bize zerur bolan gurluşyk materiallardan diňe çagyl ýetmeýärdi.Of all the building materials we required we only lacked gravel.
çagyrmakça:gyrmakv1to invite, to take (someone somewhere)myhman çagyrmakto invite guests2to call (someone)ýanyňa çagyrmakto call someone to see yougurultaý çagyrmakto invite [someone] to congressýaşlary bilime çagyrmakto invite young people to get an education
çagyrtmakça:gyrtmakvto get someone to invite somebody; arrange for someone to comeMyrady çagyrtdym.I got someone to invite Myrat.myhman çagyrtmakto arrange for guests for come (via a third party)mejlis çagyrtmakto get someone invited to parliament
çagyryşça:gyryşn1invitationçagyryş hatycall-up paper2summons, writ, convocationresmi çagyryşofficial summons
çakn1opinion, viewpointHer zadyň çaky bar.Everything has its point of view.çak bilenwith (an) opinionÇakym çykmadyMy view point didn't win out.2probablyÇaky, olar naharlanan bolmaly.They've probably eaten.3a certain timebimahal çakan unexpected timeçakdan çykmakph. v.to be too muchçakyny bilmezlikfor it to be too much
çakdanaşaçakdana:şacfçendenaşasuperltoo much, too, excessive; soçakdanaşa köp ulanmakto over-useçakdanaşa köp işlemekto work too muchMen çakdanaşa begendim.I was so excited!
çakganadjclever, crafty
çakgynpenknife, pocket knife
çaklamacfwersiýan1theory, suggestion, assumption, supposition2version
çal2ça:ladj1greyçal saçgrey hairBrit2grayçal baganagray AstrakhanAmer
çalaadv1barely, scarcelyOnuň çala jany bar.He is barely alive.2with difficultyçala ýöremekto walk with difficulty3insignificant
çalgynscytheçalgy bilen ot ýatyrmakto scythe grassçalgy daşyscythe cover