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bow /baʊ/ verb
bow /baʊ/ noun
bow /bəʊ/ noun [countable]
bow /bəʊ/ verb


قسمت جلوی قایق ، کمان هدفگیری ، سینه کشتی ، خم شدن ، تعظیم کردن ، (با) down مطیع شدن ، تعظیم ، کمان ، قوس ، علوم مهندسی: دولا کردن ، عمران: قوس ، ورزش: ضربه از گوشه که به عقب دیوار کناره و بعد به دیوار کناره دیگر و بعد به دیوار مقابل بخورد ، کمان شکاری ، علوم نظامی: قوس ، علوم دریایی: سینه
bow
[verb]
Synonyms:
- bend, bob, droop, genuflect, nod, stoop
- give in, acquiesce, comply, concede, defer, kowtow, relent, submit, succumb, surrender, yield
[noun]
Synonyms:
- bending, bob, genuflexion, kowtow, nod, obeisance
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(Nautical)
[noun]
prow, beak, fore, head, stem

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bow1 /baʊ/ verb

1. [intransitive] to bend the top part of your body forward in order to show respect for someone important, or as a way of thanking an audience:
She bowed and left the stage.
Corbett entered the room, bowing respectfully.
The servant bowed low and handed his master the sealed note.
bow before/to
He bowed before the king.

2. bow your head to bend your neck so that you are looking at the ground, especially because you want to show respect for God, or because you are embarrassed or upset:
She bowed her head and prayed.
Phil stood, his head bowed in shame.

3. [intransitive and transitive] to bend your body over something, especially in order to see it more closely
bow over
Teague sat at his desk, bowed over a book.

4. [intransitive and transitive] to bend, or to make something bend:
The trees bowed in the wind.
His back was bowed under the weight of the heavy bag.

5. bow and scrape to show too much respect to someone in authority – used to show disapproval
bow down phrasal verb

1. to bend your body forward, especially when you are already kneeling, in order to show respect
bow down before/to etc
Maria bowed down before the statue.
Come, let us bow down in worship.

2. bow down to somebody literary to let someone give you orders or tell you what to do – used to show disapproval
bow out phrasal verb

1. to stop taking part in an activity, job etc, especially one that you have been doing for a long time
bow out of
Reeves thinks it is time for him to bow out of politics.

2. to not do something that you have promised or agreed to do
bow out of
You’re not trying to bow out of this, are you?
bow to somebody/something phrasal verb
to finally agree to do something, even though you do not want to do it:
Congress may bow to public pressure and lift the arms embargo.
Myers finally bowed to the inevitable (=accepted something he could not change) and withdrew from the campaign.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bow2 /baʊ/ noun

1. [countable] the act of bending the top part of your body forward to show respect for someone when you meet them, or as a way of thanking an audience
take/give a bow (=bow to the audience at the end of a performance)
The music ended and the girl took a bow.
He gave a final bow just as the curtains came down.
This is done with a formal bow to the king or queen.

2. (also bows [plural]) [countable] the front part of a ship ⇒ stern, yacht

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. bow3 /bəʊ/ noun [countable]

1. a weapon used for shooting arrows, made of a long thin piece of wood held in a curve by a tight string:
a bow and arrow

2. a knot of cloth or string, with a curved part on either side and two loose ends, worn in the hair as decoration or for tying shoelaces:
Ella wore a bow in her hair.
in a bow
long chestnut hair tied back in a bow

3. a long thin piece of wood with a tight string fastened along it, used to play musical instruments such as the violin or cello
have more than one string to your bow at string1(8)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

IV. bow4 /bəʊ/ verb
[intransitive and transitive] to play a piece of music on a musical instrument with a bow3

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

bow1
/baq/ noun
I. act of bowing
ADJ. deep, low | little, slight | formal, stiff
VERB + BOW give, make He gave a formal bow and left the room.
take (= used about a performer) The song ended and Albert took a bow. (figurative) The team's chairman takes his final bow at this match (= is retiring after this match).
PREP. ~ to He made a deep bow to the king.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bow1
II. front part of a ship
ADJ. port, starboard There's a small boat on the port bow.
VERB + BOW cross A huge whale crossed our bows.
PREP. across the ~ They fired a shot across our bows.
in the ~ We left two men in the bows to receive the cargo.
off the ~ 100 yards off our bows
on the ~ The ship's name was printed on her bow.
over the ~ There were huge waves breaking over the bows.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bow2
/baq/ verb
ADV. deeply, low He swept off his hat and bowed deeply to the Queen.
slightly | politely, respectfully | down
PREP. before The Emperor's subjects bowed down before him.
to The pianist stood up and bowed to the audience.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bow
̈ɪbau
See: take a bow

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

bow
Curved forward part of a ship.

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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