botqoq, loy, balchiq, erigan qor
- botqoqsuvli ko'rib
Noun(1) partially melted snow
Verb(1) make a splashing sound(2) spill or splash copiously or clumsily
(1) What would have been a truly fantastic course, full of switch backs, and single track climbs, became much more of a mud slush ├ö├ç┬¬ but still a lot of fun.(2) And he is more than matched by Williams's calculated turn as the cold-hearted killer, in a role which marks a welcome break away from the sentimental slush of recent projects.(3) Three hundred and sixty-five days, come rain or shine, through muck and slush , I never missed a day, sir.(4) Mud, debris and knee-high slush from landslides blocked roads, cutting off many remote villages.(5) The hems of the dress that I wore dragged along the slush of mud on the ground and my sleeves snagged against the branches that had been stripped of its leaves.(6) Without a floor mat, snow and slush can soak into your carpet, through the carpet padding, and you will hardly notice that it already caused your floor pans to get rusty.(7) Soth shivered at the cold mixture of mud and slush and jumped up on the bench.(8) Use caution in taxiing retractable-gear aircraft through slush or mud.(9) That afternoon the sidewalks were awash with slush and half-melted snow.(10) The best of the slush is undoubtedly both lyrically rueful and melodically engaging.(11) It was still raining: potholes, felled trees, mud, slush and scattered rocks made it difficult to negotiate the highway.(12) It comprised long, daily walks through snow and slush to the county Library, where I worked on a manuscript to keep my mind occupied.(13) ├ö├ç├┐There are no pavements on Gordon Street, so students and employees of the law school would have no choice but to walk on the slush and mud,├ö├ç├û she said.(14) The machine took the biggest power you could find - requiring two firemen if it was a hand-bomber - not only to push the apparatus but to steam the snow into slush .(15) He stood up too and they walked out, their boots crunching though the thin layer of slush and snow covering the ground.(16) Light snow, much slush ; the windshield is opaque in seconds.
(1) slush fund :: botqoq jamg'armasi
1. melting snow ::
2. wet snow ::
3. mush ::
4. sludge ::
5. slosh ::
6. slosh around ::
Different Formsslush, slushy
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