Meaning: tr
Taşımak(hava, su vb), sürüklemek
A warm, lazy breeze wafts across the flat, endless fields.
The smoke rose from the campfire and wafted silently through the pine trees.
Near yonder narrow road stands an old knight's castle; thick ivy creeps over the old ruined walls, leaf over leaf, even to the balcony, in which stands a beautiful maiden. She bends over the balustrades, and looks up the road. No rose on its stem is fresher than she; no apple-blossom, wafted by the wind, floats more lightly than she moves. Her rich silk rustles as she bends over and exclaims, 'Will he not come?'
The aroma of coffee wafted in from the kitchen alluringly.
A pungent, salty odor wafted from the kitchen.
Added on 2018-07-10 | by redPen | View: 34
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