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فِي ٱللُّغَةِ ٱلْإِنْجْلِيزِيَّةِ:[عدل]


Etymology 1[عدل]

See link


  1. صِيغَةُ جَمْعٍ مُفْرَدُهَا link


  1. صِيْغَةُ المُضَارِعِ البَسِيْطِ المُفْرَدِ الغَائِبِ للفِعْل link.

Etymology 2[عدل]

From [[link#قالب:lang:sco|link]]  (sandy, rolling ground near seashore), from [[hlinc#قالب:lang:ang|hlinc]]  (rising ground)


links (الجمع links)

  1. A golf course, especially one situated on dunes by the sea.
    • 1894, "The Golfer in Search of a Climate", in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, page 570
      but what worthy golf links is not intolerably hard of access ?
    • 1919, Harold H. Hilton, "Golf Courses at Home and Abroad", in The Windsor Magazine, no. 296, p. 173.
      The royal and ancient game of golf may now claim to be the universal game of the world, as in every part of the habitable globe links are to be found.
    • 1920, Walter Hines Page, The World's Work, page 393
      All over the country, links are scattered — club links, public links, and private links - and every year the number grows.
    • 1967, Litellus Russell Muirhead, Scotland, page 278
      The links are the property of the town, the Courses being under the management of a joint committee representing the R. & A. Golf Club and the City.
    • 2002, Forrest L. Richardson, Routing the Golf Course: The Art & Science That Forms the Golf Journey, page 95
      A true links is built on linksland [....]
    • 2003, Lorne Rubenstein, A Season in Dornoch: Golf and Life in the Scottish Highlands, page 168
      A links is best when it's really firm and when the wind is really up.




قالب:infl (قالب:compar meer links, قالب:superl meest links)

  1. left
  2. to the left


Derived terms[عدل]


فِي ٱللُّغَةِ ٱلْأَلْمَانِيَّةِ:[عدل]



  1. on the left
    Siehst du das Auto links? — Do you see the car on the left?
  2. to the left
    An der nächsten Ampel links abbiegen — Turn left at the next light.
    Wir gehen nach links — We’re going to the left.



  1. dunes, especially sandy dunes.