"dog; blackguard, scoundrel, cur, rascal, rogue, bastard, son of a bitch/gun"
Dictionary source: Turkish English Dictionary (M. Yildiz)
Turkish to English translation of it's nice to meet you
,-ti 1. dog. 2. vulg. son of a bitch, bastard. ––i an, taþý eline al/deðneði yanýna koy. proverb If you´re going to deal with an aggressive person, you ought to be ready for a fight. ––e atsan yemez. colloq. It´s not fit even for a dog to eat. –– boku eme yaradý. vulg. He´s a shiftless bastard who won´t be any help at all. –– canlý tough and strong. ––le/köpekle dalaþmaktan çalýyý dolaþmak yeðdir. proverb It´s better to inconvenience oneself than to have a confrontation with a nasty person. –– diþi domuz derisi. colloq. Since the one is as bad as the other, let´s just let them fight it out. ––in/köpeðin duasý kabul/makbul olsa/olsaydý gökten kemik yaðar/yaðardý. proverb If scoundrels ran the world it would be uninhabitable for the rest of us. –– gibi çalýþmak to work like a dog, work hard. –– izi at izine karýþmak for a situation to be so confused that one can´t tell the good people from the worthless. ––in kýçýna/götüne sokmak /ý/ vulg. to insult (someone) by swearing crudely. –– kýrýntýsý slang son of a bitch, bastard, jerk. ––in kuyruðunda vulg. a hell of a lot of. –– oðlu (it) vulg. son of a bitch, bastard. ––e ot, ata et vermek/––in önüne ot, atýn önüne et koymak to give the wrong things to the wrong people. –– sürüsü 1. pack of dogs. 2. bunch of scoundrels. –– sürüsü kadar colloq. a whole pack (of them). –– ürür, kervan yürür. proverb Progress cannot be stopped by the criticisms of scoundrels. –– yataðý thieves´ hide-out. ––le yatan bitle kalkar. proverb A person who associates with scoundrels will acquire their habits.