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Turkish - English

Definition of kordon in Turkish English dictionary

  1. lace isim
  2. waterfront Askeri
  3. aiguillette Askeri
  4. strand
  5. ribbon
  6. promenade
  7. flexible cord İnşaat
  8. reglet Mimarlık
  9. drawcord Tekstil
  10. molding İnşaat
  11. thread
  12. pull cord
  13. piping
  14. stringcourse İnşaat
  15. loop Fizik
  16. flex
  17. cable
  18. esplanade
  19. cordon
  20. braid
  21. lanyard
  22. string
  23. cord isim
  24. cord, rope; pull
  25. cord, cordon, braid; shoulder knot
  26. (electric) cord (of an appliance)
  27. cordon (of troops or police)
  28. arch. stringcourse
  29. cord; cordon
  30. funicle isim
  31. funiculus
English - English

Definition of kordon in English English dictionary

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  1. Alternative spelling of aiglet. (A metal tip, on a ribbon or cord that facilitated lacing two parts of a garment together.) : aiguillette
  2. Long, thin slices of poultry breast or some other meats or fish : Aiguillette
  3. aglet; specifically, a shoulder cord worn by designated military aides : Aiguillette
  4. ornamental tags cords or loops worn on the shoulder of a military uniform isim : aiguillette
  5. alternative spelling of aiglet, A metal tip, on a ribbon or cord that facilitated lacing two parts of a garment together : aiguillette
  6. One of the ornamental tags, cords, or loops on some military and naval uniforms : aiguillette
  7. A point or tag at the end of a fringe or lace; an aglet : aiguillette
  8. make by braiding or interlacing; "lace a tablecloth" : lace
  9. spin or twist together so as to form a cord; "intertwine the ribbons"; "Twine the threads into a rope" : lace
  10. do lacework; "The Flemish women were lacing in front of the cathedral" : lace
  11. a delicate decorative fabric woven in an open web of symmetrical patterns : lace
  12. add alcohol beverages : lace
  13. draw through eyes or holes; "lace the shoelaces" : lace
  14. Lace is a very delicate cloth which is made with a lot of holes in it. It is made by twisting together very fine threads of cotton to form patterns. a plain white lace bedspread : lace
  15. ornamental fabric made of interwoven threads, lacework; shoestring; cord or braid which is used to decorate uniforms or other garments; small amount of alcohol added to food or drink isim : lace
  16. tie, fasten; intertwine; be tied, be intertwined; pass through a hole, thread; adorn with lace; add a small amount of liquor to (drink, food, etc.); abuse or attack verbally or physically (Slang) fiil : lace
  17. Laces are thin pieces of material that are put through special holes in some types of clothing, especially shoes. The laces are tied together in order to tighten the clothing. Barry was sitting on the bed, tying the laces of an old pair of running shoes : lace
  18. If you lace something such as a pair of shoes, you tighten the shoes by pulling the laces through the holes, and usually tying them together. I have a good pair of skates, but no matter how tightly I lace them, my ankles wobble. = tie Lace up means the same as lace. He sat on the steps, and laced up his boots Nancy was lacing her shoe up when the doorbell rang : lace
  19. To lace food or drink with a substance such as alcohol or a drug means to put a small amount of the substance into the food or drink. She laced his food with sleeping pills. Ornamental openwork fabric formed by the looping, interlacing, braiding, or twisting of threads, originally primarily of linen. Almost all high-quality artistic lace is made by one of two techniques: needle lace involves a difficult technique that originated in Italy; bobbin lace is a more widespread craft that originated in Flanders. The art of lace is a European achievement. Fully developed lace did not appear before the Renaissance. By 1600 lace had become a fabric of luxury and an important article of commerce. The Industrial Revolution in the 19th century led to the use of machines to produce less-expensive lace made of cotton, and lace gradually disappeared from both men's and women's fashions. By 1920 the industry was dying. Fine handmade lace is still made in Belgium, Slovenia, and elsewhere, but chiefly as souvenirs : lace
  20. a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks in order to draw together two edges (as of a shoe or garment) : lace
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of kordon in Turkish Turkish dictionary

  1. İnce tellerden örülen ve özellikle ev araçlarında kullanılan elektrik iletkeni
  2. İnce uzun sıralar durumunda yapılmış oymalı duvar veya mobilya süsü
  3. ipekten yapılmış kalın örme ip
  4. Saat veya madalyon gibi şeyleri asmaya yarayan çoğunlukla ince zincir
  5. Kabaran denizin kumsalda bıraktığı döküntü katmanı
  6. Saat veya madalyon gibi şeyleri asmaya yarayan çoğunlukla ince zincir: "Bize defineden pay çıkaracak derken bütün urbamızı, saat kordonumuzu, para cüzdanımızı, yeni potinlerimizi üste verdik."- H. R. Gürpınar. İnce tellerden örülen ve özellikle ev araçlarında kullanılan elektrik iletkeni. İnce uzun sıralar durumunda yapılmış oymalı duvar veya mobilya süsü
  7. Teneke ve çinkodan yapılan eşyaların üstüne süs yapmak için kullanılan araç
  8. Bir yere girip çıkmayı denetim altına almak için görevlilerden oluşturulan dizi
  9. Çoğu ipekten yapılmış kalın ip
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