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diamond
elmas

Annemin elmas yüzüğünü satmaktan başka seçeneği yoktu. - My mother had no choice but to part with her diamond ring.

Tom'un sağlam delili yoktu, fakat o, annesinin elmas yüzüğünü çalan kişinin Mary olduğunu düşünüyordu. - Tom didn't have any hard evidence, but he thought Mary was the one who stole his mother's diamond ring.

rose
{i} gül

Bahçıvan bahçenin ortasına bir gül ağacı dikti. - The gardener planted a rose tree in the middle of the garden.

Güller çiçek açmışlar. - The roses are in bloom.

diamond
pırlanta
diamond
beysbol sahasının iç meydanı
diamond
baklava
diamond
(Spor) oyun alanı
diamond
(Spor) iç alan
rose
roze

Biz bir şişe roze şarabı istiyoruz. - We'd like a bottle of rosé.

Bir şişe roze, lütfen. - A bottle of rosé, please.

diamond
(iskambil) karo
rose
f., bak. rise
diamond
baklava dilimi
diamond
iskambilde karo
rose
rose acacia gülibrişim
diamond
karo
diamond
diamond anniversary altmışıncı veya yetmiş beşinci yıldönümü
diamond
baklava şekli
diamond
beysbol oyun alanı
diamond
{i} baklava biçimi
diamond
camcı keskisi
diamond
{i} beysbol iç alan; oyun alanı
diamond
diamondback baklava şeklinde benekli sırtı olan kaplum
diamond
beysbol main
diamond
4 1/2 puntolu ufak harf
diamond
{i} isk. karo
diamond
iskambil karo
rose
{i} hortum ağzı
rose
{s} lâl
rose
Robinia hispida
rose
Felemenk elması
rose
{i} rüzgâr gülü
rose
{i} gül deseni
rose
{i} yılancık
rose
{s} pembe

Pembe güller güzeldir. - Pink roses are beautiful.

Pembe ve gül benzer renklerdir. - Pink and rose are similar colors.

rose
{i} üzgeçli ağızlık (bahçe sulama kovası)
rose
rose fever tıb
rose
{i} (Botanik) gül
rose
gülün sebep olduğu saman nezlesi
rose
{i} güzel kız
rose
rose diamond gül biçiminde kesilmiş elmas
rose
(isim) üzgeçli ağızlık (bahçe sulama kovası), gül pencere, hortum ağzı, rüzgâr gülü, gül deseni, yılancık, güzel kız, gül, gül pembesi, pembe şarap, roze şarap
rose
{i} pembe şarap
İngilizce - İngilizce
rose
Diamond
A female given name of modern usage, from the name of the gem
diamond
made of, or containing diamond, a diamond or diamonds

He gave her diamond earrings.

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of, relating to, or being a seventy-fifth anniversary

Today is their diamond wedding anniversary.

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A card of the diamonds suit

I have only one diamond in my hand.

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A very pale blue color/colour

diamond color:.

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A ring containing a diamond

What a beautiful engagement diamond.

diamond
(plural: diamonds) One of the four suits of playing cards

I have the eight of diamonds in my hand.

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{f} adorn something with diamonds
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{n} a most valuable gem, a sort of letter
Diamond
{i} family name; femail first name; male first name; Diamond Jim Brady (1856-1917), American businessman and entrepreneur and philanthropist
Diamond
April
Diamond
of modern usage, from the name of the gem
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One of the four suits of playing cards
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A gemstone made from this mineral
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a playing card in the minor suit of diamonds
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koh i noor
diamond
Mohs scale
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A diamond is a shape with four straight sides of equal length where the opposite angles are the same, but none of the angles is equal to 90°: ♦. He formed his hands into the shape of a diamond
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Resembling a diamond; made of, or abounding in, diamonds; as, a diamond chain; a diamond field
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A geometrical figure, consisting of four equal straight lines, and having two of the interior angles acute and two obtuse; a rhombus; a lozenge
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A pointed projection, like a four-sided pyramid, used for ornament in lines or groups
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made of or containing diamond, a diamond or diamonds
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A uniform traffic control symbol used on signing and pavement markings to designate the restricted usage on preferential (HOV) facilities
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Hong Tze Sterling Silver
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white, blue, green, yellow, red White diamonds are very common except good clean stones over 2 - 3 carats Advertising has overrated the value of diamonds Colored diamonds are becoming more popular, however they are rare and as such more expensive The most rare of the coloured diamonds is the ruby red diamond Cultured diamonds are now coming onto the market
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The infield; the square space, 90 feet on a side, having the bases at its angles
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The mesh opening formed by the woven wires in chain link fence fabric
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of, relating to, or being a sixtieth anniversary
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A precious stone or gem excelling in brilliancy and beautiful play of prismatic colors, and remarkable for extreme hardness
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The polyiamond made up of two triangles
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In topology maps, indicator for a link that is part of a configured linkset, associated with the closest node See topology
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Diamonds is one of the four suits of cards in a pack of playing cards. Each card in the suit is marked with one or more red symbols in the shape of a diamond. He drew the seven of diamonds. A diamond is a playing card of this suit. Mineral composed of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance known and a valuable gemstone. Diamonds are formed deep in the Earth by tremendous pressures and temperatures over long periods of time. In the crystal structure of diamond, each carbon atom is linked to four other, equidistant, carbon atoms. This tight crystal structure results in properties that are very different from those of graphite, the other common form of pure carbon. Diamonds vary from colourless to black and may be transparent, translucent, or opaque. Most gem diamonds are transparent and colourless or nearly so. Colourless or pale blue stones are most valued, but most gem diamonds are tinged with yellow. Because of their extreme hardness, diamonds have important industrial applications. Most industrial diamonds are gray or brown and are translucent or opaque. In the symbolism of gemstones, the diamond represents steadfast love and is the birthstone for April. Affair of the Diamond Necklace Cullinan diamond diamond cutting Diamond Sutra Diamond Cutter Perfection of Wisdom Sutra Hope diamond
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a crystallized variety of pure carbon which may be of a gem quality
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{s} made of diamonds, comprised of diamonds, set with diamonds; shaped like a diamond; diamond-like
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In a Window menu, a diamond means that the document has been minimized into the Dock
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A distributor who has personally sponsored six distributors who have reached the direct level
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{i} precious stone; very hard crystalline carbon highly esteemed as a gem; rhombus, shape having four equal sides; (Baseball) infield; entire playing field in Baseball; playing card suit marked by a red rhombus-shaped figure; piece of diamond stone used in a cutting tool
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One of a suit of playing cards, stamped with the figure of a diamond
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The infield of a baseball field
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the baseball playing field
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to adorn with or as if with diamonds
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A rhombus, especially when oriented so that its longer axis is vertical
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(1 ) A precious gem (Heb yahalom', in allusion to its hardness), otherwise unknown, the sixth, i e , the third in the second row, in the breastplate of the high priest, with the name of Naphtali engraven on it (Ex 28: 18; 39: 11; R V marg , "sardonyx ")
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The entire field of play used in the game
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A defensive alignment (similar to the box) often used by a team defending against a power play
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1 great truth 2 the eternity of the spirit 3 spirtual consciousness 4 hardness 5 something of great value 6 money; financial security 7 love or being loved 8 many facets of the pure soul or self 9 richness of spirituality received 10 spiritual abilities
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n [very valuable stone] intan
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A basic four-ramp interchange between a freeway and a surface street The four diagonal ramps, one in each quadrant, suggest a diamond shape See the Diamond page
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Diamonds, a form of crystalline carbon, are prized because they are exceptionally hard and durable, have high refractivity and brilliance, and because really fine diamonds are rare Today diamonds are valued based on the "4 C's" of color, cut, clarity and carat size Many diamond imitations have appeared over the years, with the most common today being the ubiquitous cubic zirconia which appears similar to a diamond to the uninitiated, but can be readily distinguished by a diamond tester which measures thermal inertia Trained individuals, despite claims of cubic zirconia manufacturers, also have little trouble distinguishing a genuine diamond when it is examined under at least 10 power magnification
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a playing card in the minor suit of diamonds a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
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The infield playing surface
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The hardest and most brilliant of all precious gems Drills are equipped with diamond tips in order to cut through hard rock
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A diamond is a hard, bright, precious stone which is clear and colourless. Diamonds are used in jewellery and for cutting very hard substances. a pair of diamond earrings
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A native crystalline carbon that is usually nearly colorless, that when transparent and free from flaws is highly valued as a precious stone
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A glimmering glass-like mineral that is an allotrope of carbon in which each atom is surrounded by four others in the form of a tetrahedron
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Something that resembles a diamond
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Drilling with a hollow bit with a diamond cutting rim to produce a cylindrical core that is used for geological study and assays Used in mine exploration
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This one is the grandfather of motorway-to-surface street interchanges, the simplest of the grade-separated junctions One slip road on, one slip road off in each direction, terminating directly onto the surface street which passes over or under using a bridge
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the area of a baseball field that is enclosed by 3 bases and home plate
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a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
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A condition in which the vehicle is hit hard in the front or the back corners, pushing the frame side rails hard enough to move the crossmembers, forming a diamond shape within the frame structure
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Matrix: A term used to describe a particular type of bit
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The smallest kind of type in English printing, except that called brilliant, which is seldom seen
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A defensive formation, used when a team is short-handed, in which the four remaining skaters form into a diamond arrangement
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a crystallized variety of pure carbon which may be of gem quality
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very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
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the hardest known natually occurring substance 10 on the Mohr's Scale of hardness
a diamond