alps

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} Alpler

Hannibal'in Alpleri tam olarak nereden geçtiğini biliyor musun? - Do you know where exactly Hannibal crossed the Alps?

Alpler Avrupa'nın merkezindedir. - The Alps are in the center of Europe.

{i} Alp dağları

İsviçre'ye gelen ziyaretçiler Alp dağlarına hayran kalırlar. - Visitors to Switzerland admire the Alps.

Alp dağlar

İsviçre'ye gelen ziyaretçiler Alp dağlarına hayran kalırlar. - Visitors to Switzerland admire the Alps.

like the alps; lofty
alps gibi; yüce
ALP
(Askeri) Müttefik Lojistik Yayınları (Allied Logistic Publication)
alp
{i} yüksek dağ

Mont Blanc Alpler'de en yüksek dağdır. - The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps.

alp
yüksek da

Mont Blanc Alpler'de en yüksek dağdır. - The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps.

alp
{i} alp
the Alps
Alpler
Türkçe - Türkçe

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alp
Yiğit, kahraman
alp
Pazu kuvveti
alp
Süngü
alp
Yiğit, cesur
İngilizce - İngilizce
A mountain range in Western Europe, running from France to Austria, with its highest peak Mont Blanc at 4808 meters
{i} mountain range in southern Europe stretching from southern Germany through Austria and Switzerland down to Italy and southern France
A mountain system of south-central Europe, about 805 km (500 mi) long and 161 km (100 mi) wide, curving in an arc from the Riviera on the Mediterranean Sea through northern Italy and southeast France, Switzerland, southern Germany, and Austria and into the northwest part of the Balkan Peninsula. The highest peak is Mont Blanc, 4,810.2 m (15,771 ft), on the French-Italian border. a range of mountains which go through France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Austria. Many people visit the Alps to ski. Mountain system, south-central Europe. The Alps extend in a crescent about 750 mi (1,200 km) from the Mediterranean coast between France and Italy to Vienna and cover more than 80,000 sq mi (207,000 sq km). Several peaks rise above 10,000 ft (3,000 m); the highest is Mont Blanc. The Alps form a divide between the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Black Sea and give rise to several major European rivers, including the Rhône, Danube, and Po. Glaciers cover about 1,500 sq mi (3,900 sq km), mostly at elevations above 10,000 ft (3,000 m). The Saint Gotthard Pass is one of the Alps's notable tunnels. Grenoble, Innsbruck, and Bolzano are major Alpine cities. Australian Alps Bernese Alps Julian Alps Lepontine Alps Rhaetian Alps Southern Alps
a large mountain system in south-central Europe; scenic beauty and winter sports make them a popular tourist attraction
plural of alp
ALP
Australian Labor Party
Maritime Alps
A part of the Alps between France and Italy
alp
Specifically, in the plural, the highest chain of mountains in Europe, containing the lofty mountains of Switzerland, etc
Alp
A European skier's shout for assistance
Alp
Articulated Loading Platform
Alp
airport layout plan
Alp
Alkaline phosphatase
Alp
Australian Labour Party
Alp
Army Long-Range Plan
Alp
Annual Leave Payoff Earnings type used when paying the first 240 hours of terminal annual leave for classified staff These earnings are subject to PERS deductions
Alp
any high mountain
Alp
The Adrian renegade, a Venetian by extraction, who forswore the Christian faith to become a commander in the Turkish army He led the host to the siege of Corinth, while that country was under the dominion of the Doge He loved Francesca, daughter of Minotti, governor of Corinth, but she died of a broken heart because he deserted his country and was an apostate The renegade was shot in the siege - Byron: Siege of Corinth
Alp
Allied Logistic Publication
Alp
a gentle slope above the steep sides of a glaciated valley
Australian Alps
A chain of mountain ranges of southeast Australia in the southern part of the Great Dividing Range. Mount Kosciusko, rising to 2,231.4 m (7,316 ft), is the highest elevation and the tallest peak in Australia. Mountain range, southeastern Australia. The mountains form the southern end of the Great Dividing Range and the watershed between the headstreams of the Murrumbidgee River and the rivers flowing south to the Pacific Ocean. The highest peak is Mount Kosciusko. The valleys of the Australian Alps have been used for grazing, while the highlands have seen scattered mining ventures
Bavarian Alps
A range of the Alps between southern Bavaria in Germany and the Tyrol in western Austria. It rises to 2,964.9 m (9,721 ft) at Zugspitze on the southern border of Germany
Bernese Alps
German Berner Oberland Segment of the Alps, Switzerland. It lies north of the Rhône River and south of Brienzer and Thuner lakes and extends east from Martigny-Ville to Grimsel Pass and the valley of the upper Aare River. Many peaks, including the Finsteraarhorn, Jungfrau, and Aletschhorn, rise more than 12,000 ft (3,660 m). The Bernese Alps are crossed by the Lötschen, Gemmi, and Pillon passes and the Lötschberg railway tunnel. Many resorts, including Interlaken, Grindelwald, and Gstaad, dot the area
Julian Alps
A range of the eastern Alps in Slovenia and northeast Italy. The heavily forested range rises to 2,864 m (9,390 ft). Range of the eastern Alps. It extends southeast from the Carnic Alps in northeastern Italy to the city of Ljubljana, Slvn. The highest peak is Triglav (9,396 ft [2,864 m]), also the highest point in Slovenia
Lepontine Alps
Segment of the central Alps along the Italian-Swiss border. It is bordered by the Pennine Alps in the west and southwest and the Italian lake district in the south; its highest peak, Mount Leone, rises to 11,657 ft (3,553 m) and lies at its western end. Important passes include Simplon, Saint Gotthard, Lukmanier, and San Bernardino
Rhaetian Alps
A range of the central Alps primarily in eastern Switzerland and along the Italian and Austrian borders. It rises to Piz Bernina, 4,051.6 m (13,284 ft) high, in the Bernina section of the range on the Italian border. Segment of the central Alps located mainly in Switzerland but also extending along the Italian-Swiss and Austrian-Swiss borders. Bernina Peak, on the Italian border, is the highest point, at elevation 13,284 ft (4,049 m). In the eastern section is the Swiss National Park, founded in 1914, with an area of 65 sq mi (169 sq km); it is known for its rugged Alpine scenery and its wildlife
Savoy Alps
A range of the western Alps in southeast France rising to 4,810.2 m (15,771 ft) at Mont Blanc, the highest elevation in Europe
Southern Alps
A mountain range of South Island, New Zealand, paralleling the western coast and rising to 3,766.4 m (12,349 ft). the Southern Alps mountain ranges on the South Island of New Zealand. Their highest point is Mount Cook, which is the highest point in New Zealand. Mountain range, South Island, New Zealand. It extends almost the entire length of the island, and it is the highest range in Australasia. It has elevations from 3,000 ft (900 m) to over 10,000 ft (3,050 m), culminating in Mount Cook at 12,349 ft (3,764 m) high. Glaciers descend from the permanently snow-clad top of the range. The range divides the island climatically: the forested western slopes and narrow coastal plain are much wetter than the eastern slopes and wide Canterbury Plains
Transylvanian Alps
A range of the southern Carpathian Mountains extending across central Romania and rising to 2,544.6 m (8,343 ft)
alp
A very high mountain
alp
A bullfinch
alp
{i} high mountain
alp
A very high mountain. Specifically, one of the Alps, the highest chain of mountains in Europe
alp
Fig
alp
Something lofty, or massive, or very hard to be surmounted
australian alps
a range of mountains in Australia that forms the southern end of the Great Dividing Range
dolomite alps
an eastern range of the Alps in northeastern Italy famous for their dolomitic limestone
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alps teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

alp
alp; hero
Alp
Alp; Alpine
alp
brave, heroic
alp
{i} hero
alp
{i} alp
alps

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    älps

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    /ˈalps/ /ˈælps/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'alp ] (noun.) 15th century. Ultimately from Latin Alpes.

    Videolar

    ... We've taken it on trains up the Swiss Alps. ...

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