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İngilizce - Türkçe
(deyim) peşinde koşmak
(Fiili Deyim ) (ima ile) bir şey istemek
ima ile istemek
angle
açı

Bu iki çizgi birbirini dik açıyla kesmektedir. - These two lines cut across each other at right angles.

Çatı keskin bir açıyla eğimlidir. - The roof declines at a sharp angle.

angle
köşeli
angle
(Mekanik) korniye
angle
vecih
angle
(Sinema) kamera açısı
angle
(Tıp) angulus
angle
(Geometri) bir cisme ait köşe
angle
(Mekanik) köşebent demiri
angle
açı vermek
angle
(Sinema) alıcı açısı
angle
balık tutmak
angle
çıkıntılı bir köşe
angle
köşebent
angle
cihet
angle
{f} açı ver
angle
bucak
angle
açı yapmak
angle
açı oluşturmak
angle
bakış açısı
angle
(Tarih) Anglus
angle
acı
angle
açıyla
Angle
{i} köşe

Bir karenin dört tane köşesi vardır. - A square has four angles.

Üçgenlerin dört köşesi yoktur. - Triangles don't have four angles.

Angle
{i} dirsek
Angle
{i} yol
Angle
{i} tarz
Angle
{i} olta
Angle
{i} görüş açısı
angle
{i} (Geometri) açı
angle
angler olta ile balık tutan kimse
angle
{f} çarpıtmak
angle
angle başka açıdan göster
angle
Lophius piscatorius
angle
fenerbalığı
angle
{f} kıvırmak
angle
{i} k.dili. bakış açısı, görüş açısı
angle
açı,v.açı ver: n.açı
angle
{f} köşe yapmak
angle
(Mimarlık) köşe, dönüş köşe pahı, köşe çalığı açı
angle
{f} oltayla balık avlamak
angle
angle
{i} (bir cisme ait) köşe
angle
{f} olta ile balık tutmak
angle
{f} for (bir şeyi) kurnazlıkla elde etmeye çalışmak
angle
başka balıkları yutan büyük ağızlı ve boynuzlu bir çeşit balık
angle
{f} saptırmak
angle
korniyer
İngilizce - İngilizce
To try to obtain something by subtle indirect means: political manoeuvres, suggestion, etc
go for; ask for; try to get
Angle
A member of an ancient Germanic tribe, one of several which invaded Britain and merged to become the Anglo-Saxons
angle
To change direction rapidly

The five ball angled off the nine ball but failed to reach the pocket.

angle
(with for) To attempt to subtly persuade someone to offer a desired thing

He must be angling for a pay rise.

angle
A viewpoint

Look at it from this angle.

angle
To present or argue something in a particular way or from a particular viewpoint

How do you want to angle this when we talk to the client?.

angle
A change in direction

The horse took off at an angle.

angle
The focus of a news story
angle
A figure formed by two rays which start from a common point (a plane angle) or by three planes that intersect (a solid angle)

the angle between lines A and B.

angle
To leave the cue ball in the jaws of a pocket such that the surround of the pocket (the "angle") blocks the path from cue ball to object ball
angle
The measure of such a figure. In the case of a plane angle, this is the ratio (or proportional to the ratio) of the arc length to the radius of a section of a circle cut by the two rays, centered at their common point. In the case of a solid angle, this is the ratio of the surface area to the square of the radius of the section of a sphere

The angle between lines A and B is π/4 radians, or 45 degrees.

angle
{n} a corner, a point where two lines meed
angle
{v} to render English
Angle
{i} Germanic tribe that resettled in England and formed the Anglo-Saxons together with the Jutes and the Saxons
angle
Usually refers to the line a player is throwing; see also "entry angle" The direction at which the ball is traveling when it enters the pocket
angle
The angle formed by the adjacent flanks of two bastions or by a flank and a curtain
angle
A figure formed by two rays or two line segments with a common endpoint (vertex)
angle
To place (something) at an angle
angle
A storyline between two wrestlers, providing the background for and approach to a feud
angle
shape from the intersection of two lines -- " they intersect to form a third angle " (248)
angle
to incline or bend from a vertical position; "She leaned over the banister"
angle
refers to the camera's angle of view relative to the subject being filmed For example, a high-angle shot is one filmed from above whereas a low-angle shot is one filmed from below See also wide-angle
angle
The space (measured in degrees) between two lines that start from the same point
angle
The contact angle in degrees between the rolling elements and the race
angle
A scheme; a means of benefitting from a situation, usually hidden, possibly illegal
angle
n The space in between two surfaces or lines that meet each other Angles are measured in degrees
angle
To try to gain by some insinuating artifice; to allure
angle
A fishhook; tackle for catching fish, consisting of a line, hook, and bait, with or without a rod
angle
You can refer to a way of presenting something or thinking about it as a particular angle. He was considering the idea from all angles
angle
The direction at which the ball is traveling when it enters the pocket
angle
n A length of steel with a 90 degree angle in it used as a piton or stake in the ground
angle
The difference of direction of two lines
angle
The figure made by
angle
Any of the four cardinal points are called Angles The Eastern Angle is also known as the Ascendant, the Western Angle the Descendant, the Southern Angle is the Medium Coeli (MC) and the Northern Angle is the Imum Coeli (IC)
angle
move or proceed at an angle; "he angled his way into the room"
angle
the direction from which the artist photographs the subject
angle
present with a bias; "He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
angle
a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Saxons and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons
angle
Camera angle In panel description, you might write "Angle on Jim", which just means that Jim is in the panel There are lots of different (and more specific) camera angles The ones covered in this glossary include High Angle, Low Angle, Two-shot, Establishing Shot, Long Shot, Medium Shot, Close-up, Extreme Close-up, Bird's Eye View, Worm's Eye View, Point of View, Over-the-Shoulder Shot, and Reverse Angle
angle
A figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint The two rays are called the sides of the angle Their common endpoint is the vertex
angle
Unless all elements of an electronic image are rotated at a proper angle in relation to the standard 90-degree X and Y-axis, an undesirable moiré pattern can be produced In four-color process printing, the standard screen angles for the four separations are: black, 45 degree; magenta, 75 degree; yellow, 90 degree; and cyan, 105 degree
angle
Two rays that share a common endpoint, provided that the two rays do not lie on the same line The common endpoint of the two rays that make an angle is the vertex of the angle The two rays are called the sides of the angle (Lesson 2 1)
angle
A name given to four of the twelve astrological "houses
angle
Any shot which hits a sidewall before hitting the front wall
angle
An angle is the direction from which you look at something. Thanks to the angle at which he stood, he could just see the sunset
angle
fish with a hook
angle
seek indirectly; "fish for compliments"
angle
a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Saxons and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians fish with a hook move or proceed at an angle; "he angled his way into the room
angle
{i} space between two or more lines which are joined at a common point; point of view
angle
This refers to the position of the camera on the vertical axis with respect to the object of the shot While "invisible" camerawork favors shooting its objects straight-on, filmmakers do have other choices A high-angle shot (the camera positioned above the object) can emphasize a character's insignificance or their lack of power over the situation in which they find themself The converse is true for a low-angle shot (A bird’s-eye-view shot is one from directly above, a worm’s-eye-view from directly below )
angle
To use some bait or artifice; to intrigue; to scheme; as, to angle for praise
angle
An angle is formed when 2 lines meet or cross each other: Angles are measured in degrees The angle shown above is approximately 40 degrees A right angle: is 90 degrees If you want to learn more about angles, see the angle notes
angle
An angle is the shape that is created where two lines or surfaces join together. the angle of the blade
angle
A corner where two walls intersect
angle
If something is at an angle, it is leaning in a particular direction so that it is not straight, horizontal, or vertical. An iron bar stuck out at an angle. Any member of a Germanic people who, with the Jutes and Saxons, invaded England in the 5th century AD. According to Bede, their homeland was Angulus, traditionally identified as the Angeln district in Schleswig. They abandoned this area when they invaded Britain, where they settled in the kingdoms of Mercia, Northumbria, East Anglia, and Middle Anglia. Their language was known, even then, as Englisc, and they gave their name to England. In geometry, a pair of rays (see line) sharing a common endpoint (the vertex). An angle may be thought of as the rotation of a single ray from an initial to a terminal position. Clockwise rotation is considered negative and counterclockwise rotation positive. Either may be measured in degrees (one full rotation = 360°) or radians (one full rotation = 2 rad). A 90° angle is called a right angle. Any angle less than 90° is an acute angle. Any angle more than 90° but less than 180° is an obtuse angle
angle
The lower back corner of the lower jaw
angle
A projecting or sharp corner; an angular fragment
angle
To try to catch fish with a hook and line
angle
The direction the ball travels when going into the 1-3 pocket (1-2 for lefties) Recent studies [see reference at end] have shown an optimum angle of 4-6 degrees; less or more angle tends to leave pins as the width of the pocket decreases
angle
The inclosed space near the point where two lines meet; a corner; a nook
angle
If someone is angling for something, they are trying to get it without asking for it directly. It sounds as if he's just angling for sympathy
angle
the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
angle
" A fishhook; tackle for catching fish, consisting of a line, hook, and bait, with or without a rod
angle
The focus of a news story, either in print or broadcasting
angle
An angle is any technically legal but ethically dubious way to increase your expectation at a game Depending on who you ask, a particular weapon in your arsenal may be a sleazy underhanded trick (a typical angle) or a vital strategic tool that no player should be without An example might be pretending to be about to fold (or even folding out of turn and then retrieving your cards, if the rules allow it), in order to encourage a call (when you are about to raise) A player who regularly takes advantage of angles is said to be an angle shooter
angle
To fish with an angle (fishhook), or with hook and line
angle
An angle is the difference in direction between two lines or surfaces. Angles are measured in degrees. The boat is now leaning at a 30 degree angle. see also right angle
angle
The angle of the major axis of a source (degrees)
angle
a biased way of looking at or presenting something
angle
{f} bend in an angle; set at an angle; turn sharply in a different direction; move in angles; present from a prejudiced point of view; fish with hook and line
angle
formed from two rays beginning at a common endpoint There are 3 types of angles: acute - all angles less than 90 degrees right - one angle equal to 90 degrees obtuse - one angle greater than 90 degrees
angle
two lines which meet
angle
In the lines meet, the point of meeting is the vertex of the angle
angle
Noun (Plural: Angles) Member of the Germanic race that invaded England with the Saxons, and held power there for much of the first millennium There name gave rise to the terms English (Anglish) and England (Angleland) Upon seeing "Anglish" prisoners in Rome, Pope Gregory I sent missionaries to convert "Angland" to Christianity
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