a distaff

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rack
{f} germek
rack
{i} uçan hafif bulut
rack
{f} rafa koymak
rack
{i} gergi
rack
(Bilgisayar) mikroişlemci şasisi
rack
(Gıda) tüplük
rack
(Gıda,Teknik) ızgara
rack
mahvolmak
distaff
kadın işi
distaff
öreke
rack
asılgan
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askı
rack
işkencede kullanılan germe aleti
rack
fazla kira istemek
rack
parmaklıklı raf
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{f} kirayı artırarak eziyet etmek
rack
çatı
distaff
değnek
distaff
kadın veya kadınlar
distaff
{i} kadın
distaff
distaff side ailenin kadın kısmı
distaff
(Tekstil) öfke
rack
çubuk/bulut/raf
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çatı,v.eziyet et: n.askı
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(fiil) germek, rafa kaldırmak, uzatmak, askıya asmak, gererek işkence yapmak, işkence etmek, eziyet etmek, rafa koymak, kirayı çok artırmak, kirayı artırarak eziyet etmek, rüzgarda uçuşmak (bulut), fıçıdan çekmek (içki)
rack
{i} (otobüs, tren ve vapurda) (çubuklardan oluşan) raf; (otomobilin üstünde) portbagaj
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(Askeri) RAF, BÖLME: Özellikle ambarlama için eşya ve silahların dizilmesine yarayan bir raf veya bölme. Örneğin; silahlık (gunrack) gibi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
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distaff
a device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before being drawn off gradually to spin thread. A traditional distaff is a staff with flax fibres tied loosely to it (see Etymology), but modern distaffs are often made of cords weighted with beads, and attached to the wrist
distaff
referring to the maternal side of a family
distaff
of, relating to, or characteristic of women
distaff
the part of a spinning wheel from which fibre is drawn to be spun
distaff
{n} a staff used in spinning, a woman
distaff
the part of a spinning wheel from which thread is drawn to be spun
distaff
{i} part of a spinning wheel that holds the wool, spindle
distaff
anything traditionally done by or considered of importance to women only
distaff
characteristic of or peculiar to a woman; "female sensitiveness"; "female suffrage"
distaff
the sphere of work by women
distaff
women considered as a group
distaff
the staff on which wool or flax is wound before spinning the sphere of work by women
distaff
a spindle, the rod used for spinning and then winding natural fibres, especially wool
distaff
a stick, used in the past for spinning wool. Device used in hand spinning in which individual fibres are drawn out of a mass of prepared fibres held on a stick (the distaff), twisted together to form a continuous strand, and wound on a second stick (the spindle). It is most often used for making linen; wool does not require a distaff (see carding). The first stage in mechanizing spinning was to mount the spindle horizontally in bearings to rotate with a large hand-driven wheel; the distaff, carrying the mass of fibre, was held in the left hand, and the spinning wheel slowly turned with the right. The Saxon, or Saxony, wheel incorporated a bobbin on which the yarn was wound continuously; the distaff holding the raw fibre became a stationary vertical rod, and the wheel was activated by a foot treadle, freeing both the operator's hands. From 17th-century England, the word distaff became a synonym for maternal as most spinning was done by women in their homes. See also domestic system
distaff
Used as a symbol of the holder of a distaff; hence, a woman; women, collectively
distaff
The staff for holding a bunch of flax, tow, or wool, from which the thread is drawn in spinning by hand
distaff
the staff on which wool or flax is wound before spinning
distaff
rock
a distaff
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