bead

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} boncuk

Kaşı terden dolayı boncuk boncuk olmuştu. - Her brow was beaded with perspiration.

{i} tane
{i} damla
(Avcılık) silahta arpacık
damak
(Arkeoloji) pervaz
çıta
tespih tanesi
ç.tespih
kolye
{i} (silahta) arpacık
{f} boncuk dizmek
{i} hava kabarcığı
draw a bead on nişan almak
{i} arpacık (silah)
Melia azedarach
{f} boncuklu kenar süsü yapmak
bead tree tespihağacı
arpacık
tell veya count ones beads tespih çekmek
{f} boncukla süslemek
dua etmek
tane coğ tespih
bead up
Damlacık halini almak
bead seat
(Otomotiv) damak oturma yeri
bead wire
(Otomotiv) damak teli
bead zone
(Otomotiv) damak bölgesi
bead plane
silme rendesi
bead seat
tırnak yuvası
bead tree
tespihağacı
bead moulding
boncuk desenli pervaz
bead toe
boncuk ayak
bead-eyed
Boncuk gözlü
bead bundle
(Otomotiv) damak teli paketi
bead heel
(Otomotiv) damak topuğu
bead molding
tespih silme
bead seat contour
(Otomotiv) damak oturma yeri şekli
bead sight
(Askeri) YUVARLAK ARPACIK: Bazı silahlarda arpacık olarak kullanılan küçük madeni yuvarlak
bead test
boncuk testi
bead toe
(Otomotiv) damak burnu
Blue bead
Mavi boncuk , nazar boncuğu
beads
boncuk
beads
kolye
glazing bead
(İnşaat) cam çıtası
single bead
(Otomotiv) tek damak telli
angle bead
köşe çubuğu
beading
köşesini kıvırma
beads
tespih
corner bead
köşe silmesi
corner bead brace
köşe matkabı
draw a bead on
göz koymak
glass bead
cam boncuk
beaded
boncuklarla süsle
beads
boncuklar
borax bead
boraks incisi
double bead
çift boncuk
draw a bead on
nisan almak
evel eye bead
(Astroloji) Nazar boncuğu

The evel eye bead can protect you from jealousity of other people.

evil eye bead
nazar boncuğu
evil eye bead
Nazarlık
eye bead
Nazar boncuğu
insulating bead
yalıtıcı boncuk
the evil eye bead
Nazar boncuğu
adhesive bead
(Otomotiv) yapıştırıcı damlası
angle bead
(Mimarlık) köşe profili
angle bead
(İnşaat) köşe metali
angle bead
(İnşaat) köşelik
angle bead
(İnşaat) köşe çıtası
beaded
{s} boncuklu
beaded
ökçeli
beading
{i} ökçe lâstik kordonu
beading
{i} boncuklu kısım
beading
boncuklarla süsle
beading
boncuklu kenar süsü
beading
işlemeli tahta
beads
{i} ipe dizilmiş boncuk
beads
(isim) tespih
coral bead
mercan boncuk
corner bead
(İnşaat) köşe koruyucu
corner bead
(İnşaat) köşe metali
corner bead
(İnşaat) köşelik
draw a bead on
(isim)şan almak, silâhını doğrultmak
draw a bead on
silâhını doğrultmak
draw a bead on
-e nişan almak
dual bead tires
(Otomotiv) çift damak telli lastik
glass bead
boncuk
pier bead
payanda dizmek
plaster bead
(İnşaat) sıva köşe koruyucusu
plaster bead
(İnşaat) köşelik
protecting corner bead
koruyucu köşe profil
ring and bead sight
(Askeri) DAİRESEL GEZ-ÇUBUK ARPACIKLI NİŞAN TERTİBATI: Arpacığı küçük bir yuvarlak veya çubuk, gezi de bir daireden oluşan nişan tertibatı. Ayrıca bakınız: "sight"
stringer bead
(Askeri) stringer boncuğu
tire bead
(Otomotiv) lastiğin janta oturma yüzeyi
tire bead seat
damağın janta oturma yüzeyi
tire bead seat
(Havacılık) damağın canta oturma yüzeyi
tyre bead
(Otomotiv) lastik kordonu
tyre bead
(Otomotiv) lastik ökçesi
tyre bead wire
oto lastiği damak teli
weave bead
(Askeri) dikiş boncuğu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A knowledge sufficient to direct one's activities to a purpose

We now have a bead on the main technical issues for the project.

To apply beads to

She spent the morning beading the gown.

To form into a bead

The raindrops beaded on the car's waxed finish.

Prayer, later especially with a rosary

That he must believe in the Pope;—go to Mass;—cross himself;—tell his beads;—be a good Catholick, and that this, in all conscience, was enough to carry him to heaven.

Each in a string of small balls making up the rosary or paternoster
A ridge, band, or molding

A rigid edge of a tire that mounts it on a wheel; tire bead.

A small round object

She drew a bead on the target and fired.

{n} a small ball or drop, a globule, a molding
A drop of sweat or other liquid
A little perforated ball, to be strung on a thread, and worn for ornament; or used in a rosary for counting prayers, as by Roman Catholics and Mohammedans, whence the phrases to tell beads, to be at one's beads, to bid beads, etc
A hoop, usually of heavy steel cable, that forms one edge of a tire Sometimes made of Kevlar ® for lightness and foldability
A small ferrite normally used as a high frequency inductor core
A narrow half-round convex molding whose surface is either flush with the adjacent surface or raised above it
To form beadlike bubbles
before the blowpipe; as, the borax bead; the iron bead, etc
A small ferrite core typically used in the construction of high frequency inductors
The section designed to secure the double glazed unit in place
A small knob of metal on a firearm, used for taking aim (whence the expression to draw a bead, for, to take aim)
A small molding of rounded surface, the section being usually an arc of a circle
{f} adorn or cover with beads; form into beads, collect in droplets
A thread crossing over at the base of the headbanding core, to create a raised, bead-like effect
Any small globular body A bubble in spirits
A bead of liquid or moisture is a small drop of it. beads of blood He wiped away the beads of sweat on his forehead. Small object, usually pierced for stringing. It may be made of virtually any material wood, shell, bone, seed, nut, metal, stone, glass, or plastic and is worn or affixed to another object for decorative or, in some cultures, magical purposes. The earliest Egyptian beads ( 4000 BC) were made of stone, feldspar, lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise, hematite, or amethyst and were variously shaped (sphere, cone, shell, animal head). By 3000-2000 BC, gold beads in tubular shapes were in use. From the Middle Ages to the 18th century, trade in beads was enormous. Today the richness of beadwork varies with fashion
A projecting narrow molding with 180-degree radius often used to outline a door or panel (Triple bead would be a "stack" of 3 beads usually routed in one piece ) A beaded appearance can also be achieved by routing a thin line with the same 180-degree radius
A strip of wood, metal or other suitable material attached to the glazing surround to retain the glass
A depressed or raised circle or ring around a container or closure
An inextensible hoop of high tensile steel wires which anchors the plies and conforms to the rim seat to hold the tire onto the wheel rim
a narrow, continuous deposit of weld metal in a single pass of fused filler metal
At the band of each sidewall nearest the rim, that element which makes contact and seals a tubeless tire with the wheel rim
A sealant or compound after application in a joint, irrespective of the method of application, such as caulking bead, glazing bead, etc Also a molding or stop used to hold glass or panels in position
A wood strip against which a swinging sash closes, as in a casement window Also, a finishing trim at the sides and top of the frame to hold the sash, as in a fixed sash or a double-hung window Also referred to as bead stop
a small ball with a hole through the middle string together like beads decorate by sewing beads onto; "bead the wedding gown"
{i} small object with a hole in the center (threaded on string to make necklaces, etc.); round drop, globular shape
A semicircular or rounded profile worked on wood; also a small molding to secure glass or panels to doors, hence glass bead
A small drop of water or other liquid
a shape that is small and round; "he studied the shapes of low-viscosity drops"; "beads of sweat on his forehead"
A stone cut in the shape of a small sphere
To ornament with beads or beading
A glassy drop of molten flux, as borax or microcosmic salt, used as a solvent and color test for several mineral earths and oxides, as of iron, manganese, etc
a small ball with a hole through the middle
string together like beads
A small round object with a hole to allow it to be threaded on a cord or wire
A prayer
meaning, to be at prayer
Beads are small pieces of coloured glass, wood, or plastic with a hole through the middle. Beads are often put together on a piece of string or wire to make jewellery. a string of beads
a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture
It may be continuous, or broken into short embossments
That part of the tire that is shaped to fit the rim Made of high tensile steel wires that are wrapped in woven fabric and then held by the plies
(beaded panel) A projecting narrow molding with 180 degree radius often used to outline a door or panel (Triple bead would be a "stack" of 3 beads usually routed in one piece ) A beaded appearance can also be achieved by routing a thin line with the same 180 degree radius
- A depressed or raised circle or ring around a container or closure
form into beads, as of water or sweat, for example
A small semi-spherical protruding feature on the surface of a cast, resulting from a bubble in the mold A bead can be removed from the cast, but its scar will hide the morphology of the original specimen at that location
a small ball with a hole through the middle string together like beads decorate by sewing beads onto; "bead the wedding gown" form into beads, as of water or sweat, for example
A small rounded (convex) profile or moulding Available in numerous variations and sizes
A small, usually round object of glass, wood, stone, or the like with a hole through it
the outward steel curl at the top perimeter of an open head drum
In glazing, an applied sealant in a joint irrespective of the method of application, such as caulking bead, glazing bead, etc Also a molding or stop used to hold glass or panels in position
A faceted glass item drilled to receive a wire, usually spherical It can sometimes be ovoid (egg shaped) or another shape
decorate by sewing beads onto; "bead the wedding gown"
bead breaker
A tool or device used to separate the bead from a tire rim

Lost in the middle of nowhere, he started to fix it by using his car-jack as a bead breaker, using the weight of the car to gently separate the bead from the rim.

bead lightning
A relatively rare form of cloud-to-ground lightning which appears to break up into a string of short, bright sections, and lasts longer than the usual discharge channel
bead-breaker
Attributive form of bead breaker, noun
bead plant
An evergreen, mat-forming plant (Nertera granadensis) chiefly of the Southern Hemisphere, grown especially as a houseplant for its abundant, long-lasting, orange drupes
bead proof
Among distillers, a certain degree of strength in alcoholic liquor, as formerly ascertained by the floating or sinking of glass globules of different specific gravities thrown into it; now ascertained by more accurate meters
bead proof
A degree of strength in alcoholic liquor as shown by beads or small bubbles remaining on its surface, or at the side of the glass, when shaken
bead test
A test to identify the metal constituents of a mineral in which a bead covered with the mineral is heated in a flame and cooled to observe its characteristic color and other properties
bead tree
type of tree in the mahogany family
bead tree
small tree of West Indies and northeastern Venezuela having large oblong slender-pointed leaflets and panicles of purple flowers; seeds are black or scarlet with black spots
anal bead
A sex toy consisting of several small balls attached together in series which are continuously inserted through the anus into the rectum and then removed with varying speeds depending on the effect desired (most typically at orgasm to enhance climax)
beading
Present participle of bead
beads
plural form of bead
beads
One or more beaded necklaces
beads
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bead
borax bead test
in qualitative inorganic analysis, a test for the presence of certain metallic elements by observing the colours given to a bead of borax in a loop of platinum wire held in the oxidizing and reducing parts of a Bunsen burner flame
draw a bead on
To aim a gun at something
take a bead on
To aim a gun at something
tire bead
the edge of a tire that sits in a groove in the rim
tyre bead
Alternative form of tire bead
draw a bead on
Aim at someone or something; understand
get a bead on
Aim at someone or something; understand
take a bead on
Aim at someone or something; understand
eye bead
The eye bead is a kind of glass art originating in Anatolia. This art has changed very little since thousands of years. The 3,000 years old antique Mediterranean glass art lives in these eye bead furnaces with its every detail
beaded
If something is beaded with a liquid, it is covered in small drops of that liquid. The man's bald head was beaded with sweat
beaded
past of bead
beaded
{s} adorned with beads; gathered in small drops (of liquid)
beaded
covered with beads or jewels or sequins
beaded
A beaded dress, cushion, or other object is decorated with beads
beaded
A decorative variation of the traditional style with a half-round molding-like effect cut into the bottom of the siding panel
beaded
covered with beads of liquid; "a face beaded with sweat"
beaded
covered with beads or jewels or sequins covered with beads of liquid; "a face beaded with sweat
beaded
(in stab or stroke culture) - separate or semi-confluent colonies along the line of inoculation
beaded
qualifies a slightly sparkling wine
beaded
This refers to any style of lace that has beads embroidered into the design Beading can be done at the time the lace is made or can be re-embroidered after the lace is made
beading
A continuous series of small dots or denticles found either around the rim of a coin or between the legend and field
beading
a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture
beading
decoration or ornamental molding resembling a string of beads or of a semicircular cross section
beading
Beading is a narrow strip of wood that is used for decorating or edging furniture and doors
beading
a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture ornamentation with beads
beading
ornamentation with beads
beading
{i} object made of or decorated with beads; pearl molding, molding shaped like a string of beads (Architecture)
beading
Beading is an arrangement of beads used for decorating clothes. a black velvet bodice with jet black beading
beading
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beading
Decorative detail resembling a row of flattened beads
beading
Molding in imitation of beads
beading
A rough method used to tell the alcholic strength of a whisky When a bottle is shaken, bubbles or beads will form The bigger they are and the longer they last, the greater the alcholic strength of the spirit
beading
a tubular kind of molding used for decorative effect around various body areas
beading
The beads or bead-forming quality of certain liquors; as, the beading of a brand of whisky
beads
{i} necklace of beads; string of beads used in prayer (esp. by Roman Catholics)
beads
third-person singular of bead
beads
Such beads refer to the use of beads on a knotted string used as a device for keeping count of prayers or the continuous repetition of biblical passages The practice of counting prayers with pebbles or beads is attested to from Early Christian times The modern Rosary, comprising 15 Our Fathers and 150 Hail Marys is a development of this tradition that gained great popularity in the 15th century The first confraternity of the rosary was founded in Cologne in 1475 St Stephen's in Norwich, mentioned by Kempe in Chapters 17 and 43, contains a brass tomb memorial of 1410 showing a woman with two small pilgrims (with staves) praying their beads at her feet [Chapter 36] [Chapter 88]
beads
plural of bead
beads
beads threaded on a string
beads
Any object with a hole in it that you can put a string or wire through Typically measured in millimeters (mm) with the size referring to the diameter of the bead The size indicates the space the bead will take up when it is strung
coral bead
{i} type of flowering plant found in Australasia and South America and the Southern Hemisphere
draw a bead on
have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal aim with a gun; "The hunter drew a bead on the rabbit
jumby bead
West Indian tree similar to Ormosia monosperma but larger and having smaller leaflets and smaller seeds
quirk bead
beading formed with a narrow groove separating it from the surface it decorates
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