benching

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الإنجليزية - التركية
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bench
(Spor) Yedek kulübesi

Tom takımda olsa bile, o sadece yedek kulübesinde bekler. - Even though Tom is on the team, he's just a bench warmer.

bench
tezgâh

Kedi tezgah altına saklandı. - The cat has hidden under the bench.

Tezgaha yaklaşabilir miyim? - May I approach the bench?

bench
bank

En yakın bank nerede? - Where is the nearest bench?

Ağacın altında bir bank var. - There is a bench under the tree.

bench
tezgah

Kedi tezgah altına saklandı. - The cat has hidden under the bench.

Tezgaha yaklaşabilir miyim? - May I approach the bench?

bench
{i} sıra

Tom oturma sırasında Mary'ye bitişik bir koltuk aldı. - Tom took a seat next to Mary on the bench.

Sırada oturan oğlan Tom'dur. - The boy sitting on the bench is Tom.

bench
hakim kürsüsü
bench
{i} kürsü
bench
(Kanun) mahkeme
bench
(Spor) yedekler
bench
sıra oturma sırası
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(Kanun) hakimler heyeti
bench
takım tezgahı
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(Kanun) yargıçlar
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(Jeoloji) basamak
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oturma sırası

Tom oturma sırasında Mary'ye bitişik bir koltuk aldı. - Tom took a seat next to Mary on the bench.

bench
yargıç
bench
yargıç kürsüsü
bench
benç
bench
yargıçlar kurulu
bench
tezgahı
bench
baro
bench
yargıçlık
bench
oyundan çıkartmak
bench
yargıçlar heyeti
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üzerinde hayvanların teşhir edildiği platform
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spor oyun harici etmek
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sıralar koymak sıralarla donatmak
bench
yargıçlık mevkii ve rütbesi
bench
sıraya oturtmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Present participle of bench
An instance of a person being removed temporarily from an active role in a group or team activity
Terracing on a slope
A method of working small quarries or opencast pits in steps or benches
(Benching system): means a method of protecting employees from cave-ins by excavating the sides of an excavation to form one or a series of horizontal levels or steps, usually with vertical or near-vertical surfaces between levels
Custom made shelves for inside of greenhouse, used in portable and regular structures
installing fill materials in lifts
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To sideline; to remove a player from play

They benched him for the rest of the game because they thought he was injured.

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The people who decide on the verdict; the judiciary

They are awaiting a decision on the motion from the bench.

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The place where players sit when not playing

He spent the first three games on the bench, watching.

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To remove someone from a position of responsibility temporarily
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A bracket used to mount land surveying equipment onto a stone or a wall

After removing the bench, we can use the mark left on the wall as a reference point.

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The number of players on a team able to participate, expressed in terms of length

Injuries have shortened the bench.

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A horizontal padded surface, usually with a weight rack, used for support during exercise
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To push the victim back on the person behind them who is on their hands and knees and end up falling over
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Alternative spelling of bentsh
bench
The weight one is able to bench press, especially the maximum weight capable of being pressed

He became frustrated when his bench increased by only 10 pounds despite a month of training.

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To lift by bench pressing

For the first several years of my exclusive career in powerlifting, I couldn't bench too well.

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(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) Interchange (or, colloquially, the bench or interchange bench) is a team position in Australian rules football, consisting of players who are part of the selected team but are not currently on the field of play
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{v} to furnish with benches, fix on seats
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{n} a feat to fit on, a judge's feat, justices fitting
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The place where the judges sit
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The seat occupied by the judge More broadly, the court itself
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In parliament, different groups sit on different benches. For example, the government sits on the government benches. the opposition benches. see also backbench, backbencher, backbenches, front bench
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Reserves
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The place where the judge sits in the courtroom; it also sometimes refers to the judge, as in a "bench trial" which is a trial by the judge without a jury
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A conformation like a bench; a long stretch of flat ground, or a kind of natural terrace, near a lake or river
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The place where players of a sport sit when not playing
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In law, the people who decide on the verdict; the judiciary
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A horizontal shelf along the wall of a lava tunnel, generally close to floor level It is formed at the edge of a lava flow level, by cooling and solidification of the edge followed by a lowering of the level Some 'benches' form differently by the rolling down of a long flap of wall lining Gradations can occur, eg where a thin bench breaks free and starts to roll downwards
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A team's substitutes, as in, "The Lakers have a very strong bench "
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To place on a bench or seat of honor
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a strong worktable for a carpenter or mechanic
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A small terrace or step like ledge breaking the continuity of a slope
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A collection or group of dogs exhibited to the public; so named because the animals are usually placed on benches or raised platforms
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a long seat for more than one person the reserve players on a team; "our team has a strong bench" the magistrate or judge or judges sitting in court in judicial capacity to compose the court collectively exhibit on a bench; "bench the poodles at the dog show" take out of a game; of players
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The surface of an excavated area at some point between the material being mined and the original surface of the ground on which equipment can sit, move, or operate A working road or base which is below a highwall as found in contour stripping for coal
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See King's Bench
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{i} long seat; pulpit of a judge; work table
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a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below)
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A laboratory work area at standing- or sitting-height
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The persons who sit as judges; the court; as, the opinion of the full bench
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exhibit on a bench; "bench the poodles at the dog show"
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A place where assembly or hand work is performed; a workbench
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To furnish with benches
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a long seat for more than one person
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Judges or Magistrates
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A bench is a long, narrow table in a factory or laboratory. the laboratory bench
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Five positions in the Pokémon TCG layout analogous to the bench in sports All Pokémon in play that are not the Active Pokémon are on the bench To bench a Pokémon is to remove it from the Active position and put it on the bench Each player is allowed to have up to 5 Pokémon on the bench at any time
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{f} furnish with benches; sit in judgment; exhibit dogs at an exhibition; remove from a game (Sports)
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persons who administer justice
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Flat tracts of land, or terraces, formed by wave action on the shoreline of Lake Bonneville or the Great Salt Lake when the lake level remain constant for a period of time
bench
a long seat for more than one person the reserve players on a team; "our team has a strong bench"
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n a strip of relatively level earth or rock, raised and narrow
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A bench is a long seat of wood or metal that two or more people can sit on. He sat down on a park bench
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A Bench is comprised of the preparation and the instruments through which the user interacts with the preparation Each Bench is associated with a particular Macintosh file, and may opened/launched, renamed, copied, modified, and saved just like any other Macintosh document file
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A long, narrow, relatively level terrace or platform breaking the continuity of a slope The term sometimes denotes a form cut in solid rock, as distinguished from one in unconsolidated material (Bates & Jackson 1984)
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term used to refer to judges or the court - example: "Please approach the bench" refers to approaching the judge
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The working area of the glassblower or lampworker
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the reserve players on a team; "our team has a strong bench"
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take out of a game; of players
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a step of level earth or rock that is cut into a sloper to break a steady incline
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The seat where judges sit in court
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A heavy metal platform used to restore a vehicle's structural geometry to factory specifications This is done by securing a portion of the vehicle to the platform, then pulling appropriate areas of the vehicle into place using special clamps, chains and hydraulic winches Aternate Term(s): Frame Rack, Frame Machine
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To sit on a seat of justice
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A nearly level to gently inclined surface developed on resistant strata in areas where valleys are cut, and forming a shelf above the level of the valley bottom
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one of two or more divisions of coal seam separated by slate or formed by the process of cutting the coal
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the magistrate or judge or judges sitting in court in judicial capacity to compose the court collectively
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– The horizontal ledge in an excavation or mining operation along which holes are drilled vertically
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One of to or more divisions of a coal seam separated by slate or formed by the process of cutting the coal
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A working level or step in a cut
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The judge's seat in a court Also, the judges themselves as a tribunal or a professional class: as, the common or common pleas bench, the supreme bench, a full or partial bench Compare Bar King's or Queen's bench The supreme court of common law in England, now merged into the High Court of Justice The king in person used to sit in his court: In theory it was always held before the sovereign It has also supervisory power over inferior tribunals, magistrates, and corporations See 3 Bl Com 41; 4 id 265
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the magistrate or judge or judges sitting in court in judicial capacity to compose the court collectively exhibit on a bench; "bench the poodles at the dog show"
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1) The actual physical desk where a judge sits in court 2) The body of judges referred to as a whole or individually
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In a court of law, the bench is the judge or magistrates. The chairman of the bench adjourned the case until October
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American baseball player considered among the greatest catchers in history. In 16 seasons with the Cincinnati Reds (1967-1983), he was the National League's most valuable player twice (1970 and 1972). to not allow a sports player to play in a game, or to remove them from a game
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A long seat, for example, in the park
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A long table at which mechanics and other work; as, a carpenter's bench
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A long seat, differing from a stool in its greater length
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