bunker

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Ticaret) geminin kömür ambarı
(Askeri) yer altı sığınağı
oda arkadaşı
kömür ambarı
yeraltı sığınağı
kömürlük
KORUGAN: Personeli korumaya mahsus tahkim edilmiş bir yapı. Savunmalı top mevzii veya bir savunma mevzii
Golf sahasında kumluk çukur veya toprak tümsek gibi topun gidişine engel olan kısım
KORUGAN: Personeli korumaya mahsus tahkim edilmiş bir yapı. Savunmalı top mevzii veya bir savunma mevzii. Bak. "blockhouse"
(gemi) ambar, yerinden oynamayan ve depo olarak kullanılan büyük sandık
(Askeri) KORUGAN: Personeli korumaya mahsus tahkim edilmiş bir yapı. Savunmalı top mevzii veya bir savunma mevzii. Bak. "blockhouse"
{i} yakıt bölmesi (gemi)
(Mukavele) sığınak
(Askeri) Korugan
sığınak/kömürlük
yerinden oynamayan ve depo olarak kullanılan büyük sandık
golfte topu tümsek veya çukura sokmak
yakıt almak
{i} golfte topu engelleyen tümsek veya çukur
bunker
depo
(Denizbilim) ön depo
bunker fuel
gemi yakıtı
bunker gear
İtfaiyeci kıyafeti
bunker capacity
tank yakıt kapasitesi
bunker clause
(Ticaret) bunker klozu
bunker door
kömürlük kapısı
bunker fuel
(Askeri) GEMİ KAZAN YAKITI: Buharlı gemilerde, kendi kazanlarının yakıt ihtiyacı olarak taşınan mazot
bunker fuel
(Askeri) gemi kazan yakıtı
bunker gear
yangınla mücadele elbisesi
bunker supplying
gemiye yakıt alma
bunker tanks
bunker tankları
bunkering
(Askeri) yakıt ikmali
coal bunker
kömürlük
ore bunker
maden filizi deposu
fuel bunker
yakıt bunker
 bunker adjustment factor
bunker ayarlama faktörü
coal bunker
kömür kazanı
ore storage bunker
(Madencilik) töz yığınağı
ore storage bunker
(Madencilik) cevher silosu
التركية - التركية
Gemi ambarı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A large container or bin for storing coal, often built outside in the yard of a house. Now rare, as different types of fuels and energy sources are being used
To load a vessel with oil or coal for the engine
An obstacle used to block an opposing player's view and field of fire
A container for storing coal or fuel oil for a ship's engine
A hardened shelter, often buried partly or fully underground, designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks
To fire constantly at a hiding opponent, preventing them from firing at other players and trapping them behind the barrier. This can also refer to eliminating an opponent behind cover by rushing the position and firing at extremely close range as the player becomes exposed
To hit a golfball into a bunker
A sand-filled hollow on a golf course
A pit containing sand and used as a trap as they do not allow for easy play out of that surface Also known as sand trap
Hence, any rough hazardous ground on the links; also, an artificial hazard with built-up faces
Space in which fuel for the vessel is stored on board The expression bunkers denotes the fuel itself
A bunker is a place, usually underground, that has been built with strong walls to protect it against heavy gunfire and bombing. an extensive network of fortified underground bunkers
To drive (the ball) into a bunker
Bunkers are sand pits or traps, but can be grass hollows, which are situated in various positions throughout a golf course Their aim is to punish a poorly hit shot from the golfer
A bin, usually elevated above track level, used for storing and dispensing coal
heavily shielded treatment room - refers usually to a megavoltage external beam facility
A bunker is a type of hazard consisting of a prepared area of ground, from which turf or soil has been removed and replaced with sand or the like
In commercial installations, space in which ice or cooling element is installed
A sort of chest or box, as in a window, the lid of which serves for a seat
A natural or artificial depression on a fairway or round the green It is usually half-filled with sand but can be made of earth or grass
A large bin or similar receptacle; as, a coal bunker
transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse
a depression in the ground usually (but not always) filled with sand Example: Bunkers are hazards commonly situated so as to demand accuracy on shots
A sand trap C
The space in which fuel for the vessel is stored
On a golf course, a bunker is a large area filled with sand, which is deliberately put there as an obstacle that golfers must try to avoid. to hit a golf ball into a bunker
Ship's fuel
Space where ice or cooling element is placed in commercial installations
A bunker is a container for coal or other fuel
(Tank) spaces on board a vessel to store fuel
A small sand hole or pit, as on a golf course
An obstacle used to block an opposing players view and field of fire
A bin, usually elevated, for storing coal
A sand filled hazard placed on a fairway or near greens
{i} underground bomb shelter; coal storehouse
A natural or artificial depression on a fairway or round the green It is usually half -filled with sand but can be made of earth or grass
A container for storing coal or fuel oil for a ships engine
hit a golf ball into a bunker
a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
fill (a ship's bunker) with coal or oil
A hazard filled by sand or grass that is placed where a fairway shot may end (by a green or driving distance from the tee) You are not allowed to practice swing or ground your club in a bunker
Compartment used for storing fuel
A place to hold coal on an locomotive without a tender Usually placed behind the footplate
A "bunker" is a hazard consisting of a prepared area of ground, often a hollow, from which turf or soil has been removed and replaced with sand or the like Grass-covered ground bordering or within a bunker is not part of the bunker The margin of a bunker extends vertically downward, but not upwards
a hazard on a golf course a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground hit a golf ball into a bunker transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse fill (a ship's bunker) with coal or oil
a hazard on a golf course
an indistinct term that generally means a heavily built structure, usually a shelter against bombardment, that may or may not have provisions for defense; no specific meaning in coast defense; comes into popular use during WWI
bunker gear
Bunker Gear or "Turnout Gear" are terms used by many firefighters to refer to their system of outer protective clothing
bunker style
(deyim) Underground, deep steeped with emotion, comfortabley numb in seclusion, unknown to the general public
bunker buster
a 5,000 pound laser-guided bomb that can be programmed to penetrate to a given depth before exploding; used to penetrate hardened underground faccilities
bunker hill
the first important battle of the American War of Independence (1775); the British defeated the colonial forces
bunker mentality
defensiveness resulting from repeated attacks; "after so many suicide bombings the Israelis have to resist developing a bunker mentality
bunker mentality
An attitude of extreme defensiveness and self-justification based on an often exaggerated sense of being under persistent attack from others
bunkering
The illicit removal of oil from a pipeline or other distribution system
bunkering
The taking onboard of bunker fuel

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Battle of Bunker Hill
Important colonial victory early in the American Revolution. Two months after the battles of Lexington and Concord, more than 15,000 colonial troops assembled near Boston to prevent the British army from occupying several hills around the city. The colonists fortified Bunker Hill (originally Breed's Hill) across the Charles River from Boston. Though they withstood a cannonade from British ships in Boston Harbor on June 17, 1775, and fought off assaults by 2,300 British troops, they were eventually forced to retreat. British casualties (about 1,000) and the colonists' fierce resistance convinced the British that subduing the rebels would be difficult
Battle of Bunker Hill
first major battle of the American Revolutionary War which took place on the 17th of June 1775
Matthew Bunker Ridgway
born March 3, 1895, Fort Monroe, Va., U.S. died July 26, 1993, Fox Chapel, near Pittsburgh, Pa. U.S. army officer. He graduated from West Point and served in staff positions until World War II. In 1942 he commanded an airborne division in the invasion of Sicily (1943), the first airborne assault in U.S. military history. He led his paratroopers in the Normandy Campaign and commanded airborne operations across Europe. In the Korean War he led the U.S. 8th Army, rallying UN forces and forcing the Chinese out of South Korea. Promoted to general, he succeeded Douglas MacArthur as Allied commander in the Far East (1951). He later served as supreme commander of NATO forces (1952) and army chief of staff (1953-55)
body bunker
A portable bulletproof shield used especially by riot police. Also called body shield
bunkering
The act of taking fuel oil aboard a ship Back to the top
bunkering
present participle of bunker
bunkering
To replenish the fuel
bunkering
Re-fueling the vessel
bunkers
Fuel storage area
bunkers
Heavy oil used as fuel for ocean vessels
bunkers
plural of bunker
bunkers
Fuel consumed by the engines of a ship; compartments or tanks in a ship for fuel storage
bunkers
Ship fuel usually consisting of heavy fuel for its main engines and lighter fuel or diesel for its auxiliary machinery
bunkers
Quantity of fuel on board a vessel
bunkers
Fuel for a vessel The type will vary depending upon the propulsion mode of the vessel Steamships will use a heavy fuel oil, diesels use a range of fuels from heavy to light, and gas turbines generally use kerosene
coal bunker
{i} coal storehouse
coal bunker
a small building or large container where coal is stored
the Battle of Bunker Hill
the first main battle of the American Revolutionary War, in Boston, Massachusetts in 1775. Although the British army won the battle, the American colonists killed and wounded more than 1000 British soldiers, and proved that their army was more powerful and effective than the British expected them to be
underground bunker
hiding place which is located beneath the land
التركية - الإنجليزية
bunker
hopper
bin
hoppers
bunker klozu
(Ticaret) bunker clause
bunker tankları
bunker tanks
bunker
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