carve

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الإنجليزية - التركية
oymak
{f} (kızarmış eti) dilim dilim kesmek, dilimlemek
keserek servis etmek et vb
{f} doğramak
oymacı
(Gıda) dilim dilim kesmek
(Tekstil) çentmek
et
(Gıda) içini oymak
yontmak
paylaştırmak
kesmek
dilimlemek
oy
(up ile) bölmek
{f} hakkaklık yapmak
parçalara bölmek
{f} oymacılık yapmak
{f} oyma ile süslemek
{f} hakketmek
{f} (ağaç, taş v.b.'ni) oymak
carver oymacı
kesmek oymalarla süslemek
{f} keserek servis etmek (et vb)
carving
oymacılık

Bu oymacılık bıçağı, ünlü bir demirci tarafından yapılmış bir bıçaktır. - This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.

carving
oyma

Bu oymacılık bıçağı, ünlü bir demirci tarafından yapılmış bir bıçaktır. - This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.

Bu gerçekten iyi bir oyma. - That's really a good carving.

carve up
paylaştırmak
carve up
oy
carve up
bölmek
carve out of
out of bölmek
carve up
(deyim) Yenmek, galibiyet kazanmak, üstün gelmek
carve on
(Fiili Deyim ) -a kazımak , hakketmek
carve out
oluşturmak
carve out
biçimlendirmek
carve out
yapmak
carve out a career for oneself
kariyer yapmak
carve out a fortune
servet yapmak
carve up
taksim etmek
carve up
bıçaklamak
carver
oduncu/heykeltıraş
carving
{f} oy
carved
doğranmak
carved
oyma
carved
oymalı
carving
oyma işi
carving
kazı
carving
oyarak
carving
oyularak yapılmış eser
carver
oymacı
carver
et bıçağı
Carved
oymalı
be carve
olmak bölmek
carved
oyularak
engrave, inscribe; carve; sculpt
kazımayı, şifrelemek; bölmek; heykeltraşlık
to carve
için bölmek
CARVER
(Askeri) kritiklik, erişilebilirlik, yerine getirilebilirlik, hassasiyet, etki ve tanınabilirlik (criticality, accessibility, recuperability, vulnerability, effect, and recognizability)
carver
{i} hakkâk
carver
(Tıp) Doldurulan veya sun'i olarak yapılan dişe şekil vermede kullanılan dişçi aleti
carvers
et bıçak çatalı
carving
{f} oy: prep.oyar
carving
{i} oyma eser
carving
kıvırcık
carving
hakketme
carving
oyulmuş sanat eseri
carving
{f} oy: prep.oyarak
carving
oyma/oymacılık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To cut
To produce something using skill
To cut meat in order to serve it
: To perform a series of turns without pivoting. When the tip and tail of the snowboard take the same path
To shape to sculptural effect
{v} to cut wood, stone or meat, to choose
To carve can mean three things: to turn when all four wheels are in contact with the riding surface; to turn in a pool or bowl corner in the same way, with all four wheels on the surface; or, when performing an aerial, to do so in an arc, that is, as opposed to straight up and down
{f} sculpt, shape; cut, slice
To exercise the trade of a sculptor or carver; to engrave or cut figures
To take or make, as by cutting; to provide
To cut into small pieces or slices, as meat at table; to divide for distribution or apportionment; to apportion
cut to pieces; "Father carved the ham"
engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark
To make or shape by cutting, sculpturing, or engraving; to form; as, to carve a name on a tree
A carucate
To make a turn crisply by applying weight and pressure to the ski edges
cut to pieces; "Father carved the ham" form by carving; "Carve a flower from the ice" engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark
form something by cutting away material from wood or stone; inscribe something by cutting on a surface
A turn that uses the edge of the snowboard as opposed to the bottom When you carve, your board moves straight ahead so that its tip and tail pass through the same point in the snow, leaving a razor-thin track in the snow Technically, skipping or skidding while turning isn't a carve
If you carve writing or a design on an object, you cut it into the surface of the object. He carved his name on his desk The ornately carved doors were made in the seventeenth century
verb To carve can mean three things: to turn when all four wheels are in contact with the riding surface; to turn in a pool or bowl corner in the same way, with all four wheels on the surface; or, when performing an aerial, to do so in an arc, that is, as opposed to straight up and down
form by carving; "Carve a flower from the ice"
To cut, as wood, stone, or other material, in an artistic or decorative manner; to sculpture; to engrave
To perform a series of turns without pivoting. When the tip and tail of the snowboard take the same path
To lay out; to contrive; to design; to plan
If you carve an object, you make it by cutting it out of a substance such as wood or stone. If you carve something such as wood or stone into an object, you make the object by cutting it out. One of the prisoners has carved a beautiful wooden chess set He carves his figures from white pine I picked up a piece of wood and started carving. carved stone figures. see also carving = sculpt
To cut: to hew; to mark as if by cutting
If you carve a piece of cooked meat, you cut slices from it so that you can eat it. Andrew began to carve the chicken Carve the beef into slices
To carve is to edge the board in the water to make the board move to one side of the water It's also called edging
To cut up meat; as, to carve for all the guests
engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark"
carve out
To create (a reputation, chance, role, rank, career, victory) by hard work
carve out
To hollow by carving
carve up
The distribution of something, as of money or booty
carve up
To cut into pieces
carve up
The act or instance of dishonestly prearranging the result of a competition
carve up
To divide or dismember, separate into parts

The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I.

carve out
refers to a set of medical services that are removed from a basic arrangement In terms of plan benefits, it may refer to a set of benefits that are contracted for separately (e g , mental health/substance abuse services)
carve out
regarding health insurance, an arrangement whereby an employer eliminates coverage for a specific category of services (e g , vision care, mental health/psychological services and prescription drugs), and contracts with a separate set of providers for those services according to a predetermined fee schedule or capitation arrangement Carve out may also refer to a method of coordinating dual coverage for an individual
carve out
An arrangement whereby an employer eliminates coverage for a specific category of services (e g vision care, mental health/psychological services and prescription drugs) and contracts with a separate set of providers for those services according to a predetermined fee schedule or capitation arrangement Carve out may also refer to a method of coordinating dual coverage for an individual
carve out
A decision to purchase separately a service which is typically a part of an indemnity a health HMO plan Example: the behavioral health benefit might be carved out to a specialized vendor to supply these services on a stand-alone basis
carve out
Accessing coverage for a specific type of service through a contract separate from that established with the primary providers
carve out
An arrangement whereby an employer separates coverage for a specific category of services (e g , vision care, mental health services and prescription drugs) and contracts with a separate set of providers for those services according to a predetermined fee schedule or capitation arrangement Carve out may also refer to a method of coordinating dual coverage for an individual Case: 1) The group purchasing insurance (i e , an employer or union) and 2) a covered instance of sickness or injury
carve out
Refers to separate managed care systems for either services or people and are usually operated within states that mandate managed care enrollment for Medicaid recipients Carve out is often proposed as an interim rather than final solution for specialized services, high-cost populations, or both
carve up
cut or slice into pieces (e.g. a baked chicken); mutilate; have a profound victory over the other person or team (Slang)
carve up
separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
carve-out
Medical services that are separated out and contracted for independently from any other benefits
carve-out
- A managed care plan exception in which certain types of care or groups of patients are not covered or are treated differently by the plan, i e , mental health services or pharmaceutical drugs In most cases services that are "carved out" are not part of capitation payments but are paid on a fee-for-service basis
carve-out
Specialty health service that a Managed Care Organization obtains for members by contracting with a company that specializes in that service See also carve-out companies
carve-out
The practice of having a specific benefit, such as mental health or substance abuse, operated as a distinct program, separate from the general health program
carve-out
A specific type of spin-off in which the corporate parent consolidates a particular line of business (e g Cantor Fitzgerald's combination of its electronic bond trading units into one subsidiary) and then sells that newly created subsidiary to investors In essence, the company is "carving out" a piece of its business with a specific business focus and selling it to the public to highlight the value of niche business operations within the larger company Usually done in the form of a true spin-off with an independent board and seperate financial statments, but heavy cross ownership by parent Sometimes done in the form of a tracking stock structure (e g AT&T Wireless)
carve-out
A term used to describe a type of health coverage for Medicare recipients A Medicare Carve-Out plan subtracts or "carves out" Medicare's benefit before making payment
carve-out
The separation of a medical service (or a group of services) from the basic set of benefits in some way
carve-out
a benefit or group of benefits administered by a third party company
carve-out
Services separately designed and contracted to an exclusive, independent provider by a managed care plan For example, psychiatry is often a carved-out service
carve-up
an arrangement between two or more people, governments etc by which they divide something among themselves even though this is wrong
carved
Simple past tense and past participle of carve
carved
Of an object, made by carving

a carved ivory statue of the Virgin Mary.

carver
{n} one who carves, one who chooses
carving
{n} a cutting, sculpture, figure carved
Carved
graven
To carve
kerve
carved
{s} formed by carving; artistically cut from wood or stone
carved
made for or formed by carving (`carven' is archaic or literary); "the carved fretwork"; "an intricately carved door"; "stood as if carven from stone
carver
One who carves; one who shapes or fashions by carving, or as by carving; esp
carver
someone who carves the meat
carver
A carver is a person who carves wood or stone, as a job or as a hobby. The ivory industry employed about a thousand carvers. English-born Pilgrim colonist who was the first governor of Plymouth Colony (1620-1621). someone who carves wood or stone
carver
{i} engraver, woodcarver; large meat knife
carver
One who carves
carver
One who carves or divides meat at table
carver
United States botanist and agricultural chemist who developed many uses for peanuts and soy beans and sweet potatoes (1864-1943)
carver
an artist who creates sculptures
carver
makes decorative wooden panels
carver
A large knife for carving
carver
(No details as yet other than it is one of the parents of the Beta american labruscana variety)
carver
A term that originated in the 19th century to describe a dining chair with elbows
carver
one who carves decorative forms, architectural adornments, etc
carves
third-person singular of carve
carving
{i} object that has been carved; act of cutting up meat
carving
These are the little guys that strap your feet to your board You gotta have these if you are wanting to get up to the mountain There are also newer types of these bindings called "click ins"
carving
weighting and angulating the ski so that it bends into a circular arc, whereby the edge of the ski moves along a corresponding circular arc to form a sharp curved track in the snow   In pure carving, every point along the length of the ski follows the same path along the arc of the turn and there is no skidding
carving
Carving is the art of carving objects, or of carving designs or writing on objects
carving
cutting away parts to create a desired shape
carving
The cutting of a figure or design out of a solid material such as stone or wood, as contrasted to the additive technique of modeling
carving
1) The cutting of a figure or design out of a solid mastingterial such as stone or wood, as contrasted to the additive technique of modeling; 2) A work executed in this technique
carving
n ukiran (ukir)
carving
Handheld carving tools are used to accentuate details of hooked, tufted and hand knotted rugs, or to create a 3-D effect on solid color rugs
carving
cutting away parts to create a desired shape a sculpture created by carving (as wood or ivory or stone)
carving
A carving is an object or a design that has been cut out of a material such as stone or wood. a wood carving of a human hand
carving
carved object or design
carving
To cut (a solid material) so as to form something
carving
The removal of glass from the surface of an object by means of hand-held tools
carving
A piece of decorative work cut in stone, wood, or other material
carving
In sculpture, the cutting of a form from a solid, hard material such as stone or wood, in contrast to the technique of modeling
carving
–Carvers use various tools in carving to make everything from vessel forms (bowls in particular) to freestanding sculpture too sculptural relieves It requires patience and skill in order not to upset the delicate pattern of grain
carving
To fashion a decorative element into a desired shape by cutting material with sharp tools (See "Recarving")
carving
The whole body of decorative sculpture of any kind or epoch, or in any material; as, the Italian carving of the 15th century
carving
a sculpture created by carving (as wood or ivory or stone)
carving
Designs are cut into the leather, then all edges are beveled to make the design stand out Also called incising
carving
A decorative technique in which the surface of the leather is cut with a swivel knife and the background is depressed using modelling tools or stamps Also called incising
carving
The act or art of one who carves
carving
A carved object
carving
and relief ornament can be made by cutting away surrounding areas It need not be elaborate On a thick pot it may be limited to trimming in a vertical fashion so as to give a fluted effect
carving
Most memorialists will refer to a "carving" as sculpture done upon the face of a stone That is an acceptable definition However, carving is actually anything cut into the stone other than lettering Lettering is engraved
carving
present participle of carve
carving
Executing turns without pivoting
carving
The removal of glass from the surface of an object either by means of hand-held tools such s files, points, gravers, and riffles, or by cutting the object on a wheel
carving
creating figures or designs in three dimensions
disapproval carve up
If you say that someone carves something up, you disapprove of the way they have divided it into small parts. He has set about carving up the company which Hammer created from almost nothing They have begun carving the country up like a pie
carve

    التركية النطق

    kärv

    النطق

    /ˈkärv/ /ˈkɑːrv/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'kärv ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English kerven, from Old English ċeorfan, from Proto-Germanic *kerbanan (cf. West Frisian kerve, Dutch kerven, German kerben ‘to notch’), from Proto-Indo-European *gerebh- ‘to scratch’ (cf. Old Prussian gīrbin ‘number’, Old Church Slavonic žrĕbĭjĭ ‘lot, tallymark’, Ancient Greek γράφειν (gráphein) ‘to scratch, etch’).

    الازمنة

    carves, carving, carved

    رصف المشتركة

    carve out, carve up

    فيديوهات

    ... they carve out lakes, rivers, and bays. ...
    ... There's no carve out for North Koreans. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    sansculotte
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