cops

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Askeri) muhabere harekat planlama sistemi (communications operational planning system)
cop
{i} polis memuru

Bir polis memuru olduğunu Tom'a söyleme. - Don't tell Tom you're a cop.

cop
polis

Bir polis memuru olduğunu Tom'a söyleme. - Don't tell Tom you're a cop.

Polisler binanın içine gaz bombaları attılar. - The cops threw tear-gas bombs into the building.

cop
{i} tutuklama
cop
{f} yakalamak
cop
{i} konik iplik yumağı
cop
yumak
cop
performans katsayısı
cop
kops
copse
koruluk
copse
baltalık
cop
aynasız
cop
sakçı
copse
koru
copse
çalılık
COP
(Askeri) genel harekat resmi (common operational picture)
Tilt in cops above pegs
(Tekstil) Masuraları Peg'ten alma
cop
{f} aşırmak
cop
konik iplik yumağ
cop
f aşırmak
cop
{f} çalmak
cop
(Tekstil) kops, masura Açıklama: Kops; masuranın fitil ile dolmuş halinin ismidir
cop
{f} enselemek
cop
cop yakala
cop
cop out argo çekilmek
cop
i., k.dili. polis, aynasız
cop
oyunbozanlık etmek
copse
ağaçlık
التركية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
the cops: The police, considered as a group entity

Maybe he'll git the cops after you, Jack. I'll watch out fer dat, Nick, an' you must watch out too, answered Jack Sagger.

plural form of cop Police officers

All the cops in the donut shops say, Way-oh-way-oh-way-ooo-aaa-ooo.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cop
Common Open Policy Service This is a protocol developed by IETF to provide a common methodology for policy services to communicate with devices that apply priority to traffic Named as a proposed standard in February 2000
Common Open Policy Service is an IETF standard to supply network switches and hubs with policy rules to help maintain Quality of Service
Community Oriented Policing Services, a program of the Department of Justice
The connecting crook of a harrow
Certificates of Participation
Common Open Policy Service A QoS policy exchange protocol that allows communication between a Policy Decision Point (PDP) and a Policy Enforcement Points (PEP) such as switches, routers and gateways
(Computer Oracle Password and Security) This is known as the programs that are used to monitor various computer security vulnerabilities
third-person singular of cop
Police officers
Community Oriented Policing Services (WSP program)
Computer Oracle and Password System - a collection of security tools that are designed specifically to aid the typical UNIX System Administrator in the oft neglected are of computer security COPS does not attempt to correct or exploit any of the potential problems it finds
Competitive Opportunities Proceeding
Computer Oracle Password and Security is a free system scanner for UNIX See TCP/IP Network Administration section 12 4 3 1
(Certificates of Participation)-Funds freed up on existing COPS Notes substituting insurance policy for a cash reserve fund to guarantee payment to the note holders
Computerised Operational Policing System
Common Open Policy Service
Comprehensive Occupational Pay Survey; A one-time survey conducted on Utah in 1995 by the Labor Market (Workforce) Information division of the Utah Department of Workforce Services It provides wage data for roughly 250 occupations statewide and data for six state areas
cops and robbers
a game played by schoolchildren in which the "robbers" have to steal "gold" and return it to their "base" without being caught by the "cops" and taken to "jail". When in "jail", "prisoners" can be "freed" by other "robbers"
cops out
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cop out
cops-and-robbers
A cops-and-robbers film, television programme, or book is one whose story involves the police trying to catch criminals
cop
The ball of thread wound on to the spindle in a spinning machine
cop
A police officer
cop
to receive, especially blame or punishment for a particular instance of wrongdoing
cop
The top, summit, especially of a hill
cop
To capture, get hold of, take

Heroin appeared on the streets of our town for the first time, and Innie watched helplessly as his sixteen-year-old brother began taking the train to Harlem to cop smack.

copse
A thicket of small trees or shrubs

Striking the highway beyond the little copse she skirted the dark iron palings enclosing Hare.

motor cops
plural form of motor cop
copse
{v} to preserve or keep for underwoods
copse
{n} a wood of small or low trees
cop
A policeman
cop
Coefficient of Performance For cooling systems, the ratio of the rate of heat removed to the rate of energy input For heat pumps, the ratio of the rate of heat delivered to the rate of energy input, both expressed in consistent units
cop
The ratio of heating or cooling provided by a heat pump (or other refrigeration machine) to the energy consumed by the system under designated operating conditions The higher the COP, the more efficient the system
cop
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cop
uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
cop
The top of a thing; the head; a crest
cop
Coefficient of Performance is a measurement of comparison of a heat pump's heating capacity to the amount of electricity required to operate it The COP decreases as the temperature drops since a heat pump is less efficient at lower outside temperatures
cop
Coefficient Of Performance compares the heating capacity of a heat pump to the amount of electricity required to operate the heat pump in the heating mode COPs vary with the outside temperature: as the temperature falls, the COP falls also, since the heat pump is less efficient at lower temperatures
cop
Same as Merlon
cop
COP compares the heating capacity of a heat pump to the amount of electricity required to operate the heat pump in the heating mode
cop
Committee of Practitioners A federally mandated advisory body to state departments of education
cop
{f} catch; steal; plead guilty
cop
command observation post SACLOS – SemiAutomatic Line Of Sight
cop
A cop is a policeman or policewoman. Frank didn't like having the cops know where to find him. Coptic. copyright
cop
Finished cotton thread formed into a cylindrical package with conical ends
cop
common operational picture
cop
command observation post
cop
The head
cop
Conference of the Parties The supreme body of the UNFCCC, charged with the task of regularly reviewing implementation of the Convention and any related instruments, such as the Kyoto Protocol The COP meets annually
cop
To capture, get hold of take
cop
The ranger on the public golf course-the guy whose job it is to make sure the flow of play is smooth and all golfers are observing the game's etiquette He's never around when the fivesome in front of you is too slow, but always around to watch you hit a tee shot out of bounds or into a lake
cop
The COP is the governing body of the CBD and advances implementation of the CBD through decisions it takes at its periodic meetings
cop
Coefficient of Performance, COP, is the ratio of energy input to heating capacity This is the instantaneous measurement of the heating performance of your heat pump It is comparable to knowing how many miles per gallon of gasoline your car gets when it is going full speed You can find the COP on the nameplate of your heat pump
cop
Coefficient of Performance of a heat pump means the ratio of the rate of useful heat output delivered by the complete heat pump unit (exclusive of supplementary heating) to the corresponding rate of energy input, in consistent units and under operating conditions
cop
{i} police officer
cop
A unit of measurement for determining the energy efficiency of heating equipment It is determined by dividing the total heating provided by the system (BTUH) by the total electricity used to produce this heat A minimum of 3 0 COP is recommended
cop
Council of Presidents of actuarial professional organizations in North America
cop
to admit, especially to a crime
cop
Certificate of Permission
cop
- The "Conference of Parties," made up of the signers of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) The COP holds periodic meetings to develop and refine rules and techniques for meeting the goals of the UNFCCC
cop
A tube or quill upon which silk is wound
cop
Coefficient Of Performance A ratio that compares a heat pump system's heating efficiency to that of electric resistance heat For example, a heat pump system with a COP of 3 0 provides heat at 3 times the efficiency of electric resistance heat A heat pump's system COP will decrease as outdoor temperatures drop, eventually providing little or no efficiency advantage over electric resistance heat - and that's when your auxiliary heat strips start to heat your home
cop
A conical or conical-ended mass of coiled thread, yarn, or roving, wound upon a spindle, etc
cop
take by theft; "Someone snitched my wallet!"
cop
Conference of the [Contracting] Parties
cop
Code of Practice – on Identification and Assessment of SEN – A guide to schools and local education authorities (LEAs) on the staged approach they must follow when identifying children with special educational needs Schools and LEA’s must have regard to the Code when they deal with a child with SEN The Code suggests 5 stages; stages 1 to 3 being the responsibility of the school, stages 4 and 5 being the responsibility of the school, LEA and other relevant agencies e g health
cop
take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
copse
A copse is a small group of trees growing very close to each other. a little copse of fir trees. A thicket of small trees or shrubs; a coppice. a group of trees or bushes growing close together (coppice (14-21 centuries), from copeiz, from couper ( COPE); because a copse is formed by regular cutting)
copse
To trim or cut; said of small trees, brushwood, tufts of grass, etc
copse
A wood of small growth; a thicket of brushwood
copse
To plant and preserve, as a copse
copse
{i} grove; coppice, thicket of bushes or small trees
copse
a dense growth of bushes
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف cops في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

cop
baton

The policeman pulled out his baton. - Polis, copunu çıkardı.

cop
{i} truncheon
cop
{i} nightstick
cop
bludgeon
cop
club
cop
blackjack
cop
stick
cop
cosh
cop
billy, billy club, nightstick
cop
{i} billy
cop
truncheon, cosh, baton
cop
sap
cops

    التركية النطق

    käps

    النطق

    /ˈkäps/ /ˈkɑːps/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'käp ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English copp.

    كلمة اليوم

    wildcatter
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