curling

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kıvırma
körling
curl
{i} bukle

Saçımı bukle yapmak çok zaman alıyor. - Curling my hair takes a lot of time.

O, saçlarını bukleleli tutar. - She keeps her hair in curls.

curling iron
saç maşası
curling press
kenar kıvırma presi
curling bar
kıvırma çubuğu
curling die
kenar kıvırma kalıbı
curling irons
saç maşası
curling table
(Tekstil) frize tablası
curling tongs
saç maşası
curling ulcer
(Tıp) curling ülseri
curl
{f} kıvırmak
curl
{i} kıvırma
curl
{f} kıvrılmak
curl
kahkül
curl
ondüle yapmak
curl
dolam
curl
pürçek
curl
rotasyonel
curl
kıvrım
curl
{f} kıvır

Mary'nin kıvırcık siyah saçı var. - Mary has curly dark hair.

Bigudilerle saçını kıvırcık yaptı. - She curled her hair with curlers.

curl
(saç) kıvırmak
curl
helezon
curl
kıvrılarak/dönerek hareket etmek
curl
bükülmek
curl
sarmal biçimde herhangi bir şey
toe-curling
ayak masası
curl
{f} kıvırmak, bukle yapmak, bükmek; kıvrılmak, bükülmek
curl
{f} kıvırcık olmak
curl
{i} büklüm
curl
{i} saç lülesi
curl
{i} lüle
curl
{f} bükmek
curl
{f} dalgalandırmak
curl
{i} bükme
curling iron
maşa
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a sport where players aim and slide stones down a sheet of ice
Present participle of curl
The act or state of that which curls; as, the curling of smoke when it rises; the curling of a ringlet; also, the act or process of one who curls something, as hair, or the brim of hats
{i} waving, spiraling; sport in which teams slide stones across an ice surface and try to land them on a scoreboard
having curls
A scottish game in which heavy weights of stone or iron are propelled by hand over the ice towards a mark
a sport played on ice, in which players slide flat heavy stones towards a marked place (Probably from CURL; because the stone curves as it slows down). Game in which two teams of four players each slide a round stone by means of a gooseneck handle on the top over a 138-ft (42-m) stretch of ice toward a target circle. The object is to deliver the stone closest to the center (called the house). Each player delivers two stones, which average 40 lbs (18.1 kg) apiece, often applying a curl to the stone's trajectory. The player's teammates use a broom to sweep the ice ahead of the oncoming stone in order to facilitate a longer slide or to adjust the arc of the curl. Blocking and knocking out an opponent's stones are important strategies of the sport. Curling originated in Scotland in the early 16th century. World championships have been held since 1959 and are usually dominated by Canadians and Scandinavians. In 1998 curling became a medal sport in the Winter Olympic Games
a game played on ice; curling stones (heavy stones with handles) are slid toward a target
curling iron
A heated cylindrical device for curling the hair
curling irons
plural form of curling iron
curling stick
A device that permits a player to deliver a stone while standing upright
curling tongs
Tongs, usually electrically heated, used for curling or waving the hair
curling iron
a cylindrical metal home appliance that heats a lock of hair that has been curled around it
curling iron
A rod-shaped metal implement used when heated to curl the hair
curling iron
hand-held electric appliance for curling hair
curling tongs
curling iron, electric appliance for curling hair
curl
To take part in the sport of curling

I curl at my local club every weekend.

curl
Any of various diseases of plants causing the leaves or shoots to curl up; often specifically the potato curl

These potatoes, however, planted the next year, have a fair yield, untouched by the curl.

curl
To cause to move in a curve

He picked the ball up about forty yards out on the left wing, left a trail of Arsenal defenders in his wake, and curled the ball round Geoff Barnett as he came right out into the far corner.

curl
To move in curves

The ball curled to a stop within six inches of the hole.

curl
Any exercise performed by bending the arm, wrist, or leg on the exertion against resistance, especially those that train the biceps

Now do a curl and an overhead press, keeping your palms facing in.

curl
The vector operator, denoted \rm{curl}\; or \vec{\nabla}\times\vec{\left(\cdot\right)}, that generates this field
curl
To assume the shape of a curl or spiral

It seemed to me that Mr. St. John's under lip protruded, and his upper lip curled a moment.

curl
To exercise by bending the arm, wrist, or leg on the exertion against resistance, especially of the biceps

When curling the weight, bring the barbell up toward the chin, then return it to its starting position. Keep your elbows and upper arms as immobile as possible to isolate the biceps.

curl
The vector field denoting the rotationality of a given vector field

In 2D, when Q is a polygonal domain, the singularities of Type (2) disappear because ψ is the scalar curl of u and is such that its vectorial curl is zero.

curl
A curved stroke or shape

the backs of their necks and their forelegs are decorated with curls and their necks and bodies are covered with fine, undulating lines.

curl
To make into a curl or spiral

She curls her spine; she wedges a pillow between her knees.

curl
A spin making the trajectory of an object curve

It is possible to use the wind which blows from the left to the right by playing well into the wind with the slightest bit of curl on the ball.

hair-curling
Exciting, astonishing, frightening, or horrifying

If the walls . . . could talk, they would reveal some hair-curling secrets.

toe-curling
Causing feelings of acute embarrassment

toe-curling embarrassment.

toe-curling
Causing feelings of arousal or excitement (especially sexual)
a curling
{n} cripature
curl
{n} a ringlet or ornament of hair, a wave
curl
{v} to turn into ringlets, turn, twist, wave
curl
play the Scottish game of curling twist or roll into coils or ringlets; "curl my hair, please
curl
to make into a curl
curl
This is the outer edge of a button Often, the name of the manufacturer or that of the political committee creating the item are printed on the curl
curl
If a person or animal curls into a ball, they move into a position in which their body makes a rounded shape. He wanted to curl into a tiny ball The kitten was curled on a cushion on the sofa. Curl up means the same as curl. In colder weather, your cat will curl up into a tight, heat-conserving ball She curled up next to him He was asleep there, curled up in the fetal position
curl
To play at the game called curling
curl
A ringlet, especially of hair; anything of a spiral or winding form
curl
- A tubular structure formed at the open end of a metal closure to provide a smooth, strong edge The curl facilitates automatic handling of the closure
curl
To shape (the brim) into a curve
curl
The deviation of a card from flat Can be defined as three types; lengthwise curl, widthwise curl and diagonal curl
curl
twist or roll into coils or ringlets; "curl my hair, please"
curl
form a curl, curve, or kink; "the cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling"
curl
shape one's body into a curl; "She curled farther down under the covers"; "She fell and drew in"
curl
Any exercise performed by bending the arms or legs on the exertion, especially those that train the biceps
curl
American chemist who with Richard Smalley and Harold Kroto discovered fullerenes and opened a new branch of chemistry (born in 1933)
curl
An undulating or waving line or streak in any substance, as wood, glass, etc
curl
{i} ringlet; wave of hair; coil, loop; type of weightlifting exercise
curl
The distortion of paper due to differences in structure or coatings from one side to the other or from absorption of moisture on the press
curl
Turn (spin) put on the stone by twisting the handle at release to make it curl, or curve Also, the curvature of the stone's path
curl
A curl of something is a piece or quantity of it that is curved or spiral in shape. A thin curl of smoke rose from a rusty stove. curls of lemon peel
curl
To take part in curling
curl
If you have curls, your hair is in the form of tight curves and spirals. the little girl with blonde curls
curl
The departure from the flatness of photographic film Curl towards the emulsion is referred to as "Positive curl", curl towards the base side is is "Negative curl"
curl
American chemist who with Richard Smalley and Harold Kroto discovered fullerenes and opened a new branch of chemistry (born in 1933) form a curl, curve, or kink; "the cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling"
curl
a piece or lock of curling hair; a ringlet
curl
A tubular structure formed at the open end of a metal closure to provide a smooth, strong edge The curl facilitates automatic handling of the closure
curl
To deck with, or as with, curls; to ornament
curl
A defect of a photographic film consisting of unflatness in a plane cutting across the width of the film Curl may result from improper drying conditions, and the direction and amount of curl may vary with the humidity of the air to which the film is exposed
curl
When a leaf, a piece of paper, or another flat object curls, its edges bend towards the centre. The rose leaves have curled because of an attack by grubs. Curl up means the same as curl. The corners of the lino were curling up. American chemist who shared a 1996 Nobel Prize for discovering fullerenes. In mathematics, a differential operator that can be applied to a vector-valued function (or vector field) in order to measure its tendency to spin. It consists of a combination of the function's first partial derivatives. One of the more common forms for expressing it is
curl
– Some papers have more tendency to curl than others The higher the quality, the more likely it is that the paper will keep its shape
curl
flexure; sinuosity
curl
Vector operator corresponding to the cross product of del and a given vectorial field
curl
standard sleeping position of a cat with the head resting on the forelegs The cat is sleeping in a curl
curl
{f} form into curls, twist into ringlets (of hair); bend, coil; play the sport of curling
curl
wind around something in coils or loops
curl
Movement of a moving rock away from a straight line
curl
Misshaping of a sheet due to moisture absorption or differences between sides of a two-sided sheet
curl
Command-line tool used to transfer files using URL syntax
curl
a twist of the stone's handle upon release makes the stone curl, or curve, as it travels down the ice The rock curls in the direction of the turn
curl
If your hair has curl, it is full of curls. Dry curly hair naturally for maximum curl and shine
curl
Consortium of University Research Libraries, currently Bodleian, Cambridge, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh Leeds (?)
curl
The distortion in a paper's surface caused by moisture absorption or by coating differences between one side and the other
curl
to bend upwards against resistance
curl
If your hair curls or if you curl it, it is full of curls. She has hair that refuses to curl Maria had curled her hair for the event Afro hair is short and tightly curled
curl
The action of the edges of a belt bending upward on the carrying run and downward on the return run Also called cupping
curl
- The degree of curvature measured when paper is positioned flat
curl
In paper, distortion of the unrestrained sheet due to differences in structure or coatings from one side to the other The curl side is the concave side of the sheet
curl
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles
curl
If your toes, fingers, or other parts of your body curl, or if you curl them, they form a curved or round shape. His fingers curled gently round her wrist Raise one foot, curl the toes and point the foot downwards She sat with her legs curled under her. = bend
curl
To twist or make onto coils, as a serpent's body
curl
To move in curves, spirals, or undulations; to contract in curving outlines; to bend in a curved form; to make a curl or curls
curl
Tendency of paper by itself to bend or partly wrap around the axis of one of its directions
curl
To contract or bend into curls or ringlets, as hair; to grow in curls or spirals, as a vine; to be crinkled or contorted; to have a curly appearance; as, leaves lie curled on the ground
curl
The distortion of a sheet of paper due to differences in coating from one side to another or to absorption of moisture
curl
a strand or cluster of hair
curl
A roll or curve of the edge of a sheet of material Curl may be intentional
curl
Distortion of paper caused by a reaction to environmental conditions Curl can cause feeding problems in a press or electronic printer The curl side of a piece of paper is the concave side
curl
A vector field denoting the rotation per unit area of a given vector field
curl
To raise in waves or undulations; to ripple
curl
A part of a hollow or semi-hollow wave that loops over as it breaks
curl
A disease in potatoes, in which the leaves, at their first appearance, seem curled and shrunken
curl
to cause to curve
curl
If something curls somewhere, or if you curl it there, it moves there in a spiral or curve. Smoke was curling up the chimney He curled the ball into the net
curl
Also referred to as a turn-in route An 8- to 14-yard pass where the receiver stops and then turns immediately, making a slight curl before facing the quarterback's throw The receiver usually takes a step or two toward the quarterback and the ball before the pass reaches him The curl tends to be a high-percentage completion because the receiver wants to shield the defender with his back This is a common route for tight ends
curl
To twist or form into ringlets; to crisp, as the hair
curl
play the Scottish game of curling
toe-curling
If you describe something as toe-curling, you mean that it makes you feel very embarrassed. They showed the most toe-curling home videos
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف curling في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

curling ülseri
(Tıp) curling ulcer
curling

    الواصلة

    curl·ing

    التركية النطق

    kırlîng

    النطق

    /ˈkərləɴɢ/ /ˈkɜrlɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'k&r(-&)l ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from crul curly, probably from Middle Dutch; akin to Old High German krol curly.

    رصف المشتركة

    curling iron

    كلمة اليوم

    amative
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