ditch

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الإنجليزية - التركية
hendek

Hendek on fit derinliğinde. - The ditch is ten feet deep.

Tom Mary'nin cesetini bir hendekte buldu. - Tom discovered Mary's body in a ditch.

hendek kazmak
kuzey denizi
başından savmak
(Havacılık) uçağı denize indirmek
drenaj kanalı
(Havacılık) denize zorunlu inmek
şarampol
dar hendek
{f} terket
başından atmak
bırakmak
Yüzüstü bırakmak, terketmek. - Ditching a lover
Defetmek, başından atıp kurtulmak
{f} denize iniş yapmak
argo kurtulmak
{f} terketmek
hendeğe atmak
{f} dersi asmak
ağır ve adi işte çalışan kimse
{f} hendeğe yuvarlamak
manş denizi
{i} yağmur suyunun oluşturduğu kanal
(Askeri) HENDEK, SAVUNMA HENDEĞİ: Özellikle zırhlı ve mekanize kuvvetlere karşı savunmayı takviye maksadıyla ve engel olarak kazılan çukur. Bak. "antitank ditch"
{f} kurtulmak
{i} suyolu
{f} suyolu açmak
raydan çıkmak
ditchdigger hendek kazıcısı
{f} hendekle çevirmek
den kaçmak
argo arızalı bir uçağı suya indirmek
{f} sepetlemek
sulama kanalı
kanal
(Havacılık) mecburi iniş yapmak
hendem
ark
ditch digger
hendek kazıcısı
ditch class
hendek sınıf
ditch school
Okulu aşmak
ditch drainage
drenaj hendeği
ditch irrigation
(Çevre) ark sulaması
ditch side
yolun hendek tarafı
ditch water
durgun
ditch water
neşesiz
ditch water
sıkıcı
die in the last ditch
{f} sonuna kadar direnmek
die in the last ditch
(fiil) sonuna kadar direnmek
diversion ditch
(Tarım,Teknik) su çevirme hendeği
diversion ditch
(Tarım) kuşaklama hendeği
ditching
kanal açmak
ditching
vazgeçme
ditching
hendek açma
ditching
(Havacılık) mecburi iniş
collection ditch
drenaj hendeği
drainage ditch
akaçlama hendeği
drainage ditch
drenaj hendeği
irrigation ditch
sulama arkı
last ditch
son çare
earth removed from the ditch
toprak hendek kaldırıldı
gutter, ditch
oluk, hendek
last-ditch
son çare
to ditch
hendek için
water ditch
su arkı
antitank ditch
(Askeri) TANK HENDEĞİ: Düşmanın Tank ve diğer zırhlı araçlarını durdurmak veya yavaşlatmak maksadıyla kazılan hendek. Bunlara bazan "Tank ditch" de denir
as dull as ditch water
ruhsuz ve sıkıcı
bentonite ditch
bentonit çukuru
berm ditch
banket hendeği
collecting ditch
toplama hendeği
collector ditch
toplayıcı hendek
ditcher
hendek açan kimse
ditcher
trençer
ditcher
hendekaçar
ditcher
hendek kazıcı
ditcher
hendek açma makinesi
ditching
denize mecburi iniş
ditching
MECBURi iNi$
ditching
(Askeri) MECBURİ İNİŞ: Tehlikede olan bir uçağın denize kontrollü inişi
ditching
{i} hendek açılması
ditching
hendek
drainage ditch
kurutma hendeği
drainage ditch
(İnşaat) akaçlama kanalı
farm ditch
çiftlik arkı
farm ditch
çiftçi arkı
foundation ditch
(İnşaat) temel hendeği
intercepting ditch
kafa hendeği
interceptor ditch
önleme hendeği
irrigation ditch
sulama oluğu
irrigation ditch
karık
last ditch
(sıfat) son gayret
last ditch
{s} son gayret
last ditch
son anda olan
last ditch
son anda yapılan
last ditch
kılpayı
last ditch attempt
(deyim) son care
last ditch effort
(deyim) son care
last ditch stand
son savunma
last ditch stand
son çare
outlet ditch
(Tarım) tahliye hendeği
outlet ditch
çıkış hendeği
pipeline ditch
(İnşaat) boru hattı hendeği
quarter ditch
toplama hendeği
tank ditch
(Askeri) Tank hendeği
tank ditch
(Askeri) TANK HENDEĞİ: Bak "antitank ditch"
the last ditch
(deyim) son care ,sonuna kadar savunma
waste ditch
uç tahliyesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To dig ditches

Enclosure led to fuller winter employment in hedging and ditching.

To deliberately not attend classes; to play hookey

The truant officer caught Louise ditching with her friends, and her parents were forced to pay a fine.

To deliberately crash-land an airplane on the sea

When the second engine failed, the pilot was forced to ditch; their last location was just south of the Azores.

To discard or abandon

Once the sun came out we ditched our rain-gear and started a campfire.

A trench; a long, shallow indentation, as for irrigation or drainage

Digging ditches has long been considered one of the most demanding forms of manual labor.

To dig ditches around

The soldiers ditched the tent to prevent flooding.

If you ditch something that you have or are responsible for, you abandon it or get rid of it, because you no longer want it. I decided to ditch the sofa bed. = dump
a long narrow excavation in the earth any small natural waterway crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane"
{v} to make a ditch or ditches
{n} a long trench, cut, moat in fortification
forsake; "ditch a lover"
A narrow trench cut into the surface of the ground to transport water from a stream to a point of use away from the stream (Rice/White, 1991)
A long narrow trench or furrow dug in the ground, as for irrigation, drainage, or a boundary line
(B) discard (usually a loser)
To surround with a ditch
To get rid of something without being seen Often, it's something you've gimmicked and don't want the audience to see
Constructed open channel for conducting water
Any long, narrow receptacle for water on the surface of the earth
A long and small channel to convey water for irrigation or drainage
sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly; "The company dumped him after many years of service"; "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
excavation from which earth or "spoil" is removed to form a parapet If filled with water, the ditch might be referred to as a moat All entrenchments consist of a ditch and parapet The parapet is a mound built up from the excavated earth
{i} long narrow channel dug in the ground
n selokan
A trench made in the earth by digging, particularly a trench for draining wet land, for guarding or fencing inclosures, or for preventing an approach to a town or fortress
make an emergency landing on water forsake; "ditch a lover
The excavation around the works from which the earth for parapet and rampart is obtained Ditches may be wet (moat) or dry, with the latter the preferred in 18th & 19th century forts When the excavation is on the side farthest from the enemy, it is called a trench
a long narrow excavation in the earth
space between columns, as in tables see gutter margin
any small natural waterway
{f} dig a narrow channel in the ground, dig a canal; throw, get rid of, abandon
throw away; "Chuck these old notes"
To dig a ditch or ditches in; to drain by a ditch or ditches; as, to ditch moist land
crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane"
To throw into a ditch; as, the engine was ditched and turned on its side
In the latter sense, it is called also a moat or a fosse
If someone ditches someone, they end a relationship with that person. I can't bring myself to ditch him and start again. = dump
noun A drainage ditch, designed for water runoff, which usually runs downhill and sometimes has smooth banks or transitions and can be skated in
make an emergency landing on water
a trough-like excavation made to collect water
A ditch is a long narrow channel cut into the ground at the side of a road or field
1 diversion 2 last ditch effort; poor planning 3 safety from harm
To get rid of a weapon deliberately To "ditch" it
A long, narrow excavation artificially dug in the ground; especially an open and usually unpaved waterway, channel, or trench for conveying water for drainage or irrigation, and usually smaller than a canal Some ditches may be natural watercourses (Bates and Jackson 1980)
A trench or a long narrow depression in the ground A ditch is often associated with a bank See Henge, Quarry ditch, Ring ditch
If a pilot ditches an aircraft or if it ditches, the pilot makes an emergency landing. One American pilot was forced to ditch his jet in the Gulf A survivor was knocked unconscious when the helicopter ditched. see also last-ditch. a long narrow hole dug at the side of a field, road etc to hold or remove unwanted water last-ditch
To dig a ditch or ditches
The gutter; the channel
cut a trench in, as for drainage; "ditch the land to drain it"; "trench the fields"
A deep dry moat surrounding the fort in front of the parapet It is designed to impede access to the parapet
A narrow trench cut into the surface of the ground to transport water from a stream to a point of use away from a stream (Rice (1991))
a long narrow excavation in the earth any small natural waterway crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane" make an emergency landing on water forsake; "ditch a lover
fosse
ditch day
A day on which a group of students, generally the senior class, leaves the campus and its responsibilities for a day
ditch day
A tradition in which Caltech seniors leave the campus for the day and underclassmen (all considered frosh regardless of actual year) attempt to break into their stacks

Ditch Day is tomorrow, frosh.

ditch class
skip or evade a lesson, fail to attend class without having a legitimate reason, "blow off" class (Slang)
ditch digger
a laborer who digs ditches
ditch reed
tall North American reed having relative wide leaves and large plumelike panicles; widely distributed in moist areas; used for mats, screens and arrow shafts
ditch school
stay out of school without permission, skip school, "play hooky", be truant
ditch spade
a spade with a long handle for digging narrow ditches
ding-dong ditch
To perform this prank
ding-dong ditch
A children's prank in which a doorbell of a house is rung, and then the pranksters run away before the occupants of the house open the door
die in the last ditch
{f} prefer death to surrender, fight till the end
ditcher
Agent noun of ditch; one who ditches (usually in the sense of a digger of ditches, or one who habitually abandons)
last ditch
a final attempt before quitting, often desperate

He stayed up all night in a last ditch effort to finish on time.

last-ditch
final, as a last resort; done in desperation

He sent flowers in a last-ditch effort to keep her from leaving.

ox is in the ditch
This is a big problem; there is unavoidable or demanding work ahead

You oughtn't to work on the Lord's Day, son, she told Dad both times. Dad's response was always the same. The ox is in the ditch, Ma..

ditcher
{n} a man who makes or cleans ditches
To ditch
dich
ditched
past of ditch
ditcher
{i} one who digs ditches
ditches
plural of ditch
ditches
third-person singular of ditch
ditching
{i} digging ditches; forsaking
ditching
present participle of ditch
drainage ditch
ditch that carries sewage or excess water
drainage ditch
a ditch for carrying off excess water or sewage
dull as ditch-water
dull as dishwater, boring, uninteresting, very unexciting
intercepting ditch
a ditch constructed to prevent surface water from flowing in contact with the toe of an embankment or causeway or down the slope of a cut
intercepting ditch
a ditch constructed to prevent surface water from flowing in contact with the toe of an embankment or a causeway or down the slope of a cut
irrigation ditch
a ditch to supply dry land with water artificially
last ditch
{s} done at the last possible moment in an act of desperation
last-ditch
A last-ditch action is done only because there are no other ways left to achieve something or to prevent something happening. It is often done without much hope that it will succeed. a last-ditch attempt to prevent civil war. a last-ditch attempt/effort etc a final attempt to achieve something before it is too late
last-ditch
of something done as a final recourse (especially to prevent a crisis or disaster); "a last-ditch attempt
last-ditch effort
{i} final attempt, attempt made when there is little time left
suicide ditch
trench located at the front lines of battle (Military Slang)
ditch

    التركية النطق

    dîç

    المتضادة

    pick up

    النطق

    /ˈdəʧ/ /ˈdɪʧ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ dich ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English dich, from Old English dīċ ‘trench, moat’, from Proto-Germanic *dīkōn (cf. West Frisian dyk ‘dam’, Dutch dijk ‘id.’, German Teich ‘pond’), from Proto-Indo-European *dheigʷ ‘to stick, set up’ (cf. Latin fīgēre ‘to affix, fasten’, Lithuanian diegti ‘to prick; plant’, dýgsti ‘to geminate, grow’). Doublet of dike.

    الازمنة

    ditches, ditching, ditched

    فيديوهات

    ... Every road, every ditch, every piece of land, bury a fiber ...
    ... suggesting that we ditch. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    eschatology
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