ensign

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Askeri) bandra
deniz teğmeni
(donanma/vb.) bayrak
ensign bearer alemdar
denizci subay/bayrak
{i} nişan
{i} sancak
(Askeri) DENİZ TEĞMENİ: Deniz kuvvetlerinde en küçük rütbeli subay. Bir deniz teğmeninin rütbesi, üsteğmenden; {lieutenant junior grade) küçük ve birinci sınıf deniz gedikli subaydan {commissioned warrant officer) büyüktür. Bu rütbe, kara ordusunda, teğmene karşılıktır
{i} simge
bayraktar
{i} bayrak
bayrak sancak
nisan
i., den. asteğmen
{i} rütbe işareti
{i} deniz asteğmeni [amer.]
{i} işaret
asteğmen
{i} bayrak, sancak, bandıra
alem
{i} bayraktar [brit.]
deniz asteğmeni
national ensign
(Askeri) MİLLİ BAYRAK: Gemilerin kıç gönderine çekilen bayrak. Bak. "ensign"
red ensign
ticaret gemisi bayrağı (İng.)
white ensign
İngiliz donanma bayrağı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The lowest grade of commissioned officer in the United States Navy, junior to a lieutenant junior grade
A prominent flag or banner

Ten thousand thousand ensigns high advanced. -Milton, Paradise Lost.

A junior commissioned officer in the 18th and 19th Centuries whose duty was to carry the unit's ensign
The principal flag or banner flown by a ship to indicate nationality
A flag or banner carried by military units. See standard, color, colour
A commissioned officer of the lowest grade in the navy, corresponding to the grade of second lieutenant in the army
{n} a flag or standard, an officer that carries it
Her
To distinguish by a mark or ornament, such as a crown, coronet, mitre, etc A bishop, for instance, ensigns his arms with a mitre
A junior commissioned officer in the 18th and 19th Centuries whose duty was to carry the units ensign
colors flown by a ship to show its nationality
Sign; badge of office, rank, or power; symbol
To designate as by an ensign
A national flag flown on a ship
A flag indicative of a vessel's nationality It is hoisted at the stern
{i} flag used to show nationality; sign, symbol; military rank
is a national flag flown by naval ship Some countries also have ensigns for other armed services
To distinguish by a mark or ornament; esp
The national flag: a junior commissioned officer in the Navy
The flag, usually carried at the stern, that denotes a vessel's nationality
A flag used to identify the nationality of a vessel These are usually civil, naval and government vessels Tricolour A flag that is divided horizontally or vertically into three different colours
A generic term for flag, especially associated with naval flags of nationality (CIVIL ENSIGN, NAVAL RESERVE ENSIGN, etc ) The term originally applied to the distinguishing flag of nationality at the poop or stern of a ship In addition the term is applied to a flag having the characteristic design of an ensign, even if that flag is used on land
A flag; a banner; a standard; esp
Formerly, a commissioned officer of the army who carried the ensign or flag of a company or regiment
1 U S Flag 2 Lowest Level Commissioned Officer
A signal displayed like a standard, to give notice
An ensign is a junior officer in the United States Navy. He had been a naval ensign stationed off Cuba. Ensign Smith
A special flag based on a country's national flag and used exclusively on naval ships or merchant ships The civil ensign is the merchant marine's flag The U S flag serves as a national flag, naval ensign, and civil ensign Great Britain, on the other hand, has a white ensign for naval ships, a red ensign for merchant ships, and a blue ensign for merchant ships commanded by an officer in the Naval Reserve Great Britain also has an ensign for the Royal Air Force and one for airports
the national flag, or a banner indicating nationality, carried by a ship or a body of soldiers; as distinguished from flags indicating divisions of the army, rank of naval officers, or private signals, and the like
An ensign is a flag flown on a ship to show what country the ship belongs to
by a crown; thus, any charge which has a crown immediately above or upon it, is said to be ensigned
colors flown by a ship to show its nationality a person who holds a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or the United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant junior grade
a person who holds a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or the United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant junior grade
a flag flown at the stern of a ship, primarily for the identification of the nationality of the vessel The ensign may be the same flag used as the national flag, or a specially designed version of the national flag Nations may have one ensign or several different ensigns which may be used by various types of vessels (naval/war, state/government, civil/merchant) as well as specially designed flags for various organizations (yacht clubs, customs vessels, coastal authorities, etc ), or indicating a status of a ship's captain or crew (naval reserve) In some countries, the term ensign includes flags not intended to be hoisted on vessels
an emblem flown as a symbol of nationality
ENS
ensign ship
rank or state of an ensign
Blue Ensign
Originally, the flag of the Rear Admiral's squadron in the English fleet
Blue Ensign
The flag flown by a British naval auxiliary vessel

Note: Members of certain British yacht clubs may fly a blue ensign if it has been defaced by the inclusion of an insignia in the fly.

Red Ensign
the flag of the British Merchant Navy, a red flag with the Union Jack in the top left corner
blue ensign
{i} flag of the British navy
blue ensign
the state ensign of the United Kingdom The blue ensign, plain, is the flag of the Royal Naval Reserve With an appropriate badge in the fly, it is used by many British government departments, and was formerly used by many colonial governments
blue ensign
The STATE ENSIGN of the United Kingdom With a Canadian badge on the fly, it becomes the CANADIAN BLUE ENSIGN
ensigns
plural of ensign
red ensign
The civil ensign of the United Kingdom
red ensign
The CIVIL ENSIGN of the United Kingdom With a Canadian BADGE on the fly, it becomes the CANADIAN RED ENSIGN
ensign
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