fencing

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} eskrim

Eski olimpiyat eskrim şampiyonu Pál Schmitt Macaristan Cumhurbaşkanı seçildi. - Former Olympic fencing champion Pál Schmitt has been elected President of Hungary.

{i} parmaklık
parmaklık malzemesi
doğrudan kaçarak
çit malzemesi
çit ya da duvar
{f} doğrudan kaç
{i} çit veya parmaklık malzemesi
(Mukavele) bir araziyi çevreleyen çit
fence kaç/eskrim yap
çit/eskrim
{i} kaçamaklı cevap verme
{i} çit
kılıçoyunu
fence
çit

Çiti boyamama gerek yoktu. - I needn't have painted the fence.

Evin etrafında bir çit var. - There is a fence around the house.

fencing sword
eskrim kılıcı
fencing master
master eskrim
fence
çit ile çevirmek
fence
hazırcevaplık
fence
eskrim yapmak
fence
telörgü
fence
(Askeri) tel örgü
fence
kaçamak yanıt vermek
fence
etrafını çevirmek
fence
etrafını çitle çevirmek
fence
parmaklık

Kalabalık kontrolden çıktı ve parmaklıkları kırıp geçti. - The crowd got out of control and broke through the fence.

fence
{f} doğru yanıt vermekten kaçın
fence
tahta perde
fence
çalınmış eşya alıp satan adam
fence
baştan savma yanıt vermek
fence
eskrim sporu yapmak
fence
korumak
fence
doğru yanıt vermekten kaçın(mak)
perimeter fencing
çevre çıt
ring fencing
ring eskrim
fence
(Askeri) Çit parmaklık
fence
be on the right side of the fence kazanacak tarafta olmak
fence
{i} çalıntı mal satıcısı

Çalıntı mal satıcısı çalıntı mallarla yakalandı. - The fence was caught with the stolen goods.

fence
sit on the fence hangi tarafı tuta
fence
savunmak
fence
çalıntı mal satmak
fence
eskrim
fence
etrafını

Evin etrafını bir çit kuşatır. - A fence runs around the house.

Babam bahçenin etrafını bir çitle çevirdi. - My father put a fence around the garden.

fence
{f} (in) -i parmaklıkla/tahta perdeyle/çitle çevirmek
fence
{i} engel
fence
çalınmış eşyaların alınıp satıldlğl yer ve bu işle uğraşan kimse
fence
{f} kaçamak cevap vermek
fence
eskrimde kılıcın ustalıkla kullanılması
fence
{i} çalıntı mal alıp satan kimse
التركية - التركية

تعريف fencing في التركية التركية القاموس.

FENCE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir nevi toprak çanak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Fences used as barriers or an enclosure

Fencing was erected around the field to keep the horses in.

Present participle of fence
Material used to make fences
The art or sport of duelling with swords, especially the style that originated in Europe
{n} the art or act of defense by weapons
See Fence, v
the art or sport of fighting with swords (especially the use of foils or epees or sabres to score points under a set of rules)
{i} art of sword fighting; fences; material for constructing fences; use of witty remarks to avoid answering direct questions
The materials used for building fences
The aggregate of the fences put up for inclosure or protection; as, the fencing of a farm
The art or practice of attack and defense with the sword, esp
with the smallsword
Disputing or debating in a manner resembling the art of fencers
Fencing is a sport in which two competitors fight each other using very thin swords. The ends of the swords are covered and the competitors wear protective clothes, so that they do not hurt each other
Materials such as wood or wire that are used to make fences are called fencing. old wooden fencing. Sport involving attack and defense with a light sword, specifically a foil, épée, or sabre. There is evidence of swordplay from ancient times through the Middle Ages. In the 14th century swordplay became important in both war and the European gentleman's daily life, and by the 15th century guilds of fencing masters had formed. Strokes that were originally jealously guarded secrets of the individual guilds eventually became orthodox fencing moves. By the later 17th century various rules and conventions had been imposed. In modern competition except for sabre matches hits are made with the point only; in matches using foils and sabres, touches to only certain points of the opponents body are counted, whereas in épée no such restrictions apply. Each valid hit scores one or more points. Men's fencing was included in the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, women's in the 1924 games. Electrical scoring was introduced in 1936 to eliminate the frequent inaccuracy of human judgment
The act of building a fence
fencing mask
a face mask made of fine mesh that is worn over a fencer's face
fencing material
material for building fences
fencing sword
a sword used in the sport of fencing
fencing team
team that participates in fencing contests (fighting with swords or foils)
e-fencing
Fencing though the use of the internet to sell stolen merchandise
fence
A guard or guide on machinery
fence
A thin, human-constructed barrier which separates two pieces of land or a house perimeter

There was a weak place in the fence separating the two inclosures.

fence
To engage in the selling or buying of stolen goods
fence
To engage in (the sport) fencing

Challenges are flying right and left between these bully-swordsmen, these spadassinicides, and poor devils of the robe who have never learnt to fence with anything but a quill.

fence
(equestrian) To jump over a fence
fence
A middleman for transactions of stolen goods
fence
Skill in oral debate
fence
The art or practice of fencing

I bruised my shin th' other day with playing at sword and dagger with a master of fence.

fence
{v} to practice fencing, guard, defend, inclose
fence
If you fence an area of land, you surround it with a fence. The first task was to fence the wood to exclude sheep Thomas was playing in a little fenced area full of sand
fence
n pagar
fence
To jump over a fence
fence
A straight guide used to keep a board a set distance from a blade or other cutters
fence
A vertical obstacle In show jumping, the maximum height is 1 6 meters, and the fence is often made of materials such as hedges, fake stone, brick, planks, and poles In the three-day event, the fence is usually less than 1 2 meters high and it's made of natural materials that fit into the terrain
fence
a dealer in stolen property
fence
a barrier that serves to enclose an area a dealer in stolen property fight with fencing swords enclose with a fence; "we fenced in our yard"
fence
projection parallel to the wing chord that modifies the distribution of pressure
fence
A fence in show jumping or horse racing is an obstacle or barrier that horses have to jump over
fence
A boundary that designates multiple elements for simultaneous manipulation using fence tools
fence
To practice the art of attack and defense with the sword or with the foil, esp
fence
A fence is a barrier between two areas of land, made of wood or wire supported by posts. Villagers say the fence would restrict public access to the hills
fence
To inclose with a fence or other protection; to secure by an inclosure
fence
{i} railing; hedge; sport of fencing; ability to argue; one who sells stolen goods; vertical obstacle in show jumping (Sports)
fence
A long (short) underlying position, together with a long (short) out0of-the-money put and a short (long) out-of-the-money call All Options must expire at the same time
fence
A receiver of stolen goods, or a place where they are received
fence
a barrier that serves to enclose an area
fence
It is a vertical obstacle In show jumping, the maximum height is 1 6 meters, and the fence is often made of materials such as hedges, fake stone, brick, planks, and poles In the three-day event, the fence is usually less than 1 2 meters high and it is made of natural materials that fit into the terrain
fence
To fend off danger from; to give security to; to protect; to guard
fence
receive stolen goods
fence
enclose with a fence; "we fenced in our yard"
fence
n 1 A sequence of one or more distinguished ({out-of-band}) characters (or other data items), used to delimit a piece of data intended to be treated as a unit (the computer-science literature calls this a `sentinel') The NUL (ASCII 0000000) character that terminates strings in C is a fence Hex FF is also (though slightly less frequently) used this way See {zigamorph} 2 [among users of optimizing compilers] Any technique, usually exploiting knowledge about the compiler, that blocks certain optimizations Used when explicit mechanisms are not available or are overkill Typically a hack: "I call a dummy procedure there to force a flush of the optimizer's register-coloring info" can be expressed by the shorter "That's a fence procedure"
fence
The hearing threshold level above which a material impairment of hearing is considered to have occurred
fence
An accessory structure intended for use as a barrier to property ingress or egress, a screen from an objectionable vista, noise and/or for decorative use
fence
The place whence such a middleman operates
fence
surround with a wall in order to fortify
fence
a series of wells aligned in a row
fence
To defend or guard
fence
with the smallsword, using the point only
fence
That which fends off attack or danger; a defense; a protection; a cover; security; shield
fence
a guide for ripping lumber on a table saw
fence
The martial activity of fencing
fence
A middleman for transactions of stolen goods. Category: Occupations
fence
A horizontal line separating one or more footnotes from the body text of a page
fence
Decorative structure built to provide your horse something to chew on
fence
If you sit on the fence, you avoid supporting a particular side in a discussion or argument. They are sitting on the fence and refusing to commit themselves
fence
have an argument about something
fence
a small fixed aerodynamic device running fore and aft (chord-wise) on a wing or hull, usually on the upper surface; also "deck fence" or "deck trap," an upward extension of the sponson wall above the deck
fence
one with contacts & outlets to liquidate swag
fence
To make a defense; to guard one's self of anything, as against an attack; to give protection or security, as by a fence
fence
Self-defense by the use of the sword; the art and practice of fencing and sword play; hence, skill in debate and repartee
fence
To enclose, contain or separate by building fence
fence
The action, practice art or science of offensive and defensive swordplay
fence
a barrier that serves to enclose an area a dealer in stolen property fight with fencing swords enclose with a fence; "we fenced in our yard" receive stolen goods
fence
{f} enclose within a fence or other barrier; separate with a fence or other barrier; protect, guard; fight with swords; practice the sport of fencing; evade a question, respond in a vague manner; sell stolen goods; receive stolen goods
fence
An adjustable guide to keep the cutting edge of a tool set distance from the edge of a workpiece
fence
Hence, to fight or dispute in the manner of fencers, that is, by thrusting, guarding, parrying, etc
fence
1 A line of readout or tracking stations for pickup of signals from an orbiting satellite
fence
fight with fencing swords
fence
A guide fence is a ledge against which timber is passed to keep it on an even path
fence
An inclosure about a field or other space, or about any object; especially, an inclosing structure of wood, iron, or other material, intended to prevent intrusion from without or straying from within
fence
A long (short) underlying position together with a long (short) out-of-the-money put and a short (long) out-of-the-money call All options must expire at the same time
fence
Jack
fence
A projection on the bolt, which passes through the tumbler gates in locking and unlocking
fence
If one country tries to mend fences with another, it tries to end a disagreement or quarrel with the other country. You can also say that two countries mend fences. Washington was last night doing its best to mend fences with the Europeans, saying it understood their concerns
fence
An adjustable guide to set and maintain the workpiece to cutting tool distance
fencing
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