girdle

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kuşak
kemer
{f} kuşakla sar
korse
bütün korse
(Tıp) Kuşak kemer
ağacın üzerinde kuşak şeklinde kabuğu soyarak yapılan halka
halka/kuşak/korsa
{f} kuşak ile sarmak
kuşakla sarmak
kuşak gibi saran herhangi bir şey
yüzük kaşı
kabuğunu soyarak ağacı kurutmak
{i} eklem desteği
çevrelemek
kuşatmak
hip girdle
(Anatomi) kalça kemeri
pelvic girdle
(Denizbilim) pelvik kemer
pectoral girdle
göğüs kemeri
pelvic girdle
pelvis kemeri
shoulder girdle
omuz kemeri
girdling
(Tarım) Asmalarda salkımlarde verim ve kaliteyi artırmak, tane iriliğini artırmak için yapılan yaz budaması işlemlerinden "bilezik alma" işlemidir

Girdling and topping are improved cluster quality in vineyard.

pelvic girdle
pelvik kuşak
wearing a zone, or girdle
bir bölge veya kuşak giyiyor
woman's girdle with panties
külot ile kadın kuşak
girdled
kuşaklı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The zodiac; also, the equator
A thin bed or stratum of stone
The line of greatest circumference of a brilliant-cut diamond, at which it is grasped by the setting
To kill or stunt a tree by removing or inverting a ring of bark
To gird, encircle, or constrain by such means
That which girds, encircles, or encloses; a circumference
A belt; especially, a belt, sash, or article of dress encircling the body usually at the waist, often used to support stockings or hosiery
The clitellum of an earthworm
{v} to bi with a girdle in America, to cut a ring through the bark and sap of trees to kill them
{n} a thing tied round the waist
a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers an encircling or ringlike structure put a girdle on or around; "gird your loins"
put a girdle on or around; "gird your loins"
through the bark and alburnum, thus killing it
The girdle is the widest perimeter of a gemstone GLYPTOGRAPHY Glyptography is the art of engraving gemstones, making intaglio and cameos Stones are engraved using grindstones with powdered emory or diamond as an abrasive
To inclose; to environ; to shut in
To destroy the conductive tissue of a tree in a ring around the bole
A method of killing unwanted trees, by cutting through the living tissues around the bole Can be used instead of cutting to prevent felling damage to nearby trees Girdled trees can provide cavities and dead wood for wildlife and insects
A large principal beam or stell, reinforced concrete, wood, or combination of these, used toi support other structual members at isolated points along its lenght
Encircling the bole of a living tree with cuts that sever the bark and cambium and kill the tree
The line ofgreatest circumference of a brilliant-cut diamond, at which it is grasped by the setting
> The plane between a diamond's crown and pavilion, it is the widest circumference of a circular-cut diamond
{f} put on a belt, encircle; go around something or someone in a circle; surround; cut a ring of bark from a tree
a woman's close-fitting foundation garment
The clitellus of an earthworm
That which girds, encircles, or incloses; a circumference; a belt; esp
The Goddess Athene has a girdle which made men fall in love with her
of Brilliant
A griddle
To bind with a belt or sash; to gird
{i} corset, tight-fitting undergarment (generally worn by women); sash, belt; something which surrounds or encircles
A girdle is a piece of women's underwear that fits tightly around the stomach and hips. a piece of women's underwear which fits tightly around her stomach, bottom, and hips and makes her look thinner. to surround something
cut a girdle around so as to kill by interrupting the circulation of water and nutrients; "girdle the plant
To encircle the stem of a living tree with cuts that completely sever bark and cambium and often are carried well into the outer sapwood, for the purpose of killing the tree by preventing passage of nutrients or by introducing toxic materials Besides girdling proper, or removal of bark and cambium in a band of appreciable width girdling may take several forms, viz: 1) Hacking or frilling - A single line of overlapping downward axe cuts, leaving a frill into which toxic materials may be poured 2) Double hacking - Girdling by means of a double frill cut around the tree and the removal of the chips between them 3) Notching - Ringing the tree with notches cut well into the sapwood 4) Stripping - Peeling off a band of bark completely around the tree
The outermost/widest edge of a diamond This is usually the area in which the setting is mounted
a belt, sash, or article of dress encircling the body usually at the waist; a cestus
To make a cut or gnaw a groove around a tree, etc
a belt or sash worn at the waist; figures appear with a variety of objects "at" or "under" their girdles: a bottle (Lovesick Court, 99), "a black Box" (Fine Companion, B3v), books (Puritan, B2v), looking glasses (City Madam, 1 1 46; Fancies Chaste and Noble, A4v); a clown enters "with his girdle full of shoes" (Famous Victories, F4r), and a "devil like a Sergeant" appears "with a mace under his girdle" (Devil's Charter, A2v); actions include "draws the naked Dagger from his girdle and shakes it" (Twins, E2v) and an attempt by a figure who has climbed a tree to reach "one Apple that grows highest": "He stands fishing with his girdle for it" (Old Fortunatus, 4 1 85); a related verb occurs once as part of a conversion ceremony where the chief priest "puts on his Turban and Robe, girds his sword, then swears him on the Mahomet's head, ungirds his sword" (Christian Turned Turk, F2v)
an encircling or ringlike structure
a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
(1 ) Heb hagor, a girdle of any kind worn by soldiers (1 Sam 18: 4; 2 Sam 20: 8; 1 Kings 2: 5; 2 Kings 3: 21) or women (Isa 3: 24)
cut a girdle around so as to kill by interrupting the circulation of water and nutrients; "girdle the plant"
The circumference of a diamond at it's widest point
The narrow band around the widest part of a diamond The setting in a piece of jewelry usually grasps the diamond around the girdle
To encircle a tree with ax cuts or a saw kerf to sever the bark and cambium layer, thus killing the tree An ancient method of land clearing Most often encountered in the North Country as the work of rodents and the occasional mindless camper
The girdle is the outermost edge of the diamond between the crown and the pavilion Growth or grain lines These can be considered internal flaws, and can often be seen only by rotating the diamond very slowly They can appear and disappear almost instantaneously They appear as small lines or planes within the diamond Gypsy setting The Gypsy setting is predominantly used for men's jewelry The band is one continuous piece that gets thicker at the top The top is dome shaped and the stone is inserted in the middle Illusion setting This setting is more intricate than others in that it surrounds the stone to make it appear larger The metal that surrounds the stone usually has an interesting design
panty girdle
A type of control garment for women consisting of underpants with a built-in elasticated corset

It's belted waists and pencil skirts again, which means the ghastly panty-girdles and roll-ons have returned, only this time they're called control knickers.

pectoral girdle
The bony or cartilaginous assembly that supports the forelimbs in vertebrates
shoulder girdle
The human pectoral girdle, consisting of the collarbones and shoulder blades
limb-girdle
(Tıp, İlaç) Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy or Erb's muscular dystrophy is a type of muscular dystrophy that includes Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Becker's muscular dystrophy, and a large number of rarer disorders. The term "limb-girdle" is used to describe these disorders because the muscles most severely affected are generally those of the hips and shoulders -- the limb girdle muscles
limb-girdle muscular dystrophy
(Tıp, İlaç) Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy or Erb's muscular dystrophy is a type of muscular dystrophy that includes Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Becker's muscular dystrophy, and a large number of rarer disorders
shoulder girdle crossed syndrome
(Tıp, İlaç) Proximal syndrome, upper-crossed syndrome
A girdle
ceint
A girdle
seint
To girdle
bark
Venus girdle
A large ribbon-shaped ctenophore (Cestum veneris) having a jellylike bluish-green iridescent body
girdled
past of girdle
girdles
plural of , girdle
girdles
third-person singular of girdle
girdling
present participle of girdle
limb-girdle muscular dystrophy
an autosomal recessive form of muscular dystrophy that appears anywhere from late childhood to middle age; characterized by progressive muscular weakness beginning either in the shoulder or pelvic girdle; usually progresses slowly with cardiopulmonary complications in the later stages
pantie girdle
woman's girdle with panties
panty girdle
a woman's undergarment that combines a girdle and panties
pectoral girdle
a skeletal support to which the forelimbs of vertebrates are attached
pectoral girdle
A bony or cartilaginous structure in vertebrates, attached to and supporting the forelimbs or anterior fins. Also called pectoral arch
pelvic girdle
the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates
pelvic girdle
A bony or cartilaginous structure in vertebrates, attached to and supporting the hind limbs or fins. Also called pelvic arch
shoulder girdle
The pectoral girdle, especially of a human
shoulder girdle
the bony arch formed by the collarbones and shoulder blades in humans
venus's girdle
ctenophore having a ribbon-shaped iridescent gelatinous body
girdle
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