guillotine

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} giyotin ile idam etmek
giyotinle idam etmek
giyotinle kafasını uçurmak
giyotin

Giyotin belirli ülkeler tarafından hâlâ kullanılıyor mu? - Is the guillotine still used by certain countries?

I. Charles giyotinle idam edildi. - Charles the First of England was guillotined.

bıçak
{f} giyotinle idam et
kâğıt kesme makinesi
muzakere tahdidi
(Tıp) Bademcikleri çıkarmakta kullanılan ve döner ir ustura vasıtasiyle ince dilimler kesebilen cerrahi alet
(fiil) giyotin ile idam etmek
{i} zaman kısıtlaması
kâğıt bıçağı
guillotine attenuator
giyotin zayiflatici
guillotine break
(Nükleer Bilimler) giyotin kesiği kırık
guillotine damper
jaluzi ayar damperi
guillotine scissors
giyotin makaslar
guillotine window
(İnşaat) düşey sürme pencere
guillotine window
(İnşaat) giyotin pencere
to guillotine
giyotinle idam etmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A cloture; a motion that debate be ended and a vote taken
A device used for cutting stacks of paper to straight edges, usually by means of a hinged blade attached to a flat platform
A machine used for the application of capital punishment by decapitation, consisting of a tall upright frame from which is suspended a heavy diagonal-edged blade
To execute, cut or cut short (a person, a stack of paper or a debate) by use of a guillotine
instrument of execution that consists of a weighted blade between two vertical poles; used for beheading people kill by cutting the head off with a guillotine; "The French guillotined many Vietnamese while they occupied the country
Parts are cut into individual pieces with equipment that uses a large blade to cut the final shape of the parts Similar to "sheared" but multiple sheets are cut with greater speeds and accuracy due to the automated nature of the equipment
An instrument for cutting by means of dropping a heavy blade between two grooved uprights
A device developed in France to inflict the death penalty through decapitation by the dropping of a weighted and sharp metal blade onto the restrained neck of a convict
Any machine or instrument for cutting or shearing, resembling in its action a guillotine
closure imposed on the debate of specific sections of a bill
a manual or electronic paper cutter with a straight blade, which raises and lowers with the downward action being the cutting portion of the cycle
A guillotine is a device used for cutting paper. Instrument for inflicting capital punishment by decapitation. A minimal wooden structure, it supported a heavy blade that, when released, slid down in vertical guides to sever the victim's head. It was introduced in France in 1792 in the French Revolution, though similar devices had been used in Scotland, England, and other European countries, often for executing criminals of noble birth. The name derived from a French physician and member of the National Assembly, Joseph-Ignace Guillotin (1738-1814), who was instrumental in passing a law requiring all sentences of death to be carried out "by means of a machine," so that execution by decapitation would no longer be confined to nobles and executions would be as painless as possible. The last execution by guillotine in France took place in 1977
A machine for beheading a person by one stroke of a heavy ax or blade, which slides in vertical guides, is raised by a cord, and let fall upon the neck of the victim
A guillotine is a device used to execute people, especially in France in the past. A sharp blade was raised up on a frame and dropped onto the person's neck. One after the other Danton, Robespierre and the rest went to the guillotine
If someone is guillotined, they are killed with a guillotine. After Marie Antoinette was guillotined, her lips moved in an attempt to speak
instrument of execution that consists of a weighted blade between two vertical poles; used for beheading people
a procedure which sets time limits on the passage of a bill or motion
A machine used for cutting stacks of paper to straight edges, usually by means of a hinged blade attached to a flat platform
To behead with the guillotine
Machine which trims the edges and cuts continuous stationery into single sheets
{f} put to death by guillotine (device for beheading)
{i} beheading device with a sharp blade which slides vertically in grooves (used mainly during the French Revolution);(British) paper cutter
a truly amazing display of coordination we like to show off at football games and pep rallies Name comes from the fact that someone may very well get his head knocked off if he screws up during the Guillotine Other sections try to copy us, but we accept no imitations Done to the tune of a drum cadence
Machine for cutting paper material to precise sizes
kill by cutting the head off with a guillotine; "The French guillotined many Vietnamese while they occupied the country"
Hume's Guillotine
The is–ought problem (Hume's Law or Hume's Guillotine) in meta-ethics as articulated by Scottish philosopher and historian David Hume (1711–76) is that many writers make claims about what ought to be on the basis of statements about what is. However, Hume found that there seems to be a significant difference between descriptive statements (about what is) and prescriptive or normative statements (about what ought to be), and it is not obvious how we can get from making descriptive statements to prescriptive
guillotined
past of guillotine
guillotines
plural of guillotine
guillotines
third-person singular of guillotine
guillotining
present participle of guillotine
guillotine

    الواصلة

    guil·lo·tine

    التركية النطق

    giyıtin

    النطق

    /ˈgēyəˌtēn/ /ˈɡiːjəˌtiːn/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'gi-l&-"tEn; "gE-(y)&- ] (noun.) 1793. From French guillotine, after Dr Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, who proposed its use for capital punishment.

    كلمة اليوم

    gastronome
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