hold off

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الإنجليزية - التركية
uzak tutmak
mesafe koymak
geri durmak
uzakta tutmak
(deyim) (genellikle hava) gecikmek,olmamak. hold someone /sth. off karsi durmak; yaklastirmamak
hold off angle
(Askeri) ilave nişan açısı
hold off angle
(Askeri) İLAVE NİŞAN AÇISI: Nişangahın tanzim edildiği mesafe, hedefe olan mesafeden daha kısa olduğu zaman, hedefe isabeti sağlayabilmek için, münferit silahta nişan noktasını değiştirmek suretiyle (örneğin ders atışlarında tam on ikiye nişan almayıp biraz daha aşağısına nişan almak gibi), alınan nişanda hedef-nişan hattı ile nişan noktası- nişan hattı arasında meydana gelen ilave açı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To delay commencing an action (until some specified time or event has passed)

Hold off on baking until I get there.

To delay commencing (an action until some specified time or event has passed)

Hold off baking until I get there.

To delay someone or something temporarily; to keep at bay

Let's try to hold off the lawyers until we are ready for them.

If you hold off doing something, you delay doing it or delay making a decision about it. The hospital staff held off taking Rosenbaum in for an X-ray They have threatened military action but held off until now
withstand, fight off; delay, postpone; keep at a distance; refrain from action
fight to a stand-off; "Dallas had enough of a lead to hold the Broncos back"
If you hold off a challenge in a race or competition, you do not allow someone to pass you. Between 1987 and 1990, Steffi Graf largely held off Navratilova's challenge for the crown
wait before acting
fight to a stand-off; "Dallas had enough of a lead to hold the Broncos back
A fixture or attachment intended to prevent direct contact between two objects

The ladder holdoff enabled him to clean the gutters easily without the ladder's weight damaging them.

A delay or forebearance

There was a three-month holdoff in the decision.

hold off

    التركية النطق

    hōld ôf


    /ˈhōld ˈôf/ /ˈhoʊld ˈɔːf/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'hOld ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English healdan; akin to Old High German haltan to hold, and perhaps to Latin celer rapid, Greek klonos agitation.

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