hurdle

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} engeli aşmak
{i} engel

Ortaokul öğrencilerinin İngilizce öğrenirken karşılaştıkları en büyük engellerden biri de bağ zamirleridir. - One of the greatest hurdles facing middle school students learning English is relative pronouns.

Sınava giren öğrencilerin en büyük engeli on dördüncü sorundu. - The biggest hurdle for pupils writing the exam was question fourteen.

{i} güçlük
çit
aşılması gereken güçlük
engel atlamak
etrafına parmaklık veya çit çevirmek
{i} sorun

Sınava giren öğrencilerin en büyük engeli on dördüncü sorundu. - The biggest hurdle for pupils writing the exam was question fourteen.

{f} halletmek
{i} parmaklık
high hurdles yüksek engel
{f} üstesinden gelmek
yüksek engelli 11
{i} yüksek engel
yarışta engel atlamak
{f} engelli koşu yapmak
{i} (yarışlarda) engel, mania
{i} yüksek engelli 110 metrelik koşu. low hurdles 1
dallardarı sepet gibi örülmüş portatif parmaklık veya engel
engel,v.engeli aş: n.engel
{f} çit çekmek
{i} yarış engeli
{i} çoğ. engelli yarış: high hurdles
engel sorun
hurdle filter
mekanik filtre
hurdle race
engelli yarış
hurdle rate
engel oranı
hurdle race
engelli/manialı koşu, engelli
hurdle race
engelli koşu
hurdle rate
(Ticaret) yarışma engeli oranı
hurdle technology
(Gıda) engeller teknolojisi
hurdle type scrubber
çit temizleyici
hurdle work
(Çevre) mania kurma
hurdler
maniacı
hurdler
engelci
hurdles
engelli yarış
hurdler
engelleyici
hurdling
{f} engelle
hurdling
{i} engelleme
jump a hurdle
engelden atla
clear this hurdle
engeli aşmak
fall at the first hurdle
(deyim) İlk seferinde/denemede başarısız olmak
hurdling
engelleyerek
brush wood hurdle
(Askeri) İKSA ÇİTİ: İksa duvarı olarak kullanılan, dikdörtgen şeklinde örülmüş çalı çiti
hurdler
engelli yarış binicisi
hurdler
engelli koşu koşan kimse
hurdler
{i} engelli koşu yarışçısı
hurdler
{i} engelli koşuya katılan yarışmacı, engelci, maniacı
jump a hurdle
engelden atlamak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To jump over something while running

He hurdled the bench in his rush to get away.

A movable frame of wattled twigs, osiers, or withes and stakes, or sometimes of iron, used for enclosing land, for folding sheep and cattle, for gates, etc.; also, in fortification, used as revetments, and for other purposes

The practice of folding sheep was general, and the purchase of hurdles was a regular charge in the shepherd's account.

A perceived obstacle
An artificial barrier, variously constructed, over which men or horses jump in a race
To overcome an obstacle
In England, a sled or crate on which criminals were formerly drawn to the place of execution. —Francis Bacon
To compete in the track and field events of hurdles (e.g. high hurdles)
{n} sticks woven together, a gate, a cradle
If you hurdle, you jump over something while you are running. He crossed the lawn and hurdled the short fence She learnt to hurdle by leaping over bales of hay on her family's farm
an obstacle that you are expected to overcome; "the last hurdle before graduation"
An artificial barrier, variously constructed, over which men or horses leap in a race
the act of jumping over an obstacle
In England, a sled or crate on which criminals were formerly drawn to the place of execution. -Bacon
a light movable barrier that competitors must leap over in certain races an obstacle that you are expected to overcome; "the last hurdle before graduation"
also, in fortification, used as revetments, and for other purposes
A movable frame of wattled twigs, osiers, or withes and stakes, or sometimes of iron, used for inclosing land, for folding sheep and cattle, for gates, etc
{i} barrier which must be jumped by a horse or runner; obstacle; difficulty
{f} jump over a barrier; surmount an obstacle
Hurdles is a race in which people have to jump over a number of obstacles, that are also called hurdles. You can use hurdles to refer to one or more races. Davis won the 400m. hurdles in a new Olympic time of 49.3 sec
jump a hurdle
a light movable barrier that competitors must leap over in certain races
In England, a sled or crate on which criminals were formerly drawn to the place of execution
To hedge, cover, make, or inclose with hurdles
A hurdle is a problem, difficulty, or part of a process that may prevent you from achieving something. Two-thirds of candidates fail at this first hurdle and are packed off home = obstacle
Hurdle Race
hurdles: a footrace in which contestant must negotiate a series of hurdles
hurdle rate
Indicates the rate of growth of the total assets necessary each year between now and the wind-up date if they are to be sufficient to repay the shareholders the set redemption price
hurdle rate
the percentage of customers demonstrating a certain level of the behavior being profiled Looking at Hurdle Rates for certain customer profiles over time is predictive of future strength or weakness in a business For more information on using Hurdle Rate techniques, read the advanced articles at the end of the Drilling Down tutorial
hurdle rate
A predetermined benchmark rate of return If the rate of return expected from the project or investment falls below the benchmark, investment is normally considered inadvisable
hurdle rate
The minimum return on investment or internal rate of return percentage a new product must meet or exceed as it goes through development
hurdle rate
A rate based on a preferred Return on Investment (ROI) that is determined by the investor to compensate for the risks related to the particular investment
hurdle rate
A minimum standard rate of return for acceptability as an investment
hurdle rate
The minimum investment return a fund must exceed before a performance allocation/incentive fee can be taken
hurdle rate
The internal rate of return that a fund must achieve before its general partners or managers may receive an increased interest in the proceeds of the fund Often, if the expected rate of return on an investment is below the hurdle rate, the project is not undertaken
hurdle rate
a minimum acceptable rate of return (set by management) for an investment (p 1111)
hurdle rate
the minimum rate of return on an investment
hurdle rate
The minimum desired rate of return used in a discounted-cash-flow analysis
hurdle rate
– The return above which a hedge fund manager begins taking incentive fees For example, if a fund has a hurdle rate of 10%, and the fund returns 25% for the year, the fund will only take incentive fees on the 15% return above the hurdle rate
hurdle rate
The minimum rate of return that management demands from a proposed project before that project will be accepted
hurdle rate
The discount rate (cost of capital ) which the IRR must exceed if a project is to be accepted
hurdle rate
a rate of interest that is used as a benchmark for appraising investment projects Projects are not approved unless their Internal Rate of Return (IRR) exceeds the hurdle rate [top of page] I Initial public offering - the first occasion upon which a company offers shares for sale in a public market
hurdle rate
- The return above which a hedge fund manager begins taking incentive fees   For example, if a fund has a hurdle rate of 10%, and the fund returns 25% for the year, the fund will only take incentive fees on the 15% return above the hurdle rate
hurdle rate
The expected rate of return on capital which a proposed project must meet in order to be accepted by management
hurdle rate
The expected rate of return on a potential investment that an investment manager demands before committing his money
hurdle rate
The minimum or required rate of return used in a discounted cash flow analysis when evaluating a proposed investment
hurdle rate
The required return in capital budgeting
hurdle rate
The required return in capital budgeting E g if the project has an expected rate of return greater than the hurdle rate, the project may be accepted
hurdle rate
The minimum required return on a project
hurdle rate
The required return in capital budgeting For example, if a project has an expected rate of return higher than the hurdle rate, the project may be accepted
hurdle rate
Any criterion or test figure that a new product must meet or exceed as it goes through development
fall at the final hurdle
Alternative form of fall at the last hurdle
fall at the last hurdle
To fail near the end of something
hurdler
An athlete who competes in the hurdling event
fall at the first hurdle
(deyim) Go wrong or fail at the first or an early stage
hurdler
A hurdler is an athlete who takes part in hurdles races
hurdler
an athlete who runs the hurdles
hurdler
{i} one who leaps over hurdles
hurdles
{i} footrace in which the competitors must jump over and pass a series of hurdles
hurdles
plural of hurdle
hurdles
a footrace in which contestant must negotiate a series of hurdles
hurdling
{i} footrace in which the competitors must jump over and pass a series of hurdles
hurdling
Track-and-field event, a footrace over a series of obstacles called hurdles. Runners must remain in assigned lanes throughout a race, and, though they may knock hurdles down while running over them, they may do so only with a leg or foot, not a hand. Modern hurdlers use a sprinting style between hurdles, display an exaggerated forward lean while clearing the hurdle, and then bring the trailing leg through at nearly a right angle to the body, which enables them to continue forward without breaking stride after clearing the hurdle. Hurdling distances are 110 m and 400 m for men and 100 m and 400 m for women
hurdling
A track and field running event where the runners have to jump over a number of hurdles
hurdling
present participle of hurdle
major hurdle
main obstacle, obstacle which poses the main threat
hurdle
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