pedal

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الإنجليزية - التركية
pedal
(Tıp) Ayak veya ayaklarla ilgili
ayaklık
(Tıp) Herhangi bir alette ayak olarak nitelendirilen kısımla ilgili, bu kısma ait
{f} pedalla işletmek
bisiklet pedalı
pedal,v.pedal çevir: n.pedal
{f} pedala basmak
org veya piyano pedalı
pedallı
sürekli olarak kalın perdede çalın
ayak ve benzeriyle ilgili
ayakla işletilen manivela
{f} bisiklete binmek
ayakla işletmek
(isim) pedal
ayağa ait
{f} pedalla çalıştırmak
{f} pedal çevirmek
pedal notes müz
basarık
pedal ayaklik, pedal
pedalla işletmek
pedal point
(Muzik) Durak noktası
pedal pulse
ayaktan alınan nabız
pedal shaft
pedal mili
pedal to the metal
Ayağını gazdan çekmemek, gazlamak. "He always drives fast - pedal to the metal all the time."
pedal bin
pedallı çöp kovası
pedal brake
ayak freni
pedal pin
(Otomotiv) pedaal pimi
pedal pin
(Otomotiv) pedal pimi
pedal switch
ayak şalteri
brake pedal
oto fren pedalı
clutch pedal
kavrama pedalı
throttle pedal
gaz pedalı
accelerator pedal
gaz pedalı
back-pedal
pedalı geri çevirmek
back-pedal
caymak
brake pedal
eğleç pedalı
brake pedal
fren pedalı
brake pedal clearance
fren pedal boşluğu
brake pedal pull back spring
fren pedalı geri itme yayı
brake pedal shaft
fren pedalı mili
clutch pedal
debriyaj pedalı
clutch pedal adjusting collar
debriyaj pedalı ayar bileziği
clutch pedal free travel
debriyaj pedalı aralığı
clutch pedal link
debriyaj pedal mafsalı
clutch pedal rod
debriyaj pedalı kumanda çubuğu
gas pedal
gaz pedalı
back pedal
geri pedal
damper pedal
(Muzik) Uzatma pedalı
soft pedal
piyano pedalı
accelerator pedal depressed
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalına basılmış
accelerator pedal position
(Otomotiv) gaz pedal pozisyonu
accelerator pedal position
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı konumu
accelerator pedal support
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı desteği
accelerator pedal vibration
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalının titremesi
back pedal
{f} ayak frenine basmak (bisiklet)
back pedal
{f} sözünden dönmek
back pedal
{f} sözünü geri almak
back pedal
{f} geri pedal çevirmek
back pedal brake
ayak freni
back pedal brake
kontra fren
brake pedal
fren pedalı [aut.]
clutch pedal
oto. debriyaj pedalı
control pedal
(Tekstil) ayar pedalı
decelerator pedal
(İnşaat) gaz kesme pedalı
gas pedal
gaz pedalı [aut.]
inching pedal
(İnşaat) hassas kontrol pedalı
presser lifter pedal
(Tekstil) ayak kaldırma pedalı
pumping the gas pedal
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalını pompalama
put the pedal to the metal
(Argo) kökle
put the pedal to the metal
(Argo) gaza bas
put the pedal to the metal
(Argo) gazla
put the pedal to the metal
(Argo) hızlan
soft pedal
{f} ses yumuşatma pedalı
spongy pedal
(Otomotiv) süngerimsi pedal
throttle pedal sensor
gaz pedalı algılayıcısı
التركية - التركية
Bir makinede, bir araçta ayak yardımıyla dönmeyi veya hareketi sağlayan düzen, ayaklık
Büyük orglarda ayak tuşu
Ayaklık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of or relating to the foot
Concerning a foot or footlike part
To operate a pedal attached to a wheel in a continuous circular motion
To operate a bicycle
A lever operated by one's foot that is used to control a machine or mechanism, such as a bicycle or piano
a lever for the foot usually applied only to musical instruments, cycles, and other machines
{a} a foot high, belonging to a foot
{n} one of the large pipes of an organ
A lever operated by ones foot that is used to control a machine or mechanism, such as a bicycle or piano
a lever that is operated with the foot operate the pedals on a keyboard instrument of or relating to the feet; "the word for a pedal extremity is `foot'
a lever that is operated with the foot
When you pedal a bicycle, you push the pedals around with your feet to make it move. She climbed on her bike with a feeling of pride and pedalled the five miles home She was too tired to pedal back. see also back-pedal, soft-pedal
of, or relating to, the foot or feet
pertaining to the foot of a mollusk; as, the pedal ganglion
{i} lever that is used to operate a device
Applied to soil materials, most of which consists of peds
{f} press on a pedal; ride a bicycle
A device operated by the foot of the player which moves the registers, the buff stop, or the coupler In modern harpsichords, one pedal is usually provided for each register and one each for the buff stop and the coupler
A pedal in a car or on a machine is a lever that you press with your foot in order to control the car or machine. the brake or accelerator pedals
A lever or key acted on by the foot, as in the pianoforte to raise the dampers, or in the organ to open and close certain pipes; a treadle, as in a lathe or a bicycle
ride a bicycle
of or relating to the feet; "the word for a pedal extremity is `foot'"
operate the pedals on a keyboard instrument
Of or pertaining to a pedal; having pedals
Of or pertaining to the foot, or to feet, literally or figuratively; specifically Zoöl
-Describes a soil in which some or all of the soil material occurs in the form of peds in the moist state
A pedal curve or surface
ped·al pedals pedalling pedalled in AM, use pedaling, pedaled1. The pedals on a bicycle are the two parts that you push with your feet in order to make the bicycle move
Can refer to the Pedal division containing the pipes or the keys on which these pipes are played
a sustained bass note
lat " pedes " = foot; 1 Tastenreihe (keyboard), which is played with the feet 2 Abbreviation for pedal factory
use a foot-operated lever, as in: As I get older, it's getting harder to pedal my bicycle up the hill
pedal point
a sustained bass pitch
pedal pusher
cyclist
pedal pushers
plural form of pedal pusher
pedal pushers
women's slacks that end at the calves (originally worn by cyclists)
pedal steel guitar
The elements of an electric guitar, mounted horizontally on legs, that uses a combination of a steel bar and pedals to vary the pitch
pedal stool
Malapropism of pedestal
pedal point
(Muzik) A single tone usually the tonic or dominant that is normally sustained in the bass and sounds against changing harmonies in the other parts
pedal bin
A pedal bin is a container for waste, usually in a kitchen or bathroom. It has a lid which is controlled by a pedal that you press with your foot. a container for waste that has a lid which is opened by pressing part of it with your foot
pedal keyboard
A keyboard of pedals in an instrument such as a pipe organ
pedal piano
A piano with a pedal keyboard
pedal point
A note, usually in the bass and on the tonic or the dominant, sustained through harmonic changes in the other parts. Also called organ point
pedal point
a sustained bass note
pedal pusher
snug trousers ending at the calves; worn by women and girls
pedal pushers
Calf-length slacks worn by women and girls
pedal pushers
slim-cut pants which end mid-calf (popular during the 1950s and 1960s)
pedal steel
An electronically amplified guitar mounted on legs, with up to ten strings whose pitch can be altered by sliding a steel bar across them or by depressing pedals attached to them. Also called pedal steel guitar
pedal up
mount a bicycle, get on a bicycle
brake pedal
the pedal in a vehicle, usually a car, which operates the brakes
clutch pedal
A pedal in a car that modulates the clutch mechanism, via clutch plate pressure
gas pedal
Accelerator; foot control for fuel flow
put the pedal to the metal
To press the gas pedal to the maximum extent
put the pedal to the metal
To exert maximum effort
soft pedal
The leftmost foot-pedal on a piano
soft-pedal
Attempting to persuade without being obvious about it, by understating a position so the listener takes the good points as obvious
wah-wah pedal
A pedal for an electric guitar that mimics the sound of the human voice
accelerator pedal
A foot operated device which, directly or indirectly, controls the flow of fuel and/or air to the engine, controlling engine rpm Also called the gas pedal See Throttle
accelerator pedal
accelerator: a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas"
accelerator pedal
A foot-operated device for controlling the flow of fuel into the engine
back pedal
{f} pedal backwards; change one's opinion; (Boxing) pull back by quickly moving backward from opponent
back-pedal
The spelling backpedal is also used. The forms back-pedaling and back-pedaled are used in American English
back-pedal
If you back-pedal, you express a different or less forceful opinion about something from the one you have previously expressed. Allen back-pedalled, saying that he had had no intention of offending them He appeared to back-pedal on that statement. = backtrack
back-pedal
disapproval If you say that someone back-pedals, you disapprove of their behaviour because they are not doing what they promised. She's backpedaled twice already The cabinet may backpedal on these commitments. + back-pedalling back-pedalling Britain's back-pedalling on reforms
brake pedal
foot pedal that moves a piston in the master brake cylinder
brake pedal
device for slowing or stopping a vehicle
clutch pedal
(Otomotiv) On cars with manual transmissions, this is a pedal ("The third pedal") located on the floor of the car to the left of the brake pedal. When the clutch pedal is depressed, it disengages the clutch so the driver can change gears
clutch pedal
pedal in an auto which temporarily disengages the transmission while changing gears
clutch pedal
The pedal on manual transmission cars that operates the clutch
clutch pedal
On cars with manual transmissions, this is a pedal ("The third pedal") located on the floor of the car to the left of the brake pedal When the clutch pedal is depressed, it disengages the clutch so the driver can change gears
clutch pedal
a pedal that operates a clutch
damper pedal
{i} foot pedal on a piano that when pressed down with the foot raises the dampers and allows the strings to vibrate
free pedal play
(Otomotiv) The distance the clutch pedal can be depressed before it begins to disengage the clutch. About 3/4 to 1 inch of free pedal play is normally required to assure that the clutch will be fully engaged when not in use. Without free pedal play, the throw-out bearing, and/or the clutch, would wear out
gas pedal
The gas pedal is another name for the accelerator. the thing that you press with your foot to make a car go faster = accelerator
pedaled
US, past of pedal
pedaling
present participle of pedal
pedaling
{i} act of pressing pedals; operation of pedals
pedalled
UK, past of pedal
pedalling
UK, present participle of pedal
pedalling
{i} act of pressing pedals; operation of pedals
pedals
plural of pedal
pedals
third-person singular of pedal
soft pedal
A pedal used to mute tone, as on a piano
soft pedal
{f} play down, minimize, reduce importance, make less important; use the soft pedal in playing piano to reduce the volume of music
soft pedal
pedal on a piano that reduces musical tones
soft pedal
a pedal on a piano that moves the action closer to the strings and so soften the sound
soft-pedal
soft-pedal soft-pedals soft-pedalling soft-pedalled in AM, use soft-pedaling, soft-pedaled If you soft-pedal something, you deliberately reduce the amount of activity or pressure that you have been using to get something done or seen. He refused to soft-pedal an investigation into the scandal. to make something seem less important or less urgent than it really is
soft-pedal
play down or obscure; "His advisers soft-pedaled the president's blunder
sustaining pedal
a pedal on a piano that lifts the dampers from the strings and so allows them to continue vibrating
pedal

    الواصلة

    ped·al

    التركية النطق

    pedıl

    النطق

    /ˈpedəl/ /ˈpɛdəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'pe-d&l ] (noun.) 1611. From French pédale, Italian pedale, Latin pedālis

    الازمنة

    pedals, pedalling, pedalled

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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