piping

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Bilgisayar) küme komut işleme
kordone
boru döşeme
boru sistemi
(İnşaat,Teknik) boru işleri
borulanma
çalınan melodi boru ile
çok
yöneltme
ıslık çalan düdük gibi ses çıkaran
{s} kulak tırmalayıcı
{i} fitil
{i} kaval çalma
{i} şeritler
pasta üze- rine krema ile yapılan şerit şeklinde süs
{s} cırlak
(Nükleer Bilimler) boru donanımı
{s} huzur veren (zaman vb.)
{s} kaval çalan
{i} çalınan melodi (boru ile)
{i} kulak tırmalayıcı ses
{i} boru sistemi; (boru sistemine ait) borular
kulak tırmalayıcıpiping
(dos) yöneltme
{i} boru tesisatı
kaval ile çalınan hava
harç
{s} üfleyerek ses çıkaran
tiz
{i} boru çalma
(sıfat) kaval çalan, üfleyerek ses çıkaran, kulak tırmalayıcı, cırlak, huzur veren (zaman vb.), çok
{i} borular
kordon
huzur veren (zaman vb)
huzur veren
borulama
pipe
boru

Bizim su boruları patlamış. - Our water pipes burst.

Kırık borudan su aktı. - Water poured from the broken pipe.

piping dos
(Bilgisayar) yöneltme
piping hot
kaynar
piping hot
ateş gibi
piping hot
dumanı üstünde
Piping and Instrumentation Drawing
(Mühendislik) Borulama ve teçhizatın (enstrümantasyon) gösterildiği çizim
piping hot
çok sıcak
piping system
borulama sistemi
piping times
kez borulama
piping tom
bkz: peeping tomsee: peeping tom
piping and appurtenance
boru ve aksamı
piping diagram
(İnşaat) borulama çizgesi
piping hot
(deyim) cok sicak
piping hot
aşırı sıcak
piping plan
(İnşaat) borulama planı
piping system
boru ağı
piping system
boru devresi
piping system
boru düzeni
pipe
pipo

Tom pipo oymayı seviyor. - Tom likes carving pipes.

Ağzında bir pipoyla orada oturuyordu. - He was sitting there with a pipe in his mouth.

pipe
{i} kaval
pipe
{f} kaval çalmak
pipe
rulo
pipe
(Tekstil) biye
pipe
(Spor) pipe
pipe
rampa
pipe
tüttürmek
pipe
büz
pipe
boru-hortum
pipe
borularla getirmek
pipe
(Bilgisayar) veri yolu
pipe
boruyla taşımak
pipe
lüle

Bu pipo lüle taşından oyulmuş. - This pipe is carved from meerschaum.

process piping
proses borulaması
utility piping
şehir şebeke borulaması
engine exhaust piping system
motor eksoz borulama sistemi
pipe
borularla taşımak
pipe
(ç.) gayda
pipe
kaval/gayda çalmak
pipe
çubuk
return piping
dönüş borusu
a length of piping
(belirli uzunlukta) bir boru parçası
pipe
{f} düdük çalarak emretmek/çağırmak
pipe
{i} baca
pipe
boruk
return piping
dönüş borusu, dönüş hattı
ballast piping
boru devresi (safra için)
brine piping
salamura devresi boruları
connected piping
boru bağlantısı
diagonal piping
(Otomotiv) çapraz fren tertibatı
drainage piping
drenaj borulaması
effluent piping
boşaltma boru donanımı
external piping
(İnşaat) dış boru işleri
indoor piping
(İnşaat) iç borulama
inlet piping
(İnşaat) giriş boruları
internal piping
içten borulanma
local piping
lokal borulama
local piping
lokal payping
local piping
mevzi borulanma
local piping
yerel borulanma
municipal piping system
(İnşaat) belediye boru şebekesi
pipe
{f} boru hattıyla/borularla
pipe
bir çubukluk tütün
pipe
{i} dev şarap fıçısı (yakl. 400 lt.)
pipe
boru hattından sevketmek
pipe
org borusu
pipe
{f} boru ile taşımak
pipe
{f} boru çalmak
pipe
hülya pipe organ boru
pipe
gayda pipe clay lüleci çamuru
pipe
çubu

Nihayet, iki Kızılderili kabilenin şefleri savaş baltalarını gömmeye karar verdiler ve barış çubuğu tüttürdüler. - At long last, the two chiefs of the Indian tribes have decided to bury the hatchet and smoke the peace pipe.

pipe
{i} kuş sesi
pipe
{f} hopârlörle duyurmak
pipe
(isim) boru, pipo, kaval, düdük, baca, cıvıltı, kuş sesi, şarkı söyleyen ses, nefes borusu, dev şarap fıçısı (yakl. 400 lt.)
pipe
{f} ince sesle söylemek
pipe
{f} ıslık çalmak
pipe
silistre ile verilen kumanda
pipe
boru,v.boruyla taşı: n.boru
pipe
pipe dream boş emel
pipe
{f} şeritle süslemek
pipe
ıslık çal
pipe
{i} nefes borusu
pipe
sutaşı geçirmek
pipe
cıvıltı
pipe
şarkı söyleyen ses
pipe
düdük
pipe
silistre
pipe
{f} düdük çalmak
pipe
550 litrelik şarap fıçısı
steam piping
buhar tesisatı borulaması
with a piping
fitilli
yard piping
alan boru işleri
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Piped icing on a cake
An act of making music or noise with pipes
An ornamentation on pastry edges and seams
An ornamentation on the edges of a garment
The sound of musical pipes
High-pitched

His piping voice could be heard above the hubbub.

Present participle of pipe
A system of pipes that compose a structure
{a} quite, very
{n} a playing on a pipe, a whining noise
{a} weak, feeble, hot
(used of heat) extremely; "the casserole was piping hot"
Pipes, collectively; as, the piping of a house
{i} hoses, tubing; system of pipes, plumbing; whistling, chirping; cord-like trimming sewn along the edges of seams
a process of subsurface erosion in which surface runoff flows along the outside of a culvert and with sufficient hydraulic gradient erodes and carries away soil around the culvert
Piping is metal, plastic, or another substance made in the shape of a pipe or tube. rolls of bright yellow plastic piping
The act of playing on a pipe; the shrill noted of birds, etc
Simmering; boiling; sizzling; hissing; from the sound of boiling fluids
Icing decorations like dotted swiss, basketweave, latticework, and shells Icing comes out of a pastry bag fitted with different tips to create these different looks, which can range from simple polka dots to a layered weave that you'd swear is a wicker basket
a thin strip of covered cord used to edge hems
a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc
A feature that allows the output of a program as it is displayed on the screen to be used as input to another program without reentering the data on the keyboard
  Moving water forms subsurface tunnels or pipelike cavities in the soil Profile, soil   A vertical section of the soil extending through all its horizons and into the parent material
playing a pipe or the bagpipes a thin strip of covered cord used to edge hems resembling the music of a pipe; "the piping voices of children" (used of heat) extremely; "the casserole was piping hot
resembling the music of a pipe; "the piping voices of children"
(used of heat) extremely; "the casserole was piping hot
playing a pipe or the bagpipes
Emitting a high, shrill sound
The erosion of embankment or foundation material (soil) due to leakage The action of water passing through or under an embankment dam and carrying with it to the surface at the downstream face some of the finer material The progressive removal of soil particles from a mass by percolating water leading to the development of channels The progressive development of internal erosion by seepage, appearing downstream as a hole discharging water The process of conveying erodible embankment or foundation materials through a continuous, open "pipe" which is able to maintain a self-supported roof The pipe normally begins at an unprotected exit and works it's way upstream (up gradient) along an erodible flow path until the reservoir is reached The filter buttresses will be installed at all four dams as an improvement for preventing piping
playing a pipe or the bagpipes a thin strip of covered cord used to edge hems resembling the music of a pipe; "the piping voices of children"
Subsurface tunnels or pipelike cavities are formed by water moving through the soil
The progressive development of internal erosion by seepage, appearing downstream as a hole or seam discharging water that contains soil particles
Playing on a musical pipe
Peaceful; favorable to, or characterized by, the music of the pipe rather than of the drum and fife
A narrow strip of leather or cloth folded and inserted at the edge of a seam
(n) A specialized engineering field for the design of fluid and gas-carrying piping systems for process plants and other industrial and commercial structures
{s} whistling; shrill, high-pitched
To dab away moisture
Erosion of closed flow channels (tunnels) by the passage of water through soil; flow underneath structures, carrying subsoil particles, may endanger the stability of the structure
A small cord covered with cloth, used as trimming for women's dresses
A piece cut off to be set or planted; a cutting; also, propagation by cuttings
water flowing along the outside of a culvert This can lead to erosion and failure
piping bag
A cloth bag shaped like a cone with a small hole at the tapered end. It's used with a metal (or similar) nozzle for squeezing out various kinds of pastes in cooking, for example icing for decoration
piping hot
Very hot

Don't touch the pie! It's piping hot, straight out of the oven..

piping bag
A pastry bag that is used to pipe semi-solid foods by pressing them through a narrow opening at one end, for many purposes including cake decoration. It is filled through a wider opening at the opposite end, rolled or twisted closed, and then squeezed to extrude its contents
piping crow
crow-sized black-and-white bird; a good mimic often caged
piping guan
a kind of guan
piping hot
Food or water that is piping hot is very hot. large cups of piping-hot coffee
piping hot
very hot, extremely hot, scalding
piping plover
small plover of eastern North America
piping times
relaxing days, days of leisure
pipe
A rigid tube that transports water, steam, or other fluid, as used in plumbing and numerous other applications
pipe
To signal or order by a note pattern on a bosun's pipe
pipe
To decorate (a cake) using a pastry bag, a flexible bag from which icing is forced through a small nozzle to make various designs

This means a quantity of runouts can be made in advance, allowing more time to flat ice and pipe the cake.

pipe
An English measure of capacity for liquids, containing 126 wine gallons; half a tun
pipe
A hollow stem with bowl at one end used for smoking, especially a tobacco pipe but also including various other forms such as a water pipe
pipe
An anonymous satire or essay, insulting and frequently libelous, written on a piece of paper and left somewhere public where it could be found and thus spread, to embarrass the author's enemies

1818: yet, it is much to be hoped, that from his example pipe-making will in future be reposed solely in the hands of Mr. William Cluer of the Brickfield Hill. — Sydney Gazette, 26 September 1818, on William Bland convicted of libelling Governor Macquarie in a pipe (William Cluer was an earthenware pipe manufacturer). Quoted in More Pig Bites Baby! Stories from Australia's First Newspaper, volume 2, ed. Micahel Connor, Duffy and Snellgrove, 2004, ISBN 1-876631-91-0.

pipe
To install or configure with pipes
pipe
A mechanism that enables one program to communicate with another by sending its output to the other as input
pipe
A wind instrument making a whistling sound. (see pan pipes, bagpipe, boatswain's pipe)
pipe
A vertical conduit through the Earth's crust below a volcano, through which magma has passed; often filled with volcanic breccia
pipe
To dab away moisture from

Our chimney was a square hole in the roof: it was but a little part of the smoke that found its way out, and the rest eddied about the house, and kept us coughing and piping the eye.

pipe
To directly feed (the output of one program) as input to another program by use of the pipe character
pipe
One of the goalposts of the goal
pipe
A data backbone, or broadband Internet access

A fat pipe is a high-bandwidth connection.

pipe
The character |
pipe
To shout loudly

Ar-cher! Ja-cob! Johnny piped after her, pivoting round on his heel.

pipe
To lead or conduct as if by pipes, especially by wired transmission
pipe
To decorate with piping
pipe
A type of pasta, similar to macaroni
pipe
To convey or transport (something) by means of pipes
pipe
To play music on a pipe instrument, such as a bagpipe
pipe
{n} a tube, musical instrument, a hogshead
pipe
{v} to play on a pipe, play, cry, whine, moan
adverb piping 2
piping hot piping hot liquid or food is very hot
pipe
by means of signals on a pipe or whistle carried by a boatswain
pipe
A hollow tube that transports water, steam, or other liquid; usually made of metal, ceramic, wood, or plastic
pipe
A cask usually containing two hogsheads, or 126 wine gallons; also, the quantity which it contains
pipe
To install or configure pipes
pipe
a tubular wind instrument
pipe
To decorate a cake using a pastry bag a flexible bag from which icing is forced through a small nozzle to make various designs
pipe
An operating system object that represents a communications connection to a program on the same computer Strictly speaking, a pipe does not have to have a filesystem entry; the pipes you make on the command line with the | character are an example Pipes that do appear in the file system are called Fifos
pipe
a hollow cylindrical shape
pipe
A large cask with its contents, containing the volume of four barrels, or 126 gallons
pipe
A cavity formed by shrinkage of the metal during solidification, usually occurring in a riser having feeder metal for the casting
pipe
A small bowl with a hollow steam, used in smoking tobacco, and, sometimes, other substances
pipe
To play on a pipe, fife, flute, or other tubular wind instrument of music
pipe
A defect that arises during the solidification of steel in the ingot mould As steel contracts on solidification a central cavity forms in the upper portion of the ingot, if this is not completely removed before rolling into bars a central defect known as "pipe" results The risk of piping is considerably reduced on continuously cast steel due to molten steel being available to fill any shrinkage cavity
pipe
The bagpipe; as, the pipes of Lucknow
pipe
(1) (n ) The software connection between two programs (2) (n ) The UNIX® operator (|) that makes the output of one command or program into the input of another (3) (v ) To make the output of one command or program into the input of another
pipe
A vertical conduit through the Earths crust below a volcano, through which magma has passed; often filled with volcanic breccia
pipe
A boatswain's whistle, used to call the crew to their duties; also, the sound of it
pipe
To direct data so that the output from one process becomes the input to another process The standard output of one command can be connected to the standard input of another with the pipe operator (|) Two commands connected in this way constitute a pipeline IBM
pipe
trim with piping; "pipe the skirt"
pipe
A passageway for the air in speaking and breathing; the windpipe, or one of its divisions
pipe
In UNIX, a "first-in, first-out" (FIFO) interprocess communication channel, typically used to pass the standard output of one command into the standard input of another command running simultaneously Sometimes, processes may open their own pipes to other commands they start
pipe
A tubular cavity projecting down from the surface into karst rocks Often filled with earth etc Karst - Depression Features of Ref JJ
pipe
To become hollow in the process of solodifying; said of an ingot, as of steel
pipe
Decorative edging stitched to the hems or seams of an object made of fabric (clothing, hats, pillows, curtains, etc.); often a contrasting color
pipe
A roll formerly used in the English exchequer, otherwise called the Great Roll, on which were taken down the accounts of debts to the king; so called because put together like a pipe
pipe
An operating system feature that redirects a stream of data-typically the output from a command-into another command that can process or massage it before directing to its own output interface
pipe
To call, convey orders, etc
pipe
If liquid or gas is piped somewhere, it is transferred from one place to another through a pipe. The heated gas is piped through a coil surrounded by water The villagers piped in drinking water from the reservoir Most of the houses in the capital don't have piped water. see also piping, piping hot. peace pipe sacred pipe Dutchman's pipe Indian pipe Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
pipe
The ASCII character at position 124 (decimal), 7C (hex), 01111100 (binary): " | "
pipe
A hollow tube used to produce sound, such as an organ pipe
pipe
An anonymous satire or essay, insulting and frequently libelous, written on a piece of paper and left somewhere public where it could be found and thus spread, to embarrass the authors enemies
pipe
Anglo-Saxon pip, a pipe or flute Put that into your pipe and smoke it Digest that, if you can An expression used by one who has given an adversary a severe rebuke The allusion is to the pipes of peace and war smoked by the American Indians Put your pipe out Spoil your piping or singing; make you sing another tune, or in another key “Take your shine out” has a similar force As you pipe, I must dance I must accommodate myself to your wishes To pipe your eye To snivel; to cry
pipe
The peeping whistle, call, or note of a bird
pipe
to utter in the shrill tone of a pipe
pipe
A hollow stem with bowl at one end used for smoking (see also water pipe or bong)
pipe
play on a pipe; "pipe a tune"
pipe
{i} tube; tube used for smoking tobacco; windpipe, trachea; flute; whistle; whistling sound, toot; character which instructs an operating system to direct output of one program to the input of another program (Computers)
pipe
To extrude food though a pastry bag to garnish or decorate May be used for mashed potatoes or other vegetables, whipped cream, cake frosting, etc
pipe
To emit or have a shrill sound like that of a pipe; to whistle
pipe
{f} convey a fluid through pipes, transport a liquid through pipes; make a high-pitched sound, make a shrill sound
pipe
The key or sound of the voice
pipe
The | character used to redirect the output of one command so that it becomes the input of another command
pipe
An English measure of capacity for liquids, containing 126 wine gallons; half a ton
pipe
A hollow cylinder of metal used for the conveyance of water or gas or used as a structural column which comes in sizes of standard, extra strong and double-extra strong
pipe
Any long tube or hollow body of wood, metal, earthenware, or the like: especially, one used as a conductor of water, steam, gas, etc
pipe
Renders the visual data, contained in the viewing frustum, to a window
pipe
In Unix, the pipe character signifies that the output of one program feeds directly as input to another program
pipe
transport by pipeline; "pipe oil, water, and gas into the desert"
pipe
something to which instructions can be issued by the dispatcher, to produce a result at some later time A given pipe usually executes only one class of instructions ("integer instructions", "branches", "stores"), though the degree of specialism varies across chips from "all operations using the FP registers" down to "integer multiplication only"
pipe
A data structure which connects a file handle in one process to a file handle in another; by convention stdout of one process to stdin of the next Established on the shell command line by the '|' symbol
pipe
transport by pipeline; "pipe oil, water, and gas into the desert
pipe
To call or direct, as a crew, by the boatswain's whistle
pipe
A data backbone, or broadband Internet access (e.g., a "fat pipe" refers to a high-bandwidth connection)
pipe
the flues and stops on a pipe organ
pipe
A wind instrument making a whistling sound. (see pan pipes, bagpipe, boatswains pipe)
pipe
a method of connecting two commands so that the standard output from one command becomes the standard input for the next command Represented in the shell language by the vertical bar character ( | ), as in pr tortoise | lp
pipe
A wind instrument of music, consisting of a tube or tubes of straw, reed, wood, or metal; any tube which produces musical sounds; as, a shepherd's pipe; the pipe of an organ
pipe
To furnish or equip with pipes; as, to pipe an engine, or a building
pipe
A linkage between two program components One component acts as a source of data, and writes into the pipe A second components acts as a receiver (sink) for the data and reads from the pipe See PipedInputStream and PipedOutputStream
pipe
To force a soft mixture through a small nozzle to give a decorative effect Usually used for icing
pipe
To convey or transport something by means of pipes
pipe
An organ pipe is one of the long hollow tubes in which air vibrates and produces a musical note
pipe
A special kind of exhaust which allows the most power to be developed by the KT-100 It is connected to the cylinder via the flex Since this is the least restrictive kind of exhaust, it is used in the fastest classes of 2-cycle racing
pipe
as used in this book, pipe generally refers to the bandwidth of the connection in use between a workstation and the Internet (or the server on the other end of the connection, actually)
pipe
a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc
pipe
a tube with a small bowl at one end; used for smoking tobacco
pipe
The heart of home plumbing systems is pipe, whether for supply or waste drainage Waste piping is always larger than water pipes, which tend to be smaller than 1" in dimension Normal inventory consists of four kinds of pipesteel, plastic, copper and soil Sizes for Wrought Iron & Steel Pipe Nominal Size in Inches Outside Diameter in Inches Inside Diameter in Inches No of Threads Per Inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1-1/4 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 0 540 0 675 0 840 1 050 1 315 1 660 1 900 2 375 2 875 0 364 0 493 0 622 0 824 1 049 1 380 1 610 2 067 2 468 18 18 14 14 11-1/2 11-1/2 11-1/2 11-1/2 8
pipe
A pipe is a simple musical instrument in the shape of a tube with holes in it. You play a pipe by blowing into it while covering and uncovering the holes with your fingers
pipe
To perform, as a tune, by playing on a pipe, flute, fife, etc
pipe
A portion of memory that can be used by one process to pass information along to another
pipe
A way of connecting two programs together so that the output of one program becomes the input of another
pipe
A pipe is a long, round, hollow object, usually made of metal or plastic, through which a liquid or gas can flow. They had accidentally damaged a gas pipe while drilling
pipe
An elongated body or vein of ore
pipe
A pipe is an object which is used for smoking tobacco. You put the tobacco into the cup-shaped part at the end of the pipe, light it, and breathe in the smoke through a narrow tube
pipe
The central cavity formed by contraction in metal, especially ingots, during solidification The defect in wrought or cast products resulting from such a cavity An extrusion defect due to the oxidized surface of the billet flowing toward the center of the rod at the back end A tubular metal product, cast or wrought
pipe
utter a shrill cry
pipe
a tube with a small bowl at one end; used for smoking tobacco a tubular wind instrument a hollow cylindrical shape trim with piping; "pipe the skirt" play on a pipe; "pipe a tune" transport by pipeline; "pipe oil, water, and gas into the desert
pipe
To signal or order by a note pattern on a bosuns pipe
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف piping في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

pipe
(Spor) pipe
sıcak sıcak piping hot
(food)
piping
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