rib

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} pervaz
{i} kiriş
matrak geçmek
(Arkeoloji) kemer kaburgası
(Tekstil) ribana
diş
kuşak
kotlet
(Anatomi) eğe
pirzola
takılmak
şemsiye teli
kafaya almak
kaburga

Az önce bir kaburga kırdım. - I just cracked a rib.

O, kaburgalarıma dirsek vurdu. - He elbowed me in the ribs.

dalga geçmek
kaburga kemiği
yaprak damarı
kosta
(Tıp) 1. Kosta, kaburga (kemiği); . Eğe kemiği
posta
ıskarmoz koymak
{i} (Anatomi) kaburga, eğe
{f} çubuklarla desteklemek
{i} fitil (kumaş)
{i} çubuk
{i} zevce
{i} nervür (kumaş)
lata ile kuvvetlendirmek
etin kaburgadan olan kısmı
saka zevce
ıskarmoz
{f} k.dili. (kendisini kızdırmayacak bir şekilde) -e
{i} (Botanik) yaprak damarı
{i} hanım
kosta,v.dalga geç: n.kaburga
şaka
{f} kafa bulmak
(Tekstil) kumaşta çıkıntılı yol
nervür
(Otomotiv) düz diş
(Tekstil) rib
eğe kemiği
rib cage
(Tıp) gögüs kafesi
rib frame
(Askeri) ıskarmoz
rib of beef
(Gıda) sığır kotlet
rib steak
antrkot
rib cage
göğüs kafesi
rib bone
Kaburga kemiği
rib cage muscles
kaburga kasları
rib eye
Sığırın kaburgasının dış kısmından çıkarılan biftek
rib eye steak
Sığırın kaburgasının dış kısmından çıkarılan biftek
rib hump
(Tıp, İlaç) Gibozite
rib so.
kaburga öyle
rib stitch
Yivli dikiş
rib vault
(Mimarlık) Kaburgalı tonoz, özellikle Gotik katedrallerde görülen bir tıp tonoz
rib-cage
kaburga kemiği kafes
rib bones of a large fish
gelmiç
rib border
(Tekstil) ribana kenar
rib eye steak
(isim) domuz kaburga eti
rib eye steak
{i} domuz kaburga eti
rib formwork
nervür kalıbı
rib knit
(Tekstil) ribana örgü
rib of spring leaf
susta yaprağı ripesi
rib rifling
(Askeri) EŞİT GENİŞLİKTE YİV VE SETLER: Bir namlu içinden geçen ve genişlikleri birbirine eşit olan yiv ve setler
rib roast
pirzola
rib shuttering
nervür kalıbı
rib spacing
nervür mesafesi
rib type
(Otomotiv) düz tip
rib undercutting
kuşak ayrılması
ribs
(Tıp) kaburga kemiği
ribs
(Gıda) kaburga

Tom biraz mangalda kaburga yedi. - Tom ate some barbecued ribs.

Tom birkaç kaburga kırmış gibi görünüyor. - It looks like Tom has broken a couple of ribs.

spare rib
(Gıda) kaburga
aileron rib
kanatçık siniri
floating rib
göğüs kemiğine ulaşmayan kaburga kemiği
intermediate rib
ara sinir
ribbed
yivli
ribbed
{f} dalga geç
ribbed
nervürlü
ribs
nervür
broken rib
Kırık kaburga
fin rib
stabilize sınırı
nose rib
burun sınırı
ottoman rib
otoman
pertaining to a rib
bir kaburga ile ilgili
ribbed
desteklenmiş
short rib
kısa kaburga
solid rib
yekpare sınır, yekpare profil
spare rib
Yedek kaburga
box rib
(Havacılık) kutu nervür
butt rib
(Havacılık) kok nervür
cooling rib
(Otomotiv) soğutucu kanalı
facing rib
yarım sinir
facing rib
sinir desteği
floating rib
(isim) ucu bağımsız kaburga kemiği
floating rib
{i} ucu bağımsız kaburga kemiği
jack rib
kabartma kuşak
peeled rib
soyulmuş kuşak
rear wall rib
arka duvar pervazı
reinforcing rib
(İnşaat) tonoz kaburgası
rib cage
kaburga
ribbed
fitilli
ribbed
kaburgalı
ribbed
çıkıntılı
ribbed
damarlı
ribbed
dalga geçilen
ribbing
azarlama
ribbing
{i} fırça atma
ribbing
kaburgalar şeklinde
ribbing
ıskarmozlar
ribbing
şerit düzenlenmesi
ribbing
takıl
ribbing
nervür
ribbing
(isim) kaburgalar, azarlama, fırça atma
ribs
(Tıp) Arka kısımda oniki adet göğüs omuru ile ekem yaparak göğüs kafesini meydana getiren oniki çift kemik, kaburgalardır, ön tarafta birer kıkırdak bölüm aracılığıyla, sternuma birleşirler
ridge rib
(İnşaat) mahya pervazı
ridge rib
(İnşaat) çatı omurga kirişi
scruff rib
(Otomotiv) sürtünme koruma şeridi
stiffening rib
stifner
stiffening rib
berkitme kaburgası
transverse rib
enine nervür
weft rib
(Tekstil) atkı pervazı
التركية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The main, or any of the prominent veins of a leaf
A stalk of celery
A cut of meat enclosing one or more rib bones
A teasing joke
A part or piece, similar to a rib, and serving to shape or support something
Any of a series of long curved bones occurring in 12 pairs in humans and other animals and extending from the spine to or toward the sternum
A raised ridge in knitted material or in cloth
Any of several curved members attached to a ship's keel and extending upward and outward to form the framework of the hull
Any of several transverse pieces that provide an aircraft wing with shape and strength
To shape, support, or provide something with a rib or ribs
A long, narrow, usually arched member projecting from the surface of a structure, especially such a member separating the webs of a vault
A single strand of hair
To tease or make fun of someone
A rib of meat such as beef or pork is a piece that has been cut to include one of the animal's ribs. a rib of beef
{n} a bone in the body, a timber in ships
any of the 12 pairs of curved arches of bone extending from the spine to or toward the sternum in humans (and similar bones in most vertebrates)
A single stalk of a bunch of celery, also called a stalk
One of the curved bones attached to the vertebral column and supporting the lateral walls of the thorax
to strengthen or stiffen it
A wife; in allusion to Eve, as made out of Adam's rib
a short, small buttress An outside corner is even smaller
The chief nerve, or one of the chief nerves, of a leaf
Rubber Inflatable Boat
A fore-and-aft structural member of an airfoil used for maintaining the correct covering contour and also for stress bearing
support resembling the rib of an animal a projecting molding on the underside of a vault or ceiling; may be ornamental or structural a riblike supporting or strengthening part of an animal or plant any of the 12 pairs of curved arches of bone extending from the spine to or toward the sternum in humans (and similar bones in most vertebrates) a teasing remark cut of meat including one or more ribs form vertical ribs by knitting; "A ribbed sweater
a projecting molding on the underside of a vault or ceiling; may be ornamental or structural
An elongated projection on a shape, forging or casting to provide stiffening
An inflatable boat fitted with a rigid bottom
Raised moulding dividing a vault
A longitudinal strip of metal uniting the barrels of a double-barreled gun
A feature with thickness used to add stability to the body of a solid
{i} any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.)
Any of several curved members attached to a ships keel and extending upward and outward to form the framework of the hull
a reinforcing section of the part
Rigid Hulled Inflatable Boat
form vertical ribs by knitting; "A ribbed sweater"
These are strong arches, meeting and crossing one another, dividing the whole space into triangles, which are then filled by vaulted construction of lighter material
One of the rods on which the cover of an umbrella is extended
The vein lines on the surface of a leaf
Any longitudinal ridge in a plant
A fabricated fold or bend in a sheet of deck which projects up from a horizontal plane
An elongated pillar of ore or coal left as a support
A raised line in the flat portion of a metal panel that gives added strength and minimizes the appearance of oilcanning
cut of meat including one or more ribs
{f} install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of
To inclose, as with ribs, and protect; to shut in
That which resembles a rib in form or use
A raised ridge or fold formed in sheet metal to provide stiffness
A projecting mold, or group of moldings, forming with others a pattern, as on a ceiling, ornamental door, or the like
a riblike supporting or strengthening part of an animal or plant
A ridge, fin, or wing, as on a plate, cylinder, beam, etc
Solid coal on the side of a gallery; solid ore in a vein
curved structural member supporting a curved shape or panel
support resembling the rib of an animal
To furnish with ribs; to form with rising lines and channels; as, to rib cloth
Revenue increasing Budget - an automated process in SAP R/3 where revenue in designated funds is automatically converted to budget (spending permission) in a process which runs overnight
Your ribs are the 12 pairs of curved bones that surround your chest. Her heart was thumping against her ribs
Hence, an imitation of one of these in wood, plaster, or the like
A preassembled framing unit that includes a set of roof-framing components (for example, a roof truss), wall studs, and sometimes a floor joist The ribs are erected on 16- or 24-inch centers and tied together with roof sheathing and siding Typically used for smaller prefabricated sheds and barns
(n) A thin, flat feature of an object that acts as a structural support Ribs, webs, spokes, lugs and other thin features are not section lined if a cutting plane passes parallel to the feature
In Gothic vaulting, one of the primary members of the vault
An arch member which forms a support for an arch or vault
A U-shaped piece of fabricated wood, aluminium or carbon fibre that supports the hull by fitting inside the shell between the keel and the gunwale
Protecting band across a ceiling or vault, generally structural
One of the timbers, or bars of iron or steel, that branch outward and upward from the keel, to support the skin or planking, and give shape and strength to the vessel
A tool of wood, metal or rubber, which is held in the hand while throwing to assist in shaping the pot or to compact the clay
If you rib someone about something, you tease them about it in a friendly way. The guys in my local pub used to rib me about drinking `girly' drinks. = tease see also ribbed, ribbing. ribbed ribbing to make jokes and laugh at someone so that you embarrass them, but in a friendly way = tease
subject to laughter or ridicule; "The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house"; "The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher"; "His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday"
The internal vertical parts of a wing that give it shape and airfoil contour
- a wooden scraper or forming die, used for smoothing sides and forming the bands and moldings of steins on a potter's wheel
rib cage
The enclosed area created by and within the ribs
rib cage
A part of the skeleton within the thoracic area consisting of ribs, sternum and thoracic vertebrae
rib cages
plural form of rib cage
rib eye steak
Alternative spelling of ribeye steak
rib eye steaks
plural form of rib eye steak
rib-tickler
a humorous joke
rib eye
The rib eye or ribeye, also known as the Scotch fillet (Australia) is a beef steak from the beef rib. When cut into steaks, the ribeye is one of the most popular, juiciest, and expensive steaks on the market. Meat from the rib section is tender and fattier (the meat is said to be "marbled") than other cuts of beef. This extra fat makes ribeye steaks and roasts especially tender and flavorful
rib eye steak
The rib eye or ribeye, also known as the Scotch fillet (Australia) is a beef steak from the beef rib. When cut into steaks, the ribeye is one of the most popular, juiciest, and expensive steaks on the market. Meat from the rib section is tender and fattier (the meat is said to be "marbled") than other cuts of beef. This extra fat makes ribeye steaks and roasts especially tender and flavorful
rib hump
(Tıp, İlaç) A scoliosis symptom
rib vault
(Mimarlık) A rib vault or ribbed vault is any vault reinforced by masonry ribs. A rib vault may be a quadripartite rib vault (which is divided into four sections by two diagonal ribs) and a sexpartite rib vault (a rib vault whose surface is divided into six sections by three ribs)
rib cage
Your rib cage is the structure of ribs in your chest. It protects your lungs and other organs. The enclosing structure formed by the ribs and the bones to which they are attached. the structure of ribs in your chest
rib cage
the bony enclosing wall of the chest
rib cage
Bones in animals that protect the heart and lungs
rib cage
rounded bone structure that surrounds the heart and lungs and is comprised of the ribs and the bones connected to the ribs
rib eye
A cut of meat taken from the outside of the rib
rib eye steak
{i} ribeye, ribeye steak, tender and boneless beef steak cut from the rib section of a cow
rib joint pliers
a type of pliers
rib roast
a cut of meat including more than one rib
rib roast
A cut of red meat, such as beef or venison, containing the sizable piece located along the outside of the rib
rib vault
A vault in which the surface is divided into webs by a framework of diagonal arched ribs. Also called ribbed vault
beef rib
A section of a cow from which meat is butchered
beef rib
A cut of meat from that section
ribbing
The action of the verb to rib
ribbing
Present participle of rib
ribbed
{a} made with ribs, tightened, secured
A rib
costa
Ma'rib
Ancient city ruins, north-central Yemen. The ancient fortified city of Marib was the centre of the pre-Islamic state of Saba (950-115 BC). It was located on one of the caravan routes between the Mediterranean Sea and the Arabian Peninsula, and it prospered through its trading monopoly on frankincense and myrrh. The ancient Marib Dam was built 7th cent BC to regulate the waters of the Wadi Sadd; some 1,800 ft (550 m) long, it irrigated more than 4,000 acres (1,600 hectares) and supported a densely settled agricultural region. The dam was destroyed in the 6th century AD
Spare Rib
a magazine produced in Britain by a group of women working together. It has articles on political subjects as well as stories by women and information on subjects of interest to women, especially racism and feminism, and is read mainly by feminists
false rib
Any of the lower ribs that do not unite directly with the sternum. The five lower pairs of ribs in humans are false ribs
floating rib
{i} (Anatomy) rib that is not attached to the sternum (one of the last two ribs)
floating rib
A false rib whose anterior end is unattached. The lowest two pairs of human ribs are floating ribs
lierne rib
In Gothic vaulting, any rib which does not spring from the impost and is not a ridge rib, but passes from one boss or intersection of the principal ribs to another
ribbed
Outer jacket is striated with ribs
ribbed
furnished or strengthened with ribs
ribbed
The most common pattern for sock construction Composed of vertical ridges or "wales" of varying width Ribbing is popular not only because it looks good, but also because it gives a sock needed elasticity
ribbed
To form vertical ridges in knitting
ribbed
Furnished or formed with ribs; as, a ribbed cylinder; ribbed cloth
ribbed
Simple past and past participle of rib
ribbed
A ribbed surface, material, or garment has a raised pattern of parallel lines on it. ribbed cashmere sweaters. something that is ribbed has raised lines on it
ribbed
Intercalated with slate; said of a seam of coal
ribbed
Of or pertaining to something with ribs
ribbed
(of the surface of shells) having a rough, rib-like texture
ribbing
{i} series or arrangement of ribs; act of teasing, act of mocking
ribbing
Ribbing is a method of knitting that makes a raised pattern of parallel lines. You use ribbing, for example, round the edge of sweaters so that the material can stretch without losing its shape. = rib
ribbing
An assemblage or arrangement of ribs, as the timberwork for the support of an arch or coved ceiling, the veins in the leaves of some plants, ridges in the fabric of cloth, or the like
ribbing
Ribbing is friendly teasing. I got quite a lot of ribbing from my team-mates. = teasing
ribbing
Collectively, the ribs on an object
ribbing
An instance of teasing
ribbing
the act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously (especially by ridicule); provoking someone with persistent annoyances; "he ignored their teases"; "his ribbing was gentle but persistent"
ribbing
a framework of ribs
ribs
Pieces of material spaced on the inside of a canoe hull to form its frame
ribs
supports for a carriage or stroller hood Usually, but not always, internal (they can be felt, but not seen) Normally made of metal, but can be made of plastic or nylon as well A hood will usually have from one to four ribs supporting the fabric and giving the hood its distinctive shape
ribs
A pattern which consists rounded convex ribs Fine versions are sometimes mistakenly called reed
ribs
third-person singular of rib
ribs
plural of rib
ridge rib
A principal rib of a vault along either the longitudinal or transverse ridge
spare rib
cut of meat including a rib (especially of pork)
true rib
Any of the ribs that are attached to the sternum by a costal cartilage, especially any of the seven upper ribs on either side of the thorax in humans
true rib
one of the first seven ribs in a human being which attach to the sternum
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Tekstil) rib (fabric)
(Tekstil) rib
rib
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