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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} moloz

Binanın olduğu yerde bir moloz yığını var. - There is a pile of rubble where the building used to be.

Kurbanların bilinmeyen sayısı moloz altında kalmış olabilir. - An unknown number of victims may be trapped beneath the rubble.

moloz taşı
(Askeri) enkaz

Birçok felaketzede çöken binanın enkazından kurtarıldı. - Many survivors were rescued from the rubble of the collapsed building.

{i} döküntü
moloz çakıltaşı
taş yığını
(Askeri) kaya
(Arkeoloji) taşdolgu
yapı molozu
yapı enkazı
(Askeri) döküntü taş
(Askeri) taş
rubblymoloz gibi
{i} sel taşı
{i} blokaj için kullanılan taşlar, blokaj taşları
{i} çakıl (dere)
{i} suların getirdiği taşlar
blokaj taşları
taş dolgu
rubble mound
(Askeri) taş dolgu
rubble stone
(Askeri) taş
rubble stone
moloz taş
rubble concrete
moloz taşlı beton
rubble backing
(Askeri) döküntü taşla destekleme
rubble concrete
molozlu beton
rubble deposition
(Askeri) taş birikintisi
rubble filling
moloz dolgu
rubble foundation
(Askeri) taş temel
rubble masonry
moloz kâgiri
rubble mound breakwater
(Askeri) taş dolgu dalgakıran
rubble mound foundation
(Askeri) taş dolgu temel
rubble mound jetty
(Askeri) taş dolgu iskele
rubble mound sea wall
(Askeri) taş dolgu deniz duvarı
rubble mound structure
(Askeri) taş dolgu yapı
rubble stone
moloz taşı
rubble tipping
(Askeri) taş boşaltma
rubble wall
(İnşaat) moloz taş duvar
rubble work
(İnşaat) kara duvar
rubble work
(Askeri) taş çalışması
rubble work
(İnşaat) moloz duvar
rubble works
(Askeri) taş işleri
weed through the rubble
molozları ayıklamak
coursed rubble
(İnşaat) sıralı moloztaş duvar
coursed rubble wall
(İnşaat) sıralı moloztaş duvar
hillside rubble
yamaç molozu
leveling of a rubble bed
(Askeri) taşlık zemin tesviyesi
random rubble wall
(İnşaat) adi moloz taş duvar
trimming of a rubble bed
(Askeri) taş tabanın düzeltilmesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The broken remains of an object, usually rock or masonry
bits of ruined buildings, broken bricks etc
Blocage A random mixture of rocks and mortar, often used to fill the space between inner and outer faces of walls See also mortar
{i} fragments of broken material remaining after the destruction or decay of a building
Fill; unsquared stone not laid in courses
Stone construction using irregular stones imbedded in mortar
Rough fragments of broken stone either naturally formed or quarried; used in masonry
the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
used in coarse masonry, or to fill up between the facing courses of walls
Rough, broken stone or brick
irregularly shaped pieces of stone in the undressed condition obtained from a quarry and varying in size
Pieces of broken stone, irregular in shape and size, used in the rough construction of walls, foundations, and paving Coursed Rubble Masonry composed of roughly shaped stones fitting on approximately level beds, well bounded, and brought at vertical intervals to continuous level beds or courses Random Rubble Masonry composed of roughly shaped stones, well bonded and brought at irregular vertical intervals to discontinuous but approximately level beds or courses Rough or Ordinary Rubble Masonry composed of non-shaped field stones laid without regularity of coursing, but well bonded
The whole of the bran of wheat before it is sorted into pollard, bran, etc
When a building is destroyed, the pieces of brick, stone, or other materials that remain are referred to as rubble. Thousands of bodies are still buried under the rubble
Water-worn or rough broken stones; broken bricks, etc
Masonry construction using stones of irregular shape and size
Rubble is used to refer to the small pieces of bricks and stones that are used as a bottom layer on which to build roads, paths, or houses. Brick rubble is useful as the base for paths and patios. broken stones or bricks from a building or wall that has been destroyed (Perhaps from , from robe; ROBE)
rock from 3 to 12 inches in diameter; also called cobble
Rough stone as it comes from the quarry; also, a quarryman's term for the upper fragmentary and decomposed portion of a mass of stone; brash
A mass or stratum of fragments or rock lying under the alluvium, and derived from the neighboring rock
rubble pile
(Astronomi) In astronomy, rubble pile is the informal name for an asteroid that is not a monolith, consisting instead of numerous pieces of rock that have coalesced under the influence of gravity. Rubble piles have low density because there are large cavities between the various 'chunks' that comprise them
Resembling rubble
Strewn with rubble
building rubble
broken fragments of a destroyed or crumbling building; construction waste
Relating to, or containing, rubble



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    /ˈrəbəl/ /ˈrʌbəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'r&-b&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Anglo-Norman *robel (“bits of broken stone”). Presumably related to rubbish, originally of same meaning (bits of stone).Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition Ultimately presumably from Proto-Germanic *raub- (“to break”), perhaps via Old French robe (English rob (“steal”)) in sense of “plunder, destroy”;“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 see also Middle English, Middle French -el.


    rubbling, rubbled

    كلمة اليوم

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