spider

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الإنجليزية - التركية
örümcek

Tavanda yürüyen bir örümcek gördüm. - I saw a spider walking on the ceiling.

Hiç ağını ören bir örümcek gördün mü? - Have you ever seen a spider spinning its web?

örümcekli

Hiç ağını ören bir örümcek gördün mü? - Have you ever seen a spider spinning its web?

Örümcekler örümcek ağı yapmayı severler. - Spiders like to build spiderwebs.

(Tıp) Örümcek şeklinde olan ben
spider web örümcek ağı
ıstavroz
kırılmadan tuzla buz olmak spider crab uzun ve ince bacaklı bir cins yengeç
dökme demir tava
water spider su örümceği
Libinia
spider monkey örümcek maymunu
{i} ayaklı tava
{i} fayton
{i} istavroz dişlisi
zarif
(Bilgisayar) spider
mafsal ıstavrozu
istavroz
spider crab
(Gıda) ayna
spider crab
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) örümcek yengeci
spider monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) örümcek maymunu
spider web
örümcek ağı
spider crab
yengeç
spider nevus
spider nevus
spider's web
örümcek ağı
spider gear
diferansiyel istavrozu dişlileri
spider man
(Film) örümcek adam
spider monkey
Örümcek Maymunu. aile: Atelidae, altaile: Atelinae
spider monkey
örümcek maymun
spider network
örümcek ağı
spider plant
örümcek bitki
spider silk
örümcek ipek
spider vein
Deride veya mukozalarda kırmızı lekeler şeklinde görülen ve kılcal, arteryol ve venüllerin genişlemesinden ibaret olan lezyonalar
spider bearing
(Otomotiv) lstavroz rulmanı
spider catcher
bir tür ağaçkakan
spider catcher
örümcek yiyen kuş
spider crab
denizörümceği
spider diagram
örümcek diyagram
spider gear
diferansiyel istavroz dişlisi
spider gears
(Otomotiv) örümcek dişliler
spider joint
istavroz mili mafsalı
spider options
(Bilgisayar) spider seçenekleri
spider web
çekici tuzak
spider web
çıfıt alacası
spider wire entanglement
(Askeri) dolambaçlı tel engeli
spider wire entanglement
(Askeri) DOLAMBAÇLI TEL ENGELİ: Gayri muntazam bir şekilde çaprazvari gruplandırılmış dikenli tel engelleri
spider's web
çekici tuzak
spiders
örümcekler

Örümcekler örümcek ağı yapmayı severler. - Spiders like to build spiderwebs.

Korkunç görünen örümcekler insanlara saldırmazlar. - Formidable looking spiders do not attack people.

european wolf spider
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tarantula
pinion spider
istavroz
recluse spider
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) keşiş örümceği
comb footed spider
tarak ayaklı örümcek
differential spider
diferansiyel istavrozu
hunting spider
avcı örümcek
trap-door spider
tuzak kapı örümcek
bird spider
yerörümceği
differential spider
istavroz dişli mili
differential spider
(Otomotiv) artı dingil
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A man who persistently approaches or accosts a woman in a public social setting, particularly in a bar
A stick with a convex arch-shaped notched head used to support the cue when the cue ball is out of reach at normal extension. Also called a bridge
A program which follows links on the World Wide Web in order to gather information
to follow links on the World Wide Web in order to gather information

The online dictionary is regularly spidered by search engines.

A “float”; a drink made by mixing ice-cream and a soda or fizzy drink (such as lemonade)
Any of various eight-legged, predatory arthropods, of the order Araneae, most of which spin webs to catch prey
A cast-iron frying pan with three legs, once common in open hearth cookery. They were generally called spiders both in England and in America
A spindly person
heroin a street drug
a part of a crank, which the chainrings are attached
{n} the name of a well known insect
under Araneina
A spider is a program that automatically fetches web pages Spiders are used to feed pages to search engines They are called spiders because they “crawl” over the web Because most web pages contain links to other pages, a spider can start almost anywhere As soon as it sees a link to another page, it goes off and fetches it Large search engines, like Alta Vista, have many spiders working in parallel
Spiders are sent out by various search engines to search the Web for information on Web sites
a computer program that prowls the internet looking for publicly accessible resources that can be added to a database; the database can then be searched with a search engine
A stick with an arch-shaped head that is used to support the cue when the cue ball is out of reach at normal extension
This is a software program that regularly searches the Internet, indexing text from Web pages Spiders allow search engines to locate any new content on the Web Back to Top
A spider is a tool used by search engines to view and rank websites submitted to its search engine Spiders are electronic robots programmed to visit websites submitted to a search engine
predatory arachnid that usually has silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey
A program that automatically fetches Web pages Spiders are used to feed pages to search engines It's called a spider because it crawls over the Web Another term for these programs is webcrawler Because most Web pages contain links to other pages, a spider can start almost anywhere As soon as it sees a link to another page, it goes off and fetches it Large search engines, like Alta Vista, have many spiders working in parallel
An automated program sent out by search engines to crawl along links it finds on the internet to create a comprehensive index of websites All search engine optimization is designed to fit the complex rules used by the spiders To index sites
Many species spin also complex webs to entrap the insects upon which they prey
A program that searches or "crawls" the web It looks for web pages and indexes them in order to create a database that can be easily searched by a search engine
An iron pan with a long handle, used as a kitchen utensil in frying food
predatory arachnid that usually has silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey a skillet made of cast iron a computer program that prowls the internet looking for publicly accessible resources that can be added to a database; the database can then be searched with a search engine
The software that scans documents and adds them to an index by following links Spider is often used as a synonym for search engine
An automated program that searches the internet
A software that visits web sites and indexes the pages present in those sites Search engines use spiders to build up their databases Example: The spider for AltaVista is called Scooter
Originally, it had long legs, and was used over coals on the hearth
A software that visits web sites and indexes the pages present in those sites Search engines use spiders to build up their databases Examples: The spider for AltaVista is called Scooter, the spider for Excite is called ArchitextSpider, the spider for Northern Light is called Gulliver
The abdomen is large and not segmented, with two or three pairs of spinnerets near the end, by means of which they spin threads of silk to form cocoons, or nests, to protect their eggs and young
to follows links on the World Wide Web in order to gather information
A "float"; a drink made by mixing ice-cream and a soda or fizzy drink (such as lemonade)
A program that gets it's name because it automatically walks the web and visits websites They are commonly used to automatically visit search engines and directories submission pages and register customer websites for Internet marketing companies (A tedious job if done manually) They are also used by search engines and directories to visit websites and index the information found there Sometimes called agents, indexing agents, robots and bots They can also be used to gather specific information from WebPages such as any email address's found there (this is one of the ways that email marketers gather their lists ) or competitors product information Spiders do no harm and are welcomed on most servers Spiders can also be restricted by network administrators so that they can not gather info from certain selected domains or websites
Any one of numerous species of arachnids comprising the order Araneina
A term used to describe search engines such as Yahoo and Alta Vista, because of the way they cruise all over the world wide web to find information It is a software program which combs the web for new sites and updated information on old ones, like a spider looking for a fly
A skeleton, or frame, having radiating arms or members, often connected by crosspieces; as, a casting forming the hub and spokes to which the rim of a fly wheel or large gear is bolted; the body of a piston head; a frame for strengthening a core or mold for a casting, etc
a skillet made of cast iron
A fast, automated programsuch as a search engine, indexing program, or cataloging softwarethat requests Web pages much faster than human beings can Other commonly used terms for spider are crawler and robot
A spider is a small creature with eight legs. Most types of spider make structures called webs in which they catch insects for food. Any of some 34,000 predatory arachnid species, mostly terrestrial, in the order Araneida, abundant worldwide except in Antarctica. Spiders have two main body parts, eight legs, two pincerlike venomous appendages, and three pairs of spinnerets. Species range in length from 0.5 to about 90 mm (0.02 to 3.5 inches). The venom of a few species (e.g., brown recluse) is harmful to humans. Most species catch insect prey in a web of silk extruded from the spinnerets. Spiders change little during growth, except in size. Species are classified largely on the basis of the number and arrangement of eyes and the type of web. See also black widow; tarantula; wolf spider. brown recluse spider spider crab spider mite red spider spider monkey spider plant wolf spider
A software program that "crawls" the Web, searching and indexing Web pages to create a database that can be easily searched by a search engine
A program which follows links through websites to add or update a database (usually for a search engine, but spamdexers have spiders too) They look at HTML code and add information their search engines will use to determine the page's relevance to keywords and phrases They are text-based, and often can't follow frames
Any one of various other arachnids resembling the true spiders, especially certain mites, as the red spider (see under Red)
The eyes are usually eight in number (rarely six), and are situated on the back of the cephalothorax
Also called wanderers or robots (bots), spiders are programs that search the Internet for new, publicly accessible resources such as Web pages and files in public FTP archives Spiders contribute their discoveries to a database, which Internet users can search by using search engines such as Lycos or WebCrawler
Spiders have the mandibles converted into poison fangs, or falcers
A search engine, which obtains its information by starting at a specified Web Page and visiting each Web Page, that has a link to it from the current page that the spider is accessing This process continues as it moves it way through the World Wide Web
A robot program that travels the Web and indexes the contents of Web sites for search engines
an automatic software program that crawls through the Internet for a search engine
{i} arachnid that usually spins webs for nesting and catching prey; frying pan; trivet; program that searches the World Wide Web automatically by retrieving a document and all linked documents (Computers)
A computer program that travels the Internet to locate such resources as Web documents, FTP archives, and Gopher documents It indexes the documents in a database, which is then searched using a search engine (such as AltaVista or Excite) A spider can also be referred to as a robot or wanderer Each search engine uses a spider to build its database
A spider or Web crawler is a program that exhaustively surfs all the links from a page and returns them to another program for processing For example, all of the Internet search engine sites rely on spider robots to discover new Web sites and add them to their index Another typical use of a spider is by a publisher against his or her own site The spider program makes sure that all of the links function correctly and reports dead links
A search engine that obtains its information by starting at a specified Web page and visiting each page linked to it, and so on This process continues as a spider moves its way across the Web
A trevet to support pans or pots over a fire
An automated program (sometimes called a webcrawler) which crawls over the World Wide Web, gathering web pages for search engines Large search engines employ many spiders Spiders are a type of robot
spider crab
Any of various species of crab of the family Majidae with long legs
spider hole
A small hole dug in the ground where someone can hide

The grenade launcher was passed to Davis, who fired a beehive round into the spider hole.

spider lilies
plural form of spider lily
spider lily
The common name for a number of different plant species within the family Amaryllidaceae and the Genera Crinum, Hymenocallis and Lycoris
spider monkey
Any New World monkey of the genus Ateles, with long, spindly limbs
spider monkeys
plural form of spider monkey
spider wasp
Any of the solitary wasps in the Pompilidae family, which feed on spiders
spider wasps
plural form of spider wasp
spider webs
plural form of spider web
spider's webs
plural form of spider's web
spider-webby
Resembling a spider web

the rain would thrash along by so thick that the trees off a little ways looked dim and spider-webby; and here would come a blast of wind that would bend the trees down and turn up the pale underside of the leaves.

spider monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A small thin South American monkey which uses its long tail to help it to move around in the branches of trees
spider angioma
a dilation of superficial capillaries with a central red dot from which blood vessels radiate
spider brake
Asiatic fern introduced in America
spider crab
any of numerous crabs with very long legs and small triangular bodies
spider crab
(also known as macropod) crab having long legs and a triangular body
spider crab
Any of various crabs, such as those of the genera Libinia and Macrocheira, having long legs and a relatively small triangular body. Any species of sluggish marine crab in the widely distributed family Majidae (or Maiidae). Spider crabs have a beak-shaped head; thick, rounded body; and long, spindly legs. They use a mucuslike mouth secretion to fasten algae, sponges, and other organisms to the hairs, spines, and knobby projections covering the body. Most species are scavengers, especially of carrion. Their size varies greatly. The body of the European long-beaked spider crab (Macropodia rostrata) is less than 0.5 in. (1 cm) in diameter, whereas the Japanese giant crab (Macrocheira kaempferi), whose outstretched claws can measure 13 ft (4 m) from tip to tip, is perhaps the largest known arthropod
spider flower
native to South America but naturalized in warm parts of United States; grown for its long-lasting spider-shaped white to pink-purple flowers
spider mite
or red spider Any plant-feeding mite in the family Tetranychidae, common pests on houseplants and agriculturally important plants. Adult spider mites are tiny, about 0.02 in. (0.5 mm) long, and often red. They spin a loose silk webbing on infested plants. A heavy infestation can cause complete defoliation. Because of their increasing resistance to pesticides, they are difficult to control. One effective control is the use of another, predatory, mite species
spider mite
web-spinning mite that attacks garden plants and fruit trees
spider monkey
arboreal monkey of tropical America with long slender legs and long prehensile tail
spider monkey
Any of several tropical American monkeys of the genus Ateles, having long legs and a long prehensile tail and lacking a thumb. Any of four species (family Cebidae) of diurnal, arboreal New World monkeys found from Mexico to Brazil. Long-limbed and somewhat potbellied, they are 14-26 in. (35-66 cm) long and have thumbless hands and a heavily furred, prehensile 24-36-in. (60-92-cm) tail. The coat is gray, reddish, brown, or black. They swing through branches, using their tails and hands, or leap or drop spread-eagled from tree to tree. They eat fruit, nuts, flowers, and buds. They are used in laboratory studies of malaria, to which they are susceptible. Though sometimes kept as pets, adults are likely to throw tantrums and may be dangerous
spider orchid
South American orchid with spiderlike pale-yellow to pale-green flowers Central American orchid having spiderlike flowers with prominent green warts any of several European orchids of the genus Ophrys
spider plant
n. A perennial (Chlorophytum comosum) having sprawling stems and flat, narrow leaves that are sometimes striped white or yellowish white, and small white flowers. African plant of genus Chlorophytum (lily family). This popular houseplant has long, narrow, grassy green-and-white-striped leaves. Periodically a flower stem emerges, and tiny white flowers (not always produced) are replaced by young plantlets, which can then be detached and rooted
spider plant
native to South America but naturalized in warm parts of United States; grown for its long-lasting spider-shaped white to pink-purple flowers
spider stitch
A stitch in lace making used to fill in open spaces with threads resembling a cobweb
spider vein
small cluster of tiny red or purple veins that appear close to the surface of the skin (usually on the thighs or ankles, most often in women)
spider web
The silken web which is formed by most kinds of spiders, particularly the web spun to entrap their prey
spider web
a web resembling the webs spun by spiders
spider web
a web spun by spiders to trap insect prey
spider web
network spun by a spider to catch insects for food
spider web
a web spun by spiders to trap insect prey a web resembling the webs spun by spiders
spider web
See Geometric spider, Triangle spider, under Geometric, and Triangle
spider web entanglement
low obstacle made from barbed wire
spider's web
network of thin strings spun by a spider in order to trap insects
spider-like
resembling a spider, like a spider, of a spider
spinous spider crab
European spider crab
spinous spider crabs
plural form of spinous spider crab
spiny spider crab
European spider crab
spiny spider crabs
plural form of spiny spider crab
spitting spider
any spider from the family Scytodidae. These spiders catch their prey by spitting an immobilizing fluid at them
Arctic wolf spider
The spider Pardosa glacialis
European garden spider
A common arachnid, scientific name Araneus diadematus
European spider crab
A species of migratory crab, Maja squinado, found in the north-east Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea
European spider crabs
plural form of European spider crab
Sydney funnel-web spider
a venomous spider, Atrax robustus, native to Australia
araneomorph funnel-web spider
Any spider of the family Agelenidae
barking spider
An instance of audible flatulence; a fart
barking spider
An Australian spider, Selenocosmia crassipes, which makes a "hissing" sound (stridulation) when disturbed
bird dropping spider
A spider that mimics bird droppings to avoid predators, species Celaenia excavata
black and gold garden spider
a North American garden spider
bridge spider
a large orb-weaver often found on bridges and near water, ''Larinioides sclopetarius
brown recluse spider
A venomous American spider, Loxosceles reclusa, that has a mark on its back in the shape of a violin
camel spider
An arachnid belonging to the order Solifugae. Not a true spider
cardinal spider
A large European spider, Tegenaria parietina
cobweb spider
Any spider of the world-spanning family Theridiidae, that build tangle space webs and have a comb of serrated bristles (setae) on the tarsus of the forth leg
comb-footed spider
a kind of spider that has bristles on its hind feet are comb shaped
crab spider
Any species of the family Thomisidae, spiders that hunt in flowers
daddy long-legs spider
Any true spider of the family Pholcidae, small spiders with long legs
dictynid spider
any of several small spiders, of the family Dictynidae, occupying desert regions of southwest United States
diving bell spider
A spider, Argyroneta aquatica, living almost entirely underwater, using hairs on its abdomen and legs to trap air
giant house spider
a large kind of house spider- Tegenaria duellica
ground spider
any of very many spiders, of the family Gnaphosidae, that hunt their prey instead of building a web to catch them
hobo spider
any of a number of poisonous funnel web spiders, especially Tegenaria agrestis, indigenous to Europe
hunting spider
a spider that hunts its prey on the ground instead of catching it in a web
huntsman spider
any spider from the taxonomic family Sparassidae
jumping spider
any of very many spiders, of the family Salticidae, that jump from place to place with the aid of a silk tether
ladybird spider
Eresus sandaliatus, a species of spider found primarily in northern and central Europe. Male ladybird spiders are generally 6-9mm and characterized by a bright orange back featuring four large and two small ebony spots; in contrast, the females are 10-16mm and jet-black
liocranid sac spider
any spider of the family Liocranidae
long-jawed spider
any spider from the family Tetragnathidae
lynx spider
any spider, of the family Oxyopidae, that hunts its prey rather than spinning a web
money spider
Any spider of the family Linyphiidae, superstitiously believed to bring financial good luck
nursery web spider
any spider, from the family Pisauridae, that builds a "tent" in which the eggs are hatched
purseweb spider
any of several spiders, of the family Atypidae, that builds a silken tube close to the ground
rabid wolf spider
A type of wolf spider, Rabidosa rabida
recluse spider
any of many small venomous spiders of the genera Loxosceles and Sicarius
rock spider
Western Australian prison slang for a pedophile/child molester. Rock spiders constitute the lowest rung of inmates in the prison system, and are looked down on (and often mistreated) by all other inmates
rock spider
A term used to refer to Boers (Afrikaners) by Rhodesians and English-speaking South Africans
sea spider
Any arthropod in the taxonomic class Pycnogonida
tangled nest spider
any spider of the family Amaurobiidae
trapdoor spider
any spider, of the family Ctenizidae, that constructs a silk-lined burrow with a hinged lid
velvet spider
any spider, of the family Eresidae, that build unkempt webs
wandering spider
any spider of the family Ctenidae, some of which are extremely aggressive
wasp spider
An orb-weaver spider, Argiope bruennichi, that has striking yellow and black markings on its abdomen
water spider
diving bell spider
wolf spider
Any of several spiders, of the family Lycosidae, that are known for stalking their prey on the ground and not building webs
woodlouse spider
a European spider, Dysdera crocata, that has been introduced to the United States; it has a painful, but not normally dangerous, bite
recluse spider
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The recluse spiders (genus Loxosceles ), also known as fiddle-back or violin spiders, are a venomous genus of spiders known for their necrotic bite. They are members of the family Sicariidae, having formerly been placed in their own family, "Loxoscelidae"
violin spider
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The recluse spiders (genus Loxosceles ), also known as fiddle-back or violin spiders, are a venomous genus of spiders known for their necrotic bite. They are members of the family Sicariidae, having formerly been placed in their own family, "Loxoscelidae"
A spider
attercop
A spider
spinner
ballooning spider
A spider which has the habit of rising into the air
ballooning spider
Many kinds esp
ballooning spider
species of Lycosa do this while young by ejecting threads of silk until the force of the wind upon them carries the spider aloft
barn spider
an orange and tan spider with darkly banded legs that spins an orb web daily; "the barn spider was made famous in E
barn spider
White's book `Charlotte's Web'
black and gold garden spider
a widely distributed North American garden spider
brown recluse spider
{i} extremely venomous brown spider most common in the USA that has a dark mark that looks like a violin on the dorsal side of its body
brown recluse spider
A venomous spider (Loxosceles reclusa) having an hourglass-shaped mark on the cephalothorax, introduced into the southern United States from South America. Venomous species (Loxosceles reclusa) of brown spider, most common in the western and southern U.S. The brown recluse is light-coloured, generally with a dark violin-shaped design on its back, for which it is sometimes called the violin spider. About 0.25 in. (7 mm) long, it has a leg span of about 1 in. (2.5 cm). It has extended its range into parts of the northern U.S. and is often found under stones or in dark corners inside buildings. The venom of the brown recluse destroys the walls of blood vessels near the site of the bite, sometimes causing a slow-healing skin ulcer. Bites are occasionally fatal
comb-footed spider
spider having a comb-like row of bristles on each hind foot
early spider orchid
spring-blooming spider orchid having a flower with yellow or green or pink sepals and a broad brown velvety lip
european spider crab
large European spider crab
european wolf spider
large southern European spider once thought to be the cause of tarantism (uncontrollable bodily movement)
garden spider
a common European garden spider
red spider
small web-spinning mite; a serious orchard pest
red spider
Any of various small red mites of the family Tetranychidae that feed on vegetation, causing damage to the leaves. Also called spider mite
sea spider
See Maioid, and Spider crab, under Spider
sea spider
Any pycnogonid
sea spider
Any maioid crab; a spider crab
sea spider
any of various small spider-like marine arthropods having small thin bodies and long slender legs
sea spider
Any of various marine arthropods of the class Pycnogonida, having long legs and a relatively small body. Also called pycnogonid
spiders
Computer programs, referred to sometimes a "knowledge-bots" or "knowbots" that are used by search engines to roam the World Wide Web via the Internet, visit sites and databases, and keep the search engine database of web pages up to date They obtain new pages, update known pages, and delete obsolete ones Their findings are then integrated into the "home" database
spiders
Standard & Poor's Depositary Receipts Trade like a stock under a symbol SPY on AMEX and are designed to approximate the performance of the S&P 500 Index Several newer similar instruments are also popular: Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock (QQQ), MidCap SPDRs (MDY), diamonds based on the DJIA (DIA) Other Index Shares are listed here
spiders
Autonomous Internet programmes, that search the Web looking for sites not yet included in the database, sending back information about each site they visit as they do so SUBNET MASK Defines which destination -> IP Numbers have, to be searched in the -> local area network For all other numbers, the -> router has to be consulted
spiders
Computer programs that are used by search engines to roam the World Wide Web via the Internet, visit sites and databases, and keep the search engine database of web pages up to date They obtain new pages, update known pages, and delete obsolete ones
spiders
araneae
spiders
There are many different varieties of spiders The most common types in people's homes are Brown Recluse Spiders, Daddy-Long-Legs and Black Widow Spiders Watch them disappear with the expertise of Pest-Pro!
spiders
plural of spider
spiders
An automated program which searches the Internet
spiders
Spiders and Robots (or "bots") are simply automated programs that explore the Web, looking for information The most common kinds of Spiders are the ones that collect Web addresses for the Search Engines to catalogue SQL (Structured Query Language) - A specialized programming language for sending queries to databases Most industrial-strength and many smaller database applications can be addressed using SQL Each specific application will have its own version of SQL implementing features unique to that application, but all SQL-capable databases support a common subset of SQL
spiders
Computer programs used to harvest information about web sites and USENET groups Spiders visit a known web site, gather its information, then proceed to all sites hyperlinked from the original page, thus spreading gradually outward See also Search engines
spiders
The main program used by search engines to retrieve web pages to include in their database See also: Robot
spiders
An automated program that searches the internet
spiders
Search tools send out small programs that we once called robots, but now refer to as spiders, crawlers or 'indexers', to review and catalogue Web sites and copy text that they find into a database
spiders
Digital robots that crawl the web and gather information about web pages Often used by search engines to add pages to their databases
spiders
Computer programs used by search engines to roam the World Wide Web They are used to update the collection of Web pages stored in search engines
spiders
The nickname for S&P 500 Depositary Receipts, which trade on the American Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SPY Spiders are a convenient way for investors to buy and sell the aggregate stock of the companies represented in the S&P 500 Index
spiders
An automated program which searches the internet [Back to The Top]
spiders
Computer robot programs, referred to sometimes as "crawlers" or "knowledge-bots" or "knowbots" that are used by search engines to roam the World Wide Web via the Internet, visit sites and databases, and keep the search engine database of web pages up to date They obtain new pages, update known pages, and delete obsolete ones Their findings are then integrated into the "home" database
spiders
are representations of the Goddess, she who spins her web, for myself I always see spiders as sign that She is just about to come out organizing people/situations
trap-door spider
American spider that constructs a silk-lined nest with a hinged lid
water spider
Any spider that habitually lives on or about the water, especially the large American species (Dolomedes lanceolatus) which runs rapidly on the surface of water; called also raft spider
water spider
An aquatic European spider (Argyoneta aquatica) which constructs its web beneath the surface of the water on water plants
water spider
A water mite
water spider
It lives in a bell-shaped structure of silk, open beneath like a diving bell, and filled with air which the spider carries down in the form of small bubbles attached one at a time to the spinnerets and hind feet
water spider
Called also diving spider
wolf spider
Any of various spiders of the family Lycosidae that stalk prey on the ground and do not spin webs, especially a common small species (Lycosa tarentula) of southern Europe found on beaches and in woods. Name that originally referred to a species of southern European spider (Lycosa tarentula) but now refers to more than 175 spider species (family Lycosidae) found in North America, Europe, and north of the Arctic Circle. The body of L. tarentula, the largest species, is about 1 in. (2.5 cm) long. Most species have a long, broad, hairy brown body; stout, long legs; and strong, prominent jaws. Wolf spiders chase and pounce upon their prey, hunting mostly at night. Most species build a silk-lined, tubular nest in the ground, which they dig with their heavy front legs. A few species spin webs. The bite of L. tarentula produces no ill effects in humans
wolf spider
ground spider that hunts its prey instead of using a web
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Bilgisayar) spider
spider nevus
(Tıp) spider nevus
spider seçenekleri
(Bilgisayar) spider options
spider

    الواصلة

    spi·der

    التركية النطق

    spaydır

    النطق

    /ˈspīdər/ /ˈspaɪdɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'spI-d&r ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English spithre, from Old English spīder, spīþra (“spider”), from Proto-Germanic *spinþrēn (“spider", literally, "spinner”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)pend-, *(s)pen- (“to pull, stretch, spin”). Cognate with Scots spider (“spider”), West Frisian spin (“spider”), Dutch spin (“spider”), German Spinne (“spider”), Danish spinder (“spinner, spider”), Swedish spindel (“spider”). More at spin.

    الازمنة

    spiderling, spidered

    رصف المشتركة

    spider web

    فيديوهات

    ... there's this whole Spider Robinson aphorism when 700 people share an apple, no one benefits, ...

    كلمة اليوم

    sutler
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