surround

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الإنجليزية - التركية
etrafını sarmak
{f} kuşatmak
{f} çevrelemek
{i} kuşatma
{i} çevirme
çemberlemek
çepeçevre sarmak
çevir

Polisler binayı çevirdi. - The police have surrounded the building.

Aslanlar Tom'u her tarafından çevirdi. - Lions surrounded Tom on all sides.

kenar
çevirmek
etrafını kuşatmak
kuşatmak ihata etmek
kuşat

Askerler köyü kuşattı. - The soldiers surrounded the village.

Düşman yüzler tarafından kuşatıldığımı görüyorum. - I see that I am surrounded by hostile faces.

çevredeki bütün şeyler
{i} çevreleme
{i} sürgün avı
surroundings i
{f} etrafını çevirmek
muhasara etmek
{f} ask. kuşatmak, sarmak
etraf

Yaşlı bir adam etrafı torunlarıyla çevrili olarak oturdu. - An old man sat surrounded by his grandchildren.

Evin etrafını çevirttik. - We've got the house surrounded.

{f} çevrelemek, çevirmek, -in etrafını çevirmek/sarmak
(Askeri) KİTABE DIŞI (MORGİN TERİMİNE BAK), ÇEVİRMEK, KUŞATMAK
muhit
{i} şöminenin etrafındaki dekorlar
{f} sarmak
çevre

Müzik hayatımızı hava gibi çevreler. - Music surrounds our lives like air.

Çoğu kalelerin onları çevreleyen bir hendeği vardır. - Most castles have a moat surrounding them.

(Aydınlatma) çevre alanı
kaplamak
surround with a wall
duvarla çevirmek
surround by
çevir
surround sound
surround ses
surround, encompass
Kuşatmak surround
surround effect
(Bilgisayar) surround efekti
surround footer
(Bilgisayar) altbilgi çerçevesi
surround header
(Bilgisayar) üstbilgi çerçevesi
surround mode
(Bilgisayar) sarma modu
surround mode
(Bilgisayar) sarma kipi
surround select
(Bilgisayar) surround seçimi
surround volume
(Bilgisayar) sarma sesi
surrounding
çevreleyen

Çevreleyen tepeler kasabayı korudu. - The surrounding hills protected the town.

Bu sabah görebileceğim tek şey evimizi çevreleyen kalın sis. - The only thing I can see this morning is the thick fog surrounding our house.

surrounding
çevreleyen,n.çevre: v.çevir: prep.çevreleyen
surrounding
etrafını saran
surrounding
{i} çevre

Çoğu kalelerin onları çevreleyen bir hendeği vardır. - Most castles have a moat surrounding them.

Çevreleyen tepeler kasabayı korudu. - The surrounding hills protected the town.

surrounded
sarılmak
surrounded
çevrilmiş

Tom muhabirler tarafından çevrilmiş mahkeme salonundan çıktı. - Tom walked out of the courtroom, surrounded by reporters.

Bina dikenli tel çitle çevrilmiş. - The building is surrounded by a barbed wire fence.

surrounded
çevrelenmek
surrounding
etraftaki
surrounding
etrafındaki
surrounding
muhit
surroundings
çevre

Güneş lekeleri birkaç bin derece daha serin olduğu için çevrelerinden daha koyu görünür. - Sunspots appear darker than their surroundings because they are a few thousand degrees cooler.

Kısa sürede yeni çevreye alıştı. - He soon got used to the new surroundings.

surroundings
{i} dolay
surroundings
ortalık
surrounded
{f} çevir

Aslanlar Tom'u her tarafından çevirdi. - Lions surrounded Tom on all sides.

Evin etrafını çevirttik. - We've got the house surrounded.

surrounding
{f} çevir

Onların onun etrafını çevirdiğini gördüm. - I saw them surrounding him.

surrounding
civardaki
surrounding
çevredeki
surrounding
kuşatıcı
surrounded
(Nükleer Bilimler) kuşatılmış

Ev zombiler tarafından kuşatılmıştır. - The house is surrounded by zombies.

O kalabalık tarafından kuşatılmıştı. - He was surrounded by the crowd.

surrounded
(sıfat) çevrili
surrounded
{s} çevrili

Genç kızlarla çevrili olarak oturuyordu. - He sat surrounded by young girls.

Öğretmen öğrencileri tarafından çevriliydi. - The teacher was surrounded by her students.

surrounding
{s} çevredeki, etraftaki: There are many vineyards in the surrounding area. Etrafında çok bağ var
surrounding
{s} kuşatan
surrounding
kuşatma
surrounding
kuşat

Onlar bizi kuşatıyor. - They're surrounding us.

surroundings
muhit
surroundings
etraftakiler
surroundings
dolayı
surroundings
{i} çevre halkı
surroundings
etraf
surroundings
i., çoğ. çevre, muhit; ortam
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To enclose or confine something on all sides so as to prevent escape
To encircle or simultaneously extend on all sides of something

and this way they get rid of those grand and stubborn opinions that surround them.

: Anything, such as a fence or border that surrounds something
to encircle
{v} to environ, encompass, inclose, beset
If you are surrounded by soldiers or police, they spread out so that they are in positions all the way around you. When the car stopped in the town square it was surrounded by soldiers and militiamen He tried to run away but gave up when he found himself surrounded = encircle
The molding which outlines an object or opening
the area in which something exists or lives; "the country--the flat agricultural surround"
To lie or be on all sides of; to encircle; as, a wall surrounds the city
{f} encompass, enclose; encircle; be around; besiege
If you surround yourself with certain people or things, you make sure that you have a lot of them near you all the time. He had made it his business to surround himself with a hand-picked group of bright young officers They love being surrounded by familiar possessions. an area around the edge of something, especially one that is decorated or made of a different material
surround with a wall in order to fortify
be around; "Developments surround the town"; "The river encircles the village"
The circumstances, feelings, or ideas which surround something are those that are closely associated with it. The decision had been agreed in principle before today's meeting, but some controversy surrounded it
- The round part that attaches the cone to the basket to help keep the cone and voice coil in the gap Common materials are rubber and foam
be around; "Developments surround the town"; "The river encircles the village
To inclose on all sides; to encompass; to environ
Decorative trim framing an opening, often around a front door
surround so as to force to give up; "The Turks besieged Vienna"
the outer suspension of a speaker cone; holds the diaphragm in place but allows it to move when activated Usually made of foam or rubber
extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle; "The forest surrounds my property"
{i} edging, border, fringe; something that surrounds; environs, surroundings, area where something exists
To inclose, as a body of troops, between hostile forces, so as to cut off means of communication or retreat; to invest, as a city
extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle; "The forest surrounds my property" be around; "Developments surround the town"; "The river encircles the village
An encasement of an opening
The surround is the flexible ring around the edge of the woofer cone A highly flexible suspension system in the woofer usually indicates greater efficiency For most units, it is desirable to have suspensions that are pliable enough to let the woofer cone travel freely in and out (excursion) A technical specification for this characteristic in more expensive speakers, is XMS The further the cone can travel, the more compliant it is, the stronger the bass Surrounds are usually made of cloth, foam or rubber Rubber provides excellant excusion and has higher longevity
To pass around; to travel about; to circumnavigate; as, to surround the world
If a person or thing is surrounded by something, that thing is situated all around them. The small churchyard was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence The shell surrounding the egg has many important functions. the snipers and artillerymen in the surrounding hills
A frame of wood that encloses the perimeter of a removable grille unit, providing greater stability, ease of removal and a professional, finished appearance (View illustration )
envelop completely; "smother the meat in gravy"
The ornamental frame of a door or window
A method of hunting some animals, as the buffalo, by surrounding a herd, and driving them over a precipice, into a ravine, etc
The noncombustible material surrounding the fire box opening Usually tile, marble, brick or metal
Channels or speakers in a multichannel audio system whose purpose is to create a sense of sonic environment or all-around directionality
Aluminum trim that is secured to an energy panel by an adhesive or vinyl barb to give the glass panel a finished edge Also used to describe the aluminum framework for most standard screen
surround sound
A multiple-speaker sound system which gives the effect of being surrounded by sound
surround sounds
plural form of surround sound
surround-sound
Alternative spelling of surround sound
surround sound
An extra audio track now added to many films often used for atmospheric or special effects sounds The surround speakers are place at the side and/or rear of the audience so that the patrons appear 'surrounded' by the film's soundtrack When first developed was predominantly used for sudden special effects sounds such as explosions, and so was first know as the effects soundtrack
surround sound
a system that separates the various components of the sound track, then disperses them to speakers placed around the room Four to five speakers are incorporated, and surround sound processor is used to create the effect For example, voices could come from behind the screen while other sound effects could come from beside or even behind the viewer
surround sound
The popular term used to describe an experience where the sound 'surrounds' you This is best achieved using surround-encoded material, a receiver, and surround speakers
surround sound
usually representative of the monophonic sound extracted from the stereo signal sent to smaller rear or side speakers used in a home theater See Home Theater
surround sound
{i} sound reproduction that uses three or more transmission channels and speakers to intensify the feeling of being surrounded by sound sources
surround sound
An audio system or part of a home theater system that creates a three-dimensional, wrap-around sound field as opposed to a front soundstage only
surround sound
Sound extracted from the stereo signal sent to smaller rear or side speakers used in a home theater
surround-sound
a system of four or more speakers (=pieces of equipment that sound comes out of) used so that sounds from a film or television programme come from all directions
Surround.
enring
surrounded
Simple past tense and past participle of surround
surrounding
outlaying area; area in proximity to something
surrounding
which is surrounding
surroundings
the area surrounding someone or something, together with the objects and circumstances in the vicinity; the environment or ambiance
surroundings
plural form of surrounding
surrounds
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of surround
surrounds
Things bordering, adjacent to, or nearby another

It was an informative guide to the city and surrounds.

Surrounded
inclosed
Surrounding
Ambient
To surround
enround
To surround
circle
To surround
ring
dolby surround
The new name given to Dolby Stereo for the consumer market
dolby surround
a system designed to duplicate Dolby Stereo in homes using three channels and four speakers
dolby surround
A matrix encoding method that combines four channels (Left, Center, Right, and a limited bandwidth Surround channel) into two channels These two channels can be summed together for mono playback, or played back as normal stereo When the two channels are fed into the active Dolgy Pro Logic decoder, the matrix is unfolded back into four channels again The limited bandwidth Surround channel is reproduced through the Left Surround and Right Surround speakers If the matrix is fed into a passive decoder, then only the stereo signal plus the surround channel is unfolded
dolby surround
Matrix analog coding of four audio channels - Left, Center, Right, Surround (LCRS) - into two channels referred to as Right-total and Left-total The Dolby Surround system originally was developed for motion pictures
dolby surround
The encoding process used to make material compatible with Dolby Pro-Logic 2 - Another surround format that came out before Dolby Prologic It consists of only three channels: left/right front channels, and one surround channel
dolby surround
-four audio channels (left, center, right, and surround) converted to two channels referred to as right-total and left-total
surrounded
{s} encircled, inclosed
surrounded
confined on all sides; "a camp surrounded by enemies"; "the encircled pioneers"
surrounded
confined on all sides; "a camp surrounded by enemies"; "the encircled pioneers
surrounded
past of surround
surrounding
outlaying area; area in close proximity to something
surrounding
environment
surrounding
An encompassing
surrounding
Inclosing; encircling
surrounding
closely encircling; "encompassing mountain ranges"; "the surrounding countryside"
surrounding
The things which surround or environ; external or attending circumstances or conditions
surrounding
present participle of surround
surrounding
{s} encircling, inclosing
surrounding
near or around a particular place = nearby
surroundings
everything in the universe surrounding a thermodynamic system
surroundings
That portion of the universe which does not include the system in question Thus, a universe consists of a system and its surroundings
surroundings
In thermodynamics, the part of the universe not included in the system
surroundings
That portion of the universe that is not the system
surroundings
When you are describing the place where you are at the moment, or the place where you live, you can refer to it as your surroundings. Schumacher adapted effortlessly to his new surroundings. the objects, buildings, natural things etc that are around a person or thing at a particular time sb's surroundings
surroundings
plural of surrounding
surroundings
The portion of matter or space outside that which is under consideration as a system
surroundings
the area in which something exists or lives; "the country--the flat agricultural surround"
surroundings
all parts of the universe which are not part of the system Changes, such as in enthalpy or entropy of the surroundings are the opposite of the changes to the system
surroundings
the environmental condition
surroundings
the part of the world with which an organism is in contact: i e , the part which determines the reactions and physiological and sometimes even morphological adaptation of the organisms which naturally or normally live and grow there In turn, the surroundings are also modified, transformed and moulded as a result of contact with living beings
surroundings
{i} environment, environs; that which surrounds
surroundings
are all portions of the universe other than the system
surroundings
All parts of the universe that are not within the thermodynamic system of interest
surrounds
third-person singular of surround
التركية - الإنجليزية
ortaya almak
surround sessiz
(Bilgisayar) surround mute
surround efekti
(Bilgisayar) surround effect
surround seçimi
(Bilgisayar) surround select
surround
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