tailing

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الإنجليزية - التركية
maden filizi ayıldıktan sonra kalan kir
artık
(Tekstil) renk farklılığı (parti boyunca)
yarısı dışarıda yarısı içeride bulunan taş veya tuğlanın duvar içindeki kısmı
posa
harmandan kalan saman
{i} saplama tuğlanın duvarın içindeki kısmı
(isim) saplama tuğlanın duvarın içindeki kısmı
(Coğrafya) cevher artığı
kuyruk
tail
kuyruk

Bazı kedilerde kuyruklar yok. - Tails are absent in some cats.

Uluslararası Sun-Earth Explorer 3 uzay gemisi kuyruklu yıldız Giacobini-Zinner'in kuyruğu boyunca uçarken 11 Eylül 1985'te ilk doğrudan kuyruklu yıldız ölçümleri yaptı. - The International Sun-Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) spacecraft made the first ever direct cometary measurements on September 11, 1985 as it flew through the tail of Comet Giacobini-Zinner.

tailing off
off atık
tail
{f} izlemek
tail
{s} arka

Uçağın arkasındaki kuyruk denge sağlar. - The tail at the rear of the plane provides stability.

Sağ arka lamban patlamış. - Your right taillight is busted.

tail
{f} peşine takılmak
tail
etek (giysiye ait)
tail
(Askeri) kıç taraftan demirlemek
tail
şartlı tasarruf (miras)
tail
son
tail
azalmak
tail
arka kısım
tail
popo
tail
kuyruk yapmak
tail
nihayet
tail
son bölüm
tailings
(Tarım) saman
tail
kuyruk gibi peşine takılmak
tail
yakından izlemek
tail
göt
tailings
şeker topağı
Tail
taile
e-tailing
İnternet perakendeciliği

In addition, the domain of research has often been confined to e-tailing.

e-tailing
e-atık
tail
kuyruğa
tail
Bozuk paranın yazı yüzü
mill tailing
(Çevre) fabrika atık birikintisi
tail
{i} (hayvana ait) kuyruk
tail
{i} kıç
tail
(Tıp) Bazı hayvanların vücutlarının arka kısmında yer alan hareket yeteneğine sahip uzantı, kuyruk
tail
şarta bağlı tasarruf
tail
peşine takılan kimse
tail
yazı

Turalar ben kazanırım, yazılar sen kaybedersin. - Heads I win, tails you lose.

tail
kuyrul yapmak
tail

Uluslararası Sun-Earth Explorer 3 uzay gemisi kuyruklu yıldız Giacobini-Zinner'in kuyruğu boyunca uçarken 11 Eylül 1985'te ilk doğrudan kuyruklu yıldız ölçümleri yaptı. - The International Sun-Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) spacecraft made the first ever direct cometary measurements on September 11, 1985 as it flew through the tail of Comet Giacobini-Zinner.

Uçağın arkasındaki kuyruk denge sağlar. - The tail at the rear of the plane provides stability.

tail
kuyruk,v.peşine takıl: n.kuyruk
tail
meşrut
tail
bozuk paranın resimsiz tarafı
tail
{f} gütmek
tail
tail kuyruğuna takıl
tail
meşrut vakıf
tail
{i} arka kısım, kuyruk; son bölüm: in the tail of the procession kafilenin son bölümünde. the tail of the airplane
tail
{f} sapını ayıklamak
tail
(Askeri) KOL SONU: Yürüyüş düzenindeki bir kolun son unsuru
tail
frak
tail
(Tıp) Kuyruğa benzer herhangi bir oluşum veya organ parçası
tail
ceket ucu veya kuyruğu
tail
{f} kuyruğu ile tutmak
tail
{i} sınırlı sahiplik (miras)
tail
koşullu
tail
uçağın kuyr
tail
mahdut
tail
kuyruk takmak
tail
(sıfat) arka
tailings
{i} tortu
tailings
{i} harman artığı saman
tailings
posa
التركية - التركية

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TAİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kudret ve gına
TAİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fayda. Menfaat
TAİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Uzayan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
the act of following someone
Present participle of tail
The part of a projecting stone or brick inserted in a wall
It is dressed over again to secure whatever metal may exist in it
  In facsimile systems, the excessive prolongation of the decay of the signal   (188) Synonym  hangover
8 (a)
Sexual intercourse
The refuse part of stamped ore, thrown behind the tail of the buddle or washing apparatus
A prolongation of current in a telegraph line, due to capacity in the line and causing signals to run together
following surreptitiously; keeping under surveillance; "always on guard against shadowing submarines"
Same as Tail, n
The lighter parts of grain separated from the seed threshing and winnowing; chaff
A reduction in the quantity of an asset held in order to offset future income received by the asset
Called also tails
A term used to describe the asymmetrical shape of a peak, technically defined as having an asymmetry factor >1 -- Tee A T-shaped fitting used to connect three pieces of tubing [see graphic]
material rejected from a mill after the recoverable valuable minerals have been extracted
* A textile printing expression used when colors bleed or run into each other * A loose end left protruding at the base of a yarn cone or bobbin
Each drop of ink printed out of an ink jet printer has a tail or portion of the drop that is traveling slower than the main body As the drop travels farther from the print head, the tail gets longer If the tail gets too long or if the substrate is traveling too fast, the drop does not hit in just one spot but is spread out along the path of travel
the act of following someone secretly
{i} act of following
e-tailing
The conducting of business via electronic media, especially via the Internet
tail
Sexual intercourse

I'm gonna get me some tail tonight.

tail
An object or part thereof resembling a tail in shape, such as the thongs on a cat-o'-nine-tails or other multi-tail whip
tail
Specifically, the visible stream of dust and gases blown from a comet by the solar wind
tail
The male member of a person or animal

After the burly macho nudists' polar bear dip, their tails were spectacularly shrunk, so they looked like an immature kid's innocent tail.

tail
The side of a coin not bearing the head; normally the side on which the monetary value of the coin is indicated; the reverse
tail
The lower loop of the letters in the Roman alphabet, as in g, q or y
tail
The rear structure of an aircraft, the empennage
tail
The tail-end of a creature (buttocks, even if tailless) or an object, e.g. the rear of an aircraft's fuselage, containing the tailfin

When a grumpy client of the frat's annual carwash complained the tail of his menure-soiled tractor wasn't completely cleaned, the poor pledges had to drop trou and bend over to get their own tails paddled in public.

tail
The caudal appendage of an animal that is attached to its posterior and near the anus
tail
One who surreptitiously follows another
tail
All the last terms of a sequence, from some term on
tailings
plural form of tailing
tailings
the waste that remains after the minerals have been extracted from an ore by ore dressing; gangue, slimes
tail
{v} to pull by the tail
tail
{n} the hinder part
e-tailing
Retail business conducted online via the World Wide Web
E-tailing
electronic retailing, selling of commercial products via the Internet
tail
remove the stalk of fruits or berries
tail
emphasis If you say that you have your tail between your legs, you are emphasizing that you feel defeated and ashamed. His team retreated last night with tails tucked firmly between their legs
tail
To hold by the end; said of a timber when it rests upon a wall or other support; with in or into
tail
The tail of an animal, bird, or fish is the part extending beyond the end of its body. a black dog with a long tail. + -tailed -tailed white-tailed deer
tail
An object or part thereof resembling a tail in shape, such as the thongs on a cat-o-nine-tails or other multi-tail whip
tail
A train or company of attendants; a retinue
tail
The tail-end of a creature (buttocks, even if tailless) or object, e.g. the rear of an aircrafts fuselage, containing the tailfin
tail
The last four or five batsmen in the batting order, usually specialist bowlers
tail
The part of a note which runs perpendicularly upward or downward from the head; the stem
tail
{s} of or pertaining to a tail; situated in the tail or rear section (as of an aircraft)
tail
go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
tail
The bottom or lower portion of a member or part, as a slate or tile
tail
The remaining reserves after a project financing has been repaid Sometimes refers to the residual value
tail
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
tail
the posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body
tail
A tailed coat; a tail coat
tail
The payment stream and/or balloon payment of an income stream subsequent to another party's right and interest in the income stream Usually the back half of the payment stream when another party has purchased the front half
tail
Hence, the back, last, lower, or inferior part of anything, as opposed to the head, or the superior part
tail
remove or shorten the tail of an animal
tail
the rear part of an aircraft
tail
the posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body the rear part of an aircraft (usually plural) the reverse side of a coin that does not bear the representation of a person's head a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements any projection that resembles the tail of an animal remove the stalk of fruits or berries
tail
{f} remove the tail of an animal; furnish with a tail; come after, follow behind; gradually stop or disappear; follow a person in order to observe his activities
tail
To surreptitiously follow and observe
tail
One of the strips at the end of a bandage formed by splitting the bandage one or more times
tail
1) The end of a line 2) A line attached to the end of a wire to make it easier to use 3) To gather the unused end of a line neatly so that it does not become tangled
tail
caudate
tail
1 The very rearmost section of a ski 2 The entire rear section, from the back of the binding to the very end
tail
A downy or feathery appendage to certain achenes
tail
This term has been used to describe both the exposure that exists after expiration of a policy and the coverage that may be purchased to cover that exposure On "occurrence" forms a claims tail may extend for years after policy expiration, and the losses may be covered On "claims made" forms tail coverage may be purchased to extend the period for reporting covered claims beyond the normal policy period
tail
To tail someone means to follow close behind them and watch where they go and what they do. Officers had tailed the gang from London during a major undercover inquiry He trusted her so little that he had her tailed. = shadow
tail
The part of a distribution most distant from the mode; as, a long tail
tail
A portion of an incision, at its beginning or end, which does not go through the whole thickness of the skin, and is more painful than a complete incision; called also tailing
tail
The rear of a container
tail
To swing with the stern in a certain direction; said of a vessel at anchor; as, this vessel tails down stream
tail
In some forms of rope-laying machine, pieces of rope attached to the iron bar passing through the grooven wooden top containing the strands, for wrapping around the rope to be laid
tail
The part of the dog that wags
tail
If you toss a coin and it comes down tails, you can see the side of it that does not have a picture of a head on it
tail
The latter part of a time period or event, or (collectively) persons or objects represented in this part
tail
Same as Tailing, 4
tail
It is formed of the permanent elongated style
tail
(1) The difference between the average price in Treasury auctions and the stopout price (2) A future money market instrument (one available some period hence) created by buying an existing instrument and financing the initial portion of its life with a term repo (3) The extreme ends under a probability curve (4) The odd amount in an MBS pool
tail
the rear part of a ship
tail
Any long, flexible terminal appendage; whatever resembles, in shape or position, the tail of an animal, as a catkin
tail
the time of the last part of something; "the fag end of this crisis-ridden century"; "the tail of the storm"
tail
{i} rear appendage on some animals; longer section at the back of an evening dress or jacket; detective who follows a person and keeps track of his activities; woman as a sex object (Derogatory Slang); buttocks, derriere (Slang)
tail
any projection that resembles the tail of an animal
tail
(usually plural) the reverse side of a coin that does not bear the representation of a person's head
tail
In flying machines, a plane or group of planes used at the rear to confer stability
tail
The back end of the board, from the back two truck bolts, to the tip of the deck
tail
Bottom edge of a leaf, board, or bound volume; that is, the surface on which a volume rests when shelved upright (LBI Standard, Glossary, p 17)
tail
The bottom portion of the backbone of a bound volume
tail
If a man is wearing tails, he is wearing a formal jacket which has two long pieces hanging down at the back
tail
Limited; abridged; reduced; curtailed; as, estate tail
tail
The side of a coin not bearing the head; the reverse
tail
The terminal, and usually flexible, posterior appendage of an animal
tail
The side of a coin opposite to that which bears the head, effigy, or date; the reverse; rarely used except in the expression "heads or tails,"
tail
A thin, relatively short extension of the rear of the hindwing In some species, such as the Hairstreaks, it is thought to mimic insect antennae and thus mislead bird predators into biting at the wrong end and only getting a mouthful of wing while the butterfly escapes in the opposite direction
tail
The lower loop of the letters g, q, and y in the roman alphabet
tail
Limitation; abridgment
tail
output the last part of files
tail
Commonly refers to the difference between the average and stop prices in Treasury cash auctions
tail
cannot make head or tail of something: see head. Being in tail: a tail estate. to follow someone and watch what they do, where they go etc. Extension of the vertebral column beyond the trunk, or any slender projection resembling such a structure. In fishes and other animals living completely or partly in water, it is very important to movement through water. Many tree-dwelling animals (e.g., squirrels) use the tail for balance and as a rudder when leaping; in some (e.g., certain monkeys), it is adapted for grasping. Birds' tail feathers aid in flight maneuverability. Other animals use their tails for defense (e.g., porcupines), social signals (e.g., dogs and cats), warning signals (e.g., deer and rattlesnakes), and hunting (e.g., alligators). whip tailed ray free tailed bat white tailed deer
tail
a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements
tail
See Tailing, n
tail
Bottom of the book, esp at the spine
tail
To follow or hang to, like a tail; to be attached closely to, as that which can not be evaded
tail
The comet's tail is its most distinctive feature The tail always points away from the Sun! These appendages come in a variety of shapes and lengths that can vary from a small fraction of a degree, to the rare few that cover a significant portion of the sky
tail
employed when a coin is thrown up for the purpose of deciding some point by its fall
tail
Feathers extending from the rear of the bird
tail
in previously glaciated areas, a tapering ridge of debris that has been protected from erosion by a glacier by being on the sheltered side of a lump (crag) of more resistant rock
tail
To pull or draw by the tail
tail
the rear of the skateboard, from the back truck bolts to the end
tail
(1) In US Treasury cash auctions, refers to the differences between the average " issue price" and the "stop out price" (2) In the repo market, a dealer establishes a tail when it deliberately makes the reverse repo for longer than the repo in the hope that the interest rates will fall, lowering the cost of the remaining part of the reverse repo
tail
A rope spliced to the strap of a block, by which it may be lashed to anything
tail
male member of a person animal
tail
The short piece of the case rim at the small end of the harpsichord
tail
The side of a coin opposite to that which bears the head, effigy, or date; the reverse; rarely used except in the expression "heads or tails," employed when a coin is thrown up for the purpose of deciding some point by its fall
tail
The distal tendon of a muscle
tail
You can use tail to refer to the end or back of something, especially something long and thin. the horizontal stabilizer bar on the plane's tail
tail
noun The part of the skateboard intended to be the rear end when riding
tailings
material rejected from a treatment plant after the valuable minerals have been recovered
tailings
Mining waste left after mechanical or chemical separation of minerals from crushed ore
tailings
The material that remains after all metals considered economic have been removed from ore during milling
tailings
A generic term for wastes or residues of rock from mining or milling operations that typically contain high concentrations of heavy metals Tailings are composed of sand-sized particles consolidated in large piles containing millions of tons of wastes and often covering hundreds of acres of land at mining and milling sites
tailings
Material rejected from a mill after most of the recoverable valuable minerals have been extracted
tailings
material rejected from a mill after the valuable minerals have been recovered
tailings
fine waste material from a mineral-processing plant, that is too poor for further treatment
tailings
Residue of ore which contains no mineral value; now legally known as debris
tailings
Rock and other waste materials separated from ore in the mining process
tailings
the waste that remains after the minerals have been extracted from an ore by ore dressing; gangue
tailings
Ground rock remaining after particular ore minerals (e g uranium oxides) are extracted
tailings
residue separated in the preparation of various products (as with ores)
tailings
Sludge, mineral residue and waste water (apart from final effluent) resulting from ore extraction or processing and the slag from pyrometallurgical operations
tailings
Material rejected from a mill after the recoverable valuable minerals have been extracted
tailings
the powdery wastes produced by the milling of a mineral ore      
tailings
Waste products from the mining, extraction, and upgrading process
tailings
Ground rock remaining after particular ore minerals (e g , uranium oxides) are extracted
tailings
– material rejected from a mill after the valuable minerals have been recovered
tailings
Residue of raw material or waste separated out during the processing of crops or mineral ores
tailings
The waste material remaining after metal is extracted from ore
tailings
Residue from metallurgical processing, comprising finely ground rock which may include process chemical residues
tailings
Residue of raw material or waste separated out during the processing of crops or mineral ores Source: US EPA
tailings
Second grade or waste rock fragments derived from screening or processing or raw ores Contaminate water quality of streams and rivers
tailings
Rock that remains after processing ore to remove the valuable minerals
tailings
The waste material deposited by mills and smelters
tailings
The finely ground residue or waste material contained in the ore remaining after floating off the mineral-bearing concentrate
tailing
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