till

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الإنجليزية - التركية
-e kadar
{e} kadar

O, sabahtan akşama kadar çalıştı. - She worked from morning till night.

Onunla tanışıncaya kadar, o, bilgiyi bilmiyordu. - She didn't know the information till she met him.

e kadar
(Ticaret) para kasası
(Tarım) (toprağı) sürmek
çiftçilik
değin
(Coğrafya) til
(Tarım) pullukla sürmek
bkz.until
para çekmecesi
bağ
kasa
oluncaya kadar

Bir ebeveynin sevgisini kendimiz ebeveynler oluncaya kadar asla bilmeyiz. - We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves.

Sınavda başarısız oluncaya kadar tembelliğinden pişman olmadı. - He did not repent of his idleness till he failed in the examination.

(İş yerlerinde kullanılan) Kasa
balçık/kasa
ziraat
dek

Ben ona kadar sayıncaya dek bekleyin. - Wait till I count to ten.

O kadar sıcak bir geceydi ki gece yarısına dek uyuyamadım. - It was such a hot night that I could not sleep till midnight.

(bağlaç) kadar, dek
till I come
conj. kadar
gelinceye kadar
{e} bağ. -e kadar: till Friday cumaya kadar. till Antalya Antalya'ya kadar
işle
{f} işlemek (toprak)
ben gelinceye kadar

Ben gelinceye kadar onun beklemesini iste. - Ask her to wait till I come.

Sadece ben gelinceye kadar pozisyonunu bozma. - Just hold your position till I arrive.

{f} sürmek
zamana kadar

O zamana kadar hiç panda görmemiştim. - I had never seen a panda till that time.

Dükkân ne zamana kadar açık? - When is the store open till?

till now şimdiye kadar
çift

Sabahtan akşama kadar çiftlikte çalışıyor. - He works on the farm from morning till night.

Çiftçi gün doğumunda kalktı ve gün batımına kadar çalıştı. - The farmer rose at sunrise and worked till sunset.

{f} toprağı sürmek
till
(Coğrafya) buzul çökelleri
işlemek
till all hours
geceden sabaha kadar
till all hours
çok geç
till dark
akşama dek
till doomsday
kıyamete kadar
till further notice
yeni bir duyuruya kadar
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) daima
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) sonsuza dek
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) hep
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) ilelebet
till money
(Ticaret) ankes
till the cows come home
(deyim) sonsuza kadar
till the end
sonuna dek
till the end of time
ebediyyen
till the last
sonuna kadar
till the late hours
geç saatlere kadar
till the present day
bu zamana dek
till then
o vakte kadar
till Doomsday
daima
till money
kasa mevcudu
till the cows come home
balık kavağa çıkınca
till the dust settles
ihtiraslar soğuyanda
till the dust settles
her şey yoluna düşende
till then
o zamana kadar

Gıda malzemeleri o zamana kadar dayanmaz. - The food supplies will not hold out till then.

Umarım bu iyi hava o zamana kadar devam edecek. - I hope this good weather will hold till then.

till after
kadar sonra
till all is blue
tüm mavi kadar
till dawn
sabaha kadar
till death do us apart
Ölüm bizi ayırana kadar
till farther notice
uzağa fark kadar
till kadar
(toprağı) sürmek, işlemek
till now
şimdiye kadar
till one drops
bir damla kadar
till today
Bugüne kadar
till yer
yer kadar
Till when
{k} bak
till death
ölene kadar
till doomsday
dünya döndükçe
till doomsday
kıyamet gününe kadar
till further notice
yeni bir talimat verilene kadar, yeni bir duyuruya kadar
till further orders
başka emir gelinceye kadar
till kingdom come
kıyamete kadar
till now
hâlâ
till what time
saat kaça kadar
till when
dığı zamana kadar
tiller
kök filizi
tiller
kök
tiller
kökten filiz sürmek
tilled
işlenmiş
tilled
sürülmüş
tiller
(Askeri) yeke

Birçok eski araba direksiyon yerine yeke kullanırdı. - Many early cars used a tiller instead of a steering wheel.

tiller
çiftçi
up till now
şu ana kadar
glacial till
buzul toprağı
tillable
ziraata elverişli
tillable
işlenebilir
tilled
{f} sür
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today
(Atasözü) Bugünün işini yarına bırakma
from dawn till dusk
Şafaktan gün batımına kadar, sabahtan akşama
from dusk till dawn
sabahın ilk ışıklarına kadar alacakaranlık dan
not till
değil kadar
since ... till today
den bugüne
tiller
yekee
tilling
kiremit döşemek
up till
yukarıya kadar
up till now
bugüne kadar
up till now
şimdiye kadar

Şimdiye kadar Amerika Birleşik Devletleri kendini dünyanın polisi olarak adlandırdı ve askeri güce dayanarak baskıya devam etmektedir. - Up till now the United States has called itself the world's police and continues suppression relying on military force.

Until when? till when
{k} bak
breakfast is served from 8 till 10 a.m
kahvaltı saat 8 ile 10 arası vardır
glacial till
buzul tili
i will stay till june 15
15 haziran'a kadar kalacağım
it's not over till it's over
herşey bitmiş sayılmaz
it's not over till it's over
son sözümü söylemedim
it's not over till it's over
henüz herşey bitmedi
stay awake till morning
sabahlamak
the shops are open till two o'clock
mağazalar saat ikiye kadar açık
tillable
sürülebilir
tillable
(sıfat) sürülebilir
tiller
filiz
tiller
dümen yekesi
tiller
{i} (dümene takılan) yeke
tiller
sürgün/yeke/çiftçi
tiller
{i} sürgün (bitki)
tiller
kök filiz
tilling
{f} kiremit döşe: prep.kiremit döşey
tilling
{i} kiremit döşeme
work till morning
sabahlamak
التركية - التركية

تعريف till في التركية التركية القاموس.

til
Buzul, kökenli blok kil
til
Buzul kökenli blok kil
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A cash register
Manure or other material used to fertilize land
Glacial drift consisting of a mixture of clay, sand, pebbles and boulders
The contents of a cash register, for example at the beginning or end of the day or of a cashier's shift

My count of my till was 30 dollars short.

Before (something is true)
Up to
As late as
Up to the time that (something is true)
To cultivate soil
To work or cultivate or plough (soil); to prepare for growing vegetation and crops
To develop so as to improve or prepare for usage; to cultivate (said of knowledge, virtue, mind etc)
A removable box within a cash register containing the money

Pull all the tills and lock them in the safe.

{c} until, to the time or degree
{v} to cultivate, plow, dig, turn up, sow
{p} unto
{n} a money-box in a shop, a shelf
A vetch; a tare
Drawer or compartment in desks, chests, etc designed to hold small valuables Often made with secret locks or springs
debris deposited directly by melting ice in a glacier
Unsorted solid material that is carried and/or deposited by a glacier
To work or cultivate or plough (soil); to prepare for growing vegatation and crops
Unsorted sediment deposited directly from glacier ice with little or no reworking by meltwater or mass movement Usually contains particles ranging in size from clay to boulders, and may be partially consolidated depending on the geologic history
a strongbox for holding cash
a treasury for government funds
Unstratified glacial drift consisting of unsorted, intermixed clay, sand, gravel, rock, and boulders Generally well-cemented and impermeable
A deposit of sediment formed under a glacier and left in place after the glacier's departure, consisting of an unlayered mixture of, silt, sand, and gravel ranging widely in size and shape The soils in the HBEF have been formed from and lie on till left from glaciers that retreated ~10,000 years ago
unsorted and unstratified rock debris deposited directly by glaciers It ranges in size from clay to large boulders
Deposit from a glacier of unsorted rocks, boulders, gravel and sand (glacial drift)
A type of sediment in which the components have been brought into contact by the direct agency of glacial ice
Sediment deposited directly by a glacier usually an unsorted mixture of many sediment
Loose sediment deposited by glaciers
The unsorted mixture of sediment carried or deposited by a glacier Also known as "glacial drift"
A money drawer in a shop or store
work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation; "till the soil"
To; unto; up to; as far as; until; now used only in respect to time, but formerly, also, of place, degree, etc
chaotic mix of clay and boulders deposited by glaciers during the last Ice Age
A kind of coarse, obdurate land
conj. until, up to the time that
A removable box within a cash drawer containing the money
{f} work the soil, plow or dig soil in preparation for planting
Heterogeneous sediment deposited directly by a glacier The particles within this deposit have not been size sorted by the action of wind or water
A non-sorted or poorly sorted sediment containing a wide range of particle sizes deposited by glacier ice There are several kinds of till, determined by the mode of deposition
unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together
to cultivate; as, to till the earth, a field, a farm
The contents of a cash register or of a cash drawer, for example, at the beginning or end of the day or of a cashiers shift
In a shop or other place of business, a till is a counter or cash register where money is kept, and where customers pay for what they have bought. long queues at tills that make customers angry
Till consists of a generally unconsolidated, unsorted, unstratified heterogeneous mixture of clay, silt, sand, gravel and boulders of different sizes and shapes Till is deposited directly by and underneath glacial ice without subsequent reworking by meltwater
In spoken English and informal written English, till is often used instead of until. They had to wait till Monday to ring the bank manager I've survived till now, and will go on doing so without help from you. Till is also a conjunction. They slept till the alarm bleeper woke them at four
A till is the drawer of a cash register, in which the money is kept. He checked the register. There was money in the till. Till and until are generally interchangeable in both writing and speech, though as the first word in a sentence until is usually preferred: Until you get that paper written, don't even think about going to the movies.·Till is actually the older word, with until having been formed by the addition to it of the prefix un-, meaning "up to." In the 18th century the spelling 'till became fashionable, as if till were a shortened form of until. Although 'till is now nonstandard, 'til is sometimes used in this way and is considered acceptable, though it is etymologically incorrect. Glacial drift composed of an unconsolidated, heterogeneous mixture of clay, sand, pebbles, cobbles, and boulders. In geology, the unsorted material deposited directly by glacial ice and showing no stratification. Till is sometimes called boulder clay because it is composed of clay, boulders of intermediate size, or both. The rock fragments are usually angular and sharp rather than rounded, because they are deposited from ice and have undergone little water transport. The pebbles and boulders may be faceted and striated from grinding while lodged in the glacier. Eulenspiegel Till no till farming till less agriculture
As far as; up to the place or degree that; especially, up to the time that; that is, to the time specified in the sentence or clause following; until
A deposit of clay, sand, and gravel, without lamination, formed in a glacier valley by means of the waters derived from the melting glaciers; sometimes applied to alluvium of an upper river terrace, when not laminated, and appearing as if formed in the same manner
{i} cashbox, drawer
{e} until, up to
unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation; "till the soil
glacier deposits composed primarily of unsorted sand, silt, clay, and boulders laid down directly by the melting ice
Unsorted, unstratified rock debris composed of a wide range of particle sizes that was deposited directly by and underneath a glacier
Treble Increase at Low Levels A type of compression amplification system which attenuates (reduces) the amount of high frequency gain as input signal levels increase
Turning the soil to improve its condition by increasing air and moisture to roots and thoroughly mixing in amendments Back to alphabetical list
A tray or drawer in a chest
Treble Increase at Low Levels A type of compression amplification system which attentuates (reduces) the amount of high frequency gain as input signal levels increase
Glacial sediment deposited directly by glacial ice (i e not meltwater) Till is characteristically, unsorted and unstratified, consisting of sand, silt, pebbles, cobbles, boulders, and other debris
Dominantly unsorted and unstratified drift, generally unconsolidated, deposited directly by and underneath a glacier without subsequent reworking by meltwater, and consisting of a heterogeneous mixture of clay, silt, sand, gravel, and boulders ranging widely in size and shape
and still so used in Scotland and in parts of England and Ireland; as, I worked till four o'clock; I will wait till next week
To plow and prepare for seed, and to sow, dress, raise crops from, etc
To prepare; to get
To cultivate land
A drawer
Unsorted and unstratified materials ranging in size from clay to large boulders that were transported and spread over the land surface by glaciers
Till Eulenspiegel
German peasant trickster of folk and literary tales. The historical Till is said to have died in 1350; anecdotes associated with his name were printed 1500 in Low German and from 1515 in High German. In the tales the stupid yet cunning peasant demonstrates his superiority to the narrow, dishonest, condescending townsmen, as well as to the clergy and nobility. The tales were translated into Dutch and English ( 1520), French (1532), and Latin (1558)
till 1,conjunction preposition
until
till dawn
until the early hours of the morning, throughout the night
till death do us part
only when we die will we be separated, part of traditional wedding vows that express the depth of the bond and commitment between a couple
till doomsday
until the end of time, until the time of the Apocalypse
till further notice
until a new announcement is made
till his dying day
until the day he dies, until his last breath, until perishing, until the end, until the last moment
till one's dying day
until the day when one passes away, until the end
till the cows come home
never, not at any time
till the end
all the way, without restraints, very much
till the very end
until the absolute conclusion
till then
until that time
six ways till Sunday
Alternative form of six ways to Sunday
til
until, till
tilled
ploughed or cultivated
tilled
Simple past tense and past participle of till
tiller
A handle; a stalk
tiller
Part of the rudder the helm holds to steer the boat, a piece of wood or metal extending forward from the rudder over or through the transom. Generally attached at the top of the rudder
tiller
A young tree
tiller
A bar of iron or wood connected with the rudderhead and leadline, usually forward, in which the rudder is moved as desired by the tiller (FM 55-501)
tiller
The stock; a beam on a crossbow carved to fit the arrow, or the point of balance in a longbow
you never know what you've got till it's gone
Good friends and acquaintances shouldn't be taken for granted
tillable
{a} that may be tilled or cultivated
tiller
{v} to put forth shoots or cions
tiller
{n} a plowman, handle of a rudder, till
tilling
{n} the act of cultivating land, culture
Emmett Till
{i} Emmett Louis "Bobo" Till (1941-1955) young black boy (native to Chicago, Illinois) who was kidnapped and lynched in Mississippi (USA) in 1955
eat till one is full
eat to the point where one can eat no more
emptied the till
took all the money out of the cash register
from dusk till dawn
all day long, throughout the day, from sunrise to sunset
no-till farming
or till-less agriculture Cultivation technique in which the soil is disturbed only along the slit or hole into which seeds are planted. Reserved detritus from previous crops covers and protects the seedbed. Primary benefits are a decreased rate of soil erosion; reduced need for equipment, fuel, and fertilizer; and significantly less time required for tending crops. The method also improves soil-aggregate formation, microbial activity in the soil, and water infiltration and storage. Conventional tillage controls weed growth by plowing and cultivating, but no-till farming selectively uses herbicides to kill weeds and the remains of the previous crop. No-till farming is one of several primitive farming methods revived as conservation measures in the 20th century
til
Truth In Lending – Federal law requiring disclosure of the Annual Percentage Rate to homebuyers shortly after they apply for the loan The form shows the terms of the loan proposed
til
truth-in-lending law
til
The paperwork that breaks down the actual costs of a loan over the duration of that loan
til
Until. See Usage Note at till. a short form of till
til
Truth in Lending
til
Apple Tech Info Library http: //til info apple com/
til
Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes These immune cells are extracted from the tumor tissue, treated in laboratory, and reinjected into the cancer patient
tillable
{s} can be tilled, can be plowed or dug in preparation for planting
tillable
able to be tilled or ploughed; arable
tillable
(of farmland) capable of being farmed productively
tillable
Capable of being tilled; fit for the plow; arable
tilled
turned or stirred by plowing or harrowing or hoeing; "tilled land ready for seed"
tilled
past of till
tilled
turned or stirred by plowing or harrowing or hoeing; "tilled land ready for seed
tiller
A branch formed at or near ground level by grasses and sedges
tiller
An arm of wood or metal fitted to the head of the rudder stock through which steering leverage is transmitted either from the steering linkage, or directly by the helmsman on smaller vessels
tiller
A young timber tree
tiller
A lever of wood or metal fitted to the rudder head and used for turning side to side in steering
tiller
lever used to turn the rudder on a boat someone who tills land (prepares the soil for the planting of crops) a shoot that sprouts from the base of a grass
tiller
Shoot of a grass (or cereal) plant, arising from a leaf axil, normally at the base of an older tiller
tiller
new growth in a graminoid that originates from dormant axillary buds in the plant crown or on rhizomes (Dahl and Hyder 1977)
tiller
{i} one who prepares land for raising crops, farmer; lever used to steer a boat by changing the direction of a rudder (Nautical); original shoot of a plant (Botany); stalk of a crossbow
tiller
A small drawer; a till
tiller
A bar used to control the rudder
tiller
The tiller of a boat is a handle that is fixed to the rudder. It is used to turn the rudder, which then steers the boat. a long handle fastened to the rudder (=part that controls the direction) of a boat (telier )
tiller
A shoot of a plant, springing from the root or bottom of the original stalk; a sucker
tiller
A machine that mechanically tills the soil
tiller
An erect, lateral shoot
tiller
Lever for turning the rudder
tiller
grow shoots in the form of stools or tillers
tiller
An arm attached to the top of the rudder to steer a small boat If the helmsman wants to steer to starboard, he pushes the tiller to port Larger boats usually use a wheel instead of a tiller
tiller
A lateral shoot on or just under the surface of the ground A shoot from the base of a plant
tiller
The wooden lever that is approximately 63" long and mounts to the top of the rudder and is used to turn the rudder and steer the boat
tiller
The handle of anything
tiller
The top or guiding handle on a pit saw As the topman, or top sawyer, controlled the direction and pace of the saw, that is steered it, it was called the tiller in reference to a boat’s tiller
tiller
An arm, attached to rudder stock, which turns the rudder - as on small outboard motors
tiller
A sprout or young tree that springs from a root or stump
tiller
of Rudder
tiller
The stick at the stern (rear) of the boat used to control the rudder, and therefore the direction the boat travels in
tiller
someone who tills land (prepares the soil for the planting of crops)
tiller
The stalk, or handle, of a crossbow; also, sometimes, the bow itself
tiller
The arm, or lever, used to control the angle of the rudder
tiller
lever used to turn the rudder on a boat
tiller
A bar of iron or wood connected with the rudderhead and leadline, usually forward, in which the rudder is moved as desired by the tiller
tiller
A heavy bar or lever having one end bored to fit on the rudder stock and having the other end fitted for connection to steering leads or relieving tackle The function of the tiller is to turn the rudder, but as on most ships this is accomplished by a steering engine through a quadrant or yoke, the tiller is only a spare fitting to be used with the relieving tackles when there is a breakdown in the steering engine
tiller
A stick or bar connected to the top of the rudder and used to steer the boat by moving the rudder
tiller
Cf
tiller
A shoot or culm produced from a crown bud
tiller
The balance between the upper and lower limbs, measured from the base of the limb to the string Adjustable on most modern Recurve and Compound bows
tiller
A bar or handle for turning a boat's rudder or an outboard motor
tiller
2d Helm, 1
tiller
To put forth new shoots
tiller
A new or additional shoot arising from the base of the original stem very common in grasses
tiller
One who tills; a husbandman; a cultivator; a plowman
tiller
A person who tills; a farmer
tiller
Traditionally the piece of wood the helmsman holds to control the rudder Now it can be made of aluminum, titanium or a composite material in order to save weight
tiller
To put forth new shoots from the root, or round the bottom of the original stalk; as, wheat or rye tillers; some spread plants by tillering
tiller
In small boats hand power is used; in large vessels, the tiller is moved by means of mechanical appliances
tiller
a farm implement used to break up the surface of the soil (for aeration and weed control and conservation of moisture)
tiller
"The horizontal bar joined at one end to the head of the rudder and providing the lever with which the rudder is moved " (Uden & Cooper)
tiller
a shoot that sprouts from the base of a grass
tiller
A shoot growing from the base of the stem of a grass plant
tilling
present participle of till
tilling
cultivation of the land in order to raise crops
tills
plural of till
verb till 3
to prepare land for growing crops = cultivate till the soil/land/fields etc
work till one drops
work until one has no energy left
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(Coğrafya) till
till
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