traveller

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} seyahat eden kimse
seyahat eden
yolcu

Ve yolcular onu hatırlıyor mu? - And do the travellers remember him?

seyyah

Evliya Çelebi 17. yüzyılda yaşamış bir Türk seyyahıdır. - Evliya Celebi was a Turkish traveller who lived in the 17th century.

Yabancı bir arazi yok; yalnızca yabancı olan seyyah budur. - There is no foreign land; it is the traveller only that is foreign.

i., İng., bak. traveler
pazarlamacı
{i} pazarlamacı [brit.]
{i} gezgin

Birçok gezgin gidecekleri yerlere trenle seyahat etme yerine bir araba kiralamaya karar verdiler. - Many travellers decided to rent a car instead of travelling by train to their destinations.

Kısacası, misafirler ve gezginler arasında bir fark vardır. - In short, there is a difference between guests and travellers.

gezer
gezici
transbordör
travel
gezmek

Dünyayı gezmek istiyorum. - I want to travel around the world.

Dünya'yı gezmek istiyorum. - I'd like to travel around the world.

travel
{f} yolculuk etmek

Böyle yüksek bir hızda yolculuk etmek olanaklı mı? - Is it possible to travel at such a high speed?

Tom yalnız başına yolculuk etmek istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to travel alone.

traveler
seyahat eden kimse
travel
gezi

İki aylığına Avrupa'yı geziyor olacağım. - I will be traveling in Europe for two months.

Gülliver'in Gezileri ünlü bir İngiliz yazar tarafından yazılmıştır. - Gulliver's Travels was written by a famous English writer.

travel
yolculuk

O yanında bir çalar saati almadan asla yolculuk yapmaz. - He never travels without taking an alarm clock with him.

Yalnız yolculuk ediyorum. - I'm travelling alone.

travel
{f} seyahat etmek

Seninle seyahat etmek istiyorum. - I want to travel with you.

Yurt dışına seyahat etmek ister misiniz? - Would you like to travel abroad?

travel
{i} seyahat

Bu yaz Avrupa'ya bisiklet ile seyahat edeceğim. - I'll travel across Europe by bicycle this summer.

Seninle seyahat etmek istiyorum. - I want to travel with you.

traveller's cheque
seyahat çeki
traveller's joy
şarmaşık
traveller's check
seyahat çeki
traveller's cheque/check
seyahat çeki
traveller's cheques
seyahat çekim
traveller's joy
sarmaşık
traveller's joy
yabanasması [(Botanik) ]
traveller's joy
filbahri [(Botanik) ]
travel
{f} kaçmak
travel
hareket

Dünya güneşin etrafında bir yörüngede hareket eder. - The earth travels in an orbit around the sun.

Işık sesten çok daha hızlı hareket eder. - Light travels much faster than sound.

travel
{i} seyahat etme

Yurt dışında seyahat etme fırsatım oldu. - I had a chance to travel abroad.

Yurt dışına seyahat etmek ister misiniz? - Would you like to travel abroad?

fellow traveller
yol arkadaşı
travel
işleme
travel
{f} seyahat et

Yurt dışına seyahat etmek ister misiniz? - Would you like to travel abroad?

Zamanda geçmişe seyahat etmenin imkansız olduğu düşünülüyor. - It is considered impossible to travel back to the past.

travel
{f} işlemek
travel
gitmek

Onun seyahate gitmek için yeterli parası yok. - He doesn't have enough money to go travelling.

Evinizden 10 km uzaktaki bir mağazaya gitmek istiyorsanız ve saatte 50 km hızla sürüyorsanız oraya varmak 12 dakikanızı alır. - If you want to travel to a store located 10 km from your house, and you drive at 50 km/h, it would take you 12 minutes to get there.

travel
{f} dolaşmak

Tom, Avrupa'da dolaşmak istedi. - Tom wanted to travel around Europe.

Tom, Avrupa'da dolaşmak istiyor. - Tom wants to travel around Europe.

travel
{f} k.dili. hızlı gitmek
leisure traveller
dinlence yolcusu
travel
yolculuk yapmak

Üç gündür yolculuk yapmaktayız. - We've been traveling for three days.

travel
(Spor) steps yapmak
travel
almak

Yeni davranış kurallarını ihlâl etmekten yakalanan gençler seyahat özgürlüğü haklarını kaybedecekler, ve bu hakkı geri almak için parasız toplum işini tamamlamak zorunda kalacaklar. - Youths who are caught violating the new rules on behaviour will lose their right to free travel, and will have to complete unpaid community work to earn it back.

Bir yıl izin almak ve dünyayı dolaşmak istiyorum. - I want to take a year off and travel around the world.

travel
seyahat yapmak
travel
görmek

Fadıl, Leyla'yı görmek için Kahire'ye gitti. - Fadil traveled to Cairo to see Layla.

Tom dünyayı görmek için yurtdışına seyahat ediyor. - Tom travels abroad to see the world.

travel
belli bir alanda gidip gelmek
travel
gazlamak
traveler
satış temsilcisi (gezici)
commercial traveller
seyyar ticaret acentası
travel
topuklamak
travel
tüymek
travel
yol almak
traveler
bkz.traveller
traveler
{i} pazarlamacı [brit.]
conde nast traveller
Conde Nast Traveler
Ring traveller
(Tekstil) Kopça
commercial traveller
İng. (gezici) satış temsilcisi
travel
dili hızlı gitmek
travel
gezip dolaşmak
travel
yol gitmek
travel
seyahatname
travel
(Nükleer Bilimler) gezinme
travel
hareket etmek
travel
geçmek
travel
muntazam ha
traveler
{i} yolcu, seyyah, gezgin, gezmen
traveler
{i} yolcu

Tom'un gerçekten bir zaman yolcusu olduğuna inanan bir sürü insan var. - There are a lot of people who believe that Tom really is a time traveler.

Turistler karanlıktan önce yolculuklarını bitirmeli. - Travelers should finish their journey before dark.

traveler
{i} gezgin

Gezgin bana yol sormak için durdu. - The traveler stopped to ask me the way.

Birçok ülkeden gezgin geldi. - The travelers came from many lands.

traveler
pazarlamacı
traveler
{i} seyyah
traveler
{i} (gezici) satış temsilcisi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
One who travels, especially to distant lands
a metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship’s rigging
Member of the nomadic ethnic minority
A term for a modern day gypsy, tinker, caravan dweller, etc
A term for a list and record of instructions that follows a part in a manufacturing process
{n} one who travels or goes journeys
Member of the nomadic ethnic minority. (The term Gypsy is considered historically incorrect)
A small piece of the same product (panel, tube, etc ) as the test specimen, used for example to measure moisture content as a result of conditioning
trav·el·ler travellers in AM, use traveler
an old term for a salesperson; a travelling salesperson
A component actually carrying the cartridge in our more complex cartridge carriers The cartridge is mounted in the traveller's slotted holes as usual The traveller is then mounted with three bolts into the headshell The front bolt acts as pivoting pin See headshell page
{i} person or thing traveling, one who makes a journey, voyager
a metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship's rigging
A traveller is a person who travels from place to place, often living in a van or other vehicle, rather than living in one place. see also New Age traveller
A metal bar parallel to the deck, running athwartships to allow a sail sheet to be led to either side
A traveller is a person who is making a journey or a person who travels a lot. Many air travellers suffer puffy ankles and feet during long flights
a person who changes location
traveller's cheque
A preprinted cheque for a fixed amount, often in a foreign currency, issued by a bank that may be used instead of cash; may usually be replaced if lost or stolen
traveller's joy
a climbing shrub native to Europe, ''Clematis vitalba
traveller's check
check that a tourist receives from a bank in exchange for cash
traveller's cheque
trav·el·ler's cheque traveller's cheques in AM, use traveler's check Traveller's cheques are cheques that you buy at a bank and take with you when you travel, for example so that you can exchange them for the currency of the country that you are in. traveler's check a special cheque for a fixed amount that can be exchanged for the money of a foreign country
New Age traveller
A member of a community of people, many of whom hold New Age beliefs, who travel among fairs and music festivals
commercial traveller
Travelling salesman
fellow traveller
One who travels together with another
fellow traveller
One who sympathizes with the aims or beliefs of an organization, without belonging to it; most often applied to a Communist sympathizer
fellow-traveller
Alternative spelling of fellow traveller
time-traveller
One who engages in time travel
travel
To be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another

I like to travel.

travel
To move illegally by walking or running without dribbling the ball
travel
The activity or traffic along a route or through a given point
travel
To travel throughout (a place)

I’ve travelled the world.

travel
The working motion of a piece of machinery; the length of a mechanical stroke

My drill press has a travel of only 1.5 inches.

travel
The act of travel(l)ing

travel to Spain.

travel
a series of journeys
travel
an account of one's travels

I’m off on my travels around France again.

traveler
a metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship’s rigging
traveler
Member of the nomadic ethnic minority. (The term Gypsy is considered historically incorrect)
traveler
: A term for a modern day gypsy, tinker, caravan dweller, etc
travel
{n} a journey, labor
travel
{v} to make a journey, pass, toil
Conde Nast Traveller
monthly American magazine that covers topics related to upscale travel and dining
New Age traveller
New Age travellers are people who live in tents and vehicles and travel from place to place, and who reject many of the values of modern society. a member of a group of people in Britain who refuse to live the way other people live in ordinary society, and go from place to place living in vehicles
Travel
travel
a traveller
journeyer
air traveller
person who travels in an aircraft
business traveller
one traveling in the business-class section; one traveling on business related matters
commercial traveller
someone who travels from place to place selling goods for a company = sales representative
fellow traveller
fellow traveler someone who supports and agrees with the beliefs of an organization, such as the Communist Party, but does not belong to it - used to show disapproval
leisure traveller
one who travels for pleasure, vacationer, one who goes on a pleasure trip
travel
To labor; to travail
travel
Moving an excessive distance in same direction as the move (opposite of Gain) Eg landing far backwards in a front drop
travel
make a trip for pleasure
travel
Detail Inventory Table category including: boats, miscellaneous, tack, and vehicles
travel
To force to journey
travel
The path of moving stage equipment and the distance moved
travel
To journey over; to traverse; as, to travel the continent
travel
Labor; parturition; travail
travel
{i} act of traveling, movement, journeying
travel
If you travel the world, the country, or the area, you go to many different places in the world or in a particular country or area. Dr Ryan travelled the world gathering material for his book
travel
508"
travel
The difference between the release date and the observation date Note, this may include time spent in rearing and is therefore not a good estimate of actual migration time
travel
change location; move, travel, or proceed; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"
travel
trav·el travels travelling travelled in AM, use traveling, traveled
travel
Travel is the activity of travelling. He detested air travel. a writer of travel books
travel
make a trip for pleasure undertake a journey or trip travel upon or across; "travel the oceans"
travel
When news becomes known by people in different places, you can say that it travels to them. News of his work traveled all the way to Asia
travel
1 Movement away from the centre of the bed, with appropriate form deduction 2 Movement along the bed in the same direction as the shoulders in Somersault rotation, ie travelling backwards in a back somersault
travel
To go or march on foot; to walk; as, to travel over the city, or through the streets
travel
{f} go on a journey, go on a voyage, move, go from one place to another
travel
An account, by a traveler, of occurrences and observations during a journey; as, a book of travels; often used as the title of a book; as, Travels in Italy
travel
self-propelled movement
travel
The act of traveling, or journeying from place to place; a journey
travel
All costs directly related to the travel of an individual or individuals and specifically identifies with the activity For transportation not connected with the travel of personnel see "Other Expenses " Include fares, hotel and other lodging expenses, food, taxis, gratuities, per diem payments, toll charges, mileage, allowances or personal vehicles, car rental costs, etc For trucking, shipping, or hauling expenses, see "Other Expenses"
travel
To pass by riding, or in any manner, to a distant place, or to many places; to journey; as, a man travels for his health; he is traveling in California
travel
The motion of a piece of machinery
travel
undergo transportation as in a vehicle; "We travelled North on Rte
travel
travel upon or across; "travel the oceans"
travel
Join me in Sicily, Puglia, or on an exclusive Riverboat cruise down the Po River
travel
undertake a journey or trip
travel
travel from place to place, as for the purpose of finding work, preaching, or acting as a judge
travel
When light or sound from one place reaches another, you say that it travels to the other place. When sound travels through water, strange things can happen Light travels at around 300,000,000 metres per second
travel
To pass; to go; to move
travel
the act of going from one place to another; "he enjoyed selling but he hated the travel"
travel
a movement through space that changes the location of something
travel
The length of stroke of a reciprocating piece; as, the travel of a slide valve
travel
To pass from here to there; to move or transmit; to go from one place to another
travel
an account of ones travels
travel
If you travel light, you travel without taking much luggage
travel
the act of going from one place to another; "he enjoyed selling but he hated the travel" change location; move, travel, or proceed; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell" undergo transportation as in a vehicle; "We travelled North on Rte
travel
Travel is the maximum amount of movement that a suspension system is capable of Currently, this ranges from about 2" at the short end of the scale up to 10" at the long travel end How much travel you need depends on the type of riding that you do It is generally accepted that 2-3" is best for cross country racing, 3-5" is good for general trail riding, 4-8" is considered within the ballpark for serious "fro" or "north shore" freeriding, and anything over 6" is suitable for downhill Several types of suspension fork offer on-the-fly adjustment of travel which is very useful if your riding style and terrain is diverse Other forks can be altered by disassembling them at home and moving internal spacers This is not quite as convenient as on-the-fly adjustment but at least your travel will suit your ride
travel
The movement of the actuator required to engage or lock the mechanism
travel
508" make a trip for pleasure undertake a journey or trip travel upon or across; "travel the oceans" travel from place to place, as for the purpose of finding work, preaching, or acting as a judge
travel
Chalcedony, Orange Zircon
travel
Include fares, hotel and other lodging expenses, food, taxis, gratuities, per diem payments, toll charges, mileage, allowances on personal vehicles, car rentals costs, etc For transportation not connected with the travel of personnel, such as trucking, shipping, or hauling expenses, see "Remaining Operation Expenses "
travel
An offensive violation where the thrower steps, picks up or drags the pivot foot Use wisely within the spirit of the game
travel
the distance a suspension fork or a shock can compress
travel
Sites that provide travel services and information These include online travel guides, travel tools and online agents for purchasing tickets, hotel locators, and travel writing
travel
If you travel, you go from one place to another, often to a place that is far away. You had better travel to Helsinki tomorrow I've been traveling all day Students often travel hundreds of miles to get here I had been travelling at 150 kilometres an hour He was a charming travelling companion. + travelling trav·el·ling I love travelling
travel
undergo transportation as in a vehicle; "We travelled North on Rte 508"
travel
The length of a mechanical stroke
travel
Someone's travels are the journeys that they make to places a long way from their home. He also collects things for the house on his travels abroad. see also travelling, much-travelled, well-travelled
traveler
A curtain operating on a horizontal track, that can be opened or closed to reveal or mask a portion of the stage
traveler
A fitting across the boat to which sheets are led In many boats the traveler may be adjusted from side to side so that the angle of the sheets can be changed to suit conditions
traveler
One who travels; one who has traveled much
traveler
A term for a modern day gypsy, tinker, caravan dweller, etc
traveler
The metal loop which travels around the ring surrounding the bobbin, in a ring spinner
traveler
A document used to tag and accompany material as it moves through receiving dispositions or production operations and work centers, that identifies the items, quantities and order number involved
traveler
Tracking form which is attached to low-level waste containers by the waste generators identifying the contents of that container
traveler
A bar with an attached block, allowing more controlled adjustment of sail trim
traveler
A metal ring that moves freely back and forth on a rope, rod, or spar, often used for sheet blocks, in which case the transverse rod the traveler slides on is called a horse
traveler
A traveling crane
traveler
Any bi-parting curtain operating on a horizontal track, positioned at mid-stage or at the rear of the stage The latter is more accurately called a back curtain
traveler
See under Crane
traveler
{i} person or thing traveling, one who makes a journey, voyager
traveler
a score sheet that accompanies the board in a tournament
traveler
a person who changes location
traveler
A university employee, who may be a student worker, who is in travel status and receives remuneration from the university payroll system as an employee
traveler
Line which runs across the transom, and which the mainsheet travels on
traveler
a metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship's rigging
traveler
A commercial agent who travels for the purpose of receiving orders for merchants, making collections, etc
traveler
An iron encircling a rope, bar, spar, or the like, and sliding thereon
traveler
Every public officer, deputy or employee of the State, or any department, institution or agency of the State who is in travel status and receives remuneration from the state payroll
traveler
One who travels, especially to distant lands
traveler
A term for a list and record of instructions that follows a part in a manufacturing process
traveler
a small piece of hardened steel or bronze wire designed to travel on the flanged track of the spinning ring to impart twist to the yarn
traveler
A curtain on a track that can be opened or closed to reveal or mask a portion of the stage
traveller

    الواصلة

    trav·el·ler

    التركية النطق

    trävılır

    النطق

    /ˈtravələr/ /ˈtrævəlɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (noun.) 14th century. travel +‎ -er

    كلمة اليوم

    casanova
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