band aid

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yara bandı

Tom parmağına bir yara bandı koydu. - Tom put a band-aid on his finger.

Lütfen bana bir yara bandı ve biraz ilaç ver. - Please give me a Band-Aid and some medicine.

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Band-aid solutions were used to fix the leak.

İngilizce - İngilizce
an organization set up by Bob Geldof in 1984 to collect money for people dying of hunger in Ethiopia. This was done by getting many famous popular musicians to make a record together called Do They Know It's Christmas?, and by organizing the Live Aid concerts in London and Philadelphia
trade name for an adhesive bandage to cover small cuts or blisters
hurried repair
hurried repair trade name for an adhesive bandage to cover small cuts or blisters
To apply a makeshift fix; to jury-rig

Rather than fix the code, we just band-aided the problem by hiding the error message.

An adhesive bandage, a small piece of fabric or plastic that may be stuck to the skin in order to temporarily cover a small wound
A temporary or makeshift solution to a problem, created ad hoc (often used with a negative connotation of a lack of foresight)

It was another of those political band-aids patted over a minor sore.

To apply an adhesive bandage

As a school nurse, Pat was used to bandaiding lots of scraped knees and elbows.

Band-Aid is a brand name for Johnson & Johnson's line of adhesive bandages and related products. It has also become a genericized trademark for any adhesive bandage in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India and the United States
A Band-Aid is a small piece of sticky tape that you use to cover small cuts or wounds on your body
disapproval If you refer to a Band-Aid solution to a problem, you mean that you disapprove of it because you think that it will only be effective for a short period. We need long-term solutions, not short-term Band-Aid ones. = cosmetic
{i} brand name of adhesive bandages made by Johnson & Johnson
{i} quick and temporary solution to a problem which calls for more in depth analysis and problem-solving
band aid

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    /ˈband ˈād/ /ˈbænd ˈeɪd/


    [ 'band ] (noun.) 12th century. in senses 1 & 2, from Middle English band, bond something that constricts, from Old Norse band; akin to Old English bindan to bind; in other senses, from Middle English bande strip, from Middle French, from Vulgar Latin binda, of Germanic origin; akin to.


    ... in and could barely put a Band-Aid on myself. ...
    ... you know what, we're going to put this Band-Aid on your knee ...

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