bay

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İngilizce - Türkçe
defne

O kırmızı defne meyvesini seviyor. - She likes red bayberries.

{i} körfez

Petrol sızıntısı körfezi kirletti. - The oil spill polluted the bay.

Bu körfeze New York Harbor denir. - This bay is called New York Harbor.

ulumak
koy

Bize bu koyda özel balık tutma izni verildi. - We were granted the privilege of fishing in this bay.

havlama
çıkma
bölme
bölüm
uluma
kısım
cumba

Cumbayı açmak için sadece butona basmalısınız. - You have only to push the button to open the bay window.

(at) doru 7.havlamak
bay rum bir çeşit güzel kokulu losyon
{s} doru
defneye benzer birkaç cins ağaç
{i} koy, küçük körfez
defne ispirtosu bay tree defne ağacı
bay leaf defne yaprağı
{s} kızıl doru
koy,v.ulu: n.körfez
şöhret
i., bot. defne, defne ağacı
(Askeri) AÇIKLIK: Yüzücü ayaklı köprüde, yan yana bulunan iki ayak veya tombaz merkezleri arasındaki açıklık
yaban
{f} havlamak
{i} peron
{i} revir (gemi)
ün
{i} dikme (yapı)
zafer nişanesi olarak verilen defneden yapılmış taç
(Askeri) gemi reviri
doru (at)
(Bilgisayar,İnşaat) yuva
alan
saha
(Arkeoloji) kemer gözü
(İnşaat) dikme
(Askeri) revir
duvar bölmesi
kula
doru at
bay horse
doru at
bay leaf
defne yaprağı
bay rum
defne romu
bay salt
kaba tuz
bay tree
defne ağacı
bay window
cumba

Cumbayı açmak için sadece butona basmalısınız. - You have only to push the button to open the bay window.

bay city
defne şehir
bay leafs
defne yaprakları
bay leave
defne ayrılmak
bay leaves
defne yaprağı
bay of biscay
Biscay defne
bay plan
(Gemicilik) Konteyner gemileri ambar planı
bay side
bay yan
bay ice
(Meteoroloji) körfez buzu
bay ice
(Askeri) körfez buzulu
bay markers
(Askeri) BÖLME ETİKETLERİ: Ambarlarda bölmeleri göstermek için, yüksek noktalara veya sütunlar üzerine konulan harf veya numaralardan mürekkep işaret
bay rum
defne losyonu
bay rum
defne ispirtosu
bay salt
deniz tuzu
bay state
massachusetts eyaleti
bay the moon
boşuna uğraşmak
bay tree
(isim) defne ağacı
bay tree
bot. defne ağacı
bay window
göbek
bay window
k.dili. göbek, yağ bağlamış karın
at bay
(deyim) at bay ( genellikle keep/hold someone/sth. ...) kendinden uzakta tutmak,yanindan uzaklastirmak
bay leaf
(Gıda) defne
bomb bay
(Askeri) bomba bölmesi
fire bay
(Askeri) ateş bölmesi
rose bay
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ağıağacı
rose bay
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ağı ağacı
rose bay
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) zakkum
double bay biplane
çift bölmeli iki kanatlı uçak
sweet bay
defne
back bay
geri köy
baffin bay
Baffin Körfezi
be at bay
köşeye sıkışmak
delaware bay
Delaware defne
drive bay
(Bilgisayar) Sürücü yuvası
guantanamo bay
Guantanamo
high-bay storage
yüksek-bay depolama
hold someone at bay
(deyim) Bir kişiyi kendinden uzakta tutmak, yanından uzaklaştırmak
hold something at bay
(deyim) Bir şeyi kendinden uzakta tutmak, yanından uzaklaştırmak
hudson bay
Hudson Körfezi
keep so. at bay
devam ediyorum. defne
keep someone at bay
(deyim) Bir kişiyi kendinden uzakta tutmak, yanından uzaklaştırmak
keep something at bay
(deyim) Bir şeyi kendinden uzakta tutmak, yanından uzaklaştırmak
keep/hold s.o./an animal at bay
birini/bir hayvanı korkutarak yaklaşıp zarar vermesini önlemek, birini/bir hayvanı sindirmek
massachusetts bay colony
massachusetts defne koloni
resort island in thailand bay
thailand koyda tatil adası
table bay
masa defne
window bay
pencere boşluğu
at bay
(Fiili Deyim ) kaçış yolu kalmamış , kıstırılmış
battered bay syndrome
(Tıp) Hırpalanmış bebek sendromu
bays
(Hukuk) körfezler
bays
{i} defne taç
bays
{i} ün
bays
{i} şöhret
be at bay
köpeklerce kıstırılmak
be at bay
çıkmaza girmek
be at bay
çok zor bir durumda olmak
bomb bay
bomba yuvası
bomb bay
(Askeri) BOMBA BÖLMESİ: Bombardıman uçaklarında bir kompartıman. Bombalar burada taşınır ve buradan atılır
bring to bay
kıstırmak
bring to bay
yerinden çıkarmak (vahşi hayvan)
bring to bay
köşeye sıkıştırmak
circulation in bay
(Askeri) koydaki sirkülasyon
engine bay
motor bölümü
fire bay
(Askeri) ATEŞ BÖLMESİ: Bak. "firing bay"
firing bay
(Askeri) ATEŞ BÖLMESİ: Bir siperin, ara siperleri ile birbirinden ayrılmış avcıların ateş ettikleri kısımları. Bu kısımlar, birbirine ara siperlerini dolaşan irtibat yolları ile bağlıdır. Bunlardan birine bir mermi veya bomba isabet ettiği takdirde infilak tesiri ara siperler vasıtasıyla tahdit edilir. Buna "fire bay" da denir
having a bay window
cumbalı
hold at bay
uzak tutmak
hold at bay
yaklaştırmamak
hold at bay
arada mesafe bırakmak, yaklaştırmamak
holding bay
(Havacılık) bekleme alanı
hudson bay low
(Meteoroloji) hudson körfezi alçağı
keep at bay
uzak tutmak
pump bay
pompa mahalli
service bay
servis cebi
sick bay
(Askeri) GEMİ REVİRİ, GEMİ HASTANE VEYA REVİRİ
sick bay
gemi reviri
sick bay
revir
sweet bay
bot. defne
turn to bay
yerinden çıkmak (av)
wash bay
yıkama kanalı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The leaves of this shrub, woven into a garland used to reward a champion or victor; hence, fame, victory

both you here with many a cursed oth, / Sweare she is yours, and stirre vp bloudie frayes, / To win a willow bough, whilest other weares the bayes.

To bark
shortened form of bay window
The distance between two supports in a vault or building with a pitched roof
A horse of this color
A berry
A shrub of the family Lauraceae, having dark green leaves and berries
The leaf of this shrub, used as a herb
An opening in a wall, especially between two columns
An internal recess; a compartment or area surrounded on three sides
Each of the spaces, port and starboard, between decks, forward of the bitts, in sailing warships
A bay platform
The excited barking of dogs when hunting or being attacked
The climactic confrontation between hunting-dogs and their prey
A body of water (especially the sea) more or less three-quarters surrounded by land
To bark at
To pursue noisily, like a pack of hounds
A brown colour/color of the coat of some horses

bay colour:.

Of a reddish-brown colour (especially of horses)
{i} small arm of the sea where the shore curves inward; laurel (type of shrub); chamber, compartment; compartment containing a drive (Computers); howl of a hunting dog; dark reddish-brown color; bay-colored horse
{n} the bay tree or laurel, a numerous genus
A berry, particularly of the laurel
{a} inclining to a chesnut brown
{n} a recess or arm of the sea, an inclosure in a barn, a state of being hemmed in, land covered with the bay tree
{v} to bark as a dog, hem in, surround, dam
A region of Somalia
A recess or INLET in the SHORE of a SEA or lake between two capes or HEADLANDS, not as large as a GULF but larger than a COVE See also BIGHT, EMBAYMENT See Figure 5
A regularly repeating division of a facade, marked by fenestration
a small recess opening off a larger room
Deep-toned, prolonged barking
The space between the primary frames measured parallel to the ridge
A state of being obliged to face an antagonist or a difficulty, when escape has become impossible
To dam, as water; with up or back
Reddish brown; of the color of a chestnut; applied to the color of horses
small Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries and glossy aromatic leaves used for flavoring in cooking; also used by ancient Greeks to crown victors
To bark at; hence, to follow with barking; to bring or drive to bay; as, to bay the bear
an indentation of a shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf
a unit of a building marked by vaulting or roof compartments
A bay is a part of a coast where the land curves inwards. a short ferry ride across the bay. the Bay of Bengal. the San Francisco Bay area
A telephone industry term for the space between the vertical panels or mounting strips ("rails") of the rack One rack may contain several bays A bay is another place you put your equipment
bark with prolonged noises, of dogs
one of the main divisions of any structure, as the part of a bridge between two piers
A principal compartment of the walls, roof, or other part of a building, or of the whole building, as marked off by the buttresses, vaulting, mullions of a window, etc
If a number of people are baying for something, they are demanding something angrily, usually that someone should be punished. The referee ignored voices baying for a penalty. the baying crowd. = clamour
The distance between the main frames of a building
A vertical division of a vessel from stem to stern, used as a part of the indication of a stowage place for containers The numbers run from stem to stern; odd numbers indicate a 20 foot position, even numbers indicate a 40 foot position
A recess or indentation shaped like a bay
A recess or inlet in the shore of a sea or lake between two capes or headlands, not as large as a gulf but larger than a cove See also bight, embayment
If a dog or wolf bays, it makes loud, long cries. A dog suddenly howled, baying at the moon. see also sick bay
Vertical division of the exterior of a building
a compartment in an aircraft used for some specific purpose; "he opened the bomb bay"
a compartment on a ship between decks; often used as a hospital; "they put him in the sick bay"
A tract covered with bay trees
A small body of water set off from the main body; as a compartment containing water for a wheel; the portion of a canal just outside of the gates of a lock, etc
A bank or dam to keep back water
{f} bark, howl
The laurel tree (Laurus nobilis)
A body of water partially enclosed by land, but with a large outlet to the sea or ocean
The opening between two columns or walls that forms a space
(used of animals especially a horse) of a moderate reddish-brown color
place in a computer case to put drives and other devices
A part of an ocean or lake extending into the land
An unfinished area or space between a row of columns and the bearing wall Usually the smallest area into which a building floor can be partitioned
A part of a sea or lake that advances inland of the shoreline
A bay is a partly enclosed area, inside or outside a building, that is used for a particular purpose. The animals are herded into a bay, then butchered The car reversed into the loading bay
a horse of a moderate reddish-brown color
Space between two bents
a horse of a moderate reddish-brown color a compartment in an aircraft used for some specific purpose; "he opened the bomb bay" a compartment on a ship between decks; often used as a hospital; "they put him in the sick bay" the sound of a hound on the scent an indentation of a shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf bark with prolonged noises, of dogs utter in deep prolonged tones (used of animals especially a horse) of a moderate reddish-brown color
A bay horse is reddish-brown in colour
A wide area of water extending into land from a sea or lake San Francisco, California, is on the Golden Gate Bay
Bay Miwok
The Utian (Penutian) language spoken by this people
Bay Miwok
A division of the Miwok people, who resided east of the San Francisco Bay
Bay Street
A street in Toronto where many banks and other financial institutions are based
Bay Street
Financial interests in Canada, especially in Toronto
Bay fever
The illness feigned by convicts to avoid being sent to Botany Bay
Bay fevers
plural form of Bay fever
Bay of Bengal
A sea that forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean
Bay of Biscay
a gulf of the North Atlantic Ocean along the western coast of France from Brest south to the Spanish border, and the northern coast of Spain, named for the Spanish province of Biscay
Bay of Mecklenburg
A bay in the Baltic Sea between Germany and the Danish islands of Lolland, Falster and Møn
bay cat
a small feline endemic to the island of Borneo
bay cats
plural form of bay cat
bay leaf
A herb derived from a shrub of the family Lauraceae
bay leaves
plural form of bay leaf
bay platform
A platform that can be accessed from only one end; a dead-end platform
bay platforms
plural form of bay platform
bay window
a window space projecting outward from the main walls of a building and forming a bay in a room
bay windows
plural form of bay window
Bay Area
the Bay Area the area of land around the San Francisco Bay in California, including cities such as San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Palo Alto, and San José
Bay Area
{i} San Francisco Bay Area, diverse metropolitan area from a geographical standpoint that encircles the bay of San Francisco (California, USA)
Bay City
A city of eastern Michigan on Saginaw Bay north-northwest of Detroit. It is a port of entry and industrial center. Population: 38,936
Bay Shore
An unincorporated community of southeast New York on the southern shore of Long Island. It is a residential town and fishing resort. Population: 31,200
Bay of
For names of actual bays, see the specific element of the name; for example, Biscay, Bay of; Pigs, Bay of
Bay of Bengal
{i} arm of the Indian ocean
Bay of Bengal
Part of the Indian Ocean. Occupying about 839,000 sq mi (2,172,000 sq km), it is bordered by Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and the northern Malay Peninsula. It is about 1,000 mi (1,600 km) wide, with an average depth of more than 8,500 ft (2,600 m). Many large rivers, including the Godavari, Krishna, Kaveri, Ganges, and Brahmaputra, flow into it. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the bay's only islands, separate it from the Andaman Sea. It has long been crossed by Indian and Malaysian traders; Chinese maritime trading dates from the 12th century. Vasco da Gama led the first European voyage into the bay in 1498
Bay of Biscay
the Bay of Biscay a large area of sea between the west coast of France and the north coast of Spain. Bay of Biscay. v. or Gulf of Gascony French Golfe de Gascogne Spanish Golfo de Vizcaya Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, bounded by southwestern France and northwestern Spain. It has an area of about 86,000 sq mi (223,000 sq km) and a maximum depth of 15,525 ft (4,735 m). It is known for its rough seas. Rivers flowing into the bay include the Loire, Adour, and Garonne. Its ports include (in France) Brest, Nantes, and Bordeaux, and (in Spain) Bilbao, Santander, and Avilés; none can accommodate large vessels. French coastal resorts include La Baule, Biarritz, and Saint-Jean-de-Luz
Bay of Biscay
{i} bay in the Atlantic ocean between Northern Spain and Western France
Bay of Campeche
Inlet of the Gulf of Mexico. Bounded by the Yucatán Peninsula, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, and the southern part of the state of Veracruz, it covers about 6,000 sq mi (15,500 sq km). Major offshore oil fields were developed in the bay in the 1970s, and it became Mexico's principal oil-producing region. In 1979 an accident at an oil well there released some 3 million barrels of crude oil into the gulf; the government spent more than $100 million to bring the spill under control
Bay of Fundy
Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southeastern Canada Located between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, it extends 94 mi (151 km) inland and is 32 mi (52 km) wide at its entrance. It is noted for its fast-running tides, which may produce rises as great as 70 ft (21 m), the highest in the world. Noted also for the spectacular rock formations and forests of its shorelines, it has several deepwater harbours, including one at St. John, N.B. In 1948 a 51,000-acre (20,700-hectare) section of the bay's New Brunswick coast was set aside as Fundy National Park
Bay of Islands
Inlet, South Pacific Ocean, on the northeastern coast of North Island, New Zealand. The bay was formed when the sea flooded an old river valley system. It has a 500-mi (800-km) shoreline and about 150 islands. It opens to the ocean through a passage between Brett Cape and Wiwiki Cape. The first European to enter the bay was Capt. James Cook in 1769. The bay was the site of the 1840 signing of the Treaty of Waitangi between Britain and native Maori. It is now a popular resort area
Bay of Naples
Semicircular inlet of the Tyrrhenian Sea, southern Italy. It extends southeastward for 20 mi (32 km) from Cape Miseno to Campanella Point. It is noted for its scenic beauty, which is enhanced by the volcanic hills surrounding it, including Mount Vesuvius. Its major port is Naples, and along its shore are ruins of the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum
Bay of Pigs
an area on the south coast of Cuba, which is famous for a military attack that took place in 1961. A group of Cubans living in the US tried to enter Cuba with the aim of ending the government of Fidel Castro. They were trained and supported by the US, but the attack failed. Bay of Pigs
Bay of Pigs
bay in Cuba (site of a failed invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles in 1961)
Bay of Pigs invasion
(April 17, 1961) Abortive invasion of Cuba directed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and carried out by Cuban exiles. The invasion was intended to spark a rebellion that would topple Fidel Castro, whose communist regime was considered a threat to U.S. interests in the region. The invasion began with the bombing of Cuban military bases; two days later a force of about 1,500 landed at several sites along the coast, including the Bay of Pigs. The rebellion never materialized, the invasion force was quickly defeated, and more than 1,100 men were imprisoned. The result was a huge propaganda victory for Castro and a severe embarrassment for the administration of U.S. president John F. Kennedy
Bay of Quinte
Arm of Lake Ontario, southeastern Ontario, Canada. It extends for 75 mi (121 km) from its entrance near Amherst Island to Murray Canal at the western end. A resort area, it is a scenic, narrow bay with many small inlets. Among the major settlements around the bay are Trenton, Belleville, Deseronto, and Picton. The bay's name was derived from Kenté, an Indian village on the bay's western shore
Bay of Whales
Former inlet of the Ross Sea, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica. It was first seen by the British explorer James C. Ross in 1842. The bay was the continent's most southerly open harbour in summer and was the site of several important bases for Antarctic exploration. More than 10 mi (16 km) wide in 1911, it gradually narrowed as advancing ice sheets collided. It disappeared entirely in 1987 when an iceberg 99 mi (159 km) long broke off from the Ross Ice Shelf
bay ice
See under Ice
bay leaf
Type: Herb (dried whole leaves) Description: Leaves from the evergreen bay laurel tree Also called bay laurel or laurel leaf Flavor: Woodsy, pungent Uses: Meats, pickling, sauces, soups, stews, vegetables
bay leaf
Also called laurel leaf or bay laurel, this aromatic herb is native to the Mediterranean Turkish bay leaves are milder than the California variety Used to flavor soups, vegetables, and meats Normally removed before serving
bay leaf
Tezpan Herb
bay leaf
leaf of the laurel or bay that is dried and used as a seasoning for food
bay leaf
Tej patia This very well known leaf is used fresh or dried in certain Indian recipes
bay leaf
An aromatic leaf that comes from bay laurel Whole, halved, or ground, it lends a slightly bitter taste A pungent seasoning to add to soups, stews, and stocks One of the primary ingredients in a bouquet garni
bay leaf
A bay leaf is a leaf of an evergreen tree that can be dried and used as a herb in cooking. The dried aromatic leaf of the laurel or bay (Laurus nobilis) used as a seasoning in cooking. a sweet-smelling leaf from the bay tree, used in cooking
bay leaf
An aromatic herb Bay leaves are added to food during cooking, but removed before serving
bay leaf
An aromatic leaf that comes from bay laurel trees and used to flavor soups, stews, meat and vegetable dishes Place the whole leaf right in the dish you're preparing but be sure to remove the bay leaf before serving
bay leaf
A herb used mostly in its dried form for flavouring pulses, biryanis, and rich gravy dishes
bay leaf
laurus nobilis p soups, stews, sauces, rice dishes (evergreen tree) f, d frozen
bay leaf
Tejpan Herb
bay leaf
dried leaf of the bay laurel
bay leaf
See under 3d Bay
bay myrtle
evergreen aromatic shrubby tree of southeastern United States having small hard berries thickly coated with white wax used for candles
bay of bengal
an arm of the Indian Ocean east of India
bay of biscay
an arm of the Atlantic Ocean in western Europe; bordered by the west coast of France and the north coast of Spain
bay of campeche
a bay of the Gulf of Mexico; formed by the Yucatan Peninsula
bay of fundy
a bay of the North Atlantic between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia; noted for rapid tides as great as 70 feet
bay of naples
an arm of the Tyrrhenian Sea at Naples
bay rum
A fragrant liquid, used for cosmetic and medicinal purposes
bay rum
scented liquid made from bayberry leaves and rum or bay leaf oil mixed with alcohol and water (used in cosmetics and as medical fluid)
bay rum
An aromatic liquid originally prepared by distilling the leaves of the bay rum tree in rum and water but now usually made by mixing the oil from those leaves with other solvents
bay rum
an aromatic liquid originally obtained by distilling the leaves of the bayberry tree with rum
bay rum tree
A tropical American evergreen tree (Pimenta racemosa) having leathery leaves that yield a fragrant oil used in bay rum, perfumes, and soaps
bay salt
Salt which has been obtained from sea water, by evaporation in shallow pits or basins, by the heat of the sun; the large crystalline salt of commerce
bay scallop
a small scallop inhabiting shallow waters and mud flats of the Atlantic coast of North America muscle of small choice shallow-water scallops
bay state
Massachusetts, which had been called the Colony of Massachusetts Bay; a nickname
bay state
a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
bay stater
a resident of Massachusetts
bay tree
(Laurus nobilis)
bay tree
A species of laurel
bay tree
small Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries and glossy aromatic leaves used for flavoring in cooking; also used by ancient Greeks to crown victors
bay tree
{i} kind of laurel, small evergreen tree with glossy green leaves
bay willow
European willow tree with shining leathery leaves; widely naturalized in the eastern United States
bay window
A group of three windows, usually a large center unit and two side units, at 30 or 45 degree angles to the wall Bow window A configuration of window units in a radial or bow formation Brickmold A type of casing which frames windows and doors Butt Hinge The complete door hinge mechanism: the round central part (knuckle), flat portions (leaves or flaps), and the pin, which inserts into the knuckle
bay window
A window forming a bay or recess in a room, and projecting outward from the wall, either in a rectangular, polygonal, or semicircular form; often corruptly called a bow window
bay window
a window that sticks out from the outside wall of a house
bay window
slang terms for a paunch
bay window
A combination of three windows, usually made up of a large center unit and two flanking units at 30- or 45-degree angles to the wall
bay window
an angular or curved projection of a house filled by windows
bay window
A set of two or more windows that protrude out from the wall The window is moved away from the wall to provide more light and wider views
bay window
A window in a small structure which protrudes from the main building
bay window
– Windows that project out from the wall and extend to the ground An Angle Bay Window refers to the angle departure from the plane of the wall See also Bow Window
bay window
A window which projects outside the main line of a building
bay window
-A window or grouping of windows that protrudes outside of a home's exterior wall
bay window
a unit made up of three windows set in a wood frame at 30% angles resulting in a greater projection than a bow window
bay window
Any window spacing projecting outward from the walls of a building, either square or polygonal in plan
bay window
An arrangement of three or more individual window units, attached in such a way as to project from the building at various angles In a three unit bay, the center section is normally fixed with the end panels operable as single hung or casements
bay window
large rounded window that juts out from a building forming a recessed area inside (usually made with large glass panes, and often having a window seat or wide ledge on the inside of the window)
bay window
A bay window is a window that sticks out from the outside wall of a house. a window that sticks out from the wall of a house, usually with glass on three sides (BAY3)
bay window
Any window space projecting outward from the walls of a building, either square or polygonal in plan
bay window
A window that projects outward in a curve
bay window
A window that incorporates the use of 30° or 45° angle mullions when connecting the windows to each other There is usually only three windows used on a Bay window
bay window
An angled combination of three windows that project out from the wall of the home The windows are commonly joined at 30- or 45-degree angles
bay window
A window or group of windows projecting outward from the face of a building and forming a bay in a room Bay windows come in rectangular, curved or polygonal plan shapes, and are carried on dwarf walls at ground level or brackets at upper levels
bay window
Any window space projecting outward from the walls of a building that can be square of polygonal
bay window
An arrangement of three or more individual window units, attached so as to project from the building at various angles In a three-unit bay, the center section is normally fixed, with the end panels operable as single-hung or casement windows
bay window
Three windows placed into a part of the architecture which projects out from the main part of the building
bay window
A window or group of windows usually supported on a foundation extending beyond the main wall of a building
bay window
Usually one or more stationary window(s) with a flanker on either side As standard, only the flanker sash vent Bay windows are joined by definite angles KVW offers 30o, 45o and 90o casement bays and 30o & 45o double hung bays
bay window
A projecting form containing windows that rises from the ground or from some other support, such as a porch roof; see also oriel
bay window
An angular or curved projection of a building front filled by fenestration If curved, also called a bow window; if on an upper floor only, called an oriel or oriel window
bay window
a window, usually three-sided, that projects
bay yarn
Woolen yarn
Baffin Bay
A sea between Greenland and Nunavut
Baghdad by the Bay
Nickname for San Francisco (city in California)
Botany Bay dozen
25 lashes, ie. strokes of a whip across a person's back as a punishment. (Reference: Robert Hughes, The Fatal Shore, 1987, paperback 1996 ISBN 1-86046-150-6, chapter 12.)
Bothnian Bay
The most northern part of the Gulf of Bothnia
Galway Bay
A bay off the east coast of Ireland, between the counties of Galway and Connacht
Guantanamo Bay
A US naval base in South-East Cuba
Hervey Bay
A city in Queensland, Australia
Hout Bay
a maritime suburb of Cape Town, South Africa
Hudson Bay
An inland sea in northeastern Canada
Moreton Bay bug
The species Thenus orientalis of the slipper lobster family
Tampa Bay
The metropolitan area surrounding the body of water, including the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater
Tampa Bay
A body of water along the Gulf of Mexico on the west central coast of Florida, USA
Thunder Bay
a town in Ontario, Canada
Thunder Bay
a large bay in Canada
at bay
Cornered; unable to flee

Instead of mounted riders following a pack of hounds, it is envisaged that just two dogs will be used to locate a stag and hold it at bay.

at bay
Unable to come closer; at a distance

These two books of sacred, and secular, passages for memory—will serve other good purposes besides merely occupying vacant hours: they will help to keep at bay many anxious thoughts, worrying thoughts, uncharitable thoughts, unholy thoughts.

baying
Present participle of bay

The mob approached the castle, baying for royal blood.

baying
Action of the verb to bay; howling

She quickly grew weary of the beast's constant baying.

baying
An instance of baying; a howl

Who, tossing back and forth his triple heads,/ With mighty bayings watches o'er the realm.

bays
plural form of bay
bays
Baize
bays
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bay
loblolly bay
A similar West Indian tree, Gordonia haematoxylon
loblolly bay
An elegant white-flowered evergreen shrub or small tree, ''Gordonia lasianthus, growing in the maritime parts of the Southern United States. Its bark is sometimes used in tanning
red bay
a small tree, Persea borbonia, in the Lauraceae family, with red fruit and wood, used for ornamental purposes
bays
{n} an honarary crown or garland, a prize
keep someone at bay
(deyim) Keep someone at a distance
A bay
embayment
A bay
sinus
Abu Qir Bay
Inlet of the Mediterranean Sea, lying near the Rosetta mouth of the Nile along the coast of Egypt. It was the scene of the Battle of the Nile (1798), in which an English fleet under Horatio Nelson defeated the French fleet of Napoleon I
Atchafalaya Bay
Inlet of the Gulf of Mexico on the Louisiana coast, U.S. Together with Four League Bay, it extends about 21 mi (34 km). The Atchafalaya River links the bay with Morgan City on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. The area includes many natural gas and oil fields
Back Bay
An area of Boston, Massachusetts, largely consisting of filled-in land reclaimed from mud flats after the 1850s. It is noted for its many residences, long thoroughfares, and fine shops
Baffin Bay
An ice-clogged body of water between northeast Canada and Greenland. It connects with the Arctic Ocean to the north and west and with the Atlantic Ocean to the south by way of Davis Strait. Large inlet, Atlantic Ocean, between western Greenland and eastern Baffin Island. With an area of 266,000 sq mi (689,000 sq km), it extends 900 mi (1,450 km) southward from the Arctic and is connected to the Atlantic by Davis Strait. It was visited by the English captain Robert Bylot in 1615 and named for his lieutenant, William Baffin. Its climate is severe, and icebergs are dense even in August
Barataria Bay
Inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, southeastern Louisiana, U.S. The bay is about 15 mi (24 km) long and 12 mi (19 km) wide, and its entrance is a narrow channel, navigable through connecting waterways into the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway system. The area is noted for its shrimp industry and natural-gas and oil wells. Jean Laffite and his brother organized a colony of pirates around its coast in 1810-14, and it is sometimes called Laffite Country
Battle of Manila Bay
(May 1, 1898) Naval engagement in the Spanish-American War. The U.S. Asiatic Squadron under George Dewey was ordered to sail from its Hong Kong base to destroy the Spanish fleet then in the Philippines. In one morning the guns of Dewey's squadron completely destroyed the Spanish ships anchored in Manila Bay. The Spanish suffered 381 casualties, the Americans fewer than
Battle of Manila Bay
Manila later surrendered and was occupied by U.S. troops in August. The battle established the U.S. as a major naval power
Battle of Mobile Bay
(Aug. 5, 1864) Naval engagement in the American Civil War. The Union fleet under David Farragut sailed into Mobile Bay, Ala., breaching the protective string of mines (torpedoes) and engaging the Confederate ironclad Tennessee. After a two-hour battle, the Union fleet won control of the bay. With the surrender of nearby Fort Morgan, the former Confederate port of Mobile was sealed off from Confederate blockade runners
Biscayne Bay
Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southeastern U.S. Located along southeastern Florida, it is about 40 mi (64 km) long and 2-10 mi (3-16 km) wide; it forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. It is bordered by Miami on the northwest and the Florida Keys on the east. The bay was named for the early explorer El Biscaino, of Viscaya (Biscaya) province, Spain. See also Biscayne National Park
Botany Bay
a place in southeast Australia, close to Sydney, where a narrow part of the sea reaches into the land, which was visited in 1770 by Captain Cook. In the early 19th century, another place in this area was used as a place for sending British criminals as a punishment, and this was also given the name 'Botany Bay'. Inlet of the South Pacific Ocean, southeastern Australia. Lying south of Sydney off Port Jackson, it is about 6 mi (10 km) at its widest. It was the scene of the first Australian landing by Capt. James Cook in 1770; he named the bay for its great variety of plants. It was selected in 1787 as the site for a penal settlement, but the settlement was soon transferred inland. Its shores are now ringed by Sydney's suburbs
Bristol Bay
{i} arm of the Bering Sea in south west Alaska
Bristol Bay
An arm of the Bering Sea in southwest Alaska between the mainland and the Alaska Peninsula. It is a rich salmon-fishing area
Buzzards Bay
Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southeastern Massachusetts, U.S. Connected to Cape Cod Bay by the Cape Cod Canal on the northeast and bordered on the southeast by the Elizabeth Islands, it is 30 mi (48 km) long and 5-10 mi (8-16 km) wide. Its coastline is dotted with fishing villages and summer resorts. Buzzards Bay town (pop., 2000: 3,549) is the site of Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Cam Ranh Bay
Vietnamese Vinh Cam Ranh Inlet of the South China Sea, south-central Vietnam. Located between Phan Rang and Nha Trang, it was a French colonial naval base. It was used by the Japanese in World War II. From 1965 it was a major U.S. base in the Vietnam War. It later was a major Soviet naval base, and Russia maintained a presence there after the dissolution of the U.S.S.R
Cardigan Bay
Bay, western Wales. A widemouthed inlet of St. George's Channel, it is about 65 mi (105 km) long. Two national parks, Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire Coast, incorporate substantial stretches of shoreline. Many resort towns line the bay, including Aberystwyth and Fishguard, a base for ferry service between Wales and Ireland
Chaleur Bay
Inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, southeastern Canada. It extends about 85 mi (137 km) between northern New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula. It receives many rivers, including the Restigouche. The bay is famous as a fishing ground, especially for salmon. It was navigated and named 1535 by Jacques Cartier
Chesapeake Bay
An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean separating the Delmarva Peninsula from mainland Maryland and Virginia. Explored and charted by John Smith in 1608, it is an important link in the Intracoastal Waterway. a bay (=area of water connected to the sea) on the US east coast, important for trade and shipping. Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, eastern U.S. With its lower section in Virginia and its upper section in Maryland, it is 193 mi (311 km) long and 3-25 mi (5-40 km) wide and has an area of about 3,230 sq mi (8,365 sq km). It receives many rivers, including the Susquehanna, Patuxent, Potomac, and James. Jamestown, the area's first European settlement, was founded in 1607; a year later, Capt. John Smith explored and mapped the bay. The bay's waters had supported vast amounts of marine life, but by the 1970s development of the surrounding area led to alarming pollution of the bay; fishing dropped off sharply. Efforts have since been made to reverse the damage
Chesapeake Bay
{i} largest inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the east cost of the United States
Chesapeake Bay retriever
A hunting dog of a breed developed in the United States, having a thick short wavy coat ranging from dark brown to tan in color and known for its skill in retrieving game from water
Conception Bay
Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, southeastern Newfoundland, Canada. Named by a Portuguese explorer who visited the coast in 1500 on the Feast of the Conception, it is about 30 mi (50 km) long and 12 mi (19 km) wide. Its shore settlements, among Newfoundland's oldest and most densely populated, support seafood canneries and beach resorts
Türkçe - İngilizce
Mister

Hey mister, you forgot your coat! - Hey bayım, ceketini unuttun!

Mister Petro and his wife love my children a lot; I love theirs a lot, too. - Bay Petro ve eşi çocuklarımı çok seviyor; ben de onunkileri çok seviyorum.

monsieur
Sir

Is this all you have, sir? - Sahip olduğunuz her şey bu mudur, bayım?

Sir, do we have to write in ink? - Bayım, mürekkeple yazmak zorunda mıyız?

Mr., Sir, mister; gentleman
Mr
gentleman

A true gentleman must not keep a lady waiting. - Gerçek bir beyefendi bir bayanı bekletmemeli.

As she is a lady, so he is a gentleman. - O bir bayan olduğu için, bu yüzden o bir beyefendi.

male

Do you think a male Gemini would get on well with a female Pisces? - Bir erkek ikizin bir bayan balıkla geçineceğini düşünüyor musun?

There are more male members than female ones on this website. - Bu web sitesinde bayan üyelerden daha fazla erkek üye var.

herr
rich

I'd like to make a person-to-person call to Mrs. Richards. - Bayan Richards'la şehirler arası ihbarlı konuşma yapmak istiyorum.

Mr Johnson is a rich man. - Bay Johnson, zengin bir adam.

gentlemen

Ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to listen to my opinion. - Baylar bayanlar, görüşüme kulak vermenizi istiyorum.

Gentlemen, allow me to say a few words in greeting. - Baylar, karşılamada birkaç söz söylemem için bana izin verin.

esquire
wealthy

Layla's life as a wealthy lady was a mirage. - Varlıklı bir bayan olarak Leyla'nın yaşamı bir seraptı.

bay dürüst
(Konuşma Dili) mr clean
baylar
Messrs
baylar
{i} messieurs
kızıl doru sorrel, bay
(horse)
sayın bay
Dear Sir
sayın bay
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter to a man
bay