bolt

listen to the pronunciation of bolt
İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} sürgülemek
{i} cıvata

Bazı cıvatalar sıkılmalı. - Some bolts need to be tightened up.

Sami cıvataları çıkardı. - Sami removed the bolts.

{i} sürgü

Kapı sürgüleri içerde. - The door bolts on the inside.

Kapıyı sürgülemeyi unutmayın. - Don't forget to bolt the door.

{i} yıldırım

Bir yıldırımla bir şimşek arasındaki fark nedir? - What is the difference between a lightning bolt and a lightning flash?

fırlayıp kaçmak
(Havacılık) civatalamak
(Avcılık) süngü
sıvışmak
kapı sürmesi
fırlatmak
çekilmek partiden
sürmelemek
çubuk
(Askeri) mekanizma
acele etmek
(kumaş/vb.) top
kilitlemek
çabuk hareket etmek
(yemek) çiğnemeden yutmak
kaçma
bağlamak
mandal
abur cubur yemek
kapı sürgüsü
iki parçayı cıvatayla tutturmak
kilitlenmek
{f} cıvata ile tuttur
(at) korkudan aniden kaçmak
(kapı) sürgülemek
dimdik ve kıpırdamadan
kaçış
irkilmek
un elemek
süngülemek
cıvata,v.cıvata ile tuttur: n.cıvata
(Askeri) KAPAK, MEKANİZMA: Bazı ateşli silahlarda, namlu arka kısmını kapayan, kayıcı bir şekilde müteharrik tertibat. Bu tertibat; ateşleme iğnesi ("firing pin") ile tırnak ("extractor") ve bazende emniyet kanadını ("safety lever") içine alır. Ayrıca bakınız: "bolt mechanism"
kısa kalın ok
{f} çiğnemeden yutmak
{i} sürgü, kol demiri
{i} top (kumaş vb.)
{f} fırlamak
{i} fırlama
{f} tülbentten geçirmek
{f} elemek
{f} fırlamak; fırlayıp kaçmak: When the pickpocket saw
{f} tüymek
alela
{i} kaçınma
{i} kısa ok
{f} kaçmak
kitabın kesilmemiş kenarları ve sayfaları
{f} süzmek
{i} kilit dili
(isim) cıvata; sürgü; kısa ok; yıldırım; fırlama; kaçış, kaçınma; top (kumaş vb.); kilit dili
düşünmeden söylemek
ağzından kaçırmak
{f} çekilmek (partiden)
top yıldırım
{f} tıkınmak
(Otomotiv) somun

O civataya uyacak bir somuna ihtiyacımız var. - We need a nut that will fit that bolt.

Bu civata bu somuna uyuyor. - This bolt fits this nut.

(Askeri) kapak
bulon
tüfek mekanizması
başlı cıvata
bolt action
(Avcılık) mavzer tipi mekanizma
bolt action
(Avcılık) sürgülü mekanizma
bolt body
(Avcılık) tüfek mekanizma yapısı
bolt down
atıştırmak
bolt flange
civatalı mil
bolt handle
(Askeri,Avcılık) sürgü kolu
bolt handle
(Askeri) kurma kolu
bolt holder
mandal kızağı
bolt length
bulon boyu
bolt on rim
cıvatalı cer dişlisi
bolt plate
cıvata plakası
bolt stop
(Avcılık) mekanizma durdurucusu
bolt track
palet civatası
bolt cutter
cıvata keskisi
bolt head
cıvata başı
bolt knife
mücellit bıçağı
bolt washer
cıvata rondelası
bolt clipper
Demir kesme makası
bolt from the blue
dan cıvata mavi
bolt out
cıvata dışarı
bolt together
cıvata birlikte
bolt up
cıvata kadar
bolt upright
dimdik

O, dimdik ayağa fırladı. - She stood bolt upright.

bolt-on
yapıldıktan sonra bir makineye dışarıdan takılan ve onun bir parçası olan şey
bolt action gun
(Askeri) MEKANİZMALI SİLAH: Kapak takımı veya mekanizma ile çalışan silah
bolt cutter
cıvata kesici
bolt fixing insert
cıvata tespit takozu
bolt handle
(Askeri) KURMA KOLU, SÜRGÜ KOLU: Tüfek ve makineli tüfeklerde silahı kurmaya yarayan kol
bolt head
cıvata ucu
bolt head
(İnşaat) civata başı
bolt hole
(İnşaat) civata deliği
bolt mechanism
(Askeri) KAPAK TAKIMI, MEKANİZMA TERTİBATI (P. TF. ): Mekanizmalı silahlarda bir atımlık cephaneyi namluya süren, ateşleyen, boş kovanı dışarı atan ve yeni bir fişeği namluya süren, oynak parçaları ihtiva eden mekanik tertibat
bolt nut
somun
bolt of lightning
yıldırım
bolt spring
damak yayı
shank of bolt
(Film) Civatanın dişli olmayan boğaz kısmı

Long shank bolt shall be preferred on thick parts.(http://bsfbolts.net/nutsandbolts.htm).

adjusting lock bolt
(Otomotiv) ayar kilit cıvatası
anchor bolt
ankraj civatası
anchor bolt
bağlantı cıvatası
bolted
(Otomotiv) cıvata ile tutturulmuş
bolted
demirli
bolting
sürgüleme
buffer bolt
(Otomotiv) tampon cıvatası
clamp bolt
sıkıştırma vidası
connecting bolt
bağlama cıvatası
countersunk head bolt
gömme başlı cıvata
coupling bolt
bağlama cıvatası
expansion bolt
dübel
guide bolt
kılavuz cıvata
lightning bolt
(Bilgisayar) şimşek işareti
loose bolt
gevşek civata
plug bolt
(Otomotiv) kör tapa
pressure bolt
kenet cıvatası
pressure bolt
baskı civatası
puller bolt
çektirme cıvatası
rock bolt
kaya bulonu
rock bolt
(Madencilik,Teknik) kaya saplaması
setting bolt
ayar cıvatası
strap bolt
kelepçe cıvatası
stud bolt
saplama cıvata
support bolt
destek vidası
tension bolt
(İnşaat) germe cıvatası
adjusting bolt
ayar cıvatası
adjusting lock bolt
kontralı ayar cıvatası
anchor bolt
tespit cıvatası
anchorage bolt
bağlama cıvatası
anchorage bolt bush
bağlama cıvatası duyu
anchorage bolt nut
bağlama cıvatası somunu
bolted
{f} cıvata ile tuttur
bolter
tohuma kalkmış pancar
bolting
cıvatalama
button head bolt
yarım yuvarlak başlı cıvata
chain bolt
zincir kilit civatası
clamp bolt
kelepçe cıvatası
clamp bolt
kelepçe civatası
clinch bolt
sıkıştırma perçini
compression bolt
sıkıştırma civatası
connecting bolt
bağlama civatası
cotter bolt
kamalı civata
countersunk head bolt
gömme başlı civata
coupling bolt
bağlama civatası
crankcase bolt
karter civatası
eccentric bolt
eksantrik cıvatası
fish bolt
lama cıvatası
hook bolt
çengelli civata
hook bolt
kancalı cıvata
hook bolt
çengelli cıvata
king bolt
ana civata
like a bolt out of the blue
tepeden inme
lock bolt
kilit dili
lock bolt
kilit sürgüsü
machine bolt
makine cıvatası
packing bolt
salmastra cıvatası
push bolt
sürgü
ring bolt
halkalı cıvata
roof bolt
tavan saplaması
safety bolt
emniyet cıvatası
screw bolt
vidalı cıvata
shoot one's bolt
elinden geleni yapmak
slide bolt
sürgü
soldering bolt
lehim havyası
stay bolt
tespit cıvatası
stay bolt
setuskur
stud bolt
başsız bulon
tap bolt
pim
tap bolt
saplama
tie bolt
tespit cıvatası
track bolt
cebire cıvatası
anchor bolt
(Mühendislik) tesbit civatası, ankraj bulonu
anchor bolt
tespit civatasi
anchoring bolt
cıvata ankraj
bolted
cıvata ile tutturma
chain bolt
zincir kilit civatasi
clip bolt
klip cıvata
connecting rod bolt
biyel civatasi
expansion bolt
sıkıştırma civatasi, kurtağzı cıvata
extension bolt
ilave civatasi, ekleme civatasi
fish bolt
lama civatasi
fixing bolt
bağlama civatasi
foundation bolt
Vakıf cıvata
hex bolt
hex cıvata
jag bolt
sakallı cıvata
like a bolt from the blue
(deyim) Aniden ve beklenmedik bir şekilde

The news came like a bolt from the blue.

like a bolt out of the blue
k. dili beklenmedik bir şekilde, birdenbire
mounting bolt
(Otomotiv) Montaj cıvatası, bağlama cıvatası
mounting bolt
cıvata montaj
nut and bolt
somun ve cıvata
packing bolt
salmastra civatasi
pinch bolt
Kelepçe cıvatası
ribbed bolt
takviyeli cıvata, nervürlü cıvata
rock bolt anchor
(Madencilik) Kaya saplaması

Yüksek basınç koşullarında kaya saplaması gevşek bırakılabilir.

roof bolt
tavan saplamasi
shackle bolt
kilit civatasi
soldering bolt
lehim havyasi
spring centre bolt
makas göbek saplamasi
strap bolt
köprücük civatasi, kelepçe civatasi
stress bolt
stres cıvata
tie bolt
bağlama tiji
tie bolt
tespit civatasi
track bolt
cebire civatasi
wheel bolt
tekerlek civatasi
adjustable bolt
(Tekstil) ayar cıvatası
bolter
tohuma kalkmis pancar
bolter
{i} partiden çekilen kimse
bolter
kontrolden çıkan at
bolts
cıvata dişleri
coach bolt
büyük vida
extension bolt
(İnşaat) ekleme cıvatası
filter bolt
(İnşaat) filtre cıvatası
locking bolt pin
(Avcılık) kilitleme mekanizması iğnesi
retaining ring bolt
tutucu halka cıvatası
ribbed bolt
nervürlü cıvata
service bolt
(Otomotiv) servis cıvatası
set bolt
(Tekstil) ayar cıvatası
shoot one's bolt
(Konuşma Dili) son atağı yapmak
spacer bolt
(Otomotiv) burç cıvatası
İngilizce - İngilizce
To secure a door by locking or barring it

Bolt the door.

To flee, to depart, to accelerate suddenly

The actor forgot his line and bolted from the stage.

Of a plant, to grow quickly; to go to seed

Lettuce and spinach will bolt as the weather warms up.

A lightning spark, i.e., a lightning bolt
A bar of wood or metal dropped in horizontal hooks on a door and adjoining wall or between the two sides of a double door, to prevent the door(s) from being forced open
To drink one's drink very quickly; to down a drink

Come on everyone - bolt your drinks; I want to go to the next pub!.

A shaft or missile intended to be shot from a crossbow or a catapult, especially a short, stout arrow
To sift the bran and germ from wheat flour

Graham flour is unbolted flour.

A sliding mechanism to chamber and unchamber a cartridge in a firearm
To sift, especially through a cloth
To swallow food without chewing it

Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours disgorge pellets.

A sudden event

The problem's solution struck him like a bolt from the blue.

A (usually) metal fastener consisting of a cylindrical body that is threaded, with a larger head on one end. It can be inserted into an unthreaded hole up to the head, with a nut then threaded on the other end; a heavy machine screw
To escape
A sliding pin or bar in a lock or latch mechanism

There was the noise of a bolt shot back, and the door opened a few inches, enough to show a long snout and a pair of sleepy blinking eyes.

To connect or assemble pieces using a bolt

Bolt the vice to the bench.

The standard linear measurement of canvas for use at sea: 39 yards
A large roll of fabric or similar material, as a bolt of cloth
{v} to shut, fasten, sift, sally or rush out
To spring suddenly aside, or out of the regular path; as, the horse bolted
1) A fastener with a head and screw thread, for a nut 2) The tongue of the lock that prevents the door opening when it is out (thrown) and allows it to open when withdrawn 3) Hardware to hold door or shutter closed, usually with direct or simple action
The part of a lock or latch which provides the fastening or engagement by protruding from the case or forend to engage in the staple or striking plate
A bolt of lightning is a flash of lightning that is seen as a white line in the sky. Suddenly a bolt of lightning crackled through the sky
Solid shot for rifled cannon, typically a cylinder with a pointed nose For illustrations and more explanation, see the Ammunition page
A bar of wood or metal dropped in hooks on a door and adjoining walls, or between the two sides of a double door, to prevent the door(s) from being forced open
(n ) metal secured into a drilled hole in the rock as means of protection Often accompanied by a hanger, an eyelet to which a carabiner can attach
A large roll of material, e.g. fabric: a bolt of cloth
A solid, bullet shaped projectile used by rifled artillery
suddenly, abruptly; completely, totally
An externally threaded fastener which requires a nut to secure fastened joint
{i} latch; screw; flash of lighting; arrow; roll of fabric; escape
To sift or separate the coarser from the finer particles of, as bran from flour, by means of a bolter; to separate, assort, refine, or purify by other means
leave suddenly and as if in a hurry; "The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"; "When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
secure or lock with a bolt; "bolt the door"
the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key
To utter precipitately; to blurt or throw out
Two single rolls of wallpaper, in a continuous strip The bolt, or double roll, is priced as two single rolls but is packaged as one unit or length of paper to minimize waste
a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length
make or roll into bolts; "bolt fabric"
The part nestled under the bolt carrier which contains the firing pin and contacts the bullet casing
To discuss or argue privately, and for practice, as cases at law
a sudden abandonment (as from a political party)
To swallow without chewing; as, to bolt food
a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder
{f} screw; latch; imprison; be locked; escape; swallow quickly, eat quickly
To cause to start or spring forth; to dislodge, as conies, rabbits, etc
A unit of fabric or wallpaper, typically consisting of multiple single rolls 48"-54" commercial wallpaper are normally packaged in 30 yard bolts, typically 2 single rolls = a bolt of 20 1/2" wide wallpaper
Usually a short log of a length suitable for manufacturing pulpwood or peeling veneer
A short log or a squared timber cut from a log, usually less than 8 feet long
A bolt on a door or window is a metal bar that you can slide across in order to fasten the door or window. I heard the sound of a bolt being slowly and reluctantly slid open
To accelerate suddenly
move or jump suddenly; "She bolted from her seat
the act of moving with great haste; "he made a dash for the door"
In the manner of a bolt; suddenly; straight; unbendingly
move or jump suddenly; "She bolted from her seat"
swallow hastily
nuts and bolts: see nut. To pass (flour, for example) through a sieve. Mechanical fastener, usually used with a nut, for connecting two or more parts. Bolted joints can be readily disassembled and reassembled; hence bolts or screw fasteners are used more than other types of mechanical fastener. A bolt consists of a head and a cylindrical body with screw threads along a portion of its length. Nuts have internal (or female) threads to match those of the bolt. Washers are often used to prevent loosening and crushing
A shaft or missile intended to be shot from a crossbow or a catapult, especially a short, stout, blunt-headed arrow
run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
A short log or a square timber cut from a log, commonly 8 feet long
If a person or animal bolts, they suddenly start to run very fast, often because something has frightened them. The pig rose squealing and bolted I made some excuse and bolted for the exit
a sudden abandonment (as from a political party) a screw that screws into a nut to form a fastener the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length make or roll into bolts; "bolt fabric"
Short log or square timber commonly 8 feet long
When you bolt one thing to another, you fasten them firmly together, using a bolt. The safety belt is easy to fit as there's no need to bolt it to seat belt anchorage points Bolt the components together a wooden bench which was bolted to the floor
Rapid growth of plant before flowering, usually refers to vegetables which mature suddenly
Short piece of pulpwood
A compact package or roll of cloth, as of canvas or silk, often containing about forty yards
The tendency of cool-season plants to grow rapidly and produce seeds when exposed to warm temperatures
A roll of fabric or wallcovering of a given length
A bolt of fabric is usually rolled around a flat piece of cardboard or other inner core It can also be flat folded which means it is actually reefed into a flat bundle A bolt is usually 50 to 60 yards of fabric
bolt action
A type of firearm action in which the weapon's bolt is operated manually by the opening and closing of the breech with a small handle, most commonly placed on the right-hand side of the weapon
bolt actions
plural form of bolt action
bolt bucket
A machine, especially an automobile. Implies that the machine is clunky or unreliable

He's still driving the old boltbucket he drove while he was in school.

bolt buckets
plural form of bolt bucket
bolt cutter
A metal tool resembling a large pair of pliers used to cut or sheer bolts
bolt cutters
plural form of bolt cutter
bolt from the blue
A complete surprise; something totally unexpected
bolt out of the blue
A complete surprise; something totally unexpected
bolt rope
A rope sewn around the edge of a sail to prevent tearing
bolt-action
Alternative spelling of bolt action
bolt-hole
a place of escape or secret refuge
bolt-hole
a means of escape
bolt-on
an additional service or functionality for a mobile telephone subscription
bolt-rope
Rope sewn around the edges of a sail to prevent it from fraying; placed slightly off-centre to assist orientation by feel in the dark
bolt-on
On the Internet, bolt-on, perhaps inspired by add-on, is used to describe products and systems that can be quickly but securely attached to an existing Web site. The term most often describes some e-commerce solution for adding an online store to a Web site. A "bolt-on e-commerce solution" typically allows a Web site owner to create customized Web catalog pages, using a furnished template that includes a shopping cart approach for multiple item orders, and to have these pages hosted at the solution provider's server, where orders can be taken and reported to the Web site. Solution packages typically include the handling of credit-card applications and credit checking
bolt action
Type of breech mechanism that was key to developing an effective repeating rifle. It combines the firing pin, a spring, and an extractor, all housed in or attached to the bolt. A projecting handle with a round knob moves the bolt back and forth. As the bolt is thrust forward, it pushes a cartridge into the chamber and cocks the piece. The trigger releases the spring-driven firing pin inside the bolt. After firing, the extractor on the head of the bolt removes the spent cartridge and ejects it. The bolt then moves a new cartridge from the magazine
bolt cutter
an implement for cutting bolts
bolt down
eat a large amount of food quickly; "The children gobbled down most of the birthday cake"
bolt down
drink down entirely; "He downed three martinis before dinner"; "She killed a bottle of brandy that night"; "They popped a few beer after work"
bolt down
see bolt 6
bolt from the blue
unexpected and shocking surprise or event (e.g.: "She had been working in the company for twenty years, so when she quit, it must have felt like a bolt from the blue")
bolt funds
freeze funds, deny access to funds
bolt of lightning
thunderbolt: a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder
bolt out
leave suddenly and as if in a hurry; "The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"; "When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
bolt out
lock a door so someone can't enter
bolt up
screw together, fasten together; attach with screws
bolt upright
completely erect
bolt-hole
a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den
bolt-hole
If you say that someone has a bolt-hole to go to, you mean that there is somewhere that they can go when they want to get away from people that they know. The hotel is an ideal bolt-hole for Londoners. = refuge
bolt-hole
hole into which an animal can run for safety; hole in the wall of a trench where a soldier can hide or sleep; escape route, path to safety
bolt-on
(Ticaret) A third party, specific application designed to enhance or extend a base system through increased functionality
bolt-on
bolt-on part/component/extra something that is connected to the outside of a machine after it has been made, and is then part of the machine
Allen bolt
A bolt whose head has a hexagonal socket
U-bolt
A metal fixing in the shape of the letter U, which has a pin or screw bolt closure which fits across the two ends making a closed clamp
bolter
A missed landing on an aircraft carrier, or an aircraft that has made a missed landing
bolter
A member of a political party who does not support the party's nominee
bolter
A less well-known player in team sports that provides a spark for the team, much like X-factor, impact player, important substitute
bolter
An obscure athlete who wins an upset victory
bolter
A person or thing that bolts
carriage bolt
A type of bolt with a rounded head and a square shank which will not turn
climbing bolt
A bolt permanently fixed to a rock face to allow climbers to attach ropes etc
eye bolt
A screw with a loop on the end
hex head bolt
A bolt with a hexagonal head
lug bolt
A bolt pressed into the hub on an axle, with the threaded end out to receive a lug nut
shoot one's bolt
To use up one's resources, especially a singular one or one not readily restored

We were playing checkers and, although I'd started off well, I seemed to have shot my bolt too soon.

tack bolt
In steel structures composed of double angles back- to- back have spacer bar between the connecting legs, which is welded at intervals. Alternately stitch bolts, washers and ring fills are placed between the angles to keep them at the proper distance apart. Such connections are called tack connections and the term tack welding or tack bolting are used
bolter
{n} a sieve to separate flour from bran
like a bolt from the blue
(deyim) Like a sign from heaven, like a flash of light

Like a bolt from the blue, I got the idea to shave my head.

rock bolt
(Madencilik) A tensioned rod passing through a bed of rock and anchoring it to the body of rock behind
adverb bolt 3
sit/stand bolt upright to sit or stand with your back very straight, often because something has frightened you
anchor bolt
A large steel bolt anchored in concrete and attached to a building to prevent the structure from moving
anchor bolt
A bolt placed in the surface of concrete for attaching wood framing members
anchor bolt
A bolt or threaded rod used to secure the sill to the foundation wall
bolted
past of bolt
bolted
firmly fastened or secured against opening; "windows and doors were all fast"; "a locked closet"; "left the house properly secured"
bolter
A kind of fishing line
bolter
One who bolts; esp
bolter
{i} horse given to suddenly starting or running away; one withdraws membership or support from a political party
bolter
An instrument or machine for separating bran from flour, or the coarser part of meal from the finer; a sieve
bolter
(a) A horse which starts suddenly aside
bolter
(b) A man who breaks away from his party
bolter
One who sifts flour or meal
bolting
present participle of bolt
bolting
Bolting is when a plant starts to send up a flower stalk Garden vegetables such as lettuce need to be harvested prior to bolting, which is brought on by warm temperatures
bolting
A private arguing of cases for practice by students, as in the Inns of Court
bolting
is to produce flowers and seed prematurely
bolting
Rapid production of flowers stalks in some herbaceous plants after sufficient chilling, favourable photoperiod, or stress
bolting
{i} fastening with a bolt; locking with a bolt; sifting flour or meal
bolting
A darting away; a starting off or aside
bolting
for a plant to prematurely begin the development of a flowering stalk and, subsequently, seed
bolting
A sifting, as of flour or meal
bolting
Untimely formation of a seed stalk, typically in leafy biennials in response to prolonged cold or low-light conditions
bolts
Closed edges of a folded sheet which are opened by trimming or slitting Bond Paper writing or printing paper where strength, durability and permanence are required Used for letterheads, business forms, stationery etc
bolts
Auxiliary Dead Latch: A plunger which, when actuated, automatically locks a projected latch bolt against return by end pressure
bolts
third-person singular of bolt
bolts
plural of bolt
bolts
small metal spikes that are hammered into holes that have been drilled into rock
bolts
Broad-area Optical Lightning Telescope Sensor (U S satellite proposal)
bolts
The edges of folded sheets of paper, which are trimmed off in the final stages of production
bolts
A metal rod that has a head on one end and threads on the other and is used to fasten together logs
dead bolt
A lock component having an end which protrudes form or is withdrawn into, the lock front by action of the lock mechanism When the door is closed and the dead bolt thrown, it extends into a hold provided in the strike, locking the door and will not retract with end pressure
dead bolt
Special door security consisting of a hardened steel bolt and a lock Lock is operated by a key on the outside and by either a key or handle on the inside
make a bolt
escape, flee
screw bolt
{i} bolt that has a screw thread on the shank
toggle bolt
a two-piece assembly consisting of a threaded bolt and an expanding clip that can fit through a drilled hole The clip can spring outward to provide anchorage from the blind side
u bolt
A U shaped fastener threaded at both ends used primarily in suspension and related areas of vehicles
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Askeri) civata
(Denizbilim) bulon
bolt