boulder

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} iri kaya parçası
büyük kaya
(Jeoloji) yumrukaya
(Jeoloji) büyük parça
(Askeri) iri çakıl
(Askeri) kaya bloğu
büyük taş
büyük taş/kaya
iri parça
(isim) aşınmış kaya parçası
kaya

Uranus'un kara, kaya parçaları şeklinde nesneleri içeren, onbir bilinen halkası vardır. - Uranus has eleven known rings, which contain dark, boulder-sized particles.

Çok büyük bir kaya parçasını hareket ettirmek çok zor olacak. - Moving a huge boulder is going to be very hard.

{i} aşınmış kaya parçası
boulder clay
sürüntü kili
boulder period
buz çağı
boulder dam
kaya baraj
boulder gravel
buzul çakılı
boulder gravel
iri yuvarlak çakıl
boulder material
sürümü madde
boulder quarry
(Madencilik) dere taşı ocağı
boulder wall
yumrutaş duvar
boulder well
iri çakıllı kuyu
boulder,bowlder
yerinden kopmuş ve aşınmşş iri kaya parças
glacial boulder
kopmuş kaya
boulders
aşınmış büyük kayalar
erratic boulder
orijinal yerinden buzullarla taşınıp bulundukları yere getirilmiş olan yabancı kaya parçaları/blokları
pedestal boulder
(Coğrafya) mantar kaya
İngilizce - İngilizce
A large piece of stone that can theoretically be moved if enough force is applied
To engage in bouldering
{i} large rounded rock
{i} city in Colorado (USA)
n a rock short enough to climb relatively safely without a rope (vb ) to climb a boulder
(n ) a rock short enough to climb relatively safely without a rope (vb ) to climb a boulder
A mass of any rock, whether rounded or not, that has been transported by natural agencies from its native bed
a large smooth mass of rock detached from its place of origin
a large rounded stone lying on the surface of the ground, or some times embedded in the soil, and generally different in composition from other rocks in the immediate vicinity
A large substrate particle that is larger than cobble, 256 mm in diameter
(bōl′dər)
To climb close to ground level without the protection of a rope and belayer, but usually with a spotter An excellent way to focus on technique and power by working the same sequence repeatedly
Any rock with a diameter of more than ten inches
a town in north central Colorado; Rocky Mountains resort center and university town
A rounded rock on a beach, greater than 256 mm in diameter, larger than a cobble See also gravel, shingle
A large stone, worn smooth or rounded by the action of water; a large pebble
a town in north central Colorado; Rocky Mountains resort center and university town a large smooth mass of rock detached from its place of origin
Large fragment of rock that has a diameter greater than 256 millimeters (200 millimeters in the United Kingdom)
Same as Bowlder
A rounded rock on a beach, greater than 250 mm in diameter, larger than a cobble - see also Gravel and Shingle
A boulder is a large rounded rock. a large round piece of rock (From a language). City (pop., 2000: 94,673), north-central Colorado, U.S. Located in the Rocky Mountains northwest of Denver, it was settled by miners in 1858 and grew with the arrival of two railroads in 1873. An extensive government-industrial-educational complex has developed in recent decades. It is the site of the University of Colorado
A very large piece of rock
Boulder Dam
the former name for the Hoover Dam
bowlder
Alternative spelling of boulder
boulders
are large rounded stones, the coarsest component of gravel
boulders
rocks larger than 12 inches in diameter
boulders
Rock fragments larger than 2 feet (60 cm) in diameter
boulders
plural of boulder
boulders
Rock or mineral fragments >600 mm in diameter See also rock fragments
bowlder
a large smooth mass of rock detached from its place of origin
bowlder
A large stone, worn smooth or rounded by the action of water; a large pebble
bowlder
A mass of any rock, whether rounded or not, that has been transported by natural agencies from its native bed
bowlder
{i} large rounded rock
glacial boulder
a boulder that has been carried by a glacier to a place far distant from its place of origin
river boulder
a boulder that has been carried by a river to a place remote from its place of origin
shore boulder
a boulder found on a shore remote from its place of origin
boulder

    Heceleme

    Boul·der

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bōldır

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbōldər/ /ˈboʊldɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bOl-d&r ] (noun.) 1617. From Middle English bulder, possibly from Swedish bullersten (“noisy stone”), or possibly from Dutch bolder

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