braking

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İngilizce - Türkçe
eğleçleme
(isim) frenleme
{i} frenleme
(Askeri) fren sistemi
(Otomotiv) fren yapma
brake
{f} frenlemek
brake
fren

Araba sürmeden önce frenleri kontrol edin ve ayarlayın. - Check and adjust the brakes before you drive.

Fren çalışmayı durdurdu. - The brake stopped working.

brake
{f} fren yapmak
braking distance
frenleme mesafesi
braking distance
eğleçleme mesafesi
braking efficiency
frenleme verimliliği
braking equipment
fren ekipmanı
braking mechanism
frenleme mekanizması
braking moment
fren momenti
braking system
fren sistemi
braking torque
frenleme momenti
braking airscrew
frenleme pervanesi
braking force
frenleme gücü
braking control
durdurma denetimi, frenleme denetimi
braking ellipses
(Askeri) FRENLEME ELİPSLERİ (HV.): Bir aracın hızını, inişe hazırlık mahiyetinde yavaşlatmak üzere, bir gezegen atmosferine seri halinde yörüngeler çizerek giriş
braking equipment
(Otomotiv) fren sistemi elemanları
braking equipment
(Otomotiv) frenleme teçhizatı
brake
frenleyip durdurmak/yavaşlatmak
brake
(Askeri) kastanyola
brake
tokmak
brake
keten tarağı
emergency braking
ani fren
brake
eğleç
brake
eğleçleyip durdurmak/yavaşlatmak
brake
eğleçlemek
brake
eğleç yapmak
brake
{f} fren yap

Sami fren yapıyordu ama frenler çalışmadı. - Sami was braking but the brakes didn't work.

O, zamanında fren yapmadı ve bir ağaca çarptı. - He didn't brake on time, and ran into a tree.

continuous braking system
devamlı frenleme sistemi
dynamic braking
dinamik frenleme
electrodynamic braking
elektrodinamik frenleme
jerky braking
sarsak frenleme
anti-lock braking
anti-lock frenleme
anti-lock braking system
kilitlenme önleyici fren sistemi
anti-lock braking system
fren basıncını değiştirerek tekerlek kilitlenmesini önleyen fren sistemi
brake
frenn
brake
frenli

Cırtlak frenli bir motosikleti kim ister? - Who will want a motorcycle with screeching brakes?

electromagnetic braking
elektromanyetik frenleme
engine braking
motor frenlemesi
gradual braking
kademeli frenleme
hard braking
sert fren
multiple line braking system
çok katlı frenleme sistemi
rheostatic braking
reostatik frenleme
atmospheric braking
(Askeri) ATMOSFER FRENLEMESİ, ATMOSFERİK FRENLEME: Bir gezegene yaklaşan bir cismin hızını düşürmede atmosfer sürtünmesinin etkisi. Yeterli atmosferin mevcut bulunduğu yerde, bu etkiden, inişten önce araç hızından büyük kısmının kaybı hususunda, dikkatli olarak faydalanılabilir
brake
toprak/fren
brake
fren yapma

O, zamanında fren yapmadı ve bir ağaca çarptı. - He didn't brake on time, and ran into a tree.

brake
{f} frenle

Frenleri tamir ederlerse, arabayı satın alacağım. - I will only buy the car if they repair the brakes first.

Frenleri olmayan bir bisiklete binmek yapılacak oldukça aptalca bir şey. - Riding a bike that doesn't have brakes is a pretty stupid thing to do.

brake
{i} büyük eğreltiotu
brake
brakyçalıyla kaplı
brake
iş1emek brake adjustmentfren ayarı
brake
fren takozu
brake
brake block tekerlek baskı takozu
brake
{f} işlemek keten
brake
{i} çalılık
brake
{i} fre

Fren çalışmayı durdurdu. - The brake stopped working.

Frenleri tamir ederlerse, arabayı satın alacağım. - I will only buy the car if they repair the brakes first.

brake
{f} kenevir vb
brake
(fiil) fren yapmak, frenlemek, işlemek (keten, kenevir vb.)
brake
{i} keten ve kenevir liflerini ayırma aleti
gravity braking system
(Otomotiv) ağırlıkla frenleme sistemi
indirect braking
(Otomotiv) dolaylı fren
instantaneous braking power
(Otomotiv) anlık fren gücü
instantaneous braking power
(Otomotiv) anlık frenleme gücü
mechanical braking
(Bilgisayar) mekanik frenleme
normal braking
(Otomotiv) normal frenleme
pneumatic braking system
havalı fren sistemi
vibration during braking
(Otomotiv) frenleme esnasında titreşim
İngilizce - İngilizce
Usually used in sentences like "under braking" or "need more/less braking", this simply refers to the time when the car is actually using its brakes
{i} stopping, halting, decelerating, restraining
present participle of brake
The braking (B) position of the running mode selector is unique to the Prius Only use this when traveling down a long steep hill to save wear on the mechanical brakes or relieve an ache in your braking foot If you engage this mode during normal driving you will at minimum ruin your fuel economy If you don't live in a mountainous area, you may never need this mode
The mechanical bending, flanging, folding and forming of sheet or plate material using a press, folding, or box brake
braking distance
The distance travelled by a vehicle between the time that the brakes are applied and the vehicle coming to rest
braking distances
plural form of braking distance
braking distance
distance required to slow down to a complete stop
braking time
The time required for a vehicle moving at a specified velocity to come to a complete stop after its brakes have been activated
brake
A specific torture instrument
brake
A type of machine for bending sheet metal. (See wikipedia.)
brake
A canebreak
brake
To be stopped or slowed (as if) by braking
brake
A fern type, bracken
brake
A four-wheeled carriage type
brake
Simple past tense and past participle of break

And all the people brake off the golden earrings.

brake
To pulverise with a harrow
brake
To operate (a) brake(s)
brake
The handle, manned by up to six men, by which a ship's pump was worked
brake
A device used to slow or stop a vehicle, by friction; often installed on the wheels, then often in the plural
brake
Something that slows or stops an action
brake
To bruise and crush; to knead

The farmer's son brake the flax while mother brakes the bread dough.

brake
{n} a thicket of brambles or shrubs, instrument for dressing flax, kneadingtrough, bit, handle of a pump
anti-lock braking system
ABS a piece of equipment that makes a vehicle easier to control when you have to stop very suddenly
anti-lock braking system
{i} ABS, system on cars that prevents the wheels from locking while braking
anti-lock braking system (ABS)
(Otomotiv) Advanced technology designed to prevent brakes from locking up regardless of brake pedal pressure. Anti-lock braking systems have become increasingly popular because they enhance traction in slippery conditions and allow you to keep steering control of a vehicle, even in a skid
brake
A device, such as the disc or drum brake, for retarding motion This is usually created by means of friction caused by a clamping force from a stationary caliper or shoe, against a rotating rotor or drum
brake
a thicket, or an area overgrown with briers etc
brake
stop travelling by applying a brake; "We had to brake suddenly when a chicken crossed the road"
brake
When a vehicle or its driver brakes, or when a driver brakes a vehicle, the driver makes it slow down or stop by using the brakes. She braked sharply to avoid another car He lit a cigarette and braked the car slightly She braked to a halt and switched off
brake
A sharp bit or snaffle
brake
A device used to slow or stop a vehicle, by friction; often installed on the wheels
brake
A piece of equipment used for forming metal
brake
a metal piece with 2 or 3 prongs on the sled used for stopping the team
brake
Less properly: Any fern
brake
Two- and three-seated sporting rigs, four-wheeled and open; two-seated brake toys are especially prized and are known in only a few advanced collections
brake
To operate a brake
brake
aquilina, common in almost all countries
brake
a restraint used to slow or stop a vehicle an area thickly overgrown usually with one kind of plant any of various ferns of the genus Pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants cause to stop by applying the brakes; "brake the car before you go into a curve"
brake
An apparatus for testing the power of a steam engine, or other motor, by weighing the amount of friction that the motor will overcome; a friction brake
brake
A brake will slow the ride, or stop it
brake
past tense of break
brake
A frame for confining a refractory horse while the smith is shoeing him; also, an inclosure to restrain cattle, horses, etc
brake
{i} device which is used to slow or stop a vehicle; thicket; type of fern; carriage
brake
any of various ferns of the genus Pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants
brake
A mechanism that diminishes or prevents the motion of another device
brake
A cart or carriage without a body, used in breaking in horses
brake
(Thread brake): A device for achieving even thread tension in the various operations of the textile industry
brake
an electro-mechanical device used to prevent the elevator from moving when the car is at rest and no power is applied to the hoist motor On some types of control, it also stops the elevator when power is removed from the hoist motor
brake
hand- or power-activated machinery used to form metal
brake
An extended handle by means of which a number of men can unite in working a pump, as in a fire engine
brake
{f} stop a vehicle, slow down a vehicle
brake
To be stopped or slowed, as if by a brake
brake
A baker's kneading though
brake
An ancient engine of war analogous to the crossbow and ballista
brake
A device to hold a warp beam from turning, made of a metal cable or band which winds on a metal drum
brake
Caliper, Cantilever, Centerpull, Coaster, Disk, Double pivot, Drum, Roller, Rollercam, Roller lever, Sidepull, Single pivot, Spoon****
brake
a system used to bring a car to a stop In an electric car, this is done by the speed control while in a nitro car, braking power is usually done with a disk brake, although some are still known to use the clutch bell and a friction pad as a brake system, although this is rare nowadays
brake
a restraint used to slow or stop a vehicle
brake
large coarse fern often several feet high; essentially weed ferns; cosmopolitan
brake
(1) A piece of equipment used for forming metal (2) A straight bend in a metal sheet
brake
A machine for turning or bending the edges of sheet metal Alternately, any device for slowing or stopping a machine or vehicle
brake
an area thickly overgrown usually with one kind of plant
brake
A two-clawed metal bar that the musher stands on to slow the team Used in unison with the Track see The Anatomy of a Dog Sled
brake
An ancient instrument of torture
brake
wooden or iron brake shoe encircling the brake wheel
brake
The mechanism used on a mechanical power press to stop and/or hold the crankshaft, either directly or through a gear train, when the clutch is disengaged
brake
the P
brake
device that helps you stop, as in: When the driver saw the cow in the road, he hit the brake
brake
A large, heavy harrow for breaking clods after plowing; a drag
brake
A type of machine for bending sheet metal
brake
n machine for bending/folding sheet metal Also: bending brake
brake
usually a foot-controlled lever which keeps carriage from rolling when it is applied either to tire, or inserted into spokes of wheels
brake
cause to stop by applying the brakes; "brake the car before you go into a curve"
brake
That part of a carriage, as of a movable battery, or engine, which enables it to turn
brake
n [{also brakes}] rem
brake
Brakes are devices in a vehicle that make it go slower or stop. The brakes began locking A seagull swooped down in front of her car, causing her to slam on the brakes
brake
the handle, manned by up to six men, by which a ships pump was worked
brake
A device, other than a motor, used for retarding or stopping motion by friction or power means
brake
It has solitary stems dividing into three principal branches
brake
A fern of the genus Pteris, esp
brake
Device used to decrease velocity It is usually attached to the heel of one skate
brake
stop travelling by applying a brake; "We had to brake suddenly when a chicken crossed the road
brake
You can use brake in a number of expressions to indicate that something has slowed down or stopped. Illness had put a brake on his progress. A lever or handle on a machine such as a pump. An area overgrown with dense brushwood, briers, and undergrowth; a thicket. A past tense of break. to make a vehicle or bicycle go more slowly or stop by using its brake brake sharply/hard (=brake quickly). Device for decreasing the speed of a body or stopping its motion. Most brakes act on rotating mechanical elements and absorb kinetic energy mechanically, hydrodynamically, or electrically. Mechanical brakes are the most common; they dissipate the kinetic energy as heat generated by mechanical friction between a rotating drum or disk and a stationary friction element. A hydrodynamic (fluid) brake has a rotor (rotating element) and a stator (stationary element). Resistance to rotation is created by fluid friction and circulation of the liquid (usually water) from a series of pockets in the rotor to a series of complementary pockets in the stator. See also air brake
brake
An instrument or machine to break or bruise the woody part of flax or hemp so that it may be separated from the fiber
brake
A thicket; a place overgrown with shrubs and brambles, with undergrowth and ferns, or with canes
brake
The system used to slow a car or bring it to a stop In an electric car, the electronic speed control performs this function In a nitro car, braking is normally provided by a disc brake and brake pads
brake
of Break
brake
A piece of mechanism for retarding or stopping motion by friction, as of a carriage or railway car, by the pressure of rubbers against the wheels, or of clogs or ratchets against the track or roadway, or of a pivoted lever against a wheel or drum in a machine
brake
{i} buffeter
sudden braking
abruptly stopping a vehicle
braking

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