cable

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kablo

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

İki kabloyu birlikte bağla. - Connect the two cables together.

(Askeri) gomina
tel kablo
elektrik kablosu
ileteç
(Bilgisayar) kablolu tv

Tom'un bir kablolu TV'si yok. - Tom doesn't have cable TV.

Tüm kasaba kablolu TV'ye sahip. - The whole town has cable TV.

kablolamak
telgraf hattı
kofre
kaplı tel
(Bilgisayar) kablolu

Ağ televizyonda kullanılan saygısız dil küçük çocuklu ebeveynlerin kabloluya abone olmayı istememelerine sebep oluyor. - The profane language used on network television makes many parents with young children not want to subscribe to cable.

Tüm kasaba kablolu TV'ye sahip. - The whole town has cable TV.

tel çekmek
telgraf mesajı
telgraf havalesi çekmek
telgraf
telgrafla yollamak
telgraf ve alısün kablosu
çıngı
elektrik

Elektrikçi önümüzdeki hafta gelip bu kabloyu onaracak. - The electrician will come and fix the cable next week.

Kablo elektrikli değil. - The cable is not electrified.

{f} kablola

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

Fiber-optik kablolar büyük miktarda bilgi taşıyabilirler. - Fibre-optic cables can carry huge amounts of information.

telgraf çek
kablo ile çekilen araba
telgraf ve telefon kablosu
{f} kablo döşemek
{i} kablolu yayın
{i} palamar
{f} kablo ile bağlamak
kablo,v.kablola: n.kablo
kablo ile raptetmek bağlamak
telgraf/kablo
{i} den. gomene, palamar
{f} telgraf çekmek
{f} kablolu yayın yapmak
kordon
halat

Halatlardan biri koptuğunda köprü çöktü. - The bridge collapsed when one of the cables snapped.

Halatlardan biri kopunca köprü çöktü. - The bridge collapsed when one of the cables broke.

cable routing
(Reklam) Kablo yönlendirme
cable joint
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) ek
cable lug
mapa
cable modem
(Bilgisayar) kablolu modem
cable rack
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) rak
cable tv
kablolu tv
cable tv
(Televizyon) kablolu tv sistemi
cable armour
kablo zırhı
cable band
kablo bileziği
cable box
kablo kutusu
cable car
kablo ile işleyen vagon
cable car
teleferik

Teleferikle dağa çıktık. - We went up the mountain by cable car.

cable clamp
kablo tutucu
cable colour code
kablo renk kodu
cable control
kablo kontrolü
cable core
kablo çekirdeği
cable coupler
kablo kuplörü
cable crane
kablo vinci
cable distribution box
kablo dağıtım kutusu
cable drum
kablo makarası
cable filler
kablo doldurucu
cable form
kablo forması
cable joint
kablo eki
cable length
kablo uzunluğu
cable manhole
menhol
cable manhole
kablo ek odası
cable operated brake
kablo kumandalı fren
cable pulling device
koblo çekme tertibatı
cable railway
kablolu demiryolu
cable reel
kablo makarası
cable release
deklanşör kablosu
cable roller
kablo çekme makarası
cable sheath
kablo kılıfı
cable splice
kablo eki
cable stretcher
kablo germe aleti
cable suspender
kablo askı engeli
cable system
kablolu sistem
cable television
kablolu sınalgı
cable televison service
kablolu tlevizyon servisi
cable terminal
kablo ucu
cable terminal cap
kablo başlığı
cable transfer
telgraf havalesi
cable wax
kablo mumu
cable winch
kablolu vinç
cable's length
kablo uzunluğu
Cable Connection System
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo bağlantı sistemi
cable Shoe
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo pabucu
cable assembly
komple
cable car
Tramvay
cable carrier
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo taşıyıcısı
cable grip
kablo çorabı
cable guide
kablo rehberi
cable jacket
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo mantosu, kabloların dışındaki yalıtkan plastik kaplama
cable knitting
(Tekstil) Saç örgüsü örgü işi
cable lift
teleferik
cable lock
kablo kilit
cable mount
kablo tutucu
cable needle
kablo iğne
cable pattern
(Tekstil) Saç örgüsü örgü deseni
cable pit
kablonun yerleşmesi için ayrılmış yuva
cable rack
kablo rakı, rak
cable rate
telgraf ücret tarifesi
cable stripper
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo soyucu, kablo sıyırıcı
cable support
kablo destek
cable tie
kablo bağı
cable tray
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo kanalı
cable vault
kablo mecrası
cable, head rope
kablo, baş halat
cable, telegraph, wire
kablo, telgraf, tel
cable, wire
kablo, tel
cable-knit
kablo örmek
cable-stayed bridge
(İnşaat) Asma köprü
cable-stayed bridge
Eğik aşkı sistemli köprü
cable armor
kablo zırhı
cable block
(Askeri) TEL HALAT ENGELİ: Bir yol üzerinde genişliğe çapraz bir halat gerilerek yapılmış yol engeli. Tel halata çarpan bir araba yol kenarındaki hendeğe yuvarlanır
cable bolt
kablolu civata
cable capacitance
kablo sigalligi
cable car
kablo ile çekilen vagon
cable clamp
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) kablo kroşesi
cable clamp
kablo kelepçesi
cable control
(İnşaat) kablo kumandalı
cable drilling
kablo sondajı
cable driver modem group buffer
(Askeri) kablo sürücülü modem grup tamponu
cable duct
kablo olugu
cable ferry
(Askeri) TEL HALAT VARAGELE: Bir nehir veya geçidin iki kıyısı arasında, malzemenin nakli için gerilmiş tel halatlar. Malzeme, bu tel halatların üzerine asılır ve bir çekme halatı veya ipi ile çekilerek, bir kenardan diğer kenara nakledilir
cable grip
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kablo maşası
cable guy
kablolu yayın görevlisi
cable layer
kablo serici
cable line
kablo hattı
cable loss
kablo yitimi
cable mark
kablo anma değeri
cable plug
kablo fişi
cable seal
kablo ayırma parçası
cable set
kablo takımı
cable stay
kablo desteği
cable stem
kablo sapı
cable stop
kablo tamponu
cable strap
kablo tespit çengeli
cable system
(Askeri) ELEKTRİKLİ KABLO SİSTEMİ: Atış esaslarını bir uzaktan komuta aletinden topa- eğer top otomatik olarak kontrol ediliyorsa hidrolik çalışma sistemine- göndermek için gerekli elektrik kablosu ve jeneratör
cable television
kablolu televizyon
cable transmission
kablo uzerinden iletim
cable trunk
kablo bloğu
cable tube
kablo borusu
cable union
kablo bağlantı parçası
cable yarn
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kablolar için kağıt ip
cable gland
kablo rakoru
cabling
kablaj
cabling
{f} kablola
Cabling
kablolama
Cabling
kablo döşeme
cables
gizli iç yazışmalar
cables
hükümetlere veya organizasyonlara ait gizli belgeler
cable car
kablo ile çekilen araba
cabling
{f} kablo çek: prep.kablolayarak
cabling
{i} kablol
cabling
kablo çekmek
stub cable, drop cable
saplama kablo
İngilizce - İngilizce
A system for receiving television or Internet service over coaxial or fibreoptic cables

I tried to watch the movie last night but my cable was out.

A heavy rope or chain of at least 10 inches thick, as used to moor or anchor a ship
A strong, large-diameter wire or rope, or something resembling such a rope
To send a telegram by cable
To wrap wires to form a cable
A telegram, notably when send by (submarine) telegraph cable
The currency pair British Pound against United States Dollar
Short for cable television, broadcast over the above network, not by antenna
To communicate by cable
An assembly of two or more wires, used for electrical power or data circuits; one or more and/or the whole may be insulated
To provide with cable(s)
To fasten (as if) with cable(s)
An assembly of two or more cable-laid ropes
A unit of length equal to one tenth of a nautical mile
{n} a thick rope for an anchor
Most modern bicycles use cables to control the gear shifting and brakes These cables, also known as "Bowden cables" consist of two parts, an inner cable of twisted steel wire, and an outer cable housing Cables transmit force by a combination of tension on the inner cable and compression to the housing In many installations the housing doesn't run along the full length of the cable, but transmits the compressive part of the load to the frame by means of housing stops, fittings with holes small enough for the cable, but not small enough for the housing to pass through Some cable stops feature adjusting barrels This site features an extensive Article on Cable Installation
An assembly of two or more wires which are used for electrical power or data circuits; one or more may be insulated
A heavy rope or chain used to moor or anchor a ship
fasten with a cable; "cable trees"
Physical transmission connection that is established between the two distinct nodes It contains a number of strands, which are the physical conductors within the cable A strand is either a fibre, a co-axial tube, or a copper wire, depending on the cable medium In the case of a twisted pair cable, a single strand consists of two copper wires twisted together
A bundle of insulated wires usually twisted or woven around a central core Example: RG-59 is a popular type of coaxial cable used to carry television signals to the homes of subscribers
To ornament with cabling
A telegram
Transmission medium of copper wire or optical fiber wrapped in a protective cover
Cable technologies use existing cable TV infrastructure (network) that your cable company uses for TV signals, to transmit data to and from the Internet Since cable TV was designed as a broadcast system, the cable is shared amongst the users in your neighborhood and is considered high speed or broadband Internet access
A group of individually insulated conductors inside a common jacket
A flexible wire or bundle of wires, usually metal (glass or silica in fiber-optic cable), insulated with plastic or rubber, and having connectors on the ends Some kinds of cable, especially coaxial cable and fiber-optics cable, are used in electronics and computer networking
A group of individually insulated conductors twisted helically
a telegram sent abroad
Transmission medium of normally of copper wire or optical fiber wrapped in a protective plastic casing
a very strong thick rope made of twisted hemp or steel wire
A large diameter line wire that often rests in the saddle groove
A unit of length
If a country, a city, or someone's home is cabled, cables and other equipment are put in place so that the people there can receive cable television. In France, 27 major cities are soon to be cabled In the UK, 254,000 homes are cabled. see also cabling. to send someone a telegram cable sb sth. Cable News Network cable modem cable structure cable television coaxial cable
in financial markets cable is used to refer to the currency pair Great British Pounds against United States Dollars
A cable is a kind of very strong, thick rope, made of wires twisted together. the heavy anchor cable Steel cable will be used to replace worn ropes
A term used in the foreign exchange market for the US Dollar/British Pound rate
A cable is a group of metallic conductors or optical fibers that are bound together, usually with a protective sheath, a strength member, and insulation between individual conductors/fibers and for the entire group
A cable is the same as a telegram. She sent a cable to her mother
To telegraph by a submarine cable a very strong thick rope made of twisted hemp or steel wire a television system transmitted over cables a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power a telegram sent abroad a nautical unit of depth send cables, wires, or telegrams fasten with a cable; "cable trees
A group of insulated conductors enclosed within a common jacket
a nautical unit of depth
A pattern resembling the twisted strands of a rope
A cable is a thick wire, or a group of wires inside a rubber or plastic covering, which is used to carry electricity or electronic signals. overhead power cables. strings of coloured lights with weatherproof cable
A CABLE is a wire or bundle of wires which is a fully insulated conductor of electricity A cable can be installed overhead or underground
A rope of steel wire, or copper wire, usually covered with some protecting or insulating substance; as, the cable of a suspension bridge; a telegraphic cable
Trader jargon for the British Pound Sterling referring to the Sterling/US Dollar exchange rate Term began due to the fact that the rate was originally transmitted via a transatlantic cable starting in the mid 1800`s
A molding, shaft of a column, or any other member of convex, rounded section, made to resemble the spiral twist of a rope; called also cable molding
A large, strong rope or chain, of considerable length, used to retain a vessel at anchor, and for other purposes
To send a telegram
a television system transmitted over cables
Group of wires capable of carrying voice or data transmissions Fiber optic cables are an assembly of optical fibers and other material providing mechanical and environmental protection
A conductor with insulation (single conductor cable) or a combination of conductors insulated from one another (multi-conductor cable) Cables up to 115 kV usually have solid type insulation; cables rated 230 kV and above are oil-filled
Cables consist of a number of insulated conductors assembled in a compact form and covered by a flexible, waterproof protective sheath
{i} strong cord; thick rope of steel or other metal; group of insulated conductors bound together (Electricity); telegram, cablegram; cable television
To fasten with a cable
A transmission medium composed by copper wires or optical fibers wrapped in a protective cover
a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power
Cable is used to refer to television systems in which the signals are sent along underground wires rather than by radio waves. They ran commercials on cable systems across the country The channel is only available on cable
It is made of hemp, of steel wire, or of iron links
send cables, wires, or telegrams
television that is transmitted over cable directly to the receiver
An encased group of insulated wires for transmitting electricity etc
Either a standard conductor, with or without insulation and other coverings, or a combination of conductors insulated from each other
Transmission medium of copper wire or optical fibre wrapped in a protective cover
{f} send a telegram, telegraph, wire
"(1) A strong rope or chain for pulling or securing anything, usually a ship's anchor (2) A measurement of distance, a tenth of a nautical mile or approximately 200 yards " (Uden & Cooper)
Dealer jargon referring to the exchange rate between the British pound sterling and the U S dollar It is so called because the rate was originally transmitted via a transatlantic cable beginning in the mid-1800s
cable box
set top box connecting a house to its cable service
cable box
A device given out by some cable television services that allows the user to have more channels on their television than they would have without the cable box
cable box
A descrambler used to descramble scrambled television channels on cable TV
cable boxes
plural form of cable box
cable car
A streetcar moved by gripping to rotating loop of cable running along the track
cable cars
plural form of cable car
cable guy
A man that works for the cable television service and installs cable television
cable jack
A jack on a wall used to connect a television to the cable television service
cable length
One tenth (1/10) of a nautical mile
cable modem
A modem that connects a personal computer to a fibreoptic cable, typically one used by a digital television system to provide broadband access
cable release
A sheathed wire plunger used to activate the shutter of a camera without accidentally moving it
cable ship
a vessel fitted for laying and repairing submarine cables; it has a large roller built over the bows for paying out cable
cable ships
plural form of cable ship
cable television
Television received through coaxial cables
cable terminal
A fixture designed to be installed in the end of a cable or a conductor in order to facilitate the connection
cable terminals
plural form of cable terminal
cable tie
A type of fastener, especially for binding several electronic cables or wires together
cable tray
A rigid structure to support electric cables; a type of raceway, normally having the appearance of a ladder and open at the top to facilitate changes
cable-car
Alternative spelling of cable car
cable-jack
Attributive form of cable jack

cable-jack installation.

cable-laid
comprising three ropes, each containing three strands twisted together, laid together left-handed
cable-laid rope
a very thick rope used for tasks such as towing; made by twisting together three ordinary hawser-laid ropes
cable-laid ropes
plural form of cable-laid rope
cable knitting
(Tekstil) Cable knitting or cable pattern is a style of knitting in which the order of stitches is permuted
cable pattern
(Tekstil) Cable knitting or cable pattern is a style of knitting in which the order of stitches is permuted
cable tray
A cable tray system, according to the US National Electrical Code, is "a unit or assembly of units or sections and associated fittings forming a rigid structural system used to securely fasten or support cables and raceways." Cable trays are used to hold up and distribute cables
Cable News Network
CNN, American news network that is broadcast worldwide through cable television systems
cable TV subscribers
persons paying for and receiving cable television
cable address
address for receiving telegrams or cablegrams
cable box
An electronic tuning device, often including a descrambler, that allows channels transmitted by cable to be selected for viewing on a television
cable car
1 An electric railway operating in mixed street traffic with unpowered, individually controlled transit vehicles propelled by moving cables located below the street surface and powered by engines or motors not on board the vehicle 2 Streetcar type of passenger vehicle operating by means of an attachment to a moving cable located below the street surface and powered by engines or motors at a central location not on board the vehicles
cable car
A cable car is a vehicle for taking people up mountains or steep hills. It is pulled by a moving cable. A car designed to operate on a cableway or cable railway
cable modem
A cable modem allows you to connect to a TV cable line for Internet access You do not need cable TV in your home first and you can run both the TV and the Internet on your computer simultaneously You can receive Interent information at speeds up to 1 5 Mega bits per second (Mbps or 1,500,000 bits per second) versus a 33 6 Kb (33,600 bits per second) of your standard modem to copper telephone wire connection
cable modem
One form of high speed internet access and one type of DSL Essentially you get a high speed link to your server via a fibre optic cable (this usually is provided by a cable company which will either provide cable TV and/or phone services down the same line) Unlike ADSL you share this connection with others on the same cable link so speeds may fall as more use it to access the internet
cable modem
For those cable customers lucky enough to be served by a cable company that offers them, Cable Modems offer a very high speed connection to the Internet, up to 10Megabits per second (several hundred times the speed of a modem) Technically speaking, though, a cable modem is not a modem at all, but a broadband network bridge
cable modem
A cable modem is an Internet connection provided by a cable TV operator, typically with at least 1 5 Mbits per second of download bandwidth (50-100 times faster than modems that work over analog telephone lines)
cable modem
An external modem that hooks up to the computer through a cable network A cable modem Internet connection is faster than one via DSL, and much faster than an ordinary phone line connection
cable modem
Provides high speed access to the internet at receive rates from 1,544k or faster The upload rate is much slower usually 256 or 512k Each cable company uses different standards for their cable modem
cable modem
A modem supplied by a cable television operator that allows users to access the Internet or other information services over cable television networks, which comprise broadband coaxial cables and are capable of much greater speed than conventional twisted pair copper telephone lines
cable modem
Modem designed for use on cable TV coaxial cable to provide a theoretical bandwidth of up to 10 Mbps, although actual speeds are usually much lower Cable modems share bandwidth with other units in the area, and are always on
cable modem
A cable modem is a modem that uses part of the capacity of the local cable system to transmit data rather than TV channels to the home It works much like a Local Area Network Unlike the typical cable system, where TV signals can only be broadcast to the home, information is allowed to be transmitted in both directions
cable modem
a device that allows a computer to connect to a cable television system and connect to a computer network - cable modems work at speeds approaching Ethernet connections - probable wide-spread future way to connect to the Internet
cable modem
A data modem that uses the bandwidth of a given cable system Because cable modems provide Internet access over cable, they are much faster than modems that use typical phone lines
cable modem
A special type of modem that connects to a local cable TV line to provide a continuous connection to the Internet Like an analog modem, a cable modem is used to send and receive data, but the difference is that transfer speeds are much faster A 56 Kbps modem can receive data at about 53 Kbps, while a cable modem can achieve about 1 5 Mbps (about 30 times faster) Cable modems attach to a 10Base-T Ethernet card inside your computer
cable modem
A modem designed to operate over cable TV lines Because the coaxial cable used by cable TV provides much greater bandwidth than telephone lines, a cable modem can be used to achieve extremely fast access to the World Wide Web This, combined with the fact that millions of homes are already wired for cable TV, has made the cable modem something of a holy grail for Internet and cable TV companies There are a number of technical difficulties, however One is that the cable TV infrastructure is designed to broadcast TV signals in just one direction - from the cable TV company to people's homes The Internet, however, is a two-way system where data also needs to flow from the client to the server In addition, it is still unknown whether the cable TV networks can handle the traffic that would ensue if millions of users began using the system for Internet access Despite these problems, cable modems that offer speeds up to 2 Mbps are already available in many areas
cable modem
A cable modem is a conversion device for connecting a computer to a cable TV service that provides Internet access Most cable modems have an Ethernet out-cable that attaches to the user's Wi-Fi gateway (See Wireless Gateway )
cable provider
company which provides access to cable television service
cable railroad
cable railway, railway that runs on cables and that is suspended upon the cables
cable structure
Form of long-span structure that is subject to tension and uses suspension cables for support. Highly efficient, cable structures include the suspension bridge, the cable-stayed roof, and the bicycle-wheel roof. The graceful curve of the huge main cables of a suspension bridge is almost a catenary, the shape assumed by any string or cable suspended freely between two points. The cable-stayed roof is supported from above by steel cables radiating downward from masts that rise above roof level. The bicycle-wheel roof involves two layers of tension cables radiating from an inner tension ring and an outer compression ring, which in turn is supported by columns
cable television
TV system in which various antennas receive local and distant signals and transmit them by cable to subscribers' receivers
cable-knit
a cable-knit sweater has a raised pattern of crossing lines on it
cable-ready
a television that is cable-ready is able to receive cable television signals directly without needing any special equipment
A cable
gable
Cabling
rudenture
cable car
tram, small car which travels through the air along a cable
cable car
a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway; "they took a cable car to the top of the mountain"
cable car
An electric railway operating in mixed street traffic with unpowered, individually-controlled transit vehicles propelled by moving cables located below the street surface and powered by engines or motors at a central location not on board the vehicle
cable car
a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway; "they took a cable car to the top of the mountain
cabled
past of cable
cabled
Fastened with, or attached to, a cable or rope
cabled
Adorned with cabling
cables
The single most critical item in the installation of a successful, high-reliability, maximum throughput SCSI system The longer the cables and the faster the data throughput, the more critical cables become Internal SCSI cables are usually unshielded ribbon cables and external cables are usually round, shielded cables with shielded connectors Cable impedance must be matched to the requirements of SCSI devices and cable pairs must be carefully selected for the correct SCSI signal lines Do not waste time and money on cheap SCSI cables!
cables
A cable connects the monitor to the video card in the computer
cables
third-person singular of cable
cables
plural of cable
cables
The normal way of connecting components and speakers to each other It's best to use cables that have OFC (oxygen free copper) in order to achieve the best sound
cabling
The means and media by which the server(s) and workstations on a LAN are connected Traditionally connections have been via wire cable, but could be via fiber LANs could be cableless
cabling
{i} ornament with rounded moldings
cabling
The twisting together of two or more insulated conductors to form an element
cabling
The grouping or twisting togetherof two or more insulated conductors to form a cable
cabling
These are limited in length to about one third of the height of the shaft
cabling
The grouping or twisting together of two or more insulated conductors to form a cable
cabling
The decoration of a fluted shaft of a column or of a pilaster with reeds, or rounded moldings, which seem to be laid in the hollows of the fluting
cabling
A combination of cables, wire, cords and connecting hardware used in the telecommunications infrastructure
cabling
The use of a large cable pulled between two large tractors (usually crawler tractors) to pull sown or uproot brush
cabling
back to top
cabling
Cabling is used to refer to electrical or electronic cables, or to the process of putting them in a place. modern offices equipped with computer cabling. see also cable. all the wires that are used for electrical equipment or an electrical system
cabling
present participle of cable
cabling
A collection of cables
cabling
The twisting together of two or more insulated conductors to form a cable
cabling
The method by which a group of insulated conductors is mechanically assembled or twisted together
cabling
The means and media by which the servers and workstations on a LAN are connected Traditionally, connections have used some form of metal cable - thin or thick ethernet, coaxial; however fibre cabling and infrared (wireless) connections are also seen
cable

    Heceleme

    Ca·ble

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    keybıl

    Zıt anlamlılar

    hawser

    Telaffuz

    /ˈkābəl/ /ˈkeɪbəl/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'kA-b&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Recorded since c.1205, from Old Northern French, from Medieval Latin capulum (“lasso, rope, halter”), from Latin capiō (“to take, seize”).

    Zamanlar

    cables, cabling, cabled

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    cable car, cable gland

    Videolar

    ... So you can't put the interior in without this cable. ...
    ... series if it's on cable. ...

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