calibre

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kalibre
çap
kalite
i., İng., bak. caliber
(Mukavele) kalite; önem; değer
{i} yetenek
caliber
{i} kalibre
caliber
{i} çap
caliber
yetenek
caliber
ayarlamak
caliber
ölçü
caliber
kabiliyet
caliber
{i} yetenek, kabiliyet, kapasite
caliber
calibre,çap
caliber
(Askeri) MERMİ ÇAPI: Bir merminin çapı
length of calibre
(Askeri) ÇAP UZUNLUĞU: Bir silahın, çap cinsinden, namlu ağzından kama payına kadar olan namlu boyu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Unit of measure used to express the length of the bore of a weapon. The number of calibres is determined by dividing the length of the bore of the weapon, from the breech face of the tube to the muzzle, by the diameter of its bore. A gun tube the bore of which is 40 feet (480 inches) long and 12 inches in diameter is said to be 40 calibers long
Relative size, importance, magnitude
Diameter of the bore of a firearm. In rifled firearm barrels the calibre is obtained by measuring between opposite lands. A calibre 0.45 revolver has a barrel with a land diameter 45/100 of an inch. The metric equivalent is 11.43 millimeters
: Degree of importance or station in society
The diameter of round or cylindrical body, as of a bullet, a projectile, or a column
Capacity or compass of mind
diameter of a tube or gun barrel
Size of a watch movement also to describe the model, style, or shape of a watch movement
The diameter of the bore, as a cannon or other firearm, or of any tube; or the weight or size of the projectile which a firearm will carry; as, an 8 inch gun, a 12-pounder, a 44 caliber
{i} diameter (of a gun barrel, artery, etc.); quality; importance
Originally this referred to a watch movement size, but now it denotes a type of movement (men’s calibre, automatic calibre, etc) When a calibre number is accompanied by a manufacturer’s mark, it indicates origin
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The calibre of something is its quality, especially when it is good. The calibre of teaching was very high
The diameter of round or cylindrical body, as of a bullet or column
Originally used to mean the size of a watch movement, this term now denotes a type of movement (men's calibre, automatic calibre, etc) When a calibre number is accompanied by the manufacturer's mark, it serves as an indication of origin
The calibre of a gun is the width of the inside of its barrel. a .22 calibre rifle
Magnitud que expresa el diámetro del cigarro y se mide, normalmente, en sesenta y cuatroavos de pulgada Así, por ejemplo, un cigarro de calibre 32 tiene un diámetro de media pulgada, es decir, 12 7 mm También se le llama cepo, y en inglés "Ring Gauge"
Degree of importance or station in society
cali·bre calibres in AM, use caliber1. The calibre of a person is the quality or standard of their ability or intelligence, especially when this is high. I was impressed by the high calibre of the researchers and analysts
In firework terms usually the inside diameter of the firing tube, although strictly the diameter of the projectile
a degree or grade of excellence or worth; "the quality of students has risen"; "an executive of low caliber"
The diameter of a shell
caliber
{n} the bore of fire arms, diameter
caliber
The dimensions of the watch Caliber describes the size and configuration of the movement and can now indicate the shape, origin and constructor as well
caliber
- refers to the inside diameter of a mortar or the size of a shell
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The nominal diameter of a projectile of a rifled firearm or the diameter between lands in a rifled barrel In this country, usually expressed in hundreds of an inch; in Great Britain in thousandths; in Europe and elsewhere in millimeters
caliber
alternative spelling of calibre
caliber
Capacity or compass of mind
caliber
The diameter of the bore of a gun Expressed both in inches (7 inch), or weight of its shot (42 pounder) A rifled gun's caliber is the diameter of a cylinder that would touch all lands
caliber
(FIREARM)
caliber
The diameter of a projectile or the diameter of the bore of a gun or launching tube Caliber is usually expressed in millimeters or inches In some instances (primarily with naval ordnance), caliber is also used as a measure of the length of a weapon's barrel
caliber
The diameter of the bore, as a cannon or other firearm, or of any tube; or the weight or size of the projectile which a firearm will carry; as, an 8 inch gun, a 12-pounder, a 44 caliber
caliber
The diameter of a projectile or the bore of a firearm; expressed in hundreths of an inch (example 30 cal ) in the United States and in metric millimeters (example 5 56mm) in Europe, Asia, etc In full metric usage (example 7 62 x 39mm) the first number (7 62mm) is the diameter of the bore and the second number (39mm) is the length of the cartridge case
caliber
diameter of a tube or gun barrel
caliber
a degree or grade of excellence or worth; "the quality of students has risen"; "an executive of low caliber"
caliber
the minimum diameter of the bore of a firearm, and therefore the diameter of the projectile it fires; also used to describe the length of a cannon, expressed as a multiple of its diameter
caliber
Fig
caliber
the diameter of the bore of a gun Also the diameter of a projectile for a gun
caliber
{i} diameter (of a gun barrel, artery, etc.); quality; importance
caliber
A watch movement
caliber
The approximate diameter of a bullet or gun bore
caliber
see calibre. the American spelling of calibre (calibre, from calibro, from qalib )
caliber
The diameter of a projectile intended to be expelled from a firearm or the dimension of the bore of a given firearm
caliber
The diameter of round or cylindrical body, as of a bullet or column
calibre

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    (noun.) 1567. From French calibre (“bore of a gun, size, capacity (literally, and figuratively), also weight”). Origin uncertain, perhaps Latin qua libra (“of what dimensions, weight”)

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