carding

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} tarama
taraklama
{i} yapağı taraması
yün ve pamuk tarama carding machine yün ve pamuk tarama makinas
card
{i} kart

Kredi kartıyla ödeyebilir miyim? - Can I pay with a credit card?

Bilgisayarların hiçbiri yanmış bir kartla çalışmaya devam edemez. - None of the computers can continue to run with a burnt card.

carding engine
tarak makinesi
carding machine
yün ve pamuk tarama makinası
carding machine
tarama makinesi
carding machine
çırçır makinesi
card
(fiil) kart koymak, kart açmak; fişlemek; kartlara yapıştırmak; taramak (yün vs.)
card
belge

Tom konferans odasına girdi, belgelerle dolu büyük bir karton kutu taşıyordu. - Tom entered the conference room, carrying a large cardboard box full of documents.

card
kart veya kartonlara yapıştırmak
card
oyun kâğıdı
card
carder tarakçı
card
{i} tarak (dokuma)
card
(Turizm) yemek listesi
card
(Turizm) alakart
card
{f} fişlemek
card
{i} tebrik kartı

Tom bir anneler günü tebrik kartını annesine göndermeyi neredeyse asla unutmaz. - Tom almost never forgets to send his mother a Mother's Day greeting card.

card
taramak

Onların işi yünü taramak. - Their job is to card the wool.

card
(Tekstil) elengi
card
kartvizit

Tom Mary'nin ona verdiği kartvizite baktı. - Tom looked at the business card Mary gave him.

Bu benim kartvizitim. - This is my business card.

card
(Tiyatro) kartela
card
{f} taramak (yün vs.)
card
kartlı
card
kartpostal

Son kartpostal benimki. - The last card is mine.

Kartpostal için çok teşekkür ederim. - Thank you very much for the post card!

card
iskambil kâğıdı

Eğer iskambil kağıdımız yoksa poker oynayamayız. - We can't play poker if we don't have any cards.

card
gırgır
card
şamatacı
card
karşılaşma bağdarlaması
card
ziyaret kartı
card
esprili kimse
card
{f} kart koymak
card
program
card
{f} kartlara yapıştırmak
card
{f} kart açmak
card
(Tekstil) 1. tarak 2. taramak
card
kart koymak fişlemek
card
kartlara yazmak
card
karton

Bu karton kutular narindir. - These cardboard boxes are fragile.

Tom karton kutularla odayı doldurdu. - Tom filled the room with cardboard boxes.

card
gırgır/iskambil/kart
wool carding
(Tekstil) yünün taranması
İngilizce - İngilizce
The set of agreements between partners relating to the meanings of cards played on defense
A preliminary process in manufacturing spun yarn in which the fibers are separated, distributed, equalized and formed into a web The web can be very thin or thick The process of carding removes some impurities, and a certain amount of short or broken fibers
‑ A process of opening and cleaning fibers usually cotton which separates fibers from each other, lays them parallel and condenses them into a singular continuous untwisted strand, called ‘‘slivers ’’
a process that cleans the cotton or wool lap, separates the fiber, and produces a soft, tubular roll or sliver, which is coiled into a can A card tender or carder feeds laps into the machine, keeps it clean, and removes full cans of sliver
A roll of wool or other fiber as it comes from the carding machine
A process which eliminates fibers too short for inclusion in the spun yarn The process also removes dirt and foreign matter still remaining in the fiber mass, and arranges the fibers into a very thin layer
Refers to the practice of stealing credit card numbers online, to be resold or used to charge merchandise against victims' accounts
"Carding" arranges fibers into a loose rope called a sliver Many slivers may be drawn together to form a thin strand called a roving This roving is twisted on a spinning frame to form yarn
present participle of card
(1) a mechanical process which separates fibers prior to combing, during the fabric weaving process; (2) process of cleaning ink out of the screen after a print run
The act or process of preparing staple for spinning, etc
In yarn production, a process of separating individual fibres, causing many of them to lie parallel and removing most of the remaining impurities. Cotton, wool, waste silk, and man-made staple are subjected to carding. Carding produces a thin sheet of uniform thickness that is then condensed to form a thick, continuous, untwisted strand called sliver. When very fine yarns are desired, carding is followed by combing, a process that removes short fibres, leaving a sliver composed entirely of long fibres, all laid parallel and smoother and more lustrous than uncombed types. Carded and combed sliver is then spun
See the Note under Card, v
the disentanglement, cleaning and intermixing of fibres to produce a continuous web or sliver suitable for subsequent processing This is achieved by passing the fibres between moving pins, wires or teeth
A process in the preparation of raw wool (or other fibers) for spinning accomplished by drawing it repeatedly across rows of small metal teeth
A process of opening and cleaning textile fibers - usually cotton - that separates fibers, lays them parallel, forms them into a single, continuous, untwisted strand or bundle of fibers called a "sliver "
To comb fibers prior to spinning with brushes having wire bristles Woolens are wool yarns that are carded
After wool is scoured and dried it is fed into a carding machine which opens up the wool into an even layer, removing as much of the vegetable matter as possible, and draws the fibres parallel to each other to some degree, to from a single continuous strand of fibres called a sliver
by carding it
breaking up a compact fiber mass to give it less density and make it more even
Part of the fabric-making process Cotton fibres are separated, impurities are removed, and fibres are brought back together as a strand
A process of opening and cleaning cotton fibers which separates them from each other, lays them parallel and then condenses them into a single continuous untwisted strand
The process of untangling and partially straightening fibers by passing them between two closely spaced surfaces which are moving at different speeds, and at least one of which is covered with sharp points, thus converting a tangled mass of fibers to a filmy web
The process in yarn manufacture in which the fibers are brushed up, made more or less parallel, have considerable portions of foreign matter removed, and are put into a manageable form known as sliver Carding is done by means of rollers and flats that are clothed with card clothing
{i} act of combing and untangling wool
carding machine
A machine used for carding materials
carding machines
plural form of carding machine
carding machine
machine for separating fibers before spinning
carding machine
Machine for carding textile fibres. In the 18th century, hand carding was laborious and constituted a bottleneck in the newly mechanized production of textiles. Several inventors worked to develop machines to perform the task, notably John Kay, Oliver Evans, Lewis Paul, R. Arkwright, and Johann Bodmer
card
A resource or an argument, used to a achieve a purpose

He accused them of playing the race card.

card
To check IDs at a venue with a minimum age requirement

They have to card anybody who looks 21 or younger.

card
A removable electronic device that may be inserted into a powered electronic device to provide additional capability

He needed to replace the card his computer used to connect to the internet.

card
A map or chart

As pilot well expert in perilous waue, / Vpon his card and compas firmes his eye .

card
Any game using playing cards; a card game

He played cards with his friends.

card
Any flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc
card
To use a carding device to disentangle the fibres of wool prior to spinning
card
To scrape or tear someone’s flesh using a metal comb, as a form of torture
card
A list of scheduled events or of performers or contestants

What’s on the card for tonight?.

card
A playing card
card
A comb- or brush-like device or tool to raise the nap on a fabric
card
A machine for disentangling the fibres of wool prior to spinning
card
A tabular presentation of the key statistics of an innings or match: batsmen’s scores and how they were dismissed, extras, total score and bowling figures
card
A hand-held tool formed similarly to a hairbrush but with bristles of wire or other rigid material. It is used principally with raw cotton, wool, hair, or other natural fibers to prepare these materials for spinning into yarn or thread on a spinning wheel, with a whorl or other hand-held spindle. The card serves to untangle, clean, remove debris from, and lay the fibers straight
card
Commonly used generic term for magnetic stripe media regardless of shape, construction, and material; e g , magnetic stripe cards, badges, tickets, forms
card
another name for a printed circuit board
card
or for cleaning and smoothing the hair of animals; usually consisting of bent wire teeth set closely in rows in a thick piece of leather fastened to a back
card
A printed circuit board that, when inserted into a logic board slot, adds some capacity to a computer
card
To comb with a card; to cleanse or disentangle by carding; as, to card wool; to card a horse
card
An instrument for disentangling and arranging the fibers of cotton, wool, flax, etc
card
A removable printed-circuit board that is plugged into an expansion slot (e g , graphics card, clock card)
card
a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures); "they sent us a card from Miami"
card
thin cardboard, usually rectangular ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor; "I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!
card
A circuit board that plugs into a computer's bus to extend the computer's capability
card
A roll or sliver of fiber (as of wool) delivered from a carding machine
card
To clean or clear, as if by using a card
card
one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; "he collected cards and traded them with the other boys"
card
{n} a complimentary note, instrument, painted paper, part of a compass, chart, map
card
{v} to combe or work wool
card
(golf) a record of scores (as in golf); "you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
card
a card certifying the identity of the bearer; "he had to show his card to get in"
card
See under Indicator
card
A kind of board that has connectors on its edges, so you can plug it directly into an expansion slot on the Mac Cards add functionality, such as 24-bit color or an accelerator Also called an add-in board
card
A flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc. especially: one of a pack bearing numbers and symbols used in playing a variety of card games, e.g. a post card, a greeting card (Christmas, birthday etc.,) an identification card, a credit card, a business card, an index card, a baseball card or a warning card
card
The 645 came with a card reader and punch We used the reader to boot GECOS and to load John Gintell's program for taking a core dump Multics was initially designed to bootload from tape (A switch on the GIOC/IOM selects whether the BOOT button loads tape or cards ) When BOS was invented, it was designed to load from card decks (cold load) or to load from disk under control of a one-card loader See also the Zero Six Dog story
card
Refers to a printed circuit board (adapter board or expansion card) that installs into one of the expansion slots in your computer, expanding the capabilities of your system, allowing it to communicate with external devices such as monitors or speakers
card
A card is a piece of cardboard or plastic, or a small document, which shows information about you and which you carry with you, for example to prove your identity. they check my bag and press card. her membership card The authorities have begun to issue ration cards
card
separate the fibers of; "tease wool"
card
a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities
card
A flat piece of rigid material bearing electronic components and the printed circuitry that interconnects them Cards typically have one point where connections to other cards or components are made
card
To use the above device or machine
card
Also, a printed programme, and fig
card
{f} comb, untangle wool or cotton fibers in preparation for spinning; give a card; ask for an identification card (i.e. in a bar)
card
A card is a piece of stiff paper or thin cardboard on which something is written or printed. Check the numbers below against the numbers on your card
card
A hardware expansion unit which is installed inside the case of a computer, into an expansion slot on the motherboard
card
A card is the same as a postcard. Send your details on a card to the following address
card
You can use card to refer to something that gives you an advantage in a particular situation. If you play a particular card, you use that advantage. It was his strongest card in their relationship -- that she wanted him more than he wanted her This permitted Western manufacturers to play their strong cards: capital and technology
card
The sealed package containing storage chips or other devices with electrical connectors that make contact when inserted into a card slot on a camera, printer, computer, or other device
card
1 A punched card, used in computer operations for the storage of information in the form of holes punched through the card material
card
A printed circuit board of smaller dimensions is commonly referred to as a card A card is generally one level lower than the printed circuit board in the hierarchy of packaging A card is also referred to as a daughter board
card
A perforated pasteboard or sheet-metal plate for warp threads, making part of the Jacquard apparatus of a loom
card
a game played with cards
card
A piece of hardware that performs a specific function This slots into an expansion slot, which is connected to the PCís motherboard, and expands the functionality of the computer Ethernet cards and sound cards are two examples
card
{i} cardstock, variety of stiff paper available in a range of thicknesses
card
(1) A plug-in memory device RAM cards, which require an internal battery, can be used for storing user data, while ROM cards, which have no battery, can only be used for reading the data recorded on them by the manufacturer (2) A circuit board that plugs into a slot in a computer
card
a witty amusing person who makes jokes
card
Equivalent to a web page, one card is displayed on screen at any particular time
card
If you say that someone will achieve success if they play their cards right, you mean that they will achieve success if they act skilfully and use the advantages that they have. He could even be the next manager of the England team if he plays his cards right
card
A card is a rectangular piece of plastic, issued by a bank, company, or shop, which you can use to buy things or obtain money. He paid the whole bill with an American Express card Holidaymakers should beware of using plastic cards in foreign cash dispensers
card
An electronic circuit board fits into the CPU
card
If you say that something is on the cards in British English, or in the cards in American English, you mean that it is very likely to happen. Last summer she began telling friends that a New Year marriage was on the cards. = likely unlikely
card
A card is a piece of thin cardboard carried by someone such as a business person in order to give to other people. A card shows the name, address, telephone number, and other details of the person who carries it. Here's my card. You may need me. = business card
card
A machine for disentagling the fibres of wool prior to spinning
card
An indicator card
card
Card is strong, stiff paper or thin cardboard. She put the pieces of card in her pocket. see also bank card, business card, calling card, cash card, cheque card, Christmas card, credit card, gold card, identity card, index card, payment card, place card, playing card, report card, smart card, wild card
card
a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited
card
A sealed package containing storage chips or other electronic devices for use in a card slot on a camera, printer, computer, or other device
card
ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor; "I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!"
card
An electronic circuit board that is plugged into a slot in a system unit See also adapter A plug-in circuit assembly
card
A plastic card, issued in accordance with these Rules, which bears the QUEST Mark and which can be used to effect Transactions
card
a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
card
(baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat; "the managers presented their cards to the umpire at home plate"
card
A published note, containing a brief statement, explanation, request, expression of thanks, or the like; as, to put a card in the newspapers
card
A listing of the runners and riders, together with colours and recent form, for all the races on a particular day at a particular racecourse
card
A computer board with printed circuitry and components that plugs into the computer's system board to provide a special feature or function Also called an adapter (card)
card
Any device that can be plugged into a computer expansion slot
card
A card is a folded piece of stiff paper with a picture and sometimes a message printed on it, which you send to someone on a special occasion. She sends me a card on my birthday. millions of get-well cards
card
To scrape or tear someones flesh using a metal comb, as a form of torture
card
A piece of pasteboard, or thick paper, blank or prepared for various uses; as, a playing card; a visiting card; a card of invitation; pl
card
An amusing but slightly foolish person
card
thin cardboard, usually rectangular
card
A single WML unit of navigation and user interface It may contain either information that is to be presented to the user, request input from the user etc
card
A paper on which the points of the compass are marked; the dial or face of the mariner's compass
card
{i} thin and flat object; playing card; postcard; expansion card, circuit board that expands a computer's capabilities (Computers); machine for separating cotton or wool fibers in preparation for spinning; employees documents held by an employer (British)
card
To play at cards; to game
card
circuitry is printed on, and chips and other bits and pieces are soldered on, to a card, which usually fits into a slot designed for it, inside the computer, where it is protected from contact with the computer box, and thus from normal vibration and being touched a computer may have several different types of card slotted inside the advantage of printed circuit cards with tiny chips, is that they are very small, can be slotted into or removed from computers by qualified technicians, and can be replaced completely if some unimaginably tiny thing somewhere in the card has gone phut!
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If you put or lay your cards on the table, you deal with a situation by speaking openly about your feelings, ideas, or plans. Put your cards on the table and be very clear about your complaints. cardinal. credit card sound card audio card video card
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If you are playing cards, you are playing a game using cards. They enjoy themselves drinking wine, smoking and playing cards
card
To mix or mingle, as with an inferior or weaker article
card
an attraction or inducement; as, this will be a good card for the last day of the fair
card
A tabular presentation of the key statistics of an innings or match: - batsmens scores and how they were dismissed, extras, total score and bowling figures
card
A device to raise the nap on a fabric
card
a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
card
In hypermedia programs, an electronic card that is used to store some type of data Cards have different components used for information storage or actions For example, a card might have a picture of a tiger, a button to press to hear sound, and text describing a tiger Cards of information form a hypermedia stack (WP, Gr 6)
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Cards are thin pieces of cardboard with numbers or pictures printed on them which are used to play various games. a pack of cards = playing card
carding