carpet

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İngilizce - Türkçe
halı

Bu halı gerçek bir kelepirdir. - This carpet was a real bargain.

Biz yeni bir halı istiyoruz. - We want a new carpet.

örtü
kaplamak

Bu halı bütün yeri kaplamak için yeterince büyük. - This carpet is big enough to cover the whole floor.

halı döşemek
hali
(isim) halı
{f} haşlamak
suçla/halı döşe
carpet beetle güve gibi yün yiyen bir böcek
carpet tack halı çivisi
{f} azarlamak
{f} örtmek
carpet sweeper halı süpürgesi
(Tekstil) halı, kilim
halı gibi bir örtü meydana getiren herhangi bir şey
yol
karpet
paspas
carpet bagger
(Politika, Siyaset) vurguncu
carpet maker
halıcı
carpet seller
halıcı
carpet shell
kum midyesi
carpet shop
halıcı
carpet bag
heybe
carpet finishing machine
halı apre makinesi
carpet loom
halı tezgâhı
carpet loom
halı tezgahı
carpet printing machine
halı basma makinesi
carpet sweeper
gırgır
carpet sweeper
halı süpürgesi
carpet wool
halı yünü
carpet yarn
halı ipliği
carpet mat
hali paspas
carpet runner
Yolluk
carpet shark
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A small shallow-water shark of the İndo-Pacific region, typically with a conspicuous colour pattern. (Family Orectolobidae: several species.)
carpet souvenir
hatıralık hali
carpet spot remover
halılarda oluşabilecek lekeleri çıkarıcı deterjan
carpet tile
hali karo
carpet bagger
iç savaştan sonra güney amerika'ya giden kimse
carpet bagger
maceraperest politikacı
carpet bagger
vurguncu kimse
carpet bagger
dolandırıcı
carpet bombing
(isim) yaygı bombardımanı
carpet bombing
(Askeri) KAPLAMA BOMBARDIMANI: Sınırlarda belirtilmiş bir sahaya, kitle halinde bir bomba yükünün, bu sahanın her parçasında hasar meydana getirecek şekilde tedrici olarak dağıtılması
carpet bombing
(Askeri) kaplama bombardımanı
carpet bombing
{i} yaygı bombardımanı
carpet business
halıcılık
carpet dance
serbest dans
carpet dance
kuralsız dans
carpet joint
(Bahis) lüks kumarhane
carpet on underlay
halı altlığı
carpet ovens
(Tekstil) halı fırınları
carpet strip
halı çıtası
carpet sweeper
gırgır (süpürge)
carpet weaving machine
(Tekstil) halı dokuma makinesi
call on the carpet
paylamak
call sb on the carpet
birine ağzının payını vermek
call sb on the carpet
ağzının payını vermek
call on the carpet
{k} azarlamak
call someone on the carpet
(Argo) itin götüne sokmak
call someone on the carpet
(Argo) itin kıçına sokmak
Turkish carpet
Türk halısı
Turkey carpet
Şark halısı
grass carpet
çim halı
sweep underneath the carpet
(deyim) gizlemek
sweep underneath the carpet
(deyim) gizli tutmak
sweep underneath the carpet
(deyim) sümenaltı etmek
sweep underneath the carpet
(deyim) saklamak
wash carpet
halı yıkamak
Persian carpet
iran halısı
be on the carpet
zılgıt yemek
bituminous carpet
bitümlü karpet
brussels carpet
brüksel halısı
carpeting
halı

Oteller genellikle duvardan duvara halı döşerler. - Hotels usually install wall-to-wall carpeting.

Otellerde duvardan duvara halı yerleştirmek gelenekseldir. - In hotels, it's customary to install wall-to-wall carpeting.

cork carpet
mantar döşeme
felt carpet
keçe halı
floor carpet
döşeme paspası
machine-made carpet
makine halısı
red carpet
özel karşılama
stair carpet
merdiven yolluğu
stairs carpet
merdiven halısı
sweep sth under the carpet
gizli tutmak
sweep sth under the carpet
saklamak
beat a carpet
Bir hali beat
beat the carpet
hali dövmek
bonded pile carpet
yapıştırma havlı hali
carpeting
hali
felt carpet
keçe hali
fitter carpet, moquette
tesisatçısı hali, duvardan duvara hali
get the red carpet treatment
k. dili şatafatlı bir şekilde karşılanıp ağırlanmak
give s.o. the red carpet treatment
k. dili birini şatafatlı bir şekilde karşılayıp ağırlamak
red-carpet
Önemli misafirleri karşılamak için serilen kırmızı hali
roll out the red carpet for
k. dili -i şatafatlı bir şekilde karşılayıp ağırlamak
sweep something under the carpet
(deyim) Bilerek unutmak, saklamak, gizlemek, terviç etmemek manasında kulanılan bir tâbirdir. Haşır, eskiden hali ve kilim yerinde kullanıldığı ve onun altında kalan şeyler unutulup gittiği için bu tâbir meydana gelmiştir
sweep something under the carpet
(deyim) Haşır altı etmek
table carpet
masa halısı
the red carpet
kırmızı hali
Persian carpet/rug
İran halısı
Turkoman carpet
(Tekstil) Türkmen halısı
Wilton carpet
(Tekstil) Wilton halısı
be on the carpet
azarlanmak
be on the carpet
üzerinde görüşülmek
be on the carpet
söz konusu olmak
be on the carpet
lâf işitmek
beat (carpet)
(Tekstil) çubuklamak
brussels carpet
makine halısı
carpeting
halı iplik
carpeting
suçla/halı döşe
carpeting
halı malzemesi
carpeting
(isim) halı malzemesi
fitted carpet
duvardan duvara halı
flosh hand made carpet
(Tekstil) floş el dokuması halı
get the red carpet
{k} şatafatlı bir şekilde karşılanıp ağırlanmak
on the carpet
{k} (deyim) azarlanmakta
persian carpet
acem halısı
persian carpet
İran halısı
roll out the red carpet
(deyim) yoluna halı döşemek
sweep under the carpet
gizlemek
sweep under the carpet
örtbas etmek
turkey carpet
Türk halısı
wall to wall carpet
duvardan duvara halı
weave carpet
halı dokumak
weft pile carpet
(Tekstil) atkı havlı halı
woolen carpet
yün halı
woolen carpet
yünlü halı
woollen carpet
yün halı
woollen carpet
yünlü halı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A woman's pubic hair
To substantially cover something, like a carpet; to blanket something

Popcorn and candy wrappers carpeted the floor of the cinema.

To reprimand
A fabric used as a complete floor covering
To lay carpet, or to have carpet installed, in an area

The builders were carpeting in the living room when Zadie inspected her new house.

Any surface or cover resembling a carpet or fulfilling its function
{n} a covering for a floor or table
{v} to cover or spread with carpets
cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
form a carpet-like cover (over)
To cover with, or as with, a carpet; to spread with carpets; to furnish with a carpet or carpets
a floor covering made in breadths to be sewed together and nailed to the floor, as distinguished from a rug or mat; originally, also, a wrought cover for tables
A smooth soft covering resembling or suggesting a carpet
The playing area, between 6 feet and 6 feet 6 inches wide and is at least 30 feet long up to 36 feet
Expensive floor covering used to catch spills and clean mud off shoes
The general designation for the textiles used as floor coverings Carpet backing: Fabrics or yarns forming the back of the carpet as opposed to the carpet pile or face In tufted carpets, there are two backings: a primary backing into which the pile yarn is inserted Secondary backing is a fabric that is laminated to the back of the carpet for reinforcement and dimensional stability Carpet cushion: A variety of materials placed under carpet to provide softness and longer wear when it is walked on In some cases, the carpet cushion is attached to the carpet when it is manufactured Terms also used: lining, padding, or underlay Carpet One Flooring Gallery, Miami: The best Flooring Retailer in the world! (we think)
Any fabric used as a floorcovering
A fibrous floor covering; colloidal dispersions are used to treat carpets to reduce soiling and static charge pickup
floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
{f} cover or furnish with carpeting; reprimand
esp
The green Soft, well-manicured fairways are also referred to as being "like carpet "
A fabric used as a floor covering; a rug
cover with a carpet; "carpet the floors of the house"
Airborne jammer of German ground radar 300-600 Megacycle band
If a floor or a room is carpeted, a carpet is laid on the floor. The room had been carpeted and the windows glazed with coloured glass The main gaming room was thickly carpeted
A carpet is a thick covering of soft material which is laid over a floor or a staircase. They put down wooden boards, and laid new carpets on top. the stain on our living-room carpet
A heavy woven or felted fabric, usually of wool, but also of cotton, hemp, straw, etc
a heavy, often tufted fabric used a floor covering carroty having the color of carrots
If the ground is carpeted with something such as leaves or plants, it is completely covered by them. The ground was thickly carpeted with pine needles. = cover
{i} rug, fabric floor covering
Any surface resembling a carpet
to sweep something under the carpet: see sweep see also carpeting, red carpet. Aubusson carpet Axminster carpet rug and carpet
A womans pubic hair
wools to heavy and coarse to be made into apparel; suitable for carpets and rugs
The general designation for the textiles used as floor coverings
A carpet of something such as leaves or plants is a layer of them which covers the ground. The carpet of leaves in my yard became more and more noticeable. = layer
cover with a carpet; "carpet the floors of the house" cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows" form a carpet-like cover (over)
To substantially cover something; to blanket something
carpet baggers
plural form of carpet bagger
carpet bomb
To bomb an area in such a manner that the ordnance covers the entire area without gaps

The infantry were destroyed after the enemy carpet bombed the ground they were occupying.

carpet bombed
Simple past tense and past participle of carpet bomb
carpet bombing
Present participle of carpet bomb
carpet bombs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carpet bomb
carpet burn
A skin injury caused by friction with a carpet or similar surface

To truly stuck the knife in first.

carpet burns
plural form of carpet burn
carpet grass
Any of the genus Axonopus of American tropical and subtropical grasses, some of whicih are rhizomatous
carpet muncher
A lesbian
carpet munching
cunnilingus
carpet shark
a shark of the order Orectolobiformes
carpet sharks
plural form of carpet shark
carpet-bomb
Alternative spelling of carpet bomb
carpet beater
implement for beating dust out of carpets
carpet beater
something used to hit carpets to remove dust and dirt
carpet beetle
Any of various small beetles of the genera Anthrenus and Attagenus having larvae that are injurious to fabrics and furs. Also called buffalo bug
carpet beetle
small beetle whose larvae are household pests feeding on woolen fabrics
carpet bomb
decided to carpet bomb Vietnam
carpet bomb
bomb a large area systematically and extensively; "The U
carpet bomb
bomb a large area systematically and extensively; "The U S decided to carpet bomb Vietnam"
carpet bombing
{i} area bombing, extensive bombing over a specific area in order to completely destroy it, process of dropping many bombs over a specific area (in order to completely destroy it)
carpet bombing
an extensive and systematic bombing intended to devastate a large target
carpet bombing
Carpet bombing is heavy bombing from aircraft, with the intention of hitting as many places as possible in a particular area
carpet knight
a knight who spends his time in luxury and idleness (knighted on the carpet at court rather than on the field of battle)
carpet loom
a loom for weaving carpeting
carpet moth
larvae feed on carpets and other woolens
carpet pad
a pad placed under a carpet
carpet shark
shark of the western Pacific with flattened body and mottled skin
carpet slipper
Carpet slippers are soft, comfortable slippers. a type of soft shoe that you wear in your house = slipper
carpet snake
Australian python with a variegated pattern on its back
carpet sweeper
hand-operated rug cleaner (non-electric)
carpet sweeper
A device used to clean rugs and floors, consisting of a metal or plastic box equipped with rotating brushes and pushed by means of a long handle. a simple machine for sweeping carpets, which does not use electricity
carpet sweeper
a cleaning device with revolving brushes that pick up dirt as the device is pushed over a carpet
carpet tack
used to nail down carpets
carpet-bomb
to drop a lot of bombs over a small area to destroy everything in it bombing
call on the carpet
To reprimand; to censure severely or angrily
call on the carpet
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup
black carpet beetle
an oval shaped black beetle, Attagenus unicolor
black carpet beetles
plural form of black carpet beetle
carpeting
Present participle of carpet

She considered carpeting her bedroom floor to cover the blood stains in the floorboards.

deep pile carpet
A carpet having relatively long fibres; typically used in bedrooms or rooms that get light wear
magic carpet
A carpet capable of magical flight, used as a means of travel
on the carpet
In or into a situation where one is reprimanded

Whenever a policeman made a mistake he was either brought on the carpet before the Mayor or rebuked by the Magistrate.

on the carpet
Being reprimanded or carpeted

Policewoman Mitchell was on the carpet only three weeks ago for appearing as a character witness for three burglary suspects.

red carpet
VIP treatment
red carpet
A strip of red carpet that is laid for a VIP to walk on
red-carpet
Ostentatiously special; VIP
roll out the red carpet
To extend the utmost hospitality; to treat someone as an honored guest; to welcome or host, especially in a showy or extravagant manner

The mayor of the little town rolled out the red carpet for new businesses by calling on them personally.

walking carpet
an Armenian
holbein carpet
(Sanat) Carpets produced in Anatolia between the 15th - 17th centuries and called as "Holbein Carpet" in the West inspired by the geometrically figures or kufi writing
sweep something under the carpet
(deyim) conceal or ignore a problem or difficulty in the hope that it will be forgotten
Aubusson carpet
Floor covering produced at the village of Aubusson in central France. A centre for the production of tapestries and furniture coverings since the 16th century, Aubusson was granted the title of Royal Manufactory in 1665. In 1743 workshops were established to manufacture pile carpets for the nobility, and soon thereafter carpets were being produced in the flat-woven tapestry technique in floral and chinoiserie patterns. In the 19th-20th centuries the name Aubusson became synonymous with a flat-woven French carpet
Axminster carpet
Floor covering produced in a factory founded at Axminster, England, in 1755 by the cloth weaver Thomas Whitty. The carpets were knotted in wool on woolen warps, with wefts of flax or hemp, and featured Renaissance architectural or floral patterns. The factory closed in 1835 with the advent of industrial weaving machines. The name survives as a generic term for all machine-made carpets with pile similar to velvet or chenille
Brussels carpet
A machine-made carpet consisting of small, colored woolen loops that form a heavy, patterned pile
Operation Magic Carpet
operation that brought Jews from Yemen to Israel in the end of the 1940s
axminster carpet
A variety of Turkey carpet, woven by machine or, when more than 27 inches wide, on a hand loom, and consisting of strips of worsted chenille so colored as to produce a pattern on a stout jute backing
axminster carpet
So called from Axminster, England, where it was formerly (1755 1835) made
axminster carpet
It has a fine soft pile
axminster carpet
A similar but cheaper machine- made carpet, resembling moquette in construction and appearance, but finer and of better material
beat a carpet
repeatedly strike a carpet in order to clean it
black carpet beetle
a solid black carpet beetle
brussels carpet
a carpet with a strong linen warp and a heavy pile of colored woolen yarns drawn up in uncut loops to form a pattern
buffalo carpet beetle
a small black and red and white carpet beetle
carpeted
past of carpet
carpeted
covered with or as if with carpeting or with carpeting as specified; often used in combination; "the carpeted hallway"; "a flower-carpeted hillside
carpeting
You use carpeting to refer to a carpet, or to the type of material that is used to make carpets. a bedroom with wall-to-wall carpeting Carpeting is a reasonably cheap floor-covering. see also carpet
carpeting
{i} material for carpets; carpets, rugs
carpeting
The act of covering with carpets
carpeting
floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
carpeting
Carpet or a piece of carpet, especially when speaking of installation or removal
carpeting
Cloth or materials for carpets; carpets, in general
carpets
third-person singular of carpet
flying carpet
(Asian folktale) an imaginary carpet that will fly people anywhere they wish to go
kidderminster carpet
{i} ingrain carpet which was originally manufactured in Kidderminster
magic carpet
In stories, a magic carpet is a special carpet that can carry people through the air. in stories, a carpet that can fly through the air and carry people from one place to another
magic carpet
rug that has the magical ability to fly
on the carpet
on the day's agenda
oriental carpet
carpet with a Persian or Middle Eastern design, hand-knotted carpet
red carpet
a strip of red carpeting laid down for dignitaries to walk on
red carpet
long carpet whose color is a deep red that is rolled out in honor of the arrival of a VIP
red carpet
The red carpet is special treatment given to an important or honoured guest, for example the laying of a strip of red carpet for them to walk on. We'll give her some VIP treatment and roll out the red carpet. To welcome with great hospitality or ceremony
red carpet(a)
special treatment or hospitality; "the maitre d' gave them the red-carpet treatment
red-carpet treatment
VIP treatment, special treatment given to important visitors
rug and carpet
Any decorative textile normally made of a thick material and intended as a floor covering. Floor coverings made of plaited rushes date from the 5th or 4th millennium BC. Carpets were first made in central and western Asia as coverings for earthen floors; they were also used for blankets, saddle covers, storage bags, tent doorways, and tomb covers. Oriental carpets imported into Europe in the 16th-17th century were considered too valuable to be put on the floor and were often used as wall decoration. They are still popular wall decorations in Russia. Carpet weaving reached its peak of artistry in 16th-century Persia. In the West, outstanding carpets were produced at factories in 17th-century France and 18th-century England. Most handmade carpets are made from sheep's wool. Natural dyes were used until the 19th century, when chemical dyes were introduced. See also Aubusson carpet; Axminster carpet
small carpet
small rug, small mat
stair-carpet
a strip of carpet for laying on stairs
swept under the carpet
tried to hide, did not apply
wall-to-wall carpet
carpet that is attached to the floor and covers the entire surface
water carpet
aquatic herb with yellowish flowers; central and western United States
wilton carpet
A kind of carpet woven with loops like the Brussels, but differing from it in having the loops cut so as to form an elastic velvet pile; so called because made originally at Wilton, England
carpet