carte

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İngilizce - Türkçe
carte blanche kayıtsız şartsız yetki
kart
eski harita
eskrimde bir hamle veya savunma durumu
menü
yemek listesi
oyun kâğıdı
carte de visite kartvizit
carte blanche
tam yetki
carte blanche
kayıtsız şartsız yetki
carte de visite
kartvizit
carte blanche
açık kart
carte blanche
sınırsız yetki
cart
{i} araba

Tom golf arabasına bindi. - Tom got in the golf cart.

Evlilik teklif etmeden önce düğün planlamak arabayı atın önüne koymaktır. - Planning the wedding before proposing is putting the cart before the horse.

cart
{f} araba ile taşımak
a la carte menu
Alakart menü
cart
at arabası
cart
{i} çekçek
cart
el arabası
cart
elarabası
cart
götürmek
carte blanche
(Kanun) kart blanş
a la carte
alakart

Bu içecekler alakart. - These drinks are a la carte.

a la carte
yemek listesine göre
cart
yük arabası
cart
taşımak
give sb a carte blanche
birine açık bono vermek
a'la carte all inclusive
a'la carte her şey dahil
cart
(fiil) araba ile taşımak
a la carte
alâkart

Bu içecekler alakart. - These drinks are a la carte.

a la carte
menüden seçerek
cart
el arabası/at araba
cart
(Tıp) Servis'te kullanılan tıbbi malzeme (pansuman araçları v.s.) yi hasta yatağına getirmeye mahsus tekerlekli araç, el arabası
cart
get the cart before the horse ters iş!er yapmak
cart
arabayla taşı
cart
{f} at arabası ile taşımak
cart
araba,v.araba ile taşı: n.yük arabası
cart
{i} atlı yük arabası
Türkçe - Türkçe

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cart
Sert bir şey yırtılırken çıkan ses
İngilizce - İngilizce
British theatrical producer associated with the works of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
{i} card; menu
Short for Carte de visite
Bill of fare
A position in thrusting or parrying, with the inside of the hand turned upward and the point of the weapon toward the adversary's right breast
carte blanche
Unrestricted power to act at one's own discretion; unconditional authority

Indeed, I later learned that when they had bought the place, in 1930, they had given my father's older sister Lina their checkbook, carte blanche, saying, Do what you want, get what you want.

carte de visite
A photograph of a famous person, the same size as a visiting card
carte de visite
A visiting card
carte de visite
A business card
carte blanche
Unlimited authority–granted by one person to another–to impose conditions which will be binding upon the person granting such authority
carte blanche
If someone gives you carte blanche, they give you the authority to do whatever you think is right. They gave him carte blanche to make decisions. permission or freedom to do whatever you want
carte blanche
The British equivalent of a Diagramless puzzle The form is more varied in Britain, with clues often being presented without numbering or even in a random order
carte blanche
complete freedom or authority to act
carte blanche
freedom of action, liberty to do as one pleases
carte blanche
Hence: Unconditional terms; unlimited authority
carte blanche
(French) A blank cheque signed by the giver, but left to be filled in by the receiver, with a sum of money drawn on the bank-account of the giver Power to act at discretion in an affair placed under your charge
carte blanche
at the bottom, given to another person, with permission to superscribe what conditions he pleases
carte blanche
A blank paper, with a person's signature, etc
carte de visite
(French) A visiting card, a photographic likeness on a card for the albums of friends, etc This custom originated, in 1857, with the Duke of Parma
carte de visite
A closely trimmed portrait photograph that is approximately 2 ½" x 4 ¼" intended as a substitute for a visiting card These cards were popular from the 1860's
carte de visite
(French) visiting card, small calling card that bears a photograph of the giver (commonly used during the 19th century)
carte de visite
(carte de vi·site) NOUN: A small visiting card with mounted photographs, usually measuring 4 1/2" x 2 1/2", popular during the 1860s and 1870s
carte de visite
A photographic picture of the size formerly in use for a visiting card
CART
“Classification and regression trees” in Wikipedia
a la carte
Normal spelling of à la carte; on the menu
cart
A cartridge for a video game system

My Final Fantasy cart on the NES is still alive and kicking.

cart
A small, open, wheeled vehicle, drawn or pushed by a person or animal, more often used for transporting goods than passengers
à la carte
By ordering individually priced items from the menu

We ate à la carte as that was most economic.

à la carte
allowing selection from a fixed list of individually priced options shown on the menu

The restaurant had a huge à la carte menu and four specials that day.

cart
{n} a carriage of two wheels used for burden
cart
{v} to carry or expose in a cart, to convey
a la carte
A menu term signifying that each item is priced separately
a la carte
by ordering items listed individually on a menu; "we ate a la carte"
a la carte
Literally, "from the menu" Indicates that each dish ordered will have a separate price Also, used in tour literature to indicate a choice of dishes will be available
a la carte
With each dish separately ordered
a la carte
Menu of individually priced dishes, cooked to order, allowing the customer to compile their own menu from a wide range of dishes on offer Usually more expensive and time must be allowed for dishes to be cooked See also Table d’hôte
a la carte
Each menu item is priced separately: Foods prepared to order
a la carte
(of a restaurant meal) having unlimited choices with a separate price for each item
a la carte
(French) Each menu item is priced separately: Foods prepared to order
a la carte
Fr Literally, "from the menu " Indicates that each dish ordered will have a separate price Also, used in tour literature to indicate a choice of dishes will be available
a la carte
a menu having individual dishes listed with separate prices
a la carte
{s} (French) according to a menu that prices each dish separately, priced separately
a la carte
"Carte" was originally a French term for a piece of paper or cardboard and later a bill of fare or menu Today the term means according to the menu and that which is written down as available on the menu Refers to meal in which the diner selects individual items, paying for each, rather than taking a complete meal at a fixed price
a la carte
a menu having individual dishes listed with separate prices (of a restaurant meal) having unlimited choices with a separate price for each item by ordering items listed individually on a menu; "we ate a la carte
cart
A small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cart
cart
Championship Auto Racing Teams, founded in 1978, sanctions open-wheel Indy car races In 1996, most of its teams began boycotting the Indianapolis 500 after Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Tony George changed the specifications for Indy cars and started his own Indy Racing League CART sanctions Indy Lights and recently ventured into sports car racing with its Super Touring Championship
cart
transport something in a cart
cart
Classification And Regression Trees A decision tree technique used for classification of a dataset Provides a set of rules applicable to a new (unclassified) dataset to predict which records will have a given outcome Segments a dataset by creating 2-way splits Requires less data preparation than CHAID
cart
(illustrated)
cart
If you cart things or people somewhere, you carry them or transport them there, often with difficulty. After both their parents died, one of their father's relatives carted off the entire contents of the house
cart
An open two-wheeled pleasure carriage
cart
a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal transport something in a cart
cart
{i} car, wagon; coach, carriage
cart
A cart or a shopping cart is a large metal basket on wheels which is provided by shops such as supermarkets for customers to use while they are in the shop. Two-wheeled vehicle drawn by a draft animal, used throughout recorded history for transporting freight and people. The simplest of vehicles, its frame consists merely of crossed wooden stakes or a box with shafts as an extension of the frame. Carts are known to have been used by the Greeks and Assyrians by 1800 BC, though earlier use ( 3500 BC) can be assumed
cart
The Swiss valet Prince Albert brought with him from Coburg, who had been in his service since the prince was a child
cart
Committee-Appointed Review Team
cart
a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal
cart
To carry goods
cart
To expose in a cart by way of punishment
cart
A two-wheeled vehicle for the ordinary purposes of husbandry, or for transporting bulky and heavy articles
cart
Classification and Regression Trees A type of decision tree algorithm that automates the pruning process through cross validation and other techniques
cart
{f} drag or carry by force; carry or convey in a cart
cart
As for buggy
cart
To carry or convey in a cart
cart
Powered buggy used to transport golfer and equipment around the course
cart
A light business wagon used by bakers, grocerymen, butchers, etc
cart
To carry burdens in a cart; to follow the business of a carter
cart
n kereta
cart
A common name for various kinds of vehicles, as a Scythian dwelling on wheels, or a chariot
cart
A cart is a small vehicle with a motor. He drove up in a golf cart to watch them
cart
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cart
Short for cartridge, a cart is the container holding magnetic tape, that typically has one or more SPOTS for an advertiser recorded on it It is similar in size and operation to an 8-track tape The cart is inserted into a playback machine for broadcast
cart
draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"
cart
vt to remove (someone or something) forcefully [she was carted off to jail]
cart
wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels; "he used a handcart to carry the rocks away"; "their pushcart was piled high with groceries"
cart
A cart is an old-fashioned wooden vehicle that is used for transporting goods or people. Some carts are pulled by animals. a country where horse-drawn carts far outnumber cars. = wagon
cart
Computer-Assisted Realtime is real-time captioning shown on a screen projector for live events such as meetings
d'oyly carte
English impresario who brought Gilbert and Sullivan together and produced many of their operettas in London (1844-1901)
Türkçe - İngilizce

carte teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

cart
showy
cart
chart
cart
tearing noise
cart
lurid
cart
garish
cart
gaudy
cart
tearing noise; showy
carte