chiseled

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yontulmuş

O, ince yontulmuş özelliklere sahip bir kızdı. - She was a girl with finely chiseled features.

yont(mak)
keski ile yontulmuş
keskin (yüz hatları)
yont

O, ince yontulmuş özelliklere sahip bir kızdı. - She was a girl with finely chiseled features.

(Bilgisayar) keskin
chisel
keski

Beton sert olduğu zaman pim keski yerine elektrikli matkap kullanırız. - When the concrete is hard, we use an electric drill instead of a pin chisel.

chisel
{f} yontmak
chisel
marangoz kalemi
chisel
ıskarpela
chisel
(out of ile) kazıklamak
chisel
{f} yont

Onlar mermerden bir heykel yontuyorlar. - They are chiseling a statue out of marble.

O, ince yontulmuş özelliklere sahip bir kızdı. - She was a girl with finely chiseled features.

chisel
kazıklamak
chisel
dolandırmak
chisel
oymacı kalemi
chisel
heykeltıraş kalemi
chisel
oymak
chisel
sızdırmak
chisel
kalem keski
chisel
iskarpela
chisel
keski ile çalışmak
chisel
{i} keski, kalem
chisel
kandır/tornayla kes
chisel
keskin hatlı
chisel
keski,v.yont: n.keski
chisel
{f} kalemle oymak
chisel
güzel bir şekil verilmiş
chisel
hile ile elde etmek
chisel
chiseled keski ile şekil verilmiş
chisel
torna kalem
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of chisel
having strongly defined facial features

Brad Pitt is renowned for his chiseled good looks.

having a clean and distinct outline as if precisely cut along the edges; "a finely chiseled nose"; "well-defined features
US, past of chisel
chisel
To work something with a chisel

She chiselled a sculpture out of the block of wood.

chisel
To use a chisel
chisel
A cutting tool consisting of a slim oblong block of metal with a sharp wedge or bevel formed on one end. It may be provided with a handle at the other end, which is generally perpendicular to, but occasionally parallel to the cutting edge of the tool, depending upon its intended use. It is used to remove parts of stone, wood or metal by placing the sharp edge against the material to be cut and pushing or pounding the other end with a hammer, or mallet. The cutting edge of a chisel is most frequently straight, but may be curved or otherwise shaped (v-shaped, for example), to suit the characteristics of the material being worked, or the shape to be achieved by the chisel's use
chisel
{v} to cut, make or form with chisel
chisel
{n} a carpenter's tool to pare with, bran
chisel
To cut, pare, gouge, or engrave with a chisel; as, to chisel a block of marble into a statue
chisel
an edge tool with a flat steel blade with a cutting edge
chisel
To cut close, as in a bargain; to cheat
chisel
usually driven by a mallet or hammer
chisel
{i} tool with a sharp metal edge that is used to shape and cut wood and stone
chisel
If you chisel wood or stone, you cut and shape it using a chisel. They sit and chisel the stone to size. a metal tool with a sharp edge, used to cut wood or stone (probably from chisoir, from caesorium , from caedere ). chiselled chiselling chiseled chiseling to use a chisel to cut wood or stone into a particular shape chisel sth into/from/in etc sth. Cutting tool with a sharpened edge at the end of a metal blade, used (often by driving with a mallet or hammer) in dressing, shaping, or working a solid material such as wood, stone, or metal. Flint ancestors of the chisel existed by 8000 BC; the ancient Egyptians used copper and later bronze chisels to work both wood and soft stone. Chisels today are made of steel, in various sizes and degrees of hardness, depending on use
chisel
To break up soil using closely spaced gangs of narrow shank-mounted tools It may be performed at other than the normal plowing depth Chiseling at depths >40 cm is usually termed subsoiling
chisel
A metal tool with a cutting edge at the end of a blade used in dressing, shaping, or working a solid material
chisel
chis·el chisels chiselling chiselled in AM, use chiseling, chiseled1. A chisel is a tool that has a long metal blade with a sharp edge at the end. It is used for cutting and shaping wood and stone
chisel
carve with a chisel; "chisel the marble"
chisel
{f} cut (wood, stone, etc.) with a chisel; cheat
chisel
an edge tool with a flat steel blade with a cutting edge carve with a chisel; "chisel the marble
chisel
Tool with the end beveled to a cutting edge
chisel
A tool consisting of a slim oblong block of metal which is flattened to a sharp edge at one end and attached to a handle at the other end. It is used mainly to remove parts of stone or wood by placing the sharp edge against the material and pounding the handle with a hammer
chisel
To cheat, to get something by cheating
chisel
deprive somebody of something by deceit; "The con-man beat me out of $50"; "This salesman ripped us off!"; "we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme"; "They chiseled me out of my money"
chisel
A tool with a cutting edge on one end of a metal blade, used in dressing, shaping, or working in timber, stone, metal, etc
chisel
engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud; "Who's chiseling on the side?"
chisel
a cutting edge with an oblique angle, the tool is worked by blows from a hammer
chiseled