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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} refakâtçi
{i} arkadaş

O kadın arkadaşlık istedi. - He wanted female companionship.

O bana iyi bir arkadaş olmuştur. - He has been a good companion to me.

diğer parça
el kitabı

Evcil hayvanlar sadece bize eşlik etmekten daha fazlasını sunar. - Pets offer us more than mere companionship.

arkadaşlık etmek
ait olan
{i} güverte merdiveni
{i} bakıcı
eşlik etmek

Evcil hayvanlar sadece bize eşlik etmekten daha fazlasını sunar. - Pets offer us more than mere companionship.

refakât etmek
{i} elkitabı, rehber
{i} ahbap

Ahbaplarım sessizce beni izliyorlardı ve şaşkınlığımın onları güldürdüğü diğer zamanların aksine bu defa ciddiyetlerini bozmadılar. - My companions were watching me in silence and, unlike other times when my wonder had made them laugh, they remained serious.

{i} kavalye

Sami'nin tek arkadaşı onun köpeğiydi. - Sami's only companion was his dog.

Tom'un tek arkadaşı onun köpeğidir. - Tom's only companion is his dog.

companion to
companion volume
arkadaşı hacmi
companion body
(Askeri) ortak gövde
companion body
(Askeri) ORTAK GÖVDE (HV.): Bir arz uydusu ile birlikte yörüngede dönen bir burun konisi, roket kademesi veya diğer bir cisim. Ayrıca bakınız: "fallaway section"
companion cell
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) arkadaş hücreler
companion disc
mukabil disk
companion fabrics
(Tekstil) karışımlı kumaşlar
companion flange
mukabil flanş
companion form of a matrix
Bush matrisi
companion hatch
kaporta ağzı (gemi)
companion in arms
askerlik arkadaşı
companion in misfortune
dert ortağı
consant companion
devamlı arkadaş
life companion
Hayata eşlik eden şey ya da kişi
boon companion
yakın arkadaş
(Din) (Çoğul) Sahabe
drinking companion
içme arkadaşı
travel companion
gezi arkadaşı
boon companion
eğlence arkadaşı
flywheel companion flange
volant mukabil flanşı
flywheel companion flange
volant tamburu
imaginary companion
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hayali arkadaş
stable companion
aynı ahırdan at
stable companion
İngilizce - İngilizce
A celestial object that is associated with another
A knot in whose neighborhood another, specified, knot meets every meridian disk
The covering of a hatchway on an upper deck which leads to the companionway; the stairs themselves
A friend, acquaintance, or partner; someone with whom one spends time or keeps company

His dog has been his trusted companion for the last five years.

A thing or phenomenon that is closely associated with another thing, phenomenon, or person
The framework on the quarterdeck of a sailing ship through which daylight entered the cabins below
A person employed to accompany or travel with another
{n} a partner, comrade, associate, the porch or cover of the entrance into a cabin
A skylight on an upper deck with frames and sashes of various shapes, to admit light to a cabin or lower deck
a traveler who accompanies you
be a companion to somebody
A companion is someone who you spend time with or who you are travelling with. Fred had been her constant companion for the last six years of her life I asked my travelling companion what he thought of the situation in Algeria
To be a companion to; to attend on; to accompany
One who accompanies or is in company with another for a longer or shorter period, either from choice or casually; one who is much in the company of, or is associated with, another or others; an associate; a comrade; a consort; a partner
A fellow; in contempt
(Ar Sahaabi): a Muslim who met the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam)
A knight of the lowest rank in certain orders; as, a companion of the Bath
a person who is frequently in the company of another; "drinking companions"; "comrades in arms"
To qualify as a companion; to make equal
one paid to accompany or assist or live with another a person who is frequently in the company of another; "drinking companions"; "comrades in arms"
one paid to accompany or assist or live with another a person who is frequently in the company of another; "drinking companions"; "comrades in arms" a traveler who accompanies you
Companions are characters that are not wizards, but are nevertheless more talented, educated or influential than mere grogs
A personal care attendant who provides assistance with shopping, meal preparation, supervision, companionship, and light housekeeping Companions usually do not provide personal care such as bathing, dressing and grooming No medical care is provided
partner, friend
one paid to accompany or assist or live with another
A wooden hood or penthouse covering the companion way; a companion hatch
{i} spouse; partner; one who assists or accompanies
A missionary's assigned partner
n A person who accompanies or associates with another; comrade (Lat com - together + panis - bread)
Ladder in a ship
companion ladder
Either of two ladders leading from the raised quarterdeck of a sailing ship to the upper deck
companion ladders
plural form of companion ladder
companion bill
A bill introduced in one chamber that is similar or identical to a bill introduced in the other chamber
Companion of Honour
a special title or honour that is given by the British queen or king to someone who has achieved something very important for the country. A person who received this title can use the letters CH after his or her name
companion cell
A specialized parenchyma cell, located in the phloem of flowering plants and closely associated in development and function with a sieve-tube element
companion in arms
comrade in arms, fellow soldier
companion ladder
inboard ladder, ladder or stairway from the poop to the main deck; stairway from the deck to the cabins (on a ship)
companion planting
The cultivation of certain kinds of plants together in the same area, especially if one species will benefit from another, as planting an insect-repellent plant in a vegetable garden
companion volume
book complementing or supplementing another book
fellow soldier
A drinking companion, especially one who is habitually drunk
A companion
A companion
boon companion
a very close friend (bon; BONNY)
plural of companion
pot companion
drinking pal, partner in drinking alcohol
the hunchback sees only his companion's hump
it is always easier to spot another person's flaw than one's own flaw