confining

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} hapsetme
hapsetmesi
hapset(mek)
hapset
confining pressure
çevresel basınç
confining pressure
sınırlayan basınç
confining pressure
yanal basınç
confine
{f} sınırlamak
confine
(Askeri) HAPSETMEK, HASRETMEK, SINIRLAMAK: Bir suçluyu bir yere veya bir cezaevine kapatmak
confine
{f} to -e hapsetmek, -e kapatmak
confine
sınırlandırmak
confine
bölge
confine
(Kanun) mahkum etmek
confine
kapatmak
confine
kısıtlamak
confine
sınırlar içinde korumak
confine
tahdit etmek
confine
(doğum yapmak üzere olan kadını) yatırmak
confine
yatakta tutmak
confine
{f} hapset

Bir fırtına onları eve hapsetti. - A storm confined them to the house.

Onları nereye hapsettin? - Where did you confine them?

confine
sınır koymak
confine
sinirlandir
confine
kapamak
confine
{f} hapsetmek
confine
{f} to -e hasretmek
confine
sınır

Sizin sınırlar beni tutmaz. - Your boundaries don't confine me.

Yorumlarını tartıştığımız konuyla sınırla. - Confine your remarks to the matter we are discussing.

confine
{f} to (bir hastalık) (birini eve/yatağa) bağlamak
confine
confined sınırlanmış
confine
loğusa olmak
confine
kuşatmak
confine
kapat/sınırlandır
confine
sınırlandır,v.hapset: n.sınır
confine
{f} tutmak
confine
loğusa halinde
İngilizce - İngilizce
A form of disability or sickness that confines the insured indoors, usually at home or in a hospital Many policies state that coverage is afforded only if the insured is confined (H)
restricting the scope or freedom of action
crowded; "close quarters"
present participle of confine
A layer of lower permeability material that overlies an aquifer layer
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(in plural confines) Limits
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To restrict; to keep within bounds; to shut or keep in a limited space or area
confine
{v} to border, bound, fix, tie up, keep
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{n} a limit, border, boundary, side, edge
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con·fine confines confining confined The verb is pronounced The noun confines is pronounced1. To confine something to a particular place or group means to prevent it from spreading beyond that place or group. Health officials have successfully confined the epidemic to the Tabatinga area The US will soon be taking steps to confine the conflict. = restrict
confine
{f} limit, restrict; imprison
confine
To restrain within limits; to restrict; to limit; to bound; to shut up; to inclose; to keep close
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Common boundary; border; limit; used chiefly in the plural
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deprive of freedom; take into confinement
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Apartment; place of restraint; prison
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Limits
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If someone is confined to a mental institution, prison, or other place, they are sent there and are not allowed to leave for a period of time. The woman will be confined to a mental institution
confine
To have a common boundary; to border; to lie contiguous; to touch; followed by on or with
confine
prevent from leaving or from being removed
confine
to close within bounds, limit or hold back from movement; "This holds the local until the express passengers change trains"; "About a dozen animals were held inside the stockade"; "The illegal immigrants were held at a detention center"; "The terrorists held the journalists for ransom"
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restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day"
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The confines of a situation, system, or activity are the limits or restrictions it involves. away from the confines of the British class system I can't stand the confines of this marriage. = constraints
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Something that is within the confines of an area or place is within the boundaries enclosing it. The movie is set entirely within the confines of the abandoned factory
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If you confine yourself or your activities to something, you do only that thing and are involved with nothing else. He did not confine himself to the one language His genius was not confined to the decoration of buildings. = limit, restrict
confine
place limits on (extent or access); "restrict the use of this parking lot"; "limit the time you can spend with your friends"
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prevent from leaving or from being removed deprive of freedom; take into confinement
confine
close in or confine
confining