crew

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İngilizce - Türkçe
mürettebat

25 denizciden oluşmuş mürettebatı olan bir gemiydi. - It was a ship with a crew of 25 sailors.

Kaptan, gemi ve mürettebatını kontrol eder. - A captain controls his ship and its crew.

{i} tayfa

Tayfa şimdi ambar kapağını açıyor. - The crew is now opening the hatch.

Tom hariç bütün tayfa terk etti. - All the crew left except for Tom.

{i} ekip

Ekip destekleyiciydi. - The crew was supportive.

Tüm ekip, çalışmalarıyla gurur duyar. - The entire crew takes pride in its work.

asker tıraşı
ekip/tayfa/mürettebat
{i} izci grubu
gemi mürettebatı
(Ticaret) gemi personeli
{i} sürü
set ekibi
(Ticaret) tayfalar
çete
f., İng., bak. crow
(Askeri) MÜRETTEBAT: Bir gemi, uçak, silah, tank vesaireyi işletmek için bir grup teşkil edecek şekilde, birlikte çalışan şahıslar
ekipte görev yap
{i} ekip, takım
crew neck yakasız ve boynu saran gömlek ve süveter tipi
crew cut alabrost ıraş
a motley crew karışık bir grup
personel

Sami, personeli tarafından beğenildi. - Sami was liked by his crew.

eleman
crow
karga

O karga değil kuzgun. - It's not a crow. It's a raven.

Hiç kargalara taş attın mı? - Have you ever thrown stones at crows?

crew alert
(Askeri) mürettebat alarmı
crew boat
(Askeri) personel taşıma botu
crew member
(Askeri) mürettebat
crew mess
(Askeri) erat salonu
crew station
(Askeri) pilot mahalli
crew station
(Askeri) pilot kabini
crew swap
(Askeri) mürettebat değişimi
crew training
(Askeri) mürettebat eğitimi
crew cut
asker tıraşı
crew neck
hakim yaka
crew served
mürettebatla kullanılan
crew-neck
hâkim yaka
crew cut
Asker traşı
crew members
mürettebat
crew neck
(Giyim) Bisiklet yaka
crew of
Mürettebatın
crew out
Mürettebat dışarı
crew tender
(Denizcilik) Mürettebat taşıma gemisi
crew chief
(Askeri) EKİP ŞEFİ; MÜRETTEBAT ŞEFİ
crew chief
(Askeri) mürettebat şefi
crew compartment
(Askeri) mürettebat bölmesi
crew cut
alabros traş
crew cut
alabros tıraş
crew member flying status
(Askeri) MÜRETTEBAT UÇUŞ DURUMU: Uçuş sırasında uçağın faaliyeti için esas olan görevleri yapmaktan sorumlu Kongre ve Bakanlık emirleriyle tehlikeli görev zammına müstahak, Kara ordusu mensubunun durumu
crew member flying status
(Askeri) mürettebat uçuş durumu
crew training
(Askeri) MÜRETTEBAT EĞİTİMİ: Bknz. "operational readiness training (crew training) "
crow
{f} horoz gibi ötmek
crow
{i} horoz sesi
crew neck
sıfır yaka
crow
karga ötmek
crow
karga gibi ötmek
crow
ötmek horoz
crow
corvus
crow
(Astronomi) karga (takımyıldızı)
flight crew
uçuş mürettabatı
flight crew
(Havacılık) uçuş mürettebatı
ground crew
(Askeri,Teknik) yer personeli
ground crew
yer mürettebatı
ship’s crew
(Askeri) mürettebat
skeleton crew
(Askeri) asgari mürettebat
camera crew
kamera ekibi
crow
{f} öt

Horoz ötmeden önce gitmiş olacağım. - I'll be gone before the rooster crows.

Bir horozun öttüğünü duydum ve yakında yataktan çıkmak zorunda kalacağımı biliyordum. - I heard a rooster crow and knew I'd soon have to get out of bed.

crow
böbürlenmek
crow
horoz ötüşü

Horoz ötüşünü duymadım. - Tom didn't hear the rooster crow.

ground crew
havaalanı personeli
ground crew
yer hizmetlileri
cabin crew
kabin görevlisi
cabin crew
Kabin görevlileri
pit crew
pit ekibi
television crew
televizyon ekibi
aeromedical evacuation crew member
(Askeri) havadan sıhhi tahliye mürettebatı
air crew chief
(Askeri) TAYYARE KIDEMLİ MAKİNİSTİ; TAYYARE BAŞ MAKİNİSTİ; TAYYARE EKİP ŞEFİ: Belirli bir tayyarenin hizmet, muayene ve bakımından sorumlu tayyare ve motor makinisti
aircraft crew member
(Askeri) TAYYARE PERSONELİ: Uçuş halindeki bir tayyarede, tayyarenin hareket ve faaliyeti için gerekli görevleri yapan bir şahıs
artillery crew
(Askeri) top mürettebatı
chief of the crew
lostromo
collection requirements management; crew resource management
(Askeri) toplama ihtiyaçları yönetimi; mürettebat kaynak yönetimi
combat crew
(Askeri) MUHAREBE MÜRETTEBATI: Bir muharebe uçağının uçuşa katılan mürettebatı veya bir muharebe aracının işletme mürettebatı
combat crew
(Askeri) savaş mürettebatı
crew cut
alabros
crow
hava atmak
crow
{f} (over) (-den dolayı) çok sevinmek
crow
{i} sevinç çığlığı
crow
{f} (horoz) ötmek
crow
{i} kargaya benzer kuş
crow
{f} havalara uçmak (Argo)
crow
karga,v.öt: n.karga
crow
ötmek
crow
{i} çığlık

Kalabalık çığlık atıyordu. - The crowd was screaming.

Kalabalıktan bir çığlık yükseldi. - A cry arose from the crowd.

crow
{f} sevinç çığlığı atmak
crow
sevinçle haykırmak
crow
{i} (Argo) zenci
crow
{f} övünmek
crow
atmak
crow
crow böbürlen/öt
crow
havalara uçmak
crow
sevinmek
crow
{f} ötmek (horoz)
crow
horoz ötüşü/karga
crow
i., zool. karga, Corvus
erecting crew
montaj ekibi
forming crew
(İnşaat) kalıp ekibi
ground crew
(havaalanında) yer mürettebatı
ground crew
alan görevlisi
ground crew
havaalanı görevlisi
ground crew
(Askeri) YER MÜRETTEBATI: Hava harekatı ile ilgili yer personeli. Örneğin bir uçağın bakım personeli gibi
gun crew
(Askeri) silah mürettebatı
gun crew
(Askeri) top mürettebatı
launch crew
(Askeri) FIRLATMA MÜRETTEBATI: Görevinin ifası için füze kullanma yetkisi verilmiş bir askeri birliğe ait füzeleri hazırlamak ve fırlatmak üzere, görev ve mevzi icaplarına göre teşkil edilmiş belirli sayıda mürettebat
launch crew
(Askeri) fırlatma mürettebatı
maintenance crew
(Askeri) BAKIM GRUBU: Malzeme ve teçhizatın muayene, bakım ve onarım işlerini yapmak üzere görevlendirilen personel grubu
medical crew director
(Askeri) sıhhiye personeli yöneticisi
minimum crew
(Sinema) enküçük takım
missile combat crew
(Askeri) füze muharebe mürettebatı
night crew
gece postası
painting crew
boyacı ekibi
painting crew
boya ekibi
rescue crew
kurtarma takımı
shaft crew
(Madencilik) kuyu ekibi
ship’s crew
(Askeri) gemi adamları
skeleton crew
temel kadro
skeleton crew
çekirdek kadro
skeleton crew
(Askeri) ASGARİ MÜRETTEBAT, ÇEKİRDEK MÜRETTEBAT: Bir teçhizatı kullanıp bakımını sağlayabilen en az sayıdaki er miktarı
tank crew
(Askeri) TANK MÜRETTEBATI: Bir tek tankı kullanan ve tank içindeki silahlar vasıtasıyla muharebe eden er grubu
vehicle crew
taşıt ekibi
wrecking crew
kurtarma ekibi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A hip-hop group
To supply workers or sailors for a crew
A close group of friends

I'd look out for that whole crew down at Jack's.

To take on, recruit (new) crew
To be a member of a work or production crew

The film was crewed and directed by students.

Simple past tense and past participle of crow. To have made the characteristic sound of a rooster

It was still dark when the cock crew.

A worker on a dramatic production who is not part of the cast

There were three actors and six crew on the set.

The sport of competitive rowing
To be a member of a vessel's crew

The ship was crewed by fifty sailors.

A pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs
A group of people working together on a task

The crews competed to cut the most timber.

A set of individuals lumped together by the speaker
A group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane

The crews of the two ships got into a fight.

A rowing team manning a single shell
A member of the crew of a vessel or plant

One crew died in the accident.

A member of a ship's company who is not an officer

There are quarters for three officers and five crew.

The group of workers on a dramatic production who are not part of the cast

The crews for different movies would all come down to the bar at night.

To do the proper work of a sailor

The crewing of the vessel before the crash was deficient.

{n} a ship's company, set, mean assembly
an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
means the marine personnel to crew the vessel as specified in clause 17 hereof
In an extended sense, any small body of men associated for a purpose; a gang; as Naut
(Also spelled KreW) A team of Knowledge Workers charged with supporting an event such as a DesignShop
A group of people working on something
The Manx shearwater
A beer-drinking team-group e g crew on the dragon-boat
Backstage team assisting in mounting a production
(See Single Resource ) ---D--- DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY: A statement provided to the Incident Commander by the Agency Executive delegating authority and assigning responsibility The Delegation of Authority can include objectives, priorities, expectations, constraints, and other considerations or guidelines as needed Many agencies require written Delegation of Authority to be given to Incident Commanders prior to their assuming command on larger incidents
To participate in a ships crew
The team of sailors that sails the yacht
Applies to all personnel responsible for field activity
A group of people operating a means of transport
The crew consists of two, four or eight rowers, with the option of a cox
(see CANOPY FORMATION) CUTAWAY: n Procedure where the jumper releases from the main parachute prior to activating the reserve parachute Used in the event of a main parachute malfunction to prevent an entanglement with the deploying reserve; in the event of a canopy entanglement with another jumper; and also in case the wind causes the canopy to drag a jumper after landing CUTAWAY HANDLE: Pillow or loop handle of a two-handled system, normally located on the jumpers right-side chest, used to initiate a cutaway Sometimes referred to as a three-ring release handle
The basic unit of a wildfire suppression force It normally consists of four to eight personnel
{i} competitive sport of rowing in a racing shell
team of people working on a film e g the director of photography (cameraman), lighting department etc
Artificial mission, to schedule down a crew on a priority bases
all the people who assist in the running of the show who are not highlighted on stage
In a quick-service restaurant, the employees required to run the restaurant for one shift
A crew is a group of people with special technical skills who work together on a task or project. a two-man film crew making a documentary
The dealers who staff the craps table
the carpenter's crew; the boatswain's crew
The crew of a ship, an aircraft, or a spacecraft is the people who work on and operate it. The mission for the crew of the space shuttle Endeavour is essentially over The surviving crew members were ferried ashore
Your crew will normally consist of a professional captain and a gourmet chef ; Larger vessels will sometimes carry a stewardess and/or a deckhand who will help the captain and chef to take care of you
A member of a crew
disapproval You can use crew to refer to a group of people you disapprove of. This crew of killers and life-wreckers are headed by the mad but cunning Nino Brown. = bunch, gang. to be part of the crew on a boat
serve as a crew member on
A predefined labor group that works as a whole at a given operation or on a specific job Used instead of reporting the individual personnel who did the work
(Also spelled KreW) A team of Knowledge Workers charged with supporting an event such as a DesignShop® process
of Crow the men who man a ship or aircraft the team of men manning a racing shell serve as a crew member on
(n ) See PRAM
an organized group of workmen
If you crew a boat, you work on it as part of the crew. She was already a keen and experienced sailor, having crewed in both Merlin and Grayling There were to be five teams of three crewing the boat. a fully crewed yacht
A company of people associated together; an assemblage; a throng
(Ticaret) A predefined labor group that works as a whole at a given operation or on a specific job. Used instead of reporting the individual personnel who did the work
The company of seamen who man a ship, vessel, or at; the company belonging to a vessel or a boat
The three sliders who sit behind the driver in a four-man bobsled
Collaboratory for Research on Electronic Work at the University of Michigan
The rowers who make up the team in an Eight, Four, Pair, Double or Quad
Organized group of writers
the men who man a ship or aircraft
the team of men manning a racing shell
People helping a competitor in the competition He must have GROUND CREW and may have FLIGHT CREW
The personnel engaged on board ship, excluding the master and officers and the passengers on passenger ships
{i} group of people working together on an air or watercraft; team of people working together (i.e. on a stage, construction site, etc.); group of people on a rowing team
crew chief
the chief umpire, referee or other official
crew chief
The leader or the head of a crew
crew chiefs
plural form of crew chief
crew cut
A closely-cropped male haircut
crew cuts
plural form of crew cut
crew neck
Occasionally, a collar whose front is meant to ride up onto the neck, sometimes to Adam's apple level, more often termed as high crew
crew neck
Referring to the collar of pullover garments, where the collar circles the neck, usually of sweaters and T-shirts. Often crew necked
crew neck
Any garment with a crew neck
crew necks
plural form of crew neck
crew-served weapon
Military Term (notably USMC). A weapon which is too heavy for one man to carry, and is as such served by usually 2-4 men. An example of this would be a heavy machine gun or rocket launcher, such as the FGM-148 Javelin
crew chief
The person responsible for overseeing the pit stops during a race, and development of the racecar and driver The coach of the race team
crew chief
Team leader Depending on the team, duties include everything from making assignments in the shop, to calling the shots in the pits, to handling airline and motel reservations
crew chief
A person in charge of the GROUND CREW
crew chief
In a quick-service restaurant, the employee who supervises the crew
crew chief
The "coach" of the race team that oversees pit stops and the car during the race
crew chief
Probably the 2nd most important person on a team He is the coach of the race team, responsible for overseeing the pit stops as well as the development of the car and driver
crew chief
A noncommissioned air force officer who is in charge of a group of enlisted people, such as maintenance specialists, on the flight line
crew chief
Lead mechanic that makes decisions or implements changes to the car for racing conditions
crew cut
a closely cropped haircut; usually for men
crew cut
A crew cut is a man's hairstyle in which his hair is cut very short. a very short hair style for men
crew cut
military haircut, very short men's haircut
crew member
{i} one who is part of a crew, one who is part of a work group
crew member
a member of a flight crew
crew neck
A round neck with ribbed banding that fits close to the base of the neck
crew neck
a sweater with a crew neck, namely a round collarless neckline
crew neck
A neckline flush with the top of the shoulders and bottom of the neck Typically found in T-shirts and sweaters
crew neck
crew neck crew necks in AM, use crewneck A crew neck or a crew neck sweater is a sweater with a round neck. a plain round neck on a sweater or shirt, or a sweater or shirt with this type of neck
crew neck
a plain straight neckline opening from shoulder to shoulder of sweaters
crew sock
A warm, usually ribbed sock
Crow
A Native American tribe
cabin crew
The members of staff aboard a commercial aircraft, employed to ensure the safety and comfort of their passengers
crewed
Simple past tense and past participle of crew
crewed
Having a crew; manned
crewless
Without a crew; unmanned
crow
To utter a sound expressive of joy or pleasure
crow
A bar of iron with a beak, crook, or claw; a bar of iron used as a lever; a crowbar

He approached the humble tomb in which Antonia reposed. He had provided himself with an iron crow and a pick-axe: but this precaution was unnecessary.

crow
The cry of the rooster
film crew
The group of people, excluding the cast and producers, who are hired by a film company to make a film
motley crew
A group of people of mixed background, especially one with a common goal
skeleton crew
The minimum number of personnel needed to operate and maintain an item at its most simple operating requirements, such as a ship or business, during an emergency or shut down, and at the same time, to keep vital functions operating
crow
{n} a bird, cock's voice, iron lever, iron bar
crow
{v} to make the noise of a cock, boast, hector, exult
Crow
{i} member of the Crow Indian tribe of eastern Montana
Crow
The Siouan language of this tribe
Crow
{i} Siouan language spoken by the Crow Indian tribe; family name
air crew
crew manning an aircraft
air crew badge
insignia worn by a crew manning an aircraft
air crew wings
insignia awarded to a pilot or aircrew member on completion of training
bomber crew
the crew of a bomber
cabin crew
The cabin crew on an aircraft are the people whose job is to look after the passengers. the group of people whose job is to take care of the passengers on a plane flight attendant, stewardess stewardess
crewed
past of crew
crewing
present participle of crew
crewless
{s} unmanned, lacking a crew
crews
(Coral Reef Early Warning System) - in situ NOAA meteorological and oceanographic monitoring sites that collect data continuously which are transmitted hourly via satellite to a data archival site An automated system (hardware and software) that monitors select oceanographic and meteorological parameters and produces specialized alerts when conditions may result in environmental stresses conducive of coral bleaching NOAA plans to expand the CREWS from the Florida Keys/Bahamian sites to many remote coral reef sites throughout the world
crews
plural of crew
crews
TEP's crews typically consist of 2 to 3 Journeyman Linemen/Cablemen
crow
dwell on with satisfaction
crow
To shout in exultation or defiance; to brag
crow
To make the shrill sound characteristic of a rooster; to make a sound in this manner, either in joy, gaiety, or defiance
crow
a small quadrilateral constellation in the southern hemisphere near Virgo
crow
It has a harsh, croaking note
crow
disapproval If you say that someone is crowing about something they have achieved or are pleased about, you disapprove of them because they keep telling people proudly about it. Edwards is already crowing about his assured victory We've seen them all crowing that the movement is dead. = boast
crow
When a cock crows, it makes a loud sound, often early in the morning. The cock crows and the dawn chorus begins
crow
A bird, usually black, of the genus Corvus, having a strong conical beak, with projecting bristles
crow
black birds having a raucous call
crow
black birds having a raucous call a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it) a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana express pleasure verbally; "She crowed with joy"
crow
utter shrill sounds; "The cocks crowed all morning
crow
{i} any of various large black birds; cry of a rooster
crow
The cry of the cock
crow
a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people
crow
If you say that a place is a particular distance away as the crow flies, you mean that it is that distance away measured in a straight line. I live at Mesa, Washington, about 10 miles as the crow flies from Hanford. North American Plains Indian people of southern Montana, U.S. The Crow, whose language belongs to the Siouan language stock, were historically affiliated with the Hidatsa. Historically, they occupied the area around the Yellowstone River in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. Much of Crow life revolved around the buffalo and the horse. The Crow were prominent as middleman traders, trading horses, bows, and other items to local village Indians in return for guns and metal goods that they carried to the Shoshone in Idaho. The basic element in Crow religious life was the supernatural vision, induced by fasting and isolation. The Crow continually suffered losses from wars with the Blackfoot and Sioux and sided with the whites in the Indian wars of the 1860s and '70s. In 1868 they accepted a reservation carved from former tribal lands in southern Montana. Some 9,100 individuals claimed sole Crow descent in the 2000 U.S. census. Any of more than 20 species of black perching birds (see passerine) of the genus Corvus (family Corvidae) that are smaller than most ravens and have a thinner bill. They are named for the sound of their call. Common crows are found in North America and Eurasia. They eat grain, berries, insects, carrion, and the eggs of other birds. Crows may damage grain crops, but they also eat many economically harmful insects. At times tens of thousands roost together, but most species do not nest in colonies. Crows are considered the most intelligent of all birds (tool use is documented), and pet crows can be taught to imitate speech
crow
A bird, usually black, of the genus Corvus, having a strong conical beak, with projecting bristles; it has a harsh, croaking call
crow
express pleasure verbally; "She crowed with joy"
crow
A crow is a large black bird which makes a loud, harsh noise
crow
To make the shrill sound characteristic of a cock, either in joy, gayety, or defiance
crow
utter shrill sounds; "The cocks crowed all morning"
crow
The mesentery of a beast; so called by butchers
crow
the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it)
crow
a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana
crow
{f} cry out; cry out in triumph; brag, boast
crow
an instance of boastful talk; "his brag is worse than his fight"; "whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"
crow
See Crow, v
emergency crew
rescue team; group trained to handle emergency situations
film crew
group of people that work together to film a movie
flight crew
the people, such as the pilot and flight attendants, who work on a plane during a flight
flight crew
{i} all employees working on an airplane (pilot, copilot, stewards and stewardesses)
ground crew
At an airport, the people who look after the planes when they are on the ground are called the ground crew. The airport ground crew tried to dissuade the pilot from taking off. A team of mechanics and technicians that maintain and service aircraft on the ground. the group of people who work at an airport looking after the aircraft British Equivalent: ground staff
ground crew
the crew of technicians and mechanics who service aircraft on the ground
ground crew
group of people that condition and maintain aircraft (mechanics, etc.)
gun crew
group in charge of a ship's guns
mortar crew man
soldier that fires mortars
pit crew
The members of the team that services and repairs a race car
pit crew
The band dads that bring the pit instruments onto the sideline of the field at a show
pit crew
The crew that services the car on pit stops
pit crew
Mechanics and/or team assistants
pit crew
The backbone of any successful race team The Crew services and repairs a team's car during the race day Only six crewmembers are allowed over the wall at any given time during a pit stop
stage crew
There ain't no show without 'em
stage crew
Group of individuals who spend their evenings coping with 50-minute stretches of total boredom interspersed with 30-second bursts of mindless panic
stage crew
crew of workers who move scenery or handle properties in a theatrical production
television crew
team that works together at a television studio
wrecking crew
crew that destroys structures
wrecking crew
a group of workers whose job is to knock down buildings
crew