curtain

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İngilizce - Türkçe
perde

Ben, kalbim heyecanla atarken perdenin yükselmesini bekledim. - I waited for the curtain to rise with my heart beating in excitement.

Perdelerin hepsi açıktı. - The curtains were all open.

{i} alkışlarla tekrar sahneye çağırma
{i} perde kapanış sözü
{f} perdelemek
{f} perdeyi kapatmak
(Havacılık) hava perdesi
örtmek
perde,v.perde tak: n.perde
{i} bölme
tiyatro perdesi
{f} perde tak
curtain call tiyatro perde kapandıktan sonra alkışlarla tekrar sahneye çağırma
ölüm
curtain raiser programın il
dili yalnızken kadının kocasını haşlaması
argo mahvolma
hail
perdeyle
gergi

Perde düştüğü zaman gergin bir sessizlik vardı. - There was a tense silence, when the curtain fell.

death
ölüm

Kaza çok fazla ölüme neden oldu. - The accident has caused many deaths.

Ölümden önce hayat var mıdır? - Is there life before death?

curtain wall
asma cephe
curtain antenna
perde sırgavıl
curtain antenne
perde anten
curtain drain
kuşaklama dreni
curtain machine
perde makinesi
curtain raiser
bağdarlamanın ilk kısmı
curtain ring
perde halkası
curtain rod
perde rayı
curtain rod
korniş
curtain stretcher
perde gergefi
curtain wall
perdeduvar
curtain antenna
perde anten
curtain call
Alkışlarla tekrar sahneye çağırma
curtain falls
perde iner
curtain fire
perde yangın
curtain off
kapalı perde
curtain rail
Perde kornişi
curtain rises
perde yükselir
curtain wall
(Mimarlık) Giydirme cephe
curtain wall
perde duvar
curtain airbag
perde hava yastığı
curtain door
(Askeri) GAZ KAPISI: Kimya taarruzlarına karşı kullanılan gaz geçmez sığınaklarda (gasproof shelter) bir battaniye parçası veya diğer bir malzemeden yapılmış gaz geçirmez kapı. Bunun "blanket door" de denir
curtain fastener
başlı cıvata
curtain grouting
perde enjeksiyonu
curtain grouting
(Çevre) örtü sıvaması
curtain kit
perde kiti
curtain lecture
(isim) kadının yalnızken kocasını azarlaması
curtain lecture
{i} kadının yalnızken kocasını azarlaması
curtain of fire
(Askeri) ATEŞ PERDESİ: Bir saha veya hat boyunca tesis edilen ateş perdesi veya engeli. Bir ateş perdesi, genellikle, taarruz eden kuvvetleri düşman taarruzu veya gözetlemesinden korumak için tesis edilir
curtain of rain
sağanak yağmur
curtain of sheet piling
(İnşaat) palplanş perde
curtain raiser
{i} ön program
curtain raiser
{i} ön oyun
curtain retainer
perde takma suportu
curtain runner
perde kılavuz rayı
curtain twitcher
meraklı melahat
curtain twitcher
meraklı komşu
curtain wall panel
(İnşaat) giydirme cephe levhası
curtain wall system
(İnşaat) cephe giydirme sistemi
curtain wall ventilation
arkadan havalandırma
curtain walling system
(İnşaat) giydirme cephe sistemi
curtain weight
(Tekstil) perde ağırlığı
death
{i} ecel
death
{i} tükeniş
death
deathcup çok zehirli bir çeşit mantar
death
{i} ölme

Kan kaybından ölmeyeceksin. - You won't bleed to death.

Çalmaktansa açlıktan ölmeyi tercih ederim. - I would rather starve to death than steal.

death
(Tıp) ölü

Bazen kardiyovasküler hastalığın ilk belirtisi ölümdür. - Sometimes the first symptom of cardiovascular disease is death.

Ölümden önce hayat var mıdır? - Is there life before death?

tulle curtain
tül perde
anchor curtain
ankraj perdesi
death
son

O, babasının ölümünden sonra ailesi için baş vurulacak tek kişiydi. - He was the only recourse for his family after his father's death.

Babasının ölümünden sonra firmanın sorumluluğunu o aldı. - He took charge of the firm after his father's death.

death
yıkım

Onlar söylenemeyecek miktarda ölüm ve yıkıma neden oldular. - They caused an untold amount of death and destruction.

Savaş kente ölüm ve yıkım getirdi. - The war brought about death and destruction in the city.

drop curtain
asma tiyatro perdesi
iron curtain
demir perde
net curtain
tül perde
theater curtain
perde
curtained
perdeli
curtains
perdeler
curtains
'Tears of wine', 'wine legs', 'curtains' veya 'church windows', şarap bardağının iç kısmında şarap çalkalandıktan sonra bardağın cidarlarında bıraktığı süzülen şarap izleri
grout curtain
(Mühendislik) Enjeksiyon perdesi
lace-curtain
dantel perde
shower curtain
düş perdesi
water curtain
Görsel efekt için kullanılan su perdesi
welding curtain
Kaynak perdesi
air curtain
(Mimarlık) hava perdesi
bamboo curtain
{i} çin sınırı
bamboo curtain
(isim) çin sınırı
curtaining
(İnşaat) boya akması
curtains
akıbet
curtains
son perde/perdeler
curtains
{i} son

Perdeleri değiştirmemden sonra oda farklı görünüyor. - The room looks different after I've changed the curtains.

curtains
curtain perde koy
death
deathbed ölüm döşeği
death
(Tıp) Ölüm. mors, exitus
death
katil
death
öIme
death
defin ruhsatı
death
öIüm
death
death certificate ölüm ilmuhaberi
death
deathblow öIdürücü darbe
death
death duty veras
death
ölüme sebebiyet veren şey
draw the curtain
perdeyi kapamak
draw the curtain
perdeyi çekmek
draw the curtain over smth
bir daha sözünü etmemek
draw the curtain over smth
üzerine sünger çekmek
drop curtain
asma sahne perdesi
gas curtain
(Askeri) GAZ PERDESİ: Bak. "gasproof curtain"
gas proof curtain
(Askeri) GAZ GEÇİRMEZ PERDE, GAZ PERDESİ: Kirletilmiş havanın içeri girmesine mani olmak için, sığınakların kapılarına gerilen, kimyasal işlem görmüş, bez perde. Buna kısaca (gas curtain) de denir
grout curtain
(İnşaat) sızdırmazlık perdesi
grout curtain
(İnşaat) harçlama perdesi
iron Curtain
tar. Demirperde
iron curtain
demirperde
iron curtain countries
demirperde ülkeleri
lift the curtain
esrar perdesini kaldırmak
ring down the curtain
perdeyi kapamak
ring down the curtain
perdeyi kapama işareti vermek
ring up the curtain
perdeyi açma işareti vermek
ring up the curtain
perdeyi açmak
silt curtain
(Askeri) silt perdesi
smoke curtain
(Askeri) SİS PERDESİ: Düşman kara gözetlemesine engel olmak üzere, dost ve düşman kıta ve tesisleri arasında meydana getirilen düşey sis örtüsü
spray curtain
püskürtme perdesi
the Iron Curtain
tar. demirperde
warm air curtain
sıcak hava perdesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To cover (a window) with a curtain; to hang curtains
A piece of cloth covering a window to keep the sun from shining inside
death

You must always face the curtain with a bow.

A similar piece of cloth that separates the audience and the stage in a theater
The flat area of wall which connects two bastions or towers; the main area of a fortified wall

Captain Rense, beleagring the Citie of Errona for us, caused a forcible mine to be wrought under a great curtine of the walles .

{v} to inclose, fix with curtains
{n} part of a bed, window or fortification
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window) any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees"
Anchor man missing in final frame when a spare would have won for his team
That part of the rampart or wall between two bastions or two gates
If something brings down the curtain on an event or situation, it causes or marks the end of it. Management changes are under way that will finally bring down the curtain on Lord Forte's extraordinary working life. curtain off to separate one area, room etc from another by hanging a curtain between them. Panel of decorative fabric hung to regulate the admission of light at a window and to prevent drafts. Curtains made of a heavy material, arranged to fall in ornamental folds to the floor, are called draperies. Mosaics from the 2nd-6th century show curtains suspended from rods spanning arches. From the Middle Ages to the 19th century, curtains ranged in style from simple to ornamented; beds were often curtained on all sides. In the 20th century, synthetic fabrics and mechanical devices for opening and closing curtains simplified their installation and use
{f} conceal with a curtain, screen; adorn with a curtain
That part of a wall of a building which is between two pavilions, towers, etc
The beginning of the play Call The time at which the actors are supposed to arrive at the theater
A hanging screen intended to darken or conceal, and admitting of being drawn back or up, and reclosed at pleasure; esp
A stalactite that is very thin and wide - just like a curtain - formed as the water runs sideways down a sloping roof
any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees"
section of wall between the two closest sides of two different ramparts
provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms"
drapery of cloth or lace hanging round a bed or at a window; in theaters, and like places, a movable screen for concealing the stage
That part of the rampart and parapet which is between two bastions or two gates
You can refer to something as a curtain when it is thick and difficult to see through or get past. He saw something dark disappear behind the curtain of leaves. see also Iron Curtain
Curtains are large pieces of material which you hang from the top of a window. Her bedroom curtains were drawn
A blow in the last frame by the anchor man, when a spare would have won for his team
{i} length of fabric (hung at a window, on the stage of a theater, etc.)
suspended cloth that travels back and forth to hide and reveal the scene
n korden
In a theatre, the curtain is the large piece of material that hangs in front of the stage until a performance begins. The curtain rises toward the end of the Prelude
In military architecture, a wall
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window) any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees" provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms
To inclose as with curtains; to furnish with curtains
See Illustrations of Ravelin and Bastion
End of the show, or in some cases an actual fabric curtain that drops in front of the stage signifying the end of the show Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
Curtains are pieces of very thin material which you hang in front of windows in order to prevent people from seeing in
A security device used in lever locks to partially close the keyhole when the key or any other implement is inserted and turned
provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms
A flag; an ensign; in contempt
The lining of the inside of dress pants' waistband, the curtain usually comes pre-made and is stitched into the waistband as a separate piece
curtain call
The moment at the end of a performance when actors come back on the stage and thank the audience for applauding them for their performance
curtain calls
plural form of curtain call
curtain coating
A coating process in which an uninterrupted curtain of fluid falls onto a substrate transported underneath it by means of a conveyor belt
curtain twitcher
A nosy person who watches his or her neighbours, typically from a curtained window

The curtain twitcher who saw the incident exclaimed in detail what had happened and it was pretty obvious that Burnett did not mean to kill him.

curtain twitchers
plural form of curtain twitcher
curtain-call
Attributive form of curtain call

a curtain-call smile.

curtain-twitcher
Alternative spelling of curtain twitcher
curtain-lecture
{n} a bed-lecture from a wife
curtain rail
From which a curtain is suspended esp. by means of sliding hooks
curtain call
return of the performers to the stage after a performance to acknowledge the audience's applause
curtain call
an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience
curtain call
In a theatre, when actors or performers take a curtain call, they come forward to the front of the stage after a performance in order to receive the applause of the audience. They took 23 curtain calls. The appearance of performers or a performer at the end of a performance to receive applause from the audience. the time at the end of a performance when the actors come to the front of the stage to receive applause
curtain drops
that's it, it is over"; over and done with; "end of story
curtain falls
that's it, it is over"; over and done with; "end of story
curtain hook
a small hook that is joined to the top of a curtain so that you can hang it up
curtain lecture
{i} "private lecture" or scolding a wife gives her husband before going to sleep at night
curtain lecture
A private reprimand given to a husband by his wife
curtain lecture
a private lecture to a husband by his wife
curtain off
separate by means of a curtain
curtain rail
a long piece of plastic or metal that you hang a curtain on
curtain raiser
{i} short play or performance presented before the main play
curtain raiser
any preliminary activity a short play presented before the main play
curtain raiser
any preliminary activity
curtain raiser
a short play presented before the main play
curtain raiser
an event such as a performance or sports event that happens before a more important one
curtain ring
a circular ring for holding up a curtain
curtain rises
performance begins, opening
curtain speech
A talk given in front of the curtain at the conclusion of a theatrical performance
curtain wall
A non-load bearing exterior wall which carries only its own weight and wind load
curtain wall
Courtine Outer wall, usually incorporating defensive towers
curtain wall
a thin, nonbearing masonry wall; a thin, vertical, and integral part of a culvert paving slab that protects the culvert against undermining by stream scour; a wall uniting the pillar or shaft portions of a dumbbell pier and serving as a frame composed of struts and braces to make the entire structure act integrally
curtain wall
A wall, usually nonbearing, between piers or columns
curtain wall
The defending wall of a castle
curtain wall
A castle outer defences A wall between two towers
curtain wall
a term commonly applied to a thin wall between main supports not designed to withstand superimposed loads either vertically or transversely
curtain wall
A thin wall, supported by the structural steel or concrete frame of the building independent of the wall below Also a metal (most often aluminum) framing system on the face of a building containing vision glass panels and spandrel panels made of glass, aluminum, or other material
curtain wall
Perimeter wall panels which carry only their own weight and wind load
curtain wall
An exterior wall that is fastened to a frame and protects the building from the weather; it has no structural function, and supports only, its own weight
curtain wall
The external wall of the Castle The sea-ward side is in its original position, but the northern side was completely rebuilt in 1814 to extend the Castle and provide living quarters for a larger garrison of 200 men
curtain wall
Thin protective external wall in front of the main frame of a building, now usually made of glass and light metals A wall that is not load bearing does not support a roof
curtain wall
An exterior wall that encloses a yard or other area but does not provide any structural support to a home
curtain wall
A connecting wall hung between two towers surrounding the bailey
curtain wall
An exterior building wall that has no structural function It is supported entirely by the frame of the building, rather than being self-supporting or load bearing
curtain wall
A connecting wall hung between two towers surrounding the bailey; A castle wall enclosing a courtyard
curtain wall
Nonbearing wall of glass, metal, or masonry attached to a building's exterior structural frame. After World War II, low energy costs gave impetus to the concept of the tall building as a glass prism, an idea originally put forth by Le Corbusier and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in their visionary projects of the 1920s. The UN's Secretariat Building (1949), with its green-tinted glass walls, helped set a worldwide standard for skyscrapers
curtain wall
{i} exterior glass and steel wall between columns or piers that has no structural purpose (Modern Architecture); outer surrounding reinforced walls in castles
curtain-raiser
A curtain-raiser is an event, especially a sporting event or a performance, that takes place before a more important one, or starts off a series of events. The three-race series will be a curtain-raiser to the Monaco Grand Prix in May
Iron Curtain
The dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions, especially during the Cold War

5 March 1946: From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic an iron curtain has descended across the Continent. — speech by Winston Churchill.

curtains
An end, death

What if a bunch of scuba divers nosed about here? / Curtains for them, when our side-scan sonar sees them..

curtains
plural form of curtain
curtains
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of curtain
final curtain
the end to something which has longed for a long time

We're coming down to the final curtain of this whole palaver.

fortification curtain
The section of a wall or rampart between two gates, bastions, towers or the like
iron curtain
Any impenetrable barrier
iron curtain
A barrier made of iron in the theatre, lowered between the stage and the auditorium for safety or to prevent communication
lace curtain
A thin, netlike curtain that lets light into a room, but obstructs vision from outside
lace-curtain
Having social aspirations; or pretending to be middle class
shower curtain
A waterproof curtain which hangs by the shower, to prevent water splashing from the shower
curtains
The phenomenon called tears of wine is manifested as a ring of clear liquid, near the top of a glass of wine, from which droplets form and flow back into the wine. It is most readily observed in a wine which has a high alcohol content. It is also referred to as wine legs, curtains, and church windows
lace-curtain
Aspiring to or emulating the middle class
Iron Curtain
People referred to the border that separated the Soviet Union and the communist countries of Eastern Europe from the Western European countries as the Iron Curtain. the Iron Curtain the name that was used for the border between the Communist countries of Eastern Europe and the rest of Europe. Political, military, and ideological barrier erected by the Soviet Union after World War II to seal off itself and its dependent eastern European allies from open contact with the West and other noncommunist areas. Winston Churchill employed the term in a speech in Fulton, Mo., U.S., about the division of Europe in 1946. The restrictions and the rigidity of the Iron Curtain eased slightly after Joseph Stalin's death in 1953, though the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961 restored them. The Iron Curtain largely ceased to exist in 1989-90 with the communists' abandonment of one-party rule in eastern Europe
air curtain
A component on a compressed air line that provides wide are coverage with a thin sheet of air Also amplifies compressed air flow, reduces noise Used in blowing, cooling Also known as air knife (099)
air curtain
A stream of air used in food retailing establishments as a barrier to prevent the loss of heat of cold to the surrounding air Used over some refrigerated or freezer cases as well as between some back rooms, etc
air curtain
A system in which a blower is activated when a door is opened to blow across the open area, preventing the transfer of air between outdoors and indoors
air curtain
A method of containing oil spills Air bubbling through a perforated pipe causes an upward water flow that slows the spread of oil It can also be used to stop fish from entering polluted water
bamboo curtain
{i} political border and ideological barrier that separated between the West and communist China after the Chinese Revolution
bamboo curtain
an ideological barrier around communist China especially in the 1950s and 1960s
behind the curtain
where one cannot see, behind the partition, out of sight
curtained
furnished or concealed with curtains or draperies; "a curtained alcove"
curtained
past of curtain
curtained
furnished or concealed with curtains or draperies; "a curtained alcove
curtained
A curtained window, door, or other opening has a curtain hanging across it. heavily curtained windows. a curtained window or door has a curtain hanging across it
curtaining
present participle of curtain
curtains
An end (in reference to curtains closing at the end of a stage show.)
curtains
Sagging of paint A curtain effect Usually caused by applying too heavy a coat of paint
curtains
{i} end; death (Slang)
curtains
Long horizontal runs in a coating film that occur on vertical surfaces when a coating is applied too heavily
curtains
Large sagging or runs of paint due to improper application
curtains
plural of curtain
curtains
third-person present of curtain
curtains
Attachable front and side enclosures that protect the helm area from weather
draw the curtain
pull down the curtain, draw the screen
drop curtain
a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery
drop curtain
stage curtain that can be lowered and lifted
drop the curtain
lower the curtain at the end of a performance (of a play, musical, etc.); terminate something, bring to an end
grout curtain
(Dam) A barrier produced by injecting grout into a vertical zone, usually narrow horizontally, in the foundation of a dam to reduce seepage under the dam Also referred to as Grout Cutoff ADVANCE \x 540
grout curtain
A vertical zone, usually thin, in the foundation into which grout is injected to reduce seepage beneath a dam The cutoff wall at Horsetooth Dam will be a form of grout curtain
grout curtain
A barrier produced by injecting grout into a vertical zone, usually narrow (horizontally), and in the foundation to reduce seepage under a dam
iron curtain
Term first used by Winston Churchill to describe the political barrier which had been erected between the East and West and the creation of spheres of influence
iron curtain
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill coined the term "Iron Curtain" to refer to the boundary in Europe that divided Soviet-dominated eastern and central Europe from western Europe, which was free from Soviet domination
iron curtain
This term was used by Churchill in 1946 to describe the growing East-West divide in postwar Europe between communist and democratic nations
iron curtain
The iron curtain was the political and geographic separation of Soviet-controlled Eastern Europe and the democratic Western Europe, first warned by Winston Churchill with the outcome of the Second World War This was the front which symbolized the cold war standoff between the United States and the USSR
iron curtain
the boundary between the Soviet bloc countries of Eastern Europe and the West European countries The phrase was first used by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in March 1946
iron curtain
an impenetrable barrier to communication or information especially as imposed by rigid censorship and secrecy; used by Winston Churchill in 1946 to describe the demarcation between democratic and communist countries
iron curtain
impenetrable barrier; line of demarcation between Western Europe and the Russian zone of influence; political and ideological barrier that cuts off and isolates an area (especially as the Soviets did with their satellite states)
lifting the curtain
ignoring the existence of separate legal entities
net curtain
Net curtains are curtains made of thin cloth that people hang across their windows to stop people outside seeing into their houses in the daytime
safety curtain
a thick curtain at the front of a theatre stage that prevents fire from spreading
safety curtain
a fireproof theater curtain to be dropped in case of fire
safety curtain
theater fire resistant curtain that can be dropped in the event of fire
shower curtain
a curtain that keeps water from splashing out of the shower area
the curtain comes down
the screen is lowered; the end has come, everything is over; the show is over
the curtain drops
the screen is lowered; the end has come, everything is over; the show is over
the curtain falls
the screen is lowered; the end has come, everything is over; the show is over
the curtain goes up
the screen is raised; it's the beginning, everything is starting; the show is starting
the curtain rises
the screen is raised; it's the beginning, everything is starting; the show is starting
theater curtain
a hanging cloth that conceals the stage from the view of the audience; rises or parts at the beginning and descends or closes between acts and at the end of a performance
curtain