curtains

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İngilizce - Türkçe
'Tears of wine', 'wine legs', 'curtains' veya 'church windows', şarap bardağının iç kısmında şarap çalkalandıktan sonra bardağın cidarlarında bıraktığı süzülen şarap izleri
{i} akıbet
son perde/perdeler
curtain perde koy
{i} son

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

perdeler
curtain
perde

Mor bir halı bu kırmızı perde ile gitmeyecek. - A purple carpet will not go with this red curtain.

Annem bu perdeyi seçti. - Mother chose this curtain.

curtain
{i} alkışlarla tekrar sahneye çağırma
curtain
{i} perde kapanış sözü
curtain
{f} perdelemek
curtain
{f} perdeyi kapatmak
curtain
perde,v.perde tak: n.perde
curtain
hail
curtain
(Havacılık) hava perdesi
curtain
örtmek
curtain
{i} bölme
curtain
{f} perde tak
curtain
tiyatro perdesi
behind the curtains
perde arkasında
curtain
perdeyle
curtains of
perdelilik
be curtains for smb
bitmiş olmak
be curtains for smb
sonu olmak
curtain
argo mahvolma
curtain
gergi

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

curtain
dili yalnızken kadının kocasını haşlaması
curtain
curtain raiser programın il
curtain
ölüm
curtain
curtain call tiyatro perde kapandıktan sonra alkışlarla tekrar sahneye çağırma
mean curtains
(deyim) be/mean curtains (for someone) [kd] sonu gelmek,hayatini kaybetmek
net curtains
İng. tül perdeler, tüller
İngilizce - İngilizce
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of curtain
plural form of curtain
An end, death

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

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
plural of curtain
Long horizontal runs in a coating film that occur on vertical surfaces when a coating is applied too heavily
{i} end; death (Slang)
third-person present of curtain
An end (in reference to curtains closing at the end of a stage show.)
Attachable front and side enclosures that protect the helm area from weather
Large sagging or runs of paint due to improper application
Sagging of paint A curtain effect Usually caused by applying too heavy a coat of paint
beef curtains
The female labia
curtain
A similar piece of cloth that separates the audience and the stage in a theater
curtain
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 .

curtain
death

You must always face the curtain with a bow.

draw the curtains
To close the curtains by pulling them together
draw the curtains
To open the curtains by pulling them apart
iron curtains
plural form of iron curtain
lace curtains
plural form of lace curtain
curtain
{n} part of a bed, window or fortification
curtain
{v} to inclose, fix with curtains
curtain
Curtains are large pieces of material which you hang from the top of a window. Her bedroom curtains were drawn
curtain
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
curtain
provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms"
curtain
section of wall between the two closest sides of two different ramparts
curtain
any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees"
curtain
A stalactite that is very thin and wide - just like a curtain - formed as the water runs sideways down a sloping roof
curtain
That part of a wall of a building which is between two pavilions, towers, etc
curtain
A hanging screen intended to darken or conceal, and admitting of being drawn back or up, and reclosed at pleasure; esp
curtain
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window) any barrier to communication or vision; "a curtain of secrecy"; "a curtain of trees"
curtain
The beginning of the play Call The time at which the actors are supposed to arrive at the theater
curtain
To cover (a window) with a curtain; to hang curtains
curtain
See Illustrations of Ravelin and Bastion
curtain
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
curtain
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
suspended cloth that travels back and forth to hide and reveal the scene
curtain
n korden
curtain
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
curtain
A piece of cloth covering a window to keep the sun from shining inside
curtain
In military architecture, a wall
curtain
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
curtain
{i} length of fabric (hung at a window, on the stage of a theater, etc.)
curtain
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
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Anchor man missing in final frame when a spare would have won for his team
curtain
Curtains are pieces of very thin material which you hang in front of windows in order to prevent people from seeing in
curtain
A security device used in lever locks to partially close the keyhole when the key or any other implement is inserted and turned
curtain
provide with drapery; "curtain the bedrooms
curtain
A flag; an ensign; in contempt
curtain
To inclose as with curtains; to furnish with curtains
curtain
A blow in the last frame by the anchor man, when a spare would have won for his team
curtain
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
curtain
That part of the rampart or wall between two bastions or two gates
curtain
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
curtain
{f} conceal with a curtain, screen; adorn with a curtain
curtain
That part of the rampart and parapet which is between two bastions or two gates
it's curtains
it's the end; it is the ultimate defeat
curtains