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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Askeri) Dalış Alarm Şebekesi (Diver's Alert Network)
{i} judo kuşak derecesi
{i} Dan
(Askeri) ŞAMANDIRA: Bir mevkii ya da deniz sahasını işaret şamandıraları ile belirlemek
dan dare
dan cesaret
dan buoy
(Askeri) İŞARET ŞAMANDIRASI: Mayın tarama harekatı sırasında mayın sahalarının sınırlarını, taranmış sahaları, bilinen tehlikeler ve diğer bölgeleri veya nirengi noktalarını belirlemekte kullanılan geçici işaret şamandıraları
dan runner
(Askeri) Bir gemiden açı ölçerek mevki koymak maksadıyla o gemiden muayyen bir mesafede ve istikamette aynı süratle seyreden gemi
desperate dan
umutsuz dan
from dan to beersheba
Birüssebi dan dan
datum dan buoy
(Askeri) Bir deniz mayın harbinde, bir coğrafi nirengi veya miyar olacak işaret şamandırasının daha görülebilir ve normal işaret şamandırasına nazaran daha güvenli bağlanmış olması gerekir
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Arabca, Farsça veya bazı Türkçe kelimelerin sonuna takılarak, âlet ismi veya sıfat yapılır. Meselâ: Ateş-dan $ : Mangal. Cüz-dan $ : Cüz kabı, çanta
israil'in On iki Kabilesinden biri
dan dan
Kaba, kırıcı
dan dun
Karşılıklı atılan silâh seslerini anlatır
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Baid. C.) Uzaklar, ırak yerler
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir şeyi örtmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Devenin çok yelmesi
Müzik temposuna uyularak yapılan ve estetik değer taşıyan düzenli vücut hareketleri, raks: "Herkesin içinde dans öğrenmem şık olur."- P. Safa
Henri Matisse'in tanınmış bir tablosu
Müzik temposuna uyularak yapılan ve estetik değer taşıyan düzenli vücut hareketleri, raks
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. şamdan
İngilizce - İngilizce
A protein that binds the 5' cap of mRNA and begins degradation in the 3' to 5' direction
Fifth son of Jacob, by his wife's handmaid Bilhah
One of the Israelite tribes, descended from Dan
A title of respect: Sir, Master

Dan Chaucer, well of English vndefyled, / On Fames eternall beadroll worthie to be fyled.

A surname
A nickname for Daniel
A male given name of biblical origin
A rank of black belt in martial arts
Someone who has achieved a level of black belt
{i} one of the 12 tribes of Israel; male first name (form of Daniel) ;family name
given name, male, from Hebrew
Fifth son of Jacob, by his wifes handmaid Bilhah
In the Bible, a son of Jacob and the forebear of one of the tribes of Israel. Used formerly as a title of honor for respected men, such as clerics and poets
diminutive of Daniel
Grades from first degree black belt (shodan) forward that denote degrees of proficiency
Master level Higher numbers are better See Figure 4
black belt ranking, level
One of the lotmen working for Roth Edmonds in Go Down, Moses ("The Fire and the Hearth")
Rank or degree of a black belt Ranks lower than the black belt are called Kyu-degrees
(dahn) Energy cluster in a cultivator's body, collected from other dimensions
A small truck or sledge used in coal mines
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A term used in the Japanese martial arts for anyone who has achieved the rank of at least first-degree black belt
A title of honor equivalent to master, or sir
(dahn) black belt rank
A son of Jacob, and one of the twelve tribes of Israel See Chapter 9
indicated a degree of black belt
(don) Black belt rank Example: Shodan, 1st black belt
Black belt rank There are ten stations of Dan, as follows: Shodan - 1st dan (beginning dan) Nidan - 2nd dan Sandan - 3rd dan Yondan - 4th dan Godan - 5th dan Rokudan - 6th dan Nanadan - 7th dan Hachidan - 8th dan Kudan - 9th dan Judan -10th dan
(dahn) - an energy cluster which forms in the bodies of some cultivators in internal alchemy; in external alchemy, it is referred to as the "Elixir of Immortality "
Black belt rank
A term used in the Japanese, Okinawan and Korean martial arts for anyone who has achieved the rank of at least first-degree black belt
Ninth son of Jacob, a tribe of Israel
Black belt rank, from shodan (first degree) through judan (tenth degree) White belt ranks are called kyu ranks
aikido grade holder, black belt rank
Grade, rank As from first black belt degree First introduced by Jigoro Kano, Founder of modern JUDO
rank of black belt
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Degree, grade level designation referring to black belt rank
Degree (black belt ranking / Dan in Japanese)
An abbreviation used for the Book of Daniel, an Old Testament book of the Bible
dan buoy
A small buoy, made of cork with a small flag, used to temporarily mark a position at sea, normally to mark a fishing ground or a minesweeping area
Dan Aykroyd
(born 1952) Canadian comedian and film actor, co-star in the comedy film "The Blues Brothers
Dan Ben-Amotz
{i} (1924-1989) Israeli author
Dan Brown
{i} (born 1964) United States author of thriller fiction books, author of "The Da Vinci Code
Dan Dare
the main character in one of the stories in the British comic for boys called The Eagle, popular especially in the 1950s and 1960s. He is the brave captain of a spacecraft and has many exciting adventures, and his main enemy is the Mekon. Dan Dare
Dan Gable
born Oct. 25, 1948, Waterloo, Iowa, U.S. U.S. freestyle wrestler and coach. Gable never lost a wrestling match in his high school years. After an outstanding career at Iowa State University, he won the 1971 world and Pan-American championships. At the 1972 Olympics he won a gold medal, not losing a single point. From 1972 he coached at the University of Iowa, winning 9 consecutive national titles and 12 Big Ten championships; he coached the 1980 and 1984 U.S. Olympic wrestling teams
Dan Goldin
{i} Daniel Saul Goldin (born 1940), manager of the American space agency NASA (from 1992 to November 2001)
Dan Halutz
{i} (born 1948) 18th Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (2005-2007), Israeli Lieutenant General, former commander of the Israeli Air Force
Dan Hotels
network of luxury hotels in Israel
Dan Jr. Marino
born Sept. 15, 1961, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S. U.S. gridiron football quarterback. Chosen by the Miami Dolphins in the first round of the 1983 NFL draft, he set all-time career records for passes completed (4,453 in 7,452 attempts), yards passing (55,416), and touchdown passes (385) and for 21 other categories. In 1984 he became the first quarterback to pass for more than 5,000 yards in a single season (5,084) and the first to complete over 40 touchdown passes (48) in a season
Dan Meridor
(born 1947) Israeli statesman and prominent leader of the Likud political party (served as minister in several Israeli governments)
Dan Naveh
(born 1960) Israeli politician, member of the Likud party, Minister in Israel's 15th parliamentary cabinet
Dan Quayle
born Feb. 4, 1947, Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. U.S. politician. After earning a law degree, he served as associate publisher of his family's Huntington Herald-Press (1974-76). He served two terms in the U.S. House of Representatives (1977-81) and two in the Senate (1981-89). Chosen as the Republican Party candidate for vice president in 1988, he was elected with George H.W. Bush. During his term, Quayle traveled abroad on goodwill missions but was criticized for various verbal gaffes. He and Bush ran for reelection in 1992 but were defeated. He briefly campaigned for the Republican nomination for president in 2000
Dan River
A river, about 290 km (180 mi) long, of southern Virginia and northern North Carolina flowing south and east to the Roanoke River
An unwritten Sunda-Sulawesi language spoken in southwestern Sulawesi Island in Indonesia
Desperate Dan
a character in the British comic The Dandy. He is a very large, friendly cowboy who eats very large meat pies called "cow pies". Dan does not realize how strong he is, and he often breaks things by accident
or Galdan born 1644?, Central Asia died May 3, 1697, East Turkistan Leader of the Dzungar tribes of Mongols, who built an empire that reached from Tibet in the southwest to the borders of Russia in the northeast. As a younger son of a powerful chief, Dga'l-dan was sent to Tibet, where he was trained as a Buddhist lama. His older brother's death gave Dga'l-dan the opportunity to exercise political power; he avenged the death and went on to conquer eastern Turkistan (modern Sichuan, China) and Outer Mongolia. He led his armies toward Beijing but was defeated by the Kangxi emperor, who personally led some 80,000 troops armed with Western artillery
Usman dan Fodio
born December 1754, Maratta, Gobir, Hausaland died 1817, Sokoto, Fulani empire Fulani mystic, philosopher, and revolutionary reformer. In a jihad (holy war) between 1804 and 1808, he created a new Muslim state, the Fulani empire, in what is now northern Nigeria. He stimulated the growth of Islam throughout the region and founded the important Sokoto caliphate. He also produced a large body of writings in Arabic and Fula that continue to enjoy wide circulation and influence
dapper Dan
{i} (British Slang) well-dressed man
the Dan agglomeration
urban area including Tel Aviv and the vicinity
Türkçe - İngilizce

Dan promised Linda to stay away from alcohol. - Dan, Linda'ya alkolden uzak kalacağına dair söz verdi.

Dan is a friend from school. - Dan okuldan bir arkadaşım.


George weighs not less than 70 kilograms. - George 70 kg dan daha az gelmez.

She likes dancing in a disco better than skiing. - Bir diskoda dans etmeyi kayak yapmaktan daha fazla sever.


Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances. - Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır.

I love you, Dan. You've been here just two weeks and you're already popular. - Seni seviyorum, Dan. Sadece iki haftadır buradasın ve şimdiden popülersin.


Dan offered to help Linda repair her car. - Dan Linda'nın arabasını tamir etmesine yardım etmeyi önerdi.

Dan was the first officer to arrive at the crime scene. - Dan olay yerine varan ilk polis memuruydu.

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They were dancing with the music. - Onlar müzik eşliğinde dans ediyorlardı.

Every week I study piano on Monday and Tuesday, and dancing on Wednesday and Friday. - Her hafta Pazartesi ve Salı günleri piyano eğitimi, Çarşamba ve Cuma günleri dans.

{i} dance

Would you like to dance with me? - Benimle dans etmek ister misin?

Linda does not dance much now, but I know she used to a lot. - Linda şimdi çok dans etmiyor fakat eskiden çok dans ettiğini biliyorum.

dan sözlük
from dictionary
dan dan
ding dong
dan diye
dan diye söylemek
(deyim) shoot from the hip
dan dun
Bang!Bang! (imitating the sounds of shooting)
dance, party or event at which the guests dance
the movements that comprise a specified dance, dance

I just hope no one saw me dancing. - Umarım kimse beni dans ederken görmemiştir.

Since the accident, Tom has given up hope of becoming a professional dancer. - Tom, kazadan beri profesyonel bir dansçı olma umudundan vazgeçti.

dancing, dance, the art of dancing
of dance

She has bought a record of dance music. - O bir dans müziği plağı aldı.

{i} jig

Tom burst out laughing when he saw Mary dancing a jig. - Tom Mary'yi jig dansı yaparken gördüğünde kahkahalara boğuldu.

Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances. - Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır.

-dan başka
From other
go dancing
Yüz güzelliği hamamdan eve öz güzelliği Urum'dan Şama
(Atasözü) Beauty is but skin deep
den dan
than from
A'dan Z'ye kadar
from A to Z, completely from A, every single one of ...: Bu dosyadakileri A'dan Z'ye kadar biliyorum. I know what's in this file from A to Z. A köse, sayılmadık kaç tel sakalın var? (Konuşma Dili) Come on now, who do you think you are? (said to someone who has a very exaggerated idea of his own importance)
a'dan z'ye
from A to izzard
a'dan z'ye kadar
from soup to nuts
adem ve havva'dan gelen günah
original sin
ailesi japonya'dan gelmiş amerika doğumlu japon
ben amerika'dan geliyorum
I am from the USA
dünyadan geçmek/dan el çekmek
to retire from the world, lose touch with life
herod'dan daha zalim olmak
out herod
inkâr etmek/dan gelmek
to deny
kargatulumba çıkarmak /ı, dan/(for several people)
to grab (someone) by his arms and legs, lift him up, and carry him out of (a place)
londra'dan gelen tren
down train
musa'dan kalma
rezervasyonumu londra'dan onaylatmıştım
I confirmed the reservation in London
sınava çekmek/dan geçirmek
to test (someone), give (someone) a test
İsa'dan sonra
anno Domini
İsa'dan önce
before Christ