(shoe)

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Englisch - Türkisch
salapurya gibi big, clumsy-looking
shoe
ayakkabı

Bu yıl iki çift ayakkabı eskittim. - I've worn out two pairs of shoes this year.

Bu ayakkabılar, bu beyaz etekle iyi gider. - Those shoes go well with this white skirt.

shoe
{i} pabuç

Bunlar bir çift pabuç daha. - These are another pair of shoes.

Climbing Shoe
Tırmanış Ayakkabısı
shoe cover
Ayakkabı kılıfı, galoş
walking shoe
Yürüyüş ayakkabısı
shoe polish
ayakkabı boyası
baby shoe
patik
brake shoe
(Otomotiv) fren pabuçları
brake shoe
(Otomotiv) fren balatası
court shoe
topuklu ayakkabı
pile shoe
çarık
pile shoe
kazık çarığı
shoe
papuç
shoe laces
ayakkabı bağları
shoe scraper
çamurluk
shoe seller
ayakkabıcı
shoe shining
lostra
sole a shoe
pençe vurmak
try a shoe
ayakkabı denemek
baby shoe
bebek ayakkabısı
bowling shoe
bovling ayakkabısı
brake shoe
eğleç çarığı
brake shoe lining
fren pabucu balatası
brake shoe pin
fren pabucu pimi
clutch shoe
kavrama pabucu
drop the other shoe
bir adım daha atmak
gym shoe
spor ayakkabısı
inside shoe brake
içten pabuçlu fren
internal shoe brake
içten pabuçlu fren
laced shoe
bağlı ayakkabı
run on a shoe-string
az parayla işletmek
running shoe
koşu ayakkabısı
shoe
{f} nalla
shoe
at nalı
shoe black
kundura boyacısı
shoe industry
ayakkabı endüstrisi
shoe store
ayakkabı dükkanı
shoe string
ayakkabı bağı
snow shoe
kar ayakkabısı
tennis shoe
tenis ayakkabısı
track shoe
palet pabucu
work shoe
iş ayakkabısı
athletic shoe
atletik ayakkabı
brake shoe
fren pabucu
cable Shoe
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Kablo pabucu
drop the other shoe
(deyim) Bir işte bir adım daha atmak
guide shoe
gayt pabucu, kılavuz pabuç
heeled shoe
Topuklu ayakkabı

A high heeled shoe.

high-heeled shoe
Yüksek topuklu ayakkabı
horse shoe
at nalı
if the shoe fits wear it
ayakkabı giymek o acarlar
old shoe
eski ayakkabı
one worn on a shoe
tek bir ayakkabı üzerinde taşınırken
pole shoe
kutup çarigi
saddle shoe
eyer ayakkabı
shoe box
ayakkabı kutusu
shoe brush
ayakkabı fırçası
shoe factory
ayakkabı fabrikası
shoe horn
ayakkabı boynuz
shoe lace
ayakkabı bağı
shoe leather cost
Enflasyonun yüksek olduğu zamanlarda bireyler talep ettikleri para miktarını düşürerek gelirlerinin gittikçe daha büyük bir kısmını finansal varlıklara yatırırlar. Nakite ihtiyaç duyduklarında da bankalara gidip finansal varlıklarını azar azar bozdururlar. Bu maliyete 'shoe leather cost' denir. adını daha sık bankaya gidip gelen bireylerin ayakkabıları daha fazla aşınacağı düşüncesinden almıştır
shoe nail
ayakkabı tırnak
shoe rack
Ayakkabılık
shoe shop
ayakkabı dükkânı
shoe size
ayak numarası
shoe store
ayakkabı dükkânı
shoe-in
ayakkabı-in
shoe-in
Bkz. shoo-in
slip shoe
slip ayakkabı
slipper, house shoe
terlik, ev ayakkabısı
soft-shoe
yumuşak ayakkabı
step into someone's shoe
birinin yerini almak
supporting shoe
ayakkabı destek
surgeon shoe
cerrah ayakkabı
tin of shoe polish
ayakkabı cilası kalay
to shoe
ayakkabı için
turf shoe
Hali saha v benzeri zeminlerde giymeye uygun spor ayakkabısı
wooden shoe
tahta ayakkabı
(someone)
gerisince after, following, behind
(someone)
peşi sıra right behind
(someone)
marifetiyle by, through the agency of
ankle shoe
fotin
can you measure my shoe size
ayakkabı numaramı ölçer misiniz
casing shoe
kılıf pabucu
casing shoe
sondaj borusu çarığı
casual shoe
gündelik ayakkabı
clamp shoe
kelepçe papucu
clutch shoe
kavrama papucu
collecting shoe
dinamo fırçası
column shoe
(İnşaat) kolon pabucu
float shoe
yüzdürme kılavuzu
garrison shoe
(Askeri) GARNİZON AYAKKABISI: Eskiden verilmekte olan bir cins ayakkabı. Bak. "service shoe"
guide shoe
(Madencilik) gayd pabucu
guide shoe
(Madencilik) kılavuz pabuç
is there a shoe store nearby
yakınlarda ayakkabı mağazası var mı
lace up shoe
bağcıklı ayakkabı
leading brake shoe
(Otomotiv) birinci fren pabucu
pole shoe
kutup çarığı
pole shoe
kutup papucu
probe shoe
(Nükleer Bilimler) prob tabanı (pabucu)
rear brake shoe
(Otomotiv) arka fren pabucu
sanitary shoe
içbükey köşe fayansı
service shoe
(Askeri) HİZMET AYAKKABISI: Günlük üniforma ile giyilen nizami ayakkabı. Sahra hizmeti için bu ayakkabı yüksek konşludur, yüzü kahverengi kalın deriden yapılmıştır ve çift tabanlıdır. Bu terim halen kullanılmamaktadır
shoe
nal çakmak
shoe
tekerlek pabucu
shoe
{i} kontak papucu
shoe
{i} balata
shoe
{i} fren balatası
shoe
{f} (shod/--d, --ing) nallamak, nal çakmak
shoe
frenin tekerleğe bastığı yer
shoe
shoe button ayakkabı düğmes
shoe
{f} nallamak
shoe
{i} dış lâstik
shoe
altına pabuç gibi şey koymak
shoe
{i} nal
shoe
{f} ayakkabı giydirmek
shoe
otomobilin dış lastiği
shoe buckle
atkı
shoe department
ayakkabılar mağazası
shoe installing
(Madencilik) pabuçlama
shoe leather
(Ticaret) kundura köselesi
shoe lining
fren pabuç balatası
shoe lining
(Tekstil) ayakkabı astarı
shoe repairer
ayakkabı tamircisi
shoe return spring
fren pabucu çekme yayı
shoe shine
ayakkabı cilası
shoe size
ayakkabı numarası
shoe sole
ayakkabı pençesi
shoe steady pin
pabuç tutma pimi
shoe store
ayakkabı mağazası

Tom bir ayakkabı mağazası yönetiyor. - Tom manages a shoe store.

Dün bir ayakkabı mağazasına gittim. - I went to a shoe store yesterday.

shoe store
ayakkabıcı
shoe toe
ayakkabı burnu
shoe trade
ayakkabıcılık
the shoe is on the other foot
şartlar tam tersine döndü
thrust shoe
itme papucu
track shoe
koşu ayakkabısı
triple shoe brake block
üç parçalı zarflı sabo
where is the nearest shoe store
en yakın ayakkabıcı nerede
white shoe firm
köklü firma
white shoe firm
köklü şirket
wooden shoe last
ahşap ayakkabı kalıbı
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von (shoe) im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

boat shoe
A type of casual footwear resembling a loafer, originally designed to be worn aboard a boat, characterized by water-resistant hide, soles designed to improve hold on wet deck of the boat and side lacing
brake shoe
An element of a drum brake into which the friction-producing brake lining is attached
casing shoe
In drilling, a bull-nose shaped device, known as a guide shoe or casing shoe, is attached to the bottom of the casing string and a casing hanger, which allows the casing to be suspended from the wellhead, is attached to the top of the casing
cleaning shoe
The part of a harvester or combine which both sieves out large impurities such as rocks and blows out light impurities such as chaff
cleaning shoe
A brake shoe used to clean a wheel
clown shoe
A comedically oversized shoe, usually in a bright color or colors and with a bulbous front
court shoe
A shoe with no fastening and a low-cut front, formerly worn by men in formal situations but now usually with reference to women's footwear
deck shoe
A boat shoe
elevator shoe
Alternate name for shoe lift
high-heeled shoe
Shoe which raise the heel of the wearer's foot significantly higher than the toes
hot shoe
The point on a camera at which a flash unit is attached
if the shoe fits
If it has all of the characteristics of a thing, it probably is that thing

Everyone keeps calling me a bully! Well, if the shoe fits....

jelly shoe
A kind of PVC shoe popular in the 1980s

I put on a striped hooded sweatshirt I got from the five-dollar bin at the Esprit outlet, and my jelly shoes. — Rebecca Walker, Black, White, and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self (2001).

orthopedic shoe
A shoe designed to correct a specific deformity of the foot
platform shoe
A type of footwear with very thick soles and heels to make the wearer appear much taller than they actually are
running shoe
One of a pair of running shoes
running-shoe
Attributive form of running shoe, noun
saddle shoe
A shoe, resembling an oxford, which has a saddle of a leather or color different from the rest of the shoe
screw shoe
A regular shoe with screws (1/4 to 3/8 inch) screwed into the bottom of a shoes to give it grip while running on ice and snow
shoe
Something resembling a shoe by function, like a brake shoe

Remember to turn the rotors when replacing the brake shoes, or they will wear out unevenly.

shoe
To equip an object with a protection against wear

The billiard cue stick was shod in silver.

shoe
A piece of metal designed to be attached to a horse's foot as a means of protection; a horseshoe

Throw the shoe from behind the line, and try to get it to land circling (a ringer) or touching the far stake.

shoe
To put horseshoes on a horse

Old Jimmy Harris only shoed her last week, and I'd swear to his make among ten thousand..

shoe
A protective covering for the foot, with a bottom part composed of thick leather or plastic sole and often a thicker heel, and a softer upper part made of leather or synthetic material. Shoes generally do not extend above the ankle, as opposed to boots, which do

Get your shoes on now, or you'll be late for school.

shoe
To put shoes on one's feet
shoe bomber
Someone who attempts to smuggle a bomb in their shoe, especially onto an airplane
shoe insert
Any device inserted into a shoe to lift the heel of the wearer, for the purpose of making the wearer appear taller, or correcting a limb length discrepancy
shoe inserts
plural form of shoe insert
shoe lift
Wedge-shaped shoe inserts that affix inside any footwear to make the user look taller
shoe lifts
plural form of shoe lift
shoe polish
A product used to make shoes shine
shoe polishes
plural form of shoe polish
shoe shop
A shop that sells footwear and items related to footwear
shoe shops
plural form of shoe shop
shoe tossing
The practice of throwing a pair of laced shoes over a power line or telephone line etc
shoe tree
A device approximating the shape of a foot that is placed inside a shoe when it is being stored to preserve its shape and extend the life of the shoe
shoe wedge
Wedge shaped shoe inserts that affix inside any footwear to make the user look taller
shoe wedges
plural form of shoe wedge
shoe-polish
Attributive form of shoe polish, noun

The oatmeal had a shoe-polish consistency.

soft shoe
A speech, explanation, sales pitch, or other set of remarks delivered in a restrained or conciliatory manner in order to persuade, distract, or otherwise influence someone

Is the salesman's soft-shoe appropriate in a time of national mourning?.

soft shoe
To perform a dance of this kind
soft shoe
A kind of tap dancing performed in soft-soled shoes, popular in vaudeville

Between Mr. O'Connor and Mr. Newley there's a delightful exhibition of the dances and their origin dating gack a few hundred years, from the clog to the buck, the wing, and the buck and wing, and on to the old soft shoe and more.

soft shoe
Of or pertaining to this kind of dancing
soft shoe
Casual, low-key, easy-going

Occasionally criticized for his soft-shoe approach (e.g., he urged the President to avoid a public squabble with Joe McCarthy), Persons nonetheless won many a legislator over to the Administration side.

soft-shoe
Alternative spelling of soft shoe
straw shoe
A professional false witness hired by an unscrupulous attorney. Such a man would frequent the vicinity of a courthouse and show his intention and availability by a straw sticking from one of his shoes
tennis shoe
A sneaker (trainer)
the shoe is on the other foot
The roles of people in a situation have been reversed, such that the advantage has shifted to a party which was previously disadvantaged

Some of the birds on this ship took me for a sucker and tried to make a rummy out of me but I was wise to their game and I guess the shoe is on the other foot this time.

toe shoe
A ballet shoe worn for pointework
wait for the other shoe to drop
To defer action or decision until another matter is finished or resolved
wait for the other shoe to drop
To await a seemingly inevitable event, especially one which is not desirable

After the tournament, Player admitted that all through the final round he had been nervously waiting for more trouble. It was like waiting for the other shoe to drop..

white-shoe
Establishment; pertaining to mainstream US social power-structures

Dulles had been a junior diplomat after World War I and a white-shoe Wall Street lawyer in the Depression.

white-shoe
A stereotypical Ivy League student
white-shoe
Effeminate or immature
shoe
{v} to fit or cover with shoes
shoe
{n} an outward covering for the foot or for the runner of a sled or other utensil, or engine
if the shoe fits wear it
(deyim) (SAYING) said to tell someone that if they are guilty of bad behaviour, they should accept criticism
Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
a character in a nursery rhyme (=old song or poem for children) , which starts: There was an old woman who lived in a shoe,/Who had so many children she didn't know what to do /
accessory shoe
A fitting on top of the camera that incorporates one or more electrical contacts for linking the camera to the flash The most basic accessory shoe has one contact, which synchronizes the firing of the flash with the firing of the shutter On more advanced cameras there may be as many as five contacts, which pass information, such as exposure readings, between the camera and dedicated flash units The term “hot shoe” is sometimes used as an alternative to accessory shoe
accessory shoe
A fitting generally located on top of a camera to which accessories (such as a flash unit) are attached
accessory shoe
Is a metal or plastic fitting on the top of the camera which support accessories such as viewfinder, rangefinder, or flash gun The term " hot shoe " is sometimes uses as an alternative to accessory shoe
baby shoe
a shoe designed to be worn by infants
boat shoe
n. A moccasinlike canvas or leather shoe having a rubber sole designed to provide traction on wet surfaces
bowling shoe
a special shoe worn when bowling
brake shoe
The arc-shaped carrier to which the brake linings are mounted in a drum brake They also force the lining against the rotating drum during braking
brake shoe
device that rubs against a wheel to slow or stop a moving vehicle
brake shoe
Correctly, the shoe is the metal component (rim and web assembly) used to push the friction material against the drum in a drum brake system, but the term is now used to refer to the whole shoe and lining assembly
brake shoe
moving member(s) of a brake, lined with friction material which, when in contact with the brake drum, holds the elevator at floor level On some types of control, it will stop the elevator when power is removed from the hoist motor
brake shoe
A curved metal block that presses against and arrests the rotation of a wheel or brake drum. one of the two curved parts that press against the wheel of a vehicle in order to make it go more slowly or stop
brake shoe
a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
brake shoe
A curved piece of aluminum with a lining used to prevent the Micrometer Stop from moving during operation
brake shoe
holds the brake pad
brake shoe
The arc-shaped carrier to which the friction lining are mounted and which force the lining against the rotating drum during braking
court shoe
pump, low cut shoe
court shoe
Court shoes are women's shoes that do not cover the top part of the foot and are usually made of plain leather with no design. a type of plain formal shoe worn by women American Equivalent: pump
deck shoe
Deck shoes are flat casual shoes made of canvas or leather. a flat shoe made of canvas (=heavy cloth)
gym shoe
a canvas shoe with a pliable rubber sole
gym shoe
a light shoe with a cloth top and a flat rubber bottom that children wear for games and sport at school British Equivalent: plimsoll
odd shoe
single shoe without its mate
put the shoe on the right foot
accuse the correct person, place blame on the person who committed the act
running shoe
a light comfortable shoe designed for running
saddle shoe
A flat casual shoe, usually white, having a band of leather in a contrasting color across the instep. a shoe that has a toe and heel of one colour, with a different colour in the middle
saddle shoe
an oxford with a saddle of contrasting color
scrape shoe
sycophant, one who flatters, obsequious person
shoe
The steel tip at the end of a climbing (Jigger) board
shoe
A covering for the human foot, usually made of leather, having a thick and somewhat stiff sole and a lighter top
shoe
A trough-shaped or spout-shaped member, put at the bottom of the water leader coming from the eaves gutter, so as to throw the water off from the building
shoe
If you talk about being in someone's shoes, you talk about what you would do or how you would feel if you were in their situation. I wouldn't want to be in his shoes. shod shoeing to put a horseshoe on a horse. Outer covering for the foot, usually of leather, with a stiff or thick sole and heel, and generally reaching no higher than the ankle (unlike a boot). Early examples from Mesopotamia were moccasinlike wraparounds of leather; not until the Hellenistic Age did shoes become luxurious. The Romans developed shoes fitted for the left and right feet, and differentiated according to sex and rank. In the 14th-15th century, shoes became extremely long and pointed, the points attaining a length of 18 in. (45 cm) or more. In the 16th century, the toes became extremely broad, like a duck's bill. In the 17th century, shoes had moderately high heels and were often decorated with large rosettes of lace and ribbons, which gave way to gold or silver buckles in the 18th century. The first shoe factory opened in 1760, in Massachusetts, but not until the development of modern machinery in the 19th century were shoes made quickly and inexpensively
shoe
The trough or spout for conveying the grain from the hopper to the eye of the millstone
shoe
A projecting piece rising from the back rail of a chair seat into which the base of the splat is fixed
shoe
footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material (card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time furnish with shoes; "the children were well shoed
shoe
An iron socket or plate to take the thrust of a strut or rafter
shoe
It differs from a boot on not extending so far up the leg
shoe
A metal cup terminal for a wooden leg, sometimes part of a caster
shoe
A piece of metal designed to be attached to a horses foot as a means of protection; a horseshoe
shoe
To furnish with a shoe or shoes; to put a shoe or shoes on; as, to shoe a horse, a sled, an anchor
shoe
A plate, or notched piece, interposed between a moving part and the stationary part on which it bears, to take the wear and afford means of adjustment; called also slipper, and gib
shoe
A band of iron or steel, or a ship of wood, fastened to the bottom of the runner of a sleigh, or any vehicle which slides on the snow
shoe
U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
shoe
The Driver He is the one who presses his shoe to the gas pedal and makes the car go
shoe
When a blacksmith shoes a horse, they fix horseshoes onto its feet. Blacksmiths spent most of their time repairing tools and shoeing horses see also shod
shoe
Shoes are objects which you wear on your feet. They cover most of your foot and you wear them over socks or stockings. a pair of shoes You don't mind if I take my shoes off, do you? see also snowshoe, training shoe
shoe
a pedestal-shaped member beneath the superstructure bearing that transmits and distributes loads to the substructure bearing area
shoe
{i} protective covering for the foot; horseshoe; brake shoe, part of the brake system that presses on the brake drum to slow a vehicle
shoe
footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
shoe
(card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time
shoe
The part of a railroad car brake which presses upon the wheel to retard its motion
shoe
an outer covering for the human foot typically having a thick or stiff sole with an attached heel and an upper part of lighter material, as leather
shoe
adj curling up at the ends; gone wrong; defective; completely WRONG!!!
shoe
furnish with shoes; "the children were well shoed"
shoe
A plate or rim of iron nailed to the hoof of an animal to defend it from injury
shoe
An iron socket to protect the point of a wooden pile
shoe
A drag, or sliding piece of wood or iron, placed under the wheel of a loaded vehicle, to retard its motion in going down a hill
shoe
An inclined trough in an ore-crushing mill
shoe
The plastic "shoe" holds the mixed decks of cards delt by the dealer
shoe
A shoe is the same as a horseshoe
shoe
{f} equip with shoes; put on shoes; fit a horse with horseshoes
shoe
a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
shoe
The outer cover or tread of a pneumatic tire, esp
shoe
To protect or ornament with something which serves the purpose of a shoe; to tip
shoe
Anything resembling a shoe in form, position, or use
shoe
for an automobile
shoe
If you fill someone's shoes or step into their shoes, you take their place by doing the job they were doing. No one has been able to fill his shoes
shoe boil
A growth over the elbow of a horse, caused by repeated bruising by the hoof or the rough floor when lying down and leading to lameness
shoe bomb
a explosive device concealed inside the heel and sole of a shoe
shoe box
{i} cardboard box used to store a pair of shoes
shoe brush
brush used for polishing shoes
shoe industry
an industry that manufactures and sells shoes
shoe lace
a lace used for fastening shoes
shoe leather
leather used to make shoes
shoe mine
mine used against individuals which explodes when stepped on
shoe polish
soft material that is used to shine and polish shoes
shoe polish
a substance used to produce a shiny protective surface on footwear
shoe prints
foot prints, trail left by walking in shoes
shoe shop
a shop where shoes are sold
shoe store
store which sells shoes
shoe tree
foot-shaped form of wood and metal that is placed in a shoe to help retain its shape when not being worn
shoe-lace
thin and narrow strap that is used to tie one's shoes
shoe-manufacturing concern
factory that produces shoes
shoe-shining
shoe-polishing, shoe-brushing
shoe-string
short string used for tying shoes
soft-shoe
tap dancing wearing soft-soled shoes
tap shoe
shoe with a very hard sole or a sole fitted with metal plates (for use in tap dancing)
tennis shoe
a light shoe used for playing sports, with a rubber surface on the bottom
tennis shoe
type of shoe used while playing tennis
the shoe is on the other foot
the situation has reversed itself, the order of events has been changed
tire shoe
boot on a car that prevents the car from driving
toe of the shoe
front end of a shoe, part of a shoe that covers the toes
toe shoe
A ballet slipper with a hardened, reinforced toe that enables a dancer to perform or dance on the toes. Also called pointe shoe
training shoe
Training shoes are the same as trainers
waiting for the other shoe to drop
say the next obvious thing
walking shoe
a light comfortable shoe designed for vigorous walking
white-shoe
denoting a company or law firm owned and run by members of the WASP elite who are generally conservative; "the politician tried to hide his white-shoe background
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von (shoe) im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

tekerlek pabucu drag, dragshoe, shoe, Brit. skidpan
(for a wagon wheel)
(shoe)
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