anchor

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} demir atmak
demirlemek
çapa

Birkaç çeşit çapa var. - There are several kind of anchor.

Tom denize çapa attı. - Tom threw the anchor overboard.

{i} sunucu (haber)
{i} dayanak noktası
(Bilgisayar) tutturucu
(İnşaat) duvar kenedi
sıkıca tutturmak/bağlamak
ankraj
Çengel
(Bilgisayar) bağla
bağlayıcı
haber sunucusu
tutturmak
tutturma noktası
saplamak
(Jeoloji) ankor
{i} güven kaynağı
{f} demir at

Tekne kıyıya yakın demir attı. - The boat anchored near the shore.

Gemi limanda demir attı. - The ship dropped anchor in the harbor.

tutmak
gemi demiri
güven veren şey/kimse
sıkıca bağlanmak
çapa atmak
(Mimarlık) ankraj demiri
(Askeri) DEMİR: bkz: "sinker"
{f} sağlama bağlamak
{f} açık oturum yönetmek
{i} demir

Gemi limanda demir attı. - The ship dropped anchor in the harbor.

Gemi limana demir attı. - The ship is at anchor in the harbor.

bağlantı
{i} açık oturum yöneticisi
{f} sunuculuk yapmak
güven kaynağı/çapa
at an
anchoringplace demirleme yeri
anchorable demirlenebilir
{i} lenger
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) referans noktası
sabitlemek
tespit etmek
çıpa
anchored
{s} demirli
weigh anchor
{f} demir almak
anchor aweigh
(Askeri) salpa
anchor ball
(Askeri) demir küresi
anchor ball
(Askeri) çapa topu
anchor blade
(Askeri) tırnak
anchor bolt
ankraj civatası
anchor bolt
bağlantı cıvatası
anchor chain
ankraj bulonu
anchor chain
(Askeri) demir zinciri
anchor ice
yer buzu
anchor plate
(Askeri) bağlama plakası
anchor point
(Bilgisayar) başlangıç ucu
anchor point
(Bilgisayar) tutturma noktası
anchor ring
(Askeri) anele
anchor rod
(Otomotiv) akupleman çubuğu
anchor rope
(Askeri) armatür halkası
anchor store
(Ticaret) çapa dükkan
anchor tag
(Bilgisayar) sabitleme imi
anchor bolt
tespit cıvatası
anchor chain
çapa zinciri
anchor curtain
ankraj perdesi
anchor lining
demir yastığı
anchor pin
tespit pimi
anchor plate
ankraj plakası
anchor ring
lenger halkası
anchor rod
ankraj çubuğu
anchor screw
tespit vidası
anchor stock
çipo
anchor wall
ankraj duvarı
anchor bolt
tespit civatasi
anchor bolt
(Mühendislik) tesbit civatası, ankraj bulonu
anchor bolts
civatalar çapa
anchor davit
(Denizcilik) Gemide çapa asılan matafora
anchor point
demir atma noktası
anchor ring
çapa halkası
anchor tower
tespit kulesi
anchor arm
çıpa kolu
anchor barge
(Askeri) çapa mavnası
anchor block
(Askeri) germe mesnedi
anchor bolt
(Mimarlık) ankraj bulonu
anchor box
(Askeri) demir sandığı
anchor box
(Askeri) demir kasası
anchor button
(Tekstil) çapa motişi düğme
anchor button
(Tekstil) çapa motifli düğme
anchor cable
(Havacılık) bağlama kablosu
anchor cable
(Askeri) DEMİR ZİNCİRİ: Gemi ile demiri arasındaki zincir, halat veya kablo
anchor chain
çapa zinciri,tespit zinciri
anchor characters
saptama karakterleri
anchor crown
(Askeri) çıpa memesi
anchor fluke
(Askeri) çıpanın tırnakları
anchor gear
(Askeri) çapa dişlisi
anchor gear
(Askeri) çapa dişli kutusu
anchor hole
(İnşaat,Teknik) ankraj deliği
anchor ice
(Askeri) TABAN BUZU: Nehir ve göl. tabanlarında teşekkül eden buz. Buna "Bottom ice" da denir
anchor iron
(Mimarlık) ankraj demiri
anchor light
(Askeri) LİMAN FENERİ, DEMİR FENERİ: Demirlemiş bir geminin, deniz tayyaresinin veya balonun yerini gece belli etmek üzere, üzerlerine asılan fener veya fenerler grubu
anchor line
(Askeri) DEMİRLEME HATTI: Yüzücü ayaklı köprülerde, köprüyü akıntıya karşı tutmak için demirlerin atıldığı halat
anchor line cable
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT AÇMA İPİ KABLOSU: Bak. "anchor cable"
anchor line extension kits
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT AÇMA İPİ UZATMA TAKIMI: Takma tırnaklı kapılarla teçhiz edilmiş bir uçağa, paraşütçülerin arkadan atlamalarına imkan vermek üzere eklenmiş bir tertibat
anchor loop
ankraj maşası
anchor man
TV (erkek) sunucu
anchor person
TV sunucu
anchor pile
bağlama kazığı
anchor pile
tutturma kazığı
anchor pile
(Jeoloji,Teknik) ankraj kazığı
anchor pile
(Askeri) tespit kazığı
anchor pim
tutturma bobini
anchor pin
tespit pini
anchor point
saptama noktası
anchor point
Çengel Noktası
anchor rope
(Tekstil) armatür halatı
anchor shank
çıpa gövdesi
anchor stock
demir çiposu
anchor tie
ankraj bağlantısı
anchor trench
(İnşaat) ankraj hendeği
anchor wedge
ankraj takozu
anchor windlass
(Askeri) pistonlu buhar makinesi
anchor woman
TV (kadın) sunucu
anchor yoke
ankraj kelepçesi
anchor  boat
(Askeri) çapa teknesi
anchor  davit
(Askeri) gemide çapa asılan direk
anchor  light
(Askeri) çapa feneri
anchor  rod
(Askeri) bağlama kazığı
anchoring
(Askeri) sabitlemek
anchoring
(Askeri) demir atmak
anchoring
tespit
anchoring
demirleme
flood anchor
(Coğrafya) met demiri
flood anchor
(Coğrafya) met çapası
let go the anchor
(Denizbilim) fundo
let go the anchor
(Denizbilim) funda
nominal anchor
(Ticaret) çapa
anchoring
ankraj
bower anchor
göz demiri
brake anchor bracket
fren tespit plakası
brake anchor pin
fren tespit pimi
brake band anchor spring
fren kuşağı tespit yayı
cast anchor
demir atmak
cast anchor
demirle
drag an anchor
demir taramak
drag anchor
tarama demiri
drag the anchor
demir atmak
drift anchor
açık deniz çapası
drift anchor
deniz demiri
drop anchor
demir atmak
grapnel anchor
borda kancası
lee anchor
boca
lee anchor
rüzgâr altı
lee anchor
rüzgâra kapalı yer
lee anchor
rüzgara kapalı yer
sea anchor
deniz demiri
sheet anchor
ocaklık demiri
sheet anchor
büyük kurtuluş ümidi
waist anchor
çapa
co-anchor
haberi beraber sunmak
drag the anchor
(Denizcilik) Tarama demiri ile taramak
equal anchor
çapa eşit
ground anchor
zemin çapa
heave anchor
çapa çekmek
lie at anchor
bakar yalan
news anchor
Dışarıdan haber aktaran haber sunucusu
of anchor
çapa
port anchor
port çapa
ride at anchor
(gemi) demirli yatmak
rock bolt anchor
(Madencilik) Kaya saplaması

Yüksek basınç koşullarında kaya saplaması gevşek bırakılabilir.

stream anchor
akıntı demiri
wall anchor
duvar kenedi
anchored
(Askeri) DÖNME: Hava önlemede, "görünür bir yörünge noktası etrafından dönüyorum" anlamına gelen bir kod
anchored
(sıfat) demirli
anchored
lengerli
at anchor
demirli, demir atmış
automatic anchor
(Askeri) OTOMATİK MAYIN DEMİRİ: Bir su altı mayınının, su yüzeyi altında belirli bir derinlikte kalmasını temin eden demir
beginning/ending anchor
başlangıç / bitiş (saptama) noktası
boat anchor
(Askeri,Teknik) filika demiri
crossed anchor
(Askeri) isparmaça
drift anchor
çapa
drift anchor
akıntı çapası
earth anchor
(Askeri) yer çapası
emergency anchor
yedek demir
hoist anchor
demir almak
html res anchor
(Bilgisayar) html kaynak bağlayıcısı
hypertext anchor
(Bilgisayar) hipermetin sabitlemesi
kedge anchor
tonoz demiri
rail anchor
ray ankrajı
sheet anchor
en çok güvenilen kimse
sheet anchor
kurtuluş ümidi
spare bower anchor
(Askeri) ihtiyat demir
storm anchor
kurtuluş ümidi
storm anchor
ocaklık demiri
tieback anchor
ankraj çubuğu
waist anchor
acil durum demiri
waist anchor
(Askeri) ocaklık demiri
weigh anchor
{f} vira etmek
weigh the anchor
(Askeri) demir almak
Englisch - Englisch
To provide emotional stability for a person in distress
An anchorman or anchorwoman
A tool used to moor a vessel to the bottom of a sea or river to resist movement

nautical An iron device so shaped as to grip the bottom and hold a vessel at her berth by the chain or rope attached. (FM 55-501).

To perform as an anchorman
Generic term to refer to the combined anchoring gear (anchor, rode, and fittings such as bitts, cat, and windlass.)
An HTML/XHTML mark-up tag to define a position in a file, or a link to a URL
To hold an object, especially a ship or a boat to a fixed point
A fixed point, especially materials or tools used to affix something at that point
{n} an iron instrument for hoking ships at rest, any firm support
A metal tie holding adjoining parts of a building together
a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute
In HTML, anchors mark the start and end of hypertext links
It is seen in the echinus, or egg-and- anchor (called also egg-and-dart, egg-and-tongue) ornament
If you anchor an object somewhere, you fix it to something to prevent it moving from that place. The roots anchor the plant in the earth The child seat belt was not properly anchored to the car. = tether
Fig
When a boat anchors or when you anchor it, its anchor is dropped into the water in order to make it stay in one place. We could anchor off the pier They anchored the boat
a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute secure a vessel with an anchor; "We anchored at Baltimore"
a highlighted section of hyperlinked text or a hyperlinked graphic which appears in a Web document and which, when clicked, causes the web browser to "jump" to the linked web site
One of the anchor-shaped spicules of certain sponges; also, one of the calcareous spinules of certain Holothurians, as in species of Synapta
a mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving
Hypertext Markup Language provides the a element to designate an anchor Anchors used as hyperlinks have a source and destination These are the "hotspot", clickable links, that are used for navigation In the following <a href="http: //www bigbaer com">BIG BAER Urban Alternative</a>, the destination anchor is the URL "http: //www bigbaer com" while the source anchor is the hyperlink BIG BAER Urban Alternative
Either the starting point or destination of a hyperlink The letters at the top of this page are all anchors - clicking one takes you to another part of this page FrontPage calls these bookmarks
An object on an HTML page has its position calculated with respect to the location of its anchor You can select the anchor to move the object
Any instrument or contrivance serving a purpose like that of a ship's anchor, as an arrangement of timber to hold a dam fast; a contrivance to hold the end of a bridge cable, or other similar part; a contrivance used by founders to hold the core of a mold in place
A iron instrument which is attached to a ship by a cable (rope or chain), and which, being cast overboard, lays hold of the earth by a fluke or hook and thus retains the ship in a particular station
a mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving a central cohesive source of support and stability; "faith is his anchor"; "the keystone of campaign reform was the ban on soft money"; "he is the linchpin of this firm"
an imbedded link in one document which allows users to connect to another document, to another medium, or to another section of the same document
The area of a hypertext document that is either the source or destination of a hypertext link The link might extend from that area to another document or from another document to that area When anchors are the starting points of these links, they are typically highlighted or otherwise identified in the hypertext browser
Either the starting point or destination of a hyperlink The letters at the top of this page are all anchors Clicking on one takes you to another location on this page
HTML code that enables you to link to a specific location on a page We have included anchors throughout our site This definition, for example, has an anchor that looks like this
a central cohesive source of support and stability; "faith is his anchor"; "the keystone of campaign reform was the ban on soft money"; "he is the linchpin of this firm"
secure a vessel with an anchor; "We anchored at Baltimore"
A wooden, stone or metal device that , when connected to a vessel with a cable or chain, was used to secure the vessel to the bed of a waterway to prevent if from drifting Anchors attach themselves to the lake bottom using flukes [IMAGE] [MOVIE]
Last man to roll in team competition Usually the best bowler; i e , the bowler most likely to get a strike in the "foundation frame" (the ninth frame) and most likely to "strike out " The term originated in 1913 when a bowler (Hans Arfsparger) for the Anchor Brewing team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, bowled in the fifth position and struck out 94 times in succession
If a boat is at anchor, it is floating in a particular place and is prevented from moving by its anchor
fix firmly and stably; "anchor the lamppost in concrete
CDE Certification Checklist: A position in a collection of selectable objects that marks one end point of an extended selection range (Definition from Motif 1 2 Style Guide )
A tag in HTML that marks the start and end of the object to be retrieved by the browser from a server
To fix or fasten; to fix in a stable condition; as, to anchor the cables of a suspension bridge
The person who anchors a television or radio programme, especially a news programme, is the person who presents it and acts as a link between interviews and reports which come from other places or studios. Viewers saw him anchoring a five-minute summary of regional news. a series of cassettes on the Vietnam War, anchored by Mr. Cronkite
That which gives stability or security; that on which we place dependence for safety
{i} heavy object placed in the water in order to hold boats in place; main broadcaster on a TV or radio program, broadcaster; source of security or stability, refuge; text used as the start or end of a hypertext link (Internet)
Carved work, somewhat resembling an anchor or arrowhead; a part of the ornaments of certain moldings
{f} attach firmly, fasten tightly; drop an anchor (from a boat)
An anchor is a heavy hooked object that is dropped from a boat into the water at the end of a chain in order to make the boat stay in one place
To stop; to fix or rest
An anchor is an HTML tag that marks a specific point in an HTML document as either the source or destination of a hypertext link This allows you to create links from one hypertext document to another, as well as to different sections within the same document Anchors that point to different places in the same document use the <A NAME> tag and are frequently used to navigate a long document with many sections Anchors that point to other hypertext documents use the <A HREF> tag
An emblem of hope
An anchor is an HTML "tag" that marks a specific point in an HTML document as either the source or destination of a hypertext link This allows you to create links from one hypertext document to another, as well as to different sections within the same document Anchors that point to different places in the same document use the <A NAME> tag and are frequently used to navigate a long document with many sections Anchors that point to other hypertext documents use the <A HREF> tag
An invisible name on a page marking a particular spot It takes the form: <A NAME="[anchor_name]"> </A> A hyperlink to http: //www somesite com/somepage html#[anchor_name] will go to that part of the desired page The source for this definition has <A NAME="anchor">Anchor</A> just above the definition Only the "Anchor" is visible, but the <A NAME="anchor"> and the </A> that surround it are not visible If you came to this definition via a hyperlink, that link ended with: /web_glossary html#anchor
To place at anchor; to secure by an anchor; as, to anchor a ship
A destination marker for a link, specifying a specific location on a Web page Anchors are often used to link to locations within a Web page Sometimes they are used to identify specific spots on other Web pages If you have a lot of text on a Web page, use an anchor to help your readers maneuver around the text
An anchor describes the destination point in a document for a hyperlink Therefore anchors allow developers to direct users to particular parts of a document
A point occupied by two or more of a player's checkers on the opponent's side of the board An advanced anchor is an anchor on the opponent's four or five point or any anchor outside the opponent's home board
An anchor (also referred to as a bookmark by Microsoft applications) is the destination of a hyperlink within a Web page Anchors are common on single Web pages containing lots of text where the text section titles appear at the top of the page and clicking the link causes the browser to jump down the page and display the selected portion of text
The anchor on a television or radio programme, especially a news programme, is the person who presents it. He worked in the news division of ABC -- he was the anchor of its 15-minute evening newscast
An element that denotes a specific location in a document, pointed to by another anchor When the document is displayed in a browser, clicking on an anchor (of the first type) causes the browser to display the document and/or the location that it points to
Synonymous with hyperlinks, anchor refers to non-linear links among documents Or more simply put, it's the word or phrase that can be selected to connect to another page or resource
fix firmly and stably; "anchor the lamppost in concrete"
To cast anchor; to come to anchor; as, our ship (or the captain) anchored in the stream
An anchoret
Either the starting point or the destination of a hyperlink (or link) within a document Example: a highlighted word within an online help file may display additional information related to the word This information is "anchored" to the highlighted word
The location of a hypertext link in a document An anchor can be either the start of a hypertext link or the destination of a hypertext link
anchor babies
plural form of anchor baby
anchor baby
a child born in the U.S. to illegal aliens
anchor buoy
A small buoy, usually painted a distinctive color, attached to an anchor by a light line and used to indicate the location of the anchor on the bottom
anchor ice
Submerged ice anchored to the bottom of a river etc., irrespective of how it formed
anchor line
A very heavy rope or chain by which a ship's anchor is hoisted
anchor pylon
Endpoints that utilize horizontal insulators and occur at the endpoints of high-power transmission lines. Such endpoints are necessary when interfacing with other modes of power transmission and, due to the inflexibility of the conductors, when significantly altering the direction of the pylon chain
anchor's aweigh
Response to order to weigh anchor when the anchor has been tripped and is no longer attached to the bottom

Anchor’s apeak — they pawl and back — ’ At this moment the American frigate fired a gun, dropped her topgallantsails, and sheeted them home. ‘Anchor’s aweigh,’ called Broke. ‘He plucked it up in fine style.’.

anchor ball
(Denizcilik) A day shape consisting of a black ball not less than 2 ft. (0.6 m) in diameter, displayed in the fore rigging of a vessel at anchor
Anchor light
a light in the rigging of a ship that is riding at anchor
anchor bolt
A bolt placed in the surface of concrete for attaching wood framing members
anchor bolt
A large steel bolt anchored in concrete and attached to a building to prevent the structure from moving
anchor bolt
A bolt or threaded rod used to secure the sill to the foundation wall
anchor bolt
the bolt that firmly fixes a cable to a component
anchor bolt
long metal fasteners with a threaded end used
anchor bolt
a bolt-like piece of metal threaded and fitted with a nut or a nut and washer at one end only used to fix members of a structure in position
anchor bolt
A bolt used to attach steel or wood members to a masonry foundation
anchor bolt
Bolt to secure a wooden sill plate to concrete, masonry floor or wall
anchor bolt
A bolt protruding from the top of the foundation onto which the sill plate is fastened with a nut
anchor bolt
A long 'L' shaped bolt which is set in concrete and used to anchor columns or other members to a foundation or other support
anchor bolt
Bolts that tie the sill plate and thus the frame of a structure to its foundation
anchor bolt
Bolt set in concrete or held in place by friction or epoxy that is used to fasten lumber, columns, girders, brackets or hangers to concrete or masonry walls
anchor bolts
Bolts used to anchor structural members to a concrete floor, foundation or other support Usually refers to the bolts at the bottom of all columns and door jambs
anchor bolts
In residential construction, Bolts to secure a wooden sill plate to concrete, or masonry floor or wall In commercial construction, Bolts which fasten columns, girders or other members to concrete or masonry such as bolts used to anchor sills to masonry foundation
anchor bolts
½"x18" threaded bolt used to secure the sill plate to the foundation wall (supplied by owner)
anchor bolts
'L' shaped bolts which are set in the concrete foundation and used to attach the framing of the house to the foundation
anchor bolts
Bolts embedded in concrete used to hold structural members in place
anchor bolts
Bolts that secure a wooden sill plate to a concrete or masonry floor or wall
anchor bolts
Bolts to secure a wooden sill plate to concrete or masonry floor or wall
anchor bolts
Bolts used to anchor members to a foundation or other support
anchor bolts
(1)'L' shaped bolts which are set in the concrete foundation and used to attach the framing of the house to the foundation (2) Bolts that are attached to a secured source and used to tied in a less secured item
anchor bolts
Bolts to secure a wooden sill plate to concrete , or masonry floor or wall
anchor bolts
Any of a variety of rather large J- or L-shaped bolts designed to have a portion embedded in concrete or mortar
anchor bolts
'J' shaped bolts set in the concrete foundation and used to attach the framing of the house to the foundation
anchor chain
the chain that attaches an anchor to a vessel
anchor dues
fee paid for anchoring a boat
anchor escapement
A variety of the lever escapement with a wide impulse pin
anchor escapement
The common recoil escapement
anchor light
The lantern shown at night by a vessel at anchor
anchor light
International rules of the road require vessels at anchor to carry from sunset to sunrise a single white light forward if under 150 feet in length, and if longer, two such lights, one near the stern and one forward
anchor shot
A shot made with the object balls in an anchor space
anchor space
Object balls in an anchor space are treated as in balk
anchor space
In the balk-line game, any of eight spaces, 7 inches by 3½, lying along a cushion and bisected transversely by a balk line
anchor store
A large store, such as a department store or supermarket, that is prominently located in a shopping mall to attract customers who are then expected to patronize the other shops in the mall
anchor text
{i} (Internet, Computers) text which is visible in the hyperlink on which one clicks
anchor watch
A detail of one or more men who keep watch on deck at night when a vessel is at anchor
anchoring
The tendency of people to place subsequently refined answers to a given question close to the initially estimated answer, giving unduly weight to the initial answer, such as adjusting the initial estimate of "20%" to "30%" when "90%" would be more appropriate
bower anchor
each of the two main anchors of a ship, carried permanently attached to their cables on each side of the bow, always ready to be let go in case of an emergency
bring one's arse to an anchor
To sit down
foul anchor
An anchor which has become entangled or caught up in something, or an image of this

One stone in particular attracts me. It bears a beautiful ‘foul anchor’ and the simple inscription: Dummy 1879-1918.

fouled anchor
A foul anchor
news anchor
A presenter of news broadcasts
sea anchor
A parachute-like device designed to slow down the speed of a drifting ship or boat
sheet anchor
a large, spare anchor used in an emergency
sheet anchor
a batsman who provides dependable defence while a series of other batsmen score rapidly
sheet anchor
a source of help in times of danger
weigh anchor
to raise the anchor from the seabed prior to getting under way
anchored
{a} come to anchor, held an anchor
screw anchor
A screw anchor is a fastener that can attach one object to another in situations where screws, nails, adhesives, or other simple fasteners are either impractical or ineffective. Different types have different levels of strength and can be used on different types of surfaces
stud anchor
(İnşaat) A floor anchor for studs in a wall
anchored
Having the extremities turned back, like the flukes of an anchor; as, an anchored cross
anchored
Held by an anchor; at anchor; held safely; as, an anchored bark; also, shaped like an anchor; forked; as, an anchored tongue
anchored
{s} attached firmly; ground; chained down
anchoring
Tying a wall down to resist racking or lift Walls can be “anchored” to the ground using foundation bolts, straps, and special brackets
anchoring
Associating or marking subjective states with simple patterns of behavior, such as gestures, tone of voice, etc Used to bring back states with a simple stimulus
anchoring
present participle of anchor
anchoring
The de-nominalization of the process of stimulus response
anchoring
Applying a gesture, touch, or sound just before a state peaks, either in oneself or someone else, so that the anchored state can be re-activated by reapplying that gesture, touch or sound A smell can also be used as an anchor Eg as you remember the smell of a rose, you may find a memory of some experience that involved roses coming to mind Psychologists recognise the pattern of anchoring as stimulus response conditioning
anchoring
A supplemental method of locking the thermal spray deposit to the substrate by screw heads, studs, or similar means
anchoring
A cognitive heuristic in which decisions are made based on an initial 'anchor'
anchoring
The process by which any stimulus or representation (external or internal) gets connected to and so triggers a response Anchors occur naturally and in all representational systems They can be used intentionally, as in analogue marking or with numerous change techniques, such as Collapse Anchors The NLP concept of anchoring derives from the Pavlovian stimulus-response reaction, classical conditioning In Pavlov's study the tuning fork became the stimulus (anchor) that cued the dog to salivate
anchoring
Point of decision in the process of reach-testing The cycle that includes an anchoring point follows the sequence: suggestion of an idea, agreement to the idea by others, presentation of examples to clarify the idea, and finally, affirmation, or confirmation, of the idea
anchoring
The process of 'setting' an anchor Anchors can be created deliberately or by chance They can also be altered or 'dissolved', 'stacked' or 'collapsed' see Collapsing Anchors" and Stacking Anchors
anchors
plural of anchor
anchors
A link to a specific location on a Web page Also called Bookmarks in some Web page editors
anchors
The beginning and end markers of a link
anchors
Text or image links in a Web document that point to another resource
anchors
links you to a certain point on a webpage, either the one you are currently viewing or another page within the same website This is useful when you have a lot of text for one page By categorizing the information on your page, you can create an outline at the top of your page and a user can click on the topic of choice which will take him/her to the desired point in the site
anchors
Anchors are used to mark specific locations within a document Once an anchor is placed in location, you can create a link to that spot
anchors
the same as hyperlinks--the underlined words or phrases you click on in World Wide Web documents to jump to another part of the screen or page
anchors
{i} (Slang) brakes (of a car)
anchors
Special places that you can link to inside documents Links can then jump to those special places inside the page as opposed to jumping just to the top of the page
anchors
third-person singular of anchor
cast anchor
drop an anchor (to hold a boat or ship in place)
come to an anchor
settle; come to source of security or stability
drift anchor
{i} drogue, device used to hold a ship in one place while at sea, sea anchor
drop anchor
anchor: secure a vessel with an anchor; "We anchored at Baltimore"
drop anchor
lower the anchor of a ship
mooring anchor
an anchor used to hold a mooring buoy or a channel marker in place
mushroom anchor
an anchor used for semipermanent moorings; has a bowl-shaped head that will dig in however it falls
purchase an anchor
raise anchor, pull up the anchor
raised the anchor
lifted the anchor in preparation for sailing
sea anchor
A drag, usually a canvas-covered conical frame, floating behind a vessel to prevent drifting or to maintain a heading into the wind. Also called drogue
sea anchor
restraint consisting of a canvas covered frame that floats behind a vessel; prevents drifting or maintains the heading into a wind
sea anchor
{i} drogue, device used to hold a ship in one place while at sea
sea anchor
See Drag sail, under 4th Drag
sea-anchor
device used to hold a ship in one place while at sea
sheet anchor
large anchor used in emergencies
sheet anchor
A large anchor stowed on shores outside the waist of a vessel; called also waist anchor
sheet anchor
See the Note under Anchor
sheet anchor
Anything regarded as a sure support or dependence in danger; the best hope or refuge
sheet anchor
spare anchor for use in emergency
weigh anchor
{f} lift an anchor in getting ready for sailing
weigh anchor
heave up an anchor in preparation for sailing
anchor
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