armor

listen to the pronunciation of armor
Englisch - Türkisch
zırh

Polis aracının zırh kaplaması apartman sakinlerinin hayatlarını kurtardı. - The police vehicle's armor plating saved the lives of its occupants.

Bu zırhlı kamyon altın taşıyor. - That armored truck is carrying gold.

korumalık
silah
armor zırh delen
armored car zırhlı otomobil
zırhlı vagon
armor silâhtar
armor plate zırhlı levha
zırhlı

Bu zırhlı kamyon altın taşıyor. - That armored truck is carrying gold.

Zırhlı kamyon, parayı bankaya para teslim etti. - The armored truck delivered the money to the bank.

armour zırh
(fiil) zırhla kaplamak
{f} zırhla kaplamak
(isim) zırh
(Askeri) ZIRHLI BİRLİKLER SINIFI
armour
zırh

Neyse ki, bu oyunun bikini zırhı yok. - Thankfully, this game does not have bikini armour.

armored
zırhlı

Zırhlı kamyon, parayı bankaya para teslim etti. - The armored truck delivered the money to the bank.

Bu zırhlı kamyon altın taşıyor. - That armored truck is carrying gold.

armor clad
zırhlı
armor clad
silahlı
armor plate
zırhlı levha
armor plated
zırhla kaplanmış
armor clad
zırh kaplı
armor plate
zırh plakası
armor-piercing
Zırh delen (Genelde mermiler için kullanılan bir ifade)
armor clad
zırh ile kaplanmış
armor group
(Askeri) ZIRHLI GRUP: Bir veya daha çok tank, zırhlı piyade ve zırhlı süvari taburlarının komuta, kontrol ve murakabesini yapmak maksadıyla, bir kolordu veya ordu kuruluşuna verilmiş, bir kara ordusu birliği
armor piercing
zırh delen
armor piercing bullet
(Askeri) ZIRH DELİCİ PİYADE MERMİSİ: Bak. "bullet"
armor piercing capped
(Askeri) ZIRH DELİCİ BAŞLIKLI: Başında, sertleştirilmiş çelik cidarlı bir başlığı bulunan zırhı delici mermi için kullanılan terim
armor piercing incendiary
(Askeri) ZIRH DELİCİ YANGIN MERMİSİ
armor piercing incendiary tracer
(Askeri) ZIRH DELİCİ İZLİ YANGIN MERMİSİ
armor piercing projectile
(Askeri) ZIRH DELİCİ MERMİ: Zırh levhaları delecek şekilde imal edilmiş, baş tarafı sertleştirilmiş çelikten yapılmış ve içinde boşluğu bulunmayan som dane (shot). ARMOR SWEEP: ZIRHLI TARAMA TAARRUZU: Süratle hareket eden bir zırhlı birlik tarafından, düşman kontrolu altındaki bölgede veya bölge içinde, bir arazi hedefi. olmaksızın yapılan bir akın veya diğer şekilde sınırlı taarruz. Bir zırhlı tarama taarruzu; cebri keşif, düşman malzemesi veya personelinin imha veya esir edilmesi, düşman plan ve harekatının yıpratılması yada bozulması için yapılır. Buna "tank sweep" de denir
armor plated
zırhlı
armor plated
zırh kaplı
armor plated
zırh ile kaplanmış
armor plating
zırh kaplama
armor thickness
(Askeri) ZIRH KALINLIĞI: Dikeye nazaran derece cinsinden meyil açısını müteakip milimetre olarak ifade edilir
armour
(Askeri) silah
armour
(Bilgisayar) zırh kablo
armouring
(Askeri) koruma
heavy armor
(Askeri) ağır silah
suit of armor
zırh takımı
armour
yarak
armour
zırhlı güçler
plate armor
zırhlı levha
Chink in the Armor
(deyim) Zayıf nokta, zaaf
armoured
zırhlı
body armor
vücut zırhı
chink in the armor
zırh içinde çatlak
scale armor
zırhlı elbise
scale armor
Deri veya kumaş giysinin üzerine eklenen metal pullardan oluşan bir tür zırh
armored
(sıfat) zırhlı
armored
zırhlı zırhla kaplı
armour
zırhlı birlik/zırh
armour
zırhla kaplamak
armour
(isim) zırh
armoured
(sıfat) zırhlı
cable armor
kablo zırhı
chain armor
zincirden örülmüş zırh
coat armor
hanedan arması
composite armor
(Askeri) KARMA ZIRH: Tek bir levha veya parçadan ya da bütün katları aynı cins madeni yapraklardan meydana gelmiş bir bünyeden farklı olarak, iki veya çok maddeden ibaret koruyucu bir örtü. Karma zırhtan bir bünye, ya çeşitli maddelere ait ince yapraklardan ya da, içine bir veya daha çok çeşitte madde parça veya zerreleri katılmış tek madde kalıbından ibaret olabilir
laminated armor
(Askeri) TABAKALI ZIRH: Bütün yüzeyde birbiriyle temas halinde, yani paralel ve aralıksız, aynı malzemeden iki veya daha çok levha veya parçadan mürekkep koruyucu örtü. Bak. "composite armor"
skirting armor
(Askeri) ETEK ZIRH; ETEK ZIRHI: Aralıklı zırhlanmış bir yapının en dışta kalan levhası veya parçası
spaced armor
(Askeri) ARALIKLI ZIRH: Aradaki dolgusuz boşluk veya boşlukları ile (aynı veya değişik malzemeden) iki veya daha çok levha veya parçadan ibaret koruyucu örtü
Englisch - Englisch
A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle
Metal plate, protecting a ship, military vehicle, or aircraft
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles, collectively
A protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body
To equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening
To provide something with an analogous form of protection
{n} defensive arms for the body
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant protective covering made of metal and used in combat a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles equip with armor
Defensive arms for the body; any clothing or covering worn to protect one's person in battle
-An outer metal layer applied to a cable for mechaical protection Armor is comprised of factory formed wire, designed to be applied to a range of conductor sizes Preformed Line Products manufacturers Armor
a protective cover slid over and affixed to a hose assembly; used to prevent over bending or for the purpose of protecting hose from severe external environmental conditions such as hot materials, abrasion or traffic
{i} hard protective covering for the body; covering of metal plates (on warships, tanks, etc.)
  Of a communications cable, a component intended to protect the critical internal components, e g , buffer tubes or fibers, or electrical conductors, from damage from external mechanical attack,  e g , rodent attack or abrasion   [After FAA]  Note:   Armor usually takes the form of a steel or aluminum tape wrapped about an inner jacket that covers the critical  internal components   An outer jacket usually covers the armor
covering for the body during combat
Protective cladding over a cable 2
Metallic tape, tube, braid or wire that provides mechanical protection for those applications where extreme wear resistance is required
Mechanical protection usually accomplished by a metallic layer of tape, braid or served wires
A form of body protection that consists of a hard material that is worn around the vital areas of the body
Mechanical protection usually accomplished by a metallic layer of tape, braid or served wires Normally found only over the outer sheath
Many characters in the artwork are shown wearing a type of stylized armor This armor has been evolving for a few years from when the world depicted in the art was more violent and martial Armor was usually gothic and covered with skeleton motifs This mellowed and the armor softened Designs and rigidity were replace by solid colors and easy access Shoulder and knee pads and high boots still refer to the old armored history The only motifs regularly used are initials that either refers to the character itself or the person it's based on
A braid or wrapping of metal, usually steel, used for mechanical protection Generally placed over the outer sheath
protective covering made of metal and used in combat
Additional protective element beneath outer jacket to provide protection against severe outdoor environments Usually made of plastic-coated steel, it may be corrugated for flexibility
equip with armor
a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
Steel or iron covering, whether of ships or forts, protecting them from the fire of artillery
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
A braid or wrapping of sheet metal, usually steel or aluminum, used for mechanical protection
{f} cover with armor
a secondary steel member that is installed to protect a vulnerable part of another member (such as steel angles placed over the edges of a joint)
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animals body
armure
armor-piercing
Referring to devices (typically munitions) intended to pierce armor
armor-plated
Covered with a hard steel plate, especially vehicles, boats, and defenses
armor-bearer
{n} one who carries another's arms
armor officer
officer in an armor division (military unit composed of armored forces)
armor piercing
able to penetrate armor
armor piercing ammunition
ammunition that can penetrate armor
armor piercing bomb
bomb that can penetrate armor
armor piercing bullet
shell capable of piercing protective armor plating
armor piercing shell
shell that can penetrate armor
armor plate
heavy metal plating (used on warships, tanks, etc.)
armor plate
specially hardened steel plate used to protect fortifications or vehicles from enemy fire
armor versus armor combat
warfare between armor units (military units composed of armored forces)
armor-bearer
retainer bearing the arms or armor of knight
armor-clad
covered with heavy steel; "armor-plated vehicles
armor-clad
covered with heavy steel; "armor-plated vehicles"
armor-plated
covered with heavy metal plates
armor-plated
covered with heavy steel; "armor-plated vehicles"
armored
Covered with armor, as a ship or the face of a fortification; armor-plated
armored
Simple past tense and past participle of armor
armored
Clad or equipped with arms or armor
armour
Alternative spelling of armor
armoured
Equipped with armoured vehicles

armoured unit, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps.

armouring
Present participle of armour
armouring
Armour or systems with equivalent effect
combat armor suit
a powered, armed and armored exoskeleton, in fiction and military research
combat armor suits
plural form of combat armor suit
horse armor
Armor for a horse in battle

Thus, some types of Spanish horse armor consisted of heavy leather covers for the entire body of the horse and covering the head.

horse armor
Purchasable downloadable content that provides only cosmetic effect, with no actual enhancement to gameplay or to player stats

Valve just wants to make sure anything they release and sell for the game will have real value.We don't want to give you horse armor, he said.. Kotaku. Gawker Media: 2008-08-31. URL accessed on 2008-09-01.

knight in shining armor
A person who will rescue a dangerous situation; a hero

We must work this out on our own and not wait for a knight in shining armor, who may never come.

reactive armor
High tech military armor that has a explosive layer that attempts to deflect incoming weapons by detonating
suit of armor
A collection of garments, usually made of metal, worn over the body for protection in battle from weapons
Chink in the Armor
Achilles heel, weak point
Chink in the Armor
(deyim) 1. An narrow opening and vunerable area in one's armor that the opponent will usually aim for. This term relies on "chink" in the sense of "a crack or gap," a meaning dating from about 1400 and used figuratively since the mid-1600s. 2. A figurative term for a one's weakness, largest flaw or their prevention of success

We would have aced this presentation if Leo wasn't in our group. He didn't study at all, he's the chink in the armor.

suit of armor
Armor that protects the wearer's whole body, body armor [US], body armour [Brit, Cdn], suit of armour [Brit, Cdn], coat of mail, cataphract
Light Anti-Armor Weapon
{i} LAW, portable light anti-tank weapon made in United States
armored
Fibre: Cotton, silk, wool, rayon, synthetics, and blends Weave: Plain, twill, or rib, background often has a small design either acquard or dobby made with warp floats on surface giving a raised effect Characteristics: Design is often in two colours and raised The name was derived from original fabric, which was woven with a small interlaced design of chain armor and used for military equipment during the Crusades Uses: a rich looking dress fabric, draperies, or upholstery
armored
Clad with armor
armored
equipped with the complete arms and armor of a warrior
armored
protected by armor (used of persons or things military) used of animals; provided with protective covering equipped with the complete arms and armor of a warrior
armored
used of animals; provided with protective covering
armored
{s} covered with armor, protected by armor
armored
Simple past and past participle of armor
armored
protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
armoring
Additional protection between jacket layers that provides protection against severe outdoor environments Usually made of plastic­coated steel, and may be corrugated for flexibility
armoring
Additional protection between jacketing layers of a cable to provide additional protection against severe outdoor elements Plastic coated steel corrugated tape is usually used
armoring
A natural or artificial process where an erosion-resistant layer of relatively large particles is established on the surface of the streambed through the removal of finer particles by stream flow A properly armored streambed generally resists movement of the bed material at discharges up to approximately ¾ bank-full depth
armoring
Placing rocks on headwall or fill material around a culvert to prevent water from eroding and undercutting the culvert and flowing under the road
armour
Armour consists of tanks and other military vehicles used in battle. the biggest movement of heavy British armour since the Second World War
armour
bogu
armour
A passive and defensive covering of the body which provides Damage Reduction with the value of n/- where n is the d20 System armour class value In general, Armour does not provide any bonus to a character's AC There are some exceptional types of armour which provide a passive deflection bonus to AC
armour
A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle
armour
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles
armour
protective covering made of metal and used in combat
armour
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animals body
armour
ar·mour in AM, use armor1. In former times, armour was special metal clothing that soldiers wore for protection in battle. knights in armour
armour
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
armour
Armour is a hard, usually metal, covering that protects a vehicle against attack. a formidable warhead that can penetrate the armour of most tanks
armour
The defense of the knight against the weapons of his opponents, consisting of his complete harness Often this was used only to denote the "hard" bits of the harness, the hardened leather or plate defenses, rather than the softer arming garments, though sometimes layered cloth was also used as the sole defense, as in a jupon I use the English spelling with the "-our" rather than the Americanized version to denote the difference between modern armored combat vehicles (e g tanks) and armour that is meant for the individual medieval soldier
armour
A form of body protection that consists of a hard material that is worn around the vital areas of the body
armour
Extra cable protection to improve resistance to crushing, cutting and shearing forces The usual form is a braided steel outer jacket but tough plastic strengtheners is also used in many modern cable designs
armour
{i} body protection, mantelet (alternate spelling for armor)
armour
a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
armour
Mechanical Protection such as steel steeling on a fire door
armour
knight in shining armour: see knight see also body armour. or body armour Protective clothing that can shield the wearer from weapons and projectiles. By extension, armour is also protective covering for animals, vehicles, and so on. Prehistoric warriors used leather hides and helmets. Chinese warriors used rhinoceros skin in the 11th century BC, and Greek infantry wore thick, multilayered metal-and-linen cuirasses (armour covering the body from neck to waist) in the 5th century BC. Shirts of chain mail were worn throughout the Roman Empire, and mail was the chief armour of western Europe until the 14th century. Ancient Greeks and Romans used armour made of rigid metal plates, which reappeared in Europe around the 13th century. Plate armour dominated European design until the 17th century, when firearms began to make it obsolete. It began to disappear in the 18th century, but the helmet reappeared in World War I and became standard equipment. Modern body armour (the bulletproof vest) covers the chest and sometimes the groin; it is a flexible garment reinforced with steel plates, fibreglass, boron carbide, or multiple layers of synthetic fabric such as Kevlar
armour
equip with armor
armoured
Armoured troops are troops in armoured vehicles
armoured
protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
armoured
Possessing armour
armoured
used of animals; provided with protective covering
armoured
ar·moured in AM, use armored1. Armoured vehicles are fitted with a hard metal covering in order to protect them from gunfire and other missiles
armoured
{s} having body protection, having a mantelet (also armored)
body armor
armor that protects the wearer's whole body
chief armor officer
senior officer in charge of armored military forces
knight in shining armor
man of her dreams, "prince on the white horse
scale armor
shell made from hard scales
suit of armor
armor that protects the wearer's whole body
armor
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