ax

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Englisch - Türkisch
balta
{f} azaltmak
enstrüman
{f} baltala
kısmak
sepetlemek
kovmak
kovma
kısma
{i} çalgı
işten kovma
{i} azaltma
axe
balta

Balta alçakgönüllü bir boyuna gitmez. - The axe does not go to a humble neck.

Odun kırmak için baltaları almak zorundaydım. - I had to get the axes to chop the wood.

axe
balta,v.baltala: n.balta
axes
eksenler
axe
enstrüman
axe
işten kovmak
axe
azaltmak
axe
kısmak
axes
(Bilgisayar) axes
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(Bilgisayar) eksenli
axes
(Bilgisayar) eksen
axe
kaldırmak
axe
atmak
axe
{f} baltala

Kapı itfaiye ekipleri tarafından baltalanmıştı. - The door had been axed by the firefighters.

Odun kırmak için baltaları almak zorundaydım. - I had to get the axes to chop the wood.

axe
kovmak
axe
kısma
axe
çalgı
axe
kovma
axe
{i} işten kovma
axe
(Tekstil) aks ( mil )
axe
aniden ayır
axe
i., bak. ax
axe
veto/balta
axe
azaltma
axes
baltalar/eksen
axes
aniden ayır
Englisch - Englisch
Variant of ask
{n} an iron tool to cut or hew wood
alternative spelling of axe
form of variant, ask
Slang: An electric guitar, bass or almost any musical instrument Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
The broadax, or carpenter's ax, is an ax for hewing timber, made heavier than the chopping ax, and with a broader and thinner blade and a shorter handle
Ask (verb) To make a request of; to make a request for, to inquire/"Get over here foo and let me ax you a question "
an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle terminate; "The NSF axed the research program and stopped funding it
{f} cut; fire, dismiss from a job; (West India) ask
chop or split with an ax; "axe wood"
A tool or instrument of steel, or of iron with a steel edge or blade, for felling trees, chopping and splitting wood, hewing timber, etc
Hand tool used for chopping, splitting, chipping, and piercing. Stone Age hand axes originated in simple stone implements that acquired wooden hafts, or handles, about 30,000 BC. Copper-bladed axes appeared in Egypt about 4000 BC and were followed by axes with blades of bronze and eventually iron. The development of the iron-bladed felling ax in the Middle Ages made possible the vast forest clearances of Europe, North and South America, and elsewhere. Though the ax has lost much of its historic role to powered saws and other machinery, it remains a widely used tool with many uses
It is wielded by a wooden helve or handle, so fixed in a socket or eye as to be in the same plane with the blade
cutting tool KA - (Egyptian) spiritual self SI - ti (a tone of the scale)
A term used to refer to the UK's oddest classification, the "A-Road with Motorway Restrictions" Essentially these roads are a short section or bypass to an A-road which has been built and operates as a motorway Such roads are given the A-road's number, with (M) appended, hence the term Ax(M)
To ask; to inquire or inquire of
{i} hatchet, sharp tool used for chopping wood
terminate; "The NSF axed the research program and stopped funding it"
A market maker with a large order to fill who is moving the stock aggressively to fill it
an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
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axe
To fell or chop with an axe
axe
The axle of a wheel
axe
A gigging musician's particular instrument, especially a guitar in rock music or a saxophone in jazz
axe
Alternative form of ask

And the people axed hym, sayinge: What shall we do then.

axe
A directional position or interest, by a dealer in a financial market – if one wishes to unload stock, one is “axed to sell” or “has an axe”., Risk magazine Derived from “have an axe to grind”, which is also used
axe
To lay off: to terminate a person's employment

He got axed in the last round of firings.

axe
To furnish with an axle
axe
To terminate or reduce tremendously in a rough or ruthless manner

The broadcaster axed the series because far less people than expected watched it.

axes
plural form of ax
axes
plural form of axe
axes
plural form of axis
axe
{i} hatchet, sharp tool used for chopping wood
Axe
fu
axe
A large chopping tool that may have a grove for hafting to a handle
axe
An open architecture, Ericsson’s communications platform A system for computer-controlled digital exchanges that constitute the nodes in large public telecommunications networks The basis for Ericsson’s wireline and mobile systems
axe
A contemporary Afro-Bahian pop style, incorporating samba, rock, soul and other musical influences
axe
Ask
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"To hang up one's axe " To retire from business, to give over a useless project The allusion is to the ancient battle-axe, hung up to the gods when the fight was done All classical scholars will call to mind the allusion of Horace to a similar Roman custom Being snubbed by Pyrrha, he says, "He will hang up his axe upon her wall," or more literally, his "drenched garments on the temple-walls of Neptune " (1 Odes, V 14--17 ) (See Ask )
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An open architecture, Ericsson's communications platform A system for computer-controlled digital exchanges that constitute the nodes in large public telecommunications networks The basis for Ericsson's wireline and mobile systems
axe
chop or split with an ax; "axe wood
axe
If a person or institution is facing the axe, that person is likely to lose their job or that institution is likely to be closed, usually in order to save money
axe
A tool for felling trees or chopping wood etc. consisting of a heavy head flattened to a blade on one side, and a handle attached to it
axe
It is wielded by a wooden helve or handle, so fixed in a socket or eye as to be in the same plane with the blade
axe
(v) Ask "Gave her ten dollars, then she axed me for some more" -- Schoolly D (P S K (what does it mean?) [??])
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If someone's job or something such as a public service or a television programme is axed, it is ended suddenly and without discussion. Community projects are being axed by hard-pressed social services departments. = cut
axe
A tool or instrument of steel, or of iron with a steel edge or blade, for felling trees, chopping and splitting wood, hewing timber, etc
axe
A dismissal or rejection
axe
An ancient weapon consisting of a head that has one or two blades and a long handle
axe
See Ax, Axman
axe
The broadax, or carpenter's ax, is an ax for hewing timber, made heavier than the chopping ax, and with a broader and thinner blade and a shorter handle
axe
terminate; "The NSF axed the research program and stopped funding it"
axe
{f} split with an ax, chop using an ax; terminate
axe
Tool for chopping trees and splitting wood, it has a long wooden handle with a metal head with either a single or double-sided blade
axe
Implement with a stone or metal blade mounted parallel to the shaft, used for cutting wood and wood working, for fighting and for ritual purposes Compare Adze See Antler sleeve, Flanged axe, Palstave
axe
an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
axe
A musical instrument
axe
chop or split with an ax; "axe wood"
axe
Inquire
axe
disapproval If someone has an axe to grind, they are doing something for selfish reasons. He seems like a decent bloke and I've got no axe to grind with him. Variant of ax
axe
A bricklayer's hammer
axe
axe axes axing axed in AM, use ax1. An axe is a tool used for cutting wood. It consists of a heavy metal blade which is sharp at one edge and attached by its other edge to the end of a long handle
axe
Olithos
axe
A tool with a long handle and bladed head (single bit - one sharp side or double bit - two sharp sides) for chopping deadfall from trails, shaping stakes for turnpikes and waterbars, and cutting notches for structures made of timber
axed
past of axe
axes
Of the two basic axe stylessingle and double bitsingle-bit axes are most popular Single-bit axes are used to fell, trim or prune trees, to split or cut wood, or to drive wood stakes
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NAMOT assigns its axes in accordance with the Cambridge convention X-points out to the major groove Y-points to the first strand Z-points in the 5' to 3' direction of the first strand
axes
Line of sight
axes
plural of axe
axes
Axes is the plural of axis
axes
edges of a chart which are marked off in even sections
axes
Usually, two perpendicular lines used to establish a coordinate system
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Axes are the lines that frame the bar chart area and provide a means for comparison The Y axis is usually vertical and the X axis is usually horizontal
axes
close window
axes
plural of ax
axes
A wood working tool with the blade mounted in line with the handle Usually used to refer to grooved axes of ground stone, typical of the Middle and Late Archaic periods
axes
The fixed lines on a graph which carry the scales against which the coordinates are plotted
axes
Plural of axis
axes
axes Pronounced for meaning 1., and for meaning 2..1. Axes is the plural of axe
axing
present participle of axe
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