bastions

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Englisch - Türkisch
burç
bastion
sağlamlaştlrılmış yer
bastion
kale

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bastion
burç
bastion
iyi korunan yer
bastion
savunma kulesi/kale burç
bastion
kale burç
bastion
tabya
Englisch - Englisch
plural of bastion
bastion
If a system or organization is described as a bastion of a particular way of life, it is seen as being important and effective in defending that way of life. Bastion can be used both when you think that this way of life should be ended and when you think it should be defended. a town which had been a bastion of white prejudice The army is still one of the last male bastions. = stronghold
bastion
A work consisting of two faces and two flanks, all of the angles being salient A curtain connects two bastions Viewed from the interior of the fort the bastion is divided at the salient creating a right face/flank and a left face/flank
bastion
A habitual involvement in a particular endeavor or realm of experience, which is observed every day at the same time Once established, a bastion enables us to make use of the force of routine habit to grow and develop our potential to be alive and active in the world around us
bastion
a projecting part of a rampart or other fortification; in landscape gardening, a bastion is a projecting section of the ha-ha
bastion
A large or massive rock outcrop which projects forward from a valley wall or icefield
bastion
The portion of the wall that protruded from the primary structure These usually took an oval or round shape and angled sharply The bastions offered additional protection to the castle
bastion
projecting part of a rampart or other fortification
bastion
projecting part of a rampart or other fortification a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle a group that defends a principle; "a bastion against corruption"; "the last bastion of communism
bastion
A small tower at the end of a curtain wall or in the middle of the outside wall; solid masonry projection; structural rather than inhabitable
bastion
A massive groyne, or projecting section of seawall normally constructed with its crest above water level
bastion
a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle
bastion
Somebody or something regarded as providing strong defense or support
bastion
{n} a bulwark, fortress, very great mass
bastion
A solid masonry projection
bastion
A projecting work having two faces and two flanks so constructed that the adjacent curtain may be defended from it
bastion
{i} fortress, stronghold, castle
bastion
A projecting part of a rampart or other fortification
bastion
A lunette is a detached bastion
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Two adjacent bastions are connected by the curtain, which joins the flank of one with the adjacent flank of the other
bastion
In military architecture, an angular and pointed projection, often diamond-shaped and usually located at a corner, that enabled gunners to defend the ramparts and curtains of a fortification
bastion
A well-fortified position; a stronghold or citadel
bastion
a group that defends a principle; "a bastion against corruption"; "the last bastion of communism"
bastion
The distance between the flanks of a bastion is called the gorge
bastion
A person, or thing, who strongly defends some principle
bastion
A work projecting outward from the main inclosure of a fortification, consisting of two faces and two flanks, and so constructed that it is able to defend by a flanking fire the adjacent curtain, or wall which extends from one bastion to another
bastions

    Türkische aussprache

    bäsçınz

    Aussprache

    /ˈbasʧənz/ /ˈbæsʧənz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bas-ch&n ] (noun.) 1562. Middle French, from Old Italian bastione, augmentative of bastia fortress, derivative from dialect form of bastire to build, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German besten to patch.

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