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Englisch - Türkisch
toprak olmak
ground
{i} zemin

Beşinci katta hiç sıcak su yok, ama zemin katta var. - There's no hot water on the fifth floor, but there is on the ground floor.

Bu tür ayakkabı ıslak zeminde kayma eğilimindedir. - This kind of shoe is apt to slip on wet ground.

ground
toprak

Burada yabancı bir topraktayız. - We're on unfamiliar ground here.

Bilgisayarım doğru şekilde topraklanmış bir prize bağlı. - My computer is connected to a properly grounded outlet.

ground
{i} yer

Bir depremde, yer yukarı ve aşağı ya da geriye ve ileriye sallanabilir. - In an earthquake, the ground can shake up and down, or back and forth.

Depremin ardından, insanlar şaşkınlıkla yerdeki derin çukura baktılar. - After the earthquake, people stared into the deep hole in the ground in surprise.

ground
{i} kara

Hükümet ahlaksızlık gerekçesiyle kitabı yasaklamaya kararı verdi. - The government decided to ban the book on grounds of indecency.

Okyanusu öv ama karada kal. - Glorify the ocean, but stay on the ground.

ground
{i} sebep

Halkın korkuları sebepsiz değildir. - The people's fears aren't groundless.

Şimdiye kadar, eyleminiz tamamen sebepsiz görünmektedir. - So far, your action seems completely groundless.

ground
{i} dayanak

Ona inanmak için onun iyi dayanakları var. - He has good grounds for believing that.

ground
{i} neden

Mars, zemindeki paslı demir nedeniyle kırmızıdır. - Mars is red because of rusty iron in the ground.

Zina bir boşanma nedeniydi. - Adultery was a ground for divorce.

ground
karaya oturmak
ground
{s} öğütülmüş

Bir çay kaşığı öğütülmüş tarçın yaklaşık iki gramdır. - A teaspoon of ground cinnamon is about two grams.

ground
{f} (uçak) (hava koşullarından dolayı) uçamamak; (uçağı) uçurtmamak
ground
temel

Parti hızla temel kazandı. - The party gained ground rapidly.

Ev temele kadar yandı. - The house burned to the ground.

ground
kalkışına olanak tanımamak
ground
yer (yerin yüzü)
ground
(gemiyi) karaya oturtmak
ground
temellenmek
ground
(uçak) inmek
ground
dayatmak (bir sebebe)
ground
meşecik
ground
zeminlemek
ground
mülk
ground
bayır
ground
toprak bağlantısı
ground
kurtluca
ground
temellendirmek
ground
tortu
ground
(Meteoroloji) yerin hali
ground
telve

Benim fincanımda bırakılmış kahve telveleri vardı. - There were coffee grounds left in my cup.

ground
(Elektrik, Elektronik) topraklamak (cihazı)
ground
deniz dibi
ground
taban
ground
dayanmak
ground
fon
ground
(Otomotiv) şasiye bağlanan batarya ucu
ground
(Havacılık) uçuşu önlemek
ground
kaide
ground
uçurtmamak (uçağı)
ground
(Kanun) gerekçe

O, hasta olduğu gerekçesiyle istifa etti. - He resigned on the grounds that he was ill.

Tom sağlık gerekçesiyle erken emekli oldu. - Tom took early retirement on health grounds.

ground
iyileşmek
ground
(gemi) karaya oturmak
ground
(uçak/vb.) yerde kalmaya zorlamak
ground
toprak hattı bağlamak
ground
saha

O, spor sahasını geçti. - He crossed the sports ground.

ground
karaya oturtmak
ground
zeminden
ground
zeminde
ground
zeminin
ground
{s} tortulu
ground
topraklama
ground
buzlu
ground
dip
ground
{f} dayandırmak
ground
yere indirmek
ground
{i} çoğ. (bir binaya/kuruluşa ait)
ground
{f} toprakla

Bilgisayarım doğru şekilde topraklanmış bir prize bağlı. - My computer is connected to a properly grounded outlet.

ground
cüce
ground
kurmak
ground
cam tozu
ground
{f} çakmak
ground
{f} yere sermek
ground
hareket izni vermemek
ground
topraklamak
ground
{s} çekilmiş

Salatanda taze çekilmiş karabiber istiyor musun? - Do you want fresh ground pepper on your salad?

ground
alan
ground
(Tekstil) 1. zemin 2. zeminlemek
ground
yüzey/yer
ground
esas
ground
f., bak. grind. s
ground
grind sürt/gıcırdat/öğüt
ground
{i} elek. toprak
ground
{i} yer (yerin yüzü): He fell to the ground. Yere düştü
ground
dayandır/yerde tut
ground
yerde kalmaya zorlamak
ground
{f} (birini) (ceza olarak) (ev
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von be ground im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

ground
The area of grass on which a match is played (a cricket field); the entire arena in which it is played; that part of the field behind a batsman's popping crease where he can not be run out (hence to make one's ground)
ground
Soil, earth

The worm crawls through the ground.

ground
Terrain

When the flight crew has their aircraft under control, everything is working normally and yet it still crashes into the ground, that's a Controlled Flight Into Terrain. - When the flight crew has their aircraft under control, everything is working normally and yet it still crashes into the ground, that's CFIT.

ground
To connect (an electrical conductor or device) to a ground
ground
Simple past tense and past participle of grind

I ground the coffee up nicely.

ground
The surface of the Earth, as opposed to the sky or water or underground
ground
Crushed, or reduced to small particles

ground mustard seed.

ground
A level of electrical potential used as a zero reference
ground
To require a disobedient child to remain at home or refrain from other privileges such as uses of the Internet, phone, TV, or music, usually as a punishment

The teenager's father decided to ground him for two weeks after he broke curfew again.

ground
Processed by grinding

lenses of ground glass.

ground
to place his bat, or part of his body, on the ground behind the popping crease so as not to be run out
ground
To forbid (an aircraft or pilot) to fly

Because of the bad weather, all flights were grounded.

ground
To gain a basic education (of a particular subject)

Jim was grounded in maths.

ground
a pavement or floor or any supporting surface on which one may walk
ground
{n} the upper part of the earth, foundation, soil, country, floor, cause
ground
{v} to lay on the gound, to instruct
Ground
grinded
Ground
gnd
ground
hit onto the ground
ground
The surface of the Earth
ground
- The term given to anything having an electrical potential of zero In a car this refers to the vehicle's chassis, which is connected to the negative terminal of the battery This is called a negative ground system
ground
If people or things of a particular kind are thin on the ground, there are very few of them. Good managers are often thin on the ground
ground
a connection between an electric circuit and the earth, the common point (e g 0V) to which all signals in a circuit are referenced
ground
Ground is used in expressions such as gain ground, lose ground, and give ground in order to indicate that someone gets or loses an advantage. There are signs that the party is gaining ground in the latest polls The US dollar lost more ground
ground
You can use ground in expressions such as on shaky ground and the same ground to refer to a particular subject, area of experience, or basis for an argument. Sensing she was on shaky ground, Marie changed the subject The French are on solid ground when they argue that competitiveness is no reason for devaluation It's often necessary to go over the same ground more than once
ground
A composition in which the bass, consisting of a few bars of independent notes, is continually repeated to a varying melody
ground
A conducting connection with the earth, whereby the earth is made part of an electrical circuit
ground
past of grind
ground
See Brussels lace, under Brussels
ground
are attached; usually in the plural
ground
{f} set on the ground; found, establish; teach someone the basics; attach to the earth (about an electrical conductor)
ground
the loose soft material that makes up a large part of the land surface; "they dug into the earth outside the church"
ground
That surface upon which the figures of a composition are set, and which relieves them by its plainness, being either of one tint or of tints but slightly contrasted with one another; as, crimson Bowers on a white ground
ground
throw to the ground in order to stop play and avoid being tackled behind the line of scrimmage
ground
{s} on or near the ground; broken into fine particles; shaped by grinding
ground
A conducting connection, whether intentional or accidental, between an electrical circuit (telecommunications) or equipment and earth, or to some conducting body that serves in place of the earth (Source ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A)
ground
emphasis If you say that a town or building is burnt to the ground or is razed to the ground, you are emphasizing that it has been completely destroyed by fire. The town was razed to the ground after the French Revolution
ground
If an argument, belief, or opinion is grounded in something, that thing is used to justify it. Her argument was grounded in fact They believe the soul is immortal, grounding this belief on the Divine nature of the human spirit. = base
ground
If you say that something takes place on the ground, you mean it takes place on the surface of the earth and not in the air. Coordinating airline traffic on the ground is as complicated as managing the traffic in the air
ground
(art) the surface (as a wall or canvas) prepared to take the paint for a painting a connection between an electrical device and the earth (which is a zero voltage) a relatively homogeneous percept extending back of the figure on which attention is focused a position to be won or defended in battle (or as if in battle); "they gained ground step by step"; "they fought to regain the lost ground"
ground
{i} soil; earth; bottom; field, area; base, foundation
ground
a connection between an electrical device and the earth (which is a zero voltage)
ground
a relatively homogeneous percept extending back of the figure on which attention is focused
ground
A connection from electrical equipment to a ground mat or to the earth, used to insure that the equipment (housing or structure) will be at the same potential (voltage) as the earth
ground
hit or reach the ground bring to the ground; "the storm grounded the ship
ground
If an aircraft or its passengers are grounded, they are made to stay on the ground and are not allowed to take off. The civil aviation minister ordered all the planes to be grounded A hydrogen leak forced NASA to ground the space shuttle
ground
grd
ground
the part of a scene (or picture) that lies behind objects in the foreground; "he posed her against a background of rolling hills"
ground
place or put on the ground
ground
If something such as a project gets off the ground, it begins or starts functioning. We help small companies to get off the ground
ground
To lay, set, or run, on the ground
ground
Sediment at the bottom of liquors or liquids; dregs; lees; feces; as, coffee grounds
ground
When parents ground a child, they forbid them to go out and enjoy themselves for a period of time, as a punishment. Thompson grounded him for a month, and banned television
ground
a connection between a circuit or equipment and the earth
ground
instruct someone in the fundamentals of a subject
ground
The connection between an electrical circuit and the earth or other large conducting body to serve as an earth thus making a complete electrical circuit
ground
You can refer to land as ground, especially when it has very few buildings or when it is considered to be special in some way. a stretch of waste ground This memorial stands on sacred ground
ground
In general, any surface covering of a plate or stone that the artist removes with various tools or chemical solutions to create an image In etching and aquatint, an acid resistant coating applied to the face of a metal plate to protect non-image areas from the action of the acid In mezzotint, the background produced by the roughening of the plate surface with roulettes and rockers (see: rocker, roulette) in maniere noire lithography, by extension, the solid black printing image of tusche or asphaltum that the artist works through to create an image that print whit or gray top
ground
A reference point at zero potential with respect to the earth In an electronic circuit it is the common return path for electric current A conducting connection between the earth and an electrical circuit or electrical equipment Also, the negative side of DC power supply
ground
If you prepare the ground for a future event, course of action, or development, you make it easier for it to happen. a political initiative which would prepare the ground for war
ground
The basis on which anything rests; foundation
ground
One of the pieces of wood, flush with the plastering, to which moldings, etc
ground
pl
ground
If you stand your ground or hold your ground, you continue to support a particular argument or to have a particular opinion when other people are opposing you or trying to make you change your mind. The spectacle of Sakharov standing his ground and speaking his mind gave me hope
ground
To found; to fix or set, as on a foundation, reason, or principle; to furnish a ground for; to fix firmly
ground
hit or reach the ground
ground
A gummy composition spread over the surface of a metal to be etched, to prevent the acid from eating except where an opening is made by the needle
ground
Hence: The foundation of knowledge, belief, or conviction; a premise, reason, or datum; ultimate or first principle; cause of existence or occurrence; originating force or agency; as, the ground of my hope
ground
the solid part of the earth's surface; "the plane turned away from the sea and moved back over land"; "the earth shook for several minutes"; "he dropped the logs on the ground"
ground
Hence: A territory appropriated to, or resorted to, for a particular purpose; the field or place of action; as, a hunting or fishing ground; a play ground
ground
To require a disobedient child to remain at home, usually as a punishment
ground
The part of a circuit or system that is the reference for the voltages existing in that circuit or system The ground consists of a material such as copper, steel, aluminum, or any other conductive material See REFERENCE
ground
You can use ground to refer to a place or situation in which particular methods or ideas can develop and be successful. The company has maintained its reputation as the developing ground for new techniques Colonialism is especially fertile ground for nationalist ideas
ground
To instruct in elements or first principles
ground
Any definite portion of the earth's surface; region; territory; country
ground
1 The electrical neutral line having the same potential as the surrounding earth 2 The negative side of DC power supply 3 Reference point for an electrical system
ground
A ground is an area of land which is specially designed and made for playing sport or for some other activity. In American English grounds is also used. the city's football ground. a parade ground
ground
bring to the ground; "the storm grounded the ship"
ground
A connection between a device or circuit and the earth or some device serving as the earth
ground
In etching and aquatint, an acid-resistant substance used to protect non-image areas of the plate from the action of acid See hardground and softground In mezzotint, it is the deep background produced by roughening the plate surface with roulettes or rockers (tools used to prick multiple, closely spaced indentations into a metal plate)
ground
hit onto the ground hit a groundball; "he grounded to the second baseman"
ground
hit a groundball; "he grounded to the second baseman"
ground
If you go to ground, you hide somewhere where you cannot easily be found. Citizens of East Beirut went to ground in basements and shelters
ground
The middle ground between two groups, ideas, or plans involves things which do not belong to either of these groups, ideas, or plans but have elements of each, often in a less extreme form. She seems to have found a middle ground in which mutual support, rather than complete dependency, is possible
ground
To cover with a ground, as a copper plate for etching see Ground, n
ground
A connection from an electrical circuit to the earth
ground
emphasis If you say that something such as a job or piece of clothing suits someone down to the ground, you mean that it is completely suitable or right for them
ground
fix firmly and stably; "anchor the lamppost in concrete"
ground
(art) the surface (as a wall or canvas) prepared to take the paint for a painting
ground
to have one's ear to the ground: see ear. Past tense and past participle of grind
ground
Ground meat has been cut into very small pieces in a machine. ground beef. The sausages are made of coarsely ground pork
ground
1 a conducting connection that by which an electric circuit or equipment is connected to the earth to establish and maintain a reference potential level 2 the voltage reference point in a circuit
ground
The ground is the soil and rock on the earth's surface. The ground had eroded. the marshy ground of the river delta
ground
a position to be won or defended in battle (or as if in battle); "they gained ground step by step"; "they fought to regain the lost ground"
ground
of Grind
ground
The ground is the surface of the earth. Forty or fifty women were sitting cross-legged on the ground We slid down the roof and dropped to the ground. Something that is below ground is under the earth's surface or under a building. Something that is above ground is on top of the earth's surface. People were making for the air-raid shelters below ground
ground
material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use); "the land had never been plowed"; "good agricultural soil"
ground
In sculpture, a flat surface upon which figures are raised in relief
ground
throw to the ground in order to stop play and avoid being tackled behind the line of scrimmage place or put on the ground confine or restrict to the ground; "After the accident, they grounded the plane and the pilot"
ground
use as a basis for; found on; "base a claim on some observation"
ground
cover with a primer; apply a primer to
ground
Basis, foundation, groundwork, legwork
ground
belonging to a homestead; as, the grounds of the estate are well kept
ground
An electrical connection to the earth, generally through a ground rod Also a common return to a point of zero potential, such as the metal chassis in radio equipment
ground
The grounds of a large or important building are the garden or area of land which surrounds it. the palace grounds. the grounds of the University
ground
broken or pounded into small fragments; used of e g ore or stone; "paved with crushed bluestone"; "ground glass is used as an abrasive"
ground
If a ship or boat is grounded or if it grounds, it touches the bottom of the sea, lake, or river it is on, and is unable to move off. Residents have been told to stay away from the region where the ship was grounded The boat finally grounded on a soft, underwater bank. a grounded oil tanker
ground
connect to a ground; "ground the electrical connections for safety reasons"
ground
A floor or pavement supposed to rest upon the earth
ground
In point lace, the net of small meshes upon which the embroidered pattern is applied; as, Brussels ground
ground
The surface of the earth; the outer crust of the globe, or some indefinite portion of it
ground
If you shift your ground or change your ground, you change the basis on which you are arguing
ground
If you stand your ground or hold your ground, you do not run away from a situation, but face it bravely. She had to force herself to stand her ground when she heard someone approaching
ground
The bottom of a body of water
ground
Background, context, framework, surroundings
ground
a relation that provides the foundation for something; "they were on a friendly footing"; "he worked on an interim basis"
ground
a rational motive for a belief or action; "the reason that war was declared"; "the grounds for their declaration"
ground
Land; estate; possession; field; esp
ground
The pit of a theater
ground
A conducting connection, intentional or accidental, between an electric circuit or equipment and the earth or some conducting body serving in place of the earth
ground
You can use ground to refer to an area of land, sea, or air which is used for a particular activity. Indian hunting grounds The best fishing grounds are around the islands
ground
A soccer stadium
ground
An electrical connection between a circuit and the earth Also refers to a conductor connected to earth In some instances, can refer to a central metallic point designated as having "zero" potential
ground
The ground in an electric plug or piece of electrical equipment is the wire through which electricity passes into the ground and which makes the equipment safe
ground
For safety reasons, electrical systems in the USA have a wire connected to earth ground at the service entrance This "ground" wire is run along with the two current carrying wires Most electrical equipment is electrically connected to this wire when a three wire plug is used to connect the equipment to the electrical power receptacle This third, non current carrying conductor which is connected to earth ground at the service entrance of a building is often referred to as "ground"
ground
The point within the earth's surface where effective ground conductivity exists The depth of this point varies with the frequency, the condition of the soil and the geographical region
ground
If something is grounds for a feeling or action, it is a reason for it. If you do something on the grounds of a particular thing, that thing is the reason for your action. In the interview he gave some grounds for optimism The court overturned that decision on the grounds that the Prosecution had withheld crucial evidence Owen was against it, on the grounds of expense
ground
The point of an electric circuit that is at a zero volt potential with respect to the earth Guaranteed Range The range of operation of a controller or controlled parameter which the manufacturer specifies reliable consistent operation Heat Dissipation Because all electrical devices offer resistance to the flow of current, heat will be generated (dissipated) when current is flowing through this resistance This undesired heating effect is a function of the device resistance and the amount of current that is flowing through it Heat Sinks are used to cool high current devices
ground
An electrical conductor connected to the ground
ground
to hit a ground ball; to hit a ground ball which results in an out. Compare fly (verb(regular)) and line (verb)
ground
the gardens, lawns, fields, etc
ground
The ground is an arbitrarily decided point whose voltage is taken as zero In many situations, equipment is connected physically to the actual, dirt ground, so that voltage is taken as zero--hence the name In England the term "earth" is used, for the same reason To be "grounded" means to be connected to a place that is maintained at the ground voltage
ground
An electrical connection to the earth, generally through a bonding conductor or ground grid Also a common return to a point of zero potential, such as the main grounding busbar See EIA/TIA 607
ground
5; or as paper or other materials with a uniform tint as a preparation for ornament
ground
If two people or groups find common ground, they agree about something, especially when they do not agree about other things
ground
the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface
ground
The tune on which descants are raised; the plain song
ground
approval If you break new ground, you do something completely different or you do something in a completely different way. Gellhorn may have broken new ground when she filed her first report on the Spanish Civil War
ground
To connect with the ground so as to make the earth a part of an electrical circuit
ground
confine or restrict to the ground; "After the accident, they grounded the plane and the pilot"
ground
(Otomotiv) An object that makes an electrical connection with the earth, to safely complete an electrical circuit. For example, one terminal of the battery is wired to the metal frame of the vehicle to utilize the frame as a path for returning electric current to the battery and thus completing the electrical circuit. All U.S. vehicles are "negative ground" - because the negative terminal is wired to the frame of the car. In some countries, this is called "negative earth."
ground
Ground is the past tense and past participle of grind. see also grounding, home ground
ground
A conducting connection, whether intentional or accidental, between an electrical circuit or equipment and the earth, or to some conducting body that serves in place of the earth
ground
To run aground; to strike the bottom and remain fixed; as, the ship grounded on the bar
ground
instruct someone in the fundamentals of a subject connect to a ground; "ground the electrical connections for safety reasons"
ground
1 The earth's surface, especially the earth's land surface Used in combination to form adjectives, as in ground-to-air, ground-to-ground , and air-to-ground See surface
ground
The area of grass on which a match is played (a cricket field); the entire arena in which it is played; that part of the field behind a batsmans popping crease where he can not be run out (hence to make ones ground)
ground
minced
be ground

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