buckle

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} toka

Bir kemer tokası çalan idam edilecek; bir devlet çalan bir prens olur. - He who steals a belt buckle will be executed; he who steals a state becomes a prince.

burkulmak
şeklini değiştirmek
flambaj
(Otomotiv) katlama
yer yer kabarmak
karın verme
çarpılmak
basınç ile eğrmek
tokalamak
tokalı bir şeyi bağlamak
birleştirmek (toka ile)
kopçalamak
bükülmek
{f} boyun eğmek
kopça
yamultmak
eğilmek
eğmek
kırım
bükmek
eğim
çıkıntı
yamulmak
toka ya da kopça ile tutturmak
{f} iliştirmek
{f} toka ile tutturmak
{f} yer yer kabarmak/kamburlaşmak
{f} (tokalı bir şeyi) bağlamak
ısı veya basınç ile bükülmek
toka,v.toka ile bağla: n.toka
{i} eğilme
{f} çökmeye başlamak
buckle eğ/eğil/bağla
eğim/toka
{f} yenilgiyi kabul etmek
toka veya kopça ile tutturmak
eğrilmek veya bükmek buckle down to work ise ciddiyetle girişmek
(toka/kopça ile) tutturmak
toka ile bağlamak
(Teknik,Tekstil) kemer tokası
bel vermek
tokal
tokalı
belt buckle
kemer tokası

Bir kemer tokası çalan idam edilecek; bir devlet çalan bir prens olur. - He who steals a belt buckle will be executed; he who steals a state becomes a prince.

buckle down
sıkı çalış
buckle to
(deyim) canla başla çalışmak
buckle to
(deyim) güç birliği etmek
buckle up
kemerlerinizi bağlayın
buckle up
bağlamak
buckle down
(işe) dört elle sarılmak
buckle under
teslim ol
buckle up
bağla
buckle to
kendini vermek, sıkı çalışmak
buckle under
Teslim olmak , boyun eğmek
buckle up
emniyet kemerini bağlamak

Were you buckled up when the accident happened?.

buckle down
ciddiyetle/gayretle çalışmak
buckle down to
hevesle girişmek
buckle down to
dört elle sarılmak
buckle down to
girişmek
buckle down to
(Fiili Deyim ) girişmek , sıkı çalışmak , çabalamak
buckle down to something
(deyim) bir işe dört elle sarılmak
buckle folding
flambaj (bukle) kıvrımlanma
buckle folding
(Jeoloji) flambaj kıvrımlanma
buckle folding
(Jeoloji) bukle kıvrımlanma
buckle on
toka ile tutturmak
buckle on
(tokalı bir kayışla) (bir şeyi) takmak/giymek
buckle on
iliştirmek
buckle oneself to
girişmek
buckle oneself to
dört elle sarılmak
buckle sandal
tokalı sandalet
buckle tacking
(Tekstil) toka dikimi
buckle the leg
ayak burkmak
buckle under
boyun eğmek
buckle under
(Fiili Deyim ) teslim olmak , boyun emek
buckle up
toka ile tutturmak
buckle up
iliştirmek
buckling
burkulma
buckle up
emniyet kemeri bağlamak
buckling
bükülerek
buckling
buruşma
buckling
yığılma
buckling
bükülen
buckling
(Havacılık) elyafın kıvrılması
buckling
(Jeoloji) büklüm
buckling
(Havacılık) titreşim
buckling
(Çevre) bükülme
belt buckle
toka

Bir kemer tokası çalan idam edilecek; bir devlet çalan bir prens olur. - He who steals a belt buckle will be executed; he who steals a state becomes a prince.

buckled
buruşuk
buckling
{f} bükül
buckling
{i} bükülüm
buckled
bükülmüş
buckling
İsli ringa balığı

Tütsülenmiş ringa balığına isli ringa balığı denir. - Smoked herring is called buckling.

buckling
YİÐİLMA: Arkadan gelen birliklerin, öndeki birliklerin içine girmeleri sonucu yürüyüş kolunda meydana gelen yığılma
to buckle down
aşağı toka etmek
turn buckle
toka çevirmek
buckled
burusuk
buckling
{i} burulma
buckling
flambaj
buckling
isli ringa balığı

Tütsülenmiş ringa balığına isli ringa balığı denir. - Smoked herring is called buckling.

buckling
(Askeri) YIĞILMA: Arkadan gelen birliklerin, öndeki birliklerin içine girmeleri sonucu yürüyüş kolunda meydana gelen yığılma
buckling
(Nükleer Bilimler) akıbüküm,büküm
buckling
i., mek. flambaj; burkulma; buruşma
do up the buckle
toka takmak
fasten buckle
toka takmak
gold buckle
altın toka
recess for spring buckle
susta kasası meme yuvası
shoe buckle
atkı
trouser buckle
(Tekstil) pantalon tokası
twin buckle
(Otomotiv) çift toka
twin buckle
(Otomotiv) çift halka
undo the buckle
toka çıkarmak
undo the buckle
tokayı çıkarmak
Englisch - Englisch
An upward, elongated displacement of a roof membrane frequently occurring over insulation or deck joints. A buckle may be an indication of movement with the roof assembly
To distort or collapse under physical pressure; especially, of a slender structure in compression
To fasten using a buckle
The brisure of an eighth daughter
A clasp used for fastening two things together, such as the ends of a belt, or for retaining the end of a strap
To give in; to react suddenly or adversely to stress or pressure (of a person)

It is amazing that he has never buckled after so many years of doing such urgent work.

{n} a fastening, ornament, curl of hair
{v} to fasten with a buckle, curl, bend, bow, condescend, apply, prepare for, engage
A contorted expression, as of the face
A partial collapse of the pipe due to excessive bending associated with soil instability, land slides, washouts, frost heaves, earthquakes, etc
fold or collapse; "His knees buckled"
A buckle is a piece of metal or plastic attached to one end of a belt or strap, which is used to fasten it. He wore a belt with a large brass buckle
Usually matching the case, it attaches the two parts of the leather strap around the wrist
Rotation of a base about the X axis
If your legs or knees buckle, they bend because they have become very weak or tired. Mcanally's knees buckled and he crumpled down onto the floor. a piece of metal used for fastening the two ends of a belt, for fastening a shoe, bag etc, or for decoration
{i} clasp; knob, bend, protrusion
fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong fold or collapse; "His knees buckled"
When you buckle a belt or strap, you fasten it. A door slammed in the house and a man came out buckling his belt
To enter upon some labor or contest; to join in close fight; to struggle; to contend
To bend permanently; to become distorted; to bow; to curl; to kink
fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong
to fail by an inelastic change in alignment, usually because of compression
To yield; to give way; to cease opposing
fasten with a buckle or buckles
A curl of hair, esp
Is a type of cake made in a single layer with berries added to the batter It is usually made with blueberries The topping is similar to a streusel, which gives it a bucled or crumpled appearance
To join in marriage
A distortion bulge, bend, or kink, as in a saw blade or a plate of sheet metal
If an object buckles or if something buckles it, it becomes bent as a result of very great heat or force. The door was beginning to buckle from the intense heat A freak wave had buckled the deck
bend out of shape, as under pressure or from heat; "The highway buckled during the heatwave"
a shape distorted by twisting or folding
To bend out of a true vertical plane, as a wall
To prepare for action; to apply with vigor and earnestness; generally used reflexively
a kind of crisp curl formerly worn; also, the state of being curled
To fasten or confine with a buckle or buckles; as, to buckle a harness
A condition present in metal where a heavy crease is existent Mostly observed on the frame and bumper reinforcement bars
fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong fold or collapse; "His knees buckled" fasten with a buckle or buckles
Waves or bulges that appear in pages and canvas, generally from too much moisture and uneven drying
A long, tented displacement of a roof membrane Can occur over insulation and deck joints
an upward, elongated tenting displacement of a roof membrane frequently occurring over insulation or deck joints A buckle may be an indication of movement within the roof assembly
To bend; to cause to kink, or to become distorted
A device, usually of metal, consisting of a frame with one more movable tongues or catches, used for fastening things together, as parts of dress or harness, by means of a strap passing through the frame and pierced by the tongue
{f} clasp, clamp, fasten, belt; bend, warp; be bent or warped; give way, yield
A deformation in the paper which appears as an irregular corrugation with its axis parallel to the paper's cross direction It occurs on the paper near to the reel core and it is the result of loose winding
buckle cavity
Malapropistic misconstruction of buccal cavity

Immanent sound in the human body is grouped into five types on the basis of its quality of development from the root of the naval to the cerebrum and the buckle cavity of the mouth through the heart and the throat.

buckle down
To put forth the needed effort; to focus; become serious; apply oneself (e.g. to work or study)

If he would buckle down and do his homework, he could be an excellent student.

buckle up
To fasten one's seat belt or safety belt

Buckle up every time you drive somewhere in a car, and make sure your passengers buckle up, too.

buckle down
set to work with vigor
buckle down
work very hard, like a slave
buckle under
give way, yield
buckle under
consent reluctantly
buckle up
fasten a safety belt
buckling
A young male domestic goat of between one and two years.Technical Development Committee of the National Veterinary Association of Great Britain and Ireland, The Husbandry and Diseases of Goats, published 1950, page 6: “Goatling’ refers to a female yearling; ‘buckling’ to a male yearling.” “buckling” in Robert Alan Lewis, CRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences, CRC Press (2002), ISBN 0-8493-2327-4, page 220: “a male goat, 1 to 2 years of age”. W. A. Greig and George Amos Banham, Banham’s The Veterinary Surgeons’ Vade Mecum (formerly Veterinary Posology and Other Information), Baillière, Tindall and Cox (1952), page 166: “a male between one and two years of age”

I milk the goats and put wethers (the castrated bucklings) in the freezer with ducks, chickens, rabbits, and lambs.

buckling
The action of collapsing under pressure or stress
buckling
Smoked herring
belt buckle
the buckle used to fasten a belt
buckled
past of buckle
buckled
{s} fastened, clasped
buckled
Buckled shoes have buckles on them, either to fasten them or as decoration
buckles
plural of buckle
buckles
third-person singular of buckle
buckling
Cans becoming permanently distorted along the double seam; caused by excessive internal pressure
buckling
1 An unstable state of equilibrium of a thin-walled body stemming from compressive stresses in the walls
buckling
A young male domestic goat of between one and two years
buckling
Distortion caused by the heat of a welding process
buckling
The effect of shrinkage of the outside edges of film
buckling
Lateral Deflection; to Bend or Warp under an External Load
buckling
Wavy; curling, as hair
buckling
present participle of buckle
buckling
A failure mode usually characterized by fiber deflection rather than breaking under compressive action
buckling
A mode of structural response characterized by an out-of-plane material deflection due to compressive action on the structural element involved In advanced composites, buckling may take the form not only of conventional general instability and local instability but also a micro-instability of individual fibers
buckling
bowing or lateral deflection of compression springs when compressed, related to the slenderness ratio (L/D)
buckling
Mode of failure under compression of a structural component that is thin (see shell structure) or much longer than wide (e.g., post, column, leg bone). Leonhard Euler first worked out in 1757 the theory of why such members buckle. The definition by Thomas Young of the elastic modulus significantly propelled building construction science forward. The elastic theory formed the basis of structural analysis until World War II, when the behaviour of bomb-damaged buildings forced the modification of some of the theory's underlying assumptions. See also post-and-beam system
buckling
Structural failure by gross lateral deflection of a slender element under bending stress, such as the sideward buckling of a long, slender column or the buckling of a beam in the lower center of its span
buckling
A failure usually characterized by fiber deflection rather than breaking because of compressive action
buckling
sudden out-of-plane deformation of slender members or thin-walled structures under compressive loading
buckling
The bending of a building material as a result of wear and tear or contact with a substance such as water
buckling
Bowing or lateral deflection of compression springs when compressed, related to the slenderness ration (L/D)
buckling
A folding into hills and valleys
buckle
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