buoy

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Askeri) duba
yükselmek
can yeleği
yüzdürmek
güçlendirmek
desteklemek
cankurtaran simidi
su yüzünde tutmak
şamandıra
{f} yüksel
{i} şamandıra. f
{f} şamandıra ile işaret koymak
(isim) şamandıra
şamandıra ile işaret koymak veya etmek
buoy destekle/yüzdür
suyun yüzünde tutmak
cankurtaran simidi veya yeleği
{f} su üzerinde tutmak
buoy dues
(Askeri,Ticaret) şamandıra ücreti
buoy up
yüzdürmek
buoy up
neşelendirmek
buoy rope
şamandıra halatı
buoy up
{i} yüzen
buoy up
moral vermek
buoy up
{f} yüzdür
buoy dues
samandıra ücreti
buoy rope
samandıra halatı
buoy mooring
(Askeri) şamandıra bağlaması
buoy out
şamandıra ile işaret koymak
buoy s.o. up
birini neşelendirmek
buoy tender
(Askeri) şamandıra kayığı
buoy up
{f} yüksek tutmak
buoy up
{f} desteklik etmek
bell buoy
çanlı şamandra
marker buoy
(Askeri) işaret şamandırası
barrel buoy
fıçı şamandıra
bell buoy
çanlı samandra
can buoy
şamandıra
combination buoy
ışıklı şamandıra
conical buoy
konik şamandıra
gong buoy
zilli şamandıra
life buoy
cankurtaran simiti
life buoy
can simidi
light buoy
fener şamandırası
spar buoy
gönderli şamandıra
whistle buoy
şamandıra
bell buoy
canlı samandra
go round the buoy
samandıra geziniyor
gong buoy
zilli samandıra
rigid mooring buoy
rijit bağlama samandıra
spar buoy
gönderli samandıra
barrel buoy
fıçı şamandra
bell buoy
çanlı şamandıra
can buoy
koni biçiminde işaret şamandırası
control buoy
(Askeri) İŞARET ŞAMANDIRASI: Bir su altı mayınının veya mayın şebekesinin mevkiini veya muhtemel yerini gösteren şamandıra. Buna "marking buoy" da denir
dan buoy
(Askeri) İŞARET ŞAMANDIRASI: Mayın tarama harekatı sırasında mayın sahalarının sınırlarını, taranmış sahaları, bilinen tehlikeler ve diğer bölgeleri veya nirengi noktalarını belirlemekte kullanılan geçici işaret şamandıraları
datum dan buoy
(Askeri) Bir deniz mayın harbinde, bir coğrafi nirengi veya miyar olacak işaret şamandırasının daha görülebilir ve normal işaret şamandırasına nazaran daha güvenli bağlanmış olması gerekir
datum marker buoy
(Askeri) veri işaret şamandırası
drum buoy
(Denizbilim) davul şamandıra
gong buoy
(Askeri) canlı şamandıra
life buoy
cankurtaran simidi
marking buoy
(Askeri) işaretleme şamandırası
marking buoy
(Askeri) MARKALAMA/İŞARETLEME ŞAMANDIRASI: Bak. "control buoy"
marking buoy
(Askeri) markalama şamandırası
mine buoy
(Askeri) mayın şamandırası
mine buoy
(Askeri) MAYIN ŞAMANDIRASI: Bir sualtı mayınını veya sualtı mayın tarlasını göstermek üzere, suda bir yere demirlenmiş yüzücü şamandıra veya cisim
mooring buoy
(Askeri) demirleme  şamandırası
multiple moored buoy
(Askeri) çoklu bağlanan şamandıra
wreck buoy
(Denizbilim) batık şamandırası
Englisch - Englisch
A lifebuoy
To keep afloat or aloft
To support or maintain at a high level
To mark with a buoy
A float moored in water to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel
{v} to keep afloat, float, support, uphold
{n} a floating cask or light piece of wood fastened over an anchor or shoal water for a direction, or to bear a cable
To float; to rise like a buoy
a floating object moored to the bottom, to mark a channel or to point out the position of something beneath the water, as an anchor, shoal, rock, etc
{i} anchored float used as a guide to navigators
To fix buoys to; to mark by a buoy or by buoys; as, to buoy an anchor; to buoy or buoy off a channel
keep afloat; "The life vest buoyed him up"
Warning float moored on a dangerous rock, shoal, or edge of a channel
A float; especially a floating object moored to the bottom, to mark a CHANNEL, anchor, shoal rock, etc Some common types include: a nun or nut buoy is conical in shape; a can buoy is squat and cylindrical above water and conical below water; a spar buoy is a vertical, slender spar anchored at one end; a bell buoy, bearing a bell, runs mechanically or by the action of waves, usually marks shoals or rocks; a whistling buoy, similarly operated, marks shoals or channel entrances; a dan buoy carries a pole with a flag or light on it
A floating object employed as an aid to mariners to mark the navigable limits of channels, their fairways, sunken dangers, isolated rocks, telegraph cables, and the like
a floating marker in the water, as in: When they saw the buoy, they knew they were entering the channel
a floating device used to mark a turning point on a racecourse
Anchored floating object, marking a channel, hidden dangers, etc
To keep from sinking in a fluid, as in water or air; to keep afloat; with up
If someone in a difficult situation is buoyed by something, it makes them feel more cheerful and optimistic. In May they danced in the streets, buoyed by their victory German domestic consumption buoyed the German economy. Buoy up means the same as buoy. They are buoyed up by a sense of hope. an object that floats on the sea, a lake etc to mark a safe or dangerous area (Probably from boye, boeie, from boia ; because a buoy is kept in place with a chain)
A float; esp
To support or sustain; to preserve from sinking into ruin or despondency
A marker used for navigation, mooring, or racing around
bright-colored; a float attached by rope to the seabed to mark channels in a harbor or underwater hazards mark with a buoy keep afloat; "The life vest buoyed him up"
Navigational aid There are several types and colors of buoys of which the most numerous are: the black can (seen as a fuzzy black spot on the horizon) the red nun (seen as a fuzzy black spot on the horizon) the red or green day beacon(seen as a fuzzy black spot on the horizon), and the vertically striped black-and-white channel marker (seen as a fuzzy black spot on the horizon)
bright-colored; a float attached by rope to the seabed to mark channels in a harbor or underwater hazards
A distinctly shaped and marked float, sometimes carrying a signal or signals, anchored to mark a channel, anchorage, navigational hazard, etc , or to provide a mooring place away from shore (Stein 1973)
A float; especially a floating object moored to the bottom, to mark a CHANNEL, anchor, SHOAL, ROCK, etc Some common types include: a nun or nut buoy is conical in shape; a can buoy is squat and cylindrical above water and conical below water; a spar buoy is a vertical, slender spar anchored at one end; a bell buoy, bearing a bell, runs mechanically or by the action of WAVES, usually marks SHOALS or ROCKS; a whistling buoy, similarly operated, marks SHOALS or channel entrances; a dan buoy carries a pole with a flag or light on it
mark with a buoy
(pronounced bü-ē) a rounded cork shaped object that is usually made of styrofoam that can float Buoys are tied with rope to traps to mark where they are in the water Each fisherman has a particular colour scheme for their buoys so that they can distinguish whose is whose
An anchored float used for marking a position on the water or a hazardor a shoal and for mooring
float on the surface of water
{f} keep afloat; support, sustain, encourage
A buoy is a floating object that is used to show ships and boats where they can go and to warn them of danger
An anchored floating object that serves as a navigation aid Also used to mark a mooring spot
a floating platform for navigational purposes or supporting scientific instruments that measure environmental conditions
buoy rope
The rope that secures a buoy to an anchor on the seabed
buoy tender
Someone charged in looking after buoys
buoy tender
A ship used to maintain navigational buoys
buoy up
To uplift, hearten, inspire or raise the spirits
buoy up
keep afloat; "The life vest buoyed him up"
buoy up
{f} make more happy or cheerful; keep afloat
buoy up
make more cheerful
anchor buoy
A small buoy, usually painted a distinctive color, attached to an anchor by a light line and used to indicate the location of the anchor on the bottom
bell buoy
A buoy on which is mounted a bell with four clappers, hung inside an iron cage, which is rung by the motion of the waves
breeches buoy
a ring lifebuoy, fitted with canvas breeches, rigged between ship and shore, for rescuing seamen when a ship is in danger of breaking up; also used for transferring people from ship to ship at sea
can buoy
a truncated conical buoy, normally painted red and white, and numbered with even numbers, used to show the port side of a channel; the starboard side is marked with a conical buoy
conical buoy
a buoy in the shape of a cone, normally painted black, and numbered with odd numbers, used to show the starboard side of a channel; the port side is marked with a can buoy
dan buoy
A small buoy, made of cork with a small flag, used to temporarily mark a position at sea, normally to mark a fishing ground or a minesweeping area
life-buoy
torus-shaped object of density low enough to keep a person, which usually slips his head, shoulders, and arms through it, afloat. Often coloured white and bright red to be seen from great distance and in adverse weather or light conditions. Designed to be thrown after a person that went overboard; hence often found attached to railings close to water, e.g. on a ship.So this product was designed to save lives
A buoy
deadhead
acoustic buoy
a buoy that can be heard (at night)
bell buoy
A buoy fitted with a warning bell that is activated by the movement of the waves
bell buoy
a buoy with a bell on it
breeches buoy
a life buoy in the form of a ring with short breeches for support; used to transfer people from a ship
buoyed
past of buoy
buoying
present participle of buoy
buoys
third-person singular of buoy
buoys
plural of , buoy
can buoy
See under Buoy, n
conical buoy
a buoy resembling a cone
life buoy
a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material
life buoy
A buoyant device, such as a cork or polystyrene ring, for keeping a person afloat in water
light buoy
anchored float equipped with a bright light (used to help ship captains navigate during nighttime hours)
ring buoy
A life preserver in the shape of a ring
spar buoy
a buoy resembling a vertical log
whistle buoy
a buoy that makes a whistling noise
buoy

    Türkische aussprache

    bui

    Aussprache

    /ˈbo͞oē/ /ˈbuːiː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bü-E, 'boi ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English buoy, boye 'a float', from Middle Dutch boeye 'a float, signal; line, tether' (cf. Dutch boei 'buoy'), from Old French boie, buie 'line, fetter, chain', from Latin boiæ 'fetters', originally, 'leather collar for the neck', from Ancient Greek boeîai 'strap of ox-leather', from boûs 'ox'. More at cow.

    Tempora

    buoys, buoying, buoyed

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