camouflage

listen to the pronunciation of camouflage
Englisch - Türkisch
kamufle etmek
kamuflaj

Avcı kamuflaj giysisi giydi. - The hunter wore camouflage clothing.

Tom bir kamuflaj ceket giydi. - Tom wore a camouflage jacket.

{f} kamufle et

Tom kendini kamufle etmeye çalıştı. - Tom tried to camouflage himself.

KAMUFLAJ, GİZLEME: Askeri birliklerin, malzemelerin, teçhizatın ve tesislerin keşfedilmesi ve/veya teşhis edilmesi ihtimalini en az kılmak amacıyla gizleme ve şekil değiştirmenin kullanılması. Kamuflaj; tabii ve yapay maddelerin tatbik edilmesinin yanısıra doğal çevreden avantaj sağlamayı kapsar
i., ask. kamuflaj, saklama, gizleme. f., ask. kamufle etmek, gizlemek
gizleme
peçeleme
gizlemek
alalama
camouflage of earnings
örtülü kazanç
camouflage tent
kamuflaj çadırı
camouflage detection photography
(Askeri) KAMUFLAJI TESPİT FOTOĞRAFI: Kamuflajın tespiti amacıyla özel tip bir filmden (genellikle enfraruj) faydalanan fotoğraf. Ayrıca bakınız: "false color film"
camouflage discipline
(Askeri) KAMUFLAJ DİSİPLİNİ, GİZLEME DİSİPLİNİ, PEÇELEME DİSİPLİNİ: Askeri malzeme veya şahısların gizlenmesi için yapılan görünüş değişiklerinin iyi bir durumda devam ettirilmesi veya düşman gözetlemesinden korunmak için konulmuş bulunan gizleme kaidelerine riayet
camouflage net
(Askeri) KAMUFLAJ AĞI, GİZLEME AĞI, PEÇELEME AĞI: Üzerine ot, bez parçası, dal gibi peçeleme malzemesi takılan ağ. Peçeleme ağı iplerden yapılır ve top mevzileri ile askeri malzemelerinin görünüşlerini değiştirmek veya gizlemek için üzerine konur. Standart peçeleme ağı bulunmadığı taktirde, bunun yerine, kümes teli veya buna benzer ağlar kullanılabilir. Buna kısaca, "net" denir
camouflage nets
(Askeri) Gizleme ağı
camouflage smocks
(Askeri) Kamuflaj (ceketleri) elbisesi
camouflage, concealment, and deception
(Askeri) kamuflaj, gizleme ve aldatma
camouflaged
kamufle et(mek)
third person singular of camouflage
üçüncü kişi kamuflaj tekil
camouflaged
kamufle et
electronic camouflage
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektronik kamuflaj
fixed camouflage
(Askeri) DEVAMLI KAMUFLAJ: Herhangi bir şeyin üzerindeki kamuflajın, uzun müddet kalacak şekilde yapılması. Örneğin, bir gemiyi boyamak veya devamlı sahte tesisler vücuda getirmek gibi
radar camouflage
(Askeri) RADAR KAMUFLAJI: Bir cismin sathının radar yansıtma özelliklerini değiştirmek üzere radar intişarları emici veya yansıtıcı malzemenin kullanılması
to camouflage
kamufle etmek
to camouflage
peçelemek
to camouflage
gizlemek
to camouflage
alalamak
winter camouflage net
(Askeri) kış için kamuflaj
Englisch - Englisch
The use of natural or artificial material on personnel, objects, or tactical positions with the aim of confusing, misleading, or evading the enemy.(JP 1-02 Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms)
A pattern on clothing consisting of irregularly shaped patches that are either greenish/brownish, brownish/whitish, or bluish/whitish, as used by ground combat forces
Resemblance of an organism to its surroundings for avoiding detection
Clothes made from camouflage fabric, for concealment in combat or hunting
The act of disguising
A disguise or covering up
To hide or disguise something by covering it up or changing the way it looks
– To blend in with one’s surroundings
the measures taken, or the material used, to conceal or misrepresent a military position
The way in which an animal hides itself from an enemy, changing its body shape or colour to blend into its surroundings
the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance; "he is a master of disguise"
The use of natural or artificial material on personnel, objects, or tactical positions with the aim of confusing, misleading, or evading the enemy
If military buildings or vehicles are camouflaged, things such as leaves, branches, or brown and green paint are used to make it difficult for an enemy to see them. You won't see them from the air. They'd be very well camouflaged
If you camouflage something such as a feeling or a situation, you hide it or make it appear to be something different. I think that there has been an attempt to camouflage what really happened. = conceal Camouflage is also a noun. The constant partygoing of her later years was a desperate camouflage for her grief
any way used to conceal one's self from an enemy; especially by using the colors and shadows of your background
an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of something; "the theatrical notion of disguise is always associated with catastrophe in his stories"
Making something difficult to see by matching it to its surroundings A white polar bear on white snow matches its surroundings and is difficult to see
Colors and patterns that blend in with the surroundings, used to disguise or hide oneself
{f} disguise; hide with camouflage
device or stratagem for concealment or deceit
device or stratagem for concealment or deceit fabric dyed with splotches of green and brown and black and tan; intended to make the wearer of a garment made of this fabric hard to distinguish from the background disguise by camouflaging; exploit the natural surroundings to disguise something; "The troops camoflaged themselves before they went into enemy territory
Colours or patterns that make something hard to see Many animals use camouflage to hide from their predators
disguise by camouflaging; exploit the natural surroundings to disguise something; "The troops camoflaged themselves before they went into enemy territory"
behavior designed to deceive or hide Their color blends with the snow
The way that the color or shape of an animal appears to mix with its surroundings to prevent it from being seen by attackers
{i} disguise; coloring which blends with the surroundings
Camouflage is the way in which some animals are coloured and shaped so that they cannot easily be seen in their natural surroundings. to hide something, especially by making it look the same as the things around it, or by making it seem like something else camouflage sth with sth. Art and practice of concealment and visual deception in war. Its goal is to prevent enemy observation of installations, personnel, equipment, and activities. Camouflage came into wide use in World War I in response to air warfare. Aerial reconnaissance (and later aerial bombardment) required concealment of troops and equipment. By World War II, long-range bombing threatened warring countries in their entirety, and almost everything of military significance was hidden to some degree, using mottled, dull-coloured paint patterns (green, gray, or brown), cloth garnishing, netting, and natural foliage. Dummies and decoys, including fake vehicles and airfields, tricked enemy planes into bombing harmless targets. It remained an important technique after World War II, used with notable success by communist guerrilla units in the Vietnam War
The use of concealment and disguise to minimize detection or identification of troops, weapons, equipment, and installations It includes taking advantage of the immediate environment as well as using natural and artificial materials
fabric dyed with splotches of green and brown and black and tan; intended to make the wearer of a garment made of this fabric hard to distinguish from the background
To attempt to confuse, disguise or conceal sign by covering with natural substances, brushing out or using a means to cover or make sign difficult to see Also used to deceive or confuse the direction of travel, or disguise the number of persons in the group See Also: Deception
is the outward appearance that makes an animal, or thing, seem to be part of its natural surroundings The white winter fur coat of a prairie rabbit is a natural camouflage It prevents the rabbit from being easily seen against the snow Many prairie creatures are brown to blend in with their grassy surroundings Small animals that do not change colours usually hibernate during the long, cold prairie winters
Camouflage consists of things such as leaves, branches, or brown and green paint, which are used to make it difficult for an enemy to see military forces and equipment. They were dressed in camouflage and carried automatic rifles. a camouflage jacket
a pattern on clothing consisting of unregularly shaped patches that are either greenish/brownish, brownish/whitish, or bluish/whitish, as used in the army
v to disguise, false pretense
Term describing colours/materials used to make one and one's SuperSoaker® match the terrain to minimize the chance of being detected
An animal's disguise, usually through color, that enables it to blend in with its surroundings
camouflage colors
colors which serve as a disguise, colors which blend into the background
camouflage net
thin fabric printed with a camouflage pattern
camouflaged
wearing, in, or treated with, camouflage; disguised
camouflaged
Simple past tense and past participle of camouflage
dazzle camouflage
A paint scheme used on ships, mainly during World War I, consisting of a complex pattern of geometric shapes in contrasting colours, interrupting and intersecting each other
camouflaged
wearing, or treated with, camouflage; disguised
camouflaged
made invisible by means of protective coloring
camouflaged
past of camouflage
camouflages
third person singular of camouflage
camouflages
plural of camouflage
radar camouflage
covering for a combat vehicle or weapon that makes it undetectable by radar
camouflage

    Silbentrennung

    cam·ou·flage

    Türkische aussprache

    kämıfläj

    Antonyme

    reveal, show, uncover

    Aussprache

    /ˈkaməˌfläᴢʜ/ /ˈkæməˌflɑːʒ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ka-m&-"fläzh, -"fl&a ] (noun.) 1917. French camoufler (“to veil, disguise”), alteration (due to camouflet "to blow smoke in one's face") of Italian camuffare (“to muffle the head”) from ca- (from Italian capo "head") + muffare (“to muffle”), from Medieval Latin muffula, muffla (“muff”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *molfell (“soft garment made of hide”) from *mol (“softened, forworn”) (akin to Old High German molawēn "to soften", Middle High German molwic "soft") + *fell (“hide, skin”) from Proto-Germanic *fillan (“skin, film, fleece”) from Proto-Indo-European *pel(e)(w)-, *plē(w)- (“skin, hide”). Akin to Old High German fel (“fell, skin, hide”), Old English fell (“fell, skin, hide”). Alternate etymology traces the Italian and Medieval Latin words to Middle High German mouwe, mōwe (“sleeve”) (German Muff "muff", Dutch mouw "sleeve") from Proto-Germanic *mauvō (“sleeve”) + fell "skin". More at mulch, fell.

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