canopy

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Englisch - Türkisch
Paraşüt kumaşı
f gölgelik
{f} kaplamak
(Politika, Siyaset) gökkubbe
baldaken
(Havacılık) paraşüt şemsiyesi
güneşlik
karyola sayvanı
markiz
gölgelik
tente
örtü
Savaş uçaklarında kokpiti çevreleyen cam kubbe
(İnşaat) açık kabin, siper
{f} örtmek
{i} paraşüt
gölgelik/örtü
{i} sayvan; karyola sayvanı; baldaken; markiz
{i} gök kubbe
ustunü örtmek
f gölgelemek
{i} kubbe
{f} gölgelemek
{i} saçak
(Askeri) PİLOT YERİ KAPAĞI
(Mukavele) güneşlik, güneş kırıcı, saçak, gölgelik
(Havacılık) kapak
kanopi
canopy express
(Askeri) kamyonet
canopy of heaven
gök kubbe
canopy, casing
tente, gazino
canopy cells
(Havacılık) kanopi hücreleri
canopy depth
(Havacılık) kanopi derinliği
canopy diameter
(Askeri) şemsiye çapı
canopy door
yatay kalkar kapı
canopy drag area
(Havacılık) kanopi direnç alanı
canopy express
(Askeri) (TRUCK) KAMYONET: Esas itibari ile hafif yük taşımaya mahsus bir kamyon. Bu aracın üstü, sağlam bir şekilde, yanları ise bezle kapalıdır
canopy hood
sundurma
canopy hood
kapı üstü saçağı
canopy inflation
(Havacılık) kanopinin açık şekli
canopy jettison gun
(Havacılık) kanopi fırlatma düzeni
canopy loading
(Havacılık) kanopi yüklemesi
canopy lobes
(Havacılık) kanopi yüzeyi
canopy of heaven
gökyüzü
canopy open area
(Havacılık) kanopi açık alanı
cockpit canopy
kokpit kanopisi
ice canopy
yığın buzla
altar canopy
(Mimarlık) siboryum
bubble canopy
(Havacılık) küremsi pilot yeri
cockpit canopy
(Havacılık) pilot mahalli kanopisi
cockpit canopy
(Havacılık) pilot mahalli kapağı
deployment aid canopy
(Havacılık) açılma yardım kanopisi
entrance canopy
giriş saçağı
jungle canopy to locate guerrilla units
(Askeri) Gerilla birliklerinin tesbiti için
parachute canopy
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT KUBBESİ: Bak. " canopy" ve "parachute"
Englisch - Englisch
In an airplane, the transparent cockpit cover
Any overhanging or projecting roof structure, typically over entrances or doors
The zone of the highest foliage and branches of a forest
In a parachute, the cloth that fills with air and thus limits the speed
A high cover providing shelter, such as a cloth supported above an object, particularly over a bed
{v} to cover or adorn with a canopy
{n} a cloth of state for the head, a tester
The more or less continuous cover of branches and foliage formed collectively by the crowns of adjacent trees See also Forest canopy Couvert forestier
the umbrella-like part of a parachute that fills with air
The overhanging cover formed by leaves, needles, and branches of vegetation
An ornamental projection, over a door, window, niche, etc
The portion of the tree that contains the branches, especially the upper branches
The layer(s) of tree branches, needles and leaves that shade the forest
A layer or multiple layers of branches and foliage at the top or crown of a forest's trees
A canopy is a decorated cover, often made of cloth, which is placed above something such as a bed or a seat
High overarching covering of branches and leaves
chiefly as a mark of honor
The layer formed naturally by the leaves and branches of trees and plants
Mounted on top of ranges; the "roofs" of the range Decorative, but also may keep dust off materials Can limit either the size of book that fits on the top shelf, or the use of the top notches on the uprights (requiring the shelf to be positioned lower) Often used in rooms which have overhanging mezzanines with a line of sight to the tops of the ranges
{f} cover with a canopy (cover, awning, shade, etc.)
The branches and foliage formed collectively by the crowns of adjacent trees and other woody growth
a set of disjoint trees that forms a layer over the core of the EntD There are two canopies in the EntD; the BertD canopyD, which tracks changes in the content along the space dimension, and the RecorderD canopyD, which tracks changes along the time dimension (i e the historical trace)
Also, a rooflike covering, supported on pillars over an altar, a statue, a fountain, etc
the cover formed by the leafy upper branches of the trees in a forest; height stratum containing the crowns of the tallest vegetation present (living or dead)
The part of any stand of trees represented by the tree crowns It usually refers to the uppermost layer of foliage, but it can be use to describe lower layers in a multi-storied forest
the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit
To cover with, or as with, a canopy
The stratum containing the crowns of the tallest vegetation present (living or dead), usually above 20 feet
A covering fixed over a bed, dais, or the like, or carried on poles over an exalted personage or a sacred object, etc
The more or less continuous cover of branches and foliage formed collectively by the tops, or crowns, of adjacent trees
a covering (usually of cloth) that serves as a roof to shelter an area from the weather the umbrella-like part of a parachute that fills with air the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit cover with a canopy
cover with a canopy
The highest layer of the rainforest, made up of the tops of trees Animals such as howler monkeys, red-eyed tree frogs, sloths and parrots live here
The foliage and branches making up the "roof" of the forest
A canopy is a layer of something that spreads out and covers an area, for example the branches and leaves that spread out at the top of trees in a forest. The trees formed such a dense canopy that all beneath was a deep carpet of pine-needles
A layer of continuous foliage in a forest stand This most often refers to the upmost layer of foliage, but it can be used to describe lower layers in a multistoried stand Leaves, branches and/or water that provide shade and cover for fish and wildlife
More or less continuous cover of branches and foliage formed collectively by adjacent tree crowns
The uppermost layer of a forest where a layer of tree branches spread
The more or less continuous cover of branches and foliage formed collectively by the crown of a tree and the crowns of adjacent trees and other woody growth Canopy closure may be the amount of overhead tree cover as measured using a spherical densiometer held at 1 5 m from the ground
Layer of vegetation elevated above the ground, usually of tree braches and epiphytes In tropical forests, the canopy may be more than 100 feet above the ground
{i} covering; shelter; transparent cover over the cockpit of a plane; part of a parachute which opens up and fills with air; roof
a covering (usually of cloth) that serves as a roof to shelter an area from the weather
The forest cover of branches and foliage formed by tree crowns
The part of any stand of trees represented by the tree crowns It usually refers to the uppermost layer of foliage, but it can be used to describe lower layers in a multi-storied forest
The part of a fixture that actually mounts to the ceiling or wall and covers the junction box to which the fixture attaches
baldachin
canopy bed
A bed equipped with a canopy
canopy beds
plural form of canopy bed
canopied
covered overhead with (or as if with) a canopy

the forms that surrounded me and to perceive the boundaries of radiant roof of like which canopied me.

canopied
{a} covered with or having a canopy
aft canopy
rear canopy
canopied
A canopied building or piece of furniture is covered with a roof or a piece of material supported by poles. a canopied Elizabethan bed
canopied
covered with or as with a canopy; "a canopied bed"; "streets canopied by stately trees
canopies
plural of canopy
parachute canopy
umbrella shaped part of the parachute which fills with air and slows the parachutist's descent
canopy
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