captive

listen to the pronunciation of captive
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} esir

Bütün esirleri öldür. - Kill all the captives.

Tom neredeyse bir yıl esir tutuldu. - Tom was held captive for almost a year.

tutsak
savaş esiri
köle
kapatılmış
emir
tutsak edilmiş
{s} baskı altında
{s} esir düşmüş
{s} kısıtlanmış
{i} mahkum
rehine
captive firing
(Askeri) tespit edilmiş atış
captive test
(Askeri) bremze füze testi
captive audience
dinlemeye mecbur edilen kimse
captive breeding
esaret altýnda
captive customer
(Ekonomi) Bir ürünü veya satıcıyı değiştirmek istemeyen alıcı

A buyer who is reluctant to change a product or supplier due to higher prices.

captive nut
esir somun
captive audience
zoraki dinleyiciler
captive balloon
yere bağlı balon
captive balloon
(Askeri) BAĞLI BALON: Bir halat vasıtasıyle yere tespit edilmiş balon. Bağlı balonlar, gözetleme için veya düşman uçaklarına bir engel olarak kullanılırlar
captive bank
(Ticaret) bağlı banka
captive firing
(Askeri) TESPİT EDİLMİŞ ATIŞ: Bir bremzeye tespit edilmiş durumdaki çalışır füze tahrik sistemi ile yapılan, kısa süreli bir deneme atışı
captive market
(Ticaret) tutsak piyasa
captive nut
sabit somun
captive test
(Askeri) TESPİT EDİLMİŞ FÜZE TESTİ; BREMZE FÜZE TESTİ: Füze bremze üzerine tespit edilmiş durumda iken yapılan test. Bu testin başlıca maksadı, sevk ve uçuş kontrol sistemlerinin tam çekiş şartları altında, uygun şekilde çalışıp çalışmadıklarını anlamaktır. Ayrıca, füze ile birlikte seyredecek tali sistemlerden biri veya hepsinin çalışma durumları da tecrübe edilebilir
captive wire connector
(Mekanik) vidalı bağlantı teli
take captive
esir almak
be held captive
esir düşmek
be held captive
esir tutulmak
Englisch - Englisch
held prisoner; not free; confined
a person who has been captured or is otherwise confined
a person held prisoner
{a} made or held prisoner, enslaved
{n} one taken in war, a prisoner, a slave
A captured figure
{s} imprisoned, held against one's will
Made prisoner, especially in war; held in bondage or in confinement
fasteners resembling screws with a Phillips or regular head, but no threads
a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
not wild; not living in its natural habitat
in captivity
deeply moved; "sat completely still, enraptured by the music"; "listened with rapt admiration"; "rapt in reverie"
A captive person or animal is being kept imprisoned or enclosed. Her heart had begun to pound inside her chest like a captive animal. A captive is someone who is captive. He described the difficulties of surviving for four months as a captive. = prisoner
{i} prisoner, person held against his will
If you take someone captive or hold someone captive, you take or keep them as a prisoner. Richard was finally released on February 4, one year and six weeks after he'd been taken captive. someone who is kept as a prisoner, especially in a war
by an enemy, in war; one kept in bondage or in the power of another
A captive audience is a group of people who are not free to leave a certain place and so have to watch or listen. A captive market is a group of people who cannot choose whether or where to buy things. We all performed action songs, sketches and dances before a captive audience of parents and patrons Airlines consider business travellers a captive market
an animal that is confined a person held in the grip of a strong emotion or passion in captivity
- A closely held insurance company established to meet the insurance or reinsurance needs of its owners Certain offshore insurers, known as "rent-a-captives," make their facilities available to other organizations for a fee
a person held in the grip of a strong emotion or passion
Of or pertaining to bondage or confinement; serving to confine; as, captive chains; captive hours
An insurance or reinsurance subsidiary of an industrial company, trade association, or not-for-profit organization Captives insure or reinsure parent-related business, non-parent business, or both Though the number of domestic captives is increasing, most captives are still located in tax-advantaged offshore domiciles such as Barbados, Bermuda, or the U K 's Channel Islands
an animal that is confined
To take prisoner; to capture
A prisoner taken by force or stratagem, esp
A corporation formed by a business or a group of affiliated businesses for the purpose of accepting insurance or reinsurance risks in which they have an insurable interest
One charmed or subdued by beaty, excellence, or affection; one who is captivated
Subdued by love; charmed; captivated
captive customer
(Ekonomi) Buyer or user who is reluctant to substitute one product or vendor with another, because of the high cost (in terms of discomfort, effort, and/or money) involved in switching
captive breeding
A management technique in which highly endangered animals are bred and reared in captivity, in an attempt to prevent their extinction
captive breeding
Captive breeding is the breeding of wild animals in places such as zoos, especially animals which have become rare in the wild
captive breeding
Raising plants or animals in zoos or other controlled conditions to produce stock for subsequent release into the wild
captive breeding
Breeding animals or birds in captivity
captive breeding
the raising of animals in capitivity where they can be protected and cared for
captive company
company established by another company for providing a service
captive finance company
a finance company owned by a manufacturer to finance dealers' inventories or to make loans to consumers buying the company's products
captives
plural of captive; persons held prisoner
took captive
took as prisoner, captured -
was taken captive
was taken into captivity, was imprisoned
captive
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