carving

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Englisch - Türkisch
oymacılık

Bu oymacılık bıçağı, ünlü bir demirci tarafından yapılmış bir bıçaktır. - This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.

oyma

Tom pipo oymayı seviyor. - Tom likes carving pipes.

Bu gerçekten iyi bir oyma. - That's really a good carving.

{f} oy
oyarak
kazı
oyma işi
oyularak yapılmış eser
{f} oy: prep.oyar
{i} hakketme
oyma/oymacılık
{i} kıvırcık
{i} oyma eser
oyulmuş sanat eseri
{f} oy: prep.oyarak
carve
oymak
carving chisel
oymacı kalemi
carving knife
oymacılık bıçağı

Bu oymacılık bıçağı, ünlü bir demirci tarafından yapılmış bir bıçaktır. - This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.

carving fork
çatal oyma
carving knife
et bıçağı
carving knife
(sofrada kullanılan) et bıçağı
carve
{f} (kızarmış eti) dilim dilim kesmek, dilimlemek
carve
oymacılık yapmak
wood carving
Ahşap oyma işi
carve
keserek servis etmek et vb
carve
{f} doğramak
carve
(Gıda) dilim dilim kesmek
carve
oymacı
carve
(Tekstil) çentmek
carve
(Gıda) içini oymak
carve
et
carve
dilimlemek
carve
yontmak
carve
paylaştırmak
carve
oy
carve
(up ile) bölmek
carve
{f} hakkaklık yapmak
carvings
oymalar
ivory carving
fildişi oymacılığı
carve
hakketmek
carve
{f} kesmek
carve
kesmek oymalarla süslemek
carve
carver oymacı
carve
{f} oyma ile süslemek
carve
{f} keserek servis etmek (et vb)
carve
parçalara bölmek
carve
{f} (ağaç, taş v.b.'ni) oymak
wood carving
ağaç oymacılığı
wood carving
ağaç oyma işi
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of carve
Executing turns without pivoting
A carved object

The primitive carving looked ancient but was stamped made in Taiwan.

{n} a cutting, sculpture, figure carved
–Carvers use various tools in carving to make everything from vessel forms (bowls in particular) to freestanding sculpture too sculptural relieves It requires patience and skill in order not to upset the delicate pattern of grain
cutting away parts to create a desired shape a sculpture created by carving (as wood or ivory or stone)
creating figures or designs in three dimensions
The removal of glass from the surface of an object either by means of hand-held tools such s files, points, gravers, and riffles, or by cutting the object on a wheel
Most memorialists will refer to a "carving" as sculpture done upon the face of a stone That is an acceptable definition However, carving is actually anything cut into the stone other than lettering Lettering is engraved
Carving is the art of carving objects, or of carving designs or writing on objects
carved object or design
Handheld carving tools are used to accentuate details of hooked, tufted and hand knotted rugs, or to create a 3-D effect on solid color rugs
To cut (a solid material) so as to form something
The removal of glass from the surface of an object by means of hand-held tools
A piece of decorative work cut in stone, wood, or other material
In sculpture, the cutting of a form from a solid, hard material such as stone or wood, in contrast to the technique of modeling
and relief ornament can be made by cutting away surrounding areas It need not be elaborate On a thick pot it may be limited to trimming in a vertical fashion so as to give a fluted effect
To fashion a decorative element into a desired shape by cutting material with sharp tools (See "Recarving")
The whole body of decorative sculpture of any kind or epoch, or in any material; as, the Italian carving of the 15th century
A carving is an object or a design that has been cut out of a material such as stone or wood. a wood carving of a human hand
a sculpture created by carving (as wood or ivory or stone)
Designs are cut into the leather, then all edges are beveled to make the design stand out Also called incising
n ukiran (ukir)
1) The cutting of a figure or design out of a solid mastingterial such as stone or wood, as contrasted to the additive technique of modeling; 2) A work executed in this technique
{i} object that has been carved; act of cutting up meat
The cutting of a figure or design out of a solid material such as stone or wood, as contrasted to the additive technique of modeling
cutting away parts to create a desired shape
A decorative technique in which the surface of the leather is cut with a swivel knife and the background is depressed using modelling tools or stamps Also called incising
weighting and angulating the ski so that it bends into a circular arc, whereby the edge of the ski moves along a corresponding circular arc to form a sharp curved track in the snow   In pure carving, every point along the length of the ski follows the same path along the arc of the turn and there is no skidding
These are the little guys that strap your feet to your board You gotta have these if you are wanting to get up to the mountain There are also newer types of these bindings called "click ins"
The act or art of one who carves
carving knife
A large knife designed for cutting cooked turkey and similar dishes
carving knives
plural form of carving knife
carving fork
a large fork used in carving cooked meat
carving fork
a large fork used to hold cooked meat firmly while you are cutting it
carving knife
a large knife used to carve cooked meat
carving knife
implement for engraving, chisel; knife for cutting meat
carving knife
A carving knife is a long sharp knife that is used to cut cooked meat. a large knife used for cutting large pieces of meat
carve
To cut meat in order to serve it
carve
To produce something using skill
carve
: To perform a series of turns without pivoting. When the tip and tail of the snowboard take the same path
carve
To shape to sculptural effect
wood carving
The art of carving wood to make decorative objects
wood carving
A carved wooden object
carve
{v} to cut wood, stone or meat, to choose
carve
To cut
carve
To carve is to edge the board in the water to make the board move to one side of the water It's also called edging
carve
A turn that uses the edge of the snowboard as opposed to the bottom When you carve, your board moves straight ahead so that its tip and tail pass through the same point in the snow, leaving a razor-thin track in the snow Technically, skipping or skidding while turning isn't a carve
carve
If you carve a piece of cooked meat, you cut slices from it so that you can eat it. Andrew began to carve the chicken Carve the beef into slices
carve
To cut: to hew; to mark as if by cutting
carve
If you carve an object, you make it by cutting it out of a substance such as wood or stone. If you carve something such as wood or stone into an object, you make the object by cutting it out. One of the prisoners has carved a beautiful wooden chess set He carves his figures from white pine I picked up a piece of wood and started carving. carved stone figures. see also carving = sculpt
carve
To lay out; to contrive; to design; to plan
carve
To perform a series of turns without pivoting. When the tip and tail of the snowboard take the same path
carve
To cut, as wood, stone, or other material, in an artistic or decorative manner; to sculpture; to engrave
carve
form by carving; "Carve a flower from the ice"
carve
verb To carve can mean three things: to turn when all four wheels are in contact with the riding surface; to turn in a pool or bowl corner in the same way, with all four wheels on the surface; or, when performing an aerial, to do so in an arc, that is, as opposed to straight up and down
carve
If you carve writing or a design on an object, you cut it into the surface of the object. He carved his name on his desk The ornately carved doors were made in the seventeenth century
carve
engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark"
carve
cut to pieces; "Father carved the ham"
carve
To take or make, as by cutting; to provide
carve
To cut up meat; as, to carve for all the guests
carve
cut to pieces; "Father carved the ham" form by carving; "Carve a flower from the ice" engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark
carve
To make a turn crisply by applying weight and pressure to the ski edges
carve
A carucate
carve
To make or shape by cutting, sculpturing, or engraving; to form; as, to carve a name on a tree
carve
engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark
carve
To cut into small pieces or slices, as meat at table; to divide for distribution or apportionment; to apportion
carve
To exercise the trade of a sculptor or carver; to engrave or cut figures
carve
{f} sculpt, shape; cut, slice
carve
To carve can mean three things: to turn when all four wheels are in contact with the riding surface; to turn in a pool or bowl corner in the same way, with all four wheels on the surface; or, when performing an aerial, to do so in an arc, that is, as opposed to straight up and down
carve
form something by cutting away material from wood or stone; inscribe something by cutting on a surface
carvings
plural of carving
ivory carving
Carving of ivory into decorative or utilitarian objects. It has flourished since prehistoric times. Most Stone Age carvings have been found in southern France, in the forms of small nude female figures and animals. A masterpiece of early Egyptian carving is an ivory statuette of Khufu, builder of the Great Pyramid. In China ivory carvings have been found in the tombs of the Shang dynasty (18th-12th century BC). The major artistic use of ivory in Japan was for netsukes, toggles used as fasteners on men's clothing. The early Inuit (Eskimos) produced such utilitarian objects as harpoon shafts and bucket handles out of ivory and often etched them with geometric or curving patterns. See also scrimshaw
relief carving
three-dimensional artwork in which an image or design is carved into a generally flat surface
wood carving
A wood carving is a decorative piece of wood that has been carved in an artistic way
wood-carving
sculpture made from wood
carving

    Silbentrennung

    car·ving

    Türkische aussprache

    kärvîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈkärvəɴɢ/ /ˈkɑːrvɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kärv ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English kerven, from Old English ceorfan; akin to Old High German kerban to notch, Greek graphein to scratch, write.

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