castle

listen to the pronunciation of castle
Englisch - Türkisch
kale

Resmin arka planında bir kale var. - There is a castle in the background of the picture.

Yıllar önce orada bir kale vardı. - There was a castle here many years ago.

castle in Spain hülya
{i} şato

Sihirbaz zarardan korumak için şatoyu büyülüyor. - The wizard enchants the castle, protecting it from harm.

Neuschwanstein Şatosunu görmek istiyoruz. - We want to see the Neuschwanstein Castle.

{i} satranç kale
{i} hisar
{f} kaleyi şahın yanına koymak
{f} rok yapmak
küçük veya büyük rok yapmak
kast
(Askeri) kasara
kurgan
(satranç) kale
hayal

O yürürken onun beyni yüzlerce harika şeyler planlamakla, yüzlerce hayaller kurmakla meşguldü. - As he walked along, his brain was busy planning hundreds of wonderful things, building hundreds of castles in the air.

rok yap
kaleye koymak veya kapatmak
kalesi
germen
castle in spain
(Konuşma Dili) dalgınlık
castle in spain
hulya
castle in the air
hulya
castle in the air
(Konuşma Dili) dalgınlık
castle nut
tırtıllı somun
castle nut
taçlı somun
castle method
(Tıp) castle yöntemi
castle nut
çentikli somun
castle theory
(Tıp) castle teorisi
castle walls
kale surları
fore castle deck
(Askeri) baş -üstü/altı
fore castle deck
(Askeri) başüstü
air castle
hulya
air castle
fantazi
castled
kaleye konmuş
castling
kaleye koyma
Ankara Castle
Ankara Kalesi
aft castle
(Denizcilik) Geminin kıç üstü
air castle
hayal edilen şey, hülya
bouncing castle
çocukların çoraplarıyla üzerine çıkıp zıpladıkları plastikten şişirilmiş kale
centre castle
orta kasara
make a sand castle
(Mecazen veya gerçek anlamda) Kumdan kale(ler) kurmak
windsor castle
Windsor Kalesi
castling
rok yapma (satranç)
castling
(isim) rok yapma (satranç)
center castle
(Askeri) orta kasara
lead castle
(Nükleer Bilimler) kurşun şato,kurşun zırh
Englisch - Englisch
To perform the move of castling
A large building that is fortified and contains many defences; in previous ages often inhabited by a nobleman or king
A chess piece shaped like a castle tower which is also called a rook
A close helmet

The castle was perhaps a figurative name for a close headpiece deduced from its enclosing and defending the head, as a castle did the whole body; or a corruption from the Old French word casquetel, a small or light helmet.

{n} a house of defence project, term at chess
Fortified house or fortress
A small tower, as on a ship, or an elephant's back
interchanging the positions of the king and a rook
A permanent structure formed by two Rooks and two Civilians (or Deputies) from one player on a given level A Castle is formed by any combination of these game pieces (called BASTIONS or PILLARS) stationed at the four corner squares of a nine square grid within the arena (called the FOUNDATION): No Castle exists if its Castle Effect would overlap that of an existing Castle Before a Castle is initially activated or after an active Castle is abandoned, it is inactive (without the Castle Effect), and the bastions/pillars are neutral obstructions Stationing the center square (called the CHAIR, SEAT, or THRONE) may activate the Castle The three squares in the center post (containing the chair/seat/throne) of an active Castle form the AXIS The other squares (within the defensive field; excluding the bastions/pillars and the Axis) of an active Castle are called ROOMS {Refer to CASTLE EFFECT }
A fortified residence, especially that of a prince or nobleman; a fortress
move the king two squares toward a rook and in the same move the rook to the square next past the king
In chess, a castle is a piece that can be moved forwards, backwards, or sideways. = rook. Medieval European stronghold, generally the fortified dwelling of the king or lord of the territory in which it stood. The castle developed rapidly in western Europe from the 9th century. In form it was somewhat sprawling compared to later fortified buildings. The castle's enceinte (outer wall) was surrounded by one or more moats, which were crossed by drawbridges that could be raised from the inner side. The gateway itself was heavily protected and often defended by a barbican, or watchtower. One or more baileys, or walled courtyards, surrounded the donjon. The age of the medieval castle came to an end with the increasing use of firearms in the 15th-16th centuries. Castle Vernon and Irene Montezuma Castle National Monument Neuschwanstein Castle Windsor Castle
{f} put in a castle; make a certain move (in a chess game)
interchanging the positions of the king and a rook a large building formerly occupied by a ruler and fortified against attack (chess) the piece that can move any number of unoccupied squares in a direction parallel to the sides of the chessboard move the king two squares toward a rook and in the same move the rook to the square next past the king
To move the castle to the square next to king, and then the king around the castle to the square next beyond it, for the purpose of covering the king
(chess) the piece that can move any number of unoccupied squares in a direction parallel to the sides of the chessboard
{i} chateau, palace; turret, tower
n istana
a large and stately mansion
a large building formerly occupied by a ruler and fortified against attack
A special move in which a King and a Rook move simultaneously Also, an informal, alternative name for a Rook
Beer
A special move involving the king and one of the rooks Also, an informal alternate name for a rook See: castle long, castle short, rook
A castle is a large building with thick, high walls. Castles were built by important people, such as kings, in former times, especially for protection during wars and battles. see also sand castle
A piece, made to represent a castle, used in the game of chess; a rook
Any strong, imposing, and stately mansion
castle in the air
A visionary project or scheme; a day-dream; an idle fancy; a pipe dream; any plan, desire, or idea that is unlikely to be ever realized; a near impossibility
castle nut
A nut with rounded extensions projecting past the nut's opening. A cotter pin is inserted through a hole in the bolt and bent around the castle nut's projections to lock the nut in place
castle nuts
plural form of castle nut
Castle Peak
A mountain, 4,350.8 m (14,265 ft) high, in the Elk Mountains of west-central Colorado. It is the highest elevation in the range
castle in the air
reverie: absent-minded dreaming while awake
White Castle
The first fast-food hamburger chain and one of the oldest American fast-food restaurant chains, known for its Slyder, a small square burger

Indeed it turned out the developer had illegally modeled all of Tuscanyville’s homes on Olive Garden, Pizzeria Uno’s, and White Castle outlets.

a man's home is his castle
a proverbial expression of personal privacy and security
an Englishman's home is his castle
a proverbial expression of personal privacy and security
bouncing castle
a large inflatable structure, resembling a castle etc., on which children jump and play
bouncy castle
a large inflatable structure, resembling a castle etc., on which children jump and play as on a trampoline
castling
A move in which the king moves two squares towards a rook, and the rook moves to the other side of the king; the action of the verb to castle
castled
{a} furnished with castles, well defended
A castle
chateau
Montezuma Castle National Monument
National monument, central Arizona, U.S. Situated in the Verde River Valley, it occupies an area of 842 acres (341 hectares). Declared a national monument in 1906, it is the site of the country's best-preserved pre-Columbian Pueblo Indian cliff dwellings. The "castle" is a 5-story, 20-room adobe brick structure, dating from AD 1100, built into the cliff face about 80 ft (24 m) above the valley floor. To the northeast is Montezuma Well, a large sinkhole rimmed with communal dwellings
Neuschwanstein Castle
Elaborate castle built on a rock ledge over the Pöllat Gorge in the Bavarian Alps, near Füssen, Ger. Begun in 1869 at the behest of Bavaria's Louis II, this lavish stronghold is an eccentric romantic reconstruction of a medieval castle, complete with a walled courtyard, indoor garden, towers, and an artificial cave. Its two-story throne room is modeled after a Byzantine basilica. Wall paintings depict scenes from Richard Wagner's operas
Vernon and Irene Castle
orig. Vernon Blythe and Irene Foote born May 2, 1887, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. died Feb. 15, 1918, Fort Worth, Texas, U.S. born 1893, New Rochelle, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 25, 1969, Eureka Springs, Ark. U.S. husband-and-wife ballroom dance team. Vernon moved to the U.S. in 1906 and married Irene in 1911. They gained worldwide popularity for their graceful style, and they introduced such dances as the one-step, fox-trot, turkey trot, castle polka, castle walk, and hesitation waltz and popularized several others. Irene is credited with creating the fashion for bobbed hair. Following Vernon's death in an airplane crash, Irene retired from dancing
Windsor Castle
one of the official homes of the British royal family, in the town of Windsor. Principal British royal residence, on the River Thames in Windsor, Berkshire, southern England. It comprises two quadrilateral building courts, or upper and lower wards, separated by the Round Tower (erected by Henry II), a massive structure built on a mound and visible for many miles. The present-day complex has been reworked repeatedly since William the Conqueror first constructed a stockade on the site. The lower ward includes the Albert Memorial Chapel and St. George's Chapel, the burial place of 10 sovereigns. The upper ward, part of which was damaged by fire in 1992, includes the monarch's private apartments, visitors' apartments, and the royal library
Windsor castle
royal palace situated in the town of Windsor west of London
balmoral castle
a castle in northeastern Scotland that is a private residenc of the British sovereign
bouncy castle
A bouncy castle is a large object filled with air, often in the shape of a castle, which children play on at a fairground or other outdoor event. a large object filled with air, often shaped like a castle, that children jump on for fun
castled
Having a castle or castles; supporting a castle; as, a castled height or crag
castled
past of castle
castled
Fortified; turreted; as, castled walls
castles
plural of castle
castling
An abortion, or a premature birth
castling
See Castle, v
castling
That which is cast or brought forth prematurely; an abortion
castling
The second or third swarm of bees which leaves a hive in a season
castling
A compound move of the king and castle
castling
interchanging the positions of the king and a rook
ivory castle
inaccessible place, place that is withdrawn from the everyday world
my home is my castle
my home is my fortress, I am King of my castle
ruined castle
castle that is no longer inhabitable due to destruction or decay
sand castle
A sand castle is a pile of sand, usually shaped like a castle, which children make when they are playing on the beach
sand castle
form of a castle made out of sand
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von castle im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

castle teorisi
(Tıp) castle theory
castle yöntemi
(Tıp) castle method
castle
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