catapult

listen to the pronunciation of catapult
Englisch - Türkisch
mancınık
katapult
(sapanla) fırlatmak
sapan
FıRLATMA RAMPASı: Bir füze veya hava aracına yardımcı bir itme kaynağı temin eden yapı. Üzerinde seyri esnasında yapının füzeye hem yön hem hız vermesi gerekir; füzeye bir top namlusunun mermiye yaptığı aynı hizmeti görür
mancınık ile atmak
sapanla vurmak
{f} vurmak
{i} fırlatma düzeneği ile ilgili
{i} katapült (uçak)
{i} İng. sapan
katapult,v.mancınık ile at: n.mancınık
{f} fırlatmak
{i} uçak gövdesindeki fırlatma düzeneği
{f} atmak
mancınıkla vur
slingshot
sapan

Tom sapan atmada bir uzmandır. - Tom is an expert with a slingshot.

catapult aircraft
katapult uçağı
catapult seat
katapult yuvası
slingshot
mancınık
catapulted
mancınık
to catapult
mancınık
slingshot
{i} katapult
slingshot
atmaca
to catapult
mancınıkla atmak
Englisch - Englisch
A device or weapon for throwing or launching large objects, such as a mechanical aid on aircraft carriers designed to help airplanes take off from the flight deck
slingshot
To fire a missile from a catapult
To be fired from a catapult
To have one's status increased rapidly

She has been catapulted to the national scene following her selection by the candidate.

To increase the status of something rapidly

The candidate selection for running mate has catapulted her to the national scene.

{n} an engine to throw stones, darts
a device that launches aircraft from a warship
To have ones status increased rapidly
A system of giving a coaster momentum without a chain lift Can be as simple as pushing it off the top of a steep hill, to using weights or flywheels to build speed, to the latest variant which uses linear induction
a modern machine used to launch objects
Operational code name for the destruction of the French Fleet by the British in North Africa, July 1940
If someone or something catapults or is catapulted through the air, they are thrown very suddenly, quickly, and violently through it. We've all seen enough dummies catapulting through windscreens in TV warnings to know the dangers of not wearing seat belts He was catapulted into the side of the van
{f} hurl; propel, launch; sling; be catapulted
An engine somewhat resembling a massive crossbow, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans for throwing stones, arrows, spears, etc
hurl as if with a sling
A forked stick with elastic band for throwing small stones, etc
medieval artillery used during sieges; a heavy war engine for hurling large stones and other missiles a device that launches aircraft from a warship shoot forth or launch, as if from a catapult; "the enemy catapulted rocks towards the fort
A catapult is a device for shooting small stones. It is made of a Y-shaped stick with a piece of elastic tied between the two top parts
n A siege engine used in ancient and medieval times, the catapult could hurl missiles, such as rocks, javelins, darts, and arrows, with great force and for a considerable distance Interesting images; Warcraft III screenshot
shoot forth or launch, as if from a catapult; "the enemy catapulted rocks towards the fort"
A power-actuated machine or device for hurling forth something, an airplane or missile, at a high initial speed; also, a device, usually explosive, for ejecting a person from an aircraft Compare launcher, senses 1 and 2
a plaything consisting of a Y-shaped stick with elastic between the arms; used to propel small stones
{i} ancient device for hurling missiles, ballista; sling
A system of giving a coaster momentun without a chain lift Can be as simple as pushing it off the top of a steep hill, to using weights or flywheels to build speed, to the latest varient which uses linear induction
If something catapults you into a particular state or situation, or if you catapult there, you are suddenly and unexpectedly caused to be in that state or situation. Suddenly she was catapulted into his jet-set lifestyle Affleck catapulted to fame after picking up an Oscar. Mechanism for forcefully propelling stones, spears, or other projectiles, in use since ancient times. Nearly all catapults employed in ancient and medieval artillery operated by a sudden release of tension on wooden beams or twisted cords of horsehair, gut, sinew, or other fibres. An exception was the medieval trebuchet, powered by a counterweight. Modern mechanisms using steam, hydraulic pressure, tension, or other force to launch gliders, aircraft, or missiles are also called catapults
medieval artillery used during sieges; a heavy war engine for hurling large stones and other missiles
At first, catapults were specifically designed to shoot spears or other missiles Mainly produced in Danzig and Bergen
Normally a ballistic cartridge to begin seat motion In the earlier seats, this was the only source of thrust for seat movement
catapults
plural of catapult
catapult
Favoriten