cincture

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Englisch - Türkisch
kuşak
kemer
kuşak dolamak
pervaz
ihata etmek
{f} çevrelemek
{f} dolamak
çevre hududu
{f} sarmak
{f} kuşatmak
etrafını çevirmek
kemer kuşak
belt
{i} kuşak
belt
{i} kemer

Araba kullanan insanlar emniyet kemeri takmalılar. - People who drive cars should wear seat belts.

Araba kullanırken emniyet kemerinizi bağlayın. - Fasten your seat belt when you drive.

belt
{i} kayış

Bu, kayışlar ve kasnaklar ile hareketi iletir. - It transmits movement by belts and pulleys.

Tom fan kayışını değiştirdi. - Tom replaced a fan belt.

belt
şiddetle vurmak
belt
kolan
belt
şerit
belt
kuşakla bağlamak
belt
{f} sar
belt
uçmak
belt
çok hızlı gitmek
belt
{i} bölge

Asteroid kuşağı Mars ve Jüpiter yörüngeleri arasındaki bölgede yer almaktadır. - The asteroid belt is located in the region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

belt
keme

O ona emniyet kemerini bağlamasını tavsiye etti. - She advised him to fasten his seat belt.

Araba kullanan insanlar emniyet kemeri takmalılar. - People who drive cars should wear seat belts.

belt
{f} kemer takmak
belt
kuşatmak
belt
kuşak,v.sar: n.kemer
belt
kemerle/kuşakla bağlamak
belt
(isim) kemer, kayış, kuşak; iklim kuşağı, bölge
Englisch - Englisch
A girdle or belt, especially as part of a vestment
To girdle, circle or surround
An enclosure, or the act of enclosing, encircling or encompassing
{n} a belt, sash, girdle, ring, inclosure
A belt, a girdle, or something worn round the body, as by an ecclesiastic for confining the alb
{f} encircle with a belt, encircle with a ring
a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
girdle, belt; especially, a cord or sash worn around an ecclesiastical vestment, as an alb or religious habit
{i} belt
A white cord 4 to 5 yards long made of linen thread and knotted on each end The cincture is used to hold the alb at the waist and represents the rope with which our Lord was bound at His trial
That which encompasses or incloses; an inclosure
A cincture, called a poias in Orthodox churches, is anything worn around the waist to gather or hold up clothing Vestments often include cinctures made of cloth or rope When a cincture is made of leather or plastic, or if it is used with street clothing, it is called a belt
The fillet, listel, or band next to the apophyge at the extremity of the shaft of a column
A cincture
encincture
cinctures
plural of cincture
cincture
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