clad

listen to the pronunciation of clad
Englisch - Türkisch
giyinik/kaplı
kaplanmış
kaplı
korunmuş
bürünmüş
yastık
örtünmüş
{s} sarılmış
f., bak. clothe
{f} giy: adj.giyinmiş,yastık
{s} örtülü
(Nükleer Bilimler) zarf
kaplamak
giydirmek
clothe
{f} giydirmek
clad steel
kaplanmış çelik
clad iron
demir yastık
clad in
bürünmüş
clad metal
kaplanmış metal
clothe
{f} giysi sağlamak
clothe
sarmak
armor clad
zırhlı
clothe
üstünü örtmek
clothe
kaplamak
clothe
çamaşır

Valiz kirli çamaşırlardan başka bir şey içermiyordu. - The suitcase contained nothing but dirty clothes.

Tom en azından haftada bir kez çamaşırları yıkar. - Tom washes clothes at least once a week.

clothe
bürümek
clothe
renklendirmek
cladding
kılıf
cladding
(İnşaat) döşeme
cladding
(İnşaat,Teknik) giydirme
cladding
(Bilgisayar) kılıf optik
cladding
(İnşaat) kaplama
cladding
cephe kaplaması
cladding
örtme
clothe
elbise

Tom elbiselerini yerine koydu. - Tom put away his clothes.

Elbiselerinin geriye kalanını çamaşırhaneye koydum. - I put the rest of your clothes in the laundry.

clothe
güzel bir dille anlatmak
clothe
zenginleştirmek
armor clad
silahlı
cladding
plakaj
clothe
giydir

Vassili'ye güzel kıyafetler giydirdiler ve o ertesi gün Anastasia ile evlendi. - They dressed Vassili in fine clothes and next day he was married to Anastasia.

Çocuğa bu kıyafetleri giydir. - Put the kid into these clothes.

copper clad
bakır kaplı
copper clad steel
bakır kaplanmış çelik
copper-clad
bakır kaplı
metal-clad
maden kaplı
armor clad
zırh kaplı
clothe
buru
iron-clad
demir kaplı
leather-clad
deri kaplı
scantily clad
Uygunsuz giiyinmiş; yarı çıplak
silk-clad
ipeğe sarılmış
weld-overlay-clad
kaynak-overlay kaplı
armor clad
zırh ile kaplanmış
armour clad
zırh kaplı
cladding
(Nükleer Bilimler) zarflama,zarf,zarflama işlemi
clothe
örtmek
clothe
giydir,v.giydir
copper clad
bakır kılıflı
metal clad conductor
metal kilifli iletken
steel clad
çelik kaplı
steel clad
çelik kaplama
vine clad
asmalarla kaplı
vine clad
asmalı
Englisch - Englisch
To cover with insulation
To clothe

But what interested me most was the slender figure of a dainty girl, clad only in a thin bit of muslin which scarce covered her knees--a bit of muslin torn and ragged about the lower hem.

Simple past tense and past participle of clothe
Simple past tense and past participle of clad
A building, part of a building, or mountain that is clad with something is covered by that thing. The walls and floors are clad with ceramic tiles. Clad is also a combining form. the distant shapes of snow-clad mountains. A past tense and a past participle of clothe
wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination; "clothed and in his right mind"- Bible; "proud of her well-clothed family"; "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses"
having an outer covering especially of thin metal; "steel-clad"; "armor-clad
coins made of layers of metal Examples include our modern Dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars, and One Dollars that have centers of copper and outer layers of a copper-nickel alloy
{f} cover with a protective layer, bond one layer of metal to another
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If you are clad in particular clothes, you are wearing them. the figure of a woman, clad in black posters of scantily-clad women. Clad is also a combining form. the leather-clad biker
(noun) a protective or insulating layer
{s} dressed, attired, covered
a laminated or sandwiched coin metal
A term used to describe any of the modern "sandwich" coins that have layers of copper and nickel (A pure copper core surrounded by a copper-nickel alloy ) Also used for the 40-percent silver half dollars
A layer of aluminum bonded or sheathed to the exterior of a wood window to achieve a maintenance free product
A copper object on a printed circuit board Specifying certain text items for a board to be "in clad" means that the text should be made of copper, not silkscreen
of Clothe
having an outer covering especially of thin metal; "steel-clad"; "armor-clad"
past of clad
(Adj ) -dressed; covered
dressed; clothed
covered or clothed
Composed of more than one metallic layer, e g dimes, quarters, and halves currently minted by the U S
Composed of more than one layer, such as the copper-nickel over copper composition of U S dimes, quarters, and halves minted presently
archaic, past of clothe
cladding
Any hard coating, bonded onto the outside of something to add protection, such as the plastic sheath around an optical fiber
cladding
a weatherproof, insulating or decorative covering fixed to the outside of a building (called siding in the US)
cladding
Present participle of clad
clothe
To adorn or cover with clothing; to dress; to supply clothes or clothing
scantily clad
wearing a minimum of clothes
clothe
To wear clothes
clothe
{v} to find clothes, dress, cover, invest
scantily clad
Inadequately clothed, half-clothed, underclothed
armor-clad
covered with heavy steel; "armor-plated vehicles
armor-clad
covered with heavy steel; "armor-plated vehicles"
cladding
Material that surrounds the core of an optical fiber The cladding has a lower index of refraction than the core and causes the transmitted light to travel down the core
cladding
In fiberoptic cable, a colored low-refractive-index material that surrounds the core and provides optical insulation and protection to the core
cladding
The outer concentric layer that surrounds the fiber core and has lower index of refraction than the core
cladding
{i} act of covering with a protective layer; act of bonding one layer of metal to another
cladding
A covering of glass or plastic surrounding a fiber optic core designed to prevent light waves from leaving the core
cladding
The material surrounding the core of the fiber This material provides optical insulation and holds (confines) the modes in the fiber
cladding
The material surrounding the core of an optical fiber The cladding must have a lower index of refraction in order to steer the light in the core
cladding
The transparent material, usually glass, that surrounds the core of the optical fiber Cladding glass has a lower refractive index than core glass
cladding
The section of an optical fiber surrounding the core The cladding's lower refractive index serves to guide light within the core
cladding
The outer concentric layer that surrounds the fiber core and has a lower index of refraction
cladding
A material used to cover the exterior wall of a building
cladding
Material that covers the exterior of a window or door frame and/or sash, offering increased durability with less maintenance than other exterior finishes Kolbe & Kolbe window and door units use a heavy gauge, prefinished aluminum cladding For more, see our roll-formed aluminum cladding and extruded aluminum cladding pages Custom copper cladding is also available
cladding
Cladding can mean several different things Cladding as siding includes vinyl siding, wood siding, cementious (“Hardy Board”) or aluminum siding Cladding for windows and doors refers to the vinyl or aluminum skin used on the outside in place of paint i e “vinyl clad” or “aluminum clad ” Cladding in general can refer to skylights, glazing, glass block, shutters or any other external protection device
cladding
A low refractive index material that surrounds the core of an optical fiber causing the transmitted light to travel down the core and protects against surface contaminant scattering A layer of metal applied over another Cladding is often chosen to improve conductivity or to resist corrosion
cladding
The exterior covering of the structural members of a building
cladding
The low refractive index material that surrounds the core of an optical fibre and ensures the internal reflection on which propagation of light signals depends
cladding
a protective covering that protects the outside of a building
cladding
The material surrounding the core of an optical fiber The cladding has a lower refractive index (faster speed) in order to keep the light in the core The cladding and the core make up an optical waveguide
cladding
Cladding is a layer of metal which is put round fuel rods in a nuclear reactor. a cover of hard material that protects the outside of a building, piece of equipment etc
cladding
A thin glass or plastic material applied to the surface of a fiber optic strand core, having less density than the core If a light strikes the boundary between the two materials at a suitable angle, the light is reflected back into the denser core
cladding
A cylinder of glass that surrounds the core of a fiber optic cable
cladding
a weatherproof, insulating or decorative covering fixed to the outside of a building
cladding
The low refractive index material that surrounds the core of an optical fiber, usually silica
cladding
Cladding is a covering of tiles, wooden boards, or other material that is fixed to the outside of a building to protect it against bad weather or to make it look more attractive. stone cladding. = facing
cladding
The layer of material, usually glass, that immediately surrounds the fiber core The cladding is usually coated with another material to provide protection when handling
cladding
The material surrounding the core of a fiber optic cable The cladding must have a lower index of refraction than the core in order to contain the light in the core
cladding
In fiber-optic cabling, a layer of glass that surrounds the inner core and reflects light back into the core
cladding
The lower refractive index material that surrounds the fiber core and provides optical insulation and protection
cladding
A metal coating bonded to a metal core that serves as a cover or overlay of a building wall Some solar collector designs serve as cladding
cladding
In an optical fiber, the material of lower refractive index that surrounds the core
clads
third person singular of clad
clothe
provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
clothe
{f} dress, cover, put clothes on
clothe
To cover or invest, as with a garment; as, to clothe one with authority or power
clothe
To clothe someone means to provide them with clothes to wear. She was on her own with two kids to feed and clothe. see also clothed, clothes, clothing
clothe
To provide with clothes; as, to feed and clothe a family; to clothe one's self extravagantly
clothe
Fig
clothe
furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
clothe
To put garments on; to cover with clothing; to dress
mail-clad
wearing protective mail
snow-clad
covered with snow; "snow-clad hills"; "snow-covered roads"; "a long snowy winter
vine clad
{s} covered with vines
clad

    Türkische aussprache

    kläd

    Aussprache

    /ˈklad/ /ˈklæd/

    Etymologie

    () Alternative perfect and past participle of clothe: Old English geclæþd, past participle of clæþan (“to clothe”), from clað (“cloth”). Compare Icelandic klæða (“to clothe”).

    Tempora

    cladding, cladded

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