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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} çark dişi
1. Çark dışı diş.2. Dişli çark.3. İkinci derecede fakat önemli bir iş yapan kimse, sağ kol. 4. Hile.5. Zar tutmak; hile yapmak
(Askeri) ağırlık merkezi (center of gravity)
hile yapmak
sağcog rail dişli ray cog railway dişli raylı demiryolu
{i} dişli çark
çark dişi diş
yanlış yapmak
zar tutmak
cog railway
dişli raylı demiryolu
cog the dice
zar tutmak
cog rail
Dişli ray
cog wheels
tekerlekler coğ
cog in the machine
(deyim) a (small) cog in the machine buyuk bir iste calisan onemsiz kisi veya boyle bir isin onemsiz kismi
cog in the wheel
(deyim) a cog (small) in the wheel buyuk bir iste calisan onemsiz kisi veya boyle bir isin onemsiz kismi
a cog in the machine
A (small) coğ in the machine: Büyük bir işte çalışan önemsiz kişi veya böyle bir işin önemsiz kısmı
slip a cog
Hata etmek, yanlış yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
A unimportant individual in a greater system

Your boss tells you “take initiative,” you best guess right—and you do, then you get no credit. Day-in, … smiling, smiling, just a cog.

A projection or tenon at the end of a beam designed to fit into a matching opening of another piece of wood to form a joint
A tooth on a gear
An act of cogging
A spelling variant of the noun cogue
A ship of burden, or war with a round, bulky hull

As the Kynge was in his cog and lay in his caban, he felle in a slumberyng .

A gear; a cogwheel
to cheat at dice
to cheat; to play or gamble fraudulently
{v} to play unfairly, lie, wheedle, fix, cogs
{n} the tooth of a wheel, a kind of boat
chip on glass
center of gravity
A cog is a wheel with square or triangular teeth around the edge, which is used in a machine to turn another wheel or part
A tooth on the rim of a wheel or polyurethane product
a sprocket located on the drive side of a rear hub
Popular term for a rear sprocket Sometimes incorrectly used as a synonym for cluster, which is actually a group of cogs
A kind of tenon on the end of a joist, received into a notch in a bearing timber, and resting flush with its upper surface
One of the rough pillars of stone or coal left to support the roof of a mine
To furnish with a cog or cogs
tooth on the rim of gear wheel
A twelfth-century Northern European trading vessel that was clinker-built and square-rigged
A tooth on the rim of a wheel or rubber product
Lengths of over-lapping timber built box shape and filled with "muck" to support the roof
C - ourse O - ver G - round: The actual direction you (G P S receiver) are traveling
Cult of Gizzie
The Cog was a wide spacious type of transport ship and typically used by the Hanse
A small fishing boat
If you describe someone as a cog in a machine or wheel, you mean that they are a small part of a large organization or group. Mr Lake was an important cog in the Republican campaign machine. An instance of cheating; a swindle. To join with tenons. cognate
tooth on the rim of gear wheel join pieces of wood with cogs roll steel ingots
A tooth, cam, or catch for imparting or receiving motion, as on a gear wheel, or a lifter or wiper on a shaft; originally, a separate piece of wood set in a mortise in the face of a wheel
To obtrude or thrust in, by falsehood or deception; as, to cog in a word; to palm off
  Abbreviation for centralized ordering group
Council of Government These regional councils work at the regional level to improve government operations (i e , counties)
join pieces of wood with cogs
roll steel ingots
Covenant of the Goddess
A trick or deception; a falsehood
To seduce, or draw away, by adulation, artifice, or falsehood; to wheedle; to cozen; to cheat
(Council of Governments) is a voluntary consortium of local government representatives, from contiguous communities, meeting on a regular basis, and formed to cooperate on common planning and solve common development problems of their area COGs can function as the RTPAs and MPOs in urbanized areas
Council of Governments
To deceive; to cheat; to play false; to lie; to wheedle; to cajole
Convenience of the government
a 13th-14th century trading ship, single masted
A tenon in a scarf joint; a coak
CLEO Operator Graphical User Interface
{i} gear tooth in the rim of a gearwheel
cog wheel
A gear wheel
cog wheels
plural form of cog wheel
cog railway
A railway designed to operate on steep slopes and having a locomotive with a center cogwheel that engages with a cogged center rail to provide traction. Also called rack railway
cog railway
railway for steep mountains; a cogwheel on the locomotive engages cogs on a center rail to provide traction
cog wheel
wheel with teeth, wheel with cogs
(Ticaret) (cost of goods sold) The costs associated with the design and manufacture of a product such as direct material, direct labor and allocated overhead. They do not include selling and general administrative costs
a cog
plural of cog
The rear gears, there can be as little as six, or as many as nine The bigger the cog, the lower the gear a k a cassett
Cost of Goods sold Exchange sales are Marginal Cost sales
-cost of goods sold Accounting term used to describe the total value (cost) of products sold during a specific time period Since inventory is an asset, it is not expensed when it is purchased or produced, it goes into an asset account (the inventory account) When product is sold, the value of the product (the cost, not the sell price) is moved from the asset account to an expense account called "cost of goods sold" or COGS COGS appears on the profit and loss statement and is also used for calculating inventory turns
Cost of Goods Sold
- Cost Of Goods Sold
Clusters of orthologous groups COGs are groups of related protein sequences that are present in at least 3 phylogenetic lineages ( 21 complete genomes, representing 17 major phylogenetic lineages have been used for the analysis so far) Each COG corresponds to an ancient conserved domain (since it must be present in at least 3 of the deeply branching phylogenetic lineages See the COGs web site for more details
A line on an income statement summarizing the total cost of purchasing raw materials and manufacturing finished products Calculated by beginning inventory added to the cost of goods purchased during some period minus the ending inventory
the wooden teeth (usually Apllewood) inserted into cast gear wheel to drive mill machinery
slip a cog
make an error, make a mistake (Slang)
squirrel cog
rotating cage