listen to the pronunciation of crank
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kelime oyunu
{i} manivelâ
krank mili
(Argo) kuş beyinli
(Argo) kafasız
çevirme kolu
{i} kol

Tom'un arabasının pencere açma kolu vardır. - Tom's car has crank windows.

Ben kahvemi bir çevirme kollu kahve değirmeni ile öğütürüm. - I grind my coffee by hand with a coffee grinder with a crank handle.

(Argo) met
(Argo) metaamfetamin
saplantılı kimse
huysuz kimse
krank,v.kıvır: n.düşkün
{f} krankla bağlamak
{i} k.dili. garip fikirleri olan kimse
dengesi bozulabilir
{i} huysuz

Tom bu sabah oldukça huysuz. - Tom is pretty cranky this morning.

Tom dün gece huysuzdu. - Tom was cranky last night.

{f} krankla çalıştırmak
{i} takıntılı kimse
garip huyları veya sabit fikirleri olan kimse
{i} krank
cranky ters
{i} saplantı
yan yatma ihtimali olan
{i} sabit fikir
{i} acayip kimse
{f} krankla hareket ettirmek
(Argo) sersem
yol vermek
(Argo) aptal
garip kimse
garip adam
garip fikirleri olan
çevirme kolu mech
crank angle
krank açısı
crank arm
anadingil kolu
crank case
(Askeri) krank mili
crank case
(Otomotiv) motor karteri
crank handle
çalıştırma kolu
crank lever
crank shaft
(Otomotiv) grank mili
crank throw
anadingil kolu
crank up
hareket ettirmek
crank arm
krank kolu
crank arm bearing
krank kolu yatağı
crank circle
krank çemberi
crank clutch
krank kavraması
crank cotter pin
krank çatal pimi
crank cotter washer
krank çatal rondelası
crank effect
krank etkisi
crank handle
krank kolu
crank throw
krank kolu
crank turning moment
krank dönme momenti
crank up
motoru harekete geçir
crank web
krank kolu
crank axle
(Mühendislik) Krank mili
crank call
Arama krank
crank handle
Manivelâ kolu
crank handle
crank handle safety device
(Endüstri) Krank kolu güvenlik cihazı
crank it up
(deyim) Bir seviye yukarı taşımak
crank it up a notch
(deyim) Bir seviye yukarı taşımak
crank out
Yapmak, oluşturmak

He cranks out four movies a year.

crank pin
biyel kolu muylusu
crank-rod mechanism
Doğrusal hareketi dairesel harekete, dairesel hareketi de doğrusal harekete çevirebilen mekanizma
crank arrangements
krank dizilişleri
crank axle
kol dingili
crank case assy
motor bloğu
crank case breather
karter havalandırıcısı
crank case button half
alt yarım karter
crank circle
(Otomotiv) krank dairesi
crank dead center
alt ölü noktası
crank disc
krank diski
crank gear
(Otomotiv) krank donanımı
crank handle
dirsek sapı,krank kolu
crank journal
krank jurnali
crank mechanism
ilk çalıştırma tertibatı
crank pin
krank kol muylusu
crank pin bearing shell
krank kol yatak muylusu
crank pit
(Otomotiv) krank çukuru
crank radius
(Otomotiv) krank yarıçapı
crank rod
(Askeri) krank kolu
crank shaft
krank mili
crank shaft journal
(Otomotiv) krank yatağı
crank shaft oil seal
(Otomotiv) krank yağ keçesi
crank shaft position
(Otomotiv) grank mil pozisyonu
crank shaft pulley
krank kasnağı
crank turning moment
(Otomotiv) krank dönme anı
crank up
krankla çalıştırmak
crank up
{k} (motoru/makineyi) fayrap etmek, hareket ettirmek
bell crank
bell crank
bell crank lever
dirsekli manivela
double crank
çifte dirsek
inside crank
iç krank
starting crank
ilk hareket kolu
elle çevrilerek çalıştırılan
outside crank
dış krank
bell crank housing
(Otomotiv) debriyaj mahfazası
bell crank housing
(Otomotiv) volan mahfazası
bicycle crank
(Bilgisayar) bisiklet mili
rear crank case
krank kapak keçesi
rotating crank
(Askeri) KAMA DÖNDÜRME KOLU: Büyük bir topun kama tertibatını çevirmek için kullanılan manivela
selecting bell crank
(Otomotiv) seçici dirsekli kol
selector crank
(Otomotiv) vites kolu krankı
selector crank
(Otomotiv) selektör krankı
selector crank
(Otomotiv) ayırıcı krank
starter crank
krank kolu
Englisch - Englisch
A person who is considered strange to others. They may do strange things, or be a crank by nature

John is a crank because he talks to himself.

To turn a crank

He's been cranking all day and yet it refuses to crank.

To cause to spin via other means, as though turned by a crank

I turn the key and crank the engine; yet it doesn't turn over.

An ill-tempered or nasty person

Billy-Bob is a nasty, old crank! He chased my cat away.

To run with a winding course; to double; to crook; to wind and turn

See how this river comes me cranking in. - Shakespeare.

A ship which, because of insufficient or poorly stowed ballast or cargo, is in danger of overturning
To act in a cranky manner; to behave unreasonably and irritably

Quit cranking about your spilt milk!.

A twist or turn in speech; a conceit consisting in a change of the form or meaning of a word

Quips, and cranks, and wanton wiles. - Milton.

Any bend, turn, or winding, as of a passage

So many turning cranks these have, so many crooks. - Spenser.


Danny got abscesses from shooting all that bathtub crank.

To produce or present a desired object

Crank out the beer!.

A bent piece of an axle, or shaft, or an arm attached at right angles to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a circular action to a wheel or other mechanical device and create power; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion

Use the crank on the motorcycle and go for a ride.

The act of converting power into motion, by turning a crankshaft

Yes, a crank was all it needed to start.

{a} healthy, lusty, sprightly, easy to overset
{n} the end of an iron axis, beam, conceit
A cheap form of methamphetamine made in trailer kitchens, often causes gritting of teeth, assholeyness, destruction, inability to pay bills, romantic relationships with ones aids infected cousin, and finally complete retardation
rotate with a crank
a hand tool consisting of a rotating shaft with parallel handle
a device used for changing the direction of movement made up of a wheel or rotating shaft to which a pivoted connecting rod is attached As the crank turns, the rod moves to and fro; alternatively, the rod's movement may turn the crank In a car engine crankshaft, a number of cranks are linked together and turned by rods connected to the pistons A winding handle is a form of crank
A twist or turn of the mind; caprice; whim; crotchet; also, a fit of temper or passion
A person full of crotchets; one given to fantastic or impracticable projects; one whose judgment is perverted in respect to a particular matter
disapproval If you call someone a crank, you think their ideas or behaviour are strange. The Prime Minister called Councillor Marshall `a crank'
Liable to careen or be overset, as a ship when she is too narrow, or has not sufficient ballast, or is loaded too high, to carry full sail
Full of spirit; brisk; lively; sprightly; overconfident; opinionated
A crank is a device that you turn in order to make something move
The arm that connects between your bottom bracket and your pedal
v Slang for pulling on a hold at your maximum power
a bad-tempered person
amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
A bent portion of an axle, or shaft, or an arm keyed at right angles to the end of a shaft, by which motion is imparted to or received from it; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion
[from automotive slang] vt Verb used to describe the performance of a machine, especially sustained performance "This box cranks (or, cranks at) about 6 megaflops, with a burst mode of twice that on vectorized operations "
To increase the volume on an instrument, radio, or other musical source
If you crank an engine or machine, you make it move or function, especially by turning a handle. The chauffeur got out to crank the motor. Liable to capsize; unstable. crank up to make something move by turning a crank. In mechanics, an arm secured at right angles to a shaft with which it can rotate or oscillate. Next to the wheel, the crank is the most important motion-transmitting device, because, with the connecting rod, it provides means for converting linear to rotary motion, and vice versa. The first recognizable crank is said to have appeared in China in the 1st century AD. The carpenter's brace was invented 1400 by a Flemish carpenter. The first mechanical connecting rods were reportedly used on a treadle-operated machine in 1430. About this time, flywheels were added to the rotating members to carry the members over the "dead" positions when the rod and the crank arm are lined up with each other
(used of boats) inclined to heel over easily under sail
{i} lever, handle; eccentric person, oddball, crackpot
bend into the shape of a crank
To steer extremely hard
See Bell crank
A mechanism used in awning and casement windows to operate the sash when the handle is turned
A key or rotating handle, which when turned clockwise, applies winding tension to the mainspring
fasten with a crank
{f} rotate; turn a lever; start an engine
A sick person; an invalid
travel along a zigzag path; "The river zigzags through the countryside"
start by cranking; "crank up the engine"
Sick; infirm
Moved to Crank
The arm which connects the pedal to the bottom bracket axle Sometimes called a "crank arm", but this is redundant and inelegant Call it a crank, or call it an arm, but please don't call it a "crank arm" For information on interchangeability, see: Bolt Circle Diameter
a hand tool consisting of a rotating shaft with parallel handle bend into the shape of a crank fasten with a crank rotate with a crank start by cranking; "crank up the engine"
a whimsically eccentric person
crank angle
The angle of rotation of a crankshaft measured from the position in which the piston is at its highest point known as top dead center (TDC)
crank angle degree
A unit (equal to one "ordinary" degree) used to measure the piston travel (position) e.g. to adjust ignition. When the piston is at its highest point, known as the top dead center (TDC), the crankshaft angle (crank angle) is at 0 crank angle degrees (CAD)

The exhaust valve opening is selectively varied to begin at about 160 or more crank angle degrees past top dead center. (

crank angle degrees
plural form of crank angle degree
crank angles
plural form of crank angle
crank out
To produce in large volumes mechanically or as if by machine

The teenager spent hours cranking out volumes of bad poetry.

crank science
Pseudo-science; activity which appears to be science-like but is not founded on proper scientific methods
crank up
To increase, as the volume, power or energy of something

He cranked up the volume to 11.

crank up
To start something mechanical, an act that often used to involve cranking

Let's crank up the old motorcycle and take it for a spin.

crank uped
Simple past tense and past participle of crank up
crank axle
the driving-axle of an engine or machine
crank axle
a carriage axle with the ends bent twice at a right angle to lower the body while permitting the use of large wheels; crankcase
crank it up
(deyim) Elevate something to the next higher level, or the next extreme
crank it up a notch
(deyim) iElevate something to the next higher level, or the next extreme
crank out
Make, write, manufacture: Can you crank out a few jokes for our school newspaper?
crank call
a hostile telephone call (from a crank)
crank handle
crank used to start an engine
crank letter
a hostile (usually anonymous) letter
crank out
produce in a routine or monotonous manner; "We have to crank out publications in order to receive funding"
crank shaft
The main shaft of an engine, so named because of the U-shaped cranks It delivers rotary motion taken from the reciprocating pistons and rods
crank shaft
A part of a Nitro engine that is rotated by the piston, providing circular motion to the outer part of the crank shaft, which is attached to the flywheel and clutch shoes
crank up
If you crank up the volume of something, you turn it up until it is very loud. Someone cranked up the volume of the public address system By about six, they're cranking the music up loud again. = turn up
crank up
If you crank up a machine or device, you start it. May's warm weather, which caused Americans to crank up their air conditioners. = start up
crank up
rotate with a crank
crank up
If you crank up a machine or a device, you make it function harder or at a greater level. Just crank up your hearing aid a peg or two
crank up
start by cranking; "crank up the engine"
crank up
To crank something up means to increase it or make it more intense. The legal authorities cranked up the investigation
plural form of crank
An 1800s baseball term meaning the fans
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crank
bell crank
It is used in bell pulls and in changing the direction of bell wires at angles of rooms, etc
bell crank
and also in machinery
bell crank
A linkage in the form of a right-angled lever, with the pivot at the corner Shimano 3-speed hubs (and some Sturmey-Archer 5-speeds) use a bell crank to translate a pull on the gear cable into a push on a loose fitting pushrod that fits into the axle
bell crank
A lever whose two arms form a right angle, or nearly a right angle, having its fulcrum at the apex of the angle
Formed with, or having, a bend or crank; as, a cranked axle
past of crank
{s} formed with or having a crank; eccentric; characteristic of or done by a person who is malicious or playing a prank
(Otomotiv) The act of engaging the starter by turning the key in the ignition switch, which makes the engine turn over. In the old days, a hand crank was used to do this, hence the term cranking
present participle of crank
third-person singular of crank
plural of crank