cruise

listen to the pronunciation of cruise
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} turistik gemi yolculuğu
{f} aynı hızla uzunca bir süre gitmek
{f} yol almak
gezinme
kadın peşinde koşmak
(Askeri) deniz seyahati
dolaşmak
dolaşma
gemi ile gezmek
(Askeri) sefere çıkmak

Yılın hangi zamanında sefere çıkmak istediğini düşündün mü? - Have you thought about what time of year you want to take a cruise?

dolanma
dolanmak
(Denizbilim) seyr-ü sefer
{i} gemi gezisi
eline alıp dolaşmak
{f} dolaş

Tom yeni spor arabasıyla Park Caddesinde dolaştı. - Tom cruised down Park Street in his new sports car.

karı peşinde dolaşmak
(otomobil/uçak/vb.) ortalama bir hızla gitmek
deniz gezisi yapmak
gemiyle gezmek
tekne gezintisi
{i} deniz gezisi
{f} ağır ağır gitmek
vapur seyahati
gezinti yap
{f} (polis, polis arabası) (etrafı kolaçan
deniz gezi
{f} seyir etmek
{f} (gemiyle) dolaşmak
kol gezmek
cruisingspeed normal sürat
seyrüsefer etmek
{f} gemi ile dolaşmak
(Askeri) sefer yapmak
(Bilgisayar) seyahat
(Havacılık) yolculuk

Tebrik ederiz! Bahamalar'a ücretsiz yolculuk kazandınız! - Congratulations! You just won a free cruise to the Bahamas!

(Askeri,Havacılık) seyir
tekne gezisi
gezinmek
düz uçuş
gemiyle yolculuk
gemi seyahati
devriye gezme
cruise along
(Askeri) dolaşmak
cruise control
hız kontrolü

Tom hız kontrolünü açtı ve bir süre sahil boyunca gitti. - Tom turned on cruise control and coasted for a while.

cruise control
hız limitörü
cruise control
otomatik hız kontrolü
cruise control
hiz sabitliyici sistem
cruise missile
(Askeri) kruz füzesi
cruise tourism
(Turizm) kruvaziyer turizmi
cruise along
dolaş
cruise ship
yolcu gemisi

Yolcu gemisi batıyor. - The cruise ship is sinking.

Geçitler yolcu gemisi için çok dardı. - The straits were too narrow for the cruise ship.

cruise around
cruise etrafında
cruise control
Hız kontrol düzeni, hız sabitleyici
cruise holiday
Turistik gemi yolculuğu
cruise holiday
Deniz aşırı gemi tatili
cruise liner
Büyük gezi gemisi
cruise climb
(Havacılık) düz uçuşta irtifa
cruise climb
(Havacılık) seyir tırmanışı
cruise control
hız kontrol düzeni
cruise control kit
otomatik hız kontrolü kiti
cruise control system
(Otomotiv) seyir kontrol sistemi
cruise missile
(Askeri) KRUZ FÜZESİ: Uçuş yolunun büyük bir kısmını arazi konturlarını takib ederek kateden bir güdümlü füze. Kaldırıcı kuvvet olarak havanın dinamik tepkisine çekişi dengelemek için de itici kuvvetlere dayanmaktadır
cruise missile
güdümlü nükleer füze
cruise missiles
(Askeri) kruz füzeleri
cruise on in
(Bilgisayar) siz de katılın
cruise performance
(Havacılık) uçuş performansı
cruise speed
(Askeri) düz uçuş sürati
cruising
uçuş
adaptive cruise control
uyarlanabilir seyir kontrolü
cruise control
(Otomotiv) seyir kontrolü
cruise liner
(Askeri) yolcu gemisi
cruise missile
(Askeri) cruise füzesi
cruising
seyrüsefer
cruising
(Otomotiv) sabit hız
theme cruise
(Turizm) konulu deniz seyahati
go on a cruise
vapurla geziye çıkmak
take a cruise
vapurla geziye çıkmak
Bosphorus cruise
boğaz turu
boat cruise
Tekne tatili
cruises
yolculuklar
embark on a cruise
Gemi seyahatine çıkmak
pleasure cruise
Eğlence gezisi
the action of the verb to cruise
cruise için fiilin eylem
Joint Cruise Missile Project Office
(Askeri) Müşterek Kruz Füzesi Projesi Ofisi
air launched cruise missile
(Askeri) havadan atılan cruise füzesi
command; cruise missile defense
(Askeri) cruise füze savunması komutanlığı
cruise ship
tenezzüh gemisi
cruising
seyir
cruising
yolculuk
ground launched cruise missile
(Askeri) yerden fırlatılan kruz füzesi
Englisch - Englisch
To walk while holding on to an object. (stage in development of ambulation, typically occurring at 10 months)
To travel at constant speed for maximum operating efficiency
To sail about, especially for pleasure
To move about an area leisurely in the hope of discovering something, or looking for custom
To win easily and convincingly

Germany cruised to a World Cup victory over the short-handed Australians.

To actively seek a romantic partner or casual sexual partner by moving about a particular area
A sea voyage, especially one taken for pleasure
{n} a voyage made for plunder
drive around aimlessly but ostentatiously and at leisure; "She cruised the neighborhood in her new convertible"
an ocean trip taken for pleasure sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing; "We were cruising in the Caribbean" travel at a moderate speed; "Please keep your seat belt fastened while the plane is reaching cruising altitude" drive around aimlessly but ostentatiously and at leisure; "She cruised the neighborhood in her new convertible" look for a sexual partner in a public place; "The men were cruising the park
A simple, non-challenging ride (but riding is always fun) "I didn't feel like hammering today so I just did a cruiser"
A survey of forest stands to determine the number, size and species of trees, as well as terrain, soil condition, access and any other factors relevant to forest management planning
To seek a sexual partner, especially a prostitute
To sail back and forth on the ocean; to sail, as for the potection of commerce, in search of an enemy, for plunder, or for pleasure
A voyage made in various directions, as of an armed vessel, for the protection of other vessels, or in search of an enemy; a sailing to and fro, as for exploration or for pleasure
{f} sail, sail from place to place; move at a moderate speed, travel; coast
look for a sexual partner in a public place; "The men were cruising the park
sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing; "We were cruising in the Caribbean"
If you cruise a sea, river, or canal, you travel around it or along it on a cruise. She wants to cruise the canals of France in a barge During their summer holidays they cruised further afield to Normandy and Brittany
To wander hither and thither on land
A front drop with a ½ twist to land in another front drop
{i} cruising, sailing, traveling on a ship; sea voyage (generally taken for pleasure)
Survey of forest land that includes the location, volume, species, size, and quality of timber stands -Estimate obtained in such a survey
Navigating the Internet by following hyperlinks from one Web site or page to another
To walk while holding on to an object stage in development of ambulation, typically occuring at 10 months
look for a sexual partner in a public place; "The men were cruising the park"
an ocean trip taken for pleasure
To explore with reference to capacity for the production of lumber; as, to cruise a section of land
Used in an ATC clearance to authorize a pilot to conduct flight at any altitude from the minimum IFR altitude up to and including the altitude specified in the clearance The pilot may level off at any intermediate altitude within this block of airspace Climb/descent within the block is to be made at the discretion of the pilot However, once the pilot starts descent and verbally reports leaving an altitude in the block, he may not return to that altitude without additional ATC clearance Further, it is approval for the pilot to proceed to and make an approach at destination airport and can be used in conjunction with
A cruise is a holiday during which you travel on a ship or boat and visit a number of places. He and his wife were planning to go on a world cruise
If a team or sports player cruises to victory, they win easily. Graf looked in awesome form as she cruised to an easy victory. cruise missile Cruise Tom Thomas Cruise Mapother IV
To cruise over or about
A survey of forest land to locate timber and estimate its quantity by species, products, size, quality or other characteristics; the estimate obtained in such a survey
A survey of forestland to locate timber and estimate its quantity by species, products, size, quality, or other characteristics
A survey or inventory of forestland to locate timber and estimate its quantity by species, products, size, quality or other characteristics
an ocean trip taken for pleasure sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing; "We were cruising in the Caribbean"
To inspect forest land for the purpose of estimating the quantity of lumber it will yield
A tour taken on a ship
The systematic measurement of a forested area designed to estimate to a specified degree of accuracy the volume of timber it contains, by evaluating the number and species of trees, their sizes and conditions
See Cruse, a small bottle
If a car, ship, or aircraft cruises somewhere, it moves there at a steady comfortable speed. A black and white police car cruised past
(1) Survey of forest land that includes the location, volume, species, size, and quality of timber stands (2) Estimate obtained in such a survey
Cruise control Lovely feature where the electronics will operate the throttle (accelerator) to attempt to keep a set speed Can stop the nasty bunching on motorways if every one has it - like they do in America Works best in conjunction with an auto gearbox The very latest systems are "adaptive", so can keep an even gap from the vehicle in front
travel at a moderate speed; "Please keep your seat belt fastened while the plane is reaching cruising altitude"
the amount, compactness or depth of foliage of a tree crown
A survey of forest land to locate timber and estimate its quantity by species, products, size, quality, or other characteristics Also refers to an estimate derived from such a survey
- To walk over an area to be logged and estimate the amount and value of the standing timber
cruise control
a system that maintains a vehicle at constant set speed, usually until the brake or accelerator is pressed
cruise liner
a cruise ship
cruise missile
A winged missile, designed for a guided flight at low altitudes, as opposed to a ballistic missile
cruise missiles
plural form of cruise missile
cruise missle
Common misspelling of cruise missile
cruise ship
A passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience
cruise ships
plural form of cruise ship
cruise-control
Attributive form of cruise control

cruise-control button.

cruise control
automated control system which maintains a constant driving speed (in automobiles)
cruise control
control mechanism for keeping an automobile at a set speed
cruise control
(Otomotiv) An optional feature that keeps your car cruising at a preset speed unless overridden by the brake pedal
cruise control
a piece of equipment in a car that makes it go at a steady speed
cruise liner
a large ship for cruising
cruise liner
a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises
cruise missile
A cruise missile is a missile which carries a nuclear warhead and which is guided by a computer. A guided missile that is launched from a ship or aircraft and serves as a self-contained precision bomb. a large explosive weapon that flies close to the ground and can be aimed at something hundreds of kilometres away. Type of low-flying strategic guided missile developed by the U.S. and the Soviet Union in the 1960s and '70s. The V-1 missile was a precursor. Powered by jet engines, cruise missiles may carry either a nuclear or a conventional warhead. They are designed to hug the ground, which makes them hard to detect by radar. They are launched from ships, submarines, airplanes, and the ground
cruise missile
An unmanned self-propelled guided vehicle that sustains flight through aerodynamic lift for most of its flight path A cruise missile may deliver a conventional or nuclear warhead
cruise missile
long-range and jet-propelled winged bomb that is guided by remote control
cruise missile
an unmanned aircraft that is a self-contained bomb
cruise missile
A guided missile, the major portion of whose flight path to its target is conducted at approximately constant velocity; that depends on the dynamic reaction of air for lift and upon propulsion forces to balance drag [71]
cruise missile
a guided missile that flies to its target close to the earth's surface They can be launched from aircraft, ships, submarines or land sites
cruise ship
{i} passenger ship used for pleasure cruises and visits at one or more different ports
cruise ship
a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises
cruise ship
a large ship with restaurants, bars etc that people have holidays on
cruise speed
An airspeed that usually results in the best fuel economy and is usually between 112 and 2/3 of full power
cruise speed
The aircraft speeds shown in the Aircraft Listings in this directory Cruise speed is the normal speed attained at altitude once the aircraft is no longer climbing and is en route See "Planning A Trip" for rules of thumb regarding actual planning speeds
cruise the roads
travel from place to place without a set destination
booze cruise
A brief trip from Britain to France and/or Belgium in order to buy alcohol (or tobacco) in bulk quantities without paying excise duty
booze cruise
A recreational trip on a cruise ship or boat usually tailored to young people, with the expectation of heavy consumption of alcoholic beverages
cruising
The action of the verb to cruise

There was a fair amount of cruising going on at the gay party.

cruising
Present participle of cruise
kitty cruise
An enlistment in the United States Navy starting before one's eighteenth birthday and, therefore, ending before his twenty-first
Tom Cruise
{i} (born 1962) American movie actor, winner of Golden Globe Awards for his roles in "Jerry Maguire" and "Born on the Fourth of July
Tom Cruise
orig. Thomas Cruise Mapother IV born July 3, 1962, Syracuse, N.Y., U.S. U.S. actor. He made his screen debut in 1981 and rose to stardom as the leading man in Risky Business (1983) and Top Gun (1986). He received acclaim for his dramatic roles in The Color of Money (1986), Rain Man (1988), Born on the Fourth of July (1989), and Magnolia (1999). His other films include A Few Good Men (1992), Mission: Impossible (1996), Jerry Maguire (1996), Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut (1999), and Steven Spielberg's Minority Report (2002)
cruised
past of cruise
cruises
plural of cruise
cruising
The measurement of standing trees on an area to determine the volume and form of wood on that area Commonly includes the measurement of other resources on the area, such as soil, wildlife and fisheries
cruising
{i} sailing, traveling; coasting
cruising
The act of walking along walls or furniture by a pre-walking child for the purpose of maintaining balance
cruising
Cruising is a driving style whereby the driver maintains a set speed with very little fluctuation
cruising
Proceeding normally, unrestricted, with an absence of drastic rudder or engine changes
pleasure cruise
sailing in an entertainment ship
shakedown cruise
cruise that is taken to test the mechanical and human systems of a ship and is occasionally made with passengers traveling at a discount price
cruise
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