decked

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Englisch - Türkisch
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deck
güverte

Tom güverteyi boyuyor. - Tom is painting the deck.

Kamaramdan güverteye gittim. - I went on deck from my cabin.

deck
{i} deste

Bu deste kartlarda maça altı eksik. - The Ace of Spades is missing from this deck of cards.

Tom çantasına uzandı ve bir iskambil destesi çıkarttı. - Tom reached into his bag and pulled out a deck of playing cards.

deck
(deck out) Donatmak, süslemek
deck
iskambil kâğıt takımı
deck
tabiiye
deck
bezemek
deck
(Askeri) bir geminin yatay bölümleri
deck
donatmak
deck
(iskambil) deste
deck
süslemek
deck
donat
deck
kat

Hediyelik eşya mağazası ikinci katta. - The gift shop is on the second deck.

deck
deck chair şezlong
deck
üst kısım
deck
iskambil destesi

Tom çantasına uzandı ve bir iskambil destesi çıkarttı. - Tom reached into his bag and pulled out a deck of playing cards.

İskambil destesini meşe masaya koy. - Place the deck of cards on the oaken table.

deck
deck hand güverte tayfası
deck
güverte,v.donat: n.güverte
deck
güverte gibi yer
deck
ambarda
deck
güve

Tom güvertede yalnız dans etti. - Tom danced alone on the deck.

Geminin üç güvertesi vardı. - The ship had three decks.

deck
i., den. güverte
deck
below decks palavra altına
deck
esrar paketi
deck
deck house üst güvertede yapılan kamara veya salon
deck
bir paket oyun kâğıdı
double decked
iki ciltlik
double decked
çift katlı
double decked
iki katlı
Englisch - Englisch
Adorned or embellished
(in combination) Having a specified number or type of decks
Simple past tense and past participle of deck
Having a specified number or type of decks
past of deck
clothed or adorned with finery
decked out
Simple past tense and past participle of deck out
all decked out
decorated; embellished; well dressed or dressed up (most often in a historic sense)

She was all decked out in her Edwardian finery.

cold decked
Simple past tense and past participle of cold deck
deck
The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship. Small vessels have only one deck; larger ships have two or three decks

Arr, maties! Swab the deck!.

deck
To decorate (something)
deck
To furnish with a deck, as a vessel
deck
To dress (someone) up, to clothe with more than ordinary elegance
deck
A floor or roof covering made out of gage metal attached by welding or mechanical means to joists, beams, purlins, or other structural members and can be galvanized, painted, or unpainted
deck
decorate; "deck the halls with holly"
deck
A tape deck or record deck is a piece of equipment on which you play tapes or records. I stuck a tape in the deck
deck
{n} the floor of a ship, a large pile of cards
deck
{v} to dress, adorn, trim, set off, cover
Deck
(Gazetecilik) Headline section, usually a line or a subsidiary headline
Deck
dk
deck
Horizontal surface or platform of a yacht
deck
The text found underneath the headline of an article or story that provides slightly more detail than the headline and is set in a smaller point size than the headline but larger than the body text Also called deck copy
deck
A main aëroplane surface, esp
deck
any of various floor-like platforms built into a vessel street name for a packet of illegal drugs a porch that resembles the deck on a ship knock down with force; "He decked his opponent"
deck
To dress, as the person; to clothe; especially, to clothe with more than ordinary elegance; to array; to adorn; to embellish
deck
The top surface of a surfboard
deck
A deck is a flat wooden area next to a house, where people can sit and relax or eat. A natural timber deck leads into the main room of the home
deck
If something is decked with pretty things, it is decorated with them. Villagers decked the streets with bunting The house was decked with flowers
deck
The placement of a bill on the Clerk's desk to be in position for third or final reading
deck
be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
deck
One or more boards or panels comprising the top or bottom surface of the pallet
deck
The area that surrounds the pool It can be made of a variety of materials including concrete, flagstone, brick, aggregate, etc A deck should drain well and be slip resistant
deck
any of various floor-like platforms built into a vessel
deck
A heap or store
deck
street name for a packet of illegal drugs
deck
The structural component of the roof of a building which provides the substrate to which the roofing system is applied
deck
a porch that resembles the deck on a ship
deck
pack
deck
Any extended horizontal structure in a vessel, serving as a floor and structural support, covering, partially or fully, a portion of the vessel
deck
a structural component of the roof of a building The deck must be capable of safely supporting the design dead and live loads, including the weight of the roof systems, and the additional live loads required by the governing building codes Decks are either non-combustible (e g , corrugated metal, concrete, or gypsum) or combustible (e g , wood plank or plywood), and provide the substrate to which the roofing or waterproofing system is applied
deck
To cover; to overspread
deck
If you clear the decks, you get ready to start something new by finishing any work that has to be done or getting rid of any problems that are in the way. Clear the decks before you think of taking on any more responsibilities
deck
The upper part or top of a mansard roof or curb roof when made nearly flat
deck
one or more boards or panels comprising the top or bottom surface of the pallet Deck mat - assembly of deckboards and stringerboards, forming the deck of a block pallet Deckboard - element or component of a pallet deck, oriented perpendicular to the stringer or stringerboard Deckboard spacing - distance between adjacent deckboards Deckboard span - distance between deckboard supports (stringers, stringerboards or blocks) Deflection - the amount of deformation or bending in a pallet or pallet component under load Dimensions - see pallet dimensions Double-face pallet - a pallet with top and bottom deckboards extending beyond the edges of the stringers or stringerboards Drive screw nail - helically (continuous spiral) threaded pallet nail
deck
The deck is the wml document and is the equivalent of a web site Can contain any number of cards, each of which is displayed separately by the browser The deck is the smallest amount of data sent to the browser and must be kept to less than 1200 bytes
deck
The structural surface to which the roofing or waterproofing system (including insulation) is applied
deck
noun The laminated (usually) piece of wood that is cut to different shapes as the standing surface of a skateboard
deck
A pack or set of playing cards
deck
knock down with force; "He decked his opponent"
deck
Small vessels have only one deck; larger ships have two or three decks
deck
Any flat surface that can be walked on: a balcony; a porch; a raised patio; a flat rooftop
deck
the top surface of the kayak, where the cockpit entry and hatches are located, as opposed to the hull which is the part of the boat in the water
deck
{f} clothe, array; decorate; hit, punch
deck
of a biplane or multiplane
deck
The floorlike covering of the horizontal sections, or compartments, of a ship
deck
A deck on a vehicle such as a bus or ship is a lower or upper area of it. a luxury liner with five passenger decks. see also flight deck
deck
The surface, installed over the supporting framing members, to which the roofing is applied
deck
A deck of cards is a complete set of playing cards. Matt picked up the cards and shuffled the deck
deck
a pack of 52 playing cards
deck
The structure base of the floor or roof is made of wood or plywood
deck
{i} floor of a ship; full set of playing cards; open porch-like area attached to a house or building that is often made from wooden slats
deck
the surface to which the roofing is applied
deck
The orders for purchase or sale of futures or option contracts held by a floor broker
deck
be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere
deck
The deck of a ship is the top part of it that forms a floor in the open air which you can walk on. She stood on the deck and waved
deck
the flat standing surface of a skateboard, usually laminated maple
deck
In a fight or brawl, to knock someone to the floor, especially with a single punch
deck
The orders for purchase or sale of futures and option contracts held by a floor broker
deck
The covered part of the top of a boat
deck
The roof of a passenger car
deck
A platform or horizontal floor that extends from side to side of a ship The main deck is the highest complete deck on a ship (the one which runs the full length of the ship)
deck
One of the sections of a shell near the bow and stern that are covered, usually with thin plastic or fiberglass
decked

    Türkische aussprache

    dekt

    Aussprache

    /ˈdekt/ /ˈdɛkt/

    Etymologie

    (transitive verb.) 1513. Dutch dekken to cover; akin to Old High German decchen.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    decked out

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