ditching

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Englisch - Türkisch
vazgeçme
hendek açılması
(Askeri) MECBURİ İNİŞ: Tehlikede olan bir uçağın denize kontrollü inişi
MECBURi iNi$
{i} denize mecburi iniş
kanal açmak
(Havacılık) mecburi iniş
hendek açma
hendek
ditch
hendek

Sığ hendek üzerinden atladı. - He leaped over the shallow ditch.

Tom Mary'nin cesetini bir hendekte buldu. - Tom discovered Mary's body in a ditch.

ditch
hendek kazmak
ditching tank
(Havacılık) mecburi iniş deneme tankı
ditch
sulama kanalı
ditch
kurtulmak
ditch
sepetlemek
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kuzey denizi
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başından savmak
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kanal
ditch
(Havacılık) mecburi iniş yapmak
ditch
dar hendek
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şarampol
ditch
(Havacılık) uçağı denize indirmek
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drenaj kanalı
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(Havacılık) denize zorunlu inmek
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{f} terket
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bırakmak
ditch
başından atmak
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Yüzüstü bırakmak, terketmek. - Ditching a lover
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hendem
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Defetmek, başından atıp kurtulmak
Ditch
Manş denizi
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dersi asmak
ditch
yağmur suyunun oluşturduğu kanal
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hendekle çevirmek
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suyolu
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terketmek
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ark
ditch
hendeğe yuvarlamak
ditch
denize iniş yapmak
ditch
suyolu açmak
ditch
den kaçmak
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(Askeri) HENDEK, SAVUNMA HENDEĞİ: Özellikle zırhlı ve mekanize kuvvetlere karşı savunmayı takviye maksadıyla ve engel olarak kazılan çukur. Bak. "antitank ditch"
ditch
ditchdigger hendek kazıcısı
ditch
argo arızalı bir uçağı suya indirmek
ditch
ağır ve adi işte çalışan kimse
ditch
hendeğe atmak
ditch
argo kurtulmak
ditch
raydan çıkmak
Englisch - Englisch
present participle of ditch
{i} digging ditches; forsaking
ding-dong ditching
Present participle of ding-dong ditch
ditch
To dig ditches around

The soldiers ditched the tent to prevent flooding.

ditch
To dig ditches

Enclosure led to fuller winter employment in hedging and ditching.

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If you ditch something that you have or are responsible for, you abandon it or get rid of it, because you no longer want it. I decided to ditch the sofa bed. = dump
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a long narrow excavation in the earth any small natural waterway crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane"
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{v} to make a ditch or ditches
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{n} a long trench, cut, moat in fortification
Ditch
fosse
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To throw into a ditch; as, the engine was ditched and turned on its side
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A narrow trench cut into the surface of the ground to transport water from a stream to a point of use away from the stream (Rice/White, 1991)
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A long and small channel to convey water for irrigation or drainage
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excavation from which earth or "spoil" is removed to form a parapet If filled with water, the ditch might be referred to as a moat All entrenchments consist of a ditch and parapet The parapet is a mound built up from the excavated earth
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To discard or abandon
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{i} long narrow channel dug in the ground
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n selokan
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To deliberately not attend classes; to play hookey
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A trench made in the earth by digging, particularly a trench for draining wet land, for guarding or fencing inclosures, or for preventing an approach to a town or fortress
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a long narrow excavation in the earth
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To get rid of something without being seen Often, it's something you've gimmicked and don't want the audience to see
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any small natural waterway
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forsake; "ditch a lover"
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The excavation around the works from which the earth for parapet and rampart is obtained Ditches may be wet (moat) or dry, with the latter the preferred in 18th & 19th century forts When the excavation is on the side farthest from the enemy, it is called a trench
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make an emergency landing on water forsake; "ditch a lover
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Any long, narrow receptacle for water on the surface of the earth
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To deliberately crash-land an airplane on the sea
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(B) discard (usually a loser)
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crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane"
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To dig a ditch or ditches in; to drain by a ditch or ditches; as, to ditch moist land
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Constructed open channel for conducting water
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A trench; a long, shallow indentation, as for irrigation or drainage
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To surround with a ditch
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To dig a ditch or ditches
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noun A drainage ditch, designed for water runoff, which usually runs downhill and sometimes has smooth banks or transitions and can be skated in
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To get rid of a weapon deliberately To "ditch" it
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make an emergency landing on water
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a trough-like excavation made to collect water
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A ditch is a long narrow channel cut into the ground at the side of a road or field
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1 diversion 2 last ditch effort; poor planning 3 safety from harm
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throw away; "Chuck these old notes"
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A long, narrow excavation artificially dug in the ground; especially an open and usually unpaved waterway, channel, or trench for conveying water for drainage or irrigation, and usually smaller than a canal Some ditches may be natural watercourses (Bates and Jackson 1980)
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If a pilot ditches an aircraft or if it ditches, the pilot makes an emergency landing. One American pilot was forced to ditch his jet in the Gulf A survivor was knocked unconscious when the helicopter ditched. see also last-ditch. a long narrow hole dug at the side of a field, road etc to hold or remove unwanted water last-ditch
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A deep dry moat surrounding the fort in front of the parapet It is designed to impede access to the parapet
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If someone ditches someone, they end a relationship with that person. I can't bring myself to ditch him and start again. = dump
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a long narrow excavation in the earth any small natural waterway crash or crash-land; "ditch a car"; "ditch a plane" make an emergency landing on water forsake; "ditch a lover
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A trench or a long narrow depression in the ground A ditch is often associated with a bank See Henge, Quarry ditch, Ring ditch
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A narrow trench cut into the surface of the ground to transport water from a stream to a point of use away from a stream (Rice (1991))
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cut a trench in, as for drainage; "ditch the land to drain it"; "trench the fields"
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The gutter; the channel
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In the latter sense, it is called also a moat or a fosse
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{f} dig a narrow channel in the ground, dig a canal; throw, get rid of, abandon
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sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly; "The company dumped him after many years of service"; "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
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A long narrow trench or furrow dug in the ground, as for irrigation, drainage, or a boundary line
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space between columns, as in tables see gutter margin
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