docking

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Bilgisayar) dayama
(Bilgisayar) yanaştırma
(Bilgisayar) yerleştirme
(isim) uzayda kenetlenme
{i} uzayda kenetlenme
kenetlenme
havuzlama
dock
rıhtım

Dev tanker az önce rıhtımdan ayrıldı. - The huge tanker has just left the dock.

Tom günbatımına bakarken teneke düdüğünü çalarak rıhtımda oturmayı sever. - Tom likes to sit on the dock playing his tin whistle while looking at the sunset.

dock
dok
dock
{f} doka çekmek
dock
{i} gemi havuzu
docking station
(Bilgisayar) yerleştirme istasyonu
docking operations
(Askeri) yanaşma harekatı
docking operations
(Askeri) YANAŞMA HAREKATI (DZ.): Dokta kontrol ve onarım (Hv.)
docking station
kenetlenme istasyonu
dock
{i} sanık yeri (mahkemede)
dock
(Bilgisayar) yapışık
dock
{f} azaltmak
dock
limana girmek
dock
{i} tersane
dock
ücret
dock
indirmek
dock
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kuzu kulağı
dock
(Havacılık) kenetlenmek
dock
kuyruğunu kesmek
dock
(Bilgisayar) yuvala
dock
(kuyruğunu) kesmek
dock
(Bilgisayar) yuva
dock
liman

Kız limana bakıyordu. - The girl was gazing at the dock.

dock
(Askeri) yanaşlık
dock
havuza girmek
dock
havuza çekmek
dock
sanık yeri mahkemede
dock
doka girmek
dock
limana sokmak
dock
{f} rıhtıma yanaş

Gemi henüz rıhtıma yanaşmadı bile. - The ship hasn't even docked yet.

dock
(mahkemede) sanık yeri
dock
(vergin/vb.) kısmak
dock
(gemi) limana girmek
dock
karabuğdaya benzer bir ot
cross docking
(Nakliyat, Lojistik) Çapraz yükleme: bir ürünü, üretim işlemi tamamlanır tamamlanmaz araya depolama ve diğer envanter işlemeleri girmeden müşteriye ulaştırmak
dock
iskele

Tom genellikle iskeleden balık tutar ama bazen kıyıdan balık tutar. - Tom usually fishes off the dock, but sometimes he fishes from the shore.

Tom teknesini iskeleye bağladı. - Tom tied his boat to the dock.

dry docking
(Denizcilik) Gemiyi havuzlama, gemiyi havuza söküp tamirat yapma
one who performs docking, as of tails
bir yerleştirme yapar gibi kuyruklarında
ship's docking time
liman beklemesi
dock
kısaltmak
dock
yük rampası
dock
kesinti
dock
kuyruğun kemikli kısmı
dock
karabuğday benzeri bir ot
dock
kuyruğunu kısaltmak
dock
uzayda kenetlenmek
dock
kesmek
dock
rıhtıma yanaşmak
dock
kısa kesilmiş kuyruk
dock
patience dock labada
dock
mahkemede sanık yeri
dock
ot/sanık yeri/dok
dock
kısmak
dock
Rumex patientia sour dock kuzukulağı
dock
{i} havuz, gemi havuzu, dok
dock
Rumex acetosa
dock
{f} uzayda başka gemiye kenetlemek
dock
{f} (ücretten) kesmek
dock
{f} (kuyruğunu) kısaltmak, kesmek
dock
limana gir/kes
dock
{i} huk. sanık yeri
dock
{i} eyer kuskunu
dock
sanık yeri
pci to isa docking bridge
PCI'dan ISA'ya Takmalı Köprü
pci to pci docking bridge
PCI'dan PCI'ya Takmalı Köprü
Englisch - Englisch
The sex act of pressing one's penis into the foreskin of another
Present participle of dock
The securing of a vessel to the quayside with cables
The process of cutting off or trimming the tail or ears of an animal
The process of connecting one spacecraft to another
Cutting and trimming the long hairs in a horse's tail or cutting off the tail of a sheep
The act of coupling two or more orbiting objects; the operation of mechanically connecting together, or in some manner bringing together, orbital payloads
This refers to the amputation of the dock for the sake of appearance
guiding a boat to the wharf (accostage)
The act of joining two or more orbiting objects
Three- dimensional molecular structure is one of the foundations of structure- based drug design Often, data are available for the shape of a protein and a drug separately, but not for the two together The program AutoDock was originally written in FORTRAN-77 in 1990 by David S Goodsell here in Arthur J Olson's laboratory It performs automated docking of ligands (small molecules like a candidate drug) to their macromolecular targets (usually proteins, sometimes DNA) [Garrett B Morris, "Molecular docking web", Scripps, Dec 2000] http: //www scripps edu/pub/olson-web/people/gmm/index html
{i} act of bringing a boat to dock, act of bringing a boat ashore
the act of securing an arriving vessel with ropes
joining with another space vehicle in space
Slitting a loaf with 1/4" - 1/2" cuts, for the purpose of guiding the bloom of the loaf so that it swells where the baker wants it to and for decorative purposes
docking station
A piece of hardware into which a laptop computer can be plugged for use as a desktop computer, peripherals such as the monitor being connected directly to the docking station
docking stations
plural form of docking station
docking station
base unit for a portable computer which provides an electrical connection and a connection to additional input-output resources
Dock
A male given name or nickname
dock
To join two moving items
dock
The fleshy root of an animal's tail, which remains after the tail has been docked
dock
The body of water between two piers or wharves
dock
A fixed structure attached to shore to which a vessel is secured when in port
dock
To cut off a section of an animal's tail
dock
To reduce (wages); to deduct
dock
Part of a courtroom where the accused sits
dock
To drag a user interface element (such as a toolbar) to a position on screen where it snaps into place
dock
Any of the genus Rumex of coarse weedy plants with small green flowers related to buckwheat, especially the common dock, and used as potherbs and in folk medicine, especially in curing nettle rash

And vnder neath him his courageous steed, / The fierce Spumador trode them downe like docks .

dock
A toolbar that provides the user with a way of launching applications, and switching between running applications
dock
The buttocks or anus
dock
A device designed as a base for holding a connected portable appliance such as a laptop computer (in this case, referred to as a docking station), or a mobile telephone, for providing the necessary electrical charge for its autonomy, or as a hardware extension for additional capabilities
dock
An act of docking; joining two things together
space docking
The act of two spacecraft docking
dock
{n} a place for ships, cut tail, chine, herb
dock
{v} to lay a ship in a dock, to cut short
Dock
An uncommon male given name or nickname
cross docking
A logistics activity that attempts to reduce costs and total lead time by breaking down received items on the loading dock and immediately matching them with outgoing shipment requirements, instead of stocking the items in warehouse locations and returning to pick for orders at a later time
cross docking
An efficient distribution approach in which merchandise is pre-packed by the store and moved directly from the receiving dock to the shipping dock Eliminates the need to place inventory in storage
cross docking
An efficient distribution approach in which merchandise is pre-packed by store and moved directly from the retailer's receiving dock to the shipping dock Eliminates the cost and delay of placing inventory in storage
cross docking
–An efficient distribution approach in which merchandise is pre-packed by store and moved directly through a distribution center and into outbound trucks Eliminates the cost and delay of placing inventory in storage
cross docking
A distribution system in which merchandise received at the warehouse or distribution center is not put away, but instead is readied for shipment to retail stores Cross docking requires close synchronization of all inbound and outbound shipments By eliminating the put-away, storage and selection operations, it can significantly reduce distribution costs In pallet-level cross docking, entire pallets are received from the vendor and moved directly to the outbound trucks without further handling In case level cross docking, cases are transferred into a conveyer system, if one is available, which routes them to the appropriate outbound staging area for delivery to the store
dock
The action of reducing wages
dock
To insert or remove a device in a computer system
dock
{also doc the buttocks or anus
dock
any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine
dock
A dock is a platform for loading vehicles or trains. The truck left the loading dock with hoses still attached
dock
To cut off a part from; to shorten; to deduct from; to subject to a deduction; as, to dock one's wages
dock
A basin for the reception of vessels Wet docks are utilized for the loading and unloading of ships Dry docks are utilized for the construction or repair of ships
dock
If you dock someone's wages or money, you take some of the money away. If you dock someone points in a contest, you take away some of the points that they have. He threatens to dock her fee see also dry dock. On trial or under intense scrutiny. Any coarse weedy plant of the genus Rumex, in the buckwheat family, that has a long taproot and is sometimes used as a potherb. Most docks are native to Europe but naturalized throughout North America. Examples include curly dock (R. crispus) and bitter dock (R. obtusifolius). The early basal leaves of patience-dock (R. patientia) are sometimes used in salads. The common weed R. acetosa is known variously as dock, common sorrel, or garden sorrel. See also sorrel
dock
to cut off, as the end of a thing; to curtail; to cut short; to clip; as, to dock the tail of a horse
dock
To cut off a section of an animals tail
dock
The berthing space or waterway between two wharves or two piers, or cut into the land (Bates & Jackson 1980)
dock
{i} wharf, pier; tail, stub; prisoner's seat in a courtroom
dock
remove or shorten the tail of an animal come into dock; "the ship docked"
dock
The structure such as a pier in which the vessel ties up when in port
dock
The slip or waterway between two PIERS, or cut into the land, for the reception of ships
dock
an enclosure in a court of law where the defendant sits during the trial a platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloaded any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine haul into a dock; "dock the ships"
dock
A linear platform extending from the shoreline into the water to accommodate pedestrians going to and from water activities and a stable platform from which to launch and moor water craft
dock
the solid bony part of the tail of an animal as distinguished from the hair landing in a harbor next to a pier where ships are loaded and unloaded or repaired; may have gates to let water in or out; "the ship arrived at the dock more than a day late"
dock
A plant in the genus Rumex
dock
remove or shorten the tail of an animal
dock
Any of several varieties of the hardy perennial herb from the perennial herb from the buckwheat family The most strongly flavored variety is "sour dock " The mildest form is "dock sorrel," also known as "herb patience dock "
dock
A location at a port where cargo can be loaded and unloaded and other shipping functions can be performed
dock
The sorting or staging platform where shipments are loaded or unloaded
dock
To draw, law, or place (a ship) in a dock, for repairing, cleaning the bottom, etc
dock
A structure built along or at an angle form a navigable waterway so that vessels may lie alongside to load and discharge cargo
dock
v To make physical controlled contact with another skydiver while in freefall; or, when building canopy formations, with another jumper's canopy DOOR EXIT: (see DIVER EXIT)
dock
A structure bordering the water area in which boats lie; See pier and wharf
dock
The slip or water way extending between two piers or projecting wharves, for the reception of ships; sometimes including the piers themselves; as, to be down on the dock
dock
To land at a harbour
dock
When a ship docks or is docked, it is brought into a dock. The vessel docked at Liverpool in April 1811 Russian commanders docked a huge aircraft carrier in a Russian port
dock
The action of joining two items together
dock
A dock is a small structure at the edge of water where boats can tie up, especially one that is privately owned. = jetty
dock
An artificial basin or an inclosure in connection with a harbor or river, used for the reception of vessels, and provided with gates for keeping in or shutting out the tide
dock
The place in court where a criminal or accused person stands
dock
The act of bringing the ship alongside the dock, i e quay, berth or pier
dock
In a law court, the dock is where the person accused of a crime stands or sits. What about the odd chance that you do put an innocent man in the dock?
dock
landing in a harbor next to a pier where ships are loaded and unloaded or repaired; may have gates to let water in or out; "the ship arrived at the dock more than a day late"
dock
Ligand-receptor binding site prediction programs
dock
haul into a dock; "dock the ships"
dock
deprive someone of benefits, as a penalty
dock
A burdock plant, or the leaves of that plant
dock
It is the area at the top of the tail
dock
to join with another space vehicle in space
dock
A body of water between two piers or wharves
dock
An area on the edge of the screen that holds applications, documents, minimized windows, folders, storage devices, and links to websites It is customizable by users to allow them to easily organize and quickly access their most used resources
dock
Being in the harbour area
dock
To connect a Newton device to another computer, in most cases to transfer data The Dock is also a built-in application under Newton OS 2 1 used to perform the action of connecting to another computer See also Connection
dock
A genus of plants (Rumex), some species of which are well-known weeds which have a long taproot and are difficult of extermination
dock
Part of a courtroom where accused sits
dock
a section of a hotel or restaurant, as in coffee dock
dock
deduct from someone's wages deprive someone of benefits, as a penalty
dock
{f} bring a boat to a dock; cut the end of a body part (esp. the tail of an animal); deduct; connect a laptop computer to an anchoring station which supplies electricity and input-output resources (Computers)
dock
To insert a portable computer into a base unit Cold docking means that the docking process must begin when the computer is in a power off (S5) state, and the computer must be powered on before the docking process is complete Hot docking means the computer can be docked while running at full power
dock
(a) The water alongside a pier or wharf (b) Loading or unloading platform at an industrial location or carrier terminal
dock
a platform built out from the shore into the water and supported by piles; provides access to ships and boats
dock
The solid part of an animal's tail, as distinguished from the hair; the stump of a tail; the part of a tail left after clipping or cutting
dock
deduct from someone's wages
dock
A dock is an enclosed area in a harbour where ships go to be loaded, unloaded, and repaired. She headed for the docks, thinking that Ricardo might be hiding in one of the boats
dock
come into dock; "the ship docked"
dock
A structure built along or at an angle from a navigable waterway so that vessels may lie alongside to receive and discharge cargo
dock
an enclosure in a court of law where the defendant sits during the trial
dock
When one spacecraft docks or is docked with another, the two crafts join together in space. The space shuttle Atlantis is scheduled to dock with Russia's Mir space station They have docked a robot module alongside the orbiting space station
dock
a short or shortened tail of certain animals
dock
A case of leather to cover the clipped or cut tail of a horse
dock
the solid bony part of the tail of an animal as distinguished from the hair
dock
A protected water area in which vessels are moored The term is often used to denote a pier or a wharf
dock
To cut off, bar, or destroy; as, to dock an entail
dock
To reduce wages; to deduct
dock
Usually located at the bottom of your screen which contains the Finder and all other currently active programs (applications) Aliases for applications, folders or files can also reside in the dock When a window is minimized it goes to the dock
dock
a platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloaded
dock
1 place of rest from stress or problems in life 2 tied to dock; unable to let go of problems and see clearly; looking for safety unable to take steps by self
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