fortification

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Englisch - Türkisch
tahkimat
güçlendirme
sağlamlaştırma
istihkam/güçlendirme
tahkim etme
(Gıda) zenginleştirme
berkitme
istihkam
tahkim
takviye
istihkam yapma
İstihkam yapma
İstihkam
tahkimat yapma
(Askeri) TAHKİMAT: Bir tahkimatın hazırlanması ve inşası sanatı
{i} temel
{i} kuvvetlendirme
i., ask
{i} esas
istihkâm
fortifications
tahkimatı
deliberate field fortification
(Askeri) HAZIRLANMIŞ SAHRA TAHKİMATI: Düşmanla temas başlamadan önce inşa edilen avcı çukuru, siper, top mevzii veya engeller. Hazırlanmış sahra tahkimatı; genel olarak, ateş veya taarruz tehdidi altında inşa edilen acele sahra tahkimatından daha çok titizlikle meydana getirilir
field fortification
(Askeri) SAHRA TAHKİMATI: Arazideki arızaların doğal savunma kabiliyetini artırmak için yapılan tahkimat: Sahra tahkimatı avcı çukuru (foxhole), engel (obstacle), siper (trench) ve silah mevzii (gun emplacement) vesaireyi ihtiva eder. Bunlar; Savunan için azami ateş ve hareket kabiliyetini sağlayacak ve taarruz edenin hareket kabiliyeti ve ateş tesirini asgari hadde indirecek şekilde inşa edilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "deliberate field fortification" ve "hasty field fortification"
fixed fortification
(Askeri) DAİMİ TAHKİMAT: Gayet sağlam bir şekilde ve genellikle barış zamanında inşa edilen ve hemen hemen daimi olan herhangi bir tahkimatı ifade etmek için kullanılan genel terim
fortifications
tahkimat
hasty field fortification
(Askeri) ACELE SAHRA TAHKİMATI: Düşman ateşi veya her an beklenen düşman taarruz tehdidi altında inşa edilen avcı çukuru, siper, silah amplasmanı veya engel. Acele sahra tahkimatı; daha dikkatle düşman ateşi veya tehdidi yokken yapılan "hazırlanmış sahra tahkimatı (deliberate field fortification) " kadar itinalı ve mükemmel olamaz
hasty field fortification
(Askeri) acele sahra tahkimatı
permanent fortification
(Askeri) Daimi tahkimat
temporary fortification
geçici sağlamlaştırma
Englisch - Englisch
That which fortifies; especially, a work or works erected to defend a place against attack; a fortified place; a fortress; a fort; a castle
The act of fortifying; the art or science of fortifying places to strengthen defence against an enemy
{n} a place built for defense, defense
the addition of an ingredient for the purpose of enrichment (as the addition of alcohol to wine or the addition of vitamins to food)
A Stronghold is rated for defensive strength by the Fortification There are several levels of defense, ranging from simple wooden constructions, to advanced stonework castles
{i} strengthening, fortifying; corroboration; something which fortifies or defends
Raising the alcohol content (per volume) of a wine by adding a liquor with higher alcohol content
the addition of an ingredient for the purpose of enrichment (as the addition of alcohol to wine or the addition of vitamins to food) defensive structure consisting of walls or mounds built around a stronghold to strengthen it the art or science of strengthening defenses
the process of adding alcohol to increase content percentage
The addition of nutrients to feed to improve it's nutritional value
The act of fortifying; the art or science of fortifying places in order to defend them against an enemy
The process of adding distilled spirits to a finished mead to increase its alcohol content, keeping qualities, or flavor
defensive structure consisting of walls or mounds built around a stronghold to strengthen it
the art or science of strengthening defenses
Fortifications are buildings, walls, or ditches that are built to protect a place and make it more difficult to attack. The government has started building fortifications along its eastern border. see also fortify = defence. Structure erected to strengthen a military position against attack. The defense of cities and trade centers, usually by high walls, has been important for centuries. The citadel was the fortress of the ancient world, appearing in cities of Egypt, Greece, and the Roman empire. By Classical Greek times, fortress architecture began incorporating ramparts (walled embankments) and towers. Roman fortresses of the 2nd century tended to be square or rectangular, and were usually of dressed (cut) stone. The medieval castle remained almost impregnable until gunpowder came into use
Increasing the strength of wine beyond that possible by natural fermentation by adding spirit
fortification curtain
The section of a wall or rampart between two gates, bastions, towers or the like
fortification layout
plan of defense
A fortification
work
fortifications
plural of fortification
fortifications
{i} works which are set up to defend or strengthen (i.e. wall, tower, etc.)
fortification
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