Çalışanların alışkanlıklarından biri sarhoş olmak ve ertesi güne kadar sefil hayatlarını unutmak için iş gününün sonunda bir barda ya da restoranda toplanmaktır. - One of the employees' habits is to gather in some bar or restaurant at the end of the workday to get drunk and forget their miserable life until the next day.
İşçiler hoşça vakit geçirebilecekleri bir barda toplanmak istiyor. - The workers like to gather in a pub where they can let their hair down.
Yeryüzüne ilk çıkışından beri, insan oğlu bilgi topladı ve faydalı fikirleri diğer insanlara bildirme girişiminde bulundu. - Since their first appearance on earth, men have gathered information and have attempted to pass useful ideas to other men.
Sözlük yaklaşık yarım milyon kelime toplar. - The dictionary gathers nearly half a million words.
a group of pages of the book, that are sewn as a unit into the bound book Typically, but not always, folded from a single sheet Also known as a "Section", the British term for this is a "Quire" The word " signature" is commonly misused for this
the operation of inserting the printed pages, sections or signatures of a book in the correct order for binding
That which is gathered, collected, or brought together A crowd; an assembly; a congregation
The same as quire Folded section of parchment or paper leaves which can be bound together with other gatherings to form a book
The collection and processing of gas from individual wells for delivery to a pipeline system Gas is processed to remove various solids and liquids and to odorize the gas so it is easy to detect in the event of a leak
a group of leaves formed from one folded sheet of paper, the number of leaves depending on the size of the original sheet and the way in which folded, multiple gatherings being sewn together to form the unbound book
accumulating and becoming more intense; "the deepening gloom"; "felt a deepening love"; "the gathering darkness"; "the thickening dusk"
(Tekstil) A fashion detail that provides fullness in garment areas such as the waistline, the cuff of a full sleeve, or a sleeve cap. Also used to create ruffles, such as those found on decorative pillows
If something gathers speed, momentum, or force, it gradually becomes faster or more powerful. Demands for his dismissal have gathered momentum in recent weeks The raft gathered speed as the current dragged it toward the falls. = gain
If you gather things, you collect them together so that you can use them. I suggest we gather enough firewood to last the night She stood up and started gathering her things together. = collect Gather up means the same as gather. When Sutcliffe had gathered up his papers, he went out He gathered the leaves up off the ground
If you gather information or evidence, you collect it, especially over a period of time and after a lot of hard work. a private detective using a hidden tape recorder to gather information = collect, amass
To bring closely together the parts or particles of; to contract; to compress; to bring together in folds or plaits, as a garment; also, to draw together, as a piece of cloth by a thread; to pucker; to plait; as, to gather a ruffle
When you gather something such as your strength, courage, or thoughts, you make an effort to prepare yourself to do something. You must gather your strength for the journey. = muster Gather up means the same as gather. She was gathering up her courage to approach him when he called to her
You use gather in expressions such as `I gather' and `as far as I can gather' to introduce information that you have found out, especially when you have found it out in an indirect way. I gather his report is highly critical of the trial judge `He speaks English,' she said to Graham. `I gathered that.' From what I could gather, he was trying to raise money by organising festivals
If people gather somewhere or if someone gathers people somewhere, they come together in a group. In the evenings, we gathered around the fireplace and talked The man signalled for me to gather the children together. = assemble, collect
Any human society that depends on hunting, fishing, or the gathering of wild plants for subsistence. Until 8,000 years ago, all peoples were foragers of wild food. Many foraging peoples continued to practice their traditional way of life into the 20th century, but today all such peoples have developed extensive contacts with settled groups. In the traditional hunting-and-gathering society, social groups were small, usually made up of either individual family units or a number of related families collected together in a band. The diet was well balanced and ample, and food was shared. The men usually did the hunting while the women gathered plants and did most domestic chores. The remainder of the time was spent on social and religious activities
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