listen to the pronunciation of graticule
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} şebeke
{i} sistem
(Askeri) ENLEM-BOYLAM ŞEBEKESİ, COĞRAFİ ŞEBEKE: 1. Kartografide dünyanın enlem paralelleri ve boylam meridyenlerini gösteren hatlar şebekesi. 2. Görüntü ile ilgili yorumu için bak. "reticle"
enlem-boylam şebekesi
(Havacılık) enlem boylam şebekesi
graticule ticks
(Askeri) ENLEM/BOYLAM ÇİZGİSİ UÇLARI: Bir harita üzerindeki Enlem-Boylam şebekesinde muayyen meridyen ve paralellerin kesiştiği yerleri belirten kertik şeklindeki kısa hatlar
Englisch - Englisch
A grid of horizontal and vertical lines
The network of lines of latitude and longitude that make a up a coordinate system such as the one used on the Earth
A nearly square or nearly rectangular region created by a graticule
a network of fine lines, dots, cross hairs, or wires in the focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument
A grid of parallels and meridans on a map
A design or draught which has been divided into squares, in order to reproduce it in other dimensions
Reference marks, or measuring scale, placed at the focal plane of a telescope to aid object centring, or to make measurements
A network of longitude and latitude lines on a map or chart, providing the basis for a geographical coordinate system with the capability of relating points on a map to their true locations on the Earth
The grid formed by lines of latitude (parallels) and longitude (meridians) Reference: Matching the Map Projection to the Need
The depiction of the lines of latitude and longitude on a map See "tic "
the network of parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude applied to the global surface and projected onto maps
The grid lines on a screen for measuring oscilloscope traces
1 The network of lines representing parallels and meridians on a map, chart, or plotting sheet See grid
Network of parallels and meridians on a map or chart
the CRT grid lines that facilitate the location and measurement of oscilloscope traces
{i} lines that represent parallels of longitude and latitude on maps and globes; network of lines placed in the focal plane of an eyepiece of an optical device (for visual guidance)
The lines of latitude and longitude on a map





    () French, from Latin crāticula, diminutive form of crātis.