hatches

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Definition von hatches im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

hatch
{f} yumurtadan çıkmak
hatch
ambar ağzı
hatches, matches and dispatches
özel ilanlar
hatches, matches and dispatches
kişisel ilanlar
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{f} gizlice hazırlamak
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yumurtadan çıkma
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bölme
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ambarağzı
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yapmak (plan)
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kurmak
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(Askeri) yolcu kapısı
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tasarlamak
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geçit
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yumurtadan çıkan hayvanlar
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(Askeri) kuluçka
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tezgahlamak
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çizgilerle süslemek
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çevirmek
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civciv çıkarma

Bu yumurtalardan biri henüz civciv çıkarmadı. - One of these eggs hasn't hatched yet.

hatch
(civciv) yumurtadan çıkmak
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kırılıp civciv çıkarmak
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yumurtasını kırmak
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(yumurta) kırılmak
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gemi ya da uçakta yolcu kapısı
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(plan/vb.) kurmak
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{f} çizgilerle süsle
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çizgilerle süsle(mek)
doors and hatches
(Askeri) giriş yeri ve kapaklar
hatch
{f} büyümek
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tarama yapmak
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kaporta
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{f} olmak
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kapı/pencere/bölme
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kuluçkaya yatırmak
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{i} servis penceresi
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ince çizgi
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tarama
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{i} kapak
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ince ince çizmek
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civcivler

Tavuk civcivlerini çıkarana kadar yumurtalarının üstünde oturur. - The hen sits on her eggs until they hatch.

Tavuğun civcivleri yumurtadan çıkıyorlar. - The hen's chicks are hatching.

hatch
{i} ambar kapağı

Tayfa şimdi ambar kapağını açıyor. - The crew is now opening the hatch.

hatch
{f} (plan) yapmak, (kumpas) kurmak
hatch
civciv çıkarmak
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planla/sıcak tut/kır
hatch
{f} iş çevirmek
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i., den. ambar ağzı; ambar kapağı
hatch
{f} çıkmak
hatch
bölmeli kapının alt kısmı
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kırılmak
Englisch - Englisch
Put on the hatches Figuratively, shut the door (Anglo-Saxon, hæc a gate Compare haca, a bar or bolt ) Under hatches Dead and buried The hatches of a ship are the coverings over the hatchways (or openings in the deck of a vessel) to allow of cargo, etc , being easily discharged "And though his soul has gone aloft, His body's under hatches " Hatchet [Greek axine, Latin ascia, Italian accetta, French hachette, our hatchet and axe ) To bury the hatchet (See Bury ) To throw the hatchet To tell false-hoods In allusion to an ancient game where hatchets were thrown at a mark, like quoits It means the same as drawing the long-bow (q v )
third-person singular of hatch
plural of hatch
covered openings in the deck of a kayak for stowing gear
batten down the hatches
Prepare for trouble
batten down the hatches
To cover the hatches on a sailing ship with tarpaulins and nail the edges down with battens, to prevent water getting below-decks in a storm
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An opening in a wall at window height for the purpose of serving food or other items

The cook passed the dishes through the serving hatch.

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To break open when a young animal emerges from it
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A horizontal door in a floor or ceiling
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A gullet
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As in the phrase "hatched, matched, and dispatched." A birth, the birth records (in the newspaper)
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To incubate eggs; to cause to hatch
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(Often as Mayfly hatch) The phenomenon, lasting 1-2 days, of large clouds of mayflies appearing in one location (to mate, having reached maturity)
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A group of birds that emerged from eggs at a specified time

These pullets are from an April hatch.

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A narrow passageway between the decks of a ship or submarine
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A flood gate; a sluice gate
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To contrive or plot; to form by meditation, and bring into being; to originate and produce; to concoct; as, to hatch mischief; to hatch heresy
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to devise. (hatch a plan)
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{n} a brood, half-door, door on a ship's deck
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{v} to produce young, plot, contrive, shade
batten down the hatches
(Gemicilik) Nautical - secure a ship's tarpaulins
batten down the hatches
(Gemicilik) Prepare for a difficult situation
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A hatch is an opening in a ceiling or a wall, especially between a kitchen and a dining room, which you can pass something such as food through
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A bedstead
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the production of young from an egg
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A unit used to provide access to a roof from the interior of a building
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The process of constructing a set of evenly spaced lines in a closed area
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A frame or weir in a river, for catching fish
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to emerge from an egg
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A hatch is an opening in the deck of a ship, through which people or cargo can go. You can also refer to the door of this opening as a hatch. He stuck his head up through the hatch
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An opening in the deck, provided with a hatch cover and a box trim built around it
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The opening in the deck of a vessel; gives access to the cargo hold
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The act of hatching
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A sliding or hinged opening in the deck, providing people with access to the cabin or space below
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A door with an opening over it; a half door, sometimes set with spikes on the upper edge
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sit on (eggs); "Birds brood"; "The female covers the eggs"
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The chickens produced at once or by one incubation; a brood
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Cover leading to a hold
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A hinged door covering an opening in a ship's deck
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– A covered opening in a ship's deck through which cargo can be lowered or entrance made to a lower deck
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draw, cut, or engrave lines, usually parallel, on metal, wood, or paper; "hatch the sheet"
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Development; disclosure; discovery
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a movable barrier covering a hatchway
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An opening in the deck of a vessel or floor of a warehouse which serves as a passageway or hoistway; a hatchway; also; a cover or door, or one of the covers used in closing such an opening
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Filling an area with a set of parallel lines, Normal chosen to be horizontal, vertical or at 45 degrees See also Copper Fill
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An opening into, or in search of, a mine
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{f} emerge from an egg; cause to come out of an egg; incubate; plan, produce, concoct; initiate; draw parallel lines to produce the effect of shading
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To produce, as young, from an egg or eggs by incubation, or by artificial heat; to produce young from (eggs); as, the young when hatched
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The cover of, or opening in, the deck of a vessel through which cargo is loaded
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inlay with narrow strips or lines of a different substance such as gold or silver, for the purpose of decorating
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A deck opening
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To cross with lines in a peculiar manner in drawing and engraving
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[1] The rear opening of a vehicle which allows passage into its cab
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to break out of an egg
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to shade an area of a drawing or diagram with fine parallel lines, particularly with lines which cross each other: cross-hatch
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a trapdoor
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When an egg hatches or when a bird, insect, or other animal hatches an egg, the egg breaks open and a baby comes out. The eggs hatch after a week or ten days During these periods the birds will lie on the cage floor as if trying to lay or hatch eggs
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to incubate eggs; cause to hatch
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{i} brood of hatchlings; emergence from an egg; opening in a wall or floor, opening through which passengers or cargo may pass (especially in a ship); door covering such an opening, trapdoor
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The covering over an opening in the ship's deck, usually of considerable size leading to a hold
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a small door in large mechanical structures and vehicles such as aircraft and spacecraft often provided for access for maintenance
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An opening through the deck into a compartment, and closed by a hatch cover Normally seen on sea kayaks
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The process where a young larvae comes out of its egg
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If someone battens down the hatches, they prepare themselves so that they will be able to survive a coming difficulty or crisis. Many firms are battening down the hatches and preparing to ride out the storm. A fine line used in hatching
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a movable barrier covering a hatchway shading consisting of multiple crossing lines the production of young from an egg emerge from the eggs; "young birds, fish, and reptiles hatch"
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the phenomenon, lasting 1-2 days, of large clouds of mayflies appearing in one location (to mate, having reached maturity)
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An opening in a boat's deck for persons or cargo to go below
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shading consisting of multiple crossing lines
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A hole in the deck that works as a window of sorts, and has a cover, usually wooden or plastic
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When a baby bird, insect, or other animal hatches, or when it is hatched, it comes out of its egg by breaking the shell. As soon as the two chicks hatch, they leave the nest burrow The young disappeared soon after they were hatched
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An opening, generally rectangular, in a ship's deck affording access into the compartment below
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An opening in a boat's deck fitted with a watertight cover
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If you hatch a plot or a scheme, you think of it and work it out. He has accused opposition parties of hatching a plot to assassinate the Pope
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To produce young; said of eggs; to come forth from the egg; said of the young of birds, fishes, insects, etc
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a: an opening in the deck of a ship or in the floor or roof of a building b: the covering for such an opening
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Access port on front and/or rear deck of a touring or sea kayak
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Flip a coin If heads, remove all damage counters from this Pokémon Then, search your deck for a card that evolves from this Pokémon and attach that card to this Pokémon This counts as evolving this Pokémon Shuffle your deck afterward Pokémon with this attack: Metapod L23
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A cover used to close and seal a hatchway or opening
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To close with a hatch or hatches
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devise or invent; "He thought up a plan to get rich quickly"; "no-one had ever thought of such a clever piece of software"
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emerge from the eggs; "young birds, fish, and reptiles hatch"
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To cross; to spot; to stain; to steep
hatches

    Türkische aussprache

    häçîz

    Aussprache

    /ˈhaʧəz/ /ˈhæʧɪz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'hach ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English hache, from Old English hæc; akin to Middle Dutch hecke trapdoor.

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