helm

listen to the pronunciation of helm
Englisch - Türkisch
dümen
take the helm dümen başına geçmek
{i} idare
baş

Başınızı korumak için bir kask takmanız gerekir. - To protect your head, you need to wear a helmet.

idareyi eline almak
lider
yönetici
iskeleye dümen kır
baskısız
helmless dümensiz
{i} miğfer

Bir mermi miğferi deldi. - A bullet pierced the helmet.

Tom miğferini çıkardı ve alnını sildi. - Tom took off his helmet and wiped off his forehead.

{i} yönetim
dümen takımı
i., den. dümen yekesi; dümen
yekesiz
{i} kontrol
başıbo
Rüzgâraltı yöresine getir Port your helm
(Meteoroloji) helm
helm indicator
dümen müşiri
helm of state
eyalet yönetimi
put the helm hard over
alabanda etmek
weather helm
(Askeri) orsaya kaçmak
take the helm
idareyi eline almak
be at the helm
dümen olmak
at the helm
(deyim) basinda (bir isin basinda)
down with the helm!
orsa alabanda!
take the helm
yönetimi devralmak
take the helm
yönetimi üstlenmek
take the helm
dümen başına geçmek
Englisch - Englisch
The only named wind in the British Isles. Blows westward form the Pennine fells over Cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the Helm Bar
The member of the crew in charge of steering the boat
A position of leadership or control
A helmet

Tom needs to be told that he should wear a helmet. - Tom needs to be told he should wear a helmet.

Tom needs to be told he should wear a helmet. - Tom needs to be told that he should wear a helmet.

The steering apparatus of a ship, especially the tiller or wheel
To be a helmsman or a member of the helm; to be in charge of steering the boat
{n} the appratus by which a ship is steered, consisting of a rudder, and tiller, and a wheel
a position of leadership; "the President is at the helm of the Ship of State" steering mechanism for a vessel; a mechanical device by which a vessel is steered
A helve
steering mechanism for a vessel; a mechanical device by which a vessel is steered
One at the place of direction or control; a steersman; hence, a guide; a director
A lever or wheel controlling the rudder of a ship for steering
The helm of a boat or ship is the part that is used to steer it
To cover or furnish with a helm or helmet
The place or office of direction or administration
Ship's centre of steering
The apparatus by which a ship is steered, comprising rudder, tiller, wheel, etc
the steering place in a boat
– The steering apparatus of a ship such as a wheel or tiller
The steering station of a yacht; the tiller or wheel by which the rudder is controlled
To steer; to guide; to direct
A tiller or a wheel generally installed on the bridge or wheelhouse of a ship to turn the rudder during manoeuvering and navigation It is in fact the steering wheel of the ship
The wheel or tiller by which a ship is steered
Area of a boat where operational controls are located
a position of leadership; "the President is at the helm of the Ship of State"
See Haulm, straw
The tiller or wheel by which the rudder is controlled and the area surrounding the steering device
The handle that provides control of the rudder On the Lady Washington, this corresponds to the tiller; on other vessels it could be the ship's wheel
A heavy cloud lying on the brow of a mountain
The wheel or tiller controlling the rudder
the tiller or wheel mechanism by which the boat is steered
Steering wheel installed on the bridge or wheelhouse of a ship to turn the rudder during manoeuvering and navigation
the wheel used to steer the boat
commonly used of the tiller or wheel alone
The part of a coat of arms which bears the crest
The apparatus for steering a ship A ship's steering mechanism
a metal helmet worn for head protection in sword combat
To be a helmsman or helmsman; to be in charge of steering the boat
Vessel's steering wheel
You can say that someone is at the helm when they are leading or running a country or organization. He has been at the helm of Lonrho for 31 years. To cover or furnish with a helmet
the instrument by which the ship is steered, and includes both the wheel and the tiller, as one general term
The steering gear of a ship, especially the tiller or wheel
{i} tiller of ship which directs the rudder; steering apparatus of a ship; position of authority and control
military headgear made of leather or metal
The apparatus (tiller or wheel) by which a vessel is steered, including the rudder
Helmet enclosing the entire head and face and reaching down almost to the shoulders A helm Christian Fletcher Medieval Armour
The tiller
answer the helm
To respond to a movement of the helm by changing direction; only happens if the ship has steerageway
at the helm
at the wheel, in control, in command, directing
be at the helm
steer the ship; be in a position of control and authority
helming
present participle of helm
helms
plural of helm
take the helm
take control; take command
Türkisch - Englisch
(Meteoroloji) helm
helm
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