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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} menteşe

Menteşeler gerçekten gıcırtılı. Lütfen onları yağlar mısın? - The hinges are really squeaky. Could you oil them please?

Kapı menteşesinin gıcırtısı sinir bozucu! - The door hinge's creaking is annoying!

{i} esas nokta
{f} on/upon -e bağlı olmak, -e dayanmak
mafsal parçası
depend or be contingent upon
menteşe takmak
{f} menteşe tak
{i} mafsal
{f} menteşelemek
{i} dayanak
{i} dayanak noktası
{i} reze
temel öğe/menteşe
midye gibi hayvanların kabuğunda mafsal
hinge menteşele
(Tıp) hinge
hinge on
hinge joint
(İnşaat) mafsal derzi
hinge on
-e dayanmak
hinge on
-e bağlı olmak
hinge upon
-e dayanmak
hinge joint
menteşe birleşim yeri
hinge joint
reze eklem
hinge nail
menteşe çivisi
hinge on
hinge point
aks noktası
hinge upon
hinge creak
gıcırtı menteşe
hinge moment
(Mühendislik) Menteşe momenti
hinge of engine hood
kaput menteşesi
hinge to hinge
iki eklem arası mesafe
hinge anchorage
menteşe bağlantısı
hinge bar
menteşe çubuğu
hinge collar
tespit halkası
hinge fitting
menteşe bağlantı parçası
hinge flange
menteşe flanşı
hinge half
yarım menteşe
hinge jamb
kasa menteşe ayağı
hinge joint
mafsallı ek yeri
hinge joint
oynar eklem
hinge kit
menteşe kiti
hinge line
eklem çizgisi
hinge offset
(Havacılık) menteşe mesafesi
hinge on
(Fiili Deyim ) -ın üzerinde dönmek , -e dayanmak , -ebağlı olmak
hinge on
bağlı olmak
hinge on
üzerinde dönmek
hinge pin
menteşe pimi
hinge pin
(Otomotiv,Teknik) menteşe mili
hinge pin
biyel yatağı
hinge pivot
menteşe pimi
hinge pivot
menteşe mili
hinge point
(Havacılık) menteşe mihveri
hinge point
(Havacılık) menteşe noktası
hinge post
menteşe desteği
hinge strap
menteşe yaprağı
hinge support
menteşe desteği
hinge type ripper
menteşe tipi riper
hinge valve
mafsallı vana
{s} menteşeli
blind hinge
gizli menteşe
bottom hinge
(İnşaat) mafsallı menteşe
açılır kapanır
butt hinge
pomel menteşe
door hinge
kapı menteşesi
hook and eye hinge
çengelli menteşe
hook-and-eye hinge
çengelli menteşe
grease the hinge
gres menteşe
hinge of
strap hinge
uzun kanatlı menteşe
axial hinge surface
(Jeoloji) eksen eklemi yüzeyi
boom hinge
bum mafsalı
butt hinge
fransız menteşe
butt hinge
yüzey menteşesi
butt hinge
alın menteşesi
cabinet hinge
dolap menteşesi
continuous hinge
(İnşaat) boy menteşe
door hinge
döner kapı menteşesi
ductile hinge
düktil mafsal
female hinge
dişi menteşe
fixed hinge
sabit mafsal
flap hinge
kelebek menteşesi
frictionless hinge
sürtünmesiz mafsal
gerber's hinge
gerber mafsalı
hood hinge
kaput menteşesi
hood hinge
(Otomotiv) motor kaputu menteşesi
invisible hinge
(İnşaat) görünmez menteşe
leaf of hinge
menteşe yaprağı
male hinge
erkek menteşe
piano hinge
boy menteşesi
pivot hinge
mil menteşe
purlin hinge
aşık oynağı
purlin hinge
aşık mafsalı
springing hinge
kenar ayak mafsalı
strap hinge
uzun kollu menteşe
tape hinge
bez menteşe
thread hinge
vidalı menteşe
top of hinge
menteşe kulağı
two way hinge
çift taraflı menteşe
two way hinge
çarpma menteşe
weld hinge
kaynak menteşesi
window hinge
(İnşaat) pencere menteşesi
Englisch - Englisch
A point in time, on which subsequent events depend
To attach by, or equip with a hinge
To depend on something
The median of the upper or lower half of a batch, sample, or probability distribution
A stamp hinge, a folded and gummed paper rectangle for affixing postage stamps in an album
A jointed or flexible device that allows the pivoting of a door etc. See also pintel
archaeology The breaking off of the distal end of a knapped stone flake whose presumed course across the face of the stone core was truncated prematurely, leaving not a feathered distal end but instead the scar of a nearly perpendicular break

The flake hinged at an inclusion in the core.

{n} the joint on which a door turns, a point
A paper or muslin joint, stub, or guard in a bound book that strengthens or permits the free flexing of a section, insert, lear, or map Or The flexible part of the binding material (leather, cloth, paper, etc ) on which the board opens Also called joint
Two leaves, one affixed to the face of a door and one affixed to the door jamb, that allow the door to open and close
To attach by, or furnish with, hinges
A jointed or flexible device on which a door or window turns The earliest known hinges were T-shaped devices called strap or cross-garnet hinges They were made of wrought iron with a cross bar fixed vertically to the door frame, and attached with nails to the door In the 18th century, hinges for interior doors were H-shaped or L-shaped, and attached to the door with nails
(H) Only partial gum remains due to a hinge being removed from the back of a stamp which may or may not have partially removed the gum or caused an apparent gum disturbance
To bend
To stand, depend, hang, or turn, as on a hinge; to depend chiefly for a result or decision or for force and validity; usually with on or upon; as, the argument hinges on this point
a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other a circumstance upon which subsequent events depend; "his absence is the hinge of our plan"
The joint of a case bound book; the gap between the front and back cover boards and the spine which allows the cover to open
- a device, usually pewter, that enables the lid to swivel open on a stein
Junction where the front and back covers meet the spine While technically hinge refers to the inside junction and joint refers to the outside junction, the terms are usually used interchangably
Many types of door hinges are available In general, Kolbe & Kolbe uses adjustable hinges on its inswing doors and non-adjustable hinges on its outswing doors as standard Non-standard hinges may be available upon request, such as Euro hinges, hinges with non-removable pins, ball-bearing hinges, etc See each product page for specifics on the type of hinge used
Stamp hinges are small, rectangular-shaped pieces of glassine paper, usually gummed on one side Folded with the gummed side out, the hinge is used to mount stamps Most modern hinges are peelable Once dry, they may be easily removed from the stamp, leaving little trace of having been applied
{f} attach with a hinge; depend on, pivot; make dependant on
{i} movable joint on which a door or other part turns
The hook with its eye, or the joint, on which a door, gate, lid, etc
a point in a structure at which a member is free to rotate
The paper or tape used to affix a print to a backing
a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other
A flexible device permitting pivoting movement of a door or lid
attach with a hinge
The hook or joint on which door or lid turns, joint that allows movement in one plane only
– The joining point of the two valves of a mollusk shell at the anterior end
A movable joint enabling a window to swing open
the elastic part of the shell that unites the valves along the top of the shell
That on which anything turns or depends; a governing principle; a cardinal point or rule; as, this argument was the hinge on which the question turned
A folded and gummed paper rectangle for affixing postage stamps in an album
A jointed or flexible device that allows the pivoting of a door etc
The line where folded beds show maximum curvature The line formed by the intersection of the hinge plane with the bedding surface
a circumstance upon which subsequent events depend; "his absence is the hinge of our plan"
A hinge is a piece of metal, wood, or plastic that is used to join a door to its frame or to join two things together so that one of them can swing freely. The top swung open on well-oiled hinges. to attach something, using a hinge
Flexible part of the cover on which the boards swing open See also Inner Hinge and Outer Hinge
a stamp hinge A small piece of paper or glassine used to attach a stamp to an album page
A paper or cloth stub or guard that permits the free turning of an insert, leaf, section, or map
= element of secondary structure responsible for flexible behaviour of protein structures Hinges are typically areas of 1, 2 or three residues ; if more residues are involved, the area is usually referred to as a joint (see there)
point at which the Continental Ice floats to become Shelf Ice
The interior junction of the spine and the sides of the book
Two jointed plates hinged together and attached to a door and its frame Serves to support or "hang" the door and allows the door to swing or move Hinges are classified according to installation method
One of the four cardinal points, east, west, north, or south
where the binding meets the flyleaf
turns or swings; a flexible piece, as a strip of leather, which serves as a joint to turn on
hinge on
to depend on, depend upon, be contingent upon

The success of this plan hinges upon his approval.

hinge termination
The abruptly truncated end of a knapped stone flake that did not reach across the entire face of the core stone; also applied to the site of the break on the core
hinge moment
(aerospace engineering) The tendency of an aerodynamic force to produce motion about the hinge line of a control surface
hinge joint
a freely moving joint in which the bones are so articulated as to allow extensive movement in one plane
hinge joint
A joint, such as the elbow, in which a convex part of one bone fits into a concave part of another, allowing motion in only one plane
hinge on
be contingent on; "The outcomes rides on the results of the electin"; "Your grade will depends on your homework"
hinge on
Something that hinges on one thing or event depends entirely on it. The plan hinges on a deal being struck with a new company
hinge upon
{f} depend on, be contingent on, be dependent on
butt hinge
A kind of hinge used in hanging doors, lid, covers, etc.; so named because fastened on the edge of the door, which butts against the frame, stop molding, and casing, instead of on its face, like the strap hinge; also called butt
Simple past tense and past participle of hinge
Affixed with a stamp hinge
stamp hinge
A small gummed strip of folded glassine paper, used to mount stamps on an album page
A hinge
butt hinge
This is a common type of hinge which is often used in the theatre Composed of rectangular leaves joined by either a fixed or a loose pin
butt hinge
(or Butt) See Hinge
butt hinge
a hinge mortised flush into the edge of the door and jamb
butt hinge
These only tend to be used on windows when remote operating gear is installed Unlike friction stays, they allow the sash to pivot at a fixed point (Also used on doors)
butt hinge
A hinge mortised into both the door and frame
butt hinge
A hinge composed of two plates attached to abutting surfaces of a door and door jamb and joined by a pin
butt hinge
See 1st Butt, 10
butt hinge
Hinge in which both leaves are mortised (cut) into the edge of door and frame
butt hinge
A square or rectangular hinge of brass or iron, whose two halves are connected by a pin
butt hinge
A hinge that has a pin inserted into a round barrel, commonly used on swinging doors When butt hinges are requested, Kolbe & Kolbe uses Euro hinges as standard If desired, butt hinges must be requested specifically (Not available on all product series )
Past and past participle of to hinge
Something that is hinged is joined to another thing, or joined together, by means of a hinge. The mirror was hinged to a surrounding frame
Affixed by a hinge, as a door
extremely high on drugs
Furnished with hinges
The value of the lower hinge is approximately the first quartile, or 25th percentile The value of the upper hinge is approximately the third quartile, or 75th percentile The values of the hinges and quartiles may differ slightly because of differing computational conventions
Those points that cut off the bottom and top quarter of a distribution
Hinges are the metal objects that attach your door to the jamb, normally with screws They can be made from brass, steel, iron or other products
plural of hinge
third-person singular of hinge
The hinges are used to connect the moveable control surfaces of the aircraft to the fixed surfaces and allow smooth easy movement They may take several forms including hinge points, pinned hinges, "living" hinges, etc
the internal junctions bewteen the bulk of the pages and the boards (see also joints)
Letter values at depth 1/4, roughly the quartiles sometimes called fourth The Hinges are the endpoints of the box of a box and whisker plot
Part of the hardware of the frame The hinges attach to both the temple and front of the frame
The part of the frame that connect the temples to the frame Hinges can consist of a simple pin hinge or an optical hinge with a small screen
piano hinge
A long narrow hinge with a pin running the entire length of its joint
strap hinge
a door or lid and the other is fastened to the adjacent stationary frame
strap hinge
a hinge with two long straps; one strap is fastened to the surface of a moving part e
tee hinge
a hinge that looks like the letter T when it is opened; similar to a strap hinge except that one strap has been replaced by half of a butt hinge that can be mortised flush into the stationary frame
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) hinge