hoarding

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} ilan panosu
çit
{f} istif et
tahta perde
ilan tahtası
İddihar

Hoarding is a hidden fund or supply stored for future use.

{i} istifçilik
{i} stok yapma
{i} pano
{i} biriktirme
stok et
{i} istifleme
{i} yığma
{f} biriktir: prep.biriktirerek
reklam tabelası
reklam panosu
hoarding instinct
saklama içgüdüsü
hoard
{f} toplamak
hoard
yığmak
hoard
saklamak
hoard
istiflemek
hoard
{f} biriktir

Bir cimri tedbirli olduğu için değil fakat açgözlü olduğu için para biriktirir. - A miser hoards money not because he is prudent but because he is greedy.

hoard
istif
hoard
istif etmek
hoard
biriktirmek
advertisement hoarding
ilan panosu
hoard
{f} stoklamak
hoard
toplu haldeki mal
hoard
istifçi
hoard
{i} define
hoard
stok et
hoard
hoarder biriktirip saklayan kimse
hoard
stok

Sami uyuşturucu stokluyordu. - Sami was hoarding drugs.

Tom kompulsif bir stokçu. - Tom is a compulsive hoarder.

hoard
{f} istif et
hoard
büyük miktar/stok
hoard
aklında tutmak
hoard
saklanmış mal
hoard
{f} biriktirmek, stok etmek, istiflemek
hoard
{i} biriktirilmiş şey, istif
Englisch - Englisch
A temporary fence-like structure built around building work to add security and prevent accidents to the public
Present participle of hoard
A roofed wooden shield placed over the battlements of a castle and projecting from them
A billboard
{i} billboard (British usage); temporary tall fence made of boards enclosing a construction site; fence made of hurdles; temporary balcony made of wood that is hung from the upper walls from which missiles could be dropped
A fence, barrier, or cover, inclosing, surrounding, or concealing something
Upper wooden stories on a stone castle wall A living area, Could also be a temporary wooden balcony suspended from the tops of walls from which missiles could be dropped
action of the verb to hoard
A screen of boards inclosing a house and materials while builders are at work
U K term for BILLBOARD
Upper wooden stories on a stone castle wall; the living area; sometimes, a temporary wooden balcony suspended from the tops of walls from which missiles could be dropped
large outdoor signboard
present participle of the verb to hoard
Saving Usually associated with the idea of people holding money despite the loss of interest involved because of the fear of the prices of financial instruments falling
A wooden gallery built out from the Battlements that provided additional protection and fighting space at the wall top; replaced in later castles by a Machicolated stone Parapet
A hoarding is a very large board at the side of a road or on the side of a building, which is used for displaying advertisements and posters. An advertising hoarding on the platform caught her attention
hoard
A hidden, secret supply or fund
hoard
A cache of valuable objects or artefacts; a trove
hoard
To amass, usually for one's personal collection
hoard
to gather and store away for the sake of accumulation
hoard
{n} a private stock, hidden store, treasure
hoard
{v} to lay up privately, lay up, keep
hoard
A store, stock, or quantity of anything accumulated or laid up; a hidden supply; a treasure; as, a hoard of provisions; a hoard of money
hoard
To collect and lay up; to amass and deposit in secret; to store secretly, or for the sake of keeping and accumulating; as, to hoard grain
hoard
TR>
hoard
get or gather together; "I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"; "She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"; "She rolled up a small fortune"
hoard
a secret store of valuables or money
hoard
{i} accumulation or supply that has been carefully gathered and set aside in a safe place, stockpile, store; treasure
hoard
If you hoard things such as food or money, you save or store them, often in secret, because they are valuable or important to you. They've begun to hoard food and gasoline and save their money Consumers did not spend and create jobs; they hoarded + hoarder hoarders hoard·er Most hoarders have favorite hiding places
hoard
A hoard is a store of things that you have saved and that are valuable or important to you or you do not want other people to have. The case involves a hoard of silver and jewels valued at up to $40m. = cache. a collection of things that someone hides somewhere, especially so they can use them later hoard of. hoard up to collect and save large amounts of food, money etc, especially when it is not necessary to do so
hoard
See Hoarding, 2
hoard
{f} collect, gather, amass, stockpile (i.e. food, money, etc.)
hoard
One hears this word a lot in syngraphic circles It refers to the fact that a large quantity (a hoard!) of a scarce note suddenly appears on the market, substantially lowering its value (Remember when the Cambodian 1000 Riels note of 1973 catalogued $50 00?) A novice collector will do well to realize that such things can and do happen, although the appearance of hoards has been steadily diminishing since the Early Seventies
hoard
a secret store of valuables or money save up as for future use
hoard
Burying objects in the ground has long been a way of hiding them from thieves and robbers A hoard is a collection of objects – often of precious metal – all buried in the ground at the same time for safe-keeping and awaiting later recovery in prehistoric and historic times There are several types of hoard, depending upon the reasons for the objects' being buried: Founder's hoard, Loot hoard, Merchant's hoard, Personal hoard, Treasure trove, Votive hoard These were often forgotten or not collected for other reasons See Treasure Act [1996]
hoard
save up as for future use
hoard
an accumulation of the same type or types of coins
hoard
To lay up a store or hoard, as of money
hoard
To amass, usually for ones personal collection
hoardings
plural of hoarding
hoarding

    Silbentrennung

    hoard·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    hôrdîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈhôrdəɴɢ/ /ˈhɔːrdɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    () before 12th century. From Old French hourd, hourt (“barrier, palisade”)

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