hood

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kapüşon

Tom bir kapüşonlu yağmurluk giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a hooded raincoat.

Tom gri bir kapüşonlu tişört giyiyordu. - Tom was wearing a gray hoodie.

{i} oto. motor kapağı, kaput
kukuleteye benzeyen herhangi bir sey
motor kapagı
{i} tepelik
ocak yaşmağı
davlumbaz
(Askeri) TAPA KÜLAHI: Bir merminin tapasını koruyan kapak
argo hayta
{i} katlanır araba üstü
kuk

Tom bir kukuleta takıyordu. - Tom was wearing a hood.

(Askeri) kapele muşamba
(Otomotiv) motor kaputu

Arabanın motor kaputunda bir şey var. - There's something on the hood of your car.

yeraltı dünyasından biri
tevazün kapağı
kaporta
(Kimya) çekerocak
tepe
kabadayı
üniversitelerde rütbe göstermek için pro- fesörlerin cüppelerine takılan başlık şeklindeki parça
motor kaportası
kapşon

Sami gri bir kapşonlu svetşört giyiyordu. - Sami was wearing a gray hoodie.

Sami siyah pantolon ve gri bir kapşonlu svetşört giymişti. - Sami was dressed in black pants and a gray hoodie.

kukuleta

Tom bir kukuleta takıyordu. - Tom was wearing a hood.

başlık

Köydeki herkes ona Yeşil Başlıklı Kız diyordu. - Everyone in the village called her Little Green Riding Hood.

Kurt kırmızı başlıklı kızı yedi. Avcı kurtu vurdu. - The wolf ate Little Red Riding Hood. The hunter shot the wolf.

kapişon
(Aİ) kaput
Neighbourhood kelimesinin kısa söylenişi, mahalle
lik
kukulete
lık
{i} körüklü örtü
(İnşaat) kaput

Arabanın motor kaputunda bir şey var. - There's something on the hood of your car.

Tom arabanın kaputunda oturuyordu. - Tom was sitting on the hood of the car.

{f} üstünü kapatmak
{i} dedantör
{f} kukuleta giydirmek
luk
{i} sorguç
{f} örtmek
motor kapağı
örtü
neighborhood
mahalle

Tom okuldan eve giderken çok klas bir mahalleden yürür. - Tom walks through a very classy neighborhood on his way home from school.

Chris Kate'i tuhaf bir çocukla mahallede yürürken fark etti. - Chris noticed Kate walking through the neighborhood with a strange boy.

neighborhood
{i} muhit

Sakin bir muhitte yaşıyorum. - I live in a quiet neighborhood.

Tom Mary'ye Boston'da fakir bir muhitte büyüdüğünü söyledi. - Tom told Mary that he grew up in a poor neighborhood in Boston.

hood lock
kaput mandalı
hood lock
kaput kilidi
hood latch
kaput mandalı
hood moulding
hood kalıplama
hood ajar switch
(Otomotiv) kaput açma düğmesi
hood badge
(Otomotiv) kaput amblemi
hood badge
(Otomotiv) kaput arması
hood bracket
kaput braketi
hood bump stop
(Otomotiv) kaput dayama lastiği
hood bump stop adjustment
(Otomotiv) kaput yükseklik ayarı
hood bump stop adjustment
(Otomotiv) kaput lastik dayama ayarı
hood catch control
kaput kilidi kontrolü
hood catch kit
kaput kilidi kiti
hood half
yarım kaput
hood hinge
kaput menteşesi
hood hinge
(Otomotiv) motor kaputu menteşesi
hood hinges
(Otomotiv) motor kaputu menteşeleri
hood hinges
(Otomotiv) motor kaput menteşeleri
hood hole
tente gözü
hood insulation
(Otomotiv) kaput izolasyonu
hood insulation
(Otomotiv) kaput yalıtımı
hood insulation panel
(Otomotiv) kaput izolasyon paneli
hood insulation panel
(Otomotiv) kaput yalıtım paneli
hood insulator
(Otomotiv) motor kaputu izolasyonu
hood lock panel
(Otomotiv) kaput kilit paneli
hood locking pin
(Otomotiv) kaput kilit pimi
hood louvre grille
(Otomotiv) kaput ızgarası
hood member
motor kaportası elemanı
hood member
kaput elemanı
hood mould
(İnşaat) kemer pervazı kenarı
hood mould
(İnşaat) kapı iç saçağı
hood plate
kaput sacı
hood release cable
(Otomotiv) kaput kilidi açma teli
hood release lever
(Otomotiv) kaput açma kolu
hood retainer
(Otomotiv) kaput tutucusu
hood retainer
(Otomotiv) kaput takviyesi
hood stay
(Otomotiv) kaput menteşesi
hood striker
(Otomotiv) kaput kilit karşılığı
hood support
kaput desteği
hood support rod
(Otomotiv) dayama kolu
hood support strut
(Otomotiv) kaput destek çubuğu
hood trim
kaput iç döşemesi
hood warning label
(Otomotiv) kaput uyarı etiketi
neighborhood
{i} çevre

Onun evi benimkinin çevresindedir. - Her house is in the neighborhood of mine.

Ben bu çevreyi bilirim. - I am familiar with this neighborhood.

hooded
tepeli
hooded
başlık şeklinde olan
hooded
körüklü
hooded
örtülü/kapüşonlu
hooded
başlıklı
hooded
kapüşonlu

Tom bir kapüşonlu yağmurluk giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a hooded raincoat.

hooded
kukuletalı
hooded
sorguçlu
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) parasoley
folding hood
körük
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) ışık siperliği
lens hood
(Sinema) parasol
lens hood
güneşlik
look under the hood
kapağı açıp içine bakmak
look under the hood
araba kaputunun altına bakmak
look under the hood
yakından incelemek
neighborhood
(Bilgisayar) komşuluk bölgesi
neighborhood
komşuluk
under the hood
araba kaputunun altı
under the hood
cihazın/bilgisayarın iç yapısı
cockpit hood
kokpit üst kapağı
hooded
ibikli
hooded
başlığa benzeyen
hooded
kapşonlu
protecting hood
koruyucu kaporta
brother hood
kardeş hood
chimney hood
Mutfak davlumbazı, ocağın üstünde dumanın dışarı çıkması için yapılan siperlik
cooker hood
Davlumbaz
false hood
yanlış başlık
father hood
baba hood
fume hood
çeker ocak

UK - fume cupboard, US - fume hood.

gathering hood
hood toplama
hinge of engine hood
kaput menteşesi
hoody
(Giyim) Kapüşonlu ceket, mont, tişört ya da uzun kollu tişört
lens hood parasol
güneş diyaframı, güneşlik
little red ricing hood
küçük kırmızı ricing hood
little red riding hood
(Edebiyat) Little Red Riding Hood iş a famous fairytale about a young girl's encounter with a wolf. The story has changed much in its history, and been subject to numerous modern adaptations and readings
little red riding hood
Kırmızı Başlıklı Kız
old-school hood jeans
old-school hood kot
range hood
Davlumbaz; ocak veya fırın üzerindeki dumanı toplayıp bacaya veren havalandırma
red riding hood
Kırmızı Başlıklı Kız
riding hood
kapşonlu pelerin
smoke hood
Duman maskesi
ventilation hood
Davlumbaz
Robin Hood
robin hood
Robin Hood
zenginden çaldığını fakire veren haydut
canopy hood
sundurma
canopy hood
kapı üstü saçağı
cockpit hood
(Havacılık) pilot mahalli üst kapağı
cooker hood
(Gıda) ocak davlumbazı
draught hood
çekiş davlumbazı
exhaust hood
atık gaz davlumbazı
exhaust hood
egzoz davlumbazı
neighborhood
{i} komşular

Bill kendi büyük arabasıyla komşularına karşı övünür. - Bill boasts of owning the biggest car in the neighborhood.

neighborhood
{i} semt

Sessiz bir semtte yaşıyorum. - I live in a quiet neighborhood.

Bütün semti rahatsız ediyorsun. - You're disturbing the whole neighborhood.

neighborhood
in the neighborhood of a hundred kilo meters yaklaşık olarak yüz kilometre
neighborhood
{i} civar

Okulun civarında yaşıyoruz. - We live in the neighborhood of the school.

neighborhood
{i} komşuluk ilişkileri
neighborhood
{i} merkezi yer
neighborhood
kolukomşu
neighborhood
yöre
neighborhood
yakın komşular
neighborhood
havali
quick doff hood
(Çevre) pratik başlık
suction hood
emme davlumbazı
welding hood
kaynak kalkanı
Englisch - Englisch
The hinged cover over the engine of a motor vehicle. Also known as a bonnet in other countries
gangster, thug. Short for hoodlum
A distinctively coloured fold of material, representing a university degree
neighborhood

What is goin' down in the hood?.

To cover something with a hood
Relating to inner-city everyday life, both positive and negative aspects; especially people’s attachment to and love for their neighborhoods
abbreviation for hoodie, in the sense of a person wearing such a garment
A metal covering that leads to a vent to suck away smoke or fumes
A soft top of a convertible car or carriage
An enclosure that protects something, especially from above
A covering such as worn over one’s head
{n} a covering for the head, an ornament
{v} to dress in a hood, veil, cover, conceal
The foreskin of a penis
Covering of the clitoris
Someone who acts like they are from the ghetto
The ghetto
Someone who is from the ghetto
A cooker hood is an electrical device fitted over a cooker above head height, and containing an extractor fan and usually a light. A volcanic peak, 3,426.7 m (11,235 ft) high, in the Cascade Range of northwest Oregon. It is the highest elevation in the state. British poet and editor who wrote comic and topical verse, including "The Dream of Eugene Aram" (1829) and "The Song of the Shirt" (1843). Hood Mount Hood Raymond Mathewson Robin Hood
A plumage pattern in which the head of a bird is all dark and contrasts with lighter feathers on the body
A covering for a mortar
metal covering leading to a vent that exhausts smoke or fumes
The top of a pump
The lift-up part of the car body covering the engine; normally a term used only in reference to front-engine cars In mid-engine designs, this panel is usually called an engine cover or an access panel and in rear-engine cars a deck lid
A covering or garment for the head or the head and shoulders, often attached to the body garment A soft covering for the head, worn by women, which leaves only the face exposed
of Falcon
enclosure over head of carriage bed; almost always collapsible
a headdress that protects the head and face
A covering or porch for a companion hatch
Relating to inner-city everyday life, both positive and negative aspects; especially people's attachment to and love for their neighborhoods
A covering for a hawk's head and eyes
{f} put a hood over something, cover with a hood; hide, cover
n The bit of a convertible car that, well, converts Americans call it the "convertible top", and unfortunately this discrepancy only serves to complicate the bonnet/boot confusion
cover with a hood; "The bandits were hooded"
A masked wrestler
A part of a monk's outer garment, with which he covers his head; a cowl
A like appendage to a cloak or loose overcoat, that may be drawn up over the head at pleasure
The binding cap on the head of a hawk (in falconry) to make him sit quietly on his perch
a headdress that protects the head and face the folding roof of a carriage metal covering leading to a vent that exhausts smoke or fumes an aggressive and violent young criminal cover with a hood; "The bandits were hooded
Arched covering; when used as umbrella, called hood-mould
To cover with a hood; to furnish with a hood or hood-shaped appendage
  Apparatus inside a catch basin of a storm sewer that provides added protection to prevent sewer gases from escaping to the atmosphere and to trap large objects, such as floatable debris, from entering the outlet pipe to the sewer
the leather covering placed over a hawk's head to help keep it calm and reduce stress
A hood is a part of a coat which you can pull up to cover your head. It is in the shape of a triangular bag attached to the neck of the coat at the back
the folding roof of a carriage
An enclosure which protects something, especially from above
to lean the clubface forward (toward the target) reducing its loft Example: A hooded is not necessarily closed
Arched covering When used as umbrella, called hood-mould
An ornamental fold at the back of an academic gown or ecclesiastical vestment; as, a master's hood
A part of the body, which covers the engine It keeps the engine clean and is insulated to reduce engine noise
To cover; to hide; to blind
The hood of a car is the metal cover over the engine at the front
State; condition
A covering such as worn over one's head
an aggressive and violent young criminal
A roof or other projection over a doorway
When petals arch or curve to form a hood, as in the mint family
The endmost plank of a strake which reaches the stem or stern
An area that muppets come from Usually a run down council estate but can be used on a grander scale to mean an entire town
A termination denoting state, condition, quality, character, totality, as in manhood, childhood, knighthood, brotherhood
a hood is a generic term for a device designed to capture contaminated air and conduct it into an exhaust duct system The term may include enclosures, canopy hoods, push-pull hoods, down draft hoods, side draft hoods or others
{i} covering worn over the head and neck; something which resembles such a covering; metal covering that leads to a vent that eliminates smoke or fumes (such as a hood over a stove); covering that covers the eyes and head of a hawk; movable part which covers the engine of an automobile; folding roof of a convertible car, folding roof of a carriage; (Zoology) mark or crest on the head of an animal; neighborhood (African American Slang); hoodlum, hooligan (Slang)
A chimney top, often contrived to secure a constant draught by turning with the wind
to lean the clubface forward (toward the target) reducing its loft
`Tis not the hood that makes the monk (Cucullus non facit monachum) We must not be deceived by appearances, or take for granted that things and persons are what they seem to be "They should be good men; their affairs are righteous; But all hoods make not monks " Shakespeare: Henry VIII , iii 1 Hood (Robin) Introduced by Sir Walter Scott in Ivanhoe (See Robin )
protective covering consisting of a metal part that covers the engine; "there are powerful engines under the hoods of new cars"; "the mechanic removed the cowling in order to repair the plane's engine"
Not to be confused with the bonnet A hood is a canvas soft top
The hinged cover over the engine of a motor car
A hood covering the paper machine drying section and designed for moist air removal
A covering for a horse's head
hood rat
A poor, ghetto inner-city dweller, especially who dresses, speaks, and associates with the urban or hip-hop culture

It is true. Carmen is an official gold digger. In fact, she is an instructor at the school of gold digging. Hood rats have been clocking her style for years. Wanting to pull the players she pulled, and wishing they had the looks she had.

hood rich
Exhibiting flamboyant spending habits, while doing nothing to improve one’s living conditions

In the mix of all the drama, Kira unintentionally falls for a new hood rich cat who has it all. Money, good looks, and a girl back home in Jersey!.

hood rat
(slang) Someone who has sex with everyone in the "hood" or neighbourhood; the term is linked to the culture of the American ghettos and to hip-hop culture. A hood rat is an often poor woman who engages in sexual activity like a prostitute, but without charge and without being coerced
hood latch
a catch that holds the hood of a car shut
hood molding
A projecting molding over the head of an arch, forming the outermost member of the archivolt; called also hood mold
hood moulding
A projecting molding over the head of an arch, forming the outermost member of the archivolt; called also hood mold
hood ornament
an ornament on the front of the hood of a car emblematic of the manufacturer
'hood
neighborhood
'hood
brotherhood
-hood
A group sharing a specified condition or state

neighbor - neighborhood.

-hood
A condition or state of being the thing or being in the role denoted by the word it is suffixed to, usually a noun

child - childhood.

Little Red Riding Hood
A fairy tale of many different versions, especially the ones by Charles Perrault and more recently the Brothers Grimm, about a young girl who walks though the forest to visit her grandmother and encounters the Big Bad Wolf (or another vicious wolf, which may be a werewolf in archaic versions)
Little Red Riding Hood
The fictional girl who is the protagonist and title character in this story
Robin Hood
A legendary English outlaw famous for his skill in archery and his vow to defend the poor and the oppressed against established authority
Robin Hood
A criminal with similar social tendencies

Hey now, go play Robin Hood with somebody else's heart.

around Robin Hood's barn
all over the place
around Robin Hood's barn
the long way around; a roundabout or circuitous route
chemical hood
A fume hood
clitoral hood
a fold of skin that surrounds the clitoris; homologous with the male foreskin
cooker hood
An electrical kitchen device fitted over a cooker and connected to a flue designed to suck off any vapours from cooking
extractor hood
An electrical kitchen device fitted over a cooker and connected to a flue designed to suck off any vapours from cooking
fume hood
A ventilated compartment in which chemical procedures may be undertaken without the escape of noxious fumes into the local environment
hooded
Simple past tense and past participle of hood
hooded
covered with a hood
kitchen hood
An electrical kitchen device fitted over a cooker and connected to a flue designed to suck off any vapours from cooking
monk's hood
The dried leaves or flowers of these plants formerly used as a source of medicinal alkaloids
monk's hood
Any of various poisonous plants, of the genus Aconitum, with blue or white flowers in the shape of a hood
range hood
An electrical kitchen device fitted over a cooker and connected to a flue designed to suck off any vapours from cooking
under the hood
By reference to looking under the hood of a motor vehicle to inspect its engine, transmission
under the hood
a metaphorical area that contains the underlying implementation of something - e.g. a piece of hardware, a piece of software, an idea

Now let's look under the hood to see how the software goes about transmitting data so quickly.

a hood
{n} wimple
exhaust hood
Metal covering leading to a vent that exhausts smoke or fumes, hood
hoody
(Giyim) A hoodie (also hooded sweatshirt, hoody, or bunny hug) is a heavy upper-body garment with a hood. The characteristic design includes large frontal pockets, a hood, and some type of string, usually similar to shoelaces, used to adjust the hood aperture (some varieties include zips). The clothing is perceived differently in different regions. For example, in California, hoodies are a staple of male attire regardless of the weather, while in the UK hoodies are seen so negatively that the shopping centre Bluewater banned them entirely
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) In photography, a lens hood is a device used on the end of a lens to block the sun or other light source in order to prevent glare and lens flare
old-school hood jeans
(Giyim) Slim-fit pants have a snug fit through the legs and end in a small leg opening. Jeans may be cut in this style, and then are often called skinny jeans. Other names for this style include carrot leg pants, cigarette pants, drainpipes, peg leg pants, pencil pants, skinny pants, slimjims, tapered pants, old-school hood jeans or ice-cream cone pants. In some styles, zippers are needed at the bottom of the leg to facilitate pulling them over the feet. Stretch denim, with anywhere from 2% to 4% spandex, may be used to allow jeans to have a super-slim fit
smoke hood
A Smoke Hood is a protective device similar in concept to a gas mask
under the hood
(deyim) 1. The underlying implementation of a product (hardware, software, or idea). Implies that the implementation is not intuitively obvious from the appearance, but the speaker is about to enable the listener to grok it. "Let's now look under the hood to see how ...."2. Inside a chassis, as in "Under the hood, this baby has a 40MHz 68030!"
'hood
(slang) a neighborhood
A hood
howve
A hood
coif
Boyz 'N the Hood
1991 Academy Award winning movie about growing up in gang-ridden urban Los Angeles (directed by John Singleton)
Little Red Riding Hood
a character in the old children's story Little Red Riding Hood, who is a young girl. In the story the Big Bad Wolf eats Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother and puts on her clothes. When Little Red Riding Hood goes to visit her grandmother she is surprised by her appearance and says, "Oh, Grandma, what big teeth you have!", and the wolf replies, "All the better to eat you with" and swallows Little Red Riding Hood. A woodcutter (=someone whose job is to cut down trees) kills the wolf, cuts open its stomach, and saves Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother
Mount Hood
Peak, northwestern Oregon, U.S. Located in the Cascade Range at 11,235 ft (3,424 m), it is an extinct volcano that last erupted 1865. The snowcapped peak, the highest mountain in the state, is the focal point of Mount Hood National Forest, a popular tourist and recreation area
Raymond M Hood
born March 29, 1881, Pawtucket, R.I., U.S. died Aug. 14, 1934, Stamford, Conn. U.S. architect. He studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He and John Mead Howells (1868-1959) won first prize in the 1922 Chicago Tribune Building competition; their design would be one of their many Neo-Gothic skyscrapers influenced by Cass Gilbert's Woolworth Building. Later he turned away from the revival of past styles; his Daily News (1930; with Howells) and McGraw-Hill (1930-31; with J.A. Fouilhoux) buildings, both in New York City, have cleaner lines, foreshadowing the Rockefeller Center complex (1929-40), which Hood and Fouilhoux went on to design with a team of architects
Raymond Mathewson Hood
born March 29, 1881, Pawtucket, R.I., U.S. died Aug. 14, 1934, Stamford, Conn. U.S. architect. He studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He and John Mead Howells (1868-1959) won first prize in the 1922 Chicago Tribune Building competition; their design would be one of their many Neo-Gothic skyscrapers influenced by Cass Gilbert's Woolworth Building. Later he turned away from the revival of past styles; his Daily News (1930; with Howells) and McGraw-Hill (1930-31; with J.A. Fouilhoux) buildings, both in New York City, have cleaner lines, foreshadowing the Rockefeller Center complex (1929-40), which Hood and Fouilhoux went on to design with a team of architects
Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood
Robin Hood
legendary English outlaw of the 12th century who e robbed the rich to help the poor; story of a British robber who steals from the rich and gives to the poor
Robin Hood
A legendary English outlaw of the 12th century, famous for his courage, chivalry, and practice of robbing the rich to aid the poor. Robin Hood. in old English stories, a man who lived as an outlaw (=someone who does not obey the law and is hiding from the authorities) in Sherwood Forest in central England, with his followers, known as his "Merry Men". These include Friar Tuck, Little John, and Maid Marian. His enemy is the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, who is always trying to catch him. Robin Hood is usually shown dressed in green clothes, known as Lincoln green, and holding a bow. There have been many stories, films, and television programmes about his life and adventures. He is famous especially for robbing the rich and giving to the poor, and people use his name to describe a situation in which money is taken from rich people and given to poor people. Legendary English outlaw. The hero of ballads dating from as early as the 14th century, Robin Hood was a rebel who robbed and killed landowners and government officials and gave his gains to the poor. He treated women and common people with courtesy, and he ignored the laws of the forest that restricted hunting rights. His greatest enemy was the sheriff of Nottingham. The ballads emerged during a time of agrarian unrest that culminated in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381. There is no evidence of Robin Hood's historical existence, though later tradition places him in the reign of King John. In postmedieval ballads and stories he was a nobleman who took refuge in Sherwood Forest after losing his lands. His men included Little John and Friar Tuck; his beloved was Maid Marion
hooded
Furnished with a hood or something like a hood
hooded
Having the head conspicuously different in color from the rest of the plumage; said of birds
hooded
having a crest or similar elastic skin in the neck area
hooded
Having a hoodlike crest or prominence on the head or neck; as, the hooded seal; a hooded snake
hooded
If someone has hooded eyes, their eyelids always look as though they are partly closed
hooded
Hood-shaped; esp
hooded
A hooded person is wearing a hood or a piece of clothing pulled down over their face, so they are difficult to recognize. The class was held hostage by a hooded gunman. having or wearing a hood
hooded
Refers to awns on glumes that terminate in various winglike structures
hooded
rolled up like a cornet of paper; cuculate, as the spethe of the Indian turnip
hooded
{s} covered (as with a hood); shaped like a hood; having a hood-shaped formation (Zoology)
hooded
wearing a hood
hooded
Arching over and partially concealing or shielding
hooded
A rat that has a white body with a darker colored head and a stripe down their back Their 'hood' can be any color from peach to black, so long as it is darker than white
hooded
Applied to a hawk or other bird of prey when borne with a hood over its head
hooded
A hooded piece of clothing or furniture has a hood. a blue, hooded anorak
hooded
Bot
hooded
shaped like a hood
hooding
Present participle of "hood;" to cover with a hood, as of a trained bird
hoods
third-person singular of hood
hoods
plural of , hood
hoody
{i} sweatshirt or T-shirt or other top that has a hood attached to it (Slang); young person wearing a hooded top
hoody
The hooded crow; also, in Scotland, the hooded gull
hoody
alternative spelling of hoodie
little red ricing hood
a girl in a fairy tale who meets a wolf while going to visit her grandmother
oven hood
device over a stove that draws off smoke and cooking fumes
priest's hood
type of plant
range hood
exhaust hood over a kitchen range
robin hood
legendary English outlaw of the 12th century; said to have robbed the rich to help the poor
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von hood im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

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