hoses

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Englisch - Türkisch
çorap
hortumlar

Bir Florida şehri sokaklardaki tuzlu suyu emmek için vakum hortumları ile donatılmış tanker kamyonları göndererek düzenli gelgit sel baskınına karşılık veriyor. - A Florida city is responding to regular tidal flooding by sending out tanker trucks equipped with vacuum hoses to suck saltwater off the streets.

külotlu çorap
(külotlu) çorap
hose
hortum

O bahçesini bir hortum ile suladı. - He was watering his garden with a hose.

Tom, bahçeyi hortumla suladı. - Tom watered the garden with the hose.

hoses and reservoirs
(Otomotiv) hortumlar ve rezervuarlar
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çorap
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su hortumu
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hortum/çorap
rubber hoses
(Otomotiv) lastik hortumlar
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(ç.) (külotlu) çorap
hose
hortu
hose
hortun
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boru
heater hoses
(Otomotiv) ısıtıcı hortumları
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hortum tutmak
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hortumla ıslatmak
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hortumla sulamak
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hose company itfaiye teşkilat
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{i} (çoğ. hose) çorap
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half hose kısa çorap
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şoset
hose
{i} (çoğ. --s) hortum
hose
tulumba hortumu
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hortumla sulamak veya ıslatmak
hose
hortumla yıka
tubes and hoses
(Otomotiv) borular ve hortumlar
wiring and hoses
(Otomotiv) kablo ve hortumlar
Englisch - Englisch
third-person singular of hose
plural of hose
fire hoses
plural form of fire hose
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A stocking-like garment worn on the legs; pantyhose, women's tights, pl. hose or hosen
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To provide with hose (garment)
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To break a computer so everything needs to be reinstalled; to wipe all files
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A flexible tube conveying water or other liquid, pl. hoses
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{n} stockings, breeches, a lethern pipe
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To attack and kill somebody, usually using a firearm
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A hose is a long, flexible pipe made of rubber or plastic. Water is directed through a hose in order to do things such as put out fires, clean cars, or water gardens. You've left the garden hose on
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stockings
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If you hose something, you wash or water it using a hose. We wash our cars and hose our gardens without even thinking of the water that uses
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{i} flexible tube through which water or other liquids are conveyed; piece of clothing worn over the leg, pantyhose, stockings
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A flexible tube of varying lengths that is typically constructed of rubber, neoprene or Teflon Typically used to convey gases and liquids from one point to another at pressures less than 200 psia
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socks and stockings and tights collectively (the British include underwear as hosiery)
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a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas man's garment of the 16th and 17th centuries; worn with a doublet water with a hose; "hose the lawn
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A flexible pipe, made of leather, India rubber, or other material, and used for conveying fluids, especially water, from a faucet, hydrant, or fire engine
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A stocking-like garment worn on the legs; pantyhose, womens tights, hose or hosen
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Stockings, or stockings and breeches both in one French, chausses There were the haut de chausses and the bas de chausses "Their points being broken, down fell their hose " - Shakespeare: 1 Henry IV , ii 4 Hospital From the Latin hospes (a guest), being originally an inn or house of entertainment for pilgrims; hence our words host (one who entertains), hospitality (the entertainment given), and hospitaller (the keeper of the house) In process of time these receptacles were resorted to by the sick and infirm only, and the house of entertainment became an asylum for the sick and wounded In 1399 Katherine de la Court held a "hospital" at the bottom of the court called Robert de Paris; after the lapse of four years her landlord died, and the tavern or hospital fell to his heirs Jehan de Chevreuse and William Cholet
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Garden hose is a staple item The gallons of water a hose will carry is determined by three factorssize, length and available water pressure Most manufacturers have charts giving this information
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-Slang for "Line Hose"
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a flexible conduit consisting of a tube, reinforcement, and usually an outer cover
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knitted or cloth, a covering for the foot and part of the leg, later to become two-piece in 16th century
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To water or spray with a hose
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man's garment of the 16th and 17th centuries; worn with a doublet
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(1) A flexible tube for conveying liquids or gases under pressure (2) To water, drench, or wash with a hose
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water with a hose; "hose the lawn"
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Close-fitting trousers or breeches, as formerly worn, reaching to the knee
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Covering for the feet and lower part of the legs; a stocking or stockings
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A hose is a pipe made of rubber or plastic, along which a liquid or gas flows, for example from one part of an engine to another. Water in the engine compartment is sucked away by a hose
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a cloth leg covering that sometimes covers the foot; stocking, sock; a close-fitting garment covering the legs and waist that is usually attached to a doublet by points; short breeches reaching to the knee
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A flexible tube conveying water or other liquid, hoses
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To trick or deceive
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{f} water with a hose, spray with a hose
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a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
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    Silbentrennung

    hos·es

    Türkische aussprache

    hōzîz

    Aussprache

    /ˈhōzəz/ /ˈhoʊzɪz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'hOz ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English hosa stocking, husk; akin to Old High German hosa leg covering.

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