javelin

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Englisch - Türkisch
cirit
kargı
mızrak
harbe
elle atılan hafif kargı
cirit atma/cirit
{i} cirit atma
javelo
cırdaval
javelin formation
(Askeri) KADEMELİ DİZİ DÜZENİ: İki veya daha çok uçak grupları halinde yapılan uçuş şekli. Önden giden uçağı diğerleri, yakın bir mesafeden ve uçağın altında veya üzerinden, kademeler halinde takip ederler
javelin throw
cirit atma
javelin thrower
ciritçi
javelin throwing
cirit atma
Englisch - Englisch
A light spear thrown with the hand and used as a weapon
A metal-tipped spear thrown for distance in an athletic field event
{n} a kind of dart, spear, half pike
a spear thrown as a weapon or in competitive field events
You can refer to the competition in which the javelin is thrown as the javelin. Steve Backley who won the javelin
To pierce with a javelin
a spear thrown as a weapon or in competitive field events an athletic competition in which a javelin is thrown as far as possible
A sort of light spear, to be thrown or cast by the hand; anciently, a weapon of war used by horsemen and foot soldiers; now used chiefly in hunting the wild boar and other fierce game
{i} light spear which is thrown by hand; long spear-like object made to be thrown long distances (Sports); event in which a javelin is thrown (Sports)
A javelin is a long spear that is used in sports competitions. Competitors try to throw the javelin as far as possible
an athletic competition in which a javelin is thrown as far as possible
javelin throw
An athletic throwing event where the object to be thrown is the javelin, a spear-like object made of metal, fiberglass and, in some cases, carbon fiber
javelin throw
Track-and-field sport of throwing a wooden or metal spear for distance. It is hurled after a short run and must land point-first. The men's javelin is 8.5 ft (260 cm) long, the women's 7.2 ft (220 cm). Included in the ancient Greek Olympic Games as part of the pentathlon, the javelin throw has been part of the modern Olympic program since its inception in 1896. A women's event was added in 1932. See also decathlon; heptathlon
javelin thrower
person who participates in javelin throwing (track and field event in which long spear-like objects are thrown long distances)
javelin-throwing
javelin toss (track and field event in which a spear is hurled over a long distance)
javelins
plural of javelin
threw the javelin
threw a spear, tossed the javelin
javelin

    Silbentrennung

    jave·lin

    Türkische aussprache

    cävlın

    Aussprache

    /ˈʤavlən/ /ˈʤævlən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'jav-l&n, 'ja-v&- ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Old French javeline, diminutive of javelot, from Celtic *gablakko- (Old Irish gabul, Welsh gafl).

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