kite

listen to the pronunciation of kite
Englisch - Türkisch
uçurtma

Tom ipi uçurtmaya bağladı. - Tom attached the string to the kite.

O, oğluyla birlikte bir uçurtma uçurdu. - He flew a kite with his son.

çaylak
(Ticaret) hatır senedi
sıçancıl
{i} karşılıksız çek
sahte bono
{i} uçak
Arabian kite kocalak
Milvus arabicus blackwinged
{i} (Zooloji) çaylak
kell çaylak
Milvus regalis
Milvus milvus
hafif rüzgârda yelken direinin tepesine çekilen en ufak yelken
(Askeri) MAYIN UÇURTMASI: Deniz mayın harbinde bir gemi tarafından çekildiği zaman daha önceden belirlenen bir derinliğe inen ve sağa sola yön değiştirmeyen bir alet
kite check
(Kanun) karşılıksız çek
kite balloon
uçurtma balonu
kite cheque
karşılıksız çek
kite tail
uçurtma kuyruğu
kite jumping
(Spor) Uçaktan bir tür uçurtma ile atlayarak yapılan spor
kite surfing
uçurtma sörfü
kite flying
(Kanun) sahte bonoyla para gönderme
kite flying
uçurtma uçurma
kite flying
ağız arama
kite flying
karşılıksız çek verme
kite flying
sahte bono düzenleme
kite mark
uçurtma şeklinde kalite damgası
kite observation
(Meteoroloji) uçurtma gözlemleri
kite of programs
program eşleri
kite of programs
program çiftleri
kite station
(Meteoroloji) uçurtma istasyonları
black kite
kara çaylak
box kite
kuyruksuz uçurtma
fly a kite
sahte bono çıkarmak
black kite
siyah uçurtma
flat kite
Düz tıp uçurtma
fly a kite
Uçurtma uçurmak
paper kite
kağıt uçurtma
the kite
uçurtma
the kite runner
(Edebiyat) Uçurtma Avcısı. Afganistan doğumlu Amerikalı yazar Halit Hüseyni'nin (Khaled Hosseini) ilk romanı. 2003 yılında yayınlanan kitap bir Afgan tarafından İngilizce yazılmış ilk romandır. New York Times'ın en çok satanlar listesinde bir numaraya kadar yükseldi
Go fly a kite
Çek arabanı!
fly a kite
karşılıksız çek vermek
fly a kite
ağız aramak
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von kite im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

KÎTE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir gün veya bir gece yenecek yemek
Englisch - Englisch
To attack and destroy a monster or mob from a distance, without exposing oneself to danger
A planetary configuration wherein one planet of a grand trine is in opposition to an additional fourth planet
A fraudulent draft, such as a check one drawn on insufficient funds or with altered face value
A quadrilateral having two pairs of edges of equal length, the edges of each pair being consecutive

Four-sided figures without parallel sides include trapezoids and kites.

To write a check on an account with insufficient funds, expecting that funds will become available by the time the check clears

He was convicted of kiting checks and sentenced to two years in prison.

To steal
A short letter
To fly a kite

I'm going kiting this weekend.

To glide in the manner of a kite

The wind kited us toward shore.

To cause an increase, especially in costs

Rising interest rates have kited the cost of housing.

A lightweight toy carried on the wind and controlled from the ground by a line

On windy spring days, we would fly kites.

To deflect sideways in the water
A tethered object which deflects its position in a medium by obtaining lift and drag in reaction with its relative motion in the medium
To travel by kite, as when kitesurfing

We spent the afternoon kiting around the bay.

A lightweight sail set above the topgallants, such as a studding-sail
An aircraft, or aeroplane
A spinnaker
A bird of prey in the family Accipitridae with long wings and weak legs, feeding mostly on carrion and spending long periods soaring

A pair of kites built a nest on the cliff.

To send a short letter
To toss or cast
{n} a bird of prey, a paper bird or flying figure
The belly
A kite is an object, usually used as a toy, which is flown in the air. It consists of a light frame covered with paper or cloth and has a long string attached which you hold while the kite is flying
If you say that someone is as high as a kite, you mean that they are very excited or that they are greatly affected by alcohol or drugs. Light frame covered with paper or cloth, often provided with a balancing tail, and designed to be flown in the air at the end of a long string; it is held aloft by wind. Its name comes from the kite, a member of the hawk family. Kites have been in use in Asia from time immemorial, and religious significance is still connected to some ceremonial kite-flying there. In a famous experiment in 1752, Benjamin Franklin hung a metal key from a kite line during a storm to attract electricity. Kites were used to carry weather-recording devices aloft before the advent of balloons and airplanes. Types of kite commonly in use today include the hexagonal (or three-sticker), the malay (modified diamond), and the box kite, invented in the 1890s. Newer wing-like kites, with pairs of controlling strings for superior maneuverability, are also flown. Any of numerous lightly built birds of prey that have a small head, partly bare face, short beak, and long, narrow wings and tail. They are found worldwide in warm regions. Some live on insects; others are primarily scavengers but also eat rodents and reptiles; a few eat only snails. In flight, kites slowly flap and then glide with wings angled back. Kites belong to three subfamilies of the family Accipitridae: Milvinae (true kites and snail kites), Elaninae (including the white-tailed kite, one of the few North American raptors increasing in number), and Perninae (including the swallow-tailed kite of the New World). See also hawk
A quadrilateral with exactly two pairs of distinct congruent consecutive sides The angles between each pair of congruent sides are called the vertex angles The angle between each pair of noncongruent sides are the nonvertex angles (Lesson 2 7)
unit of weight equivalent to one-tenth of a deben (3 33 oz or 9 1 g )
The brill
To raise money by "kites;"
To raise money by "kites;" as, kiting transactions
A quadrilateral is a kite if and only if there are two sets of consecutive congruent sides
One who is rapacious
get credit or money by using a bad check; "The businessman kited millions of dollars"
- Quadrilateral with two distinct pairs of consecutive congruent sides
increase the amount (of a check) fraudulently; "He kited many checks"
type of four sided shape that has two pairs of equal sides but, unlike a rectangle, the equal sides meet as opposed to being opposite each other
Any raptorial bird of the subfamily Milvinæ, of which many species are known
a bank check that has been fraudulently altered to increase its face value
Individual passive night vision sight for a weapon
A quadrilateral that has two pairs of congruent sides, but opposite sides are not congruent
A heavier than air object which flies in the air by obtaining lift from wind, and is tethered by a line or a string
fly a kite; "Kids were kiting in the park"; "They kited the Red Dragon model"
as, kiting transactions
any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals
A pattern of 4 planets, 3 in a Grand Trine pattern, and the 4th directly opposite one of the other 3 A very dynamic and positive complex
{i} light framework covered with a thin material and flown in the air at the end of a long string; and of a number of small predatory birds belonging to the hawk family type of predatory bird; lightweight sail (Nautical); deltoid, quadrilateral geometrical form having two pairs of equal sides where each pair consists of adjacent sides (Geometry)
A quadrilateral, one of whose diagonals is an axis of symmetry
rare: To fly a kite (usually used with go.)
Colloquialism for spinnaker
Fictitious commercial paper used for raising money or to sustain credit, as a check which represents no deposit in bank, or a bill of exchange not sanctioned by sale of goods; an accommodation check or bill
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A rapacious person
a bank check drawn on insufficient funds at another bank in order to take advantage of the float
any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper; flown in wind at end of a string a bank check drawn on insufficient funds at another bank in order to take advantage of the float a bank check that has been fraudulently altered to increase its face value fly a kite; "Kids were kiting in the park"; "They kited the Red Dragon model"
A light frame of wood or other material covered with paper or cloth, for flying in the air at the end of a string
{f} fly like a kite, float, glide; obtain money by means of a fraudulent check
plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper; flown in wind at end of a string
See Kite, 6
A form of drag to be towed under water at any depth up to about forty fathoms, which on striking bottom is upset and rises to the surface; called also sentry
soar or fly like a kite; "The pilot kited for a long time over the mountains"
Fig
– In sailing, a nickname for a spinnaker
A bird of prey with long wings and weak legs that mostly feeds on carrion and spends long periods soaring
A lofty sail, carried only when the wind is light
increase the amount (of a check) fraudulently; "He kited many checks
They have long wings, adapted for soaring, and usually a forked tail
kite balloon
a barrage balloon with lobes at one end that keep it headed into the wind
kite surfing
the activity of moving across water on a surfboard while holding a large kite which is attached to strong strings
kite tail
a bob on a kite to provide balance
elanid kite
any of several small, long-winged, hovering raptors of the Elaninae subfamily
go fly a kite
To go away; get lost; leave. (Typically imperative.)

A guy came to my door selling some weird coupon subscription. I told him to go fly a kite.

high as a kite
Very much under the influence of drugs, extremely high
red kite
A predator bird of the kite (Accipitridae) family, Milvus milvus
go fly a kite
To cease being an annoyance. Often used in the imperative
black kite
dark Old World kite feeding chiefly on carrion
box kite
A kite, invented by Lawrence Hargrave, of Sydney, Australia, which consist of two light rectangular boxes, or cells open on two sides, and fastened together horizontally
box kite
Called also Hargrave, or cellular, kite
box kite
a kite shaped like a box open at both ends
box kite
A tailless kite formed from or as if from two or more open-ended boxes connected at the corners by shafts spanning an interval of open space
eddy kite
It is now generally superseded by the box kite
eddy kite
A quadrilateral, tailless kite, with convex surfaces exposed to the wind
eddy kite
This kite was extensively used by Eddy in his famous meteorological experiments
finbat kite
= Eddy kite
fly a kite
cause a kite to rise and float in the air; go away, leave and stop annoying me
go fly a kite
expression used as an aggressive dismissal; stop being a bother or disturbance
hell-kite
someone who is a very fierce fighter
kited
past of kite
kites
plural of kite
kiting
Writing checks against a bank account with insufficient funds to cover them, hoping that the bank will receive deposits
kiting
Used in the context of banking to refer to the practice of depositing and drawing checks at two or more banks and taking advantage of the time it takes for the second bank to collect funds from the first bank Also refers illegally increasing the face value of a check by changing the print on the check Used in the context of securities to refer to the manipulation and inflation of stock prices
kiting
Practice of sustaining credit or of raising money by causing stock prices to rise through manipulative trading methods
kiting
Used in of banking to refer to the practice of depositing and drawing checks at two or more banks and taking advantage of the time it takes for the second bank to collect funds from the first bank Also refers to illegally increasing the face value of a check by changing the numbers on the check In the context of securities, refers to the manipulation and inflation of stock prices
kiting
Used in banking to refer to the practice of depositing and drawing checks at two or more banks and taking advantage of the time it takes for the second bank to collect funds from the first bank Also refers to illegally increasing the face value of a check by changing the numbers on the check In the context of securities, refers to the manipulation and inflation of stock prices
kiting
Collusion between buyer and seller to drive up a stock's price through trading Any manipulative trading practice designed to inflate stock prices
kiting
The art of flying a paraglider while on the ground Good kiting skills are essential for a good launch technique A good pilot can kite for a long time without looking over-head
kiting
The process of creating kits
kiting
Writing checks against a bank account with insufficient funds to cover them, hoping that the bank will receive deposits before the checks arrive for clearance Top of Page
kiting
Killing In Transit - attacking a monster, and then moving out of it's reach, to avoid damage Then attacking again, and so forth Also called Kiting or Kitting
kiting
Driving the price of a security to an inflated level through manipulative trading techniques
kiting
Attempting to draw against uncollected or nonexistent funds for fraudulent purposes A depositor issues a check, overdrawing an account at one bank, and deposits into that account a check drawn on insufficient or uncollected funds at another bank
kiting
A illegal scheme to benefit from float, for example by depositing and drawing checks between accounts at two or more banks
kiting
present participle of kite
kiting
This type of check fraud uses a combination of the time between a check deposit and its presentment to the paying bank AND the willingness of the receiving bank to advance funds against the uncollected balance In many kiting schemes several accounts at different banks are carefully manipulated to make it appear that the behavior of the account is predictable and low risk - thereby enticing the bank into advancing withdrawals against uncollected fund Since many honest business accounts operate on tight, or overdrawn account balances, it is often difficult to detect the true kiting scheme Left to run undetected, kiting can result in major losses to the bank
kiting
A scheme where a merchant submits a sales transaction on his/her personal bankcard account(s) to obtain cash advances through their business
kiting
An unauthorized system of borrowing money by taking advantage of the float (the time it takes a check to clear the bank) Checks are drawn on a bank account that has insufficient funds This account is then covered by a check on a second bank account that also has insufficient funds By using several banks, the scheme can go on for some time before being detected
kiting
Drawing a bank check on insufficient funds to take advantage of the lag time (time interval) required for collection Certainly not ethical, and under some circumstances very illegal!
kiting
A Micro skill that uses faster ranged units to do hit and run attacks against slower melee units However, it can also mean the same thing as "Dancing "
snail kite
A kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis) of the warm parts of North and South America that usually travels in small flocks preying on snails
sport kite
a maneuverable kite controlled by two lines and flown with both hands
stunt kite
A highly maneuverable kite controlled by two or more lines and flown using both hands. Also called sport kite
swallow-tailed kite
graceful North American black-and-white kite
swallow-tailed kite
A raptor (Elanoides forficatus) with bold black and white plumage and a deeply forked tail, found along the southeast and Gulf coasts of the United States and common in Florida
white-tailed kite
gray-and-white American kite of warm and tropical regions
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