loom

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Englisch - Türkisch
dokuma tezgâhı

Ben yeni dokuma tezgahımı denedikten sonra, yatağımı yaptım ve kahve değirmenini tamir ettim. - After I tried out my new loom, I made my bed and repaired the coffee grinder.

aslından daha kocaman ve korkunç gözükmek
(up ile) aslından daha büyük ve korkunç gözükmek
(isim) Uzakta hayal gibi belirme
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Sargı
(isim) Dokuma tezgâhı; dokuma; (denizcilik) küreğin topacı
uzakta hayal gibi gözükmek
tezgah,v.uzakta belir: n.dokuma tezgahı
görün
{f} belli belirsiz görünmek
büyük önem kazanmak
(isim) dokuma tezgâhı
dokuma

Ben yeni dokuma tezgahımı denedikten sonra, yatağımı yaptım ve kahve değirmenini tamir ettim. - After I tried out my new loom, I made my bed and repaired the coffee grinder.

dokuma tezgah

Ben yeni dokuma tezgahımı denedikten sonra, yatağımı yaptım ve kahve değirmenini tamir ettim. - After I tried out my new loom, I made my bed and repaired the coffee grinder.

uzakta hayal gibi belirme
aslından daha büyük ve korkunç gözü
küreğin topacı
{f} karaltı gibi görünmek
belirmek
tezgah

Ben yeni dokuma tezgahımı denedikten sonra, yatağımı yaptım ve kahve değirmenini tamir ettim. - After I tried out my new loom, I made my bed and repaired the coffee grinder.

görünmek
loom large in
önemli bir yeri olmak
loom large in
ağır basmak
loom master
dokuma ustası
loom for
için dokuma tezgâhı
loom maker
tezgah üreticisi
loom on the horizon
Ufukta belirmek
loom over
üzerinde tezgah
loom  
(Tekstil) dokuma tezgahı  
loom beam
(Tekstil) çözgü levendi
loom large
gözünde büyümek
loom large
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- olduğundan daha büyük ve korkunç görünmek 2- çok önemli olmak yada görünmek
loom large in
-de ağır basmak, -de -in önemli bir yeri olmak
loom over
belli belirsiz belirmek
loom up
karaltı gibi görünmek
loom up
(Fiili Deyim ) sis vs. nedeniyle olduğundan daha kocaman yada korkunç görünmek
loom up
belli belirsiz görünmek
looming
(Meteoroloji) çıkma
automatic loom
otomatik tezgah
carpet loom
halı tezgâhı
carpet loom
halı tezgahı
chain loom
zincirli tezgah
chain loom
zincirli tezgâh
hand loom
el dokuması
hand loom
el tezgâhı
jacquard loom
jakar dokuma tezgahı
knitting loom
örgü tezgahı
broad loom
tezgah geniş
power loom
Elektrikli dokuma tezgâhı

The power loom was invented by Dr Edmund Lartwright in the early 19th century.

ribbon loom
dokuma şerit
silk loom
ipek dokuma
battery loom
(Otomotiv) akü kutup başı
box loom
(Tekstil) çok mekikli tezgah
cable loom
(Havacılık) kabloş
gripper loom
(Tekstil) kancalı dokuma tezgahı
gripper shuttle loom
(Tekstil) mekikli dokuma tezgahı
hand loom
(Tekstil) el tezgahı
jacpuard loom
(Tekstil) jakar dokuma tezgahı
pit under a loom
çulha çukuru
power loom
elektrikli dokuma tezgahı
rapier loom
(Tekstil) kancalı dokuma tezgahı, şişli dokuma tezgahı
weaving loom
dokuma tezgahı
weaving loom  
(Tekstil) dokuma tezgahı  
working loom
(Tekstil) tezgah döğeri
Englisch - Englisch
A frame or machine of wood or other material, in which a weaver forms cloth out of thread; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, as in knitting or lace making
A loon (bird of order Gaviformes)
To impend; to threaten or hang over

The clouds loomed over the mountains.

That part of an oar which is near the grip or handle and inboard from the rowlock
{n} a weaver's frame for work, tool, bird
{v} to cover with
{v} to appear elevated more than usual
{n} a fat earth
The part of the oar or scull between the spoon and the handle
If something looms over you, it appears as a large or unclear shape, often in a frightening way. the bleak mountains that loomed out of the blackness and towered around us
The equipment on which fabric is woven
an unnatural and indistinct appearance of elevation or enlargement of anything, as of land or of a ship, seen by one at sea
appear very large or occupy a commanding position; "The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain"; "Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall"
The code name given to the second-generation Brocade Fabric ASIC
To appear above the surface either of sea or land, or to appear enlarged, or distorted and indistinct, as a distant object, a ship at sea, or a mountain, esp
Fabric machine to produce cloth by means of the weaving of two series of perpendicular threads known as trams and warps
A mechanical device that interlaces fibers at right angles with varying degrees of weave construction (weight, thickness and design) More modern looms are air jet but rapier and more traditional shuttle equipment is still in use
A wooden structure that holds the warp and weft threads for weaving the rug It can be vertical and horizontal The height and width of the loom determines the rug size
The state of looming; esp
A machine used for weaving fabrics
This is the main central section of the oar
a textile machine for weaving yarn into a textile
A loon, the bird
a machine or device from which cloth is produced by interweaving thread or yarn at right angles
A loom is a machine that is used for weaving thread into cloth. a frame or machine on which thread is woven into cloth. Machine for weaving cloth. The earliest looms, from the 5th millennium BC, consisted of bars or beams forming a frame to hold a number of parallel threads in two alternating sets. By raising one set of these threads (which together formed the warp), it was possible to run a cross thread (a weft, or filling) between them. A shuttle carried the filling strand through the warp. The fundamental operation of the loom remained unchanged, but over centuries many improvements were introduced in both Asia and Europe. The drawloom, probably invented in Asia for silk weaving, provided a means for raising warp threads in groups as required by a pattern. In the 18th century Jacques de Vaucanson and J.-M. Jacquard mechanized this function by the ingenious use of punched cards; the cards programmed the mechanical drawboy, saving labour and eliminating errors (see Jacquard loom). In England the inventions of John Kay (flying shuttle), Edmund Cartwright (power drive), and others contributed to the Industrial Revolution, in which the loom and other textile machinery played a central role
hang over, as of something threatening, dark, or menacing; "The terrible vision brooded over her all day long"
A framework or machine for interweaving yarns or threads into a fabric
A device used for weaving
to take shape, appear, or come into view in a hazy manner, as if through a mist, in such a manner that it appears threatening
Wiring loom with or with-out sensors
means a utensil (Anglo-Saxon, loma) Thus “heir-loom” means a personal chattel or household implement which goes by special custom to the heir The word was in familiar use in Prior's time (1664-1721), for he says “a thousand maidens ply the purple loom ”
The Schiffli loom on which the goods is framed to be embroidered
{f} appear as a large and indistinct form; appear as larger than life; impend, be about to occur; weave fabric on a loom
a textile machine for weaving yarn into a textile appear very large or occupy a commanding position; "The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain"; "Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall"
(a) The reflection on the clouds of light from below; (b) An oar handle
from atmospheric influences; as, the ship looms large; the land looms high
The section of the oar between the blade and the handle
A loom is a machine, hand or power driven, necessary to weave cloth
come into view indistinctly, often threateningly; "Another air plane loomed into the sky
To rise and to be eminent; to be elevated or ennobled, in a moral sense
If a worrying or threatening situation or event is looming, it seems likely to happen soon. Another government spending crisis is looming in the United States The threat of renewed civil war looms ahead. the looming threat of recession
The basic frame used for weaving Two horizontal beams are used to tie the vertical warps and hold them tightly in place Looms can be either horizontal or vertical Horizontal looms are small, used for nomadic weavings and can be folded in order to be transported on an animal such as a donkey, horse or camel Vertical looms are used for weavings of large rugs and are stationary Three or more people can sit side by side and work simultaneously
See Loon, the bird
{i} apparatus on which fabrics are woven, weaving machine
A frame or automated machine that weaves two or more sets of threads or yarns to form a cloth
A device or machine for weaving cloth
come into view indistinctly, often threateningly; "Another air plane loomed into the sky"
loom large
To have a great deal of importance, presence, power, or sway; to be of great significance or concern; by extension, to pose a likely threat or danger

Energy policy will loom large in the policy decisions of the new government.

loom as a potential threat
be a possible threat, comprise a possible menace
low-warp-loom
a handloom in which the warp is carried horizontally; for weaving tapestry
power loom
A weaver's loom worked by machine rather than by hand
Jacquard loom
Loom incorporating a special device to control individual warp yarns. It enabled production of fabrics with intricate woven patterns such as tapestry, brocade, and damask, and has also been adapted to the production of patterned knitted fabrics. Developed in France by J.-M. Jacquard in 1804-05, it used interchangeable punched cards that controlled the weaving of the cloth so that any desired pattern could be obtained automatically. It aroused bitter hostility among weavers, who feared that its labour-saving capabilities would deprive them of jobs; the weavers of Lyon not only burned the machines but attacked Jacquard as well. Eventually the loom's advantages led to its general acceptance, and by 1812 there were 11,000 in use in France. Use of the loom spread to England in the 1820s and from there virtually worldwide
carpet loom
a loom for weaving carpeting
figure loom
a loom for weaving figured fabrics
hand loom
weavers loom that is operated by hand
high-warp loom
a handloom in which the warp is carried vertically; for weaving tapestry
jacquard loom
Loom equipped with device for weaving figured fabrics The Jacquard attachment consists of mechanism controlled by perforated cards which cause warp threads to be lifted in proper succession for producing figure
jacquard loom
a loom with an attachment for forming openings for the passage of the shuttle between the warp threads; used in weaving figured fabrics
jacquard loom
a weaving machine that uses programmed instructions from punch cards to manipulate the warp yarns, one by one, to produce intricate and highly stylized patterns in cloth
jacquard loom
So called from Jos Marie Jacquard, of Lyons, who invented this ingenious device for weaving figures upon silks and muslins (1752-1834 )
loomed
past of loom
looming
The indistinct and magnified appearance of objects seen in particular states of the atmosphere
looming
present participle of loom
looms
plural of , loom
looms
third-person singular of loom
mechanical loom
weaving machine
power loom
a loom operated mechanically
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von loom im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

dokuma tezgâhı loom
(for weaving)
loom
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