mace

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Englisch - Türkisch
gürz
topuz

Diğerlerinki bir kılıç iken, bir gladyatörün seçtiği silah topuzdur. - One gladiator's weapon of choice is the mace, while the other's is a sword.

matrak
yüzüne mace püskürtmek
(Kimya) mace maceration
(Tıp) maserasyon
(Gıda) küçük hindistan cevizi
(Gıda) hindistan cevizi
tören asası
{i} yüze püskürtülünce insanı sersemleten bir kimyasal madde
{i} süslü asa
{i} tören sopası
{i} küçükhindistancevizi meyvesinin toz haline getirilmiş kabuk içi
(Askeri) MACE (MEYS): MGM-IC matadorun geliştirilmiş bir modeli. Bu modelde, başlıca farklar: geliştirilmiş güdüm sistemi, uzun menzil, alçak irtifadan taarruz imkan ve kabiliyeti ve yüksek bir güce sahip nükleer savaş başlığıdır. MGM-13, kendi bünyesindeki bir radar güdüm sistemi ile sevk ve idare edilir. CGM-13B kütlesel bir güdüm sistemi ile idare edilir. MGM-13 olarak isimlendirilir
baharat/gürz/asa
{i} gözyaşartıcı bomba sıvısı
göz yaşartıcı bomba imalinde kullanılan kimyasal bir sıv
{f} (birinin) yüzüne Mace püskürtmek
yetki belirtisi olarak kullanıla
{i} küçük hindistan cevizi kabuğu
macebearerbu asayı taşıyan görevli
{i} ortaçağda kullanılan ağır topuz
küçük hindistancevizi kabuğunun öğütülmesiyle elde edilen güzel kokulu bir baharat
topuz (tüfek)
(Kimya) mace
topuz şeklinde merasim asası
gurze
mace model
topuz modeli
mace head
topuz başı
reed-mace
su kamışı
Englisch - Englisch
A brand of tear gas
A ceremonial form of this weapon
A common name for some types of tear gas and pepper spray
A spice obtained from the outer layer of the kernel of the fruit of the nutmeg
To spray in defense or attack with mace (pepper spray, or, formerly, tear gas) using a hand-held device
A long baton used by some drum majors to keep time and lead a marching band. If this baton is referred to as a mace, by convention it has a ceremonial often decorative head, which, if of metal, usually is hollow and sometimes intricately worked
A heavy fighting club
To hit someone or something with a mace

Get over here! I'll mace you good!.

To spray a similar noxious chemical in defense or attack using an available hand-held device such as an aerosol spray can

1989 Hiaasen, Carl, Skin Tight, Ballantine Books, New York, ch.22:.

{n} an ensign of authority, staff, fine spice
The ceremonial staff that symbolizes the authority of the Legislature to make laws on behalf of the people
A rod for playing billiards, having one end suited to resting on the table and pushed with one hand
A kind of spice; the aril which partly covers nutmegs
myristica fragrans tree the outer web of the nutmeg berry, soups, sauces, stews, spice blends, desserts, vegetables d
A weapon similar to a club, having a wooden, metal-reinforced or metal shaft and an iron or steel head
A long baton used by some drum majors to keep time and lead a marching band
A common name for some types of tear gas
an official who carries a mace of office
A spice produced from the dried outer shell of the nutmeg
An officer who carries a mace as an emblem of authority
a staff or baton usually embellished with metal used as an insignia of office; the Mace preceeds the Vice-Chancellor in academic processions; the Mace is traditionally carried by the President of the Order of Gownsmen
The symbol of authority of the Speaker It is carried by the Serjeant-at-Arms on ceremonial occasions The Mace rests on the top of the table in the Legislative Assembly while the House is sitting, and below the table if the House is in Committee (of the Whole) Marginal Seat: A seat which the elected Member won by a relatively small majority of votes, or margin Minor Party: A political party with few or no representatives in Parliament - see Cross Bench
The outer shell of nutmeg (seasoning)
a ceremonial staff carried as a symbol of office or authority
A knobbed mallet used by curriers in dressing leather to make it supple
Javitri
Mace is a substance that causes tears and sickness, and that is used in sprays as a defence against rioters or attackers. A trademark used for an aerosol used to immobilize an attacker temporarily. This trademark often occurs in print in uppercase or lowercase as a verb and a noun: "shouted at police after he was Maced when he rushed the fence" (David Shepardson). An aromatic spice made from the dried, waxy, scarlet or yellowish covering that partly encloses the kernel of the nutmeg. a chemical which makes your eyes and skin sting painfully. Police officers sometimes carry Mace in cans to defend themselves
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once a weapon of war shaped like a club and the symbol of Royal authority, but now the symbol of authority of a lower house of parliament and its Speaker majority the greater number, or more than half matter of public importance a subject for discussion which is suggested to a house of parliament by a senator or member, and which must be supported by a certain number of other senators or members before it can be discussed mayor (also see lord mayor)
A money of account in China equal to one tenth of a tael; also, a weight of 57
Mace is the dried covering of the nutmeg It has a slightly bitter taste
once a weapon of war shaped like a club, and the symbol of royal authority, but now the symbol of authority of a lower house of Parliament and its Speaker
The ceremonial staff that symbolizes the authority of the Legislature to make laws on behalf of the people The Assembly cannot meet unless it is present
spice made from the dried fleshy covering of the nutmeg seed
Type: Spice (dried blades or ground) Description: Bright red outer covering of the nutmeg seed that turns yellow-orange when dried Flavor: Stronger flavor and smell than nutmeg Uses: Custards, fruit desserts (peaches, plums and apples), spice cakes and cookies, vegetables (carrots, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower)
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A staff borne by, or carried before, a magistrate as an ensign of his authority
The outer covering of nutmeg, reddish-orange and lacy Used as nutmeg or cinnamon, with nutmeg-y flavor
a ceremonial staff carried as a symbol of office or authority spice made from the dried fleshy covering of the nutmeg seed (trademark) a liquid that temporarily disables a person; prepared as an aerosol and sprayed in the face, it irritates the eyes and causes dizziness and immobilization
Javitri Masala
A mace is an ornamental stick carried by an official or placed somewhere as a symbol of authority
(trademark) a liquid that temporarily disables a person; prepared as an aerosol and sprayed in the face, it irritates the eyes and causes dizziness and immobilization
A heavy staff or club of metal; a spiked club; used as weapon in war before the general use of firearms, especially in the Middle Ages, for breaking metal armor
98 grains
An ornamented club symbolizing the authority of the Speaker and, through the Speaker, the House   When it is in place, the House is duly authorized to function, and proceedings can begin MLA Member of the Legislative Assembly
A leaf-like covering enclosing the seed called nutmeg (another spice) It is dried and is available in the form of
{i} spiked club used as a weapon; spice ground from the outer shell of the nutmeg
A sweet spice with a warm flavor Mace is made from the outer husk of the nutmeg, and has a very similar flavor
The symbol of the Speaker's authority; the present mace is a replica of the one used in the House of Commons (UK)
maces
plural of mace
Türkisch - Englisch
(Kimya) mace
mace

    Türkische aussprache

    meys

    Aussprache

    /ˈmās/ /ˈmeɪs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mAs ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Anglo-Norman masse, mace, from Late Latin mattia- (cf. Italian mazza, Spanish maza), from Proto-Indo-European *mat ‘hoe, plow’ (cf. Latin mateola ‘hoe’, Old High German medela ‘plow’, Russian motyka ‘hoe, mattock’, Farsi āmāǰ ‘plow’, Sanskrit matyá ‘harrow’)

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