masonry

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Englisch - Türkisch
taşçılık
(İnşaat) taş duvarcılık
(İnşaat) kagir
(İnşaat) kargir yapı
yığma
duvarcılık
taş
masonluk
farmasonluk
taşçılık veya duvarcılık sanatı veya işi
masonluk/taş/duvarcılık
(Mimarlık) taş işçiliği
duvarcı işi
örücülük
masonry cement
(İnşaat) harç çimentosu
masonry dam
kâgir baraj
masonry dam
kagir baraj
masonry drill
duvar delme
masonry arch
(İnşaat) kagir kemer
masonry arch bridge
(Askeri) kagir kemer köprü
masonry arch bridge
(Askeri) KARGIR KEMER KÖPRÜ: Bir veya daha çok kargır kemer üzerine oturtulmuş köprü. Daha çok kısa açıklıklarda inşa edilir
masonry arch dam
(İnşaat) kagir kemer baraj
masonry bridge
(İnşaat) kagir köprü
masonry building
(İnşaat) kagir bina
masonry construction
(İnşaat) kagir inşaat
masonry construction
kargır yapı
masonry construction
yığma yapı
masonry drill
(İnşaat) duvarcı delgisi
masonry mortar
duvar örgü harcı
masonry mortar
duvar harcı
masonry nail
(İnşaat) duvarcı çivisi
masonry opening
(İnşaat) kagir açıklığı
masonry pier
(İnşaat) kagir ayak
masonry piers
(Askeri) kagir ayaklar
masonry piers
(Askeri) KARGİR AYAKLAR: Köprülerde taştan örülmüş ayaklar
masonry plate
(İnşaat) kagir levha
masonry saw
(İnşaat) duvarcı testeresi
masonry unit
(İnşaat) kagir yapı öğesi
masonry unit
(İnşaat) duvar öğesi
masonry vault
(İnşaat) kagir tonoz
masonry vault
(İnşaat) taş tonoz
masonry veneer
(İnşaat) kagir kaplama
masonry wall
(İnşaat) kagir duvar
masonry wall
(İnşaat) taş duvar
masonry work construction
yığma yapı
masonry works
(Askeri) yığma yapı
embedded in masonry
(İnşaat) duvara gömülü
hollow masonry unit
(İnşaat) boşluklu duvar öğesi
brick masonry
tuğla inşaat
dry masonry
harçsız duvar örme
stone masonry
taş kârgir
cyclopean masonry
dev duvar
square-cut masonry
kare kesilmiş yığma
bastard masonry
(İnşaat) kaba duvar örgüsü
brick masonry
tuğla yığma
brick masonry
(İnşaat) tuğla duvar örgüsü
cobble stone masonry
(Çevre) kesmetaş yığma
dressed masonry
(İnşaat) yonu taşı duvar örgüsü
exposed masonry
(İnşaat) sıvasız duvar
gravity masonry wall
(İnşaat) masif taş duvar
reinforced masonry structure
(İnşaat) donatılı kagir yapım
rubble masonry
moloz kâgiri
Englisch - Englisch
The craft, institution, or mysteries of Freemasons; Freemasonry
That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, or the like. Dry masonry is applied to structures made without mortar
The work or performance of a mason; as, good or bad masonry; skillful masonry
The art or occupation of a mason
the art or work of constructing, as buildings, walls, etc., with regularly arranged stones
{n} the care of or work done by a mason, the science to Freemasons
The brick or stone work on a building
A construction made of prefabricated masonry units laid in various ways and joined together with mortar
Any construction material involving bricks/blocks and mortar or related materials
that portion of a structure composed of stone, brick or concrete block placed in layers and in some cases cemented with mortar
Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, gypsum block, or other similar building units or materials or a combination of the same, bonded together with mortar to form a wall, pier, buttress, or similar mass
Stone, brick, concrete, hollow tile, concrete block, or other similar building units or materials Normally bonded together with mortar to form a wall
Brick, tile, stone, block or other material, usually small enough to be handled by one man, that bonds together with mortar to form a permanent structure
the craft of a mason structure built of stone or brick by a mason
Any form of stone, brick, concrete block, concrete, or other similar building materials that have been bonded together with mortar to form a structure
Stone, brick, concrete, tile, or any other non-organic and non-metallic building material
the craft of a mason
any construction of stone, brick, tile, concrete
stone, brick, or concrete structures (such as abutments, piers, retaining walls, and arches)
Dry masonry is applied to structures made without mortar
Mineral-based building material such as cement, mortar, stone, brick, and stucco
Anything constructed of material such as bricks, concrete blocks, ceramic blocks, and concrete
Construction materials such as bricks, concrete blocks and stone
(n ) - building materials made of concrete or rock
{i} brickwork, stonework, mason's (builder's) trade
Building materials of cement, brick, concrete, or stone
Freemasons collectively
Brick, concrete block or stone-work The skill of laying up such materials
Construction using materials such as tile, brick, cement, stone or similar materials
A type of construction from materials such as concrete blocks, bricks, concrete, stone, or ceramic blocks which is laid unit by unit and set in mortar
Brick, structural clay tile, stone, concrete masonry units, or a combination thereof bonded together with mortar
structure built of stone or brick by a mason
Refers to bricks, concrete, or concrete blocks
Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, gypsum block or other similar building units or materials or a combination of the same, bonded together with mortar to form a wall, pier, buttress, or similar mass
Brickwork, blockwork, and stonework
That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, or the like
Stone, brick, hollow tile, concrete block, tile, or other similar materials bonded together with mortar to form a wall, pier, buttress, etc
[arch] stonework or brickwork; See: ashlar, Cyclopean, pitched stone
Masonry is bricks or pieces of stone which have been stuck together with cement as part of a wall or building. Freemasonry. Craft of building in stone, brick, or block. By 4000 BC, Egypt had developed an elaborate cut-stone technique. In Crete, Italy, and Greece, cyclopean work overcame material weaknesses by using enormous irregularly shaped stones without mortar, thereby reducing the number of joints. African stonemasons also were skilled at mortarless work, and Japanese mortarless castle walls resisted collapse during earthquakes. The Roman inventions of concrete and mortar permitted the development of the arch into one of the basic construction forms and gave rise to a number of variations in the facing used for walls: squared stone blocks, concrete studded with rough stones, concrete with diagonal stone courses, brick-and tile-faced concrete, and mixed brick and stone. The Assyrian and Persian empires, which lacked stone outcroppings, used sun-dried clay bricks. Stone and clay were the primary masonry materials in the Middle Ages and later. Precast-concrete blocks, often used as infill in modern steel framing, did not effectively compete with brick until the 20th century. Brick and block are often combined or used in cavity walls. Glass-block walls, which utilize steel rods to reinforce the mortar joints, admit light and afford greater protection against intruders and vandals than ordinary glass. See also adobe, building stone
masonry cement
A type of cement used for masonry mortar, containing Portland cement and filler
masonry cement
Cement used in the mortar of block and brick masonry
cyclopean masonry
a primitive style of masonry characterized by use of massive stones of irregular shape and size
dry masonry
masonry without mortar
masonry

    Silbentrennung

    ma·son·ry

    Türkische aussprache

    meysınri

    Synonyme

    stonecraft

    Aussprache

    /ˈmāsənrē/ /ˈmeɪsənriː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mA-s&n-rE ] (noun.) 13th century. From French maçonnerie.

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