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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von metres im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

metre
metre
meter
{i} sayaç

Evde akıllı sayaç takılı. - This house has a smart meter.

meter
{i} metre

Köprünün eni otuz metre. - The bridge is thirty meters in width.

Bu ipin bir metresi 200 yen. - This rope is 200 yen a meter.

meter
{i} ölçü

Bu ağacın etrafı üç metre ölçülür. - This tree measures three meters around.

meter
ölçü/sayaç/metre
meter
(Dilbilim) şiirde ölçü
meter
gösterge
meter
şiir vezin
meter
saat

Bir metre çapında ve iki metre derinliğinde bir çukur kazmak yaklaşık 2.5 saatimi aldı. - It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.

meter
ölçer
metre
birim uzunluk
meter
Aİ.metre
meter
ölçme aygıtı
metre
vezin
metre
ölçü
meter
vezi
meter
taksimetre

Tom taksi şoförüne taksimetrenin söylediğinin iki katını ödedi. - Tom paid the taxi driver twice what the meter said.

meter
ölçmek
meter
{i} vezin
meter
{f} saat ile ölçmek
meter
(fiil) ölçmek
meter
gasmeter havagazı sayacı
meter
water meter su sayacı
meter
{i} müz. ölçü
metre
i., f., İng., bak. meter
metre
ölçü/metre
Türkisch - Türkisch
Bir erkekle nikâhsız yaşayan kadın, kapama, kapatma
Metre
halep
metre
Yer meridyen dairesinin kırk milyonda biri olarak kabul edilen, temel uzunluk ölçüsü birimi: "İskenderun körfezine sekiz yüz metre yukarıdan bakıyordum."- R. H. Karay
metre
ışığın havasız ortamda 1/299.792.458 saniyede aldığı yola eşit temel ölçü birimi
metre
Herhangi bir metre uzunluğunda olan
metre
Uzunluk ölçmeye yarayan alet
metre
Yer meridyen dairesinin kırk milyonda biri olarak kabul edilen, temel uzunluk ölçüsü birimi (kısaltması m)
metre
Genellikle desimetre, santimetre, milimetrelere bölünmüş, bir metre uzunluğundaki ölçü aracı
Englisch - Englisch
Plural of metre
100 metres
A sprint race over 100 metres
10000 metres
A long-distance running race over 10000 metres
1500 metres
A middle-distance running race over 1500 metres
200 metres
A sprint race over 200 metres
400 metres
A sprint race over 400 metres
5000 metres
A long-distance running race over 5000 metres
800 metres
A middle-distance running race over 800 metres
cubic metres
plural form of cubic metre
meter
an increment of music; the overall rhythm; particularly, the number of beats in a measure
meter
The rhythm pattern in a poem
meter
(always meter) A device that measures things
metre
The basic unit of length in the International System of Units (SI: Système International d'Unités). It is equal to 39+47⁄127 (approximately 39.37) imperial inches

The 12-metre yachts ... can be sailed efficiently with four paid hands.

metre
Alternative spelling of meter
metre
To put into metrical form
metre
The rhythm or measure in verse and musical composition
square metres
plural form of square metre
meter
{n} a person appointed to mete, a measurer
meter
{n} the cadence or measure of verses, verse
meter
A unit of length; equivalent to 39 37 inches
meter
When a rhythmic pattern of stresses recurs in a poem, it is called meter Metrical patterns are determined by the type and number of feet in a line of verse; combining the name of a line length with the name of a foot concisely describes the meter of the line Rising meter refers to metrical feet which move from unstressed to stressed sounds, such as the iambic foot and the anapestic foot Falling meter refers to metrical feet which move from stressed to unstressed sounds, such as the trochaic foot and the dactylic foot See also accent, foot, iambic pentameter, line
meter
A unit of measurement in the metric system It was first set by the French to be equal to 1/10,000,000 (one ten-millionth) of the distance from the equator to the North Pole Tthe meter is now defined as that distance which makes the speed of light in a vacuum equal to exactly 299,792,458 meters per second
meter
The basic pattern of note values, e g , beats per measure [See also: TIME SIGNATURE ]
meter
Repeated rhythm in a poem counted by stress, duration or syllable Meter can diminish the poem if: the meter falters; the meter varies without a sense of music or pattern; words are added (or deleted) just to make the meter work
meter
The grouping in which a succession of rhythmic pulses or beats is organized, indicated by a meter signature at the beginning of a work
meter
See Metric system, under Metric
meter
metric system unit of length equivalent to 39 37 inches
meter
Also known as metre The metric system's basic unit for linear measurement, equal to 39 37 inches 1/10th of a meter is a decimeter; 1/100th is a centimeter; 1/100th is a millimeter
meter
094 yards measure with a meter; "meter the flow of water"
meter
{i} basic unit of length in the metric system, one hundred centimeters, 39.37 inches; definite measurement; poetic measure; rhythm (in music); measuring instrument; instrument that automatically measures quantities of substances (gas, water, or electricity)
meter
poetical measure, depending on number, quantity, and accent of syllables; rhythm; measure; verse; also, any specific rhythmical arrangements; as, the Horatian meters; a dactylic meter
meter
A meter is a device that measures and records something such as the amount of gas or electricity that you have used. He was there to read the electricity meter
meter
the measure of the number of pulses from the first beat of one measure to the first beat of the next The organization of beats into regular groups Example 1 2/ 1 2/ or 1 2 3/ 1 2 3/ 1 2 3
meter
A device that measures things
meter
A metric unit of measure that equals 39 37 inches
meter
37 English inches, the standard of linear measure in the metric system of weights and measures
meter
The arrangement of a line of poetry by the number of syllables and the rhythm of accented (or stressed) syllables
meter
A poem
meter
A meter is the same as a parking meter. see also metre. to measure how much of something is used, and how much you must pay for it, by using a meter
meter
A unit of length in the metric system equivalent to 1,650,763 73 wave-lengths of the orange-red light emitted by krypton-86 One of the seven fundamental units of measure
meter
The meter is the standard unit of length in the metric system
meter
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
meter
A device that measures and records the amount of electricity used
meter
A device used to measure and record the amount of electricity or natural gas a utility customer uses
meter
One who, or that which, metes or measures
meter
Meter is the length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a second
meter
stamp with a meter indicating the postage; "meter the mail
meter
A line above or below a hanging net, to which the net is attached in order to strengthen it
meter
any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity
meter
To meter something such as gas or electricity means to use a meter to measure how much of it people use, usually in order to calculate how much they have to pay. Only a third of these households thought it reasonable to meter water Metered taxis are relatively inexpensive
meter
An instrument for measuring, and usually for recording automatically, the quantity measured
meter
A suffix denoting that by which anything is measured; as, barometer, chronometer, dynamometer
meter
To measure with a metering device
meter
A recognizable though varying pattern of stressed syllables alternating with syllables of less stress Compositions written in meter are verse There are many possible patterns of verse Each unit of stress and unstressed syllables is called a "foot " The following examples are culled from M H Abram's Glossary of Literary Terms, sixth edition, which has more information
meter
094 yards measure with a meter; "meter the flow of water" stamp with a meter indicating the postage; "meter the mail
meter
1) To measure electricity use 2) The device used for measuring electricity use 3) The unit of length in the metric system (m)
meter
Rhythmical arrangement of syllables or words into verses, stanzas, strophes, etc
meter
A systematically arranged and measured rhythm in poetry or music
meter
The structure of notes in a regular pattern of accented and unaccented beats within a measure, indicated at the beginning of a composition by a meter signature
meter
(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
meter
{f} measure in meters
meter
Metric unit of length measurement equal to 39 37 inches
meter
a unit of length equal to about 39 inches
meter
A detector component that provides visual information to aid in target identification Meters feature either an LCD or needle indicator which may display intensity of signal, target depth, target identification, type of metal, or battery condition
meter
The organization of beats, Also called a pulse A waltz is in a triple meter, which is three beats per measure A march is in duple meter, which is 2 or 4 beats per measure A time signature, usually placed at the beginning of the piece, tells you what the meter will be The first beat of a group is generally emphasized A beat should not be confused with a note; a beat may contain one note, many notes, or may be silent (indicated by a symbol called a rest)
meter
It was intended to be, and is very nearly, the ten millionth part of the distance from the equator to the north pole, as ascertained by actual measurement of an arc of a meridian
meter
the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1 094 yards)
meter
A parking meter
meter
any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1
meter
stamp with a meter indicating the postage; "meter the mail"
meter
A measure of length, equal to 39
meter
The base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI), equal to the distance light will travel in a vacuum in 1/299792458 second
meter
measure with a meter; "meter the flow of water"
meter
"time" in music; a pattern of regularly recurring rhythmic pulses or beats, whether heard or imagined
metre
The SI fundamental unit of length, equal to 1 093 yards (Meter in US )
metre
Rhythmical arrangement of syllables or words into verses, stanzas, strophes, etc
metre
The fundamental unit of length in the metric system
metre
the rhythm of verse, reduceable to one of four kinds, accentual, syllabic, accentual-syllabic, and quantitative Also sometimes called `number(s) ' Falling metre: trochees and dactyls, i e , a stressed syllable followed by one or two unstressed syllables Rising metre: iambs and anapests, i e , one or two unstressed syllables followed by a stressed one
metre
a system of measuring the rhythms of a poem, according to stressed and unstressed syllables (see also scansion) [top]
metre
Regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables Each until of rhythm is known as a foot The 4 standard feet are Iambic (light then stressed), Anapaestic (two light, one stressed), Trochaic (stressed then light) and Dactylic (one stressed, two light) Metric lines are named as to the number of feet in contains: 1 = Monometer; 2 = Dimeter ; 3 = Trimeter; 4 = Tetrameter; 5 = Pentameter; 6 = Hexameter/Alexandrine; 7 = Heptameter; 8 = Octameter
metre
(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
metre
the pattern of pulse units in music
metre
It was intended to be, and is very nearly, the ten millionth part of the distance from the equator to the north pole, as ascertained by actual measurement of an arc of a meridian
metre
See Metric system, under Metric
metre
the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1 094 yards)
metre
The groupings in which a succession of rhythmic pulses or beats is organized; in standard notation, indicated by a time signature at the beginning of a work
metre
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
metre
The basic unit of length in the metric system of measurement A metre is equal to approximately 3 28 feet or 1 09 yards
metre
poetical measure, depending on number, quantity, and accent of syllables; rhythm; measure; verse; also, any specific rhythmical arrangements; as, the Horatian meters; a dactylic meter
metre
Recurring patterns of accented and unaccented beats that produce a rhythmic grouping
metre
me·tre metres in AM, use meter
metre
The basic unit of length in the International System of Units (SI: Système International dUnités). It is defined as the length of the path travelled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second. It is equal to (approximately 39.37) imperial inches
metre
A poem
metre
The basic unit for measuring length in the International System of Units (SI) This system is Canada's official system of measurement
metre
{i} (British spelling for meter) basic unit of length in the metric system, one hundred centimeters, 39.37 inches; definite measurement; poetic measure; rhythm (in music); instrument that automatically measures quantities of substances (gas, water, or electricity)
metre
In the study of poetry, metre is the regular and rhythmic arrangement of syllables according to particular patterns. They must each compose a poem in strict alliterative metre All of the poems are written in traditional metres and rhyme schemes. In poetry, the rhythmic pattern of a poetic line. Various principles have been devised to organize poetic lines into rhythmic units. Quantitative verse, the metre of Classical Greek and Latin poetry, measures the length of time required to pronounce syllables, regardless of their stress; combinations of long and short syllables form the basic rhythmic units. Syllabic verse is most common in languages that are not strongly accented, such as French or Japanese; it is based on a fixed number of syllables within a line. Accentual verse occurs in strongly stressed languages, such as the Germanic; only stressed syllables within a line are counted. Accentual-syllabic verse is the usual form in English poetry; it combines syllable counting and stress counting. The most common English metre, iambic pentameter, is a line of 10 syllables, or 5 iambic feet; each foot contains an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable. Free verse does not follow regular metrical patterns. See also prosody. Basic unit of length in the metric system and the International System of Units. In 1983 the General Conference on Weights and Measures decided that the accepted value for the speed of light would be exactly 299,792,458 metres per second, so the metre is now defined as the distance traveled by light in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 second. One metre is equal to about 39.37 in. in the U.S. Customary System
metre
A metre is a metric unit of length equal to 100 centimetres. Chris Boardman won the Olympic 4,000 metres pursuit The tunnel is 10 metres wide and 600 metres long
metre
The pattern of groups of syllables (long and short, stressed and unstressed) in which poetry is usually written (It is beyond the scope of this glossary to explain this term in any great detail - I recommend that you look it up in a dictionary of literary terms or a specialised book on poetry )
metre
A measure of length, equal to 39
metre
37 English inches, the standard of linear measure in the metric system of weights and measures
Türkisch - Englisch
mistress

Nothing prevents, when one has a wife, to have a mistress at the same time. - Birinin bir karısı olduğunda, hiçbir şey aynı zamanda bir metres sahibi olmayı engellemez.

The sea is a harsh mistress. - Deniz haşin bir metrestir.

fancy woman
doxie
dulcinea
paramour
mistress, kept woman
concubine
kept woman
Leman
doxy
ladylove
missis
metre
metre
metre
{i} meter

The bridge is thirty meters in width. - Köprünün eni otuz metre.

This rope is 200 yen a meter. - Bu ipin bir metresi 200 yen.

metres tutmak
keep a mistress
metres hayatı
(Kanun) illicit cohabitation
metres hayatı
mistress life
metres tutmak
to keep a mistress
metre
meter, Brit. metre
metre
folding rule
metre
meterstick
metre
{i} rule
metre
metre [Brit.]
metre
metre, meter
metres
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