moated

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} kale hendeği ile kuşatılmış
(sıfat) kale hendeği ile kuşatılmış
hendekle çevrilmiş
kale hendekleriyle korunan
moat
hisar hendeği
moat
etrafna böyle hendek çevirmek
moat
{i} kale hendeği
moat
{i} hendek

Birçok kale bir hendekle çevrilidir. - Many castles are encircled by a moat.

Kalenin etrafında bir hendek var. - There's a moat around the castle.

moat
{i} (kaleye ait) hendek
moat
kale hendeği ile kuşatmak
moat
moatedhendekli
moat
hendek (kaleye ait)
Englisch - Englisch
protected by a deep wide ditch usually filled with water
moat
A deep, wide defensive ditch, normally filled with water, surrounding a fortified habitation
moat
An aspect of a business which makes it more "defensible" from competitors, either because of the nature of its products, services, franchise or other reason
moat
a ditch on the outside of a fortress wall
moat
{n} a canal or ditch made round a castle
moat
{v} to surround or secure with a moat
moat
NLANR Measurement and Operations Analysis Team, at SDSC
moat
A deep, wide defensive ditch, normally filled with water surrounding a fortified habitation
moat
A deep trench usually filled with water that surrounded a castle
moat
[arch] A ditch or trench around a fortified castle; usually not filled with water Equivalent term used relative to ancient fortresses is fosse
moat
the gap between snow and ice and a rock wall
moat
A deep trench around the rampart of a castle or other fortified place, sometimes filled with water; a ditch
moat
A trench filled with water dug around the castle It was often filled with sharp and dangerous objects like rusty metal and glass Inhabitants of the area often also threw refuse in it, contributing to the stink of the area
moat
Defence ditch, usually filled with water, on the outside of a fortress wall
moat
Douve A deep trench dug around a castle to impede attack from the surrounding land It could be either left dry or filled with water Water filled moats made it more difficult for attackers to dig tunnels
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{i} protective body of water surrounding a town or fortress, wide trench filled with water that surrounds a castle
moat
Measurement Operations and Analysis Team A research team based in the USA
moat
A deep defensive ditch that surrounds the wall of a fortified town or castle and is usually filled with water
moat
The gutter
moat
ditch dug as a fortification and usually filled with water
moat
A moat is a deep, wide channel dug round a place such as a castle and filled with water, in order to protect the place from attack
moat
Nickname for the gutter
moat
– narrow, standing collar
moat
The ditch surrounding a castle, filled with water when the castle was on a stream or river, but most often just a dry ditch When wet, they did not contain alligators, but there was other revolting stuff in them
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To surround with a moat
moated

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    Etymologie

    [ 'mOt ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English mote, probably from Middle French motte hill, mound.

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