pannier

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Englisch - Türkisch
sepet
küfe
erzak taşımaya mahsus küfe
eskiden kalçaları yüksek göstermek için kadın etekliğine konan balina kemiğinden yapılmış kafes
{i} kalçaları yüksek göstermek için giyilen kafes
{i} yük hayvanına takılan küfe
Englisch - Englisch
A decorative basket for the display of flowers or fruits
One of a pair of hoops used to expand the volume of a woman's skirt to either side
A large basket or bag fastened, usually in pairs, to the back of a bicycle or pack animal, or carried in pairs over the shoulders
{n} a kind of basket carried on horses
loop formed over the hip by drapping the the upperskirt
A bread basket; also, a wicker basket (used commonly in pairs) for carrying fruit or other things on a horse or an ass A shield of basket work formerly used by archers as a shelter from the enemy's missiles
set of small hoops used to add fullness over the hips
A pannier is a large basket or bag, usually one of two that are put over an animal and used for carrying loads
A bag that hangs alongside one of the wheels of a bicycle They usually come in pairs Well-equipped touring cyclists often use two pairs, on on the rear, the other on the front, for better weight distribution If they are mounted so that the top of the pannier is below the top of the wheel, they are "low riders "
A pannier is one of two bags or boxes for carrying things in, which are fixed on each side of the back wheel of a bicycle or motorbike
A basket or bag fastened, often in pairs, to the back of a bicycle or horse
A table waiter at the Inns of Court, London
A framework of steel or whalebone, worn by women to expand their dresses; a kind of bustle
set of small hoops used to add fullness over the hips a large wicker basket (usually one of a pair)
{i} pack, rucksack; basket for carrying food or supplies
A hoop used to expand the volume of a womans skirt
a large wicker basket (usually one of a pair)
A bag that hangs alongside one of the wheels of a bicycle They usually come in pairs Well-equipped touring cyclists often use two pairs, one on the rear, the other on the front, for better weight distribution If they are mounted so that the top of the pannier is below the top of the wheel, they are "low riders " Contrary to popular belief, "pannier" is not a French word, and should not be pronounced as one The normal English pronunciation is: "PAN-yer" "Pannier" is, in fact derived from a French word: "panier", a basket more specifically, a bread basket, from "pain", the French word for "bread "
A pannier
dorsel
panier
See Pannier, 3
pannier

    Silbentrennung

    pan·nier

    Türkische aussprache

    päniır

    Synonyme

    corbeil

    Aussprache

    /ˈpanēər/ /ˈpæniːɜr/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 13th century. From French panier, from Latin pānārium (“a bread basket”), from pānis (“bread”).

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