parcel

listen to the pronunciation of parcel
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} koli

Kolinin hava yoluyla gönderilmesi için 2.000 yen ödedim. - I paid 2,000 yen for the parcel to be sent by air.

Japonya'ya bir koli göndermek istiyorum. - I want to send a parcel to Japan.

parsel
{i} paket

Paket dün teslim edildi. - The parcel was delivered yesterday.

Paketi müşteriye uzattı. - She handed the parcel to the customer.

{i} parti (mal)
{f} parsellemek
{f} bölmek
{f} hisselere ayırmak
arazi parçası
(Ticaret) arsa
takım
yığın
{f} parselle
sürü
{i} toplu miktar
halat üzerini katranlı bezle örtmek
{f} out -i eşit kısımlara ayırıp dağıtmak, -i üleştirmek
takım/parsel/koli
{i} bohça, çıkın
parcel paketle/böl
parcel post paket postası
çıkın
{f} up -i
parsel (kendi içine kapanan bir çizgi ile sınırlı arazi parçası)
{f} out -i parsellemek
kısmen
paket bohça
kısım veya hisselere ayırmak
posta

Ben paketimi hava postası ile gönderdim. - I sent the parcel by airmail.

Bunu paket postasıyla mı göndereceksin? - Are you going to send this by parcel post?

parti
(Ticaret) yük
parcel of land
(Ticaret) arsa
parcel out
ifraz etmek
parcel out
taksim etmek
parcel out
üleştirmek
parcel up
paketlemek
parcel of land
parsel
parcel office
paket postanesi
parcel out
parsellemek
parcel post
paket postası

Bunu paket postasıyla mı göndereceksin? - Are you going to send this by parcel post?

parcel post
koli servisi
parcel by parcel
Parsel parsel
parcel id
posta no
parcel id
arazi numarası
parcel id
paket numarası
parcel corner
parsel köşesi
parcel methos
(Meteoroloji) parsel yöntemi
parcel note
(Ticaret) yük makbuzu
parcel note
(Ticaret) yük belgesi
parcel out
hisselere ayırmak
parcel out
bölmek
parcel post shipments
(Askeri) paket postası sevkiyatı
parcel receipt
(Ticaret) paket taşıma makbuzu
parcel sealing tape
koli bandı
parcel shelf
arka raf
parcel shelf/blinds
(Otomotiv) arka raf/panjurları
parcel tape
koli bandı
parcel up
paket yapmak
part and parcel
temel kısım
part and parcel
önemli bir parçası
part and parcel
(deyim) bir seyin bir kismi
parceled
{f} parselle
parceling
{f} parselle
parceling
{i} parselasyon
parcelling
{f} parselle
be a part and parcel of
(bir şeyin) önemli bir öğesi olmak: These words are now part and parcel of the language. Bu sözcükler artık dilin önemli bir parçası oldu
express parcel
ekspres gönderilen koli
parceled
parsellenmiş
parceling
parselleyerek
parcelled
parceled
parcelling
parselleme
agricultural parcel
(Tarım) tarımsal parsel
air parcel
uçakla gönderilen paket [brit.]
inland parcel
yurtiçi paket
insured parcel
(Sigorta) sigortalı posta kolisi
prepaid parcel
(Ticaret) peşin ödenen koli
registered air parcel post
(Askeri) TAAHHÜTLÜ HAVA PAKET POSTANESİ
sample parcel
örnek gönderiler
will you weigh this parcel, please
bu koliyi tartar mısınız
would you please send this parcel as quickly as possible
bu koliyi hemen gönderir misiniz
Englisch - Englisch
A group of birds
A division of land bought and sold as a unit

I own a small parcel of land between the refinery and the fish cannery.

A small amount of food that has been wrapped up, for example a pastry
To wrap something up into the form of a package
To wrap a strip around the end of a rope

Worm and parcel with the lay; turn and serve the other way.

A package wrapped for shipment

I saw a brown paper parcel on my doorstep.

{v} to divide into portions, parts or sets
{n} a small bundle, lot, set, company
A part; a portion; a piece; as, a certain piece of land is part and parcel of another piece
Any lot, block, or other area in which land is held or is subdivided
] the result of parcelling out or sharing; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologicans" make into a wrapped container cover with strips of canvas; "parcel rope" divide into parts; "The developers parceled the land
1 A piece of undeveloped land 2 A package
a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
A portion of anything taken separately; a fragment of a whole; a part
An individual piece of land; a lot
An indiscriminate or indefinite number, measure, or quantity; a collection; a group
a wrapped container
An individual piece of land, with its own legal description
Number assigned by the city to the parcel of land on which the building sits
An individual lot of land with its own legal description
Shak
the result of parcelling out or sharing; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologicans"
[Sometimes hyphened with the word following
{i} (British) package, bundle; group, gang; field, plot of land, yard
An officially described piece of land
To make up into a parcel; as, to parcel a customer's purchases; the machine parcels yarn, wool, etc
A single piece of land not identified by lot number but described in a deed This land can be owned publicly or privately and is transferable (See lot)
make into a wrapped container
make into a wrapped container cover with strips of canvas; "parcel rope"
cover with strips of canvas; "parcel rope"
A piece of real estate that may or may not be subsequently subdivided Sometimes part of a larger piece of real estate (see Tract)
To divide and distribute by parts or portions; often with out or into
A number or quantity of things put up together; a bundle; a package; a packet
A contiguous area of land described in a single description or as one of a number of lots on a plat
Any area of land contained within a single description
a part of portion of a piece of land
A piece of mail which exceeds the maximum dimension for flats
A specific tract of real estate defined by a legal description and used for taxing purposes, among others Also termed a surveyor's parcel and a tax parcel
"A separately assessed lot, parcel, piece or portion of real property, except publicly owned bridges and land used for street, road, highway or parkway purposes A parcel shall not be bisected by a municipal corporation boundary line except that in a special assessing unit a parcel may be bisected by a school district or village boundary line " (RPTL Section 102)
A portion of a subdivision
Another word for a piece of land
A parcel of land is a piece of land. These small parcels of land were purchased for the most part by local people
A description of property, formally set forth in a conveyance, together with the boundaries thereof, in order to easily identify it
To add a parcel or item to; to itemize
] the result of parcelling out or sharing; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologicans"
an extended area of land
divide into parts; "The developers parceled the land"
A parcel is something wrapped in paper, usually so that it can be sent to someone by post. parcels of food and clothing He had a large brown paper parcel under his left arm
{f} pack, bundle; divide, partition; wrap, cover
A piece of land of any size in one ownership
To warp up into a parcel
A volume of air small enough to contain uniform distribution of its meteorological properties and large enough to remain relatively self-contained and respond to all meteorological processes
An officially described parcel of land
Real property assessment unit Land that is segregated into units by boundary lines for assessment purposes
A term denoting a piece of land
is a fundamental cadastral unit: a piece of land which can be owned, sold, and developed Parcels have legal descriptions which not only describe their boundaries but also contain information concerning rights and interests
Any officially designated plot of land
emphasis If you say that something is part and parcel of something else, you are emphasizing that it is involved or included in it. Payment was part and parcel of carrying on insurance business within the UK. parcelled parcelling parceled parceling parcel off to divide something into small parts so that it can be sold
divide into parts; "The developers parceled the land
Part or half; in part; partially
parcel bomb
A bomb, disguised as a parcel, set to explode when unwrapped
parcel bombs
plural form of parcel bomb
parcel out
To divide into portions or chunks; to ration

It's a large job, but if we parcel it out among several people over several weeks, it shouldn't be too difficult.

parcel post
A postal service involving the shipping of parcels
parcel bomb
a thin explosive device inside an envelope or package and detonated when opened
parcel bomb
A parcel bomb is a small bomb which is sent in a parcel through the post and which is designed to explode when the parcel is opened. a bomb which is wrapped like a parcel and sent by post, and is intended to explode when it is opened
parcel bomb
explosive package sent through the mail so as to injure the recipient
parcel of land
piece of land, plot of ground, area of land
parcel post
Provision is made from insuring parcels up to $50
parcel post
postal service that handles packages
parcel post
See Zone, below
parcel post
The rates of postage vary with the distance
parcel post
Parcels must not exceed 11 pounds in weight nor 72 inches in length and girth combined
parcel post
00, and also for sending parcels C
parcel post
A general parcel post was established in the United States by Act of August 24, 1912, which took effect Jan
parcel post
That branch of the post office having to do with the collection, transmission, and delivery of parcels
parcel post
1, 1913
parcel post
The British Inland Parcel Post was established in 1883
parcel post
for parcels not exceeding one pound and 1d
parcel post
for each additional pound up to the limit of 10 pounds
parcel post
postal service for sending packages and large boxes
parcel post
A postal service or department that handles and delivers packages. the slowest and cheapest system of sending parcels by post in the US
parcel post
The present rates, dating from 1897, are 3d
part and parcel
An integral or essential piece; that which must be done or accepted as part of something else

Argument structure is thus considered to be part and parcel of the information associated with lexical, syntactically atomic verbs.

pass the parcel
A children's game in which a parcel having many layers of packaging is passed from person to person around a ring while music plays, the person holding the parcel when the music is temporarily stopped being allowed to remove a single layer, and the person removing the innermost layer winning the prize contained within; in a variation of the game, there is a prize under each layer that is awarded to the person removing that layer
pass the parcel
a situation in which the ownership of something changes frequently
part and parcel
important or required aspect
part and parcel of
inseparable part of -, vital part of -
air parcel
An imaginary body of air to which may be assigned any or all of the basic dynamic and thermodynamic properties of atmospheric air. A parcel is large enough to contain a very great number of molecules, but small enough so that the properties assigned to it are approximately uniform within it and so that its motions with respect to the surrounding atmosphere do not induce marked compensatory movements. It cannot be given precise numerical definition, but a cubic foot of air might fit well into most contexts where air parcels are discussed, particularly those related to static stability
parcelling
{n} slips of canvas tarred to bind round a rope
Air Parcel Post
parcels weighing more than 12 ounces sent through mail to be transported by air at first-class rates
United Parcel Service
American company that delivers letters and parcels worldwide
assessor's parcel
plot of land that is mapped and registered with city authorities (used as a basis for determining tax rate)
be part and parcel of
be an integral part of
parceled
past of parcel
parceled
{s} covered, wrapped; packaged, bundled
parceling
Long, narrow slips of canvas daubed with tar and wound about a rope like a bandage, before it is served; used, also, in mousing on the stayes, etc
parceling
present participle of parcel
parceling
the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
parceling
The act of dividing and distributing in portions or parts
parcelled
{s} covered, wrapped; packaged, bundled
parcelled
UK, past of parcel
parcelling
the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
parcelling
{i} division, partitioning; wrapping, covering
parcelling
UK, present participle of parcel
parcels
third-person singular of parcel
parcels
plural of parcel
wrap up a parcel
cover a package
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von parcel im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

parceled
parcelled
nikâh şekeri small parcel of candy
(usually sugared almonds) given to the guests at a wedding
parcel
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