peg

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tekstil) Peg (Masura yerleştirme çubuğu)
{f} atmak (taş vb.)
{i} akort vidası
mandallamak
mandal

Çamaşırı mandallayarak asmak zorundayım. - I have to peg up the washing.

Giysilerimi mandallayarak asamam. Hava çok rüzgarlı. - I cannot peg up my clothes. It's too windy.

askı
asılgan
kanca

Şapkamı kancaya astım. - I hung my hat on the peg.

{i} tahta çivi
(fiyat/vb.) sabitleştirmek
{f} çivile
ağaç çivi
{i} mazeret
{i} vesile
tahta bacaklı adam
peg top topaç
{f} belirlemek

Faizi yeniden ayarlama yönünü belirlemek zordur. - It is difficult to peg the direction of interest deregulation.

{f} saptamak
(Tıp) 1. Herhangi bir şey destek temin etmek amacıyla kullanılan tahta veya madenden aypılmış çivi veya
{i} gerekçe; bahane
{i} kazık (kısa)
pegtoppaçası dar olan
{f} kazık çakarak sabitlemek
(fiil) ağaç çivi ile çakmak, kazık çakarak sabitlemek, belirlemek, saptamak, atmak (taş vb.)
{i} müz. mandal
(Muzik) yaylı çalgılarda akort anahtarı
{i} bahane
dili tahta bacak
{i} k.dili. derece
{i} askı kancası (elbise)
{i} sodalı viski [brit.]
{i} çamaşır mandalı
{i} dübel
{f} ağaç çiviyle çivilemek
{f} ağaç çivi ile çakmak
(Ticaret) sabit oran
mıh
askı kancası
sodalı viski
peg away at
istikrarlı şekilde çalış
peg leg
tahta bacak
peg out
nalları dikmek
peg out
gebermek
peg top
topaç
peg down
aşağı peg
peg someone as something
(deyim) Birinin belli bir şekilde olduğunu düşünmek
peg table
Genellikle tek parça beden üzerine kurulu büyükçe ve yüksekçe sehpa
Peg board
(Tekstil) Peg rafı
peg along
azimle çalışmak
peg at
atmak (taş vb.)
peg away
(at) İng. (bir işte) sebatla çalışmak
peg away
azimle çalışmak
peg out
canı çıkmak
peg out
ölmek
peg out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kazıklar çakarak yerini işaret etmek 2- ölmek
peg out
kazık çakarak sabitlemek
peg out
kazıklarla yerini belirlemek
peg top trousers
kalçadan aşağı doğru daralan pantolon
crawling peg
(Ticaret) sürünen kur
crawling peg
(Ticaret) sürünen parite
guide peg
kılavuz kazık
pegging
(Ticaret) fiyat belirlenmesi
pegging
(Tıp) enkluaj
pegging
(Ticaret) döviz kurunu sabit tutma
pegging
(Ticaret) narh koymak
recovery peg
(Bilgisayar) güvenlik kazığı
recovery peg
(Bilgisayar) referans kazığı
sense peg
(Arılık) duyu kancası
take somebody down a peg
küçük düşürmek
take someone down a peg or two
(deyim) birine haddini bildirmek
a square peg in a round hole
yerine uymayan kimse
clothes peg
çamaşır mandalı
take sb down a peg or two
burnunu kırmak
take sb down a peg or two
bozum etmek
a round peg in a square hole
bulunduğu yere hiç uygun olmayan kimse. clothes-peg i., ıng. çamaşır mandalı
a square peg in a round hole
(deyim) Uyumsuz kişi
a square peg in a round hole
kalıbının adamı olmayan kimse
bust peg
büst peg
mumble the peg
peg geveleme
pegging
fiyat tesbiti
square peg in a round hole
mevkiine uygun olmayan kimse
take s.o. down a peg
bir kimseyi küçük düşürmek
take s.o. down a peg or two
birine dünyanın kaç bucak olduğunu göstermek
take someone down a peg or two
(deyim) Küçümsemek, aşağılamak
turtle peg
kaplumbağa peg
adjustable peg system
ayarlanabilir sabit kur sistemi
clothes peg
mandal
crawling peg exchange rate
(Ticaret) kaygan döviz kuru
crawling peg exchange rate
(Ticaret) sürünen pariteler
crawling peg system
(Politika, Siyaset) sürüklenen çapa uygulaması
fetch tubes from peg
(Tekstil) Peg'den masura alınması
levelling peg
(İnşaat) düzleme kazığı
off the peg
(deyim) (genellikle giysi) hazir
pegging
{f} fiyat tespit et: prep.fiyat tespi
square peg
(deyim) a square peg (in a round hole) bulundugu yere yakismayan kimse
square peg in a round
mevkiine uygun olmayan kimse
take down a peg
(deyim) take someone down a peg (or two) [kd] burnunu kirmak,kibrini kirmak
take s.o. down a peg
bir kimseyi küçük düşürmek. take s.o. down a peg or k.dili. birine dünyanın kaç bucak olduğunu göstermek
take smb. down a peg
küçük düşürmek
tent peg
çadır kazığı
tuning peg
akort vidası
valve peg
supap pimi
Türkisch - Türkisch
Etrafı taşla örülmüş, tavanı olmayan, hayvanların dinlendiği yer
Englisch - Englisch
polyethylene glycol
The city of Winnipeg

I just got back from the Peg.

A diminutive of the female given names Peggy and Margaret
To narrow the cuff openings of a pair of pants so that the legs take on a peg shape
A cylindrical wooden, metal etc. object used to fasten or as a bearing between objects
A fixed exchange rate, where a currency's value is matched to the value of another currency or measure such as gold
To throw
To indicate or ascribe an attribute to. (Assumed to originate from the use of pegs or pins as markers on a bulletin board or a list.)

I pegged his weight at 165.

To engage in anal sex by penetrating one's male partner with a dildo
A small quantity of a strong alcoholic beverage
A peg moved on a crib board to keep score
To fasten using a peg

Let's peg the rug to the floor.

To reach or exceed the maximum value on a scale or gauge

We pegged the speedometer across the flats.

To move one's pegs to indicate points scored
To affix or pin

She lunged forward and pegged him to the wall.

A protrusion used to hang things on
{n} a wooden pin, a nickname for Margaret
{v} to fasten with a peg, pin down, close
(deyim) Think of someone in a certain way

1. Susan pegged the new employee as a lazy worker. 2. I had you pegged as an angry rebel before I got to know you.

a female given name, diminutive of Peggy
a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
To score with a peg, as points in the game; as, she pegged twelwe points
A wooden pin, or nail, on which to hang things, as coats, etc
The PEG ratio (price-to-earnings-growth) is calculated by dividing a stock's forward P/E by its projected three- to five-year annual EPS growth rate It is used to find companies that are trading at a discount to their projected growth A PEG ratio of less than one is considered a sign that a stock is a good value Generally speaking, the higher the PEG, the pricier the stock
to fix the value of a currency against something else (another currency or a precious metal)
Off-the-peg clothes are made in large numbers and sent to shops, not made specially for a particular person. an off-the-peg two-piece suit made-to-measure
Place to put newcomers when the PP is crowded Newcomers are hung on a peg with a name plate until they learn enough things like "muumuu," "sponge," "pants," and "nt" to be considered regulars
One of the pins of a musical instrument, on which the strings are strained
To put pegs into; to fasten the parts of with pegs; as, to peg shoes; to confine with pegs; to restrict or limit closely
{i} wedge, spike; pin, dowel; clothespin, clip
stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations; "The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar" fasten or secure with a wooden pin; "peg a tent" pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into into
succeed in obtaining a position; "He nailed down a spot at Harvard"
stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations; "The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"
small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc
A valuation measure which which compares the P/E ratio of a company to its earnings growth rate (Price/Earnings to Growth, hence PEG) The P/E and earnings growth rates used can be either trailing numbers or forward estimates
{f} fasten with clothespin; strengthen with a wedge, reinforce with a spike
Part of the creative cycle, an element in an experience that is tentatively set as somehow important Often a peg is simply a question that seems to be worth setting as one of the focal points of further inquiry Back to Creativity Page
informal terms of the leg; "fever left him weak on his sticks"
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A wooden dowel used like a nail to hold furniture parts together The ends were sometimes left exposed to create decorative interest, as in some Early American pieces
a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
To work diligently, as one who pegs shoes; usually with on, at, or away; as, to peg away at a task
A small, pointed piece of wood, used in fastening boards together, in attaching the soles of boots or shoes, etc
Abbreviation for polyethylene glycol
A wooden dowel one to one and one-half inches in diameter, usually of oak or locust
a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc
Polymeric forms of ethylene oxide An organic configuration that is reacted with various other molecules to produce a wide range of cosmetic materials Higher numbers mean higher ethoxilation, which usually means higher solubility in water (PEG-75 Lanolin has protective and emollient properties, while PEG-20 Stearate is an emulsifier )
pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into into
One of the pins used for marking points on a cribbage board
- A strong, memorable element of a press release or campaign; the hook
A drink of spirits, usually whisky or brandy diluted with soda water
in the slang phrase "To take one down peg
To move ones pegs to indicate points scored
A peg is a small hook or knob that is attached to a wall or door and is used for hanging things on. His work jacket hung on the peg in the kitchen
A step; a degree; esp
(aka: "tee") another term for a tee A small, usually, but not always, wooden device for setting the ball up above the ground for the first shot on each hole Example: "Patrick preferred not to use a tee on par three holes on which he used an iron "
Public, Educational, and Governmental (cable programming)
Tee
If a price or amount of something is pegged at a particular level, it is fixed at that level. Its currency is pegged to the dollar UK trading profits were pegged at £40 million The Bank wants to peg rates at 9%. a pegged European currency. see also level-pegging
as, a shoe peg
" To put pegs into; to fasten the parts of with pegs; as, to peg shoes; to confine with pegs; to restrict or limit closely
A peg is a small device which you use to fasten clothes to a washing line
a strong throw resulting in an out
fasten or secure with a wooden pin; "peg a tent"
To indicate or ascribe, as "Hes been pegged as a suspect." Usage assumed to originate from the use of pegs or pins as markers on a bulletin board or a list
If you peg something somewhere or peg it down, you fix it there with pegs. trying to peg a double sheet on a washing line on a blustery day Peg down netting over the top to keep out leaves. a tent pegged to the ground nearby for the kids
Public, Educational and Government
A short wire found on a jewelry component that is used for mounting a pearl Glue is applied to this wire then the Pearl's hole is slid onto the wire This wire usually has a knurled pattern to aid holding the glue
To pin down or otherwise affix using a pin
regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument
peg back
To equalize against; to prevent the opposition from winning
peg down
to identify clearly
peg down
to fasten soemthing to the ground using pegs
peg it
To run away; to leg it; to scarper
peg leg
Alternative spelling of peg-leg. To limp or hobble (as if one had a wooden leg)
peg leg
Alternative spelling of peg-leg. Someone who has an artificial leg
peg leg
Alternative spelling of peg-leg. A wooden leg or artificial leg
peg out
to finish a game of croquet
peg out
to die
peg out
to mark (a territory or area) with pegs
peg out
to move one's peg to the last position on the pegboard, and thus win
peg out
to hang up using pegs
peg warmer
a retail product, especially a collectible, that has very high supply and very low demand
peg-leg
A wooden leg, usually tapered, strapped onto the stump of an amputated leg
peg-leg
Descriptive of one with such a leg. E.g. "Peg-leg Pete"
peg-leg
To limp or hobble (as if having a wooden leg)
peg someone as something
(deyim) Think of someone in a certain way

1. Susan pegged the new employee as a lazy worker. 2. I had you pegged as an angry rebel before I got to know you.

peg at
aim at
peg away at
work diligently at, work very hard at
peg down
reinforce with pegs, use stakes for reinforcement
peg in one's coffin
humorous phrase referring to an alcoholic drink
peg leg
An artificial leg. an artificial leg, especially a wooden one
peg out
mark with pegs; hang out laundry; die (Slang)
peg to hang on
starting point, opportunity to do or talk about something
peg top
a pear-shaped top made of wood with a metal center pin
clothes peg
An object (usually made of wood) used to attach wet laundry to a clothesline so that it (the laundry) can dry
clothes-peg
Alternative spelling of clothes peg
mumblety peg
Any of several forms of a game in which a jackknife is thrown so that it sticks into the ground close to the player's feet

Others played mumbletypeg with rusty stolen jackknives, or simply drowsed in the sunlight, waking now and then to exchange their sorry belongings .

pull someone down a peg
To lower someone's high self-opinion

She longed to pull him down a peg or two.

square peg into a round hole
Something that does not fit well (or at all); something that will not work as attempted, except possibly with much force and effort
take down a peg
Alternative form of pull down a peg
tent peg
A peg, driven into the ground, to hold a rope that supports a tent

Upon arrival at the campsite, they discovered that they had forgotten the tent pegs and had to use rocks and logs to tether the tent instead.

turtle peg
A spike attached to a cord or rod, used for catching sea turtles
turtle-peg
Alternative spelling of turtle peg
a square peg in a round hole
(deyim) Someone who is uncomfortable or who does not belong in a particular situation
pegged
(adjective) North American term for pegtop
square peg in a round hole
(deyim) Someone who is uncomfortable or who does not belong in a particular situation
take someone down a peg or two
(deyim) Humble, humiliate, mortify, bring down, shame, embarrass
try to fit a square peg in a round hole
(deyim) Try to combine two things that do not belong or fit together
bust peg
wooden frame used to support a sculpture of molded clay or wax (Art)
clothes peg
A clothes peg is a small device which you use to fasten clothes to a washing line
clothes peg
{i} (British) clothespin, clip used to fasten clothes to a clothes line
come down a peg
humiliated; lose prestige or position
crawling peg
A foreign exchange rate system in which the exchange rate is adjusted very frequently to reflect prevailing rate of inflation
crawling peg
An official exchange rate system under which the government devalues the currency by a small amount on a weekly, daily or even more frequent basis
crawling peg
A method of exchange rate adjustment; the rate is fixed/ pegged, but adjusted at certain intervals in line with certain economic or market indicators
crawling peg
continual decrease in value of a currency in relation to other currencies
like a square peg in a round hole
incompatible, unsuitable, does not belong
mumblety-peg
a game in which players throw or flip a jackknife in various ways so that the knife sticks in the ground
off the peg
ready-to-wear, mass-produced (clothing)
off-the-peg
see peg. off-the-peg clothes are made in standard sizes, not made especially to fit one person made-to-measure the rack
pegged
The date on which a dividend or bond interest payment is scheduled to be paid
pegged
A system where a currency moves in line with another currency, some pegs are strict while others have bands of movement
pegged
past of peg
pegging
A form of price stabilization; typically used to stabilize a country's currency by making it fixed to the exchange rate with another country
pegging
the process of identifying the parent items that have generated a given set of material requirements for an item
pegging
Making transactions in a security, currency, or commodity in order to stabilize or target its value through market intervention
pegging
Tracing the source of requirements in a materials plan, caused by dependent demand from an upper-level item, independent demand from a customer or interplant order, or to replenish a desired inventory stock level
pegging
Effecting commodity transactions to prevent a decline in the price of the commodity so that previously written put options will expire worthless, thus protecting premiums previously received
pegging
The act or process of fastening with pegs
pegging
Pegging is a practical smoothing device used to arbitrarily increase the actual dividend (s) paid on a new lower dividend scale to eliminate a temporary reduction in the actual dividends paid from year to year on a policy Usually only base policy dividends are pegged; dividends on riders and Paid Up Additions (PUA) are not See: Substitution Pegging compares (normally before any adjustments for loans) the following: (a) The smaller of the dividend amount actually paid in the prior policy year and the prior year's dividend schedule payable in the current policy year, and (b) The current policy year's formula payment under the current year's schedule This distribution does not follow the contribution method It's done infrequently to enhance persistency
pegging
The securing of cords to the boards of a binding by means of dowels or pegs, generally of wood
pegging
The practice of bending and securing to the ground canes of nonclimbing roses which nonetheless have arching or lax growth Flowering laterals will grow from buds along the pegged canes
pegging
Effecting commodity transactions to offset a decline in the price of the commodity so that previously written put options will expire worthless, thus protecting premiums previously received
pegging
A technique in which a DRP system traces demand for a product by date, quantity, and warehouse location
pegging
{i} determining, ascertaining; corking, plugging; regulation (of stocks, etc.)
pegging
present participle of peg
pegs
third-person singular of peg
pegs
plural of peg
slip a peg
deteriorate slightly
square peg in a round hole
mismatched, the wrong person in the wrong place
take someone down a peg
humiliate someone, embarrass someone
tent peg
a peg driven into the ground to hold a rope supporting a tent
tent-peg
stake used to hold the ropes of a tent
tuning peg
a screw used for making the strings on a guitar etc tighter or looser
turtle peg
A sharp steel spear attached to a cord, used in taking sea turtles
you can't fit a round peg in a square hole
you can't force a person into roles for which he/she is not suited
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von peg im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

peg-tray
peg-tray
peg

    Silbentrennung

    Peg

    Türkische aussprache

    peg

    Antonyme

    detach, unfasten

    Aussprache

    /ˈpeg/ /ˈpɛɡ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'peg ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English, from Middle Dutch pegge (“pin, peg”), from Old Saxon *pigg-, *pegg-, from Proto-Germanic *pig-, *pag- (“peg, stake”), from Proto-Indo-European *bak- (“club, pointed stick, peg”). Cognate with Dutch dialectal peg (“pin”), Low Saxon pig, pigge (“peg, stick with a point”), Low Saxon pegel (“post, stake”), Irish bac (“stick, crook”), Latin baculum (“staff”), Latvian bakstît (“to poke”), Ancient Greek βάκτρον (báktron, “staff, walking stick”).

    Tempora

    pegs, pegging, pegged

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    peg out, peg leg

    Wort des Tages

    boniface
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