percussion

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Englisch - Türkisch
vurmalı çalgılar
çarpma
vurma

Tom daha önce vurmalı çaldı. - Tom formerly played percussion.

(Tıp) Vücude parmaklarla özel bir şekilde vurarak alınan sese göre oradaki organ ve boşlukların durumunu muayene usülü, perküsyon
vurarak masaj yapmak
parmaklar ile vurmak
(Askeri) MÜSADEME; VURUŞ; ÇIKIŞ: Özellikle bir infilak maddesini ateşleyen ani ve hafif darbe
(Diş Hekimliği) Ayna ve sont sapının tersi ile dişe vurularak yapılan muayene
parmaklan birbirine vurarak organların durumunu muayene usulü
{i} (Tıp) perküsyon
percussion instrument vurularak çalı
piyano veya davul gibi bir çalgıya vurarak ses çıkarma
darbeli
tüfek kapsülünü vurma
vurmalı

Tom daha önce vurmalı çaldı. - Tom formerly played percussion.

percussion cap tüfek kapsülü
{i} parmaklar ile vurma
(fiil)rma, vurmalı, darbeli
{i} vurma çalgılar
(Biyoloji) perküsyon
darbe
percussion cap
(Askeri,Avcılık) kapsül
percussion cap
(Madencilik) kapsüllü lokum
percussion drill
darbeli sondaj
percussion fuze
(Askeri) müsademeli tapa
percussion section
vurma çalgılar
percussion boring
darbeli sondaj
percussion cap
tüfek kapsülü
percussion drill
darbeli delici
percussion drill
vurgulu delici
percussion fuse
müsademeli tapa
percussion instrument
vurmalı çalgılar
percussion instrument
vurmalı müzik aleti
percussion drilling
darbeli sondaj
percussion press
(Mühendislik) vurgu presi
percussion table
darbeli tabla, vurmalı tabla
percussion cap
(Askeri) MÜSADEME KOVANI; KAPSÜL: Bazı ateşli silahların ateşlenmesinde kullanılan ve bir yüksek infilak maddesini ihtiva eden küçük madeni kovan
percussion cap
çatapat
percussion charge
(Askeri) MÜSADEME HAKKI: Müsademe iğnesinin darbesiyle ateşlenen, yüksek süratli küçük infilak maddesi. Müsademe hakkı, bir silahta, sevk barutunu ateşleyen yemleme barutunun ateşlenmesinde kullanılır
percussion charge
(Askeri) müsademe hakkı
percussion composition
(Askeri) MÜSADEME BİLEŞİMİ: Bazı tip ateşli silahlarda, müsademe iğnesinin kapsüle çarpmasıyla ateşlenen yüksek infilak maddesi
percussion composition
(Askeri) müsademe bileşimi
percussion drill
darbeli matkap
percussion drilling
vuruşlu sondaj
percussion drilling
darbeli sondaj yapma
percussion drilling
darbeli delme
percussion drilling machine
vuruşlu sondaj makinesi
percussion fire
(Askeri) MÜSADEMELİ ATIŞ: Hedefe vurunca patlamak üzere ayarlanmış tapalarla yapılan atış. Bak. "fire"
percussion fire
(Askeri) müsademeli atış
percussion firing
(Askeri) müsademeli atış
percussion fuze
(Askeri) MÜSADEMELİ TAPA: Hedefe vurunca ateşlenen tapa. Bak. "impact fuze"
percussion hammer
(Askeri) HOROZ: Bak. "hammer"
percussion instrument
vurma çalgı
percussion instruments
(fiil)rmalı çalgılar
percussion instruments
vurmalı çalgılar
percussion lock
(Avcılık) kapsüllü ateşleme düzeni
percussion machine
darbeli makine
percussion machine
darbeli sondaj makinesi
percussion mechanism
(Askeri) müsademe tertibatı
percussion mechanism
(Askeri) MÜSADEME TERTİBATI: Komple ateşleme iğnesini ihtiva eden cihaz. Müsademe tertibatı, top kama gövdesi merkezindeki kovan yuvasında kayarak hareket eder
percussion primer
(Askeri) MÜSADEME KAPSÜLÜ; MÜSADEME FÜNYESİ: Bir darbe ile patlayabilen ve içinde az miktarda yüksek infilak maddesi bulunan kapsül veya silindir. Müsademe kapsülü, terkipli ve yarı terkipli (fixed and semifixed) bütün cephane ile bazı tip terkipsiz (separate) cephanede esas sevk barutunu ateşlemek için kullanılır
percussion primer
(Askeri) müsademe fünyesi
percussion primer
(Askeri) müsademe kapsülü
percussion primer
(Askeri) darbeyle ateşlenen fünye
percussion riveting machine
vuruşlu perçinleme makinesi
percussion table
(Madencilik) vurmalı tabla
percussion table
(Madencilik) darbeli tabla
percussion test
darbeli deney
percussion test
perküsyon deneyi
percussion tools
vuruşlu aygıtlar
bimanual percussion
bimanuel perküsyon
percussions
vurmalı çalgılar
rapid percussion drilling
hızlı vurmalı delme
small hand-held percussion instruments
küçük el vurmalı çalgılar
Englisch - Englisch
the repeated striking of an object to break or shape it, as in percussion drilling
the detonation of a percussion cap in a firearm
the collision of two bodies in order to produce a sound
the section of an orchestra or band containing percussion instruments; such instruments considered as a group
the sound so produced
the tapping of the body as an aid to medical diagnosis
the sharp striking of one body against another
{n} a striking, stroke, knock, found
One of the six instrument families, including such instruments as the snare drum, the timpani, the cymbals, and the marimba, among others
Percussion is said to be immediate if the blow is directly upon the body; if some interventing substance, as a pleximeter, is, used, it is called mediate
Examination by striking or tapping
A category of band that includes the drum line and pit
Sharp impact of one object against another, accompanied by a perceivable shock or sound
Percussion instruments are musical instruments that you hit, such as drums
A percussive instrument is sounded by striking or shaking Examples: Bass drum, snare, bongo, cymbal, high-hat By extension, the term also encompasses so-called "background sounds," like wind chimes, thunder, voices
the act of playing a percussion instrument
all instruments that may be played by shaking, rubbing, or striking the instrument itself These include the timpani, other drums, chimes, tambourine, triangle, cymbals, and various mallet instruments, such as the xylophone
A family of instruments in which sound is produced by striking the instrument
the act of exploding a percussion cap the act of playing a percussion instrument tapping a part of the body for diagnostic purposes
Percussion all the stuff you hit with are percussion, however I wanna point out that timpani is usually seen as a independent section
the family of instruments that are sounded by striking or shaking (and sometimes rubbing or whirling) It is the family of drums, bells, cymbals, etc
the section of a band or orchestra that plays percussion instruments
such as gives a sound or report
{i} beating, striking; agitation; rapping, knocking
tapping a part of the body for diagnostic purposes
The act of tapping or striking the surface of the body in order to learn the condition of the parts beneath by the sound emitted or the sensation imparted to the fingers
In chest physiotherapy, a technique that includes clapping and vibrating the chest wall with one's hands
the act of exploding a percussion cap
Rhythmic sounds performed by striking or beating one element against another
the act of striking a part with short, sharp blows as an aid in diagnosing the condition of the parts beneath by the sound obtained
– The family of instruments that includes instruments that a musicians strikes or shakes in order to make sound, such as drums, xylophones, and maracas
The act of percussing, or striking one body against another; forcible collision, esp
All instruments which may be played by shaking, rubbing, or striking the instrument itself
The striking of one body against another such as a hammer stone pounded directly on a rock surface
Instruments that are 'hit' to create a sound
Hence: The effect of violent collision; vibratory shock; impression of sound on the ear
percussion instrument
An instrument in which the sound is produced by striking, scraping or shaking an object
percussion cap
a detonator that explodes when struck
percussion cap
A thin metal cap containing an explosive substance, such as fulminate of mercury, that explodes on being struck
percussion instrument
a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by one object striking another
percussion instrument
An instrument, such as a drum, xylophone, piano, or maraca, in which sound is produced by one object striking another or by being scraped or shaken. A musical instrument that is struck (or sometimes shaken or scraped) to produce sound. This category includes instruments whose own hard substance is made to vibrate (idiophones) and instruments that include a tight membrane that vibrates (membranophones). Percussion instruments may produce tones of definite or indefinite pitch. Their primary function is often rhythmic, but many are used as melody instruments. They include the bell, carillon, cymbal, drum, dulcimer, gamelan, glockenspiel, marimba, piano, steel drum, tabla, tambourine, timpani, vibraphone, and xylophone
percussion instruments
musical instruments whose tones are created by striking (i.e. drum, cymbal, etc.)
percussion section
the section of a band or orchestra that plays percussion instruments
percussions
plural of percussion
percussion

    Silbentrennung

    per·cus·sion

    Türkische aussprache

    pırkʌşın

    Aussprache

    /pərˈkəsʜən/ /pɜrˈkʌʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ p&r-'k&-sh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin percussion-, percussio, from percutere to beat, from per- thoroughly + quatere to shake.

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