phalanx

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Englisch - Türkisch
falanks
Eski Yunanistan'da sık saflarla yürüyen mızraklı ve kalkanlı asker alayı; elbirliği ve azimle çalışan örgüt
(Ya da phalanges). Parmak kemiği, falanks
PHALANX (SİLAH SİSTEMİ): Gemilere tehdit oluşturan füzelere karşı otomatik ve otonom terminal savunma sağlayan kapalı bir silah sistemi. Bu sistem; kendine yeterli araştırma ve izleme radarlarını, silah kontrolünü ve topun çapından daha küçük mermi ateşleyen 20 mm'lik M61 topunu içermektedir
{i} parmak kemiği
{i} birbirine çok bağlı topluluk
{i} falanj
(Tıp) (phalanges). Parmak kemiği, dizi kemiği, falanks
{i} makedonya savaş birliği
phalanges
falanks
hoplite phalanx
(Askeri) Genellikle mızrak ve benzeri silahlar kullanan askerlerin birbirinden ayrılmadan art arda saflar halinde savaşmasını esas kabul eden bir savaş düzenidir. İlk uygulamaları Arkayik Yunanistan'da Hoplites adı verilen ağır piyadelerin savaş düzeni olarak ortaya çıkmıştır. Falanks düzeninden önce savaşlar, düzensiz gruplar arasında bire bir çatışmalar şekliden yürütülmektedir. Falanks düzeni, kütlesel bir vuruş gücüyle son derece etkili bir savaş düzeni olarak ortaya çıkmıştır
phalanges
(Tıp) El ve ayak parmaklarında bulunan küçük kemikler
Englisch - Englisch
The brand name of a radar-controlled rapid fire 20mm Gatling-type machine gun, the Phalanx CIWS (pronounced see-wiz), deployed on U.S. Navy ships as a last line of defense against antiship cruise missiles
a large group of people, animals or things, compact or closely massed, or tightly knit and united in common purpose

The Guardian today listed a phalanx of ministers who back the bill, including Tessa Jowell, the culture secretary, Tony McNulty, the policing minister, Andy Burnham, the junior health minister, Ian Pearson, the climate change minister, John Healey, the financial secretary to the Treasury, and Keith Hill, parliamentary private secretary to Tony Blair.

One of the bones of the finger or toe
A Fourierite utopian community; a phalanstery
An ancient Greek military unit that consisted of several ranks and files (lines) of soldiers in close array with joined shields and long spears
{i} line of battle, infantry line; group; platoon; group of people standing or moving closely together
{n} a square troop of men closely embodied
any closely ranked crowd of people
any of the bones (or phalanges) of the fingers or toes a body of troops in close array any closely ranked crowd of people
Any body of troops or men formed in close array, or any combination of people distinguished for firmness and solidity of a union
A phalanx of people is a large group who are brought together for a particular purpose. a phalanx of waiters. phalanxes a large group of people or things standing close together so that it is difficult to go through them phalanx of. Tactical formation consisting of a block of heavily armed infantry standing shoulder to shoulder in files several ranks deep. First used by the Sumerians and fully developed by the ancient Greeks, it is viewed today as the beginning of European military development. The Greek city-states adopted a phalanx eight men deep during the 7th century BC. The spectacle of Greek hoplites marching forward in solid ranks was frightening to the enemy, but the phalanx was difficult to maneuver and easily thrown into confusion if its ranks were broken
There were several different arrangements, the phalanx varying in depth from four to twenty-five or more ranks of men
A Fourierite community; a phalanstery
One of the bones of the finger or toe, also called phalange
A body of heavily armed infantry formed into close and deep ranks and files
A group or bundle of stamens, as in polyadelphous flowers
a body of troops in close array
A phalanx is a group of soldiers or police who are standing or marching close together ready to fight
A body of heavy-armed infantry formed in ranks and files close and deep
=battle line
Any bone of the fingers or toes; plural is phalanges
any of the bones (or phalanges) of the fingers or toes
One of the digital bones of the hand or foot, beyond the metacarpus or metatarsus; an internode
{i} bone of a finger or toe
phalanges
plural form of phalange
phalanges
plural form of phalanx
phalanges
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phalanges
plural of phalanx
phalanges
- The fourteen small bones that make up the toes There are two phalanges in each large toe, and three in each smaller toe
phalanges
The fourteen small bones that make up the toes There are two phalanges in each large toe, and three in each smaller toe
phalanges
human finger bones
phalanges
of Phalanx
phalanxes
plural of phalanx
phalanx

    Silbentrennung

    phal·anx

    Türkische aussprache

    feylängks

    Synonyme

    phalange

    Aussprache

    /ˈfālaɴɢks/ /ˈfeɪlæŋks/

    Etymologie

    [ 'fA-"la[ng](k)s, British us ] (noun.) 1553. From Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phalanks, “battle order, array”).

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