pillars

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Englisch - Türkisch
temel direk
pillar
sütun

Fadıl ve Leyla kiliselerinin sütunlarıydı. - Fadil and Layla were pillars of their church.

pillars of creation
(Astronomi) Yaratılış Kuleleri: Kartal Nebulasında bulunan soğuk hidrojen gazlarının oluşturduğu, sütun şeklindeki bulutsu
pillar
önemli yandaş
pillar
önemli destekçi
pillar
ayak
pillar
kılavuz sütunu
pillar
önemli üye
pillar
(Mimarlık) kolon
pillar
önemli üye/destekçi/yandaş
architectural pillars
mimari sütun
five pillars
beş sütun
five pillars of islam
(Din) İslam'ın beş şartı
main pillars
temel direklerinden
the pillars
sütunlar
Pillar
(Tekstil) Klavuz sütunu
capped earth pillars
peribacaları
palletized load system; personal locator system; pillars of logistic support; pr
(Askeri) paletlendirilmiş yük sistemi / paletli yükleme sistemi; kişisel konumlandırma sistemi; lojistik desteğin temelleri; hassas konumlandırma sistemi
pillar
payanda
pillar
direk

Sami toplulukta bir direkti. - Sami was a pillar in the community.

Büyük bir direk göl manzarasını engelliyor. - A large pillar obstructs the view of the lake.

pillar
en önemli kişi
pillar
dikme
pillar
dik meye benzer şey
pillar
sütunlarla desteklemek
pillar
nüfuzl
pillar
topuk
pillar
Pillars of Hercules Cebelitarık boğazının iki tarafındaki yüksek kayalıklar
pillar
(fiil) sütunlarla desteklemek
pillar
a pillar of society topluma dayanak olan kimse
pillar
{i} destek

Sami, Toronto'daki kilisesinin önemli bir destekçisidir. - Sami is a pillar of his church in Toronto.

pillar
sütunlarla tutmak veya süslemek
pillar
i., mim. sütun, kolon; direk; dikme
the pillars of society
(deyim) topluma dayanak olan kimse,nufuzlu kimse ornegin ogretmen,doktor ,yargic
Englisch - Englisch
plural of pillar
pillars of creation
(Astronomi) "Pillars of Creation" is a photograph taken by the Hubble Telescope of elephant trunks of interstellar gas and dust in the Eagle Nebula, some 7,000 light years from Earth. They are so named because the gas and dust are in the process of forming, or creating, new stars, while also being eroded by the light from nearby stars that have recently formed. Taken April 1, 1995, it was named one of the top ten photographs from the Hubble by Space.com.[3] The astronomers responsible for the photo were Jeff Hester and Paul Scowen, at the time both of Arizona State University. In 2011, the region was revisited by ESA's Herschel Space Observatory
Pillars of Hercules
two very tall rocks on either side of the Strait of Gibraltar, a narrow area of sea at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. According to ancient Greek stories, the rocks had been moved apart by Hercules, and they showed the limits of the known world. Two promontories at the eastern end of the Strait of Gibraltar. They include the Rock of Gibraltar (at Gibraltar) in Europe and Jebel Musa (at Ceuta) in northern Africa. They are fabled to have been set there by Heracles as a memorial in his labour of seizing the cattle of the three-bodied giant Geryon
Pillars of Hercules
two promontories on opposite sides of the Strait of Gibraltar
Pillars of Islam
Five duties incumbent on every Muslim. The first is the profession of faith in the one God and in Muhammad as his Prophet. The others are prayer five times a day, the giving of alms to the poor, fasting during the month of Ramadan, and the hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca
Pillars of Islam
{i} Five Pillars of Islam, 5 basic tenets of the Islamic faith (they are: belief in Allah and in Muhammad as his prophet, prayer, charity, fasting, making a pilgrimage to Mecca)
pillars of hercules
the two promontories at the eastern end of the Strait of Gibraltar; according to legend they were formed by Hercules
pillars of smoke
long columns of smoke ascending into the air (i.e. from a chimney or factory, etc.)
pillars of society
elements that support society, upstanding people or traditional values that uphold the standards of the society
five pillars
The five basic ritual or devotional duties of Sunni Islam, namely: a declaration of faith in God (shahada); five daily prayers (salat); fasting (saum); almsgiving (zakat); and pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj)
pillar
A large post, often used as supporting architecture
pillar
{n} a column, prop, support, defender
Five Pillars
{i} Five Pillars of Islam, Pillars of Islam, five basic tenets of the Islamic faith (they are: belief in Allah and in Muhammad as his prophet, prayer, charity, fasting, making a pilgrimage to Mecca)
Five Pillars of Islam
{i} Pillars of Islam, five basic tenets of the Islamic faith (they are: belief in Allah and in Muhammad as his prophet, prayer, charity, fasting, making a pilgrimage to Mecca)
Gate of Pillars
one of the entry gates in the walls of the city of Jerusalem
concrete pillars
columns made of concrete
pillar
A bedrock column from roof to floor left by removal of surrounding rock Cave - Parts of Ref JJ
pillar
{i} columna
pillar
a fundamental principle or practice; "science eroded the pillars of superstition" a prominent supporter; "he is a pillar of the community
pillar
'Pillar' means 'a strong vertical support' and is therefore vague Unless one means 'a monumental column or shaft standing alone' as in 'The Pillars of Hercules', it is best to use the alternative: column, post, pier or pilaster
pillar
A pillar is a tall solid structure, which is usually used to support part of a building. the pillars supporting the roof. = column
pillar
a prominent supporter; "he is a pillar of the community
pillar
The rock section between adjacent emplacement drifts
pillar
Slender, upright structure, (usually cylindrical) used to support architectural weight
pillar
A vertical member or column which provides support to a deck
pillar
Similar to but more slender than a pier, also non-circular
pillar
a vertical structure standing alone and not supporting anything (as a monument or a column of air)
pillar
Having a support in the form of a pillar, instead of legs; as, a pillar drill
pillar
{i} column, narrow vertical structure used as a support or for decorative purposes; tombstone, grave marker
pillar
a fundamental principle or practice; "science eroded the pillars of superstition"
pillar
An area of coal left to support the overlying strata in a mine; sometimes left permanently to support surface structures
pillar
up right column of stone, wood, metal, etc used as a support an ornament, a monument, etc
pillar
{f} support, hold up, buttress
pillar
a prominent supporter; "he is a pillar of the community"
pillar
Pillar refers to sector Bureaus that provide leadership and innovation in their respective fields The activities funded by pillar bureaus, however, will continue to have as their prime objective the maximizing of program dollars available to field mission programs Pillar bureaus concentrate on program activities that support missions (Chapters 200-203)
pillar
approval If you describe someone as a pillar of society or as a pillar of the community, you approve of them because they play an important and active part in society or in the community. My father had been a pillar of the community. Relatively slender isolated vertical structural member such as a pier or (usually squat) column. It may be constructed of a single piece of stone or wood or built up of units, such as bricks. A pillar commonly has a load-bearing or stabilizing function, but it may also stand alone, as do commemorative pillars
pillar
A portable ornamental column, formerly carried before a cardinal, as emblematic of his support to the church
pillar
The center of the volta, ring, or manege ground, around which a horse turns
pillar
(architeture) a tall cylindrical vertical upright and used to support a structure
pillar
Figuratively, that which resembles such a pillar in appearance, character, or office; a supporter or mainstay; as, the Pillars of Hercules; a pillar of the state
pillar
If something is the pillar of a system or agreement, it is the most important part of it or what makes it strong and successful. The pillar of her economic policy was keeping tight control over money supply
pillar
The general and popular term for a firm, upright, insulated support for a superstructure; a pier, column, or post; also, a column or shaft not supporting a superstructure, as one erected for a monument or an ornament
pillar
anything tall and thin approximating the shape of a column or tower; "the test tube held a column of white powder"; "a tower of dust rose above the horizon"; "a thin pillar of smoke betrayed their campsite"
pillars

    Türkische aussprache

    pîlırz

    Aussprache

    /ˈpələrz/ /ˈpɪlɜrz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pi-l&r ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English piler, from Old French, from Medieval Latin pilare, from Latin pila.

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