pod

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} balina sürüsü
{i} koza
ayak
fasulye
/vb.kabuğu
kabuğunu soymak
bezelye

İkizler bir zarftaki iki bezelye kadar benzerler. - The twins are as alike as two peas in a pod.

Şu ikizler bezelyedeki iki tane gibi benziyorlar. - Those twins look like two peas in a pod.

(kapalı) bölme
(havacılık) uçak kanadı altında yakıt, tüfek ve makina yerleştirmek için bulunan çıkıntılı bölme
Ayak anlamına önek
bezelye kabuklarını soymak
(makine) burgu oluğu
tohum zarfı husule getirmek
hayvan sürüsü (özellikle fok balığı ve deniz aygırı)
(botanik) bakla, bezelyenin vs. bitkilerin tohum zarfı
{i} ipekböceği kozası
{i} fok sürüsü
{i} karın
(isim) kabuk (bakla vs.), tohum zarfı, koza, ipekböceği kozası, karın, göbek, fok sürüsü, balina sürüsü, kuş sürüsü
{i} tohum zarfı
{i} kabuk (bakla vs.)
{i} kuş sürüsü
{i} göbek
(Askeri) günlük plan; boşaltma limanı; algılama olasılığı (plan of the day; port of debarkation; probability of detection)
(baklagillerde) tohum zarfı
modül/depo/kabuk
bakla ve bezelyenin tohum zarfı
i., bot
uçak kanadı altında yakıt
tüfek ve makina yerleştirmek için bulunan çıkıntılı bölme
{f} kabuklanmak (tohum)
baklamsı meyve
{f} kabuğunu soymak (bakla vb.)
kabuklan/ayıkl
(fiil) kabuklanmak (tohum), kabuğunu soymak (bakla vb.)
ayaklı
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) burgu oluğu
kabuk
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kısır
(Havacılık) muhafaza
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bezelye kabuğu
pod auger
oluklu matkap
pod of
pod
pod bit
oluklu matkap ucu
pod pepper
paprika
bean pod
badıç
seed pod
baklamsı
bean pod
fasulyenin tohum zarfı
two peas in a pod
(deyim) elmanın iki yarısı, tıpa tıp aynısı olmak
bean pod
fasulye tanesinin zarı
engine pod
(Havacılık) motor kabuğu
in pod
hamile
in pod
gebe
podded
baklamsı
podded
{s} kabuklu (yumuşak)
Englisch - Englisch
print on demand
To bear or produce pods
A group of whales, dolphins, porpoises or hippopotami
To remove peas from their case
a seed case for legumes (e.g. peas, beans, peppers)
a small vehicle, especially used in emergency situations
{n} a case of seeds
{v} to fill, swell, pick
{i} payment method in which one pays for merchandise only when the delivery is made
the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)
The large (about 40 cm) fruits of the Cacao Tree containing seeds which are processed into Chocolate Green while growing, the Pods turn yellow, red or even purple when ripe
A school (two or more) of marine mammals such as whales, seals, or porpoises
Especially describes the fruiting body of the Pea family, i e "pea-pod" but applies to any dry dehiscent fruit with more than one seed
take something out of its shell or pod; "pod peas or beans"
a several-seeded dehiscent fruit as e g of a leguminous plant
poy`s, podo`s, foot; as, decapod, an animal having ten feet; phyllopod, an animal having leaflike feet; myriapod, hexapod
The aerodynamic shell attached to the bottom of the racing sled Also acts as the seat for the athlete
a detachable container of fuel on an airplane a group of aquatic mammals a several-seeded dehiscent fruit as e
Proof Of Delivery, or a cargo/package receipt with the signature of receipant This term has been widely used in courier and express industry and also gaining more attention and implementation at air cargo industry
abbreviation for print on demand - publishing a book or books as they are demanded
a group of aquatic mammals
A dehiscent fruit
To swell; to fill; also, to produce pods
Probability Of Detection The chances of finding the search object, given the terrain, critical spacing, and resources, if the object is in that search area
Pocket Oxford Dictionary from the OUP Probably only pocket-sized if you are wearing Oxford bags!
A small herd or "school" or seals or whales
Point of Delivery - normally referred to as the Transmission Administrator POD where the transmission and distribution system connect
Proof of Delivery (A document signed by a consignee at the time of delivery to record the receipt of the goods)
of a leguminous plant the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves) produce pods, of plants take something out of its shell or pod; "pod peas or beans
dry dehiscent capsule, the flamboyant (Delonix regia) fruits are giant pods
The compartments on a bulk truck or sand truck used to carry product to the field, which can be emptied pneumatically
[allegedly from abbreviation POD for `Prince Of Darkness'] n A Diablo 630 (or, latterly, any letter-quality impact printer) From the DEC-10 PODTYPE program used to feed formatted text to it See also {P O D }
One-celled fruit of the Leguminosae family that splits along 2 sides to disperse ripe seeds Loosely, any dry fruit that splits to disperse seed
of Angiospermous
A term used to describe the amount of time since a surgery was done For example, "postop day number one" is the first day after a surgery
Plain Old Data A C-style type: a fundamental type, enumerated type, a pointer to a POD type, or an array of POD types A class, structure, or union can be a POD type if its non-static data members all have POD types See Chapter 6
Generally, a dry fruit that splits open
A bag; a pouch
A pod is a seed container that grows on plants such as peas or beans. fresh peas in the pod. hot red pepper pods. A school of marine mammals, such as seals, whales, or dolphins. See Synonyms at flock
a dry fruit, consisting of a long, two-valved case encasing the seeds, especially of the pea family
A combining form or suffix from Gr
An aerodynamically shaped shell that hangs from the bridges It serves as the athlete's seat
A capsule of plant, especially a legume; a dry dehiscent fruit
An enclosure, housing, or detachable container of some kind, as an engine pod
{i} seed pouch, seed case produce by some plants; fuel container in an airplane
Precise Orbit Determination -- The precise location and velocity of the satellite at a given time can be deduced after the fact from GPS measurements made by the satellite and by ground-based IGS stations
A considerable number of animals closely clustered together; said of seals
a detachable container of fuel on an airplane
Print on demand (POD) is the process of storing a book in digital format, then printing and binding that book only when it is ordered by a customer
{i} herd of whales; group of birds
{f} carry a pack, wear a rucksack, carry a backpack
{f} flock together, herd together (animals)
produce pods, of plants
pod people
plural form of pod person
pod person
A conformist person, especially one who lacks personality or originality

I'm not stalking you, she said, with all the sincerity of a pod person in The Body Snatchers.

pod slurping
The illicit copying of data from an unattended personal computer by plugging in a portable storage device
-pod
related to or resembling a foot or similar limb
escape pod
Any small, secondary, emergency-use vehicle used to evacuate from the main vehicle during times of danger. Usually refers to a small pod-like capsule that fits a low number of people. Escape pods are common in science-fiction literature, and often are attached to spaceships, although marine varieties have been spotted
like two peas in a pod
very similar; a couple made for each other
pea pod
The pod of the pea plant, that holds the seeds (the peas) until they ripen
pea pod
The pod and its contents as a vegetable; the mangetout
A pod
shell
as like as two peas in a pod
very similar, like birds of a feather, spitting image, identical
bean pod
bean pouch produced by the legume family
edible-pod pea
a variety of pea plant producing peas having soft thick edible pods lacking the fibrous inner lining of the common pea
like two peas in a pod
like identical twins, like two things that are very similar
pea pod
husk of a pea; edible in some garden peas
podded
Having pods
pods
plural of pod
Türkisch - Englisch
pod of
pod
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