prop

listen to the pronunciation of prop
Englisch - Türkisch
desteklemek

Onun başını desteklemek için birkaç yastık getirdi. - He fetched a few cushions to prop up her head.

{f} dayamak
{i} dayanak
{i} destek

1920'de İngiliz astronom Arthur Eddington güneş ve diğer yıldızların nükleer reaksiyonlar tarafından desteklendiğini ileri sürdü. - In 1920, British astronomer Arthur Eddington proposed that the Sun and other stars are powered by nuclear reactions.

Onun başını desteklemek için birkaç yastık getirdi. - He fetched a few cushions to prop up her head.

herek
(Marangozluk) çırak
kiriş
yardımcı
kazık
göğüsleme
{f} destekle

1920'de İngiliz astronom Arthur Eddington güneş ve diğer yıldızların nükleer reaksiyonlar tarafından desteklendiğini ileri sürdü. - In 1920, British astronomer Arthur Eddington proposed that the Sun and other stars are powered by nuclear reactions.

Onun başını desteklemek için birkaç yastık getirdi. - He fetched a few cushions to prop up her head.

{f} destek koymak
{i} atın birdenbire durması
destekleyici şey veya kimse
{i} pervane (uçak)
{i} sahne malzemesi
i., k.dili. (sahne dekorunda kullanılan) eşya, aksesuar
hami olan kimse
prop destekle
dekor/pervane/destek
{i} payanda
i., k.dili. uçak pervanesi
{f} yaslamak
destek yapmak
himaye etmek
{f} (belirli bir vaziyette) tutmak. He propped up her leg with pillows. Bacağını alttan yastıklarla besledi. The houses were
yardımcı kimse
{i} sahne elbisesi
sahne donatı
{i} dayak
tutmak
sırık ile tutmak
pin
uskur
prop up
(bir şeyi) düşmemesi için desteklemek/dayaklamak/payandalamak
prop stay
payanda
prop up
arkalamak
prop up
düşmemesi için desteklemek
prop drawer
direk sökücü
prop jet
jetli pervane sistemi
prop house
Filmlerde kullanılan tüm eşyaların muhafaza edildiği depo
prop shop
pervane shop
prop.
pervane
prop row
(Madencilik) direk dizisi
prop s.t against
bir şeyi -e dayamak/yaslamak
prop shaft drive
pervane şaftı tahriki
prop up
(bir kuruluşu, düzeni, hükümeti) desteklemek, arkalamak
prop up
destek koymak
prop up
yaslamak
prop up
dayamak
prop up temporarily
askıya almak
prop up the bar
(deyim) bar kuşu olmak
prop up the bar
(deyim) sürekli aynı yere takılmak
prop up the bar
(deyim) aynı barın müdavimi olmak
prop word
(Dilbilim) gönderimli sözcük
mine prop
(Madencilik) ocak direği
prop up
desteklemek

Onun başını desteklemek için birkaç yastık getirdi. - He fetched a few cushions to prop up her head.

props
(İnşaat) sıpa
steel prop
çelik direk
tubular prop
boru direk
turbo prop
turbo motor
twin prop
çift pervane
stage prop
sahne pervane
to prop
desteklemek için
adjustable prop
ayarlı destek
expanding prop
(Madencilik) uzatılır direk
folding prop
(Askeri) katlanır pervane
friction prop
(Madencilik) sürtünme direği
frictional prop
sürtünmeli direk
hydraulic prop
hidrolik direk
jet prop
tepkili
pit prop
destek
pit prop
payanda
propping
dayaklama
props
sahne donanımı görevlisi
props
{i} destekler
props
{i} bacaklar
props
sahne donanımı
Englisch - Englisch
The player who is next to the hooker in a scrum
To support or shore up something

Try using a phone book to prop up the table where the foot is missing.

An object placed against or under another, to support it; anything that supports

They stuck a block of wood under it as a prop.

An item placed on a stage or set to create a scene or scenario in which actors perform

They used the trophy as a prop in the movie.

Any object that is thrown and caught
The propeller of an aircraft
A proposition, especially on an election-day ballot
{f} lean against -, place against -; hold up, support
{v} to support, sustain, bear or keep up
{n} a support, that on which a thing rests
Short for proposition player
a support placed beneath or against something to keep it from shaking or falling
propeller
any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play or movie; "before every scene he ran down his checklist of props"
If you prop an object on or against something, you support it by putting something underneath it or by resting it somewhere. He rocked back in the chair and propped his feet on the desk Prop up means the same as prop. Sam slouched back and propped his elbows up on the bench behind him If you have difficulty sitting like this, prop up your back against a wall
{i} support, rest; column, beam that is used as a support; item used during a performance, stage accessory
The props in a play or film are all the objects or pieces of furniture that are used in it. the backdrop and props for a stage show. A theatrical property. A propeller. to support something by leaning it against something, or by putting something else under, next to, or behind it prop sth against/on sth
a propeller that rotates to push against air
To be a prop for a system, institution, or person means to be the main thing that keeps them strong or helps them survive. The army is one of the main props of the government
support by placing against something solid or rigid; "shore and buttress an old building"
Property

Getting a foot on the property ladder is a popular way to describe buying your first home. - A popular way to describe buying your first home in English is to get a foot on the property ladder.

to sustain; to maintain; as, to prop a declining state
on The Palace, a scanned-in image that acts as an avatar for a user
Slang for propeller
Almost anything other than the unicycle(s) being ridden by competitor(s) in a Freestyle performance A unicycle being used for a non-unicycling skill (such as a handstand on it while it's lying down) is a prop at that moment A hat that is dropped and picked up from the floor is a prop A pogo stick or a tricycle (unless ridden on one wheel) is a prop
abbreviation for property and refers to any movable item in a film or theatre set
The proposed land value that was assessed at 50% rather than using the growth factor
To support, or prevent from falling, by placing something under or against; as, to prop up a fence or an old building; Fig
A person hired by the cardroom to work as a shill
That which sustains an incumbent weight; that on which anything rests or leans for support; a support; a stay; as, a prop for a building
A shell, used as a die
Propellant or Propulsion
Short for propeller
A prop is a stick or other object that you use to support something
1 Abr Property, proprietor 2 A propeller 3 adj Describing a propeller driven aircraft
(Property) Theatrical property Anything used by an actor during a production Cigarettes, swords, letters, etc
A hand-carried object small enough to be lost by an actor 30 seconds before it is needed on stage
Slang term for Propeller
An item placed on a stage to create a scene or scenario in which actors perform a play in a theatre or motion picture. Usually the term "props" is reserved for objects with which an actor interacts (e.g. a glass, a book or a weapon). Larger items adding to the scene, (e.g. chairs) are considered part of the set
prop comedian
Alternative form of prop comic
prop comedians
plural form of prop comedian
prop comedy
A style of comedic performance in which common and/or unusual objects are used as physical aids to help achieve a humorous effect

In his zany prop comedy Gallagher would sometimes smash watermelons and splatter the front rows of the audience.

prop comic
A comedian whose performances utilize common and/or unusual objects as physical aids to help achieve a humorous effect

Carrot Top is a well-know prop comic; he often comes on stage with a huge box of odd objects.

prop comics
plural form of prop comic
prop up
To support with, or as if with, a prop
prop up the bar
To spend time drinking alcohol at the bar in a pub
prop wash
Byproduct of thrust produced by a propeller
prop wash
The disturbed mass of air or water pushed aft by the propeller of an aircraft or propeller-driven watercraft
prop-
Used as a combining form to denote the presence of 3 carbon atoms in the parent chain when forming names of organic compounds
Prop Shop
(Finans) A proprietary trading group, especially one where the group's traders trade electronically at a physical facility operated by the group
prop house
A storage area for equipments etc. used during filming
prop each other up
support one another
prop man
theater worker whose job is to provide props as they are needed by the actors on stage
prop root
a root that grows from and supports the stem above the ground in plants such as mangroves
prop root
An adventitious root that arises from the stem, penetrates the soil, and helps support the stem, as in corn. Also called brace root
prop up
support by placing against something solid or rigid; "shore and buttress an old building"
prop up
To prop up something means to support it or help it to survive. Investments in the U.S. money market have propped up the American dollar On the Stock Exchange, aggressive buying propped the market up
prop up
see prop 1
prop up
support, hold up
prop up
support by placing against something solid or rigid; "shore and buttress an old building
prop-
Related to or derived from propionic acid: propane
prop.
{i} suggested plan, proposed scheme, suggested program; statement that can be considered as true or false (Logic); act of proposing, suggestion
pit prop
A wooden beam used as a support within a mine shaft or tunnel
props
plural form of prop
props
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prop
props
"proper respect" or "proper recognition" for another person; an expression of approval or a special acknowledgment; accolade or accolades; praise

I also want to acknowledge state senator Elaine Alquist who is here... I always want to give her her props. -Barack Obama speaking at Google.

theatrical prop
items used in stage plays and similar entertainments to further the action
propped
{a} sustained or held by a prop
to prop
{v} shore
to prop
{v} buttress
- prop·
property: any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play or movie; "before every scene he ran down his checklist of props"
- prop·
1 Abr Property, proprietor 2 A propeller 3 adj Describing a propeller driven aircraft
- prop·
Short for propeller
- prop·
Property
- prop·
a support placed beneath or against something to keep it from shaking or falling
- prop·
Slang term for Propeller
- prop·
The proposed land value that was assessed at 50% rather than using the growth factor
- prop·
Propellant or Propulsion
- prop·
abbreviation for property and refers to any movable item in a film or theatre set
- prop·
prop up: support by placing against something solid or rigid; "shore and buttress an old building"
- prop·
A person hired by the cardroom to work as a shill
- prop·
on The Palace, a scanned-in image that acts as an avatar for a user
- prop·
A hand-carried object small enough to be lost by an actor 30 seconds before it is needed on stage
- prop·
(Property) Theatrical property Anything used by an actor during a production Cigarettes, swords, letters, etc
- prop·
Short for proposition player
- prop·
propeller
- prop·
airplane propeller: a propeller that rotates to push against air
- prop·
Almost anything other than the unicycle(s) being ridden by competitor(s) in a Freestyle performance A unicycle being used for a non-unicycling skill (such as a handstand on it while it's lying down) is a prop at that moment A hat that is dropped and picked up from the floor is a prop A pogo stick or a tricycle (unless ridden on one wheel) is a prop
- prop·
Slang for propeller
A prop
shoar
double-prop
a propeller plane with an engine that drives two propellers in opposite directions (for stability)
propped
past of prop
propping
present participle of prop
props
*****
props
articles and objects used on the stage
props
This is the apparatus and other objects used by a performer
props
A game of chance, in which four sea shells, each called a prop, are used instead of dice
props
"proper respect" or "proper recognition" for another person"
props
(abbreviation of "properties"): Objects, furniture and similar items used on stage either to provide verisimilitude of setting, to help characterize the actors holding or wearing them, or other visual aides to serve practical, symbolic, or demonstrative purposes on the stage
props
proper respect; "I have to give my props to the governor for the way he handled the problem"
props
Objects mainly used in winter to put equipment behind and to change facial expressions
props
proper respect; "I have to give my props to the governor for the way he handled the problem
props
Any objects used by actors in a scene
props
In mining, a round, squared or split timber that supports the roof
props
plural of prop
props
short for 'properties' Anything that is handled by an actor onstage (cigarette, newspaper, picture, etc )
props
{i} items used during a performance, stage accessories
props
third-person singular of prop
props
theatrical properties
props
used when you want to say publicly that someone has done something good props to sb for (doing) sth
single prop
a propeller plane with a single propeller
Türkisch - Englisch
(Gıda) prob
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