pruning

listen to the pronunciation of pruning
Englisch - Türkisch
budama
{f} buda

Tom'a ağaçları budadığımı söyle. - Tell Tom that I'm pruning the trees.

Ona ağaçları budadığımı söyle. - Tell her that I am pruning the trees.

(isim) budama
prune
budamak
pruning shears
bahçıvan makası
pruning knife
budama bıçağı
pruning saw
budama testeresi
pruning shears
budama makası
pruning hook
budama bıçkısı
pruning shears
bahçe makası
prune
kuru erik rengi
prune
koyu mor renk
prune
azaltmak
prune
fazla kısımları atmak
prune
(Gıda) erik kurusu
artificial pruning
suni budama
leaf pruning
yaprakların dökülmesi
prune
kuru erik

Hangisini tercih edersin, kuru üzüm, kuru erik veya hurma mı​​? - Which do you prefer, raisins, prunes or dates?

prune
{f} buda

Gülleri budaman gerekiyor. - You need to prune the roses.

Bu ağacı budayamam. Çok yüksek. - I cannot prune this tree. It's too high.

prune
çir
prune
buda(mak)
scissors for pruning trees
budama ağaçlar için makas
top pruning
tepe budamasi
natural pruning
doğal budanma
prune
wild prune dağ eriği
prune
{i} kurutulmuş/kuru erik
prune
{f} istisna etmek
prune
{f} kesmek
prune
fazla kısımları kesip atmak
prune
budala kimse
prune
{f} muaf tutmak
prune
{i} ahmak
prune
{f} kısaltmak
prune
budala
summer pruning
(Tarım) yaz budaması
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of prune
A removal of excess material from a tree or shrub
A method of enumeration that allows to cut parts of a decision tree
Something obtained by pruning, as a twig
the act of trimming a plant
v To use one's bike or helmet to remove leaves and branches from the surrounding flora Usually unintentional
The act of cutting off various parts of grape wines, usually in winter when the vines are dormant Pruning develops the shapes of wines when they are young and controls the growth, fruit quantity (and therefore, quality) of producing wines
Eliminating lower level splits or entire sub-trees in a decision tree This term is also used to describe algorithms that adjust the topology of a neural net by removing (i e , pruning) hidden nodes
The act of trimming, or removing what is superfluous
The manual removal of the lower branches of crop trees, to a predetermined height to produce clear, knot-free wood
The cutting and removing of a plant’s twigs or buds to improve or maintain its health or direct its growth
{i} cutting, chopping off; trimming branches from a tree; reducing, lessening
Removal of live or dead branches from standing trees-usually the lower branches of young trees and of multiple leaders or shoots in plantation trees- for the improvement of the tree or its timber Cutting away of superfluous growth, including roots, from any plant to improve its development
the manual removal, close to or flush with the stem, of side branches, live or dead, and of multiple leaders from standing, generally plantation-grown trees Pruning is carried out to improve the market value of the final wood product by producing knot-free wood for the improvement of the tree or its timber
The removal of branches from a tree stem, usually from the bottom up, in order to improve wood quality or reduce the chance of fire moving into the tree crown
Removing live or dead branches from standing trees to improve wood quality
The practice of cutting or pinching back the shoots, leaves and stems of a tree or shrub to control the growth rate and shape of the plant
something that has been pruned off of a plant
the selective elimination or "weeding out" of synapses
The manual removal of the lower branches of crop trees to a predetermined height to produce clear, knot-free wood
Cutting a shrub or tree to improve its shape
Making small cuts with a pruning tool to remove damaged and dead branches Pruning controls the size and shape of plants as they grow, spurs the production of fruits and flowers and eliminates dead or infected parts of plants
the elimination of excess synapses or connections that creates a more powerful and efficient system of connections or pathways; pruning also allows the remaining synapses to function at a higher level
A process that removes unavailable printers from Active Directory listing An orphan pruner program running on the domain controller periodically checks for orphaned printers, that is, printers that are offline or powered down, and deletes the printer objects of the printers it cannot find
That which is cast off by bird in pruning her feathers; leavings
Cutting back the vegetative part of the vine after it has become dormant Pruning affects the size and quality of the next year's crop
Removing live or dead branches from standing trees
Removal of live or dead branches from standing trees-usually the lower branches of young trees and of multiple leaders or shoots in plantation trees for the improvement of the tree or its timber Cutting away of superfluous growth, including roots, from any plant to improve its development
A base activity of pruning in an ATU
The removal of live or dead branches from standing trees With forest trees, pruning is generally done along the trunk to remove the side branches (which cause knots in the wood) to produce a higher quality wood (knot-free)
the act of trimming a plant something that has been pruned off of a plant
pruning shears
A tool consisting of two blades with bevel edges, connected by a pivot, used for gardening
pruning hook
long handled tool used for trimming trees and tall bushes
pruning knife
a knife with a curved or hooked blade
pruning saw
a handsaw used for pruning trees
pruning shears
shears with strong blades used for light pruning of woody plants
pruning-shears
large scissor-like tools used to cut branches
alpha-beta pruning
An algorithm for pruning a search tree by eliminating any branch that is demonstrably inferior to a branch previously encountered
prune
An old woman, especially a wrinkly one
prune
To remove excess material from a tree or shrub; to trim, especially to make more healthy or productive

A good grape grower will prune his vines once a year.

prune
A plum
summer pruning
The practice of pruning plants during the growing season
prune
{v} to lop, dress, trim
prune
a dried plum, used in cookery; as, French or Turkish prunes; California prunes
prune
dried plum
prune
To lop or cut off, as the superfluous branches of trees
prune
When you prune a tree or bush, you cut off some of the branches so that it will grow better the next year. You have to prune a bush if you want fruit There is no best way to prune. Prune back means the same as prune. Apples, pears and cherries can be pruned back when they've lost their leaves
prune
To eliminate a node from further consideration during culling
prune
If you prune something, you cut out all the parts that you do not need. Firms are cutting investment and pruning their product ranges. Prune back means the same as prune. The company has pruned back its workforce by 20,000 since 1989. a dried plum, often cooked before it is eaten
prune
To cut down or shorten (by the removal of unnecessary material); as, to prune a budget
prune
a dried plum
prune
The dried, wrinkled fruit of certain species of plum
prune
A plum; esp
prune
To lop or cut off the superfluous parts, branches, or shoots of; to clear of useless material; to shape or smooth by trimming; to trim: as, to prune trees; to prune an essay
prune
A prune is a dried plum
prune
To preen; to prepare; to dress
prune
A dried plum Traced back to Roman times, the prune is popular for its ability to store well Commercial dehydration has replaced sun-drying as the method of producing plums
prune
To dress; to prink; - used humorously or in contempt
prune
To cut or lop superfluous branches etc in order to induce regular growth
prune
cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of; "dress the plants in the garden"
prune
{f} cut, chop off; trim tree branches (or shrubs, etc.); reduce, lessen; remove, take away, rid
prune
{i} dried plum; foolish person, unpopular person (Slang)
prune
Remove unnecessary or unused branches from a multicast router (mrouter) network when no sites on those branches are part of a multipoint call
prune
The dried plum
prune
weed out unwanted or unnecessary things; "We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet"
prune
A old woman, especially a wrinkly one
prune
To cut off or cut out, as useless parts
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von pruning im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

budama makası pruning shears, Brit
secateurs
pruning

    Silbentrennung

    prun·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    prunîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈpro͞onəɴɢ/ /ˈpruːnɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    (verb.) 15th century. Middle English prouynen, from Middle French proignier, probably alteration of provigner to layer, from provain layer, from Latin propagin-, propago, from pro- forward + pangere to fix; more at PRO-, PACT.

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