pylon

listen to the pronunciation of pylon
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} sütun
(İnşaat) çelik elektrik direği
çelik çıngı direği
{i} pilon
{i} direk
{i} işaret kulesi
(Tıp) Sun'i bacak
çelik direk
pilo
pylons
dikmesi
engine pylon
motorun bağlandığı yer
lighting pylon
aydınlatma pilonu
Englisch - Englisch
A structure used to mount engines, missiles etc., to the underside of an aircraft wing or fuselage
An obelisk
A tower like structure, usually one of a series, used to support high voltage electricity cables
A gateway to the inner part of an Ancient Egyptian temple
A traffic cone
a post, usually shaped like a pyramid
Any freestanding sign that is not a pole or a ground sign
a short orange marker at each of the end zone’s 4 corners
a large vertical steel tower supporting high-tension power lines; "power pylons are a favorite target for terrorists" a tower for guiding pilots or marking the turning point in a race
{i} tower used to support electrical or other wires; guide tower that serves as a landmark for airplanes; tall structure marking a gate or entrance
A tower, commonly of steelwork, for supporting either end of a wire, as for a telegraph line, over a long span
The monumental entrance of an Egyptian temple or palace
A structure used to mount missiles etc., to the underside of an aircraft wing or fuselage
A rigid member, usually tubular, between the socket or knee unit and the foot that provides a weight-bearing support shaft for an endoskeletal prosthesis
A metal pole used for attaching the rope to the boat
A pylon is a large sloping wall found at the entrance to temples It consists of two massive towers built in a trapezoid shape that flank the portal At Karnak Temple, a series of pylons mark the entrance to numerous temples that were added to this site by a succession of kings
A low tower, having a truncated pyramidal form, and flanking an ancient Egyptian gateway
a large vertical steel tower supporting high-tension power lines; "power pylons are a favorite target for terrorists"
Pylons are very tall metal structures which hold electric cables high above the ground so that electricity can be transmitted over long distances. electricity pylons. (Greek: "gateway") In modern construction, a tower that gives support, such as the steel towers between which electrical wires are strung or the piers of a bridge. Originally, pylons were monumental gateways to ancient Egyptian temples, either a pair of tall truncated pyramids with a doorway between them or a masonry mass pierced by a doorway
An Egyptian gateway to a large building (with or without flanking towers)
a massive structure at the entrance to a temple, serving as a gateway and often carved with images of the king
Greek for "gate", these were huge towers on each side of the entrance to a temple They were often decorated with reliefs of pharaohs or gods
Formerly, a starting derrick (the use of which is now abandoned) for an aëroplane
a tower for guiding pilots or marking the turning point in a race
a short orange marker at each of the end zone's 4 corners
A post, tower, or the like, as on an aërodrome, or flying ground, serving to bound or mark a prescribed course of flight
Any free-standing sign that is not a pole or ground sign
The huge monumental gateway at the entrance to a temple There may be more than one in a temple, as a succession of gates sometimes separated the areas accessible to each class of citizen Pylons usually bear huge reliefs of the gods and the Pharaohs in traditional poses, and often have recesses where flags and huge decorative hangings could be fixed
Massive structure at the entrance of a temple complex
A rigid member, usually tubular, between the socket or knee unit and the foot to provide support
structure that links aircraft to loads, drop-tank, bombs, and engines
A sign, marking the corner of the racing course May be a tripod like structure or a simple pole with an oil drum on top of it
A rigid member, usually tubular, between the socket or knee unit and the foot that provides weight bearing support shaft in an endoskeletal prosthesis This is referred to as a "pole" in a temporary prosthesis Q (back to top) quad socket: The Quad socket has a shelf about one inch wide on the posterior wall of the socket which the Ischial Tuberosity rests on The Quad socket has four clearly defined sides R (back to top) residual limb: The remaining portion of a limb after amputation, also called the "stump"
anchor pylon
Endpoints that utilize horizontal insulators and occur at the endpoints of high-power transmission lines. Such endpoints are necessary when interfacing with other modes of power transmission and, due to the inflexibility of the conductors, when significantly altering the direction of the pylon chain
pylons
plural of pylon
pylon

    Silbentrennung

    py·lon

    Türkische aussprache

    paylän

    Aussprache

    /ˈpīˌlän/ /ˈpaɪˌlɑːn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pI-"län, -l&n ] (noun.) 1850. From Ancient Greek πυλών.

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