rip

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Englisch - Türkisch
sökük
sökmek
{f} yırtılmak
şaşkın
dikiş

Kot pantolonumun dikişleri yırtıldı. - My jeans ripped at the seams.

anafor
parçalamak
girdap
{f} kes
yarmak
yırtık
yarık
sökülmek
yırtmak
Rest İn Peace. = Huzur içinde yat
(Bilgisayar) Yasal olan müzik, video gibi içeriği bilgisayar ortamında yasadışı olarak kullanılıp, dağıtılabilir hale getirmek
rahat uyu (olmuşun ruhuna)

rest in peace.

{i} uçarı
{f} dikişleri açılmak
değersiz şey
{f} olanca gücüyle koşmak
{f} yarılmak
{i} değersiz tip
{f} vın diye geçmek
çekip dikişlerini sökmek
balon
Allah rahmet eylesin
dikiş söküğü

Karton kutular kolayca yırtılırlar. - Cardboard boxes rip easily.

Tom mektubu yırtarak açtı. - Tom ripped up the letter.

rip cord paraşütü açan kollu ip
hızla ilerlemek veya koşmak
{i} hovarda
{f} koparmak
{i} çapkın
keresteyi boyuna kesmek
{f} hızla geçip gitmek
{i} beş para etmez tip
kesmek
söküp
rip off
kazık atmak
rip off
kazıklamak
rip off
sökmek
rip off
(deyim) rip someone off (kd) dolandırmak,fahiş fiyat istemek. a rip-off dolandırıcılık
rip s.o. off
{k} birine kazık atmak, birinden fazla para almak
rip apart
(Dilbilim) parçalamak
rip apart
(Dilbilim) parçalara ayırmak
rip current
(Denizbilim) sualtı akıntısı
rip off
para çalmak
rip off
eşya çalmak
rip off
çarpmak
rip off
yolmak
rip saw
bıçkı
rip snorter
(Argo) mükemmel
rip up
paralamak
rip up
parçalamak
rip into
canına okumak
rip off
yürütmek
rip off
araklamak
rip off
soy
rip saw
dilme testeresi
rip saw
zıvana testeresi
rip up
parça parça etmek
rip up
yırtmak
rip up
yırt

Bu kağıt parçasını yırtacağım. - I'm going to rip up this piece of paper.

rip apart
Paramparça etmek, parçalamak
rip off
-i soymak
rip off
-i dolandırmak
rip off
-i çalmak, -i yürütmek
rip off
Birşeyin alenen sahtesini/taklitini yapmak
rip off
Hızlı ve kolay bir şekilde yapıvermek: "ripped off 10 straight points"
rip off
Dolandırılma, dolandırma; çalma
rip out
savurmak (küfür)
rip out
Küfür savurmak
rip saw
biçki, zıvana testeresi, dilme testeresi
rip through something
altını üstüne getirmek
rip-of
rip-in
rip-off
-i dolandırmak
rip-off
-i soymak
rip-off
-i çalmak, -i yürütmek
rip along
(Fiili Deyim ) olanca hızıyla gitmek , koşmak yada koşturmak
rip along
olanca gücüyle koşmak
rip along
tüm hızıyla koşmak
rip cord
(Havacılık) paraşüt açma kordonu
rip cord
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT AÇMA İPİ: Bir paraşüt bohçasından kurtaran ip. Paraşütcü, paraşütün açılmasını istediği zaman bu ipi çeker
rip cord
paraşütü açan ip
rip current breakwater
(Çevre) anafor mendireği
rip feeder current
(Askeri) besleyici yarık akıntısı
rip for ipx
(Bilgisayar) ipx için rıp
rip head
(Askeri) yarık başı
rip into
atılmak
rip into someone
(deyim) birinin canına okumak
rip listener
(Bilgisayar) rıp dinleyicisi
rip off
koparmak
rip off
yağma etmek
rip off
soymak
rip open
yırtarak açmak
rip open
dikişlerini sökmek
rip open
yararak açmak
rip open
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- yırtıp açmak 2- karnını yarmak 3- dikişlerini sökmek
rip panel
(Askeri) GAZ TAHLİYE DİLİMİ, GAZ BOŞALTMA DİLİMİ: Bir balon veya kabili sevk balon zarfının üst tarafında bulunan ve balonun çok çabuk sönmesi istendiği zaman yırtılan kumaş parçası
rip panel
(Askeri) gaz tahliye dilimi
rip panel
(Askeri) gaz boşaltma dilimi
rip roaring
yeri göğü inleten
rip roaring
gülmekten çatlayan
rip routing
(Bilgisayar) rıp yönlendirmesi
rip s.t. off
(iplikle dikilmiş) bir şeyi çekip koparmak/söküp atmak
rip s.t. off
k.dili. bir şeyi aşırmak/yürütmek/çalmak
rip s.t. open
bir şeyi yırtarak açmak
rip s.t. up
bir şeyi yırtmak
rip something open
bir şeyi yırtarak açmak
rip something up
bir şeyi yırtmak
rip stitch
(Tekstil) ribana dikişi
rip up
dikişlerini sökmek
rip up
yırtarak açmak
rip up
karnını yarmak
rip#up
yirt
ripped
yırtılan
ripped
sökülmüş
ripped
yırtılmış
rip off
sömürme
ripped
yırtık
ripped
parçalanmış
ripped
hasarlı
ripping
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) ripleme
ripping
mükemmel
ripping
(İnşaat) zemini yarıp gevşetme
tongue single rip method
(Tekstil) dil tek yırtmalı yöntemi
ripping
âlâ
ripping
yırtan
ripping
kesen
ripping
nefis
tide rip
girdap
a rip off
Bir koparmak
half rip saw
ince dişli boy testeresi
ripped
Yapılı (kas)

You must do different types of exercises to get your muscles ripped.

ripping
(Bilgisayar) Yasal olan müzik, video gibi içeriği bilgisayar ortamında yasadışı olarak kullanılıp, dağıtılabilir hale getirme işlemi
swipe, rip off
tokatlamak, koparmak
to rip off
koparmak için
to rip out
savurmak için
let something rip
(deyim) işi oluruna bırakmak
old rip
ihtiyar zampara
old rip
ihtiyar çapkın
rip off
hırsızlık
rip off
soygun
ripping
a rip ping good time çok güzel vakit
ripping
harika
ripping
sökme
ripping
{s} müthiş
ripping
ing
ripping
yaran
ripping
çok güzel
silent rip
(Bilgisayar) sessiz rıp
Englisch - Englisch
A "hit" of marijuana
To steal; to rip off

opensource is a double-edged sword. while you have a chance of people using and improving on the code, you will also have the chance of lamers ripping it.

To take a "hit" of marijuana
(woodworking) To cut wood along (parallel to) the grain. Contrast crosscut
To fart
To mock
A comical, embarrassing, or hypocritical event or action
A tear (in paper, etc)
To cause something, usually paper, to rapidly become two parts
A type of tide or current

Australian A strong outflow of surface water, away from the shore, that returns water from incoming waves.

To copy data from optical disks such as CDs and DVDs to a hard drive, portable device, etc
{v} to tear up, cut up or asunder, disclose
A wicker fish basket
v t : To divide or separate the parts of a graphic (usually Photoshop) web template design file into graphics to be placed in html tables for display over the Internet Usually used because the word is far more interesting than the actual activity The act of ripping includes cutting the original source file into small image files, compressing those image files for optimal web performance and placing them in html tables to recreate the original intended design presentation Example: Seamus just finished ripping the Walgreen's design templates
If something rips into someone or something or rips through them, it enters that person or thing so quickly and forcefully that it often goes completely through them. A volley of bullets ripped into the facing wall = tear
To divide or separate the parts of, by cutting or tearing; to tear or cut open or off; to tear off or out by violence; as, to rip a garment by cutting the stitches; to rip off the skin of a beast; to rip up a floor; commonly used with up, open, off
(Routing Information Protocol) (n ) An IGP with Berkeley UNIX®
Routing Information Protocol
To saw (wood) lengthwise of the grain or fiber
by a seam giving way; a tear; a place torn; laceration
If you rip something away, you remove it quickly and forcefully. He ripped away a wire that led to the alarm button He ripped the phone from her hand. = tear
Raster Image Processor A device that converts the description of a page from high-level PDL coding to low-level scanning instructions for an imagesetter
cut (wood) along the grain move precipitously or violently; "The tornado ripped along the coast
When something rips or when you rip it, you tear it forcefully with your hands or with a tool such as a knife. I felt the banner rip as we were pushed in opposite directions I tried not to rip the paper as I unwrapped it. = tear
A body of water made rough by the meeting of opposing tides or currents
A distance vector-based protocol that provides a measure of distance, or hops, from a transmitting workstation to a receiving workstation
Raster Image Processor A computer/device used for convert the image to the printers format
(raster image processor) A computer output device that is combined with a printer The RIP produces an image layout which is sent to the printer or imagesetter
Routing Information Protocol Allows a router to exchange routing information with other gateways and hosts RIP versions
A rent made by ripping, esp
Routing Information Protocol A path selection algorithm used in LAN/WAN routers
(Raster image processor) Part of an output device that rasterizes information so that it may be imaged onto film or paper
an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
A term applied to a mean, worthless thing or person, as to a scamp, a debauchee, or a prostitute, or a worn-out horse
a dissolute man in fashionable society
Raster Image Processor The hardware/software which converts data which has been stored in a computer into a series of lines of tiny dots which are output on film or photographic paper In line work, the dots can be grouped to create solid areas
a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
cut (wood) along the grain
Agitation of water caused by the meeting of currents or by a rapid current setting over an irregular bottom Termed tide rip when a tidal current is involved See over falls
A piece of hardware or software that converts object-oriented graphics and fonts into the bit maps required for output on a printer
Routing Information Protocol An Interior Gateway Protocol(IGP) supplied with Berkeley UNIX
Routing Information Protocol is a popular interior gateway protocol that classifies routers as active and passive
the act of rending or ripping or splitting something; "he gave the envelope a vigorous rip"
criticize or abuse strongly and violently; "The candidate ripped into his opponent mercilessly"
If you let something rip, you do it as quickly or as forcefully as possible. You can say `let it rip' or `let her rip' to someone when you want them to make a vehicle go as fast as it possibly can. The ecological disaster is partly a product of letting everything rip in order to increase production. requiescat in pace (may he rest in peace; may she rest in peace). the abbreviation of Rest in Peace , written on a gravestone. a long tear or cut
To get by, or as by, cutting or tearing
Router Information Protocol, a standard mechanism for exchanging routes (paths) between routers, this protocol is slowly being replaced by OSPF RIP is specified in RFC 1058
Routing Information Protocol IGP supplied with UNIX BSD systems The most common IGP in the Internet RIP uses hop count as a routing metric See also hop count, IGP, and OSPF See also Enhanced IGRP and IGRP
A rip is a long cut or split in something made of cloth or paper. Looking at the rip in her new dress, she flew into a rage. = tear
move precipitously or violently; "The tornado ripped along the coast"
tear or be torn violently; "The curtain ripped from top to bottom"; "pull the cooked chicken into strips"
Routing Information Protocol A distance vector routing protocol for IP
Converts postscript files to raster (bitmap) images for printing on output devices
To cut wood along (parallel to) the grain. Contrast cross-cut
To copy data from optical disks such as cds and dvds to a hard drive
A tear in paper etc
Rasterized Image Processor A PostScript interpreter that plots images onto output devices such as imagesetters and platesetters
Routing Information protocol RIP packets, along with SAP packets, allow the server to broadcast its known routes and services to the network and obtain this information from other routers on the network
See: Routing Information Protocol [RFC 1983]
Routing Information Protocol Routing information protocol teaches routers on a wide area network which routers have access to which addresses This information is kept in a routing table on each router As routers communicate with each other, they all update their routing tables to include each others' routing table information In a large network environment, this exchange of information can keep the network connections up unnecessarily, and can result in very large routing tables on each router You can apply a call filter to ignore RIP updates You can also control how route information is propagated
{i} tear, rent, opening caused by ripping; area of water with a strong or turbulent current; ripoff, cheat, instance of deception
Routing Information Protocol A simple routing protocol that is part of the TCP/IP protocol suite It determines a route based on the smallest hop count between source and destination RIP is a distance vector protocol that routinely broadcasts routing information to its neighboring routers and is known to waste bandwidth
If you let rip, you do something forcefully and without trying to control yourself. Turn the guitars up full and let rip
a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current
vb To convert audio data from a compact disc into a WAV file or other digital format, typically in preparation for further encoding as an MP3 file See also MP3
{f} tear, rend; be torn, be rent; criticize sharply, denounce
To tear up for search or disclosure, or for alteration; to search to the bottom; to discover; to disclose; usually with up
rip box
A high end computer used for "ripping" (decoding) DVDs and converting them into various formats, using ripping and encoding software
rip boxes
plural form of rip box
rip current
A strong flow of surface water, away from the shore, that returns water from incoming waves
rip into
To attack or criticise
rip off
To pull off by ripping
rip off
to steal, cheat or swindle
rip off
to copy, especially illegally

They ripped off the whole idea from their competitors.

rip off
to charge an exorbitant or unfair rate

I can't believe how the car dealerships try to rip off their customers.

rip on
to mock, ridicule
rip saws
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rip saw. Alternative spelling of ripsaws
rip saws
plural form of rip saw Alternative spelling of ripsaws
rip the piss
to ridicule or mock severely
rip tide
An alternative spelling of riptide
rip to shreds
to severely devalue, to refute
rip to shreds
to rip up, so that only shreds remain
rip up
To destroy by ripping
rip up
To move quickly or violently

rip up the dancefloor.

rip-off
A theft or robbery
rip-off
A scam
rip-off
A bad deal; an unfair price or rate
rip-off
A copy, especially one that is illegal or inferior
rip-roaring
Exciting, energetic, enthusiastic, with gusto

It was a rip-roaring, bar wide, fight, until the cops broke it up.

rip off
To steal
rip apart
Tear or pull something to pieces. "He was ripped apart by savage beasts in the forest."
rip apart
Rip to shreds, tear apart, pull to pieces
rip off
Perform, achieve, or score quickly or easily: "ripped off 10 straight points"
rip off
Copy or imitate blatantly or unscrupulously
rip off
Steal
rip off
Cheat, defraud
Rip van Winkle
the main character in a story by Washington Irving, who sleeps for 20 years and finds that the world has changed a lot when he wakes up. Rip Van winkle. Rip Van Winkle
rip off
s to cheat; to steal; to take advantage of; to charge too much Someone ripped my motorcycle off when I was at work
rip off
From a 2 x 2 Leaders do a Beaus Run, Belles Zoom as Trailers do a Beaus Walk, Belles Dodge Ends in a 2 x 2
rip off
deprive somebody of something by deceit; "The con-man beat me out of $50"; "This salesman ripped us off!"; "we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme"; "They chiseled me out of my money"
rip off
To steal
rip apart
rip into pieces
rip cord
A cord by which the gas bag of a balloon may be ripped open for a limited distance to release the gas quickly and so cause immediate descent
rip current
A strong seaward flowing current, that forms part of the horizontal nearshore circulation and can be considered as the return movement of water moved onshore by incoming waves and wind
rip current
A strong water-surface current of short duration flowing seaward from the shore; the return movement of water piled up on the shore by incoming waves and wind It usually appears as a visible band of agitated water; and, with the outward movement concentrated in a limited band, its velocity is increased A rip current is often miscalled a "rip tide" To swimmers, the phenomenon is known as "undertow"
rip current
A narrow intense current setting seaward through the surf zone It removes the excess water brought to the zone by the small net mass transport of waves It is fed by long shore currents Rip currents usually occur at points, groins, jetties, etc , of irregular beaches, and at regular intervals along straight, uninterrupted beaches
rip current
A strong, narrow surface current that flows rapidly away from the shore, returning the water carried landward by waves. Also called rip tide, tiderip. or riptide Narrow, jetlike stream of water that flows sporadically seaward for several minutes, in a direction perpendicular to a beach. The term riptide is a misnomer because the currents are in no way related to tides. Rip currents form at long coasts that are approached by wave trains that are nearly parallel to the shoreline. In shallow water, normal wave motion displaces the water small distances shoreward with each passing wave. During periods of large waves, water builds up at the beach and cannot escape as longshore currents, which require oblique wave approach. The buildup continues until water can escape by surging for several minutes through a low point in a breaker, creating an undertow that can be dangerous for swimmers
rip current
A strong surface current of short duration flowing seaward from the SHORE It usually appears as a visible band of agitated water and is the return movement of water piled up on the SHORE by incoming WAVES and wind A rip current consists of three parts: the FEEDER CURRENT flowing parallel to the shore inside the BREAKERS; the NECK, where the FEEDER CURRENTS converge and flow through the breakers in a narrow band or "rip"; and the HEAD, where the current widens and slackens outside the breaker line See Figure 7
rip current
A strong, rapid, and brief current that flows out to sea, moving perpendicular to the shoreline
rip current
A current formed on the surface of a body of water by the convergence of currents flowing in opposite directions Rip currents are common along coasts where longshore currents move in opposite directions
rip current
A narrow seaward return flow caused by waves breaking in the surf zone and piling up water against the coast This establishes a hydraulic head which, combined with bathymetric irregularities along the coast, causes the narrow seaward flow See Komar (1976)
rip current
a strong surface current flowing outwards from a shore
rip current
It is formed by a strong surface water movement, or current, of a short duration that flows seaward from the shore The return flow is piled up onshore by the incoming waves and wind It is localized, of narrow width, and its position relative to the beach can change as the wave condition changes Therefore, the higher the waves, the stronger the current
rip entry
An entry in diving in which there is little splash
rip into
attack severely, make a major attack
rip off
deprive somebody of something by deceit; "The con-man beat me out of $50"; "This salesman ripped us off!"; "we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme"; "They chiseled me out of my money"
rip off
theft, cheat, swindle, defraudment
rip off
If someone rips you off, they cheat you by charging you too much money for something or by selling you something that is broken or damaged. The Consumer Federation claims banks are ripping you off by not passing along savings on interest rates The airlines have been accused of ripping off customers. see also rip-off
rip off
From a 2 x 2 Leaders do a Beaus Run, Belles Zoom as Trailers do a Beaus Walk, Belles Dodge Ends in a 2 x 2
rip off
s to cheat; to steal; to take advantage of; to charge too much Someone ripped my motorcycle off when I was at work
rip out
burst out with a violent or profane utterance; "ripped out a vicious oath"; "ripped out with an oath
rip out
shout, scream, yell
rip out a gravestone
dig up a tombstone, remove a grave marker from the earth
rip up
tear into shreds
rip up
If you rip something up, you tear it into small pieces. If we wrote I think he would rip up the letter She took every photograph of me that was in our house and ripped it up. = tear up
rip van winkle
a person who sleeps a lot a person oblivious to social changes
rip-off
the act of stealing
rip-off
If you say that something is a rip-off of something else, you mean that it is a copy of that thing and has no original features of its own. In a rip-off of the hit movie Green Card, Billy marries one of his students so he can stay in the country
rip-off
If you say that something that you bought was a rip-off, you mean that you were charged too much money or that it was of very poor quality. If he thinks £5.40 a day for parking at Luton Airport is a rip-off, he should try Heathrow
rip-rap
n - An assemblage of stones along the banks of a river or stream used to straighten or contain the flow of water
rip-rap
Large stones which are arranged over loose soil to protect it from erosion
rip-rap
A combination of large stone, cobbles and boulders used to line channels, stabilize banks, reduce runoff velocities or filter out sediment
rip-rap
A placement of stone, rock, or similar material that is placed on an embankment slope in order to prevent or arrest erosion
rip-rap
clean limestone or native rock that is 8" to 12" in diameter or larger
rip-rap
gabions, stones, blocks of concrete or other protective covering material of like nature deposited upon river and stream beds and banks, lake, tidal or other shores to prevent erosion and scour by water flow, wave or other movement
rip-rap
A loose foundation or an arrangement of broken stone in water or soft terrain used to help prevent erosion The material used for this is known as rap or rapping
rip-rap
Wide-graded quarry stone normally used as a protective layer to prevent erosion
rip-roaring
If you describe something as rip-roaring, you mean that it is very exciting and full of energy. a rip-roaring movie with a great array of special effects. exciting and full of energy
rip-roaring
rackety: uncontrollably noisy
Big Rip
One hypothetical end of the universe in which it expands at an increasing rate until all matter is torn apart
let her rip
To set off or allow to begin

Once we have the tank full we will back away and you can let her rip.

let one rip
To fart
let rip
To get angry

She let rip about Mary's flirting with Lizzie's boyfriend.

ripped
In blogging, copied or stolen usu. from an identified source
ripped
: Having extremely low body fat content so that the shape of the underlying muscles become pronounced. Said especially of well-defined abdominal muscles

That's the premise of the overload principle, and it must be applied, even to ab training, if you're going to develop a cut, ripped midsection.

ripped
Pulled away from forcefully
ripped
Simple past tense and past participle of rip
ripping
Present participle of rip
tide rip
A body of water made rough by the conflict of opposing tides or currents
ripped
1. Having an extremely defined physique; toned: ripped, bulging muscles.2. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug
let things rip
allow matters to get out of control
ripped
Slang meaning extreme muscularity
ripped
torn, either partly or into separate pieces
ripped
A term that means a body has clearly visible muscles and very little fat
ripped
This is when you've achieved a very low level of body fat All professional bodybuilders get ripped prior to a competition
ripped
Having extremely low body fat content so that the shape of the underlying muscles become pronounced. Said especially of well-defined abdominal muscles
ripped
In data storage, transferred to a hard disk from another portable media form
ripping
Using software to extract raw audio data from a music CD
ripping
A term for dividing work into Pieces It usually refers to sawing sheet or plate material into strips
ripping
"Ripping" is the common term applied to taking an audio track (from say a CD) and converting it to mp3 format Back
ripping
Cutting a board or piece of plywood the long way and following the grain Often times a table saw is used for this purpose, a skill saw will do an adequate job
ripping
That rips, or can be removed by ripping
ripping
resembling a sound of violent tearing as of something ripped apart or lightning splitting a tree; "the tree split with a great ripping sound"; "heard a rending roar as the crowd surged forward"
ripping
The act of processing a PostScript file on a RIP See also RIP
ripping
The process of breaking up or loosening compacted soil to assure better penetration of roots of young tree seedlings
ripping
A slang term used to describe the process of converting musical selections from a Compact Disc into MP-3 formatted or other digital file for storage as a file on the hard drive or on a digital media card
ripping
Sawing a board in a direction paralleling the grain
ripping
{s} excellent, great, fine (Slang)
ripping
excellent
ripping
also called digital audio extraction, this is the process of taking CD audio and recording it to a computer in any file format When the transfer is from CD to MP3, the process is both ripping and encoding
rips
third person singular of rip
rips
plural of rip
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von rip im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

rip öğrenilmiş yönler
rip-learnt routes
rips
(Teknik,Tekstil) rep
rips
(Teknik,Tekstil) repp
rips
(Teknik,Tekstil) reps
rips
rep, reps, repp
rip
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