roundabout

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Englisch - Türkisch
tek yönlü yuvarlak kavşak
{i} yuvarlak kavşak
dolaşık
ada kavşak
dolambaçlı

Tom dolambaçlı yoldan her şeyi yapar. - Tom does everything in such a roundabout way.

dolaylı
atlıkarınca
Ceket
Yeterli, geniş kapsamlı
Çevreleyen
Atlıkarınca, dönme dolap
(trafik) Ada

Turn right at the roundabout.

{i} dolaylı anlatım
{s} toplu
çepeçevre
i., İng. göbek, göbekli kavşak. s. dolambaçlı
{s} toparlak
göbek/atlıkarınca
{s} tombul
{i} döner kavşak

O bir döner kavşakta arabanın kontrolünü kaybetti ve takla attı. - He lost control with the car in a roundabout and it flipped.

O bir döner kavşakta kontrolü kaybetti ve takla attı. - His car lost control in a roundabout and flipped.

{i} dolambaçlı yol

Tom dolambaçlı yoldan her şeyi yapar. - Tom does everything in such a roundabout way.

dönme dolap
gereksiz kelimeler kullanma
göbek
roundabout way
dolambaçlı yol

Tom dolambaçlı yoldan her şeyi yapar. - Tom does everything in such a roundabout way.

traffic roundabout
dönel kavşak
in a roundabout way
dolambaçlı yoldan
in a roundabout way
dolaylı yoldan, dolaylı olarak
traffic roundabout
dolambaçlı yol
Englisch - Englisch
A short, close-fitting coat or jacket worn by men or boys, especially in the 19th century
A children's play apparatus, often found in parks, which rotates around a central axis when pushed
A fairground carousel
A road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island
Indirect, circuitous or circumlocutionary
A detour
A roundabout is a circular structure in the road at a place where several roads meet. You drive round it until you come to the road that you want
A roundabout in a park or school play area is a circular platform that children sit or stand on. People push the platform to make it spin round
{a} ample, extensive, indirect, loose
A horizontal wheel or frame, commonly with wooden horses, etc
A childrens play apparatus, often found in parks, which rotates around a central axis when pushed
a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island; "the accident blocked all traffic at the rotary"
If you do or say something in a roundabout way, you do not do or say it in a simple, clear, and direct way. We made a bit of a fuss in a roundabout way
(A) A Pict's camp “His desire of his companion a Pict's camp, or Roundabout,”- Sir W Scott: The Antiquary, chap i
A state or scene of constant change, or of recurring labor and vicissitude
deviating from a straight course; "a scenic but devious route"; "a long and circuitous journey by train and boat"; "a roundabout route avoided rush-hour traffic"
{s} indirect, circuitous
A short, close jacket worn by boys, sailors, etc
round about: see round swings and roundabouts: see swing
on which children ride; a merry-go-round
Circuitous; going round; indirect; as, roundabout speech
Where two or more roads meet with an island in the middle
a short close-fitting jacket worn by men and boys especially in the 19th century
A type of junction common in Britain Its main feature is a circular, one way roadway onto which all the roads meeting at the junction terminate Traffic approaching the roundabout gives right of way to traffic already on it It then circulates the roundabout until the road it wishes to exit on In Britain roundabouts are always clockwise, but for right-hand driving the direction must be reversed Contrary to popular belief, roundabouts have higher capacity and better safety records than traffic-light coordinated junctions, because of their self-regulating nature and the impossibility to 'run' one Sometimes called "rotaries" in America See roundabout interchange; magic roundabout; mini-roundabout
{i} merry-go-round (British); indirect road or method, detour; rotary, traffic circle (British); close fitting jacket worn by men and boys during the 19th century
A roundabout at a fair is a large, circular mechanical device with seats, often in the shape of animals or cars, on which children sit and go round and round
marked by obliqueness or indirection in speech or conduct; "the explanation was circuitous and puzzling"; "a roundabout paragraph"; "hear in a roundabout way that her ex-husband was marrying her best friend"
Encircling; enveloping; comprehensive
If you go somewhere by a roundabout route, you do not go there by the shortest and quickest route. He left today on a roundabout route for Jordan and is also due soon in Egypt
A dance performed in a circle
Brit A traffic circle
large mechanical apparatus with seats for children to ride on
British terminology for a carousel English carousels moved in a clockwise direction as opposed to American carousels which ran counterclockwise
(A) A Pict's camp “His desire of his companion a Pict's camp, or Roundabout ”- Sir W Scott: The Antiquary, chap i
roundabout way
round and round, indirect route
in a roundabout way
in an indirect manner, circuitously
mini-roundabout
a white circle painted on the ground where several roads meet. Vehicles must drive round the circle in one direction only
roundabouts
plural of roundabout
roundabout
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