Kabuklu deniz hayvanlarını sevmiyorum. - I don't like shellfish.
Ben et, kabuklu deniz ürünleri, kümes hayvanları ya da et suyu yemem. - I don't eat meat, shellfish, poultry or gravy.
(isim) dış kaplama (gemi, uçak), kabuk, kabuk (midye vb.), deniz kabuğu, kaplumbağa kabuğu, yumurta kabuğu, yapı iskeleti, kovan, dış görünüş, yarış kayığı, bomba, top mermisi, fişek, havai fişek roketi, sıvası yapılmamış bina
(Askeri) MERMİ PARALAYAN İZ MADDESİ: Bir hava savunma mermisinde, infilak maddesi ile iz unsuru arasına yerleştirilmiş tutuşturma maddesi. Bu maddenin vazifesi; mermi hedef noktasını geçtikten sonra, fakat henüz kasadaki birliklere zarar vermeyecek bir yükseklikte iken, infilak maddesinin, iz unsuru tarafından faaliyete geçirilmesine imkan vermektir
(Askeri) MERMİ PARÇALARI: Bir merminin patlayıp parçalanması üzerine, etrafa saçılan, keskin kenarlı parçalar. Mermi havada patladığı zaman, fazla parça hasıl edecek şekilde, oyuk yapılmış olan tahrip daneleri şarapnelin yerini alır
The body of a drum; the often wooden, often cylindrical acoustic chamber, with or without rims added for tuning and for attaching the drum head
An operating system software user interface, whose primary purpose is to launch other programs and control their interactions ; the user commands interpreter program
The name Bash is an acronym which stands for Bourne-again shell, itself a pun on the name of the Bourne shell, an earlier Unix shell designed by Stephen Bourne, and the common Christian concept of born again.
A hollow usually spherical or cylindrical projectile fired from a seige mortar or a smoothbore cannon. It contains an explosive substance designed to be ignited by a fuse or by percussion at the target site so that it will burst and scattered at high velocity its contents and fragments. Formerly called a bomb (q.v.)
Something similar in form or action to an ordnance shell; A case or cartridge containing a charge of explosive material, which bursts after having been thrown high into the air
a rigid covering that envelops an object; "the satellite is covered with a smooth shell of ice"
the exterior covering of a bird's egg the hard usually fibrous outer layer of some fruits especially nuts the material that forms the hard outer covering of many animals remove from its shell or outer covering; "shell the legumes"; "shell mussels"
a very light narrow racing boat a rigid covering that envelops an object; "the satellite is covered with a smooth shell of ice"
One of several command line interfaces available on Unix machines, some common unix shells include Bourne, Korn, tcsh, and the Bourne Again shell from GNU
A utility program that enables the user to interact with the UNIX operating system Commands entered by the user are passed by the shell to the operating system for execution The results are then passed back by the shell and displayed on the user's display There are several shells available
a general programming term for the outermost layer, i e the user interface, of an application or the operating system itself The Windows Shell (sometime referred to simply as the "Shell", in proper case) is one example, as are the various shells available for Unix/Linux, and other operating systems Montage is in some respects like a shell for the Windows Shell
A game of skill which requires the bettor to guess under which of three small cups (or shells) a pea-sized object has been placed after the party operating the game rapidly rearranges them, providing opportunity for sleight-of-hand trickery
A lightweight tracksuit consisting of a matching zip-front jacket and matching elasticated trousers, each having an outer nylon shell, often bearing panels and flashes of different colours, and inner cotton lining; popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s both as sportswear and as general leisurewear
(Finans) A shell bank is a financial term that describes a bank that does not have a physical presence in any country. In order to prevent money laundering Subtitle A of the USA PATRIOT Act specifically prohibits such banks, with the exception of shell banks that are affiliate (under the control) of a bank that has a physical presence in the U.S. or if the foreign shell bank is subject to supervision by a banking authority in the non-U.S. country regulating the affiliated depository institution, credit union, or foreign bank
Shell shock is the confused or nervous mental condition of people who have been under fire in a war. The men were suffering from shell shock. a type of mental illness caused by the terrible experiences of fighting in a war or battle
In building construction, a thin, curved plate structure shaped to transmit applied forces by compressive, tensile, and shear stresses that act in the plane of the surface. They are usually constructed of concrete reinforced with steel mesh (see shotcrete). Shell construction began in the 1920s; the shell emerged as a major long-span concrete structure after World War II. Thin parabolic shell vaults stiffened with ribs have been built with spans up to about 300 ft (90 m). More complex forms of concrete shells have been made, including hyperbolic paraboloids, or saddle shapes, and intersecting parabolic vaults less than 0.5 in. (1.25 cm) thick. Pioneering thin-shell designers include Felix Candela and Pier Luigi Nervi
A shell suit is a casual suit which is made of thin nylon. someone in a shell suit from Stirchley. a light brightly-coloured piece of clothing consisting of trousers and a jacket that fit tightly at the wrists and at the bottom of the legs
If you say that someone is shell-shocked, you mean that they are very shocked, usually because something bad has happened. We were shell-shocked when Chelsea took the lead. shell-shocked investors. = stunned
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The cone snails or cone shells (family Conidae) are predatory marine snails found in coral reefs. The shells of cone snails are often brightly colored, and have interesting patterns, although in some species the color patterns may be partially or completely hidden under an opaque layer of periostracum
[ shel ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English schelle, from Old English (Anglian) scell 'eggshell, seashell', (South) sciell, sciel, from Proto-Germanic *skēlō (cf. West Frisian skyl 'peel, rind', Dutch schil 'peel, skin, rink', Low German Schell 'shell, scale'), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)kel- 'to split, cleave' (cf. Irish scelec 'pebble', Latin silex 'pebble, flint', siliqua 'pod', Old Church Slavonic skolika 'shell'). More at shale.
Doublet of sheal.
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