shield

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Englisch - Türkisch
kalkan

Ben onun başı vurulmuş vücudunu bir kalkan olarak kullandım. - I used his beheaded body as a shield.

O, kitabı bir kalkan olarak kullanır. - He used the book as a shield.

siper
zırh
{i} koruma

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

{f} kaplamak
{f} korumak; siper etmek: He shielded his eyes with his hand. Elini gözlerine siper etti
{f} korumak

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bağa
(Tıp) şeld
koruyucu

Nükleer reaktörün koruyucu somut tabakası kontrollü patlamalar kullanılarak imha edilecek. - The concrete layer of the nuclear reactor's shielding will be destroyed using controlled explosions.

siper olmak
{f} kalkanla

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

{f} kalkan olmak
{f} örtmek
{i} kalka

O, kitabı bir kalkan olarak kullanır. - He used the book as a shield.

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

{i} himaye
muhafaza etmek
mudafaa
(Tıp) Kalkan şeklinde boru veya organ
{i} arma
(Askeri) ARMA: Günlük üniformaya takılan madeni plaka. Günlük şapkaya takılan arma gibi
siper/kalkan
maden ocaklarında toprağın düşmesini engelleyici duvar
hane kalkan
{i} hami
{f} koru

Nükleer reaktörün koruyucu somut tabakası kontrollü patlamalar kullanılarak imha edilecek. - The concrete layer of the nuclear reactor's shielding will be destroyed using controlled explosions.

Tom gözlerini güneşten korudu. - Tom shielded his eyes from the sun.

{i} siper; koruyucu şey
(Gıda) perdelemek
(Bilgisayar) zırh kablo
koruyucu ekran
(Bilgisayar) ekran
siper etmek
(Askeri) koruyucu kalkan
şilt
shield grid
koruma ızgarası
shield parasol
şemsiye
shield shaped
kalkan gibi
shield bearer
kalkan taşıyıcı
shield like
kabuk benzeri
shield wall
Kalkan duvarı: Eskiden savaşlarda omuz omuza durup, kalkanları birleştirerek, günümüzdeyse polislerin göstericilere karşı kurdukları barikat
shield basalt
kalkan bazalt
shield fern
eğreltiotu
shield forces
zırhlı kuvvetler
shield grid
koruma izgarasi
shield of a cable
(Bilgisayar) koruyucu ekran kablo
shield plate
muhafaza takviyesi
shield volcano
kalkan volkan
shield wire
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kablo koruyucu
shielding
(Askeri) RADYASYON KORUMA MALZEMESİ: 1. Nükleer parçalanmaya müsait ve radyoaktif malzemenin imal, yüklenip boşaltılması veya nakil sırasında meydana gelecek radyasyondan personeli korumak maksadıyla kullanılan münasip kalınlıkta ve fiziksel özelliklere sahip malzeme. 2. Personeli veya malzemeyi nükleer patlamanın etkilerinden korumaya yönelik engeller
core shield
(Elektrik, Elektronik) çekirdek korumalı
human shield
(Politika, Siyaset) canlı kalkan
noise shield
gürültü kalkanı
protective shield
koruyucu kalkan
security shield
(Otomotiv) emniyet kalkanı
security shield
(Otomotiv) emniyet sacı
shielded
(Bilgisayar) zırhlı
shielded
korunmuş
shielding
(Askeri) radyasyon koruma maddesi
shielding
(Kimya) perdeleme
shielding
(Otomotiv) blendaj
shielding
(Telekom) siper
shielding
(Bilgisayar) ekranlama
shielding
(Çevre) kalkan
shielding
koruma
shielding
koruyucu kalkan
sun shield
(Otomotiv) güneşlik
arcing shield
ark siperi
heat shield
sıcaklık kalkanı
magnetic shield
manyetik kalkan
shielded
{f} koru

Tom gözlerini güneşten korudu. - Tom shielded his eyes from the sun.

shielding
{f} kalkanla
shielding
koruyucu kılıf
shielding
{i} kalkanlama
armored shield
zırhlı kalkanı
continental shield
kıta kalkan
electrostatic shield
elektrostatik ekran
face shield
İş alanında kullanılan yüzü koruyucu herhangi bir tür maske
fender shield
çamurluk kalkan
glare shield
(Havacılık) Parlama Önleyici Kalkan: Uçak göstergelerinin parlamasını engellemek için panel çevresi boyunca döşenmiş kalkan
missile shield
(Silahlar) Füze kalkanı

Obama said the United States will go forward with a missile shield in Europe as long as Iran remains a threat.

neutron shield
nötron kalkanı
other side of the shield
kalkan diğer tarafında
pop shield
mikrofonların önüne konulan gürültü önleyici filtre
provided with a shield
bir kalkan ile sağlanan
riot shield
Polislerin toplumsal olaylarda kullandığı şeffaf kalkan
shielded
(Elektrik) yalıtılmış
shielding
koruyarak
shielding
(Spor) (Sporda) perdeleme
shielding
{i} korum
static shield
statik kalkan
stress shield
kemiğin içine yerleştirilen implantların, o bölgedeki kemik yoğunluğunu azaltarak, kemiğin gerilme direncini düşürmesi
tax shield
vergi kalkanı
thermal shield
ışıl ekran
welding shield
(Mühendislik) Kaynak örtüsü
wind shield
Araç on camı
apron shield
(Askeri) KALKAN: Nişancıları korumak maksadıyla topa takılan kalkan
belt shield
(Otomotiv) kayış siperi
biological shield
(Nükleer Bilimler) biyolojik zırh
biological shield
biyolojik kalkan
buller's shield
(Tıp) Gözlerden biri enfekte olduğunda, diğerini korumak için kullanılan bir çevresi flasterle çevrili olan saat camı
cannon shield
(Askeri) top kalkanı
closed shield
tam koruyucu
depreciation tax shield
(Ticaret) amortismanın vergi zırhı
dress shield
subra
expanding shield
genleşmeki saplama
flame shield
alev kalkanı
gun pointer's shield
(Askeri) YAN NİŞANCI KALKANI: Yan nişancıyı koruyan madeni levha
gun shield
(Askeri) top kalkanı
gun shield
(Askeri) TOP KALKANI: Topu ve mürettebatını düşman ateşinden korumak için top kundağına takılan zırh levha
gunner's shield
(Askeri) nişancı koruyucu kalkanı
heat shield
ısı kalkanı
heat shield
(Askeri) ISI KALKANI (HV.): Bir şeyi ısıdan koruyan herhangi bir cihaz. Bak. "heat sink"
ignition shield
(Otomotiv) anti-parazit blendajlı
ignition shield
(Otomotiv) ateşleme izolasyonu
radiation shield
radyasyon kalkanı
riot shield
polis kalkanı
shielding
{f} kalkanla: prep.kalkanlayarak
shielding
(Hukuk) müdafaa
shielding
(Nükleer Bilimler) zırhlama
splash shield
serpinti koruması
steam shield
buhar kalkanı
termite shield
karınca önleyici
thermal shield
(Nükleer Bilimler) termik zırh
thermal shield
(Çevre) termal zırh
thermal shield
(Fizik) ısıl ekran
thermal shield
termik kalkan
thermal shield
(Nükleer Bilimler) ısıl zırh
thermo safety shield
(İnşaat) ısı emniyet kalkanı
tube shield
(Nükleer Bilimler) tüp zırhı
tunneling shield
(İnşaat) tünel ilerleme siperi
weather shield
hava siperi
welding shield
(Askeri) kaynak camı
wind shield
(Askeri) BALİSTİK KÜLAHI: Mermiye sivri ve uzun bir şekil vererek, kudretini arttırmak için bir merminin ucuna veya başına geçirilen hafif madenden yapılmışbaşlık. Buna (false ogive) de denir
wind shield wiper
(İnşaat) cam sileceği
Englisch - Englisch
Anything which protects or defends; defense; shelter; protection
Figuratively, one who protects or defends
In lichens, a hardened cup or disk surrounded by a rim and containing the fructification, or asci
A broad piece of defensive armor, carried on the arm, formerly in general use in war, for the protection of the body
A field of energy which protects or defends
to protect from the influence of
A large expanse of exposed stable Precambrian rock
To protect, to defend

Shots rang out and a 15-year-old boy, shielding a woman from the line of fire, was killed.

A sign or symbol, usually containing numbers and sometimes letters, identifying a highway route
A police badge

The chief put something in his hand and Bosch looked down to see the gold detective's shield.

A coin, the old French crown, or écu, having on one side the figure of a shield
A spot resembling, or having the form of a shield

Bespotted as with shields of red and black. Spenser.

A framework used to protect workmen in making an adit under ground, and capable of being pushed along as excavation progresses
The escutcheon or field on which are placed the bearings in coats of arms
{n} a buckler, protection, defense, defender
{v} to protect, defend, keep, secure, cover
A wall which protects workers from harmful radiation released by radioactive materials
In electronic terms, a shield is a conductive enclosure, protecting its contents from magnetic and electrostatic fields Since audio conductors and circuits tend to be extremely sensitive to such fields, shields are very important to us! In cabling, shields often consist of braided copper strands wrapped around the signal conductors The amount of coverage the shield provides is directly related to the noise and hum performance of the cable Some cables offer a shield consisting of a thin wrap of metallic sheeting, which can offer complete coverage of the encased signal conductors Quality shielding, while more expensive, makes a tremendous difference in the noise performance of a cable - skimping on cables is never a good idea!
A pair of sunglasses that have one continuous lens which covers both eyes
To ward off; to keep off or out
hold back a thought or feeling about; "She is harboring a grudge against him"
protect, hide, or conceal from danger or harm
A metallic foil or multiwire screen mesh that is used to prevent electromagnetic fields from penetrating or exiting a transmission cable Also referred to as a "screen"
In cables an external mesh that shields the signal-carrying conductors from extraneous interference In certain cables, the shield is only connected to one end of the cable and left floating on the other In some very high-end designs, an electrical charge, usually battery-driven, is applied to the shield
A coin, the old French crown, or écu, having on one side the figure of a shield
The central element and sine qua non of an ACHIEVEMENT OF ARMS
In cables, a metallic layer placed around a conductor or group of conductors to prevent electrostatic interference between the enclosed wires and external fields
The metallic layer that surrounds insulated conductors in shielded cable The shield may be the metallic sheath of the cable or the metallic layer inside a sheath
A large stable area of exposed very old (more than 600 million years) igneous and metamorphic rock found on continents This rock forms the nucleus of the continents
{f} protect, defend, guard; cover, shelter, screen
{i} piece of armor carried on the arm and used to protect the body from missiles and blows; anything used for protection, defense; person who protects, protector; escutcheon
(Shield system): means a structure that is able to withstand the forces imposed on it by a cave-in and thereby protect employees within the structure Shields can be permanent structures or can be designed to be portable and moved along as work progresses Additionally, shields can be either pre-manufactured or job-built in accordance with 1926 652(c)(3) or (c)(4) Shields used in trenches are usually referred to as "trench boxes" or "trench shields "
— Any of several extensive regions where ancient Precambrian crystalline rocks are exposed at the Earth's surface
volcano broad flat volcano formed at a constructive margin between tectonic plates The magma (molten rock) associated with shield volcanoes is thin and free-flowing An example is Mauna Loa in Hawaii
  1 A housing, screen, sheath, or cover that substantially reduces the coupling of electric, magnetic, or electromagnetic fields into or out of circuits or transmission lines   (188)  2   A protective cover that prevents the accidental contact of objects or persons with parts or components operating at hazardous voltage levels   (188)
A shield is a sports prize or badge that is shaped like a shield. to protect someone or something from being harmed or damaged. Canadian Shield shield of arms continental shield
A shield is a large piece of metal or leather which soldiers used to carry to protect their bodies while they were fighting
If you shield your eyes, you put your hand above your eyes to protect them from direct sunlight. He squinted and shielded his eyes. = shade
armor carried on the arm to intercept blows
A body of material used to prevent or reduce the passage of particles or radiation
A tape, screen or braid of metal, usually copper, aluminum, or other conductive material placed around or between electric circuits or cables or their components, to prevent signal leakage or interference
A metal enclosure that prevents electronic components from being affected by unwanted interference Shielded speakers may be placed near a TV, for instance, because their magnets cannot affect the picture tube
Cf
A sheet, screen, or braid of metal, usually copper, aluminum, or other conducting material placed around or between electric circuits or cables or their components, to contain any unwanted radiation, or to keep out any unwanted interference
Lozenge
A vast area of ancient crustal rocks which, together with a platform, constitutes a craton The Canadian Shield which constitutes most of central and eastern Canada, also includes the Adirondacks
If something or someone shields you from a danger or risk, they protect you from it. He shielded his head from the sun with an old sack = protect
Two flat discs of calcite with water flow in the center, attached to cave ceiling, wall or floor and projecting outward It is suggested that water seeps under pressure along the fracture of the shield and moves out to the rim where deposition occurs and increases its diameter The cause of the formation is not known
of Escutcheon
To avert, as a misfortune; hence, as a supplicatory exclamation, forbid! armor carried on the arm to intercept blows a protective covering or structure protect, hide, or conceal from danger or harm
In cable, a metallic layer placed around a conductor or group of conductors to prevent electrostatic interference between the enclosed wires and external fields
To cover with, or as with, a shield; to cover from danger; to defend; to protect from assault or injury
A soft magnetic material used to prevent the passage of magnetic flux between regions
Something or someone which is a shield against a particular danger or risk provides protection from it. He used his left hand as a shield against the reflecting sunlight
A broad area of very old rocks above sea level Usually characterized by thin, poor soils and low population densities
Any of several extensive regions where ancient Precambrian crystalline rocks are exposed at the Earth's surface
A spot resembling, or having the form of, a shield
a shield is the actual route marker Shields come in many varieties, but the most common shields are for Interstates, U S routes, state routes, and county routes A uniform standard exists for Interstates, U S routes, and most county routes across the country, while state route shields vary by state
a protective covering or structure
A metal formed washer attached to the outer ring and set so it rides close to, but not contacting, the inner ring, to retain lubricant and prevent contamination
shield beetle
Any of several shield-shaped leaf beetles that typically inhabit a specific species of tree; especially members of the genus Cassida
shield beetle
Any of the American shield bugs
shield bug
Any of various shield-shaped true bugs of the superfamily Pentatomoidea
shield bugs
plural form of shield bug
shield volcano
A large volcano, with shallow-sloping sides and a flattened dome, formed of successive eruptions of free-flowing lava; a lava dome
shield wall
The formation of shield walls is a military tactic common to many cultures, with slight variations of the tactic being called by different names at different times. Walls of shields are formed by soldiers standing in formation shoulder to shoulder, holding their shields so that they abut or overlap and each man benefits from the protection of his neighbour's shield as well as his own
Shield of David
six-pointed star, Jewish star, figure made from 2 triangles placed one top of each other in opposite directions forming a star
shield fern
any of various ferns of the genera Dryopteris or Polystichum or Lastreopsis having somewhat shield-shaped coverings on the sori
shield law
A law that protects journalists from being compelled to reveal confidential sources of information
Canadian Shield
An area of very old bedrock surrounding Hudson Bay, and covering about half the land area of Canada
Sobieski's Shield
An outdated name for a constellation in the northern sky, currently called Scutum
dress shield
A pad affixed temporarily to a dress or other garment, inside the armpit, to prevent the garment's becoming wet or soiled from perspiration
meat shield
A so-called "tank" whose main purpose is to hold aggro from MOBs and absorb damage
meat shield
A stunned or dead enemy character used as a shield against attacks
pop shield
A pop filter
radial shield
a radial graphite reflector surrounding a pressurized water reactor
radial shield
either of the two plates situated on the disk at the base of each ray of some starfish
shielded
Simple past tense and past participle of shield
shielded
provided with a shield
shielding
Present participle of shield
shielding
Action done by the person with the ball to protect the ball from the defender; the person concerned keeps his body between the ball and the defender
shielding
The situation, in NMR spectroscopy, in which a local magnetic field is weakened by the presence of neighbouring nuclei
striped shield bug
a shield bug with black and red stripes, Graphosoma lineatum
striped shield bugs
plural form of striped shield bug
tax shield
The reduction in income taxes that results from taking an allowable deduction from taxable income
embryonic shield
(Tıp, İlaç) 1. the part of the inner cell mass of a blastocyst from which the embryo of a placental mammal develops ― called also embryonic disc
A shield
blazon
Canadian Shield
One of the world's largest geologic continental shields, centred on Hudson Bay and extending for 3 million sq mi (8 million sq km) over Canada from the Great Lakes to the Canadian Arctic and into Greenland, with small extensions into northern Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and New York. It is the largest mass of exposed Precambrian rock on earth. The region as a whole is composed of ancient crystalline rocks whose complex structure attests to a long history of uplift and depression, mountain building, and erosion
David's shield
{i} shield of King David
Red Shield of David
{i} Magen David Adom, Israel's national organization for providing emergency medical and ambulance and blood bank services as well as disaster management
continental shield
Any of the large stable areas of low relief (little variation in elevations) in the Earth's crust that are composed of Precambrian crystalline rocks. These rocks are always more than 570 million years old, and some are as old as 2-3 billion years. Continental shields occur on each of the continents
faraday shield
A grounded metallic barrier which can be used for improved isolation between the windings of a transformer In this application, the shield basically reduces the leakage capacitance between the primary and secondary
faraday shield
A conductive material used to contain or control an electric field It is placed between the primary and secondary windings of a transformer to reduce coupling capacitance and common-mode noise The shield provides electrostatic shielding while passing electromagnetic waves No ground is needed
faraday shield
A grounded metallic barrier that can be used for improved isolation between the windings of a transformer In this application, the shield basically reduces the leakage capacitance between the primary and secondary
faraday shield
An electrostatic shield that reduces coupling capacitance in transformers The shield, which reduces output common mode noise, is placed between the primary and secondary windings of a transformer and connected to either input or output common
faraday shield
(MRI) A metal mesh or sheet which blocks electric fields Faraday shields are used in most MRI rooms to prevent unwanted radio waves from entering the room and affecting the image Also prevents RF radio waves from leaving the room and interfering with other equipment
faraday shield
A continuous metal foil wrapping around searchcoil windings used to reduce electrostatic interference caused by contact with wet vegetation on the searchcoil housing exterior
faraday shield
An electrostatic shield between the input and output windings of a transformer, designed to reduce output common mode noise
faraday shield
electrical conductor designed so as to block out unwanted electric fields
heat shield
a protective covering that protects a spacecraft from overheating on re-entry
heat shield
device that is used to protect against high temperatures
heat shield
A barrier that prevents the heating of a space or an object by absorbing, reflecting, or dissipating external heat, especially a protective structure on a spacecraft or missile that dissipates heat on atmospheric reentry by melting and vaporizing
human shield
If a group of people are used as a human shield in a battle or war, they are put in a particular place so that the enemy will be unwilling to attack that place and harm them. someone who is taken and kept as a prisoner by a criminal in order to protect the criminal from being killed, injured, or caught
nipple shield
a rubber or plastic shield to protect the nipples of nursing women
rape shield law
A law that prohibits the defense in a rape case from cross-examination regarding the plaintiff's prior sexual conduct
return with one's shield
return victorious, come back after winning
riot shield
Riot shields are pieces of equipment made of transparent plastic which are used by the police to protect themselves against angry crowds
shielded
Home Cinema Antenna
shielded
past of shield
shielded
protected from influence or danger
shielded
used especially of machinery; shielded to prevent injury
shielded
{s} protected, defended, guarded; sheltered, screened, covered
shielded
Wiring protected from electromagnetic and radio frequency interference by metal-backed mylar foil and plastic or PVC
shielded
Wiring protected from electromagnetic & radio frequency interference by metal-backed mylar foil & plastic or PVC
shielding
shield consisting of an arrangement of metal mesh or plates designed to protect electronic equipment from ambient electromagnetic interference
shielding
The stranded metal mesh that surrounds some types of cabling The shielding protects transmitted data by absorbing stray electronic signals from outside the cable Stray electrical signals can effect transmitted signal in the form of "noise" on the line
shielding
A protective barrier, usually a dense material, which reduces the passage of radiation from radioactive materials to the surroundings
shielding
A metal foil or mesh surrounding a conductor to reduce electromagnetic interference
shielding
a technique used by a ball carrier to protect the ball from a defender closely marking him; the ball carrier keeps his body between the ball and the defender
shielding
A protective barrier for reducing or eliminating the transfer of radiation from radioactive materials to the surroundings Depending on the radiation level, shielding can range from paper, to water, to lead, to concrete
shielding
Imposing a metallic barrier to reduce the coupling of undesirable electromagnetic signals
shielding
the act of shielding from harm a shield of lead or concrete intended as a barrier to radiation emitted in nuclear decay shield consisting of an arrangement of metal mesh or plates designed to protect electronic equipment from ambient electromagnetic interference
shielding
A protective barrier, usually a dense material, that reduces the passage of radiation from radioactive materials to the surroundings by absorbing it
shielding
The arrangement of shields used for any particular circumstances; the use of shields
shielding
protective coating that helps eliminate electromagnetic and radio frequency interference
shielding
the act of shielding from harm
shielding
another name for screen
shielding
When you block the opponent with your body from getting the ball, while you have possession of the ball
shielding
When dribbling, staying between the ball and an opponent to prevent him for claiming the ball Also called "screening"
shielding
A metallic layer used to reduce EMI, RFI, noise, emissions or absorption Also, the reduction of undesirable effects on circuits caused by electrostatic fields (FED-STD-1037A)
shielding
a shield of lead or concrete intended as a barrier to radiation emitted in nuclear decay
shielding
A metal enclosure for the circuit being measured or a metal sleeve surrounding wire conductors (coax or triax cable) to lessen interference, interaction, or current leakage The shield is usually grounded
shielding
protection of a unit or switch from interruption due to foreign electrical signals
shielding
  See shield
shielding
Protective cable covering that eliminates electromagnetic & radio frequency interference
shielding
Any material or obstruction which absorbs (or attenuates) radiation and thus tends to protect personnel or materials from the effects of a nuclear (or atomic) explosion A moderately thick layer of any opaque material will provide satisfactory shielding from thermal radiation, but a considerable thickness of material of high density may be needed for nuclear radiation shielding Electrically continuous housing for a facility, area, or component, attenuates impinging electric and magnetic fields
shielding
When a player places his body between an opponent and the ball; often preceeds an offensive maneuver during an attack
shielding
One of the three components of TDS; refers to maintaining significant physical barriers between you and hazard Examples include vehicles, buildings, walls, and PPE
shielding
the effect by which the other electrons screen, or shield, a given electron from some of the nuclear charge
shielding
A technique used by a ball carrier to protect the ball from a defender closely marking him The ball carrier keeps his body between the ball and the defender
shielding
The process of protecting a cable with a grounded metal surrounding, so that electrical signals from outside the cable cannot interfere with transmission inside the cable Shielding lessens the chance that the information moving along the cable will interfere with adjacent cables
shielding
Providing electrical isolation for a circuit, component, or wire by enclosing or isolating the circuit, component, or wire with a metal enclosure, plate, or foil that blocks any interfering electrical field
shielding
The attenuation of a sound, achieved by placing barriers between a sound source and the receiver_
shields
Protects
shields
plural of shield
soft shield fern
European shield fern cultivated in many varieties
splash shield
(Otomotiv) A removable device found on disc brakes that helps to keep water and dirt from fouling the brakes
static shield
(Otomotiv) A device found on some distributors on cars with non-electronic ignitions that reduces radio interference caused by the working of the ignition system
tax shield
method of reducing the income that is taxed or of reducing the tax percentage
the other side of the shield
the other side of the coin, the back side
water shield
An aquatic American plant (Brasenia peltata) having floating oval leaves, and the covered with a clear jelly
water-shield
common aquatic plant of eastern North America having floating and submerged leaves and white yellow-spotted flowers
water-shield
aquatic plant with floating oval leaves and purple flowers; in lakes and slow-moving streams; suitable for aquariums
water-shield
common aquatic plant of eastern North America having floating and submerged leaves and white yellow-spotted flowers aquatic plant with floating oval leaves and purple flowers; in lakes and slow-moving streams; suitable for aquariums
wind shield
glass screen which protects from the wind (as in vehicles)
shield
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