soap

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Englisch - Türkisch
sabun

Tom'un gözlerinde sabun var. - Tom got soap in his eyes.

Sabun gözlerimi acıttı. - The soap hurt my eyes.

{i} TV, radyo melodram dizisi
tv/radyo melodram dizisi
açmalık
sabun sürmek
yağ çekmek
sabunlamak
{f} sabunla

Ilık su ve sabunla yüzünü yıka. - Wash your face with warm water and soap.

Ellerinizi sabunla yıkayın. - Wash your hands with soap.

(fiil) sabunlamak
boş

Eşeğin başını yıkayanlar sabunu boşa harcarlar. - Those who wash the donkey's head waste soap.

imkânsız
(isim) sabun
(Tıp) biohcem. Sabun
soap dish sabunluk
radyo veya televizyonda yayınlanan bir seri melodram
soap bubble sabun köpüğü
süs
katiyen
verimsiz
sabuk
soap opera
dizi film (yüzlerce bölümlük)
soap opera
sürekli tv dizisi
soap opera
beyaz dizi
soap bath
(Tekstil) sabun banyosu
soap bubble
sabun köpüğü

Yaşam bir sabun köpüğü gibidir. - Life is like a soap bubble.

Şarkı söylerken yüzümü yıkarken bir sabun köpüğü yuttum. - I swallowed a soap bubble when I was washing my face while singing.

soap buble
sabun köpüğü
soap opera
TV, radyo melodram dizisi
soap dish
sabun tası
soap opera
tv radyo melodram dizisi
soap opera
arkası yarın
soap dish
{i} sabunluk
soap opera
pembe dizi

Saat 08.00 pembe dizisini izliyor musunuz? - Do you watch the 8 o'clock soap opera?

Dan o pembe dizinin hiçbir bölümünü kaçırmadı. - Dan didn't miss any episode of that soap opera.

soap pad
sabunluk
soap powder
sabun tozu
soap suds
sabun köpüğü
soap dispenser
sabun dispenseri
soap opera digest
pembe dizi özeti
soap root
sabun kök
soap root liquid
Çöğen koku suyu
soap stock
Ham yağdaki yağ asitlerinin bir bazla uzaklaştırılması sırasında oluşan çökelti
soap weed
sabun ot
soap bubbles
(Bilgisayar) sabun balonları
soap delustering
(Tekstil) sabunla matlaştırma
soap dish
(isim) sabunluk
soap dispenser
sabun dağıtıcısı
soap down
yağcılık yapmak
soap down
yaltaklanmak
soap down
ayartmak
soap down
sabunlamak
soap milling
(Tekstil) sabunlu dinkleme
soap opera
(deyim) radyo veya televizyonda yayinlanan hafif ve surekli melodram dizisi,ornegin" Dallas"
soap powder
toz sabun, sabun tozu
soap solution
sabun çözeltisi
soap stone
sabuntaşı
soap trade
sabun ticareti
soda soap
sert sabun
soft soap
(deyim) yağ çekmek
soft soap
arapsabunu
soda soap
(Tekstil) sodyum sabunu, sert sabun
soft soap
arap sabunu
soft soap
pohpohlama
soft soap
{k} (deyim) yagcilik, dalkavukluk
soft soap
{k} yağcılık, iltifat
soft soap
yağcılık yapma
soluble soap
çözünür sabunlar
lye soap
Kül alaşımlı sabun
soap operas
pembe diziler
yellow soap
arapsabunu
bar of soap
sabun kalıbı
bath soap
banyo sabunu
built soap powder
sabun tozu yapma
calcium soap
kalsiyum sabunu
castile soap
zeytinyağlı sabun
face soap
sabun
hard soap
sert sabun
lime soap
kalsiyum sabunu
Fruit Soap
Sabundan yapılan meyve görünümlü süs
cake of soap
sabun kek
can be converted into soap
sabun dönüştürülebilir
dish soap
bulaşık deterjanı
laundry soap
çamaşır sabunu
liquid soap
Sıvı sabun
saddle soap
eyer sabun
black soap
(Kimya) siyah sabun
castile soap
zeytinyağı ve soda sabunu
fastness to soap
(Tekstil) sabunlama haslığı
floor soap
yer sabunu
glycerin soap
gliserinli sabun
green soap
yeşil sabun
laundry soap
çamaşır deterjanı
liquid soap
akabilir sıvı sabun
my mother is a soap opera addict
annem dizilik filimlerden hoşlanıyor
no soap
{k} imkânsız, imkânı yok
please bring me some extra soap
lütfen daha sabun getirin
please give me a bar of soap
bir kalıp sabun verin lütfen
resin soap
(Tekstil) reçine sabunu
saddle soap leather
(Tekstil) sabunlu kösele
shaving soap
tıraş sabunu
there is no soap
sabun yok
yellow soap
arap sabunu
Türkisch - Türkisch
Pembe dizi de denilen, gerçek yaşamdan kopuk TV dizilerine verilen ad
Englisch - Englisch
A standard Internet protocol for exchanging structured information in a distributed environment

The specified system will use SOAP for message exchange.

A soap opera
To cover with soap as a prank

Those kids soaped my windows!.

To apply soap to in washing

Be sure to soap yourself well before rinsing.

To be discreet about (a topic)
A substance able to mix with both oil and water, used for cleaning, often in the form of a solid bar or in liquid form, derived from fats or made synthetically

I tried washing my hands with soap, but the stain wouldn't go away.

{v} to rub over or wash with soap
(Simple Object Access Protocol)—A lightweight, XML-based messaging protocol that contains an envelope, header, and body, designed to exchange information in a decentralized, distributed environment
a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate money offered as a bribe rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning
Simple Object Access Protocol SOAP is a lightweight protocol for exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment It is an XML based protocol that consists of three parts: an envelope that defines a framework for describing what is in a message and how to process it, a set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined datatypes, and a convention for representing remote procedure calls and responses
SOAP is a lightweight XML based protocol for the exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment It consists of three parts: (i) an envelope that defines a framework for describing what is in a message and how to process it, (ii) a set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined datatypes, and (iii) a convention for representing remote procedure calls and responses SOAP can potentially be used in combination with a variety of other protocols See http: //www w3 org/TR/SOAP/ for more information
Simple Object Access Protocolhttp: //www w3 org/TR/SOAP/
A cleaning agent Mom puts on the sink on the off-chance one of her kids will accidentally grab it while reaching for the towel
a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats
By extension, any compound of similar composition or properties, whether used as a cleaning agent or not
Simple Object Access Protocol - which provides a way for applications to communicate with each other using XML
Simple Object Access Protocol SOAP gives applications the possibility to communicate among each other over the internet, regardless what type of platform W3C, Simple Object Access Protocol
-simple object access protocol SOAP is a lightweight protocol for exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment It is an XML based protocol that consists of three parts: an envelope that defines a framework for describing what is in a message and how to process it, a set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined datatypes, and a convention for representing remote procedure calls and responses (http: //www w3 org/TR/SOAP/)
money offered as a bribe
rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning
See the Note below, and cf
To flatter; to wheedle
Simple Object Access Protocol allows programs running in one kind of operating system to communicate with a program in the same or another kind of an operating system by using the Web's Hypertext Transfer Protocol and XML as the mechanisms for information exchange
A soap is the same as a soap opera. to rub soap on or over someone or something. Any of a group of organic compounds that are salts of fatty acids, usually stearic acid (with 18 carbon atoms) or palmitic acid (with 16 carbon atoms). The source may be any vegetable oil or animal fat. Soaps are emulsifying agents commonly used for cleaning; they have long been made from lye and fat. Detergents are entirely synthetic and may or may not be soaps. Soaps of metals heavier than sodium are not very soluble; the curdy precipitate made by soap in hard water is the calcium or magnesium salt of the fatty acid in the soap. Heavy-metal soaps are used in lubricating greases, as gel thickeners, and in paints. Napalm is an aluminum soap
It stands for Simple Object Access Protocol, and it's a proposal from some heavy hitters (IBM and Microsoft, among others) to bridge the gap between Windows and the tandem of Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) and Java It does this by transmitting XML messages in HTTP
with the fatty acids oleic, stearic, palmitic, etc
XML-based, lightweight, platform-agnostic protocol used to exchange information in a decentralized, distributed environment The protocol defines the XML elements that must be used to compose a message and how the data in a message should be processed
One of a class of chemical compounds which possesses cleaning properties, formed by the reaction of a fatty acid with a base or alkali Sodium and potassium soaps are soluble and useful, but can be converted to insoluble calcium and magnesium soaps (curd) by the presence of these hardness ions in water
Simple Object Access Protocol A way for a Web server to call a procedure on another, physically separate Web server, and get back a machine-readable result in a standardized XML format Useful for building a Web page that combines dynamic information pulled from multiple foreign sites Also useful for building a single Web form that can perform multiple actions at foreign sites on behalf of a user See http: //msdn microsoft com/soap/ and http: //www w3 org/TR/SOAP/
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) – an XML-based protocol that defines a framework for passing messages between systems over the internet SOAP typically is used to establish remote procedure callas between web servers and clients Developed by Microsoft as the successor to DCOM
the Simple Object Access Protocol, a communication protocol based on XML that simplifies the complexities of cross-language and cross-platform communication (specification)
Simple Object Access Protocol A protocol that describes a model for packing XML enquiries and responses SOAP messaging is used to enable exchange of a variety of XML information The SOAP standard takes on the job of transporting service requests and replies between service users and service providers
A cleansing and emulsifying agent made usually by action of alkali on fat or fatt acids and consisting essentially of sodium or potassium salts of such acids The formation of special structures by amphiphilic molecules is crucial for the cleaning properties of soap
Simple Object Access Protocol is a way for a program running in one kind of operating system (such as Windows 2000) to communicate with a progam in the same or another kind of an operating system (such as Linux) by using the World Wide Web's Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)and its Extensible Markup Language (XML) as the mechanisms for information exchange Since Web protocols are installed and available for use by all major operating system platforms, HTTP and XML provide an already at-hand solution to the problem of how programs running under different operating systems in a network can communicate with each other SOAP specifies exactly how to encode an HTTP header and an XML file so that a program in one computer can call a program in another computer and pass it information It also specifies how the called program can return a response top
A substance which dissolves in water, thus forming a lather, and is used as a cleansing agent
A simple, XML-based protocol for exchanging structured and type information on the Web The protocol contains no application or transport semantics, which makes it highly modular and extensible See also COM+ SOAP, XML Web Services
street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
Soap is a substance that you use with water for washing yourself or sometimes for washing clothes. a bar of lavender soap. a large packet of soap powder. a soap bubble
The formal set of conventions governing the format and processing rules of an SOAP message and basic control of interaction among applications generating and accepting SOAP messages for the purpose of exchanging information along an SOAP message path
(Simple Object Access Protocol) The standard for web services messages Based on XML, SOAP defines an envelope format and various rules for describing its contents Seen (with WSDL and UDDI) as one of the three foundation standards of web services, it is the preferred protocol for exchanging web services, but by no means the only one; proponents of REST say that it adds unnecessary complexity
To rub or wash over with soap
SOAP is a lightweight protocol based on XML for the exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment
Soap is produced by combining fats or oils with alkalies or alkaline earths, usually by boiling, and consists of salts of sodium, potassium, etc
If you soap yourself, you rub soap on your body in order to wash yourself. She soaped herself all over
Simple Object Access Protocol
{i} cleaning substance manufactured in a variety of forms (bars, powders, liquids, etc.); bribe money (Slang); soap opera (Slang)
The formal set of conventions governing the format and processing rules of a SOAP message These conventions include the interactions among SOAP nodes generating and accepting SOAP messages for the purpose of exchanging information along a SOAP message path
Saponification
{f} wash with soap, treat with soap, lather with soap; flatter (Slang); bribe (Slang)
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a lightweight protocol for the exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment It is an XML-based protocol that consists of three parts: an envelope that defines a framework for describing what is in a message and how to process it, a set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined data types, and a convention for representing remote procedure calls and responses SOAP can potentially be used in combination with a variety of other protocols; the primary transmission protocol is over HTTP
soap bubble
A very thin film of soap water that forms a sphere with an iridescent surface
soap bubbles
plural form of soap bubble
soap opera
A television serial, typically broadcast in the afternoon or evening, about the lives of melodramatic characters, which are often filled with strong emotions, highly dramatic situations and suspense
soap operas
plural form of soap opera
soap-opera
Attributive form of soap opera, noun

a soap-opera fanzine.

soap-operatic
Pertaining to soap opera
soap opera
daytime radio or television serial drama of a melodramatic and sentimental nature
soap root
Soap root is the raw material of sesame oil
soap stock
A crude, partially saponified mixture of fatty acids
Soap Opera Digest
weekly American magazine devoted to daytime television dramas and the actors and actresses
soap bubble
a bubble formed by a thin soap film
soap bubble
empty words, all talk, bubbles formed from soap
soap bubbles
bubbles that are formed by a substance used for cleansing the human body
soap chips
flakes of detergent, small bits of soap
soap dish
a bathroom or kitchen fixture for holding a bar of soap
soap dish
{i} soap-holder; dish for holding a bar of soap
soap dispenser
dispenser of liquid soap
soap film
a film left on objects after they have been washed in soap
soap flakes
soap that has been cut into flakes to make suds faster
soap flakes
flakes of detergent, small bits of soap
soap opera
A soap opera is a popular television drama series about the daily lives and problems of a group of people who live in a particular place. a television or radio story about the daily lives and relationships of the same group of people, which is broadcast regularly (Because they were originally sponsored by soap-making companies). Broadcast serial drama, characterized by a permanent cast of actors, a continuing story, tangled interpersonal situations, and a melodramatic or sentimental style. Its name derived from the soap and detergent manufacturers who originally often sponsored such programs on radio. Soap operas began in the early 1930s as 15-minute radio episodes and continued on television from the early 1950s as 30-minute and later hour-long episodes. Usually broadcast during the day and aimed at housewives, they initially focused on middle-class family life, but by the 1970s their content had expanded to include a wider variety of characters and situations and a greater degree of sexual explicitness. In the 1980s similar series began to be aired in prime-time evening hours (e.g., Dallas and Dynasty). See also Carlton E. Morse; Irna Phillips
soap opera
a serialized program usually dealing with sentimentalized family matters that is broadcast on radio or television (frequently sponsored by a company advertising soap products)
soap pad
a cleaning pad containing soap
soap powder
a powder that is made from soap and other chemicals, used for washing clothes
soap powder
soap in powdered form mixed with alkaline builders
soap the ways
make all necessary arrangements (Slang)
soap-holder
soap box, container for soap, shelf for soap
soap-weed
tall arborescent yucca of southwestern United States
soapless soap
type of soap made without alkaline in order not to burn the eyes
sodium soap
any soap made by the reaction of fat with sodium hydroxide
soft-soap
Persuasion by means of flattery or pleasing words
soft-soap
To attempt to persuade by flattery or pleasing words
soft soap
a soft (or liquid) soap made from vegetable oils; used in certain skin diseases
soft soap
liquid soap; hypocrisy; flatter
soft-soap
use flattering talk on somebody persuade someone through flattery
soft-soap
If you soft-soap someone, you flatter them or tell them what you think they want to hear in order to try and persuade them to do something. The government is not soft-soaping the voters here. to say nice things to someone in order to persuade them to do something
I need soap
Indicates that the speaker needs soap
bile soap
A mixture of bile from slaughtered animals and soap; once used to remove heavy stains from textiles
cake of soap
A round piece of soap shaped like a hockey puck, for use in shaving mugs
cake of soap
A large bar of soap
carbolic soap
a mildly disinfectant soap containing carbolic acid (phenol)
don't drop the soap
Used as a mockery to someone who is about to be or should be confined in prison
lithium soap
any lithium salt of a fatty acid, made by the reaction of fat with lithium hydroxide; used in the manufacture of lubricating greases
saddle soap
A soap which is used to clean, soften and condition leather, especially horse tack (hence its name)
soaping
A cleaning with soap
soaping
Present participle of soap
sugar soap
An extremely powerful detergent used for washing surfaces prior to painting

Although modern paints cope surprisingly well over a small amount of dirt, it is far better to wash down with sugar soap first.

sulfur soap
A soap containing up to 10% of added sulfur, used as an antiseptic or antifungal treatment
sulphur soap
Alternative spelling of sulfur soap
lye soap
A natural soap made of lye and lard
bar of soap
piece of soap (substance used with water to produce suds for washing)
bar soap
soap in the form of a bar
castile soap
A kind of fine, hard, white or mottled soap, made with olive oil and soda; also, a soap made in imitation of the above-described soap
castile soap
a good hard soap made from olive oil and sodium hydroxide
castile soap
type of soap that often contains olive oil
cosmetic soap
specialized bodily cleaning agent used mainly on the face to remove make-up
goat milk soap
soap made from fresh or powdered goat's milk
green soap
A translucent, yellowish-green soft or liquid soap made chiefly from vegetable oils and used in the treatment of skin disorders
laundry soap
detergent used to wash clothing
liquid soap
soap in liquid form
liquid soap
{i} bodily cleaning agent that is in liquid form
natural soap
{i} soap made from natural ingredients without chemical or other artificial elements
no soap
with no benefit, to no avail (Slang)
saddle soap
A preparation containing mild soap and neat's-foot oil, used for cleaning and softening leather
saddle soap
a mild soap for cleansing and conditioning leather
soaped
past of soap
soaping
{i} act of treating with soap
soaps
third-person singular of soap
toilet soap
soap used as a toiletry
toilet soap
special type of soap used for cleansing the body
soap
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