talus

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Türkisch - Türkisch
Aşık kemiği
TALİ
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İkinci derecede. Sonradan gelen
TALİ
(Hukuk) İkinci derecede, yan, ikincil
TALİ
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tilavet eden, okuyan
TALİ
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Man: Birbirine bağlı iki kaziyeden ikincisi. Meselâ: "Duman çıkıyorsa ateş vardır" sözünde "Ateş vardır" sözü tâli'dir
Tali
yan
tali
Ancak ikinci derecede bir önemi olan
tali
İkinci derecede olan, ikincil
tali
ikinci
Englisch - Englisch
A sloping heap of fragments of rock lying at the foot of a precipice

By the time he reached the first talus slides under the tall escarpments of the Pilares the dawn was not far to come.

The bone of the ankle
The slope of an embankment wall, which is thicker at the bottom than at the top
{n} the slope of a work as of a wall
Name for the rock rubble/debris that collects at the bottom of mountains, rock faces, etc Sold in hobby stores in various degrees of coarseness and colors
Rock fragments of any size or shape (usually coarse and angular) derived from and lying at the base of a cliff or very steep rock slope The accumulated mass of such loose, broken rock formed chiefly by falling, rolling, or sliding
similar to scree, but consisting of larger rocks and boulders that can be stepped on individually lichen covered talus indicates a stable slope
The accumulation of rock fragments at the foot of a cliff Also called scree
a deposit of large rocks, usually at the base of a slope or cliff
Rock debris at the base of a cliff
large blocks of rock
Weathered rock which has fallen from and accumulated at the bottom of a cliff
Pile of rock rubble below a cliff or chute Talus slope is a common usage although it is redundant because the term "talus" actually includes the concept of a slope
See the Note under Talipes
Sir Artegal's iron man Spenser, in his Faërie Queene, makes Talus run continually round the island of Crete to chastise offenders with an iron flail He represents executive power- “swift as a swallow, and as lion strong ” In Greek mythology, Talos was a man of brass, the work of Hephaestos (Vulcan), who went round the island of Crete thrice a day Whenever he saw a stranger draw near the island he made himself red-hot, and embraced the stranger to death
a sloping mass of loose rocks at the base of a cliff
{i} sloping pile of rock fragments at the bottom of a cliff
A pile of rock fragments lying at the bottom of the cliff or steep slope from which they have broken off
The astragalus
A variety of clubfoot (Talipes calcaneus)
The ankle bone that articulates with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint
the bone in the ankle that articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle joint
Where the tibia and fibula joint to form the ankle joint, the entire ankle
A sloping mass of large rock fragments and boulders that have detached from the cliff you are about to climb and now lay strewn around the base Think even less about this than you did about its smaller cousin, scree
A fan-shaped accumulation of mixed fragments of rock that have fallen because of weathering of a cliff or steep mountainside
A slope built up by the accumulation of rock waste at the foot of a cliff or ridge
A slope Especially a steep slope formed by an accumulation of rock debris TAYLOR GRAZING ACT: Act of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat 1269; 43 U S C sec 315), as amended
An accumulation at the foot of a slope of rock debris from rockfalls
Rock debris and boulders that accumulate at the base of a cliff
A slope; the inclination of the face of a work
A heap of rock debris which collects at the bottom of a cliff
The loose accumulation of fragmented rock material on slopes, such as at the base of a cliff
The talus
astragalus
The talus
anklebone
tali
pref. ankle (Latin)
taluses
plural of talus
Türkisch - Englisch
astragalus
tâli
{s} secondary
tali
subsidiary agreement
tali
auxiliary
tali
(Kanun) accessory
tali
(Ticaret) junior
tali
accidental
tali
subsidiary
tali
para-
tali
unessential
tali
secondary; subordinate, subsidiary
tali
secondary; subordinate: tali cümle gram. subordinate clause. tali komisyon subcommittee. tali yol secondary road
tâli
collateral

It's only collateral damage. - Bu sadece tali hasar.

tâli
by
tâli
{s} subsidiary
talus
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