taxis

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} tekrar yerine koy
taksi

Havaalanında yüzlerce taksi vardı,hepsi iş için çığırtkanlık yapıyorlardı. - There were hundreds of taxis at the airport, all touting for business.

Taksi olmadığı için, yürümek zorunda kaldım. - Since there were no taxis, I had to walk.

{i} yerine koyma
göçüm
(Tıp) Yerinden oynamış veya çıkmış bir organı el ile tekrar yerine koyma ameliyesi
yansı
refleks
(Tıp) Hareketi bir organizmanın herhangi bir uyarana karşı yönelme cevabı
tıb yerinden oynamış veya çıkmış bir uzvu el ile tekrar yerine koyma
{ç} tax.es (täk'siz) i., biyol. göçüm
tepke
taxi
{f} (uçak) pist üzerinde ilerlemek; (uçağı) pist üzerinde ilerletmek
taxi
(Havacılık) pist üzerinde ilerlemek
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birini taksiyle götürmek
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(uçak) yerde ilerlemek
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taksi yapmak
taxi
taksiyle
taxi
yere yakın uçmak
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taksi

Bana bir taksi çağırabilir misiniz? - Can you call me a taxi?

Havaalanında yüzlerce taksi vardı,hepsi iş için çığırtkanlık yapıyorlardı. - There were hundreds of taxis at the airport, all touting for business.

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bilet ücreti
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taksi ile gitmek

Hayvanat bahçesine taksi ile gitmek ne kadar sürer? - How long does it take to get to the zoo by taxi?

Oraya taksi ile gitmek ne kadar sürer. - How long does it take to get there by taxi?

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yerde ilerle
taxi
beraber dans etmek için ücretle tutulan kız
taxi
taksilemek taxi dancer
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(isim) taksi
taxi
{f} taksiyle gitmek; (birini) taksiyle götürmek
where are the taxis
taksiler nerede
Englisch - Englisch
The movement of an organism in response to a stimulus
The manipulation of a body part into its normal position after injury
The arrangement of the parts of a topic
plural form of taxi
Manipulation applied to a hernial tumor, or to an intestinal obstruction, for the purpose of reducing it
arrangement; order; ordonnance
the surgical procedure of manually restoring a displaced body part
a locomotor response toward or away from an external stimulus by a motile (and usually simple) organism
plural of taxi
In technical uses, as in architecture, biology, grammar, etc
the surgical procedure of manually restoring a displaced body part a locomotor response toward or away from an external stimulus by a motile (and usually simple) organism
air taxis
plural form of air taxi
taxi
A vehicle that may be hired for single journeys by members of the public and driven by a taxi driver
water taxis
plural form of water taxi
taxi
ride in a taxicab
taxi
{i} cab, taxicab
taxi
travel slowly; "The plane taxied down the runway"
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a car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money
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When an aircraft taxis along the ground, or when a pilot taxis a plane somewhere, it moves slowly along the ground. She gave permission to the plane to taxi into position and hold for takeoff The pilot taxied the plane to the end of the runway. taxied taxiing taxis taxies if a plane taxis, it moves along the ground before taking off or after landing
taxi
Transparent asynchronous transmitter/receiver interface
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The use of a taxicab by a driver-for-hire or passenger for fare Also includes airport limousines Does not include rental cars if they are privately operated and not picking up passengers in return for fare
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Encoding scheme used for FDDI LANs as well as for ATM; supports speed typical of 100 Mbps over multimode fiber
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Vehicle was registered as a taxi or "for hire" vehicle
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Transparent Asynchronous Transmitter-Receiver Interface - Two ATM UNI specifications developed by Fore The slower one ran at 100Mbps and borrowed the physical characteristics of FDDI and has been adopted by the ATM Forum as its 100Mbps UNI specifica tion The faster one ran at 140Mbps (2)
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A taxi is a car driven by a person whose job is to take people where they want to go in return for money. The taxi drew up in front of the Riviera Club He set off by taxi. = cab
taxi
Transparent Asynchronous Transmitter-Receiver Interface" Two ATM UNI specifications developed by Fore The slower one ran at 100Mbps and borrowed the physical characteristics of FDDI and has been adopted by the ATM Forum as its 100Mbps UNI specification The faster one ran at 140Mbps
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To move an aircraft around an airport under its own power
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Taxicab fares may be reimbursed for out of state on the basis of necessity A receipt is necessary
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{f} (about an airplane) move slowly along a runway before takeoff or after landing; cause an airplane to taxi; transport by taxicab; be transported by a taxi
taxis

    Silbentrennung

    tax·is

    Türkische aussprache

    täksiz

    Aussprache

    /ˈtaksēz/ /ˈtæksiːz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'tak-sE ] (noun.) circa 1907. From Ancient Greek τάξις (taxis, “arrangment, order”)

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