terrace

listen to the pronunciation of terrace
Englisch - Türkisch
teras

Terasımızı yeniden döşemek istiyoruz ve bu nedenle dün bir çekiçle fayansları çıkardık. - We want to re-tile our terrace and therefore removed the tiles with a power hammer yesterday.

Teras çiftçiliği Çin'in dağlık bölgelerinde yaygın olarak uygulanmaktadır. - Terrace farming is widely practiced in the mountainous regions of China.

tribün basamağı
taraça
set
sıra evler
{i} sıralı evler [brit.]
{i} (damdaki) taraça, teras
bir bayır boyunca sıra sıra setler yapmak
İspanyol veya ark evlerine özgü düz ve yassı dam
{i} balkon [amer.]
{f} set çekmek
{i} seki
satıhtan yüksek yer
roof terrace evin çatısı üstündeki taraça
{i} (evin bitişiğindeki/yakınındaki tabanı döşeli) taraça, teras
{f} sıralı evler yapmak
{i} yüksek düzlük
{i} tribün [brit.]
terasa
tribün
sıralı evler
balkon
tahtaboş
terrace house
teras ev
terrace houses
teras evler
terraced
teraslı
terraced
taraçalı
sun terrace
güneşlenme terası
absorption terrace
emdirme sekisi
broad base terrace
geniş tabanlı teras
channel terrace
kanal terası
contour terrace
tesviye terası
drainage terrace
drenaj terası
level terrace
düz teras
Terracing
(Tarım) taraçalandırma
erosion terrace
erozyon sekisi
graded terrace
meyilli teras, eğimli teras
shore terrace
kıyı terası
coastal terrace
(Çevre) kıyı taraçası
contour terrace
tesviye terası (arsa vb)
diversion terrace
(Tarım) çevirme terası
narrow base terrace
(Tarım) dar tabanlı teras
ridge terrace
(Tarım) sağrı teras
river terrace
(Jeoloji) akarsu taraçası
river terrace
nehir terasi, nehir taraçası
river terrace
(Jeoloji) akarsu sekisi
rock terrace
kaya taraçası
rock terrace
kaya terası
shore terrace
(Çevre) sahil terası
structural terrace
yapısal taraça
structural terrace
yapısal teras
terraced
{s} sekili
terracing
(Tıp) n.Birçok tabaka halinde (kat kat) dikme
terracing
teraslama
Englisch - Englisch
The standing area at a football ground
To form something into a terrace
To provide something with a terrace
A platform that extends outwards from a building
A raised, flat-topped bank of earth with sloping sides, especially one of a series for farming or leisure; a similar natural area of ground, often next to a river
A row of residential houses with no gaps between them; a group of row houses
{n} a small grassy hill or mount, a flat roof
A level plain, usually with a steep front, bordering a river, a lake, or sometimes the sea
To form into a terrace or terraces; to furnish with a terrace or terraces, as, to terrace a garden, or a building
A terrace is a flat area of stone or grass next to a building where people can sit
A broad channel, bench, or embankment constructed across the slope to intercept runoff and detain or channel it to protected outlets, thereby reducing erosion from agricultural areas
A raised bank of earth having vertical and sloping sides Terraces are constructed to follow the contour of the land and to enable rain and snow water to remain on the land rather than run down slopes and cause soil erosion Terraces are a conservation practice to keep soil and water on the land
a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below) make into terraces as for cultivation; "The Incas terraced their mountainous land"
A balcony, especially a large and uncovered one
A horizontal or nearly horizontal natural or artificial topographic feature interrupting a steeper slop, sometimes occurring in a series
A roofed balcony, or veranda Title: The legal document showing ownership of a piece of real estate Tray Ceiling: A ceiling in which its edges slant toward the middle from the walls Trim Work: The finishing of doors, doorways, window frames and floors Two Storey: Home consists of one main floor above ground as well as an upper floor above the main floor Developed/Undeveloped basement
a style of attached house found in many older suburbs In a row of terraces, virtually identical houses are joined one to another through common walls Often two or more storeys in height
A level plain bordering a stream, river, or lake
An elevated surface above the existing level of a floodplain or shore that is created by stream or ocean wave erosion
make into terraces as for cultivation; "The Incas terraced their mountainous land"
A horizontal,bench-shaped landform
A level narrow plain usually with a steep front resulting from a stream cutting into its broad valley floor
Terraces are a series of flat areas built like steps on the side of a hill so that crops can be grown there. massive terraces of maize and millet carved into the mountainside like giant steps
provide (a house) with a terrace; "We terrassed the country house
{f} construct a porch, build a patio or deck; create many narrow flat levels in a hillside (for agriculture or to prevent erosion)
provide (a house) with a terrace; "We terrassed the country house"
usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence
A horizontal or nearly horizontal natural or artificial topographic feature interrupting a steeper SLOPE, sometimes occurring in a series
A terrace can be several things: an unroofed paved area right next to a house; a roofed balcony; a veranda; or a raised bed of earth constructed to enhance a landscape
A street, or a row of houses, on a bank or the side of a hill; hence, any street, or row of houses
A sunny (at least 80% of space should receive sunlight from 11 am to 2 pm between the spring and fall equinox), wind-sheltered area at least one level above street level, for enjoyment of views and for relaxation A terrace must be accessible from the sidewalk or public corridors Must provide adequate signage about location at street level, in hallways and elevators Seating must be provided at the rate of one seat for every 30 square feet of terrace area Landscaping (tree and flower boxes) is required
A level promenade in front of a building; usually made of stone and accented with plants, statuary, etc
A berm or discontinuous segments of a berm, in a valley at some height above the flood plain, representing a former abandoned flood plain of the stream
a relatively level bench or step-like surface breaking the continuity of a slope
One of a row of houses joined together with common walls
sloping ground cut into a succession of benches to control surface run-off, minimize soil erosion and assist revegetation
a row of houses built in a similar style and having common dividing walls (or the street on which they face); "Grosvenor Terrace"
a Soil conservation practice in which ridges or steps are built on slopes to slow down runoff and increase soil moisture
The terraces at a football ground are wide steps that people can stand on when they are watching a game
(i) A step-like surface, bordering a stream or shoreline, that represents the former position of a flood plain, lake, or sea shore (ii) A raised, generally horizontal strip of earth and/or rock constructed along a hill on or nearly on a contour to make land suitable for tillage and to prevent accelerated erosion (iii) An earth embankment constructed across a slope for conducting water from above at a regulated flow to prevent accelerated erosion and to conserve water
A nearly flat strip of land with a sloping descent at the edges
a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below)
A terrace can be several things: a veranda, a roofed balcony, an unroofed paved area next to a house, or a raised bed of earth constructed to enhance a landscape
An old alluvial plain, ordinarily flat or undulating, bordering a river, a lake, or the sea
a nearly level surface bordering steeper slope such as stream terrace or a wavecut terrace
A flat roof to a house; as, the buildings of the Oriental nations are covered with terraces
  An embankment, or ridge, constructed across sloping soils on the contour or at a slight angle to the contour The terrace intercepts surface runoff so that it can soak into the soil or flow slowly to a prepared outlet without harm A terrace in a field is generally built so that the field can be farmed A terrace intended mainly for drainage has a deep channel that is maintained in permanent sod
A terrace is a row of similar houses joined together by their side walls. a terrace of stylish Victorian houses. 3 Queensborough Terrace
a row of houses built in a similar style and having common dividing walls (or the street on which they face); "Grosvenor Terrace" a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below) make into terraces as for cultivation; "The Incas terraced their mountainous land" provide (a house) with a terrace; "We terrassed the country house
an embankment, or combination of an embankment and channel, constructed across a slope to control erosion by diverting or storing surface runoff instead of permitting it to flow uninterrupted down the slope
A raised level space, shelf, or platform of earth, supported on one or more sides by a wall, a bank of tuft, or the like, whether designed for use or pleasure
{i} porch, paved outdoor area; flat roof; flat section of earth with sloping sides
terr
terrace chant
chantiong a phrase, song, or words at a football match, or at another sports event
terrace agriculture
method of agriculture in which crops are grown on different levels in the side of a mountain
end of terrace
as above, such as end of terrace house
end of terrace
The houses at each end of a line of rowhouses or terraced houses
terracing
A stand with a series of tiers
terracing
The formation of terraces
terracing
A terraced structure
terracing
Present participle of terrace
terraced
{a} made with or having terraces
terraced
past of terrace
terraced
{s} equipped with a porch, furnished with a deck or patio; formed into many flat narrow levels (about a hillside)
terraced
A terraced slope or side of a hill has flat areas like steps cut into it, where crops or other plants can be grown. a terraced field, slope, garden etc has been cut into a series of flat areas along the side of the slope
terraces
plural of terrace
terracing
Shaping a slope with a series of “steps ” The steps allow for planting and maintenance on level areas and reduce the potential for erosion across a steep slope
terracing
Shaping the land to create level shelves of earth to hold water and soil; requires extensive hand labor or expensive machinery, but it enables farmers to farm very steep hillsides
terracing
Terracing is a sloping piece of land that has had flat areas like steps built on it, for example so that people can grow crops there
terracing
Dikes built along the contour of sloping farm land that hold runoff and sediment to reduce erosion Source: US EPA
terracing
Technique used to plant crops on sloping land The sloping land is reworked to create a series of broad, nearly level terraces with short vertical drops from one to another that run along the contour of the land This technique helps to conserve water and reduce soil erosion
terracing
A series of terraces
terracing
Dikes built along the contour of sloping farm land that hold runoff and sediment to reduce erosion
terracing
A series of levels on a hillside, one above the other; dikes built along the contour of sloping farm land that hold runoff and sediment to reduce erosion Hillside farming on terraces greatly reduces water erosion of soil
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von terrace im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

sıra evler row houses, terrace
(adam/insan)
terrace

    Silbentrennung

    ter·race

    Türkische aussprache

    terıs

    Aussprache

    /ˈterəs/ /ˈtɛrəs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ter-&s ] (noun.) 1515. Middle French, pile of earth, platform, terrace, from Old Provençal terrassa, from terra earth, from Latin, earth, land; akin to Latin torrEre to parch; more at THIRST.

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