torpedo

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Englisch - Türkisch
torpil
{i} torpido

Torpidoları fırlatmak için hazırlanın. - Prepare to launch torpedoes.

Düşman, gemimizi torpidoladı. - The enemy torpedoed our ship.

(Gıda) yüzerdöver
baltalamak
ziyan etmek
{f} torpille
{i} mayın
uyuşturanbalığı
{i} patlayıcı kasası [ask.]
{i} (çoğ. --es) ask. torpil
eğlence için taş üzerine atılıp patlatılan fişek
Raia top pedo
f torpil
{f} torpillemek, torpil ile tahrip etmek/batırmak
torpil ile harap et
demiryolu üzerine konulup işaret olarak tekerlekler altında patlatılan fişek
(fiil) torpillemek
{f} torpillemek
{i} torpilbalığı
(Askeri) TORPİDO: Denizaltılardan gemilerden veya uçaklardan atılan, kendinden hareketli ve puro şeklindeki silah
mahvetmek
torpil ile tahrip etmek
patlayıcı kasası
torpedo boat
mayın gemisi
torpedo boat
torpidobot
torpedo boat destroyer
torpido muhribi
torpedo net
torpil ağı
torpedo tube
torpido yuvası
torpedo tube
torpido kovanı
torpedo a process
bir süreç torpido
torpedo craft
zanaat torpido
torpedo station
station torpido
torpedo boat
muhrip
torpedo boat
(Askeri) TORPİDO, HÜCUMBOT: Özellikle Düşman gemilerini torpillemekte kullanılan küçük ve süratli bot. Bu botların genellikle koruyucu zırhı yoktur ve silahları otomatik hafif ateşli silahlardan ibarettir. Bunlara "propeller torpedo boat" veya "PT boat" da denir
torpedo boat
hücumbot
torpedo body
torpido gövde
torpedo bomber
(Askeri) TORPİL BOMBARDIMAN UÇAĞI: Düşman gemilerine havadan torpil atmak için kullanılan deniz uçağı. Buna "torpedo plane" de denir
torpedo danger area
(Askeri) torpido tehlike sahası
torpedo danger zone
(Askeri) torpido tehlike bölgesi
torpedo defence net
(Askeri) TORPİL SAVUNMA AĞI: Bir iç limanı açıktan atılan torpillere karşı kapamak veya demirli ya da seyir halindeki münferit bir gemiyi korumak için kullanılan ağ
torpedo engine
torpido makinesi
torpedo launching system
(Askeri) torpido kovanı
torpedo launching system
(Askeri) torpido lançeri
torpedo lube
torpido kovanı
torpedo net
şıpka
torpedo plane
torpido uçağı
torpedo plane
(Askeri) TORPİL UÇAĞI: Bak "torpedo bomber"
torpedo tender
(Askeri) torpido taşıyıcı
toy torpedo
oyuncak fişek
aerial torpedo
(Askeri) hava torpidosu
spotted torpedo
(Denizbilim) çarpan
spotted torpedo
(Denizbilim) lekeliuyuşturan balığı
submarine torpedo
denizaltı torpidosu
bangalore torpedo
(Askeri) BANGALOR TORPİDOSU: Yüksek süratli bir infilak maddesiyle doldurulmuş madeni kovan veya boru. Bangalor torpidosu; en çok, dikenli tel engelleri veya mayın tarlaları arasında gedik açmada kullanılır
light weight torpedo
hafif torpido
aerial torpedo
uçaktan atılan torpido
aerial torpedo
(Askeri) HAVA TORPİDOSU: Sabit veya yüzen hedeflere karşı genellikle tayyareden atılan, infilak maddesiyle doldurulmuş büyük torpido. Hava torpidosu kendi motoruyla hareket eder
air torpedo
(Askeri) HAVA TORPİDOSU: Alçaktan uçan tayyareler tarafından sabit veya su üzerinde seyir halindeki hedeflere atılan kendi motor gücüyle çalışır, büyük bir tahrip mermisi
antisubmarine torpedo
(Askeri) DENİZALTILARA KARŞI TORPİDO: Denizaltı savunması ve su üstü teknelere karşı harekatta denizaltından atılan, uzun menzilli, yüksek süratli, tel güdüm tertibatlı, derine dalış yapan ve nükleer bir başlık taşıyabilen, iz bırakmadan seyreden torpido. ASTOR olarak da bilinir
bangalore torpedo
(Askeri) BANGALOR TORPİDOSU: Yüksek süratli bir infilak maddesiyle doldurulmuş madeni kovan veya boru. Bangalor torpidosu; en çok, dikenli tel engelleri veya mayın tarlaları arasında gedik açmada kullanılır
guided torpedo
(Askeri) güdümlü torpido
motor torpedo boat
(Askeri) HÜCUM BOTU: Torpido, mayın ve otomatik silahlarla teçhiz edilmiş, yüksek süratte, küçük deniz aracı
motor torpedo boat
hücumbot
patrol torpedo boat
devriye torpido botu
propeller torpedo boat
(Askeri) PERVANELİ HÜCUM BOTU: Bak. "torpedo boat"
propeller torpedo boat
(Askeri) pervaneli hücumbot
to torpedo
torpillemek
Englisch - Englisch
A submarine sandwich
To send a torpedo, usually from a submarine, that explodes below the waterline of the target ship
To undermine or destroy any endeavor with a stealthy, powerful attack
To sink a ship with one of more torpedoes
A cylindrical explosive projectile that can travel underwater and is used as a weapon
A fish having wings that generate electric current, a kind of electric ray
A naval mine
a small explosive device attached to the top of the rail to provide an audible warning when a train passes over it
A professional gunman or assassin
An explosive device buried underground and set off remotely, to destroy fortifications, troops, or cavalry; a land torpedo
{n} the cramp-fish or electric ray, whose touch gives an electric shock
A kind of shell or cartridge buried in earth, to be exploded by electricity or by stepping on it
A kind of detonating cartridge or shell placed on a rail, and exploded when crushed under the locomotive wheels, used as an alarm signal
According to page 239 of McKearin's "American Bottles & Flasks ", the torpedo or "egg" bottle was patented in 1809 by William Hamilton of Dublin The bottles curved bottom shaped had several advantages
A steel plug, sometimes of spherical shape, designed for use in expanding a lead lining tube against its outer jacket of steel or iron pipe To accomplish this the torpedo is forced through the lead tubing from end to end
attack or hit with torpedoes
See Electrical fish, under Electrical
A cigar shape that features a closed foot, a pointed head and a bulge in the middle
a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
an explosive device that is set off in an oil well (or a gas well) to start or to increase the flow of oil (or gas)
Any one of numerous species of elasmobranch fishes belonging to Torpedo and allied genera
armament consisting of a long cylindrical self-propelled underwater projectile that detonates on contact with a target a small explosive device that is placed on a railroad track and fires when a train runs over it; the sound of the explosion warns the engineer of danger ahead a small firework that consists of a percussion cap and some gravel wrapped in paper; explodes when thrown forcefully against a hard surface an explosive device that is set off in an oil well (or a gas well) to start or to increase the flow of oil (or gas) attack or hit with torpedoes
a small firework that consists of a percussion cap and some gravel wrapped in paper; explodes when thrown forcefully against a hard surface
a small explosive device that is placed on a railroad track and fires when a train runs over it; the sound of the explosion warns the engineer of danger ahead
If someone torpedoes negotiations or plans, they deliberately prevent them from being completed or from being successful. These attacks are seen as an effort to torpedo the talks. = sabotage, wreck. torpedoes a long narrow weapon that is fired under the surface of the sea and explodes when it hits something. Cigar-shaped, self-propelled underwater missile, launched from a submarine, surface vessel, or airplane and designed to explode on contact with the hulls of surface vessels and submarines. It contains devices to control depth and direction as well as a detonator for the explosive-filled warhead. Originally the word referred to any explosive charge, including the weapon now known as a submarine mine. The first modern torpedo (1866) carried an 18-lb (8-kg) charge of dynamite in its nose and was powered by a compressed-air engine driving a single propeller; its range was 200-700 yards (180-640 m). Torpedoes were used successfully by submarines in both world wars, when many merchant ships were sunk, mostly by German U-boats. Torpedoes are now usually propelled by battery-powered electric motors
An engine or machine for destroying ships by blowing them up
A torpedo is bomb that is shaped like a tube and that travels under water
Called also crampfish, and numbfish
a professional killer who uses a gun
any sluggish bottom-dwelling ray of the order Torpediniformes having a rounded body and electric organs on each side of the head capable of emitting strong electric discharges
A kind of firework in the form of a small ball, or pellet, which explodes when thrown upon a hard object
A self-propelled missile fired from a ship, submarine or aircraft that explodes on impact
Closed foot, pointy head and bulging in the middle, just like, well, a torpedo
A streamlined metal block placed in the path of flow of the plastic material in the heating cylinder of the extruder to speed it into thin layers, thus forcing it into intimate contact with the heating areas
to destroy by, or subject to the action of, a torpedo
{f} attack with a torpedo; damage with a torpedo; undermine, sabotage, destroy, subvert; detonate an explosive device inside an oil well in order to facilitate the extraction of oil
An explosive cartridge or shell lowered or dropped into a bored oil well, and there exploded, to clear the well of obstructions or to open communication with a source of supply of oil
{i} self-propelled underwater missile launched from a submarine or boat; (Zoology) fish that has electric organs and is able to give electrical shock from its organs and enlarged pectoral (lives in tropical or temperate seas), crampfish, electric ray, numbfish, electrical fish
They are related to the rays, but have the power of giving electrical shocks
A kind of small submarine boat carrying an explosive charge, and projected from a ship against another ship at a distance, or made self-propelling, and otherwise automatic in its action against a distant ship
If a ship is torpedoed, it is hit, and usually sunk, by a torpedo or torpedoes. More than a thousand people died when the Lusitania was torpedoed
An automobile with a torpedo body
armament consisting of a long cylindrical self-propelled underwater projectile that detonates on contact with a target
A quantity of explosives anchored in a channel, beneath the water, or set adrift in a current, and so arranged that they will be exploded when touched by a vessel, or when an electric circuit is closed by an operator on shore
torpedo boat
a small, high-speed warship designed to fire torpedoes, especially in coastal waters
torpedo boats
plural form of torpedo boat
torpedo punt
A kick of the football made whereby the pointy ends of the ball are oriented lengthwise along its trajectory, thereby aiding aerodynamics. Some spin about the lengthwise axis is imparted to help keep that orientation in flight
torpedo punts
plural form of torpedo punt
torpedo roll
A long sandwich roll

Give me a ham and cheese sandwich on a torpedo roll.

torpedo rolls
plural form of torpedo roll
torpedo tube
The tube, through the hull of a submarine, though which torpedoes are launched
torpedo a process
prevent a procedure from taking place
torpedo an accord
sabotage an agreement, cause an agreement to fail
torpedo arrangements
sabotage a plan
torpedo boat
small high-speed warship designed for torpedo attacks in coastal waters
torpedo boat
battleship, ship equipped with explosive missiles, war ship
torpedo boat
A small, fast warship equipped for firing torpedoes
torpedo body
An automobile body which is built so that the side surfaces are flush
torpedo bomber
ship that launches torpedoes
torpedo boom
A spar formerly carried by men-of- war, having a torpedo on its end
torpedo catcher
A small fast vessel for pursuing and destroying torpedo boats
torpedo shell
It has no soft cap, and is intended to effect its damage by the powerful explosion which follows on slight resistance
torpedo shell
A shell longer than a deck-piercing shell, with thinner walls and a larger cavity for the bursting charge, which consists of about 130 pounds of high explosive
torpedo shell
It is used chiefly in 12-inch mortars
torpedo station
A headquarters for torpedo vessels and their supplies, usually having facilities for repairs and for instruction and experiments
torpedo station
The principal torpedo station of the United States is at Newport, R
torpedo stern
It prevents settling in the water at high speed
torpedo stern
A broad stern without overhang, flattened on the bottom, used in some torpedo and fast power boats
torpedo tube
In submarine torpedo boats they are in the bow
torpedo tube
A tube in the hull of a submarine or another naval vessel or mounted on the deck of a surface warship, through which torpedoes are launched
torpedo tube
device for launching a torpedo
torpedo tube
a tube near the waterline of a vessel through which a torpedo is fired
torpedo tube
A tube fixed below or near the water line through which a torpedo is fired, usually by a small charge of gunpowder
torpedo tube
On torpedo vessels the tubes are on deck and usually in broadside, on larger vessels usually submerged in broadside and fitted with a movable shield which is pushed out from the vessel's side to protect the torpedo until clear, but formerly sometimes in the bow
torpedo-boat destroyer
small destroyer that was the forerunner of modern destroyers; designed to destroy torpedo boats
torpedo-boat destroyer
boat that has the capability to destroy boats that launch torpedoes
bangalore torpedo
(Askeri) A metal tube that contains explosives and a firing mechanism and is used to cut barbed wire and detonate buried mines
A torpedo
shell
aerial torpedo
a torpedo designed to be launched from an airplane
bangalore torpedo
a metal pipe filled with explosive, used to detonate land mines or to clear a path through barbed wire
bengalor torpedo
explosive charge of pipe-like shape generally used to blast apart a wall or fence
homing torpedo
a torpedo that is guided to its target (as by the sound of a ship's engines)
patrol torpedo boat
A PT boat
submarine torpedo
a torpedo designed to be launched from a submarine
torpedoed
past of torpedo
torpedoes
third-person singular of torpedo
torpedoes
plural of torpedo
torpedoing
present participle of torpedo
whitehead torpedo
A form of self- propelling torpedo
torpedo
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