uncovered

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Englisch - Türkisch
karşılıksız (çek)
(Ticaret) kuvertürsüz
(Ticaret) kapatılmamış
örtüsü olmayan
karşılıksız
açık
1. Üstünde kaplaması, koruması olmayan.2. Sigorta kapsamında olmayan, sigortasız.3. Başı açık
şapkasız
çıplak
örtüsüz
başı açık
uncovered acceptance
karşılıksız kabul
uncovered advance
(Ticaret) karşılıksız avans
uncovered circulation
(Ticaret) karşılıksız tedavül
uncovered cost
(Ticaret) karşılanmayan masraf
uncovered cost
(Ticaret) karşılanmayan masraflar
uncovered interest arbitrage
(Ticaret) korumasız faiz arbitrajı
uncovered movement
(Askeri) himayesiz hareket
uncovered movement
(Askeri) HİMAYESİZ HAREKET, ÖRTÜSÜZ HAREKET: Dost kuvvetler tarafından normal korunma sağlanmadan yapılan hareket
uncovered movement
(Askeri) örtüsüz hareket
uncover
{f} ortaya çıkarmak
uncover
{f} açmak
uncover
{f} örtüsünü açmak
uncover
üstünü açmak
uncover
deşifre etmek
uncover
kapağını açmak
uncover
meydana çıkarmak
uncover
örtüsünü ya da kapağını açmak
uncover

Biz bu gizemi açığa çıkardık. - We uncovered this arcane.

Gerçekleri en çok açığa çıkaran, en çabuk ölür. - He who uncovers the most dies the fastest.

bareheaded
(sıfat) şapkasız
bareheaded
kafası açıkta
bareheaded
{s} başı açık
bareheaded
{s} şapkasız
uncover
açığa çıkar

Biz bu gizemi açığa çıkardık. - We uncovered this arcane.

Gerçekleri en çok açığa çıkaran, en çabuk ölür. - He who uncovers the most dies the fastest.

uncover
uncoveredaçık
uncover
örtüsünü açarak göz önüne sermek
uncover
{f} örtüsünü kaldırmak, açmak: He removed the bandage in order to uncover the wound. Yarayı açmak için sargıyı çıkardı
uncover
karşılamayan
uncover
{f} şapka çıkarmak
uncover
hürmetle şapkasını çıkarmak
uncover
(Askeri) SAĞA (SOLA) AÇMAK: Bir düzende bulunan belirli bazı askerleri, şahıslar arasındaki mesafe ve aralığı artırmak maksadıyla, her iki yana harekat ettirmek. Beden eğitiminde, sağa (sola) açıl ! komutunda, çift (veya tek) sayılı her er, yana doğru açılır
Englisch - Englisch
not covered or protected from the weather etc
lacking insurance or security
bareheaded
1. Having no cover or protection.2. Lacking the protection of insurance or collateral security.3. Bareheaded
Something that is left uncovered does not have anything covering it. Minor cuts and grazes can usually be left uncovered to heal by themselves The uncovered bucket in the corner stank
not supplied with a cover or covering; "an uncovered well"; "the stands are uncovered so take an umbrella
uncovered the secret of
revealed the secret of, exposed
uncover
To reveal the identity of

The murderer has finally been uncovered.

uncover
{v} to remove covering, make naked
being uncovered
having its cover removed; being exposed, being revealed
uncover
To divest of the hat or cap; to bare the head of; as, to uncover one's head; to uncover one's self
uncover
To take off the hat or cap; to bare the head in token of respect
uncover
make visible; "Summer brings out bright clothes"; "He brings out the best in her"; "The newspaper uncovered the President's illegal dealings"
uncover
If you uncover something, especially something that has been kept secret, you discover or find out about it. Auditors said they had uncovered evidence of fraud = discover
uncover
To remove the covers from dishes, or the like
uncover
To take the cover from; to divest of covering; as, to uncover a box, bed, house, or the like; to uncover one's body
uncover
{f} reveal, bare, expose; take a cover off; remove a head-covering (hat etc.)
uncover
To uncover something means to remove something that is covering it. When the seedlings sprout, uncover the tray
uncover
remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body; "uncover your belly"; "The man exposed himself in the subway" make visible; "Summer brings out bright clothes"; "He brings out the best in her"; "The newspaper uncovered the President's illegal dealings
uncover
To show openly; to disclose; to reveal
uncover
make visible; "Summer brings out bright clothes"; "He brings out the best in her"; "The newspaper uncovered the President's illegal dealings
uncover
remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body; "uncover your belly"; "The man exposed himself in the subway"
uncover
to remove the cover of an object
uncover
When people who are digging somewhere uncover something, they find a thing or a place that has been under the ground for a long time. Archaeologists have uncovered an 11,700-year-old hunting camp in Alaska. = unearth
uncovered
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