veering

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Rüzgar) Saat yönünde yön değiştiren
{i} dönme
{f} dön

Onun arabasının sağa doğru döndüğünü gördüm. - I saw his car veering to the right.

dönerek
dön
veer
döndürme
veer
sapmak
veer
dümen kırmak
veer
dönmek
veer
dön

Onun arabasının sağa doğru döndüğünü gördüm. - I saw his car veering to the right.

veer
yön değiştirmek
veer
(-e doğru)yönelmek

She veered closer to the building.

veer
laçka etmek
veer
döndürmek
veer
yön değiştirme
veer
saptırmak
veer
veer rounddönüp aksi yöne gi
veer
saat yel kovanı doğrultusunda yön değiştirmek
veer
veer away halatı laçka etmek
veer
dönme
veer
döndür/dön
veer
veer and haul laçka ve vira etmek
Englisch - Englisch
(wind) That turns clockwise with height
A change in wind direction that shifts clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere at a certain location In the Southern Hemisphere, it is counterclockwise This can either happen in the horizontal or the vertical (with height) For example, the wind shifts from the north to the northeast to the east It is the opposite of backing
Shifting
present participle of veer
A clockwise shift in wind direction, such as when the winds shift from the south to the west Winds will veer during a cold frontal passage, as the southerly or southeast flow ahead of the front quickly shifts to the west or northwest following the front
A clockwise shift in wind direction
Said of the clockwise change of the direction of a wind, as opposed to backing
A clockwise shift in the wind direction in the Northern Hemisphere at a certain location In the Southern Hemisphere, it is counterclockwise This can either happen horizontally or vertically (with height) For example, the wind shifts from the north to the northeast to the east It is the opposite of backing
the act of turning aside suddenly
A change in wind direction in a clockwise sense The opposite of backing
veer
To shift aft
veer
To turn
veer
To change direction into the wind; to wear ship
veer
To change direction in a clockwise direction if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere. Bowditch 2002
veer
{v} to turn about, turn, change, let out
veer
1. Change direction; to turn; to shift; as, wind veers to the west or north.2. Direct to a different course; turn; wear; as, veer or wear a vessel
veer
turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
veer
If someone or something veers in a certain direction, they change their position or direction in a particular situation. He is unlikely to veer from his boss's strongly held views. To let out or release (a line or an anchor train)
veer
To change direction in a clockwise direction if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere
veer
To change direction or course suddenly; to swerve
veer
If something veers in a certain direction, it suddenly moves in that direction. The plane veered off the runway and careered through the perimeter fence = swerve
veer
shift to a clockwise direction; "the wind veered
veer
When the wind shifts in a clockwise direction, as would be seen from looking down from above the earth; Compare to back
veer
{f} change direction, swerve, turn about, alter one's course
veer
v to change direction sharply during a spike approach, see also break
veer
The wind is said to veer when its direction changes in a clockwise direction For example, a wind blowing from the south changes to the west This is described as "the wind veered to the west " Also see back and haul
veer
(a) To ease out a cable; (b) A clockwise shift of the wind
veer
To direct to a different course; to turn; to wear; as, to veer, or wear, a vessel
veer
A quick-hitting run in which the ball is handed to either running back, whose paths are determined by the slant or charge of the defensive linemen The term veer comes from the back veering away from the defense
veer
turning
veer
To change direction; to turn; to shift; as, wind veers to the west or north
veer
shift to a clockwise direction; "the wind veered"
veer
A clockwise wind shift
veering

    Türkische aussprache

    vîrîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈvərəɴɢ/ /ˈvɪrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'vir ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English veren, of Low German or Dutch origin; akin to Middle Dutch vieren to slacken, Middle Low German vIren.

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