weld

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} kaynak yapmak
kaynak

Bu kapı kaynakla kapatıldı. - This door has been welded shut.

Tom Mary'nin nasıl kaynak yapacağını bildiğini sandığını söyledi. - Tom said that he thought Mary knew how to weld.

{f} sıkıca birleştirmek
birleştirme
kaynak yaparak birleştirmek
kaynaklamak
kaynak dikişi
{f} kaynak yap

Tom Mary'nin nasıl kaynak yapacağını bildiğini sandığını söyledi. - Tom said that he thought Mary knew how to weld.

kaynakla birleşmek
Reseda luteola
kuçük muhabbet çiçeğinden çıkarılan sarı boya
küçük muhabbetçiçeği
{f} kaynak yapmak, kaynak yaparak birleştirmek, kaynatmak; kaynamak
(Tekstil) 1. kaynak 2. kaynak yapmak
{f} birleşmek
{i} kaynak yeri
{f} leğimlemek
{f} kaynamak
weld bonding
(Mekanik) kaynakla birleştirme
weld zone
kaynak bölgesi
weld defect
kaynak kusuru
weld seam
kaynak dikişi
weld spot
kaynak spot
weld steel
Kaynak çelik
weld together
birlikte kaynak
weld-overlay-clad
kaynak-overlay kaplı
weld bolt
kaynak cıvatası
weld clamp
kaynak kelepçesi
weld collar
kaynak bileziği
weld face
dikiş yüzü
weld failed
kaynak kopmus
weld flange
kaynak flanşı
weld groove
(Bilgisayar) kaynak oluğu
weld hinge
kaynak menteşesi
weld interval
kaynak aralığı
weld lock nut
kaynak kilit somunu
weld mode
(Bilgisayar) kaynak modu
weld neck flange
boyun kaynaklı flanş
weld nipple
kaynak nipeli
weld nut
kaynak somunu
weld pin
kaynak perçini
weld pip
(Otomotiv) kaynak kancası
weld pitch
kaynak adımı
weld plate
kaynak plakası
weld pool
(Bilgisayar) kaynak havuzu
weld profile
kaynak yanayı
weld profile
kaynak profili
weld screw
kaynak vidası
weld seam length
(Bilgisayar) kaynak dikiş boyu
weld size
kaynak büyüklüğü
weld sleeve
kaynak manşonu
weld slope
dikişin eğimi (kaynak)
weld splatter
(Otomotiv) kaynak izi
weld steel
kaynak çeliği
weld through
(Otomotiv) kaynak ile birleştirmek
weld torch
(Bilgisayar) kaynak torku
weld track
(Bilgisayar) kaynak izi
weld volume
(Bilgisayar) kaynak hacmi
weld washer
kaynak rondelası
weld with backing strip
altlıklı kaynak dikişi
welder
{i} kaynakçı
welding
kaynak
butt weld
ucuca kaynak
edge weld
kenar kaynağı
fillet weld
(Mekanik) pervaz kaynağı
flush weld
gömme kaynak
site weld
montaj kaynağı
welded
kaynaklanmak
welded
kaynak edilmiş
welded
kaynaklanmış
welder
kaynak makinası
welding
kaynaklamak
welding
kaynak makinesi
welding
(Gıda) lehimleme
welding
baskıcı
butt weld
alın kaynağı
butt weld
alın bağlantısı
fillet weld
bindirme kaynak
fillet weld
dolgu kaynak
forge weld
dövme kaynak yapmak
induction weld
endüksiyon kaynağı
lap weld
bindirme kaynak
welding
{f} kaynak yap
Welding
kaynak yapma
arc weld
ark kaynağı yapmak
fillet weld
Köşe kaynağı
mash seam weld
(Mühendislik) ezme dikiş kaynağı
of weld
kaynaklı
plug weld
delik kaynağı
seam weld
(ıng) dikiş kaynağı
submerged arc weld
Toz altı kaynağı
vertical weld
düşey kaynak
weldable
kaynaklanabilir
welding
kaynak yaparak
welding
(Mühendislik) kaynak
backing weld
arka kaynağı
butt weld
uç uca kaynatmak
circular weld seam
(Bilgisayar) dairesel kaynak dikişi
continuous weld
sürekli elektrik kaynağı
continuous weld
sürekli kaynak
element closure weld
(Nükleer Bilimler) eleman kapatma kaynağı
explosive weld
(Mekanik) patlayıcı kaynak
flange weld
boyun kaynağı
flange weld
başlık kaynağı
flange weld nut
flanş kaynağı somunu
flash weld
yakma alın kaynağı
forge weld
dövme kaynağı
furnace weld
ocak kaynağı
fusion weld
kaynaşma kaynağı
groove weld
oyuk kaynağı
grooved weld
havşalı kaynak
induction weld
indükleme kaynağı
inside corner weld
iç köşe kaynağı
intermittent weld
kesintili kaynak
intermittent weld
aralıklı elektrik kaynağı
intermittent weld
adım kaynağı
inverted weld
ters kaynak
inverted weld
alttan kaynak
longitudinal weld
(İnşaat) boyuna kaynak
molten weld
erimiş kaynak
overhaul weld
tamir kaynağı
overhead weld
(İnşaat) tavan kaynağı
overhead weld
(İnşaat) başüstü kaynak
plug weld
çukur kaynağı
plug weld
tıkaç kaynak
projection weld
projeksiyon kaynağı
projection weld
kabartılı kaynak
reinforced butt weld
şişkin alın kaynağı
rivet weld
perçin birleştirmesi
seal weld
sızdırmaz kaynak
shop weld
atölye kaynağı
shop weld
işlik kaynağı
slot weld
yarık kaynağı
spot weld
nokta kaynağı ile tutturmak
spot weld
(isim)kta kaynağı ile tutturmak
stitch weld
aralıklı dikiş kaynağı
tack weld
(İnşaat) kesik dikiş kaynak
vertical weld
dikey veya düşey kaynak
vertical weld
duvar kaynağı
welded
kaynaklı
welded
{s} kaynak yapılmış
welder
{i} kaynak makinesi
welder
(Askeri) KAYNAK MAKİNASI: Kaynak yapmak için kullanılan makina
welder
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynaklayıcı
welding
kaynama
welding
kaynaşma
welding
kaynaklı
welding
{f} kaynak yap: prep.kaynak yaparak
welding
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynaklama
Englisch - Englisch
A surname possibly deriving from the Old English word for woodland. The family is mainly located in the Southern regions of England
To bind together inseparably; to unite closely or intimately

Now should men see / Two women faster welded in one love / Than pairs of wedlock.

The joint made by welding
A herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America, used to make a yellow dye; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad
The yellow coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant
The state of being welded
To join two materials (especially two metals) together by applying heat, pressure and filler, either separately or in any combination
To wield
{n} a dyer's weed for yellow
An old English surname, possibly deriving from the ancient word for woodland. The family is mainly located in the Southern regions of England
It is used by dyers to give a yellow color
The plant, Reseda luteola, the stalks, leaves and flowers of which yield a yellow dye
An herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad
To unite closely or intimately
A perfect freeze
Coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant
To press or beat into intimate and permanent union, as two pieces of iron when heated almost to fusion
To weld one piece of metal to another means to join them by heating the edges and putting them together so that they cool and harden into one piece. It's possible to weld stainless steel to ordinary steel They will also be used on factory floors to weld things together Where did you learn to weld? + welding weld·ing All the welding had been done from inside the car welding equipment. American abolitionist whose pamphlet Slavery As It Is (1839) inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's Cabin. a joint that is made by welding two pieces of metal together
{f} unite or fuse metal by means of heat; unite, attach, join; be welded, be capable of being welded
To join multiple metal or PVC components together by heat fusion
a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together United States abolitionist (1803-1895) unite closely or intimately; "Her gratitude welded her to him"
Fig
Distortion--Depression or bulge on surface, caused by thermal expansion
A union made by welding
United States abolitionist (1803-1895)
join together by heating; "weld metal"
a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together
{i} act or instance of uniting metal parts through fusion with heat; welded part or joint
to join pieces of metal together by heat fusion
unite closely or intimately; "Her gratitude welded her to him"
A herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America, used to make a yellow dye; dyers broom; dyers rocket; dyers weed; wild woad
European mignonette cultivated as a source of yellow dye; naturalized in North America
join together by heating; "weld metal
The state of being welded; the joint made by welding
to join metals with heat
The process that connects pieces of material by heating until molten and fused together
weld steel
A compound of iron, such as puddled steel, made without complete fusion
weld together
bond together
shipper weld
A temporary weld that shippers use to keep equipment secure during shipping
spot weld
A weld made by spot welding
spot weld
To join pieces of metal using spot welding
welder
One who welds, or wields
fillet weld
A weld of approximately triangular cross section used to join two pieces especially perpendicularly
Theodore Dwight Weld
born Nov. 23, 1803, Hampton, Conn., U.S. died Feb. 3, 1895, Hyde Park, Mass. U.S. reformer. He left divinity studies to become an agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society (1834). His pamphlets The Bible Against Slavery (1837) and Slavery as It Is (1839) helped convert figures such as James Birney, Henry Ward Beecher, and Harriet Beecher Stowe to the antislavery cause. He married his coworker Angelina Grimké (1838), and they directed schools and taught in New Jersey and Massachusetts. In 1841-43 Weld organized an antislavery reference bureau in Washington, D.C., to assist congressmen seeking to repeal the gag rule restricting the consideration of antislavery petitions in Congress
butt weld
See Butt weld, under Butt
butt weld
A welded butt joint
butt weld
A circumferential weld in pipe fusing the abutting pipe walls completely from inside wall to outside wall
butt weld
A weld of members butting against each other
butt weld
Weld made to join two strip ends set against each other
butt weld
a weld that joins two members end to end
butt weld
A weld in a butt joint
butt weld
a butt joint that is welded
butt weld
process in which the edges or ends of metal sections are butted together and joined by welding
butt-weld
join by a buttweld
fillet weld
a weld that joins intersecting members by depositing weld metal to form a near-triangular or fillet-shaped junction of the member surfaces This weld serves to unite the intersecting surfaces of two elements of a member
fillet weld
Joining method of filling an inside edge with welding metal
fillet weld
A weld of approximately triangular cross section, as used in a lap joint, joining two surfaces at approximately right angles to each other
fillet weld
A weld joining two pieces of metal that are more or less perpendicular to each other
fillet weld
A weld where two pieces of metal or other material are welded together at a right angle on the inside of the joint
fillet weld
a weld of triangular or fillet shaped cross-section between two pieces at right angles
plug weld
a weld joining two members produced by depositing weld metal within holes cut through one or more of the members; also known as slot weld
plug weld
A weld in a slot in a piece of steel which overlaps another piece A principle use for a plug weld is to transmit shear in a lap joint See Slot Weld and Puddle Weld
plug weld
A weld is made in a hole in one member of a lap joint, joining that member to that portion of the surface of the other member which is exposed through the hole The walls of the hole may or may not be parallel, and the hole may be partially or completely filled with the weld metal
plug weld
a weld that connects two overlapping members by placing weld material in a hole or slot drilled in one of the overlapping members
spot weld
each of the welds made by welding at a separate point
tack weld
Usually refers to a temporary weld used to hold parts in place while more extensive, final welds are made In some sheet metal applications, tack welds may provide sufficient strength to eliminate the need for an "all-around" fillet weld
tack weld
A small weld used to hold pieces of an assembly in place prior to the final (continuous) welding
tack weld
Usually refers to a temporary weld used to hold parts in place while more extensive final welds are made In some sheet metal applications, tack gelds may provide sufficient strength to eliminate the need for an "all around" fillet weld
weldable
that is able to be welded
weldable
Capable of being welded
welded
past of weld
welder
One who welds, or unites pieces of iron, etc., by welding
welder
by welding
welder
A manager; an actual occupant
welder
joins pieces of metal by welding them together
welder
One who welds, or unites pieces of iron, etc
welder
{i} one who welds, one who unites or fuses metal by means of heat
welder
A welder is a person whose job is welding metal
welding
Joining two or more pieces of metal by applying heat, pressure, or both, with or without filler material to produce a localized union through fusion or recrystallization across the interface
welding
To unite or fuse, as pieces of metal, by hammering, compressing, or the like, especially after rendering soft or pasty by heat, and sometimes with the addition of fusible material like or unlike the pieces to be united
welding
A process of joining similar metals by heating them so that they melt into one another Compare to brazing
welding
A process of joining metals by heating until they are fused together, or by heating and applying pressure until there is a plastic joining action Filler metal may or may not be used
welding
The joining of thermoplastics materials by one of several softening process-hot-gas torch, heated rollers or strips, friction or high-frequency heating
welding
Technique for joining metallic parts, usually through the application of heat. Discovered in the 1st millennium AD during attempts to manipulate iron into useful shapes, the technique produced a strong, tough blade. Welding traditionally involved interlayering relatively soft and tough iron with high-carbon material, followed by hammer forging. Modern welding processes include gas welding, arc welding, and resistance welding. More recently, electron-beam welding, laser welding, and several solid-phase processes such as diffusion bonding, friction welding, and ultrasonic joining have been developed. See also brazing, soldering
welding
A method of manufacture or repair involving joining two pieces of metal or plastic by fusion. Heat is normaly used such as an open flame (i.e. acetylene, propane or butane), laser light or electric arc, and the fusion may be autogenous or with the addition of a similar substance to the weld pool
welding
fastening two pieces of metal together by softening with heat and applying pressure
welding
A process used to join metals by the application of heat Fusion welding, which includes gas, arc, and resistance welding, requires that the parent metals be melted This distinguishes fusion welding from brazing In pressure welding joining is accomplished by the use of heat and pressure without melting The parts that are being welded are pressed together and heated simultaneously, so that recrystallization occurs across the interface Joining two or more pieces of material by applying heat or pressure, or both, with or without filler metal, to produce a loxalized union through fusion or recrystallization across the interface
welding
Joining the ends of two wires, rods or groups of wires (1) by fusing, using the application of heat or pressure or both, by means of a flame torch, electric arc or electric current; or (2) by cold pressure
welding
{i} something welded; act of uniting pieces of metal through heat
welding
the joining of two metal surfaces that have been heated, melted, and fused together
welds
plural of , weld
welds
third-person singular of weld
weld
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