drilling

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İngilizce - Türkçe
makkap
delen
diril
sondaj çalışması
sondajlama
{f} del

Biz çatıyı deliyoruz. - We are drilling the roof.

sondaj yapma
delme
delerek
{i} talim
matkap
delici
delik açma
drill
delmek
drill
matkap

Kapıyı matkapla delemem. Bu Ken'in işi. - I cannot drill the door. This is Ken's job.

Yüksek sesli matkap, kocasına baş ağrısı verdi. - The loud drill gave her husband a headache.

drill
delgi
drill
talim
drill
tatbikat

Dün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptık. - We had a fire drill yesterday.

Bugün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptığımızı duydum. - I hear we're having a fire drill today.

drilling equipment
(Askeri) sondaj aletleri
drilling equipment
sondaj donanımı
drilling fluid
sondaj çamuru
drilling fluid
sondaj sıvısı
drilling machine
sondaj makinesi
drilling mud
(Coğrafya,Teknik) sondaj çamuru
drilling platform
sondaj kulesi
drilling rate
sondaj hızı
drilling rig
(Jeoloji) sondaj aleti
drilling rig
(Ticaret) sondaj kulesi
drilling works
sondaj çalışmaları
drilling bit
matkap ucu
drilling capacity
delme kapasitesi
drilling core
karot
drilling hammer
delme çekici
drilling hammer
lağımcı varyozu
drilling hammer
matkap çekici
drilling machine
delme makinesi
drilling platform
petrol sondaj platformu
drilling platform
petrol sondaj kulesi
drilling rate
delme hızı
drilling table
matkap tablası
drilling jig
sondaj jig
drilling machine
(Mühendislik) delme tezgahı, matkap tezgahı
drilling pipes
sondaj boruları
drilling ring
delme halka
drilling tower
sondaj kulesi
drilling and blasting
(Madencilik) delme ve patlatma
drilling barge
(Askeri) sondaj dubası
drilling engineer
sondaj mühendisi
drilling jig
delgi aygıtı
drilling jig
delik masdarı
drilling journal
sondaj günlüğü
drilling method
delme yöntemi
drilling parameter
(Coğrafya) sondaj parametreleri
drilling pier
(Jeoloji) sondaj ayağı
drilling pressure
(Jeoloji) delme basıncı
drilling rig
delme tesisatı
drilling rod
burgu mili
drilling rod
sondaj çubuğu
drilling support
delme desteği
drilling table
delgi tablası
drilling table
delme çizelgesi
drilling tools
sondaj teçhizatı
drilling tools
sondaj aygıtları
drilling tower
kuyu açma kulesi
drilling water
(Jeoloji) sondaj suyu
drilling window
sondaj aralığı
dry drilling
(Jeoloji) kuru sondaj
drill
(Askeri) eğitim
drill
{f} (matkapla) delmek
diamond drilling
(Jeoloji) elmaslı sondaj
drill
delme
drill
(Diş Hekimliği) delici
drill
sondaj

Tom'un şirketi petrol için sondaj yapıyor. - Tom's company is drilling for oil.

Denizde sondaj masrafları artıyor. - Offshore drilling costs are rising.

drill
(Diş Hekimliği) frez
drill
(Tarım) mibzer
drill
(Tarım) ekim makinesi
drill
matkap ucu
drill
açmak
drill
alıştırma yapmak
drill
(Tekstil) delme makinesi
drill
alıştırma yaptırmak
drill
matkap ile delik açmak
drill
delmek (matkapla)
drill
sondajla açma
drill
burgulamak
drill
sondalamak
drill
egzersiz
drill
delik
offshore drilling
(Çevre) deniz dibi sondajı
air drilling hammer
delici havalı çekiç
churn drilling
halatlı sondaj
diamond drilling
elmaslı delme
drill
{f} talim yapmak
drill
(matkapla delik) açmak
drill
alıştırmak
drill
{f} tohum ekmek
drill
öğretmek
drill
{f} del

Hiç bu duvarı deldin mi? - Have you ever drilled this wall?

Kapıyı matkapla delemem. Bu Ken'in işi. - I cannot drill the door. This is Ken's job.

drill
talim yaptırmak
drill
eğitmek
electron beam drilling
elektron ışınlı delme
laser beam drilling
lazer ışınıyla delme
offshore drilling
deniz sondajı
offshore drilling
deniz dibi delmesi
prospection drilling
araştırma sondajı
Potter Drilling
Yeraltı sıcak su kuyusu açma
concrete drilling
beton delme
deep drilling
derin sondaj, derin delme
deep-hole drilling machine
(Mühendislik) derin delik delme tezgahı
dowell drilling
Cakmakuyu sondajı
dowell drilling machine
Çakma kuyu sondaj (delme) makinası
flush drilling
yikamali delme
gang drilling machine
(Mühendislik) çok milli delme tezgahı
impact drilling
vurgulu delme
offshore drilling
deniz sondajı, deniz dibi delmesi
oil drilling
petrol sondaj
percussion drilling
darbeli sondaj
percussive drilling
vurmalı delme
prospection drilling
araştırma sondajı, araştırma delmesi
radial drilling machine
radyal matkap
rapid percussion drilling
hızlı vurmalı delme
self-drilling screw
Akıllı vida
shot drilling
bilyalarla sondaj, toparcikla delme
trial drilling
Deneme sondajı
bench drilling machine
tezgah matkabı
blasthole drilling
lağım deliği delme
cable drilling
kablo sondajı
cable drilling
darbeli sondaj
churn drilling
(Madencilik) halatlı delme
core drilling
karotlu sondaj
deep drilling
(Madencilik) derin delme
deep-sea drilling programme
derin-deniz sondaj programı
diamond drilling bit
elmaslı matkap ucu
drill
delik açmak
drill
matkapla delmek
drill
kuyu açmak
drill
{f} sonda ile yoklamak
drill
tarh
drill
batı afrika mandril maymunu
drill
kaba pamuklu kumaş
drill
tohum ekme makinesi
drill
diril
drill
makine ile tohum ekmek
drill
eker
drill
sondaj yapmak
drill
çalıştırmak
drill
tohum yatağı
drill
{f} ask. talim yaptırmak; talim yapmak
drill
(Tıp) Kemik, diş gibi sert yapı gösteren oluşumu oyarak delmede kullanılan alet, matkap, delgi
drill
(Tıp) Sert bir maddeyi oyarak delik açmak
drill
Urosalpinx cinerea
drill
(Askeri) Eğitim yapmak
drill
dersi birkaç ker
drill
istiridyeleri yok eden bir çeşit kabuklu deniz hayvanı
drill
sondaj aleti
drill
{i} alıştırma
drill
{i} ask. talim
drill
(Askeri) EĞİTİM: Ekip halinde çalışmak, kontrol ve disiplini geliştirmek ve kolaylık sağlamak için öğretilen ve tatbikatı yapılan hareketler
drill
matkapla delik açma usulü
drill
talim yaptı
exploratory drilling
(Madencilik) araştırma sondajı
flush drilling
(Madencilik) yıkamalı delme
flush drilling
(Madencilik) yıkamalı sondaj
geologic drilling
jeolojik sondaj
grout hole drilling
enjeksiyon deliği açılması
inclined drilling
eğimli sondaj
oil drilling rig
(Askeri) petrol sondaj donanımı
percussion drilling
darbeli delme
percussion drilling
darbeli sondaj yapma
percussion drilling
vuruşlu sondaj
percussion drilling machine
vuruşlu sondaj makinesi
percussive drilling
(Madencilik) vurmalı deline
percussive rotary drilling
darbeli rotari sondaj
pillar drilling
sütunlu matkap
pillar drilling
sütunlu delme
pneumatic drilling
basınçlı havalı sondaj
prospecting by drilling
(Madencilik) maden arama sondajları
prospection drilling
(Madencilik) araştırma delmesi
radial drilling
radyal sondaj
radial drilling machine
(Askeri) radyal matkap tezgahı
rotary drilling
döner sondaj
secondary drilling
(Madencilik) sekonder delme
underground drilling
yeraltı sondajı
underground drilling
yeraltı delgisi
wash drilling
sulu sondaj
wash drilling
sulu delgi
wash drilling
su jeti sondajı
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of drill
A long firearm with three (or rarely, four) barrels
The act of drilling'''
{i} act of boring a hole; hole that has been drilled
Holes for three ring binding are drilled, rather than punched The standard hole punch used in most offices can only punch a few sheets at a time However, a specialized drilling machine performs the same function on up to 1000 sheets in a single pass
the act of drilling a hole in the earth in the hope of producing petroleum
Operation of producing a circular hole by removing solid metal
The intensive and repetitive practice of the target language, which may be choral or individual
For sheets to be bound in looseleaf folders or spiral-type bindings Done by a special machine that has a row of drills, which can penetrate a greater thickness of sheets than can punches
A training by repeated exercises
the act of drilling
A heavy, twilled fabric of linen or cotton
(v) A process that uses a rotating cutting tool to produce holes It can also refer more specifically to a process that produces holes using twist drill bits
The use of such a machine to create holes for exploration or for loading with explosives
Finishing process used to make holes in paper Standard 3-hole, 2-hole, or custom drilling is available in various hole dimensions
the process by which a hole is bored into the earth, usually to find and remove subsurface formation fluids such as oil and gas
A firearm with three barrels
The operation of producing a hole by removing material from a solid mass using a cutting tool called a drill
The act of boring a hole through which oil or gas may be produced if encountered in commercial quantities
The act of piercing with a drill
Boring into the earth to access geothermal resources, usually with oil and gas drilling equipment that has been modified to meet geothermal requirements
Fluid: any substance, such as air or gas, water or oil base muds, circulated in a well during drilling operations
The act of using a drill in sowing seeds
the act of making a hole in the ground using mechanical means
Piercing a hole in rock In exploration, drilling allows for samples of the rock to be taken In mining, it is used to insert explosives for blasting
Making a round hole or cavity by boring directly into a solid surface with rotating bits
An indicator of whether a platform is drilling
The act of boring a hole (1) to determine whether minerals are present in commercially recoverable quantities and (2) to accomplish production of the minerals (including drilling to inject fluids) Exploratory Drilling to locate probable mineral deposits or to establish the nature of geological structures; such wells may not be capable of production if minerals are discovered
drilling engineer
An engineer who develops, plans, costs and supervises the operations necessary for drilling oil and gas wells
drilling a hole
boring a hole, making a hole in a surface with a power drill
drilling bit
a bit used in drilling for oil
drilling fluid
Fluids continuously circulated down the wellbore, to cool and lubricate the drill bit, lubricate the drill pipe, carry rock cuttings to the surface and control down hole pressure
drilling fluid
drilling mud: a mixture of clays and chemicals and water; pumped down the drill pipe to lubricate and cool the drilling bit and to flush out the cuttings and to strengthen the sides of the hole
drilling fluid
Fluid used to lubricate the bit and convey drill cuttings to the surface with rotary drilling equipment Usually composed of bentonite slurry or muddy water Can become contaminated, leading to cross contamination, and may require special disposal
drilling fluid
HTHP Prevention Synthetic Mud
drilling fluid
circulating fluid or gas which forces cuttings out of the wellbore to the surface
drilling machine
{i} machine with a drill bit for boring holes
drilling mud
A mixture of clays, water and chemicals pumped in and out of the well bore during drilling Drilling mud provides circulation, flushing rock cuttings from the bottom of the well bore to the surface It maintains pressure at the bottom of the well bore and cakes the uncased well bore wall to provide some protection against cave-ins ConocoPhillips' brand of drilling mud is called Soltex
drilling mud
lubricating mixture of clays, water and chemicals which carry away rock cuttings and maintain pressure at the bit end
drilling mud
A mixture of clays, water, and chemicals used in drilling operations to lubricate and cool the drill bit, carry drilling wastes to the surface, prevent the walls of the well from collapsing, and to keep the upward flow of oil or gas under control
drilling mud
- The fluids used in drilling to control pressure and serve as a lubricant
drilling mud
In drilling operations, a special mixture of clay, water, or refined oil, and chemical additives pumped down through the drill pipe and drill bit The mud cools the rapidly rotating bit and lubricates the drill pipe as it turns
drilling mud
A common term for drilling fluids
drilling mud
Mixture of water and special additives circulating within the well for the purpose of : cooling the drill-bit removing rock cuttings and transporting them back up to the surface preventing the well wall from caving in maintaining sufficient pressure at the well bottom to avoid hydrocarbon blowout
drilling mud
A mixture of a relatively homogenous, viscous fluid produced by the suspension of clay size particles in water Drilling fluid additives included
drilling mud
a mixture of clays and chemicals and water; pumped down the drill pipe to lubricate and cool the drilling bit and to flush out the cuttings and to strengthen the sides of the hole
drilling mud
A mixture of clay, water, chemical additives, and weighting materials that flushes rock cuttings from a well, lubricates and cools the drill bit, maintains the required pressure at the bottom of the well, prevents the wall of the borehole from crumbing or collapsing, and prevents other fluids from entering the well bore
drilling pipe
a series of tube (joined by screwed collars) that connects a drilling platform to the drilling bit; rotates the bit and supplies drilling mud
drilling platform
a large structure in the sea used for drilling for oil, gas etc
drilling platform
drilling rig consisting of an offshore platform (floating or fixed to the sea bed) from which many oil wells can be bored radially
drilling rig
rig used in drilling for oil or gas
drilling rig
The surface equipment used to drill for oil or gas, consisting chiefly of a derrick, a winch for lifting and lowering drill pipe, a rotary table to turn the drill pipe, and engines to drive the winch and rotary table
drilling rig
A structure, which drills wells in the bottom in order to search for oil
drilling rig
The complete machinery and structures needed for drilling a well
drilling wells
boring holes in the ground to make a well (from which oil, water, etc. is taken)
drill
An activity done as an exercise or practice (especially a military exercise)

Regular fire drills can ensure that everyone knows how to exit safely in an emergency.

drill
Any of several molluscs, of the genus Urosalpinx, that drill holes in the shells of other animals
drill
To create (a hole) by removing material with a drill (1)

Drill a small hole to start the screw in the right direction.

drill
A strong, durable cotton fabric with a strong bias (diagonal) in the weave
drill
To hit or kick with a lot of power

Without compromising he drilled the ball home, leaving Dynamos' ill-fated keeper diving for fresh air.

drill
To cause one's subordinates to drill (2)

The sergeant was up by 6:00 every morning, drilling his troops.

drill
To repeat an idea frequently in order to encourage someone to remember it

The instructor drilled into us the importance of reading the instructions.

drill
An Old World monkey of West Africa, Mandrillus leucophaeus, similar in appearance to the mandrill, but lacking the colorful face
drill
To investigate or examine something in more detail or at a different level

Drill deeper and you may find the underlying assumptions faulty.

self-drilling screw
A fastener that taps and drills its own hole during application
drill
{n} a sharp instrument, small furrow, baboon
drill
{v} to bore, cut, delay, drag slowly, range
horizontal directional drilling
Directional boring, commonly called horizontal directional drilling or HDD, is a steerable trenchless method of installing underground pipes, conduits and cables in a shallow arc along a prescribed bore path by using a surface launched drilling rig, with minimal impact on the surrounding area. Directional boring is used when trenching or excavating is not practical. Directional boring minimizes environmental disruption. It is suitable for a variety of soil conditions and jobs including road, landscape and river crossings. Installation lengths up to 6,500’ (2,000m) have been completed, and diameters up to 48” (1,200mm) have been installed in shorter runs. Pipes can be made of materials such as PVC, polyethylene, Ductile iron, and steel if the pipes can be pulled through the drilled hole
bench drilling machine
drill attached to table
core drilling
Mobile drilling rigs, sometimes mounted on trucks or transported by helicopter, provide cores of rock which are analysed by geologists The cores provide detailed information on rock formation and structure and geochemistry
core drilling
Core drills are 3- and 4-fluted cutters used to enlarge previously drilled core or pierced holes
core drilling
The process to recover core samples of rock or sand formations A tube with cutting edges on the bottom circumference is lowered into the well bore on the drill pipe and rotated to cut a cylindrical sample
core drilling
The process by which a cylindrical sample of rock and other strata is obtained by using a hollow-drilling bit that cuts and retains a section of the material penetrated
drill
To cut or bore a hole in coal, ore or rock for blasting, exploration or other purpose
drill
To cause to slip or waste away by degrees
drill
To sow in furrows
drill
undergo military training or do military exercises
drill
An implement for making holes for sowing seed, and sometimes so formed as to contain seeds and drop them into the hole made
drill
An oblong tool made of flaked stone used in drilling holes in wood, leather or hides Oftentimes, drills were made from well used projectile points which were near end of life and thus many drills maintain the stem and hafting area of the original point type
drill
A method of planting seed with an implement that places the seed in closely spaced rows on or slightly below the surface of the soil
drill
A drill is a tool or machine that you use for making holes. pneumatic drills. a dentist's drill
drill
train in the military, e g , in the use of weapons
drill
Same as Drilling
drill
If you drill people, you teach them to do something by making them repeat it many times. He drills the choir to a high standard
drill
When people drill for oil or water, they search for it by drilling deep holes in the ground or in the bottom of the sea. There have been proposals to drill for more oil The team is still drilling. + drilling drill·ing Drilling is due to start early next year
drill
To sow in drills
drill
To train in the military art; to exercise diligently, as soldiers, in military evolutions and exercises; hence, to instruct thoroughly in the rudiments of any art or branch of knowledge; to discipline
drill
make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool; "don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"; "drill a hole into the wall"; "drill for oil"
drill
A row of seed sown in a furrow
drill
systematic training by multiple repetitions; "practice makes perfect"
drill
The actual drilling of holes into paper for ring or comb binding
drill
{f} bore a hole; practice, train; sow seeds in rows
drill
learn by repetition; "We drilled French verbs every day"; "Pianists practice scales"
drill
Fibre: Cotton Weave: Twill Left-hand twill From top left to lower right L2/1 or L3/1 Characteristics Closer, flatter wales that ganardine Medium weight and course yarns are used Also made in some other weights Some left in the grey but can be bleached or dyed When dyed a khaki colour it is known by that name Uses: Uniforms, work clothes, slip covers, sportswear, and many industrial uses
drill
Drilling holes to accommodate a loose left binder It doesn't have to be three holes; we do one to seven
drill
in the use of weapons undergo military training or do military exercises learn by repetition; "We drilled French verbs every day"; "Pianists practice scales"
drill
A disciplined, repetitious exercise to teach and perfect a skill or procedure; e g , fire, man overboard, abandon ship A standardized, instantaneous, and instinctive action or procedure which is a trained response to a stimulus; e g , enemy action, leader's order See battle drill
drill
An exercise involving a portion or part of a stoke, used to improve technique
drill
A piece of equipment for seeding that is pulled behind a tractor The drill is used to plant wheat and other small seed crops It makes a long groove in the soil, drops the seeds into it and then covers and firms the soil above the seed
drill
an exercise designed primarily to improve the technique of a swimmer Many drills focus on a single aspect of a stroke or stroke technique A commonly-used drill is swimming freestyle with one arm only
drill
teach by repetition
drill
A tool used for perforating wood, bone, and soft stone
drill
To create a hole by removing material with a drill (1)
drill
When you drill into something or drill a hole in something, you make a hole in it using a drill. He drilled into the wall of Lili's bedroom I drilled five holes at equal distance
drill
The portion of a drilling tool that drives the bit
drill
To trickle
drill
To practice, especially in a military context
drill
a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
drill
A large African baboon (Cynocephalus leucophæus)
drill
{i} tool for drilling holes; practice, training; furrow; seeding machine; row of seeds in a furrow
drill
this refers to stroke drills used to improve the efficiency of your strokes Invest your time wisely when drilling A more efficient stroke allows you to swim with less effort, and will help prevent shoulder injuries
drill
(military) the training of soldiers to march (as in ceremonial parades) or to perform the manual of arms
drill
A marine gastropod, of several species, which kills oysters and other bivalves by drilling holes through the shell
drill
A short tactical exercise [ Return to Top ]
drill
To sow, as seeds, by dribbling them along a furrow or in a row, like a trickling rill of water
drill
(military) the training of soldiers to march (as in ceremonial parades) or to perform the manual of arms similar to the mandrill but smaller and less brightly colored a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows) train in the military, e
drill
The act or exercise of training soldiers in the military art, as in the manual of arms, in the execution of evolutions, and the like; hence, diligent and strict instruction and exercise in the rudiments and methods of any business; a kind or method of military exercises; as, infantry drill; battalion drill; artillery drill
drill
To entice; to allure from step; to decoy; with on
drill
A small trickling stream; a rill
drill
a tool used for making small round holes in wood, plastic and metal
drill
A drill is repeated training for a group of people, especially soldiers, so that they can do something quickly and efficiently. The Marines carried out a drill that included 18 ships and 90 aircraft
drill
similar to the mandrill but smaller and less brightly colored
drill
An instrument with an edged or pointed end used for making holes in hard substances; strictly, a tool that cuts with its end, by revolving, as in drilling metals, or by a succession of blows, as in drilling stone; also, a drill press
drill
The most destructive kind is Urosalpinx cinerea
drill
A machine utilizing rotation, percussion (hammering), or a combination of both to make holes If the hole is much over 0 4m in diameter, the machine is called a borer
drill
To cause ones subordinates to drill (2)
drill
A drill is a way that teachers teach their students something by making them repeat it many times. The teacher runs them through a drill -- the days of the week, the weather and some counting
drill
practicing the basic maneuvers of infantry [or cavalry] Drill can be done at the Company, Battalion or Regimental level
drill
A strong, twilled cotton fabric with a diagonal weave similar to denim Also known as Khaki when dyed that color
drill
To cause to flow in drills or rills or by trickling; to drain by trickling; as, waters drilled through a sandy stratum
drill
The movement of the band on the field Written as pictures, it tells each student where they are supposed to be positioned at any given point in time during the show The students learn it in "pages", and it usually takes all summer for them to put it together
drill
A tool used to remove material so as to create a hole, typically by plunging a rotating cutting bit into a stationary workpiece
drill
A drill is a routine exercise or activity, in which people practise what they should do in dangerous situations. a fire drill. air-raid drills. Durable cotton or linen twill of varying weights, generally used for work clothes. A baboon (Papio leucophaeus) of western Africa, related to and resembling the mandrill. Tool to make holes, usually by revolving. Drills, gimlets, and augers have cutting edges that detach material to leave a hole. Drilling usually requires high speed and low torque, with little material being removed during each revolution of the tool. The earliest (perhaps Bronze Age) drill points had sharp edges that ultimately developed into arrow shapes with two distinct cutting edges. This shape was effective and remained popular until the late 19th century, when factory-made, spiral-fluted twist drills became available at reasonable cost to displace the blacksmith-made articles. Rotating drill bits containing diamonds or other hard materials are used for drilling rock, as for tunnels or oil wells. See also drill press. In military science, the preparation of soldiers for performance of their duties through the practice of prescribed movements. It trains soldiers in battle formations, familiarizes them with their weapons, and develops a sense of teamwork and discipline. Today close-order drill is used for marching, ceremonies, and parades; combat drill is used to practice the looser routines of battle. It was introduced by the Greeks, who practiced the maneuvers of the phalanx. Careful training of the legions was a major factor in the Roman Empire's dominance. After Rome's decline, drill largely disappeared and battles became free-for-all combats. Gustav II Adolf of Sweden led in reintroducing drill techniques in early 17th-century Europe. Large, short-tailed monkey (Mandrillus leucophaeus, family Cercopithecidae). Formerly found from Nigeria to Cameroon, it is now restricted to remote forest regions of Cameroon because of hunting and deforestation. Like the related mandrill, the drill is stout-bodied and has vividly coloured buttocks. The male is about 32 in. (82 cm) long and has a black face. Its lower lip is bright red, the hairs around the face and a tuft behind the ears are yellowish white, and the rest of the fur is olive-brown. An omnivore, it is mainly terrestrial, gregarious, and powerful, and it can fight ferociously if molested
drill
In the printing arena, to drill a whole in a printed matter
drill
Process of forming holes by mechanical, laser or plasma means
drill
This term has two applications in the fire service, both related to training A drill can be a class given at the station on how to use a certain piece of equipment or how to conduct various aspects of firefighting A drill could also be a response by fire apparatus from one or more departments to a simulated incident A simulated fire is sometimes called an exercise
drill
A light furrow or channel made to put seed into sowing
drill
To practice an exercise or exercises; to train one's self
drill
To pierce or bore with a drill, or a with a drill; to perforate; as, to drill a hole into a rock; to drill a piece of metal
drill
Any exercise, physical or mental, enforced with regularity and by constant repetition; as, a severe drill in Latin grammar
drill
You can drill to see the information in a report in different levels of detail Drill relationships between items are defined by the Data Query Administrator
drill
drill a strong denim-like material with a diagonal 2 x 1 weave running toward the left salvage Drill is often called khaki when it is dyed that color
electric drilling machine
drilling machine that is operated by means of electricity
oil drilling
drilling in the earth in search of oil
trial drilling
drilling into the Earth in an attempt to find oil or water
well drilling
{i} procedure of drilling a hole in the ground in order to draw or pull out natural resource (petroleum, natural gas, etc.)
drilling

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    drîlîng

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    /ˈdrələɴɢ/ /ˈdrɪlɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dril ] (verb.) 1622. From the verb to drill

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    drilling rig, drilling down

    Videolar

    ... in Alaska, drilling offshore in Virginia where the people want it. Those things will get ...
    ... And that means, yes, we still continue to open up new areas for drilling. We continue ...

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