elbow

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dirsek

O, kaburgalarıma dirsek vurdu. - He elbowed me in the ribs.

Nancy dirseklerini dizlerinin üstüne koydu. - Nancy put her elbows on her knees.

boru dirseği
(Tıp) elbov
dirsekle itmek
dalga kılavuzu
dirsekle vurmak
yol açmak
dirsekle dürtmek
dirseklemek
dirsek atmak
at his elbow yanı başında
{i} dirsek biçiminde eğim
dili alın teri
elbow grease k
emek
{f} itelemek
elinin altında
up to the elbows çok meşgul
perişan
pejmürde
dirsek şekli
dirsek a

Çok yaygın bir tip dirsek ağrısı, İngilizcede tenisçi dirseği olarak bilinir. - A very common type of elbow pain is known as tennis elbow in English.

{f} dirsekle itmek/vurmak, dirseklemek; ite kaka yol açmak
rub elbows with vakit geçirmek
{f} ite kaka yol açmak
kılıksız
{i} dönemeç
eklem

Dirsek; üst kol ve alt kol arasındaki eklemdir. - The elbow is the joint between the upper arm and the lower arm.

Sol dirseğimdeki eklem acıyor. - The joint in my left elbow hurts.

elbow grease
(deyim) alın teri
elbow grease
el emeği
elbow patch
(Tekstil) dirsek yaması
elbow telescope
(Askeri) dirsekli dürbün
elbow grease
emek
elbow clamp
Dirsek kilit
elbow pads
dirsek pedleri
elbow bone
(Anatomi) dirsek kemiği
elbow chair
koltuk
elbow connector
(Bilgisayar) dirsekli bağlayıcı
elbow connector
(Bilgisayar) dirsek bağlayıcısı
elbow filling
(İnşaat) deve boynu
elbow grease
ince iş
elbow grease
cilalama
elbow nipple
dirsek nipeli
elbow nipple
dirsekli nipel
elbow out
atmak
elbow out
kovmak
elbow smb. out
kovmak
elbow smb. out
atmak
elbow telescobe
(Askeri) makaslı dürbün
elbow telescope
(Askeri) DİRSEKLİ DÜRBÜN: (L) şeklinde ve göz camları hedefe doğru bir dik açı teşkil eden dürbün
elbow through
ite kaka yol açmak
elbow union
dirsekli rakor
to elbow
dirsek atmak
at his elbow
elinin altında
bend one's elbow
(deyim) içmeye gitmek
bend one's elbow
(deyim) içmek
tennis elbow
(Tıp) tenisçi dirseği

Senin tenisçi dirseğin var. Kolunu sıcak suya batır. - You have tennis elbow. Soak your arm in warm water.

at one's elbow
elinin altında
at one's elbow
yanı başında
not know one's arse from one's elbow
elifi görüp mertek sanmak
pipe elbow
boru dirseği
raise the elbow too often
kafayı bulmak
at elbow
dirsek
elbowed
dirsek

Tom beni kaburgalarımdan dirsekledi. - Tom elbowed me in the ribs.

O, kaburgalarıma dirsek vurdu. - He elbowed me in the ribs.

exhaust elbow
egzoz dirseği
give someone the elbow
Birini göndererek ondan kurtulmak
one who nudges (especially with the elbow)
Bir Tepki (özellikle dirsek)
tennis elbow
kolun dış (lateral) kısmında oluşan ağrı
to elbow
Dirsek
waveguide elbow
dalga kılavuzu dirseği
at one's elbow
yanıbaşında
at one's elbow
yardıma hazır
be at one's elbow
yanı başında olmak, yanında olmak
corrugated elbow
dirsek şeklinde spiral boru
drain elbow
tahliye dirseği
duct elbow
kanal dirseği
gored elbow
açık dirsek
having an elbow
dirsekli
lower elbow
(Tıp) alt dirsek
miner's elbow
(Tıp) Dirsek bölgesinde bulunan bir kese (bursa) nın iltihabı
miter elbow
köşeli dirsek
reducing elbow
redüksiyon dirsek
reducing elbow
redüksiyonlu dirsek
reducing elbow
daraltıcı dirsek
street elbow
(İnşaat,Teknik) kuyruklu dirsek
swivelling elbow
döner dirsek
union elbow
rakorlu dirsek
welding elbow
kaynaklı dirsek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To push with the elbow; to jostle or force

He elbowed his way through the crowd.

The joint between the upper arm and the forearm
A pipe fitting that turns a corner
{v} to push with the elbow, jut out, bend
{n} the bend of the arm, a corner, an angle
To push rudely along; to elbow one's way
A pound of pot
To push or hit with the elbow, as when one pushes by another
the joint of a mammal or bird that corresponds to the human elbow
a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it
A sharp angle in any surface of wainscoting or other woodwork; the upright sides which flank any paneled work, as the sides of windows, where the jamb makes an elbow with the window back
-A device used to connect a medium voltage cable to an electrical component such as a switch or transformer Its name is derrived from the fact that its shape is an "L" Elbows are manufactured by the Elastimold division of Thomas & Betts
A robotic joint that moves similar to the human elbow
elbow An L-shaped pipe fitting used to form an angle between adjacent pipes; the angles are 6, 11 1/4, 22 1/2, 45, and 90 degrees for aluminum fittings and 45 and 90 degrees for steel fittings
to rub elbows with: see rub. to push someone with your elbows, especially in order to move past them elbow your way through/past/into etc sth (=move through a group of people by pushing past them)
(n) A pound of marijuana
hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped
To jut into an angle; to project or to bend after the manner of an elbow
the joint of a mammal or bird that corresponds to the human elbow the part of a sleeve that covers the elbow; "his coat had patches over the elbows"
If someone or something elbows their way somewhere, or elbows other people or things out of the way, they achieve success by being aggressive and determined. Non-state firms gradually elbow aside the inefficient state-owned ones Environmental concerns will elbow their way right to the top of the agenda
Where you have one mini-half pipe at an angle next to another one allowing you to transfer between them
Curved fittings, usually 90° or 45°, used to change the direction of a pipe run Also called "ells " Back to alphabetical list
An insulated and shielded device for connecting high-voltage cables to apparatus
n siku
A 90 or 45 degree plumbing fitting Used where your pipes take a turn
a sharp bend in a road or river
A plumbing fitting shaped at a 90 degree or a 45 degree angle usually made of metal, PVC or some other plastic
A 45º or 90º plumbing fitting
{f} shove with one's elbow, jostle, push
a sharp bend in a road or river a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped shove one's elbow into another person's ribs push one's way with the elbows
If you elbow people aside or elbow your way somewhere, you push people with your elbows in order to move somewhere. They also claim that the security team elbowed aside a steward Mr Smith elbowed me in the face Brand elbowed his way to the centre of the group of bystanders. = jostle
A curved sheet metal transition that directs air flow out of a package unit and into a homes ductwork
push one's way with the elbows
the part of a sleeve that covers the elbow; "his coat had patches over the elbows"
The joint or bend of the arm; the outer curve in the middle of the arm when bent
{i} joint located in the middle of the human arm
A pipe fitting with two openings that changes the direction of the line Also called an ell It comes in a variety of angles, from 22 1/2° to 90°
a plumbing fitting shaped at a 90 degree or a 45 degree angle usually made of metal, PVC or some other plastic EPA: abbreviation for the federal Environmental Protection Agency Escutcheon plate: an ornamental shield, flange or border used around a pipe, plumbing fitting, grab rail or light Back to Top
the joint of a mammal or bird that corresponds to the human elbow the part of a sleeve that covers the elbow; "his coat had patches over the elbows" a sharp bend in a road or river a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped shove one's elbow into another person's ribs push one's way with the elbows
Your elbow is the part of your arm where the upper and lower halves of the arm are joined. He slipped and fell, badly bruising an elbow
A plumbing or electrical fitting that lets you change directions in runs of pipe or conduit
an angled shape plastic part that connects the hopper to the feed tube on some paintball markers
A pipe fitting with two openings that changes the direction of the line Also called an ell It comes in a variety of angles, from 22 1/2° to 90°
Any turn or bend like that of the elbow, in a wall, building, and the like; a sudden turn in a line of coast or course of a river; also, an angular or jointed part of any structure, as the raised arm of a chair or sofa, or a short pipe fitting, turning at an angle or bent
A plumbing fitting used to change the direction of rigid pipe or tubing
shove one's elbow into another person's ribs
elbow bone
Ulna, the main forearm bone
elbow bone
Olecranon, at the elbow end of the ulna
elbow bones
The parts of both the ulna (forearm bone) and the humerus (upper arm bone) that make up the elbow joint
elbow bones
plural form of elbow bone; ulnae, ulnas; olecranons
elbow grease
Effort or hard work, especially physical work involving repeated motion of the forearm, such as scrubbing

When we were young we used to be told, in our house at home, that elbow-grease was the one essential necessary to getting a tough piece of work well done. If a mahogany table was to be made to shine, it was elbow-grease that the operation needed.

elbow macaroni
Macaroni in the shape of a small tube curved into a semicircular shape
elbow room
Room or space in which to move or maneuver

There wasn't that much elbow room in the aircraft.

elbow room
Freedom or leeway

The employees really don't have much elbow room in which to explore new ideas.

elbow-grease
Alternative spelling of elbow grease
elbow grease
People use elbow grease to refer to the strength and energy that you use when doing physical work like rubbing or polishing. It took a considerable amount of polish and elbow grease before the brass shone like new. Strenuous physical labor and effort
elbow grease
use of physical or mental energy; hard work; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
elbow grease
physical effort, hard work
elbow joint
elbow: hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped
elbow macaroni
{i} common macaroni pasta curved into an elbow semicircular shape
elbow one's way
push through, ram through, force oneself through, shove others aside with or as if with the elbows
elbow pad
protective garment consisting of a pad worn over the elbow by football and hockey players
elbow room
{i} enough room, adequate space in which to move
elbow room
If there is enough elbow room in a place or vehicle, it is not too small or too crowded. There was not much elbow room in the cockpit of a Snipe. = space
elbow room
Elbow room is the freedom to do what you want to do or need to do in a particular situation. His speech was designed to give himself more political elbow room. = leeway
bend one's elbow
To drink alcoholic beverages, especially at a public house or bar

One day is no worse than the next for El Caucho; so it's a whim when he starts bending his elbow or ties one on. When he is really plastered, El Caucho looks grim, but he isn't really nasty.

elbowed
Having bends or corners

With this once long lance, now wildly elbowed, fifty years ago did Nathan Swain kill fifteen whales between a sunrise and a sunset.

elbowed
Simple past tense and past participle of elbow
elbowed
Having some specific type of elbow
get the elbow
To be dismissed from employment
give the elbow
To fire (an employee); to terminate the employment of

They said I couldn't do the job so they gave me the elbow. So, now I'm looking for work again.

golfer's elbow
A painful inflammation of the medial epicondyle of the elbow caused by overuse of the flexor muscles of the lower arm
street elbow
In plumbing, a fitting that turns a corner (typically at an angle of 90, 45 or 22.5 degrees) and has a male connection at one end and a female connection at the other
tennis elbow
a painful inflammation of the extensor tendon of the humerus caused by overuse of the muscles of the lower arm
The elbow
ancon
at one's elbow
very close, nearby
elbowed
past of elbow
elbowing
present participle of elbow
elbowing
jostling with the elbows; "elbowing is a foul in basketball
elbows
third-person singular of elbow
elbows
plural of elbow
tennis elbow
{i} inflammation and tenderness of the outer part of the elbow, condition where the elbow becomes painful and tender
tennis elbow
A painful inflammation of the tissue surrounding the elbow, caused by strain from playing tennis and other sports. a medical problem in which your elbow is very painful
tennis elbow
a repetitive stress injury that occurs when muscles and tendons in the elbow area are torn or damaged
tennis elbow
Occurs when the common extensor tendon near the elbow becomes inflamed from overuse
tennis elbow
General term for lateral elbow pain
tennis elbow
an injury to the tendons on the lateral portion of the elbow that bend the wrist backward away from the palms of the hands
tennis elbow
Tendinitis of the elbow, often caused by the strains placed on the joint by playing tennis, though it may have other causes
tennis elbow
Painful injury often caused by extensive repetition of flexing motions and racquet vibration associated with tennis
tennis elbow
Lateral humeral epicondylitis (An enthesitis)
tennis elbow
painful inflammation of the tendon at the outer border of the elbow resulting from overuse of lower arm muscles (as in twisting of the hand)
elbow