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Definition of a recess in English Turkish dictionary

recess
{i} ara

Ben kısa bir ara rica etmek istiyorum. - I would like to request a short recess.

Yargıç iki saat ara verdi. - The judge called for a recess of two hours.

recess
{i} girinti
recess
gizli yer
recess
{i} mola

Mola sırasında biraz kahve içelim. - Let's have some coffee during recess.

Bizim on ikiden bire kadar öğle yemeği için bir saatlik bir molamız var. - We have an hour's recess for lunch from twelve to one.

intermission
(Spor) haftaym
intermission
(Tıp) intermisyon
recess
(duvarda) oyuk
recess
okul tatili
recess
gen
recess
çukur
recess
(Tıp) resesüs
recess
boşluk
recess
yuva
recess
(Mekanik) oluk
recess
tatile girmek
intermission
perde arası

Perde arası ne zaman? - When is the intermission?

intermission
aralık
recess
niş
recess
ara vermek
recess
iç taraf
recess
paydos etmek
recess
ara verme
recess
yerleştirmek
recess
duvarda girinti
recess
paydos
recess
duvar girintisini koymak
recess
dinlenmek

Dinlenmek ister misin? - Would you like to take a recess?

recess
(Mühendislik) oluk, oyuk, girinti
Recess
(Tekstil) Girinti (Girintisiz silindir = İçi dolu silindir)
intermission
{i} futbol ara, haftaym
intermission
fasılalı
intermission
{i} sin., tiy., konser ara, antrakt
intermission
{i} antrakt
intermission
kesik kesik
intermission
{i} ara

Perde arası ne zaman? - When is the intermission?

Gösterim arası olmak üzere. - It's almost intermission.

intermission
{i} voleybol, basketbol ara, mola
intermission
intermissive aralıklı
intermission
{i} mola

Molada tuvalete gittim. - I went to the restroom during the intermission.

Molada bacaklarımı germek için kalktım. - During the intermission I got up to stretch my legs.

intermission
(Tıp) Hastalık ateşinin muvakkat olarak düşmesi
recess
{f} oymak
recess
yatak
recess
{i} (rîses') gen. çoğ. gizli yer, iç taraf
recess
ara ver/oy/yerleştir
recess
dinlenme

Dinlenmek ister misin? - Would you like to take a recess?

recess
{i} (rîses') girinti, oyuk
recess
gizliduvar girintisini koymak
recess
(Tıp) Çukur, çukurcuk, recessus
recess
{f} boşluğa yerleştirmek
recess
{i} tatil

Sözde bir durgunluk içinde olmamıza rağmen bu Altın Hafta tatilinde rekor sayıda insan yurt dışında seyahat ediyor. - Even though we're supposedly in a recession, people are traveling abroad in record numbers this Golden Week holiday.

O, tatil sırasında canlı. - He is lively during recess.

recess
{f} tatil olmak
recess
oyuk/paydos/tatil
recess
dinlenme anı
recess
girinti yapmak
recess
{f} (rîses') girinti yapmak, oymak
recess
kovuk
recess
{f} yer açmak
recess
{i} teneffüs, ara; paydos; tatil
recess
{f} (toplantıya) ara vermek
recess
tatil yapmak
English - English
intermission
recess
A break, pause or vacation

Spring recess offers a good chance to travel.

recess
To take or declare a break

Class will recess for 20 minutes.

recess
Remote, distant (in time or place)

Thomas Salusbury: Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems: I should think it best in the subsequent discourses to begin to examine whether the Earth be esteemed immoveable, as it hath been till now believed by most men, or else moveable, as some ancient Philosophers held, and others of not very recesse times were of opinion;.

recess
To inset into something, or to recede

Recess the screw so it does not stick out.

recess
A shallow depression drilled in wood to allow the head or threaded end of a through-bolt to be flush with the wood surface
recess
{n} a retirement, retreat, secret place
recess
close at the end of a session; "The court adjourned"
recess
a space in a room where part of a wall is set back from the main part
recess
A brief adjournment ordered by the judge (see Adjournment; compare Continuance)
recess
make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood"
recess
(1) An official pause of any length in a committee hearing or Floor Session that halts the proceedings for a period of time but does not have the finality of adjournment
recess
If you refer to the recesses of someone's mind or soul, you are referring to thoughts or feelings they have which are hidden or difficult to describe. There was something in the darker recesses of his unconscious that was troubling him. if a government, law court etc recesses, it officially stops work for a period of time
recess
Intermission in a legislative day
recess
the period between sessions of Parliament, but in ordinary usage the word is often used to describe the periods between the main sitting periods each year, as in the winter recess
recess
A recess is a break between the periods of work of an official body such as a committee, a court of law, or a government. The conference broke for a recess
recess
{i} break from proceedings, intermission, pause in activity; niche, indentation in a wall, alcove; scheduled break in the middle of a school day
recess
an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands)
recess
Remission or suspension of business or procedure; intermission, as of a legislative body, court, or school
recess
{f} take a break from proceedings, take a pause from activities; make a niche, set back from the surface
recess
The state of being withdrawn; seclusion; privacy
recess
a small concavity
recess
Intermission in a daily session
recess
put into a recess; "recess lights"
recess
ending a legislative session with a set time to reconvene
recess
The recesses of something or somewhere are the parts of it which are hard to see because light does not reach them or they are hidden from view. He emerged from the dark recesses of the garage
recess
To make a recess in; as, to recess a wall
recess
—Adjournment by the House or Senate for at least three days, with a set time for reconvening
recess
This is a temporary time when the trial or hearing is not in session A recess can be for minutes, hours, days or even weeks return to index
recess
A sinus
recess
an enclosure that is set back or indented a small concavity make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood"
recess
Temporary delay in proceedings
recess
A temporary termination of a meeting Recesses are called for short breaks (e g , for lunch or dinner) or occasionally at the close of a daily session to allow the legislative day to continue into the next calendar day (See ADJOURNMENT )
recess
– An interlude between sessions where pupils can relax and play games outside of the school buildings
recess
A depression in a flat surface
recess
A place of retirement, retreat, secrecy, or seclusion
recess
Intermission in a daily session Intermission from one day to the next; day-to-day recess from one calendar day to the next
recess
The period between sessions of Parliament
recess
A temporary interruption during a day’s proceedings that does not interrupt unfinished business The rules in each house direct matters to be taken up and disposed of at the beginning of each legislative day The House usually adjourns from day to day The Senate often recesses, thus meeting on the same legislative day for several calendar days or even weeks at a time
recess
  A temporary break during a floor session or a period when no legislative sessions are held
recess
A decree of the imperial diet of the old German empire
recess
A withdrawing or retiring; a moving back; retreat; as, the recess of the tides
recess
An inset, hole, space or opening
recess
put into a recess; "recess lights
recess
Marks a temporary end to the business of the Congress, and sets a time for the next meeting
recess
An indentation into the housing
recess
an enclosure that is set back or indented
recess
Part of a room formed by the receding of the wall, as an alcove, niche, etc
recess
When formal meetings or court cases recess, they stop temporarily. The hearings have now recessed for dinner Before the trial recessed today, the lawyer read her opening statement
recess
Temporary halt to proceedings, with a time set for proceedings to resume
recess
an enclosure that is set back or indented a small concavity make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood" put into a recess; "recess lights
recess
In a room, a recess is part of a wall which is built further back than the rest of the wall. Recesses are often used as a place to put furniture such as shelves. a discreet recess next to a fireplace
recess
(1) An official pause in a committee hearing or floor session that halts the proceedings for a period of time but does not have the finality of adjournment
recess
Secret or abstruse part; as, the difficulties and recesses of science
recess
Intermission during a daily Session, usually for caucus or committee meetings
recess
a pause from doing something (as work); "we took a 10-minute break"; "he took time out to recuperate"
recess
a state of abeyance or suspended business
recess
A time of play, usually, on a playground
recess
Concludes legislative day, with a set time for reconvening--usually more than three days of adjournment
a recess
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