armour

listen to the pronunciation of armour
English - Turkish
zırh

Neyse ki, bu oyunun bikini zırhı yok. - Thankfully, this game does not have bikini armour.

yarak
zırhlı güçler
silah
(isim) zırh
zırhlı birlik/zırh
zırhla kaplamak
(Bilgisayar) zırh kablo
armor
zırh

Polis aracının zırh kaplaması apartman sakinlerinin hayatlarını kurtardı. - The police vehicle's armor plating saved the lives of its occupants.

Zırhlı kamyon, parayı bankaya para teslim etti. - The armored truck delivered the money to the bank.

armour plated
(Askeri) zırhla kaplı
armour piercing
zırh delici
armour piercing bomb
zırh delici bomba
armour piercing bullet
zırh delici mermi
armour piercing incendiary
zırh delici yangın mermisi
armour piercing tracer
zırh delici izli
armour plate
zırh levha
armour-piercing
zırhı delen
armour-plated
zırh kaplı
armour block
(Askeri) koruyucu blok
armour clad
zırh kaplı
armour group
(Askeri) zırhlı grup
armour kill zone
(Askeri) tank tahrip bölgesi
armour layer
(Askeri) koruyucu tabaka
armour material
(Askeri) koruyucu malzeme
armour material
(Askeri) zırh malzemesi
armour piercing
zırh delen
armour piercing
(Askeri) zırh delme (mermi için)
armour piercing ammunition
(Askeri) zırh delici mühimmat
armour piercing bullet
(Askeri) zırh delici piyade mermisi
armour piercing capped
(Askeri) zırh delici başlıklı
armour piercing incendiary tracer
(Askeri) Zırh delici mermi, yangın mermisi
armour piercing projectile
(Askeri) zırh delici mermi
armour piercing rocket
(Askeri) zırh delici roket
armour piercing shell
(Askeri) zırh delici mermi
armour plated
zırh kaplı
armour stone
(Askeri) koruyucu anroşman taşı
armour sweep
(Askeri) zırhlı tarama taarruzu
armour thickness
(Askeri) zırh kalınlığı
armor
silah
armor
korumalık
bulletproof armour
kurşun geçirmez zırh
cable armour
kablo zırhı
chain armour
zincir zırhı
body armour
Çelik yelek, vücut için koruyucu zırh
hog in armour
zırh içinde domuz
suit of armour
savaş kıyafeti
armor
(Askeri) ZIRHLI BİRLİKLER SINIFI
armor
{f} zırhla kaplamak
armor
(fiil) zırhla kaplamak
armor
armour zırh
armor
zırhlı

Tom parlak zırhlı bir şövalye gibi beni kurtarmaya geldi. - Tom came to my rescue, like a knight in shining armor.

Bu zırhlı kamyon altın taşıyor. - That armored truck is carrying gold.

armor
armor plate zırhlı levha
armor
zırhlı vagon
armor
armored car zırhlı otomobil
armor
armor zırh delen
armor
armor silâhtar
armor
(isim) zırh
armourer
{i} zırh yapımcısı
armourer
{i} silâhtar
armourer
zırh tamirci
armourer
{i} silâh yapımcısı
composite armour
(Askeri) karma zırh
English - English
Alternative spelling of armor
A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle
knight in shining armour: see knight see also body armour. or body armour Protective clothing that can shield the wearer from weapons and projectiles. By extension, armour is also protective covering for animals, vehicles, and so on. Prehistoric warriors used leather hides and helmets. Chinese warriors used rhinoceros skin in the 11th century BC, and Greek infantry wore thick, multilayered metal-and-linen cuirasses (armour covering the body from neck to waist) in the 5th century BC. Shirts of chain mail were worn throughout the Roman Empire, and mail was the chief armour of western Europe until the 14th century. Ancient Greeks and Romans used armour made of rigid metal plates, which reappeared in Europe around the 13th century. Plate armour dominated European design until the 17th century, when firearms began to make it obsolete. It began to disappear in the 18th century, but the helmet reappeared in World War I and became standard equipment. Modern body armour (the bulletproof vest) covers the chest and sometimes the groin; it is a flexible garment reinforced with steel plates, fibreglass, boron carbide, or multiple layers of synthetic fabric such as Kevlar
Mechanical Protection such as steel steeling on a fire door
a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
{i} body protection, mantelet (alternate spelling for armor)
A passive and defensive covering of the body which provides Damage Reduction with the value of n/- where n is the d20 System armour class value In general, Armour does not provide any bonus to a character's AC There are some exceptional types of armour which provide a passive deflection bonus to AC
A form of body protection that consists of a hard material that is worn around the vital areas of the body
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles
The defense of the knight against the weapons of his opponents, consisting of his complete harness Often this was used only to denote the "hard" bits of the harness, the hardened leather or plate defenses, rather than the softer arming garments, though sometimes layered cloth was also used as the sole defense, as in a jupon I use the English spelling with the "-our" rather than the Americanized version to denote the difference between modern armored combat vehicles (e g tanks) and armour that is meant for the individual medieval soldier
protective covering made of metal and used in combat
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animals body
Extra cable protection to improve resistance to crushing, cutting and shearing forces The usual form is a braided steel outer jacket but tough plastic strengtheners is also used in many modern cable designs
ar·mour in AM, use armor1. In former times, armour was special metal clothing that soldiers wore for protection in battle. knights in armour
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
Armour consists of tanks and other military vehicles used in battle. the biggest movement of heavy British armour since the Second World War
equip with armor
Armour is a hard, usually metal, covering that protects a vehicle against attack. a formidable warhead that can penetrate the armour of most tanks
bogu
armour plating
Heavy plate steel, or other strong plate metal, installed to create armour on a structure or vehicle
armour-plated
armour-plated in AM, use armor-plated An armour-plated vehicle or building has a hard metal covering in order to protect it from gunfire and other missiles. He has taken to travelling in an armour-plated car. something, especially a vehicle, that is armour-plated has an outer metal layer to protect it plating plate
armour-plating
armour-plating in AM, use armor-plating The armour-plating on a vehicle or building is the hard metal covering which is intended to protect it from gunfire and other missiles
armor
Metal plate, protecting a ship, military vehicle, or aircraft
armor
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles, collectively
armor
A protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces
armor
To equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening
armor
A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle
armor
To provide something with an analogous form of protection
armor
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body
armourer
Alternative spelling of armorer
combat armour suit
Alternative spelling of combat armor suit
combat armour suits
plural form of combat armour suit
fight in armour
to make use of cundum. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
in one's armour
Having the courage of drunkenness; pot-valiant (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
knight in shining armour
Alternative spelling of knight in shining armor
passive armour
Shielding that is chemically inert (unlike reactive armour) and does not require electricity or active sensors to operate. It is usually made of metal, ceramic, or in some cases, composite materials
plate armour
Metallic armour made of large pieces or plates

Plate armour was, however, completely introduced both here and in France about the middle of the fourteenth century.

reactive armour
Protective panels on a military armoured vehicle, which explode to disrupt the penetrating jet of a shaped-charge weapon
suit of armour
A collection of garments, usually made of metal, worn over the body for protection in battle from weapons
armor
{n} defensive arms for the body
ring armour
Ring armour (ring mail) is an assumed type of personal armour constructed as series of metallic rings sewn to a fabric or leather foundation
Armor
armure
Philip Danforth Armour
born May 16, 1832, Stockbridge, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 6, 1901, Chicago, Ill. U.S. entrepreneur and innovator. Armour's first entrepreneurial success was in California mining endeavours. He vastly expanded his family's Midwestern grain and meatpacking business in 1875, originating the use of byproducts and the sale of canned meat. When railcar refrigeration was introduced in the 1880s (see Gustavus Franklin Swift), he established distributing plants in eastern states and began exporting Armour meat products to Europe. His Armour & Co. enterprises helped make Chicago the meatpacking capital of the world
armor
{i} hard protective covering for the body; covering of metal plates (on warships, tanks, etc.)
armor
protective covering made of metal and used in combat
armor
Mechanical protection usually accomplished by a metallic layer of tape, braid or served wires
armor
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animals body
armor
a secondary steel member that is installed to protect a vulnerable part of another member (such as steel angles placed over the edges of a joint)
armor
{f} cover with armor
armor
A braid or wrapping of sheet metal, usually steel or aluminum, used for mechanical protection
armor
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
armor
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles
armor
Steel or iron covering, whether of ships or forts, protecting them from the fire of artillery
armor
a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
armor
equip with armor
armor
Additional protective element beneath outer jacket to provide protection against severe outdoor environments Usually made of plastic-coated steel, it may be corrugated for flexibility
armor
Mechanical protection usually accomplished by a metallic layer of tape, braid or served wires Normally found only over the outer sheath
armor
A braid or wrapping of metal, usually steel, used for mechanical protection Generally placed over the outer sheath
armor
Many characters in the artwork are shown wearing a type of stylized armor This armor has been evolving for a few years from when the world depicted in the art was more violent and martial Armor was usually gothic and covered with skeleton motifs This mellowed and the armor softened Designs and rigidity were replace by solid colors and easy access Shoulder and knee pads and high boots still refer to the old armored history The only motifs regularly used are initials that either refers to the character itself or the person it's based on
armor
Protective cladding over a cable 2
armor
a protective cover slid over and affixed to a hose assembly; used to prevent over bending or for the purpose of protecting hose from severe external environmental conditions such as hot materials, abrasion or traffic
armor
Metallic tape, tube, braid or wire that provides mechanical protection for those applications where extreme wear resistance is required
armor
A form of body protection that consists of a hard material that is worn around the vital areas of the body
armor
covering for the body during combat
armor
  Of a communications cable, a component intended to protect the critical internal components, e g , buffer tubes or fibers, or electrical conductors, from damage from external mechanical attack,  e g , rodent attack or abrasion   [After FAA]  Note:   Armor usually takes the form of a steel or aluminum tape wrapped about an inner jacket that covers the critical  internal components   An outer jacket usually covers the armor
armor
-An outer metal layer applied to a cable for mechaical protection Armor is comprised of factory formed wire, designed to be applied to a range of conductor sizes Preformed Line Products manufacturers Armor
armor
Defensive arms for the body; any clothing or covering worn to protect one's person in battle
armor
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant protective covering made of metal and used in combat a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles equip with armor
armourer
ar·mour·er armourers in AM, use armorer An armourer is someone who makes or supplies weapons. someone who makes or repairs weapons and armour
armourer
{i} soldier responsible for the upkeep of small arms; one who manufactures weapons; one who repairs weapons
armourer
an enlisted man responsible for the upkeep of small arms and machine guns etc
armourer
a manufacturer of firearms
body armour
body ar·mour in AM, use body armor Body armour is special protective clothing which people such as soldiers and police officers sometimes wear when they are in danger of being attacked with guns or other weapons. clothing worn by the police that protects them against bullets
chink in armour
{i} small defect that can bring about problems
suit of armour
body armor: armor that protects the wearer's whole body
armour
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