ball

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English - Turkish
balo

Balon yavaş yavaş indi. - The balloon descended slowly.

Hava boşalırken balon yavaşça indi. - The balloon descended gradually as the air came out.

yumak
top

Jabulani, 2010 FIFA Dünya Kupası'nın resmi maç topudur. - The Jabulani is the official match ball of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Topu duvara doğru çekti. - He tossed the ball towards the wall.

bilye
{i} küre
fişek
açıkgöz olmak
{f} up k.dili. (bir şeyin) içine etmek
bilyeli
(Kanun) kefalet
{i} yumak: a ball of yarn bir yumak iplik
{f} top yapmak
{i} topak: a ball of dough bir topak hamur
bilyalı
{f} yumak yapmak
toparcık
balo yapmak
kürecik
taşak

Eğer teyzemin taşakları olsaydı, amcam olurdu. - If my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle.

istenilen şekilde ve yönde atılmayan top
{i} ilaç (at)
Dansta ayağın on yarı kısmının yere basması durumu
balo, parti
yumak haline gelmek
{f} fişek atmak
{i} top oyunu

Yarın muhtemelen top oyununa gideceğiz. - We'll likely go to the ball game tomorrow.

Bugünkü top oyununun iptal edilmeyeceğini umuyorum. - I hope today's ball game won't be canceled.

{i} top mermisi
{i} yuvar

Top yuvarlaktır ve maç 90 dakika sürer. - The ball is round, and the game lasts 90 minutes.

Top yerde bana doğru yuvarlandı. - The ball rolled on the ground towards me.

argo uyanık olmak
top top olmak
yumak haline koymak
{i} gülle
{i} misket
mermi
(Tıp) ball
yuvarlak

Top yuvarlaktır ve maç 90 dakika sürer. - The ball is round, and the game lasts 90 minutes.

Futbol topu yuvarlaktır. - The soccer ball is round.

sikmek
top güllesi
baloya
topa
bilya
masquerade ball
maskeli balo
ball clay
bağlama kili
ball head
(Fotoğrafçılık) oynar baş
ball head
küremsi uç
ball joint
(Otomotiv,Teknik) küresel mafsal
ball pin
mafsal ucu
ball screw
bilyalı vida
ball shaped
küre biçiminde
ball shaped
küresel
ball and chain
pranga
ball and chain
ayak kösteği
ball and socket
bilyalı mafsal
ball and socket clamping screw
bilya başlı mafsal sıkıştırma vidası
ball and socket joint
bilya başlı mafsal
ball bearing
bilyalı yatak
ball bearing
rulmanlı yatak
ball bearing
bilyeli yatak
ball bearing crankshaft
bilyalı yataklı krank mili
ball bearing cup
bilyalı yatak gövdesi
ball bearing grease
bilyalı yatak gresi
ball bearing seat
bilyalı yatak yuvası
ball bearing spring
bilyalı yatak yayı
ball bearing steel
bilyalı yatak çeliği
ball cage
bilyalı kafes
ball cartridge
tüfek fişeği
ball cock
bilyalı valf
ball cock
bilyalı şamandıra
ball coupling
bilyalı bağlantı
ball dress
balo giysisi
ball head
yuvarlak mafsal başı
ball joint
bilyalı mafsal
ball mill
bilyalı değirmen
ball nut
yuvarlak somun
ball of fire
becerikli adam
ball of massecuite
lapa topağı
ball of the foot
ayak parmaklarının kökü
ball peen hammer
topuzlu çekiç
ball peen hammer
perçin çekici
ball pin
yuvarlak başlı pim
ball point hammer
yuvarlak başlı çekiç
ball point pen
tükenmezkalem
ball race
bilya yuvası
ball room
balo salonu
ball shaped
top gibi
ball socket
bilya yuvası
ball up
şaşırtmak
ball up
berbat etmek
ball valve
küreli valf
ball valve
bilyalı supap
ball valve
küre supap
ball winding
yumak sarma
ball winding machine
yumak sarma makinesi
ball and chain
top ve zincir
ball and socket clamping screw
bilya başlı mafsal sıkıştırma vidasi
ball bearings
bilyalı rulmanlar
ball boy
top toplayıcı çocuk
ball breakers
top kesiciler
ball buster
top buster
ball carrier
top taşıyıcı
ball formation
Topaklanma
ball girl
top girl
ball gown
top cüppe
ball handle
topu kolu
ball joint
mafsal
ball lightning
Yıldırım topu
ball milling
Bilyeli öğütme işi
ball milling
top freze
ball of fire
(deyim) Enerjik, canlı ve istekli kişi
ball of string
string topu
ball of yarn
ip yumağı
ball on
topa
ball park estimate
keşif tutarı
ball park figure
kaba bir tahmin
ball pen
tükenmez kalem
ball sack
top çuval
ball screw
(Mühendislik) vidalı mil
ball skipping
top sektirme
ball stud
kürebaş
ball valve
(Mühendislik) küresel vana
ball-bearing
(Mühendislik) bilyalı rulman
ball-cutter
top kesici
ball-nut
top-somun
ball-type mandrel
topu tipi mandrel
ball and socket joint
küre biçiminde eklem
ball bearing
bilye
ball bearing
mak. bilye
ball boy
top toplayıcı çocuk (tenis)
ball boy
top toplayıcı (tenis)
ball cage
bilye kafesi
ball cartridge
(Askeri) NORMAL FİŞEK: Bak. "ball ammunition"
ball cock
bilyalı valf,suyu kapama valfı
ball cock
şamandıralı valf
ball cock
şamandıra ile işleyen kapama valfı
ball float
küresel şamandra
ball flower
gonca şeklinde süs
ball game
top oyunu
ball game
vaziyet
ball game
beysbol
ball game
durum

Bambaşka bir durumumuz var. - We have ourselves a whole new ball game.

ball game
ball joint
bilyeli mafsal
ball joint
(İnşaat) küre mafsal
ball joint
küre biçiminde eklem
ball joint
oyluk
ball kit
bilye kiti
ball latch
bilyeli mandal
ball lock
bilyeli çarpma mandal
ball mill
(Havacılık) bilyeli taşlama
ball mill
bilyeli öğütücü
ball of the eye
gözyuvarı
ball peen hammer
(İnşaat) yuvarlak başlı çekiç
ball pivot
bilyeli mil
ball race
bilye halkası
ball race
rulmân çemberi
ball reception
yayını çekme [tv]
ball room
dans salonu
ball seat
mafsal yuvası
ball stud
(İnşaat) küresel saplama
ball tap
bilyeli musluk
ball test
(Jeoloji) top testi
ball turner
(Tekstil) bilyalı döndürücü
ball turret
(Askeri) ALT TARET: Bombardıman tayyarelerinin alt kısımlarında bulunan, yuvarlak biçimde makineli tüfek tareti. Alt taret; bir makineli tüf eğin her istikamette ateş edebilmesini sağlayacak şekilde mekanik olarak hareket eder. Buna yalnız "turret" de denir
ball up
bozmak
ball value
bilyeli supap
ball valve
bilyeli vana
ball valve
bilyeli valf
ball valve
küre ventili
ball valve
(Nükleer Bilimler) toplu vana
balls
hayalar

Mary Tom'un hayalarına tekme attı. - Mary kicked Tom in the balls.

balls
taşaklar

Eğer teyzemin taşakları olsaydı, amcam olurdu. - If my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle.

balls
(Argo) cesaret

Patrona o şekilde karşı çıkman bayağı büyük cesaretti. - It was pretty ballsy of you to stand up to the boss like that.

balls
İng. saçma, zırva, fasa fiso
ball bearing
(Otomotiv) rulman yatak
balling
yumak yapma
balls
Saçma!
balls
Hassiktir!
balls
saçma
Balls
yumağı
ball bearing
bilya
ball of
topan
ball bearing
bilyalı rulman
ball valve
(Mekanik) bilya valf
balls
husyeler
balls
cesaret, taşak, göt
balls
i., argo
balls
bamburuk
English - English
An English family name
A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over
A solid or hollow sphere
A very enjoyable time

I had a ball at that concert.

A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, etc
A testicle
To have sexual intercourse with
An opportunity to launch the pinball into play
An object, generally spherical, used for playing games
A formal dance
Nonsense

That’s a load of balls, and you know it! — Synonyms — See.

(Can we clean up() this sense?) The ball of a foot
The set of points in a metric space lying within a given distance (the radius) of a given point; specifically, the homologue of the disk in a Euclidean space of any number of dimensions
A jacketed non-expanding bullet, typically of military origin
An appeal by the crowd for holding the ball against a tackled player. This is heard almost any time an opposition player is tackled, without regard to whether the rules about "prior opportunity" to dispose of the ball are fulfilled

2007: A good tackle (and some bad ones) will bring a cry of Ball! from the crowd – a plea for a holding the ball free kick. — AFL Sydney Swans Rules Zone.

A pitch that falls outside of the strike zone
The set of points in a topological space lying within some open set containing a given point; the analogue of the disk in a Euclidean space
Courage

I doubt he’s got the balls to tell him off.

Any simple game involving a ball

The children were playing ball in the garden.

A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape

ball of wool.

A pass; a kick of the football towards a teammate
{n} any round thing, an entertainment of dancing
{i} family name; nickname used for a bald man
A ball is a round object that is used in games such as tennis, baseball, football, basketball, and cricket. a golf ball. a tennis ball
form into a ball by winding or rolling; "ball wool
To gather balls which cling to the feet, as of damp snow or clay; to gather into balls; as, the horse balls; the snow balls
Next to the actual parade, this is a Carnival krewe's biggest to-do At this event, the King, Queen and Court are formally presented
The basketball is 9 ½ inches in diameter and weighs 20 to 22 ounces
A pitch which is outside the Strike Zone and is not swung at by the batter If the pitcher throws four balls to a batter, the batter has a free pass to first base called a walk
the projectile; the bullet
1 the "the perfect sphere": some ideal or concept of wholeness 2 the forces this world as they relate to the Universal Force 3 a whole or well rounded approach to things 4 the oneness of purpose 5 childhood games 6 completeness 7 competitiveness
{f} make into a ball; form into a ball; mess up; hump, engage in sexual intercourse (Vulgar Slang)
a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of 9 players; teams take turns at bat trying to score run; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empy lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
A pitched ball, not struck at by the batsman, which fails to pass over the home base at a height not greater than the batsman's shoulder nor less than his knee
{i} object with a spherical shape; round toy used in games such as baseball and basketball; game of baseball; formal dance; (Vulgar Slang) testis, testicle
If someone refuses to play ball, they are unwilling to do what someone wants them to do. The association has threatened to withdraw its support if the banks and building societies refuse to play ball. English social agitator who was executed for his role in the Peasants' Revolt (1381). American actress best known as the star of the popular situation comedy I Love Lucy (1951-1957)
The ball of a foot
a pitch that is not in the strike zone; "he threw nine straight balls before the manager yanked him" round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket" a spherical object used as a plaything; "he played with his rubber ball in the bathtub" a more or less rounded anatomical body or mass; ball of the human foot or ball at the base of the thumb; "he stood on the balls of his feet" a lavish formal dance a compact mass; "a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder" the people assembled at a lavish formal dance; "the ball was already emptying out before the fire alarm sounded" United States comedienne best known as the star of a popular television program (1911-1989) an object with a spherical shape; "a ball of fire" form into a ball by winding or rolling; "ball wool
The heavy part at the end of the clapper, that strikes the bell to produce the sound
A pitch outside the strike zone
The globe or earth
An opportunity to launch the ball into play
Any solid spherical, cylindrical, or conical projectile of lead or iron, to be discharged from a firearm; as, a cannon ball; a rifle ball; often used collectively; as, powder and ball
A spherical rolling element
Call made by the umpire when a pitch is thrown outside the strike zone and is not swung at by the batter If a pitcher throws four balls before throwing three strikes or before the batter puts the ball in play, the batter is awarded first base, known as a base on balls or a walk
a lavish formal dance a compact mass; "a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder"
A ball is something or an amount of something that has a round shape. Thomas screwed the letter up into a ball They heard a loud explosion and saw a ball of fire go up
A roundish protuberant portion of some part of the body; as, the ball of the thumb; the ball of the foot
To heat in a furnace and form into balls for rolling
To form or wind into a ball; as, to ball cotton
the people assembled at a lavish formal dance; "the ball was already emptying out before the fire alarm sounded"
noun - A solid sphere 3d Analog to 2d disk and 4d gongyl
See Baseball, and Football
If you get the ball rolling, set the ball rolling, or start the ball rolling, you start something happening. He will go to the Middle East next week to get the ball rolling again on peace talks
Ammunition type, Regular MG ammo -
The polo ball is made of a hard plastic During play its surface becomes covered with dents with flat spots When a polo ball is hit over the side lines, it is not tossed back onto the playing field It is gently rolled into the area between spectators and the side boards (when side boards are being used) or it is returned to the announcer's stand An umpire could ask someone to hand them the ball A polo ball is not a take home souvenir
Spherical balls for the smaller firearms are commonly called bullets
A FIFA approved ball should have a circumference 27 to 28 inches and weigh 14 to 16 ounces The ball should be inflated 8 5 to 15 6 PSI
a "solid sphere"; the interior of a sphere (open ball); a sphere and its interior (closed ball)
A large pill, a form in which medicine is commonly given to horses; a bolus
If you say that the ball is in someone's court, you mean that it is his or her responsibility to take the next action or decision in a situation. The ball's now in your court -- you have to decide what you're going to do
A social assembly for the purpose of dancing
a spherical object used as a plaything; "he played with his rubber ball in the bathtub"
one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens; "she kicked him in the balls and got away"
Made of solid plastic, weighing between 5 1/2 ounces and 5 3/4 ounces with a circumference of 8 13/16 inches to 9 1/4 inches Usually white in color, other colors may be used as agreed
an object with a spherical shape; "a ball of fire"
A ball is a large formal social event at which people dance
a solid ball shot by a musket; "they had to carry a ramrod as well as powder and ball"
* Another name for a bullet used in muzzle-loaders Also used in military jargon to reffer to full metal jacket bullet as in "ball ammunition"
form into a ball by winding or rolling; "ball wool"
ball and chain
One's wife, as a symbol of restraint
ball and chain
A heavy iron ball attached to a prisoner's leg by a chain as a means of restraint

Take away this ball and chain.

ball bearing
In engineering, a bearing assembly which uses spherical bearing balls as the rolling elements
ball bearing
In common usage, an individual spherical ball, usually made of steel or other hard material, suitable for use in a ball-based rolling element bearing
ball bearings
plural form of ball bearing
ball boy
A person, usually male, responsible for retrieving balls from the area of play, and returning them to the players
ball boys
plural form of ball boy
ball carrier
A player who carries the football
ball carriers
plural form of ball carrier
ball clay
A type of clay
ball flower
An embellishment found on medieval buildings, consisting of a ball enclosed in the petals of a flower
ball flowers
plural form of ball flower
ball game
A specific contest or match between teams playing such a game

George and Harriet went to the stadium to see the ball game.

ball game
Any game played with a ball

Basketball, cricket, and football are three kinds of ball game.

ball games
plural form of ball game
ball girl
Someone responsible for getting the balls from off the area of play to the players
ball girls
plural form of ball girl
ball hawk
In team ball games, a player who is particular good at catching or getting possession of the ball
ball hawk
an outfielder who is particularly good at defense, especially one who is particularly good at fielding fly balls
ball hawks
plural form of ball hawk
ball in hand
In billiards, a circumstance in which a fault by another player, such as a scratch, permits the competitor to take the cue ball in hand and place it anywhere behind the baulk line
ball lightning
A short-lived, glowing ball sometimes observed to float in the air; thought to consist of ionized gas associated with thunderstorms
ball machine
A machine that shoots tennis balls out of a pipe
ball machines
plural form of ball machine
ball of fire
A person who is especially hard-working, high-achieving, ambitious, or active

He really knows how to make a woman feel good. He's a ball of fire in bed..

ball of the thumb
The most fleshy portion of the palm of the human hand, located adjacent to the second joint of the thumb: the thenar eminence
ball of the thumb
Esp. informally, the fleshy portion, opposite the nail, of the first segment (first phalange) of the human thumb
ball pit
A play area for children consisting of a pit filled with colourful plastic balls
ball pits
plural form of ball pit
ball player
someone who plays a ball game, such as baseball
ball players
plural form of ball player
ball return
A rack for bowling balls at the start of a bowling lane, where the balls are transported after returning from the pinsetter
ball return
A ramp inside the table, down which balls roll so they can be accessed
ball returns
plural form of ball return
ball sacks
plural form of ball sack
ball tampering
The deliberate alteration of the natural condition of a cricket ball in order to obtain an advantage
ball up
To crush into a ball shape

She balled up her paper in frustration.

ball up
to ruin or botch
ball up
To hunch over and pull in one's arms and legs

Her son balls up in fear whenever there is a storm.

ball up
to coil up into a ball
ball washer
A device found near the tee of some golf holes, on a golf course used for cleaning dirt off of one's golf ball
ball washers
plural form of ball washer
ball-breaker
A person or task which is excessively demanding or punishing

My slave-driving boss expects me to work over the weekend. What a ball-breaker!.

ball-by-ball
Describing a commentary (especially on the radio) in which a commentator describes every ball bowled, every shot hit, and the positions of the fielders; normally assisted by a summarizer who describes the game as a whole and provides other comments and a scorer who keeps a record of all statistics
ball-hawking
An act of catching or obtaining possession of the ball in a skilful manner; the action of a ball hawk
ball-peen hammer
A hammer having, besides the normal flat head, an opposite, rounded or peening head
ball-peen hammers
plural form of ball-peen hammer
ball-pein hammer
Alternative spelling of ball-peen hammer
ball-pein hammers
plural form of ball-pein hammer
ball-point pen
Alternative spelling of ballpoint pen
ball-point pens
plural form of ball-point pen
ball hog
A ball hog is a derisive term in basketball for a player that handles the ball exclusively to the point of impairing the team. "Ball hogging" is generally considered unacceptable playing behavior at all levels of basketball competition. It is not a violation of the rules of basketball. The term is highly subjective, and any individual player might be considered a ball hog by some observers but not by others
ball hogging
A ball hog is a derisive term in basketball for a player that handles the ball exclusively to the point of impairing the team. "Ball hogging" is generally considered unacceptable playing behavior at all levels of basketball competition. It is not a violation of the rules of basketball. The term is highly subjective, and any individual player might be considered a ball hog by some observers but not by others
ball is in someone's court
(deyim) Be someone else's move or turn: "The ball was in the union's court after the company made their final offer."
ball mill
A type of grinder used to grind materials into extremely fine powder for use in paints, pyrotechnics, and ceramics
ball mill
A pulverizing machine consisting of a rotating drum which contains pebbles or metal balls as the grinding implements
ball milling
Act of grinding materials into extremely fine powder for use in paints, pyrotechnics, and ceramics
ball of fire
(deyim) A person of unusual energy, vitality, or drive
ball of wax
An unspecified set of items or circumstances: "She went shopping, had dinner, saw a play, the whole ball of wax."
ball park figure
a rough estimate
ball peen hammer
A hammer having a hemispherical peen at one end of its head
ball screw
A ball screw is a mechanical device for translating rotational motion to linear motion. A threaded shaft provides a spiral raceway for ball bearings which act as a precision screw. As well as being able to apply or withstand high thrust loads they can do so with minimum internal friction. They are made to close tolerances and are therefore suitable for use in situations in which high precision is necessary. The ball assembly acts as the nut while the threaded shaft is the screw
ball and chain
heavy iron ball attached to a prisoner by a chain
ball bearing
An antifriction rolling type bearing containing rolling elements in the form of balls
ball bearing
A ball bearing is a type of bearing in which the turning part is connected to the non-turning part only by balls that roll between the two parts Ball bearings are used in bicycle bottom brackets, freewheels, headsets, and hubs They are also occasionally used in derailer pulleys and brake calipers
ball bearing
A rolling-type bearing containing rolling elements in the form of balls
ball bearing
Ball bearings are small metal balls placed between the moving parts of a machine to make the parts move smoothly. One of the two types of rolling, or antifriction, bearings (the other is the roller bearing). Its function is to connect two machine members that move relative to one another so that the frictional resistance to motion is minimal. In many applications, one of the members is a rotating shaft and the other a fixed housing. Each ball bearing has three main parts: two grooved, ringlike races and a number of balls. The balls fill the space between the two races and roll with negligible friction in the grooves. The balls may be loosely restrained and separated by means of a retainer or cage
ball bearing
bearings containing small metal balls
ball bearing
small metal ball which is used in pivoting devices
ball bearing
Servo's output shaft is supported with bearings for increased performance and accuracy
ball bearings
These letters usually designate a ball-bearing supported crankshaft This makes the engine run smoother and last longer
ball bearings
Used when high shaft load (radial or axial thrust load) capacity is required Ball bearings are usually used in industrial and agricultural motors Occasionally, roller bearings may be used on larger horsepower motors for maximum radial load capacity
ball bearings
bearings are grease lubricated Most are sealed and do not need any lubrication service Some, however, come with grease cups and can be lubricated with a grease gun Motors that use ball bearings when new are supplied with enough grease in the bearings to lubricate them for a number of months A small amount of grease should be added every tow-three months Use a high grade grease on fully enclosed motors Too much grease may cause the bearings to overheat
ball boy
In a tennis match, the ball boys pick up any balls that go into the net or off the court and throw them back to the players. In a baseball game, the ball boys are in charge of collecting the balls that are hit out of the field. a boy who picks up the balls for people playing in important tennis matches
ball boy
one who retrieves tennis balls during a match
ball breaker
demanding person, person who forces others to perform unpleasant tasks; unpleasant task, difficult task
ball carrier
(football) the player who is carrying (and trying to advance) the ball on an offensive play
ball cartridge
a general purpose cartridge having a primer and a ball and a full charge of powder
ball clay
fine highly plastic clay that turns nearly white after firing (used to manufacture fine ceramics)
ball control
An offensive strategy, as in football, in which a team tries to keep possession of the ball as long as possible so as to limit the opposition's chances to score
ball field
the baseball playing field
ball game
a field game played with a ball (especially baseball)
ball game
A ball game is a baseball match. I'd still like to go to a ball game
ball game
Ball games are games that are played with a ball such as tennis, baseball, and football
ball girl
girl who collects and brings back balls that go out of play during a tennis game and delivers them to players; girl who collects and brings back balls that go out of play during a baseball game
ball girl
In a tennis match, the ball girls pick up any balls that go into the net or off the court and throw them back to the players. In a baseball game, the ball girls are in charge of collecting the balls that are hit out of the field. a girl who picks up the balls for people playing in important tennis matches
ball gown
the most formal gown; worn to a ball
ball hawk
a team athlete who is skilled at stealing or catching the ball
ball hawking
a skillful maneuver in catching balls or in stealing the ball from the opposing team
ball joint
A flexible coupling in your vehicle's suspension that connects the control arm to the steering knuckle A ball joint is so named because of its ball-and-socket construction Some are designed to never require grease while others should be lubed every six months As the joint wears, it becomes loose The result is suspension noise and wheel misalignment
ball joint
A flexible joint consisting of a ball within a socket Ball joints act as pivots which allow turning of the front wheels and compensate for changes in the wheel and steering geometries that occur while driving
ball joint
A flexible joint using a ball and socket type of construction, used in steering linkage setups, steering knuckle pivot supports, etc Their flexibility helps to compensate for the changes in the wheel and steering when turning or hitting a bump on the road There are usually upper and lower ball joints attached to the upper and lower A-arms
ball joint
A movable joint found on the steering linkage and suspension system of a car that permits rotating movement in any direction between the parts that are joined
ball joint
A flexible joint consisting of a ball in a socket, used primarily in front suspensions because it can accommodate a wide range of angular motion
ball joint
A flexible joint consisting of a ball in a socket It is used primarily in the front suspension because of its wide range of motion
ball joint
A joint between two parts that allows movement in any direction by the two parts Ball joints are most often found in a vehicle's suspension and steering systems
ball joint
The ball joint acts as the link between the vehicle's suspension and the front wheels This small yet critical member of the vehicle's suspension allows for turning of the front wheels by providing a movable link for the spindle (which the front wheels are attached to), when the wheel is turned right and left, the ball joint allows this movement
ball joint
Spherical assembly allowing pivot rotations for showerheads
ball lightning
A rare form of lightning in the shape of a glowing red ball, associated with thunderstorms and thought to consist of ionized gas
ball mill
A grinder for reducing hard materials to powder
ball mill
A grinding device using ceramic or metal balls for crushing by tumbling
ball mill
A horizontal rotating steel cylinder which grinds ore to fine particles The grinding is carried out by the pounding and rolling of a charge of steel balls carried within the cylinder
ball mill
A porcelain jar filled with flint pebbles and rotated with either a wet or dry batch of chemicals inside It is used to blend and to grind glaze and body ingredients
ball mill
a rotating horizontal cylinder in which ore is ground using various types of grinding media including iron balls
ball mill
Equipment used to disperse pigments; usually comprising a steel cylinder lined with ceramic blocks, and containing ceramic or porcelain balls or pebbles as grinding media The cylinder rotates at a relatively slow speed, allowing the balls to cascade through the mill base, thus grinding or dispersing the pigment
ball mill
A steel cylinder loaded with steel balls into which crushed ore is fed The ball mill is rotated, causing the balls to cascade and grind the ore
ball of fire
enthusiastic or energetic person; charismatic individual; person who experiences accelerated professional success; fireball
ball of fire
A highly energetic or dynamic person. Also called fireball
ball of string
string which is rolled up into a round ball
ball park
stadium or park in which baseball is played
ball point
type of pen with a small rotating metal ball at its point
ball the jack
move very fast, breeze along; make one move that is very risky
ball valve
Valve used in switching manifolds to regulate the fuel flow See also check valve; gate valve; nonrising-stem valve; plug valve; pressure-control valve; pressure reducing valve; pressure-regulating valve; rising-stem valve; thermal-relief valve
ball valve
Provides a rugged and reliable sealing surface Metal to metal sealing resist injury from contamination
ball valve
A simple non-return valve consisting of a ball resting on a cylindrical seat within a liquid passageway
ball valve
valve in which a small ball regulates pressure
ball valve
any valve that checks flow by the seating of a ball
ball valve
A valve that employs a spherical mechanism to control the flow of fluid or gas through a given point
ball valve
A device with a hollowed out ball inside which can be turned with an external handle to decrease or increase flow
ball-and-socket joint
a joint that can rotate within a socket a freely moving joint in which a sphere on the head of one bone fits into a rounded cavity in the other bone
ball-buster
a job or situation that is demanding and arduous and punishing; "Vietnam was a ball-breaker"
ball-buster
a demanding woman who destroys men's confidence
ball-cock
{i} automatic valve consisting of a hollow floating ball which by its rising and falling shuts and opens the valve
ball-hawking
used of a player skilled in stealing the ball or robbing a batter of a hit; "a ball-hawking center fielder
ball-shaped
having the shape of a sphere or ball; "a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests"- Zane Grey
balls
Very. Intensifier

It is balls cold out there.

balls
Rubbish, nonsense

That's a load of balls.

balls
plural form of ball

Can you believe he can juggle six balls at once?.

A ball
rundle
A ball
onion
ball bearing
A bearing using balls as the rolling elements
ball valve
A shut-off or pressure regulator with an inter-valve ball of resilient material designed to seat on the inner port to provide a positive seal against flow
ball valve
A valve regulated by the position of a free-floating ball that moves in response to fluid or mechanical pressure
ball valve
used to regulate the flow of water and to shut off skimmers, drains and other lines in order to vacuum or run a spa or water feature
balled
past of ball
balling
present participle of ball
balls
The testicles
balls
Held in the summer at a number of colleges D J or ball gown are the standard attire, depending on your sex These used to go on all night, with breakfast included Sadly many now finish in the small hours because of complaints about the noise Tickets are normally sold for two, so you have to find a partner; actually you will have more fun if you go with a crowd of people you know It can be expensive, but it is worth going at least once in your life if you get the chance See also `Commem Ball'
balls
Very good for retrieving Just watch the human throw it and tell you to go get it and wait They will go retrieve it EVERY time There is also another sort and if you know JUST where to flick your front paws when you jump up at the human you own if it is a he, you can make him drop down on the grass to lick him I do it often! I don't understand why they howl though Do they want to be Chows?
balls
approval If you say that someone has balls, you mean that they have courage. I never had the balls to do anything like this. = guts
balls
{i} (Vulgar Slang) testes, testicles; courage, boldness; nonsense
balls
Bravery, courage, chutzpah, or brazenness
balls
1) The depth and thickness of a sound, usually on the bottom end of the EQ (as in "needs more balls") 2) The strength of the voice on the mic (as in "check it like you have some balls")
balls
Keno balls Similar to bingo balls or ping pong balls Numbered 1-80
balls
without which, there wouldn't be much Subbuteo at all
balls
Later Neolithic carved stone balls found in Scotland and elsewhere A number of chalk balls were found at Grime's Graves See Chalk figurine
balls
feelings You can say `balls' or say that what someone says is balls when you think that it is stupid or wrong. What complete and utter balls!. balls up to do something very badly or unsuccessfully = mess up
balls
plural of ball
Turkish - English
(Tıp) ball
ball operasyonu
(Tıp) ball operation
balled
the balled
ball

    Hyphenation

    Ball

    Turkish pronunciation

    bôl

    Pronunciation

    /ˈbôl/ /ˈbɔːl/

    Etymology

    [ bol ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English bal, ball, balle from Old English *beall(u), *bealla "ball, round object" or Old Norse bøllr or bǫllr (“a ball”) (whence the Icelandic böllur (“scrotum; penis; a ball”)), both from Proto-Germanic *balluz, *ballēn (“ball”) from Proto-Indo-European *bholn- (“bubble”) from PIE base *bhel- (“to blow, inflate, swell”). Akin to Old Saxon ball "ball" (Dutch bal "ball"), Old High German bal, ballo "ball" (German Ball "ball"; Ballen "bale"). Related forms in Romance were borrowed from Germanic. See also balloon, bale.

    Common Collocations

    ball bearing, ball gown, ball valve

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