groove

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English - Turkish
(Tıp) oluk
yiv
{i} gelenek
(Askeri) yiv-set
çentik
kiniş
yarık
(Tarım) çizi
dişi
plağın çizgileri
{f} oluk aç
alışkanlık edinilmiş yaşam biçimi
(isim) oluk, yiv, saban izi; alışkanlık, itiyat, âdet
(fiil) oluk açmak; (argo) bir şeye kendini vermek, dalmak
Groovy: (sıfat) Son modaya uygun, mükemmel
İn the groove: (A.B.D.), (argo) mükemmel bir durumda
argo mükemmel bir durumda
mükemmel
{i} mükemmel şey
{i} harika şey
adet/çizgi/yiv
{f} çizmek
{f} uğraşmak
{f} alay etmek
{f} dalmak
(Askeri) YİV: Silah ateşlendiği zaman mermiyi döndürmek için silahın namlusunda açılmış birçok helezoni kanaldan herbiri. Yivler arasındaki yüksek satıhlar setlerdir. Ayrıca bak. "land" ve "rifling"
groovy argo son modaya uygun
{i} çizgi
{i} rutin
argo bir şeye kendini vermek
yivli
(Dilbilim) oluklu
kertik
yivi
oyuğu
kanal
yiv açmak
oluk açmak
oyuk
saban izi
adet
grooved
oluklu
grooved
{s} yivli
groove cracking
dış gibi kırılması
groove cracking
diş gibi kırılması
groove cracking
oluk çatlaması
groove micrometer
iç mikrometresi
groove weld
oyuk kaynağı
tongue and groove siding
(İnşaat) lamba kinişli ahşap kaplama
grooves
boğaz
grooves
(Avcılık) yivler
grooves
kanal
grooving
kiniş
grooving
oluk
grooving
yiv açma
grooving
yiv
hip groove
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kalça olukçuk
tongue and groove siding
lamba kirişli ahşap kaplama
blank groove
boş oluk
grooved
lambalı
grooving
{f} oluk aç
grooving
oluk açma
key groove
kama oluğu
lead out groove
çıkış yivi
tongue-and-groove joint
lamba ve zıvana
deep groove ball bearing
derin groove rulman
drip groove
boşaltma oluğu, damla oluğu
grooves
oluklar
grooving
oluk açarak
oil groove
yağ oluğu, yağ kanalcığı
tongue-and-groove pliers
(Araçlar) Papağan pense
ambulacral groove
ambulakral oluk
bevel groove
(İnşaat) konik kanal
crimping groove
(Askeri) MERMİ TERKİP KANALI: Topçu mermilerinde, kovanın mermiye takılmasını sağlayan ve mermi çevresinde bulunan oluk
crimping groove
(Askeri) mermi terkip kanalı
drip groove
damla oluğu
drip groove
boşaltma oluğu
fault groove
fay kertiği
fringing groove
(Askeri) KESİNTİ KANALI: Sevk çemberlerinin namlu içindeki seyri esnasında bıraktığı metali toplamak için, bu çemberin üzerinde bulunan girintili kısım. Metalin bu şekilde toplanması ile sevk çemberinin gerisinde bir saçak meydana gelmesi önlenmiş, böylece, merminin isabet derecesi ve menzili arttırılmış olur. Ayrıca bakınız: "groove"
gate groove
kapak yuvası
get into a groove
bellemek
get into a groove
geleneklere bağlı kalmak
groover
oyuk açıcı
groover
(İnşaat) derz malası
in the groove
modaya uygun
in the groove
modern
in the groove
yolunda
in the groove
harika
in the groove
mükemmel durumda
inside groove seam
alttan kenetli ek
needle groove
(Tekstil) iğne kanalı
needle groove
(Tekstil) iğne çentiği
piston groove
(Otomotiv) piston segman yuvası
piston groove
(Otomotiv) piston segman kanalı
ring groove
(İnşaat) segman yuvası
rope groove
halat oluğu
rotor groove
(Tekstil) rotor kanalı
semi groove
(Otomotiv) yarım kanal
snap ring groove
yay segman yuvası
tongue and groove
erkek ve dişi geçme parçaları
weld groove
(Bilgisayar) kaynak oluğu
English - English
A long, narrow channel or depression; e.g., such a slot cut into a hard material to provide a location for an engineering component, a tyre groove, or a geological channel or depression
A pronounced, enjoyable rhythm
The middle of the strike zone in baseball where a pitch is most easily hit
A fixed routine
To create, dance to, or enjoy rhythmic music

I was just starting to groove to the band, when we had to leave.

{v} to hollow
{n} a hollow cut with a tool
Ball track or indentation in lane Also applied to bowler who is performing well and has his approach and armswing almost mechanically perfect
The best route around a speedway; the most efficient or quickest way around the speedway for a particular driver The "high groove" takes a car closer to the outside wall for most of a lap The "low groove" takes a car closer to the apron then the outside wall Road racers use the term "line"
(anatomy) any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part a long narrow furrow cut either by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e
The best route around a race track; the most efficent or quickest way around the track for a particular driver Road racers use the term line Drivers search for a fast groove
The fastest part of the track it's any area where the track and the cars tires cooperate
the background rhythmic feel of a piece of music
Descriptive term relating to gears This is a condition where metal is removed along the pitch line of the driving tooth, a direct result of galling
The indentations cut into the club face which cause the ball to spin The description given to a good repeated swing
a cut, partway through and running with the grain
make a groove in, or provide with a groove; "groove a vinyl record"
(anatomy) any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part
{i} long narrow channel, furrow; routine, habit, fixed way of doing things
To cut a groove or channel in; to form into channels or grooves; to furrow
The fastest "lane" of the track it's the area where the track and the cars tires cooperate Depending on race track conditions, there may be more than one groove on a race track
a long narrow furrow cut either by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e g a groove in a phonograph record)
Hence: The habitual course of life, work, or affairs; fixed routine
A narrow, shallow channel sunk in a surface
{f} make furrows or channels, cut a groove in; enjoy oneself; interact harmoniously
A new Bass Boost System which is a combination of extended Mega Bass and a special "Groove Headphone" that enables an optimised sound environment
a sharply defined linear depression
Ball track or indentation in the lane; also, a bowler that is performing particularly well is "in the groove" or is "grooved"
An engraved line or indentation that marks the separation of notes
A furrow, channel, or long hollow, such as may be formed by cutting, molding, grinding, the wearing force of flowing water, or constant travel; a depressed way; a worn path; a rut
Continuous, spiraled trench-like radial guidance track of a recordable or rewritable disc offset towards the entrance surface that defines track centerline for recording purposes and contains CLV clocking, addressing, and other information
A groove is a deep line cut into a surface. Their wheels left grooves in the ground
A long, narrow channel or depression; such a slot cut into a hard material to provide a location for an engineering component or a tyre groove
also known as the racing line, this is the fastest way around a track
A shaft or excavation
An underlying pattern behind a musical performance, consisting of a rhythmic component and perhaps a melodic riff as well The term implies danceability
a settled and monotonous routine that is hard to escape; "they fell into a conversational rut"
(also "score line, scoring") markings (usually horizontal and linear) etched into the face of a golf club to enhance spin direction and decrease hydroplaning Example: Clean the grooves/score lines/scoring on your clubs
a groove in a phonograph record make a groove in, or provide with a groove; "groove a vinyl record
The spiral cut placed into a smoothbore gun, designed to produce a spin on the projectile See also: Land, Rifle
hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove; "furrow soil"
The opening provided between two members to be joined by a groove weld
The best route around the racing surface
also known as "the racing line", this is the fast way around the track The quickest way to get around the track is not always a straight line from corner to corner This term is usually most used in oval racing
(aka: "score line") markings or lines etched into the face of a golf club to enhance spin direction and decrease hydroplaning Example: You should regularly clean the grooves on your clubs to ensure maximum spin
In the case of Ganymede grooves refer to depressions which occur in the bright terrain, often in parallel sets
groove fricative
A hissing sound such as the 's' or 'sh' in 'sash' or 'surge'

Groove fricatives all have more or less of an -like quality, and are for this reason sometimes called sibilants.

groove fricatives
plural form of groove fricative
groove-joint pliers
Tongue-and-groove pliers, also known as water pump pliers, adjustable pliers, groove-joint pliers,Multi-Grips, and Channellocks, are a type of slip-joint pliers. They have serrated jaws generally set 45– to 60-degrees from the handles. The lower jaw can be moved to a number of positions by sliding along a tracking section under the upper jaw. An advantage of this design is that the pliers can adjust to a number of sizes without the distance in the handle growing wider. These pliers often have long handles for increased leverage
in the groove
performing well, especially performing well together
tongue and groove
A joint, in flooring or panelling, made by fitting a ridge (tongue) along the edge of one board into a corresponding slot (groove) on another
tongue-and-groove
Employing tongue and groove joints
tongue-and-groove pliers
Tongue-and-groove pliers, also known as water pump pliers, adjustable pliers, groove-joint pliers,Multi-Grips, and Channellocks, are a type of slip-joint pliers. They have serrated jaws generally set 45– to 60-degrees from the handles. The lower jaw can be moved to a number of positions by sliding along a tracking section under the upper jaw. An advantage of this design is that the pliers can adjust to a number of sizes without the distance in the handle growing wider. These pliers often have long handles for increased leverage
costal groove
groove between the ribs where the nerves and blood vessels are
got into a groove
found one's working rhythm
grooved
established as if settled into a groove or rut having grooves or tracks cut or incised; "grooved records
grooved
Something that is grooved has grooves on its surface. The inscriptions are fresh and deep-grooved. having a groove or several grooves
grooved
past of groove
grooved
Having grooves
groover
A miner
groover
a device that makes grooves by cutting or punching
groover
One who or that which grooves
grooves
[image] Long narrow milled out areas along the sides of the blade to allow the blade to bypass the wards in the keyway
grooves
third person singular present tense of the verb to groove
grooves
Guide channels cut into the ice at the starting area, allowing a sled to follow a straight line during the process of pushing and loading
grooves
(illustrated)
grooves
The depressed areas between the lands (raised surfaces) in the bore; the cutaway portion of the rifling into which the jacket or rotating band of a bullet fits to impart rotation to the bulletin its line of flight
grooves
plural of groove
grooves
Depressions in the periphery of a sheave or drum for positioning and supporting a rope Peening - Permanent distortion of outside wire in a rope caused by pounding
grooving
The act of forming a groove or grooves; a groove, or collection of grooves
grooving
present participle of groove
grooving
Feeling High and relaxed
grooving
the cutting of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel of a firearm
grooving
no, not dancing! This is a term used to describe the way some tires have a tendency to develop a groove on the inner edge of the tread as they wear This is less likely to happen to belted tires or tires with firm inserts Grooving is also a condition that occurs when you have too much negative camber in your car
tongue and groove
A joint made by fitting a tongue on the edge of a board into a matching groove on another board. tongue and groove boards fit together by pushing a piece that sticks out along the edge of one board into a hollow area along the edge of another board
tongue and groove joint
a mortise joint made by fitting a projection on the edge of one board into a matching groove on another board
tongue-and-groove
A groove or several grooves that are cut into the horizontal lengths of the logs in order to provide ease for stacking the logs and to aid in creating stability, and an air tight seal between the logs
tongue-and-groove
-System of joining elements in which a protrusion, or tongue, on one element fits into a groove on the other Typically found on cathedral ceilings and above open beams as an option to drywall A very popular option for log homes
tongue-and-groove
A board whose tongue joint, a protruding slip of board, fits exactly into the groove of another
tongue-and-groove
The joining of two edges, one with an extension or tongue that fits into an opposing groove
Turkish - English

Definition of groove in Turkish English dictionary

zıvana lambalı geçme tongue-and-groove joint
dişi
groove
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