lance

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English - Turkish
mızrak
yarmak
kargı
lance snake ok yılanı
meraklı süvari alayı neferi
{i} mızraklı süvari
(Askeri) LANCE FÜZESİ: Seyyar, depolanabilir, sıvı yakıtlı, nükleer ve nükleer olmayan kabiliyetlere sahip; kara birliklerini uzun menzilli atışlarla desteklemek üzere tasarlanmış karadan havaya atılan güdümlü bir füze
zıpkın/mızrak
{f} neşterle kesmek
deşmek
{i} neşter
lancewood mızrak sapı yapımında kullanılan dayanıklı bir çeşit ağaç
{i} zıpkın
neşter ile yarıp açmak
kes
{f} mızraklamak
(Askeri) lance füzesi
lance corporal
neşter sapı
lance a boil
neşterle çıbanı yarmak
lance a boil
(isim)şterle çıbanı yarmak
lance corporal
onbaşının altındaki erbaşı
lance sergeant
çavuş görevindeki onbaşı
fer-de-lance
iri Güney Amerika yılanı
free lance
serbest sanatçı
lancing
(Metal İşleme) Bir metal işleme yöntemi; kesilen parçanın ayrılmadan yeniden şekillendirilmesi.( örn rende,lineer fanlar vs ) Bu işlemde kesilen parça atılmaz sadece yeniden şekillendirilir
sand lance
kum mızrak
armed with a lance or spear
(Askeri) mızraklı
free lance
(Askeri) BİR HAVA ÖNLEMESİNDE; "UÇAĞIN KENDİ KENDİNİ KONTROLU SAĞLANMIŞTIR" ANLAMINDA BİR KOD
grouting lance
(İnşaat) harçlama marpucu
injection lance
içitim aygıtı
oxygen lance
(Askeri) oksijen mızrağı
oxygen lance cutting
(Askeri) oksijen mızrağı kesme
spray lance
(Mekanik) püskürtme marpucu
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of lance in Turkish Turkish dictionary

lance armstrong
Kanser hastalığı geçirmesine rağmen Fransa Bisiklet Turu'nu üst üste yedi kez (1999-2005) kazanarak kırılması güç bir rekorun sahibi olan ABD'li bisikletçi
English - English
A male given name, pet form of Lancelot or transferred use of the surname; by folk etymology associated with a lance
A patronymic surname
A soldier armed with a lance; a lancer
An instrument which conveys the charge of a piece of ordnance and forces it home
To open with a lancet; to pierce; as, to lance a vein or an abscess
One of the small paper cases filled with combustible composition, which mark the outlines of a figure
A spear or harpoon used by whalers and fishermen
A weapon of war, consisting of a long shaft or handle and a steel blade or head; a spear carried by horsemen

The head of the lance was commonly of the leaf form, and sometimes approached that of the lozenge; it was very seldom barbed, although this variety, together with the others, appears upon the Bayeux Tapestry.

A small iron rod which suspends the core of the mold in casting a shell
A lancet
To throw in the manner of a lance; to lanch
To pierce with a lance, or with any similar weapon

Seized the due victim, and with fury lanced Her back. Dryden.

A wooden spear, sometimes hollow, used in jousting or tilting, designed to shatter on impact with the opposing knight’s armour

What will you do, good greybeard? Break a lance, And run a-tilt at Death within a chair?.

{v} to pierce, cut, lay open
{n} a long spear
pet form of Lancelot or transferred use of the surname; by folk etymology associated with a lance
A surname
pierce with a lance, as in a knights' fight
pierce with a lance, as in a knights' fight move quickly, as if by cutting one's way; "Planes lanced towards the shore
To throw in the manner of a lance
(1 syl ), in Christian art, is an attribute of St Matthew and St Thomas, the apostles; also of St Longinus, St George, St Adalbert, St Oswin, St Barbara, St Michael, St Dometrius, and several others Astolpho had a lance of gold that with enchanted force dismounted everyone it touched (Orlando Furioso, bk ix ) A free-lance One who acts on his own judgment, and not from party motives The reference is to the Free Companies of the Middle Ages, called in Italy condottieri, and in France Compagnies Grandes, which were free to act as they liked, and were not servants of the Crown or of any other potentate It must be confessed, however, that they were willing to sell themselves to any master and any cause, good or bad
open by piercing with a lancet; "lance a boil"
open by piercing with a lancet; "lance a boil" pierce with a lance, as in a knights' fight move quickly, as if by cutting one's way; "Planes lanced towards the shore
- steady-burning, flare-like device used to provide color on devices like rats, wheels, and set pieces
a long pointed rod used as a weapon
A weapon of war, consisting of a long shaft or handle and a steel blade or head; a spear carried by horsemen, and often decorated with a small flag; also, a spear or harpoon used by whalers and fishermen
A wooden spear, sometimes hollow, used in jousting or tilting, designed to shatter on impact with the opposing knight's armour
ceremonial knife to cut Lamb and Particles from Prosphora
The standard, twelve-person cavalry unit in the Yeoman Army or Militia Its elected leader is referred to as a Yeoman
{i} steel-tipped wooden spear carried by knights and cavalry soldiers; sharp pointed tool which resembles a lance (i.e. harpoon)
A cutter used to pierce a small hole in the closed end of a cigar Also called a piercer
Usually a small, thin walled, tube containing coloured composition used to make lancework
A student at Sunnydale High School, Lance was a nerd who was picked on by a group of bullies He appeared in "The Pack "
{f} cut with a lancet, cut open with a scalpel; pierce with a lance
Shakespeare's father was granted arms as follows: "Or, on a bend sable a lance of the field "
If a boil on someone's body is lanced, a small cut is made in it so that the liquid inside comes out. It is a painful experience having the boil lanced
Line Algorithm for Navigation in a Combat Environment
an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish
a surgical knife with a pointed double-edged blade; used for punctures and small incisions
move quickly, as if by cutting one's way; "Planes lanced towards the shore"
Small metal device used to poke a hole in the end of a cigar Smaller than a plunge cut hole Sometimes these are called piercers
or spear (Gr Lonche) A small, lance-shaped, double-edged knife used by the priest for the cutting of the altar bread in the service of the Preparation of the Holy Gifts (see Proskomide)
A lance is a long spear used in former times by soldiers on horseback. the clang of lances striking armour. a long thin pointed weapon that was used in the past by soldiers riding on horses (lancea). to cut a small hole in someone's flesh with a sharp instrument to let out pus (=yellow liquid produced by infection)
To throw in the manner of a lance; Lanch
lance corporal
An enlisted rank of grade E-3 in the United States Marine Corps, ranking above private first class and below corporal. Abbreviated as LCpl
lance corporal
A non-commissioned officer in the British Army and Royal Marines, ranking above private and below corporal. Equivalent to NATO rank grade OR-3
lance corporals
plural form of lance corporal
Lance Armstrong
born Sept. 18, 1971, Plano, Texas, U.S. American cyclist and the first rider to win six Tour de France titles (1999-2004). Armstrong began his professional cycling career in 1992 when he joined the Motorola team. He won stages of the Tour de France in 1993 and 1995 but withdrew from three of four Tours he attempted from 1993 to 1996. After the 1996 Tour, Armstrong fell ill, suffering from testicular cancer that had spread to his lungs and brain. Months of treatments followed before he could attempt his comeback. In 1998 he won the Tour of Luxembourg, and on July 25, 1999, he became the second American to win the Tour de France and the first to win it for an American team (three-time winner Greg LeMond had raced with European teams). In 2003 he won his fifth consecutive Tour de France, tying a record set by Miguel Indurain, and the following year he broke the record with his sixth consecutive win
Lance Armstrong
{i} (born 1971) United States professional road racing cyclist who is the first and most famous for winning the "Tour de France" for a record of 7 consecutive times from 1999 to 2005 (in 1996 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer which had spread to his brain and lungs, from which he completely recovered and became one of the most impressive comebacks in sports history)
lance corporal
an enlisted man in the marine corps ranking above a private first class and below a corporal
lance corporal
a low level rank in the Marines or the British army, or someone who has this rank (lancepesade (16-19 centuries), from early lancepessade, from lancia spezzata )
lance corporal
(U.S. Military) rank between private first class and corporal; (British) corporal of the lowest rank
lance fish
A slender marine fish of the genus Ammodytes, especially Ammodytes tobianus of the English coast; called also sand lance
oxygen lance
a tube that carries oxygen to a heated tool; used to cut metal; the tip is continuously consumed
thermal lance
A tool that burns iron in an oxygen-rich environment to create very high temperatures for cutting
thermic lance
A thermal lance
lanced
{a} opened or cut with a lance, pierced
lancing
Lancing is the manufacturing process where a piece of material is sheared and bent in order to make tabs, vents, and louvers. A key part of this process is that there is not reduction of material, only a modification in its geometry
lancing
Lancing is a minor surgical procedure to release pus or pressure built up under the skin, such as from an abscess, boil, or infected paranasal sinus
A lance
launce
fer-de-lance
(French; "spearhead") Extremely venomous pit viper (genus Bothrops), found in diverse tropical American habitats, from cultivated lands to forests. It has a broad, triangular head and is gray or brown, marked by a series of black-edged diamonds often bordered in a lighter colour. It is usually about 4-7 ft (1.2-2 m) long. Its bite can be fatal to humans. The name is sometimes applied to all members of the Central and South American genus Bothrops and to an Asian genus, Trimeresurus
fer-de-lance
{i} large and extremely venomous snake native to tropical America
fer-de-lance
large extremely venomous pit viper of Central America and South America
free lance
contributor who is not regularly employed by a company, independent; soldier for hire (in the Middle Ages)
free-lance
work on a free-lance basis
free-lance photographer
independent photographer, photographer not permanently engaged by one particular employer
lanced
past of lance
lances
plural of lance
lances
third-person singular of lance
lancing
present participle of lance
sand lance
Any of several small marine fishes of the genus Ammodytes, having a slender body with a forked tail fin and often burrowing in the sand of tidelands. Also called launce, sand eel
sand lance
very small silvery eellike schooling fishes that burrow into sandy beaches
Turkish - English

Definition of lance in Turkish English dictionary

lance füzesi
(Askeri) lance
lance
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