plumb

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English - Turkish
{f} su tesisatını kurmak
{f} derinine inmek
doğru
kurşun
anlamaya çalışmak
çekül
şakul
anlamını çıkartmaya çalışmak
{s} dikey
{i} iskandil kurşunu. s
çekül,v.anlamaya çalış: n.doğru
eğrice
{s} su katılmamış
şakül
{s} tam

Tesisatçı bizim lavaboyu tamir etmek için birçok alet kullandı. - The plumber used many tools to fix our sink.

Bunu tamir edebilir misin yoksa bir tesisatçı çağırmam mı gerekiyor. - Can you fix this or should I call a plumber?

dosdoğru
çekül/şakül
{i} iskandil
{i} çekülün ucuna bağlı olan kurşun
{f} kurşunla kaplamak
amudi
dili tam
anlamını çıkartmaya ça
{f} derinlemesine araştırmak
gayet
dili tamamen
{f} doğrultmak
şakuli
tam olarak
düşey olarak
{f} ölçmek (derinlik)
ölç/ara/iskan
mutlak surette
dimdik
{s} düşey
adamakıllı
{f} iskandil etmek
plumb line şakül sicimi
dikine
dik
çekül ile düzeltmek
tartmak
düzeltmek
ölçmek
plumbing
sıhhi tesisat
Plumbing
sıhhî tesisat
plumb in
bağlamak
plumb line
çekül doğrusu
plumb line
şakül
plumb rule
kabarcıklı düzeç
plumb rule
tesviyeruhu
plumb the depths
(Konuşma Dili) perişan olmak
plumb the depths
(Konuşma Dili) dibe vurmak
plumb the depths
(Askeri) iskandil vermek
plumb the depths
(Askeri) iskandil etmek
plumb the depths
(Konuşma Dili) gömülmek
plumb the depths
(Konuşma Dili) -in derinliklerine inmek
plumb the depths of
-in derinliklerine gömülmek
plumb in
bağla
plumb level
tesviyeruhu
plumb line
çekül
plumb line
çekül sicimi
plumb the depths
derinliklerine inmek
plumb center shot
çekül merkezi shot
plumb-line
Çekül
plumb bob
şakul topuzu
plumb bob
çekülün ucuna bağlı olan kurşun
plumb level
sarkaç terazi
plumb level
sarkaç düzeç
plumb level
ipli düzeç
plumb point
(Askeri) NADİR; ÇEKÜL NOKTASI: Bir fotoğraf makinesinde; poz sırasında, objektifin zemin üzerindeki iz düşümü. Bak. "nadir"
plumb rule
su terazisi
plumb rule
tesviye ruhu
plumb the depths
son raddeye varmak
plumbing
{i} su tesisatı

Su tesisatımızı tamir etmemize yardım edecek adam sen misin? - Are you the guy who's going to help us fix our plumbing?

Su tesisatımı tamir etmek için kimi arayabilirim? - Who can I call to fix my plumbing?

be plumb
gerçekten
plumbing
sıhhi tesisat işleri
plumbing
anlayarak
plumbing
tesisat

Tom'un su tesisatçısında çalışacağını düşündüm. - I thought Tom would work on the plumbing.

Tom'un su tesisatında yardıma ihtiyacı vardı. - Tom needed help with the plumbing.

plumbing
{f} anlamaya çalış
plumbing
muslukçuluk
plumbing
{i} boru tesisatı
plumbing
boru tesisatçılığı
be out of plumb
dışında olmak çekül
be out of plumb
şakulünde olmamak, şakulden kaçmak
be plumb
iskandil etmek
be plumb
şakullemek
be plumb
şakulünde olmak. z., k.dili. gerçekten, düpedüz. f
be plumb
şakulüne getirmek
plumb line
gez
plumb line
şakul
plumbing
{i} (sıhhi) tesisatçılık
plumbing
{i} su tesisatçılığı
plumbing
su tesisat

Su tesisatımızı tamir etmemize yardım edecek adam sen misin? - Are you the guy who's going to help us fix our plumbing?

Tom'un su tesisatçısında çalışacağını düşündüm. - I thought Tom would work on the plumbing.

plumbing
{i} (binadaki) (sıhhi) tesisat
plumbing
su tesisatım yapma
plumbing
ölç/ara/iskandil et
plumbing
kurşun işleri
plumbing
{i} lehimcilik
plumbing
bir binadaki boru tesisatı
plumbing
su döşemi
plumbing
sıhhi tesisatçılık
plumbing
iskandil atma
English - English
To attach to a water supply and drain
To position vertically above or below
To think about or explore in depth, to get to the bottom of, especially to plumb the depths of
To determine the depth, generally of a liquid; to sound
Describing an LBW where the batsman is hit on the pads directly in front of his wicket and should be given out
To seal something with lead
To trace a road or track; to follow it to its end
To fall or sink like a plummet
To use a plumb bob as a measuring or aligning tool
: To work as a plumber
To accurately align vertically or horizontally
truly vertical
In a vertical direction
Squarely, directly; completely

Years ago the well plumb dried out, not a drop of water in there since.

A little mass of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by builders, etc., to indicate a vertical direction; a plummet; a plumb bob (UK); a plumb line (US)
A weight on the end of a long line, used by sailors to determine the depth of water
a weight suspended by a line to test the verticality of something
{v} to found, to adjest
{n} a leaden weight on a line, a plummet
{a} perpendicular
To work as a plumber
In a plumb direction; perpendicularly
To seal with lead; as, to plumb a drainpipe
Exactly perpendicular or vertical; at right angles tot he horizon or floor
to sound; to fathom; to test
Exactly vertical and perpendicular
adjust with a plumb line so as to make vertical
To determine the depth of water with a plumb; to sound
This is a term indicating that something is vertical Typically a level is used to determine when something is plumb
examine thoroughly and in great depth
If someone plumbs the depths of an unpleasant emotion or quality, they experience it or show it to an extreme degree. They frequently plumb the depths of loneliness, humiliation and despair
To supply, as a building, with a system of plumbing
Plumb is the opposite of level Holding a level perpendicular to the ground is plumb Walls are said to be plumb and floor systems are referred to as level
A little mass or weight of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by builders, etc
{s} vertical, perpendicular
To use a plumb bob to test for vertical alignment
the metal bob of a plumb line
measure the depth of something
weight with lead
That which is vertically perpendicular as measured with a spirit level or plumb bob
The exact karat amount legally required E g 14K plumb would be exactly 58 33 Wt% Au
To prepare the pumbing lines for a faucet or fixture Also a reference to true vertical
If you say that something plumbs new depths, you mean that it is worse than all the things of its kind that have existed before, even though some of them have been very bad. Relations between the two countries have plumbed new depths
{i} plummet, plumb line; lead weight used to determine perpendicularity
exactly vertical; "the tower of Pisa is far out of plumb"
The verticality of brickwork
See Plumb line, below
to indicate a vertical direction; a plummet; a plumb bob
Perfectly vertical, perpendicular with the floor
Perfectly vertical or perpendicular
To adjust by a plumb line; to cause to be perpendicular; as, to plumb a building or a wall
Perpendicular; vertical; conforming the direction of a line attached to a plumb; as, the wall is plumb
vertical; aligned with the force of gravity
{f} measure depth using a plumb; make perpendicular to
When someone plumbs a building, they put in all the pipes for carrying water. She learned to wire and plumb the house herself
plumbing
Perfectly vertical
Exactly perpendicular; vertical
Vertical
adjust with a plumb line so as to make vertical examine thoroughly and in great depth measure the depth of something weight with lead exactly vertical; "the tower of Pisa is far out of plumb"
Meaning absolutely vertical or square An accurate measurement taken using a weight and string or a level
If you plumb something mysterious or difficult to understand, you succeed in understanding it. She never abandoned her attempts to plumb my innermost emotions = fathom
conforming to the direction of a plumb line
perpendicularly; vertically; utterly, quite, completely, totally (Slang)
completely; used as intensifiers; "clean forgot the appointment"; "I'm plumb (or plum) tuckered out"
The term used to define a vertical element that is perfectly perpendicular to a level surface above or below
exactly; "fell plumb in the middle of the puddle"
To make something vertical or perpendicular accurately
To sound with a plumb or plummet, as the depth of water; hence, to examine by test; to ascertain the depth, quality, dimension, etc
Describing an LBW where the batsman is hit on the pads directly in front on his wicket and should be given out
plumb bob
A metal weight attached to the end of a plumb line
plumb bobs
plural form of plumb bob
plumb line
Any vertical reference line
plumb line
A cord with a weight attached, used to produce a vertical line
plumb-
A form of plumbo- used before a vowel
plumb-bob
Alternative spelling of plumb bob
plumb bob
the metal bob of a plumb line
plumb bob
A usually conical metal weight attached to the end of a plumb line. Also called plummet
plumb bob
A plumb bob is carefully machined, pointed weight that is suspended with a string It is used to indicate a (local) vertical line through the point of suspension
plumb bob
a pointed weight attached to a line for testing
plumb bob
a method of reading putts where the putter is hung from the fingers (like a surveyor's plumb line) in front of one's visual field to create a vertical reference Example: "Plumb bobbing is a difficult skill to acquire and is preferred by many players due to the 'feel' that it provides "
plumb bob
A weight on a string or thread, so that it hangs straight down, i e perpendicular to the earth's surface and directly in line with the centre of the Earth
plumb bob
A pointed metal weight with a string used to determine vertical alignment
plumb bob
Holding the putter in a vertical position and using it as a sight to determine the Line of Putt
plumb bob
A lead weight attached to a string It is the tool used in determining plumb
plumb bob
(illustrated)
plumb bob
A metal weight attached to a string Used to determine plumb
plumb bob
a weight hanging on a cord used to provide a true vertical reference
plumb bob
A shaped metal weight that is suspended from the lower end of a line to determine the vertical
plumb crazy
totally nuts, completely insane
plumb for a candidate
vote for an agreed-upon candidate
plumb in the middle
located exactly in the center
plumb level
a carpenter's level with a plumb line at right angles to it
plumb line
A tool used to drop a perpendicular line on a wall to aid in hanging a strip of wallcovering vertically
plumb line
A vertical guideline (sometimes called a level line) necessary when hanging wallpaper; a length of string is usually coated with chalk to which a weight is attached; when the string is snapped, the chalk leaves a straight line on the wall A level can also be used to achieve the same results by tracing with a pencil on the correctly positioned level
plumb line
A long string weighted at one end with a metal plumb bob, used to determine true vertical lines
plumb line
A string or cord with a weight at one end that is used to determine a vertical line
plumb line
A plumb line is a piece of string with a weight attached to the end that is used to check that something such as a wall is vertical or that it slopes at the correct angle. a piece of string with a small heavy object tied to one end, used for measuring the depth of water, or for checking whether something such as a wall is built exactly upright
plumb line
a cord from which a metal weight is suspended pointing directly to the earth's center of gravity; used to determine the vertical from a given point
plumb line
a true vertical reference line established using a plumb bob
plumb rule
A narrow strip of wood with a plumb line hanging from it, used to test verticality
plumb rule
a plumb line attached to a narrow board
plumb-line
weight that determines a perpendicular line
plumbing
The trade or occupation of a plumber
plumbing
A Murasugi sum where each disk summed along has its boundary subdivided into four segments
plumbing
The pipes, together with the joints, tanks, stopcocks, taps and other fixtures of a water, gas or sewage system in a house or other building
out of plumb
not perpendicular, not at a right angle; not true, false
plumbed
(of water depth) measured by a line and plumb
plumbed
past of plumb
plumbing
The lead or iron pipes, and other apparatus, used in conveying water, sewage, etc
plumbing
in a building
plumbing
[UNIX] n Term used for {shell} code, so called because of the prevalence of `pipelines' that feed the output of one program to the input of another Under UNIX, user utilities can often be implemented or at least prototyped by a suitable collection of pipelines and temp-file grinding encapsulated in a shell script; this is much less effort than writing C every time, and the capability is considered one of UNIX's major winning features A few other OSs such as IBM's VM/CMS support similar facilities Esp used in the construction `hairy plumbing' (see {hairy}) "You can kluge together a basic spell-checker out of `sort(1)', `comm(1)', and `tr(1)' with a little plumbing " See also {tee}
plumbing
The art of casting and working in lead, and applying it to building purposes; especially, the business of furnishing, fitting, and repairing pipes for conducting water, sewage, etc
plumbing
Plumbing is the work of connecting and repairing things such as water and drainage pipes, baths, and toilets. She learned the rudiments of brick-laying, wiring and plumbing. System of pipes and fixtures installed in a building for the distribution of potable water and the removal of waterborne wastes. Plumbing is usually distinguished from water and sewage systems, which serve a group of buildings or a city. Improvement in plumbing systems was very slow, with virtually no progress made from the time of the Roman system of aqueducts and lead pipes until the 19th century. Eventually the development of separate, underground water and sewage systems eliminated open sewage ditches. Present-day water pipes are usually made of steel, copper, brass, plastic, or other nontoxic material. A building's waste-disposal system has two parts: the drainage system and the venting system. The drainage portion comprises pipes leading from various fixture drains to the central main, which is connected to the sewage system. The venting system consists of pipes leading from an air inlet (usually on the roof) to various points within the drainage system; by providing the circulation of air within the system, it protects the trap seals of fixtures from siphonage and back pressure. See also sewage system, water pollution, water-supply system
plumbing
A system of vessels or ducts in the human body, especially the genitourinary system
plumbing
utility consisting of the pipes and fixtures for the distribution of water or gas in a building and for the disposal of sewage
plumbing
measuring the depths of the oceans
plumbing
The work or business of installing pipes, fixtures, and other apparatus for bringing in the water supply and removing liquid and water-borne wastes This term is used also to denote the installed fixtures and piping of a building
plumbing
System of pipes for the conveyance of water or gas in a building Also, the work performed to install such a system
plumbing
the occupation of a plumber (installing and repairing pipes and fixtures for water or gas or sewage in a building)
plumbing
the occupation of a plumber (installing and repairing pipes and fixtures for water or gas or sewage in a building) utility consisting of the pipes and fixtures for the distribution of water or gas in a building and for the disposal of sewage
plumbing
{i} work of a plumber; system of pipes and hoses (for water supply, etc.)
plumbing
The plumbing in a building consists of the water and drainage pipes, baths, and toilets in it. The electrics and the plumbing were sound
plumbs
third-person singular of plumb
plumbs
plural of , plumb
say something plumb
speak honestly, speak frankly
plumb
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