poised

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English - Turkish
temkinli
hazır

Hindistan Çin'i geçip dünyanın en yoğun nüfuslu ülkesi olmaya hazır. - India is poised to surpass China and become the world's most populous country.

harekete hazır
özgüvenli
dengelenmiş
(harekete) hazır
dengeli
{f} denge sağla
denge sağla(mak)
hazır/özgüvenli/dengeli
tut/koy
poised hammer
çekiç güç
poised for
hazır beklemek
poised mine
(Askeri) AYARLI MAYIN: Gemi sayacının "bir" e ayarlanmış olduğu ve ikinci çalıştırmada patlamak üzere hazır olan mayın. Bak. "mine"
poised mine
(Askeri) ayarlı mayın
be poised
kendine hakim olmak
poise
{i} havada asılı kalma
poise
sükun
poise
(Tıp) poiz
poise
hareketsiz durmak
poise
(Meteoroloji) poz
poise
hazırlanmak
poise
soğukkanlılık
poise
dengelenmek
poise
letafet
poise
poise
poise
itidal
poise
hazırlamak
poise
hareketsiz tutmak
poise
iliştirmek
poise
duruş şekli
poise
özgüven
poise
denge
poise
ağdalık birimi
poise
dengesiz biçimde yerleştirmek
poise
denge sağla(mak)
be poised
dengelenmek
be poised
dengeli olmak
be poised for
-e hazır olmak
be poised for battle
ask. savaşa hazır bir şekilde beklemek
be poised in the sky
(kuş) havada hareketsizmiş gibi durmak
poise
{f} dik tutmak (baş)
poise
asılı durmak
poise
havada durmak
poise
duruş

Tom'un bir sürü duruşu var. - Tom has a lot of poise.

poise
dengede tutmak
poise
dengelilik
poise
temkin
poise
hazır tutmak
poise
kendine hakim olma
poise
{i} (hareketlerdeki) güzellik, letafet
poise
kaldırmak
poise
havada duraksamak
poise
ağdalık birimi,v.denge sağla: n.denge
poise
dengelemek
poise
havada tutmak
poise
sarkmak
poise
istikrar
poise
dik tutmak
poise
denge sağlamak
poise
asılı olmak
poise
(Tıp) Mutlak viskozite (akışkanlık) birimi
poise
huzur
poise
muvazene temin etmek
poise
{f} hazırlamak; hazırlanmak: The general poised his army for battle. General askerlerini savaşa hazırladı. 3
poise
{f} kaldırmak (baş)
English - English
Ready, prepared

He stood there, poised to act, and then suddenly he did act, drawing his gun in a smooth arc.

Possessing poise, having self-confidence
If a part of your body is poised, it is completely still but ready to move at any moment. He studied the keyboard carefully, one finger poised
marked by balance or equilibrium and readiness for action; "a gull in poised flight"; "George's poised hammer
If someone is poised to do something, they are ready to take action at any moment. Britain was poised to fly medical staff to the country at short notice US forces are poised for a massive air, land and sea assault
If you are poised, you are calm, dignified, and self-controlled. Rachel appeared poised and calm
{s} stable; hovering; suspended, hung; erect, upright
poise
To balance or to hover
poise
A condition of hovering, or being suspended
poise
Weight; an amount of weight, the amount something weighs

as an huge rockie clift, / Whose false foundation waues haue washt away, / With dreadfull poyse is from the mayneland rift, / So downe he fell .

poise
A cgs unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter
poise
equilibrium
pois
Hawaiian food made from the tuber of the taro that is cooked, pounded to a paste, and fermented
poise
a state of being balanced in a stable equilibrium
poise
To hold or place in equilibrium or equiponderance
poise
A state of balance, equilibrium or stability
poise
To draw up into readiness
poise
A measure of viscosity numerically equal to the force required to move a plane surface of one square centimeter per second when the surfaces are separated by a layer of fluid one centimeter in thickness It is the ratio of the shearing stress to the shear rate of a fluid and is expressed in dyne seconds per square centimeter (DYNE SEC/CM2); 1 centipoise equals 01 poise
poise
Poise is a graceful, very controlled way of standing and moving. Ballet classes are important for poise and grace. A centimeter-gram-second unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter. to put or hold something in a carefully balanced position, especially above something else poise sth over/above sth
poise
a cgs unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter; the viscosity of a fluid in which a force of one dyne per square centimeter maintains a velocity of 1 centimeter per second
poise
The unit of measurement for viscosity
poise
be motionless, in suspension; "The bird poised for a few moments before it attacked"
poise
The CGS unit of dynamic viscosity The unit is expressed in dyne second per square centimeter The centipoise (cP) is more commonly used The formal definition of viscosity arises from the concept put forward by Newton that under conditions of parallel flow, the shearing stress is proportional to the velocity gradient If the force acting on each of two planes of area A parallel to each other, moving parallel to each other with a relative velocity V, and separated by a perpendicular distance X, be denoted by F, the shearing stress is F/A and the velocity gradient, which will be linear for a true liquid, is V/X Thus, F/A = nV/X, where the constant n is the viscosity coefficient or dynamic viscosity of the liquid
poise
To weigh (down); to oppress
poise
Procurement of Information Systems Effectively
poise
To ascertain, as by the balance; to weigh
poise
To counterpoise; to counterbalance
poise
Weight; gravity; that which causes a body to descend; heaviness
poise
great coolness and composure under strain; "keep your cool"
poise
{i} stability; balance, equilibrium; composure, confidence; reasoning, discretion; erectness, uprightness
poise
The weight, or mass of metal, used in weighing, to balance the substance weighed
poise
hold or carry in equilibrium
poise
Position of the body in relation to the feet
poise
prepare (oneself) for something unpleasant or difficult
poise
CGS unit of absolute viscosity: shear stress (in dynes per square centimeter) required to move one layer of fluid along another over a total layer thickness of one centimeter at a shear rate of one centimeter per second Dimensions are dyne-sec/cm2 The CENTIPOISE (cP) is 1/100 of a poise and is the unit of absolute viscosity most commonly used Whereas ordinary viscosity measurements depend on the force of gravity on the fluid to supply the shear stress and are thus subject to distortion by differences in fluid density, ABSOLUTE VISCOSITY measurements are independent of density and are directly related to resistance to flow (See also VISCOSITY )
poise
To hang in equilibrium; to be balanced or suspended; hence, to be in suspense or doubt
poise
Composure; freedom from embarrassment or affectation
poise
If someone has poise, they are calm, dignified, and self-controlled. It took a moment for Mark to recover his poise
poise
mien; bearing or deportment of the head or body
poise
That which causes a balance; a counterweight
poise
A cgs absolute unit of viscosity that is equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter
poise
The unit of viscosity in the cgs system equal to 1 dyne second per square centimeter
poise
{f} balance; stabilize; hang, suspend
poise
The state of being balanced by equal weight or power; equipoise; balance; equilibrium; rest
poise
cause to be balanced or suspended
poise
Watchmakers say that a balance is "in poise" when the balance is in neutral equilibrium, as verified on the poising tool for example Its significance is that the center of gravity lies on the axis of rotation
poise
To balance; to make of equal weight; as, to poise the scales of a balance
Turkish - English

Definition of poised in Turkish English dictionary

poise
poise
poised

    Turkish pronunciation

    poyzd

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpoizd/ /ˈpɔɪzd/

    Etymology

    (verb.) 1598. Middle English, to weigh, ponder, from Middle French pois-, stem of peser, from Latin pensare; more at PENSIVE.

    Common Collocations

    poised over

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