putty

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English - Turkish
macun

Çatlağı macunla tıkadı. - He stopped up the crack with putty.

lök
(Argo) sazan
lökün
(İnşaat) mastik
cam macunu
{f} macunla sıvamak
putty knife macun sürmek için camcının kullandığı alet
{i} oyuncak
sıvacılar tarafından kullanılan ince kireç harç
macuna benzer madde
{i} kukla
{f} macunlamak
macunla

Çatlağı macunla tıkadı. - He stopped up the crack with putty.

{i} camcı macunu
putty facedmanasız ve ifadesiz yüzlü
sıvacı macunu
putty knife
macun bıçağı
putty knife
ıspatula
putty powder
cila tozu
putty in the hands
biri tarafından kolayca yönetilmek
putty rubber
Sanatçıların kullandığı, macun ve sakız gibi bükülebilen bir maddeden yapılan bir çeşit silgi
putty in somebody's hands
elinde oyuncak olmak
putty knife
(İnşaat) spatula Q
putty knife
macun ıspatulası
putty knife
camcı bıçağı
putty knife
spatula
putty knife
macun spatulası
putty making
macunculuk
putty powder
parlatma tozu
putty trowel
(İnşaat) macun küreği
putty up
macunlamak
apply putty
macun çekmek
body putty
(Otomotiv) kaporta macunu
body putty
gövde conta macunu
solid putty
(İnşaat) som macun
be putty in sb's hands
-in elinde oyuncak olmak
glazier's putty
camcı macunu
lime putty
kireç kaymağı
lime putty
kireçkaymağı
plasterers' putty
sıvacı macunu
epoxy putty
İki ayrı maddenin bileşiminden meydana gelen ve karıştırıldığı zaman sertleşen dayanıklı bir tutkal
glazier's putty
çamcı macunu
nutty putty
deli macun
putties
macunları
adhesive putty
bağlayıcı macun
bituminous putty
bitümlü macun
glaziers' putty
camcı macunu
lime putty
kaymak kireç
lime putty
kireç hamuru
linseed oil putty
(Marangozluk) cam macunu
linseed oil putty
bezirli macun
mason's putty
(İnşaat) duvarcı macunu
plaster putty
(İnşaat) sıva harcı
stone putty
(İnşaat) taş macunu
to putty
macunlamak
English - English
Any of a range of similar substances
to fix something using putty
A form of cement, made from linseed oil and whiting, used to fix panes of glass
Of, pertaining to, or resembling putty
{n} a kind of cement used by glaziers
{v} to fasten with putty
A kind of thick paste or cement compounded of whiting, or soft carbonate of lime, and linseed oil, when applied beaten or kneaded to the consistence of dough, used in fastening glass in sashes, stopping crevices, and for similar purposes
Modeler's putty used to fix imperfections in models or mold your own additions or changeds to a model such as a new horn, for example Also used in making dioramas and textures
Pokémon that can mold themselves into any shape Skills: Growth
A type of dough used in sealing glass in the sash, filling small holes and crevices in wood, and for similar purposes
substance used to fill gaps and cracks in the item to be coated, with high filling properties and good sandability RECOATING TIME: in our technical data sheets a time is shown for repeated coats of a base coat without sanding in between Recoating a base with top coats always implies sanding If sanding and top coating come too early, lifting of the base could occur, affecting the quality of the finish
A dough-like material used for glazing window panes and filling imperfections in wood or metal surfaces
Materials used to fill imperfections in a substance Composed of a lacquer or polyester resin Applied with a squeegee/spreader and sanded smooth
Putty is a stiff paste used to fix sheets of glass into window frames
{f} caulk, seal with soft material, cover cracks or holes with putty
A ball made of composition and not gutta percha
a dough-like mixture of whiting and boiled linseed oil; used especially to patch woodwork or secure panes of glass apply putty in order to fix or fill; "putty the window sash
A kind of gaiter of waterproof cloth wrapped around the leg, used by soldiers, etc
{i} any of several varieties of soft material used as a sealant
a dough-like mixture of whiting and boiled linseed oil; used especially to patch woodwork or secure panes of glass
To cement, or stop, with putty
apply putty in order to fix or fill; "putty the window sash"
A type of cement usually made of whiting and boiled linseed oil, beaten or kneaded to the consistency of dough, and used in sealing glass in sash, filling small holes and crevices in wood, and for similar purposes
A plastic material with a high mineral filler content - used for filling deep holes or wide gaps
putty in someone's fingers
Alternative form of putty in someone's hands
putty in someone's hands
One who is readily manipulated or controlled by another person

e clocks on at 8.30 pm with the opening guitar notes of his most famous song, ‘Purple Rain’. Everyone is instantly putty in his hands.

putty in the hands of someone
Alternative form of putty in someone's hands
putty in the hands
be easily manipulated by someone
putty rubber
The kneaded eraser (or putty rubber) is a tool for artists. It is usually made of a grey or white (though can be found in many different colors, ranging from green to blue and hot pink) pliable material that resembles putty or gum. It functions by "absorbing" and "picking up" graphite and charcoal particles. It does not wear away and leave behind eraser residue, thus it lasts much longer than other erasers. Kneaded erasers can be shaped by hand for precision erasing, creating highlights, or detailing work. They are commonly used to remove light charcoal or graphite marks and in subtractive drawing techniques. However, they are ill-suited to completely erasing large areas, and may smear or stick if too warm. Though they do not wear away like other erasers, they can become exhausted and unable to absorb any more graphite or charcoal. In that case a kneaded eraser will actually make marks instead of erasing them. These erasers are however particularly long lasting as they can be washed. A soaking in a more substantial cleansing soap such as dishwashing liquid, with manipulation of hand initially, provides worthy results
putty knife
A tool having a flat flexible blade, used for scraping and applying putty
putty knife
a spatula used to mix or apply putty
be like putty in someone's hands
(deyim) Be easily manipulated by someone
be putty in someone's hands
(deyim) Be easily manipulated by someone
nutty putty
Silly Putty (originally called nutty putty, and also known as Potty Putty) is a silicone plastic, marketed today as a toy for children, but originally created as a fortuitous accident during the course of research into potential rubber substitutes for use by the United States during World War II
potty putty
Silly Putty (originally called nutty putty, and also known as Potty Putty) is a silicone plastic, marketed today as a toy for children, but originally created as a fortuitous accident during the course of research into potential rubber substitutes for use by the United States during World War II
silly putty
Silly Putty (originally called nutty putty, and also known as Potty Putty) is a silicone plastic, marketed today as a toy for children, but originally created as a fortuitous accident during the course of research into potential rubber substitutes for use by the United States during World War II
bouncing putty
a soft elastic silicone polymer that increases in elasticity with the application of force; used in the center of golf balls and as shock-absorbent padding
glazier's putty
material which is applied around the joint of the glass and frame to hold it permanently
iron putty
a cement resembling putty; made by mixing ferric oxide and boiled linseed oil; is acid resistant
red-lead putty
a cement resembling putty; made by mixing white and red lead in boiled linseed oil; used as luting on pipe fittings
Turkish - English

Definition of putty in Turkish English dictionary

üstübeç macunu putty
(made by mixing chalk with white lead or glue)
putty
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