listen to the pronunciation of revolver
English - Turkish

Polis tabancasını çekti. - The police officer drew his revolver.

Polis tabancayı çekti. - The policeman drew the revolver.

(Askeri) altıpatlar (toplu tabanca)
(Mekanik) yarı-otomatik torna
seri ateş eden bir silah
(Avcılık) kırılabilen toplu tabanca
mükerrer ateşli tabanca
{i} altıpatlar
{i} revolver
(Askeri) REVOLVER, TOPLU TABANCA: İçine belli miktarda mermi konan ve döner bir silindiri bulunan toplu tabanca
(Askeri,Avcılık) toplu tabanca
(Mekanik) torna
revolver head
(Mekanik) döner başlık
revolver head
(Mekanik) döner kafa
revolver track
dönüş izi
double action revolver
(Askeri) BASMA HOROZLU REVOLVER: Tetiğe basmak suretiyle, horozu geriye giderek ileriye doğru düşen toplu tabanca. Her atım için horozu el ile kurulan toplu tabancaya "kurma horozlu revolver" denir. Bak. "single action revolver"
single action revolver
(Askeri) KURMA HOROZLU REVOLVER: Bak. "double action revolver"
Turkish - Turkish
(Hukuk) Namlusunun arkasında silindir bulunan bir tabanca türü
Altıpatlar da denilen bir tabanca türü
Fişek koymaya yarayan bölümü silindir biçiminde ve namlu gerisinde olan, tek parçadan oluşmuş tabanca, altıpatlar: "Sedef ve gümüş kakmalı bıçaklara, revolverlere meraklıydı."- Y. K. Beyatlı
Fişek koymaya yarayan bölümü silindir biçiminde ve namlu gerisinde olan, tek parçadan oluşmuş tabanca, altıpatlar
Fişek koymaya yarayan bölümü silindir biçiminde ve namlu gerisinde olan, tek parçadan oluşmuş tabanca
English - English
A handgun with a revolving chamber enabling several shots to be fired without reloading
Agent noun of revolve; something that revolves
A gun, usually a handgun, with a multi-chambered cylinder that rotates to successively align each chamber with a single barrel and firing pin
a door consisting of four orthogonal partitions that rotate about a central pivot; a door designed to equalize the air pressure in tall buildings
One who, or that which, revolves; specifically, a firearm ( commonly a pistol) with several chambers or barrels so arranged as to revolve on an axis, and be discharged in succession by the same lock; a repeater
a pistol with a revolving cylinder (usually having six chambers for bullets)
A projectile weapon of the pistol type, having a breechloading chambered cylinder so arranged that the cocking of the hammer or movement of the trigger rotates it and brings the next cartridge in line with the barrel for firing
{i} pistol with a revolving cylinder that holds several cartridges; person or thing that revolves
Type of pistol named for its unique feeding system consisting of a revolving cylinder with multiple cartridge chambers
A term credit card issuers use for cardholders who roll over part of the account balance to the next month, instead of paying off the balance in full each month
A revolver is a kind of hand gun. Its bullets are kept in a revolving cylinder in the gun. a type of small gun. The bullets are in a case which turns around as you fire the gun, so that when you fire one bullet the next bullet is ready to be fired handgun, pistol pistol. Pistol with a revolving cylinder that provides multishot action. Some early versions, known as pepperboxes, had several barrels, but as early as the 17th century pistols were being made with a revolving chamber to load cartridges into a single barrel. The first practical revolver was not designed until 1835, when Samuel Colt patented his version. He established the standard of a cylinder with multiple chambers, each of which successively locked in position behind the barrel and was discharged by pressure on the trigger. In Colt's early single-action revolvers, the cylinder revolved as the hammer was cocked manually. Double-action revolvers, in which the hammer is cocked and the cylinder revolves as the trigger is pulled, were developed soon afterward, along with metal cartridges
A term credit card issuers use for card holders who roll over part of the bill to the next month, instead of paying off the balance in full each month About seven out of 10 card holders revolve the debt
Mauser revolver
powerful repeating pistol developed in Germany
colt revolver
A revolver made according to a system using a patented revolving cylinder, holding six cartridges, patented by Samuel Colt, an American inventor, in 1835
colt revolver
With various modifications, it has for many years been the standard for the United States army
colt revolver
type of revolver named after its inventor Samuel Colt
plural of revolver
Turkish - English
revolver (a gun)
revolver başlı torna
capstan lathe
revolver topu
cartridge cylinder