riser

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English - Turkish
çıkış borusu
{i} basamaklı platform
basamak yüksekliği
yataktan kalkan kimse
Merdiven basamağının dik olan kısmı
sahneye konabilen basamaklı platform
(Mühendislik) oluk
{i} merdiven desteği
basamağın dik bölüm
(Nükleer Bilimler) yükseltici
(Mukavele) rıht
basamak
riser height
(İnşaat) rıht yüksekliği
riser pipe
tesisat kolonu
blind riser
(Mekanik) kör oluk
return riser
dönüş kolonu
supply riser
besleme düşey hattı
offsetted riser
(Mühendislik) Bir su (pis su) kolonunda(düşey hat) kolonun belirli bir düşey gidişten sonra bir yatay gidiş yapıp tekrar düşeye döndüğü kolon; kaçık kolon
early riser
erken kalkan

O erken kalkan biridir. - She is an early riser.

Eskiden bir gece kuşuydum fakat şimdi bir erken kalkanım. - I used to be a night owl, but now I'm an early riser.

early riser
sabahçı
exhaust riser
egzoz yükseltici
fuel riser
(Otomotiv) yakıt yükselticisi
fuel riser
(Otomotiv) yakıt arttırıcısı
fuel riser
(Otomotiv) yakıt taşıyıcısı
heat riser
(Otomotiv) emme manifoldu ısıtıcısı
late riser
geç kalkan
risers
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT ASKILARI: Bir personel paraşüt kolanında, omuz ayar parçaları ile bağlantı halkaları arasında uzanan, paraşüt kubbesi askı iplerinin paraşüt kolanına bağlı bulunduğu kısım. Bir yük paraşüt kolanında; kopçalar veya yük bağlama noktası ile paraşüt kubbesi askı iplerinin bağlama noktası arasında uzanan kısım
risers
(Askeri) paraşüt askıları
English - English
The vertical part of a step on a staircase
Someone or something which rises
The main body of a bow
A conduit or path between floors of a building for placement of telephone, networking, and other utility cables
A platform or stand used to lift or elevate something

The choir stood on risers for the performance.

{n} one who rises, the upright of a stair
One who rises; as, an early riser
The inlet portion of a drop inlet spillway that extends vertically from the pipe conduit and controls the water surface elevation
The vertical board of a step It forms the front of the stair step
Vertical boards between the steps of a stairway
a vertical pipe in a building
Any small upright face, as of a seat, platform, veranda, or the like
{i} one who rises (especially from bed); vertical board connecting two stair treads; large stair-like platform used during stage performances
The vertical board placed between the treads of a staircase
A vertical board which connects two treads of a stair step; also the vertical height of a stair step
The handle of the bow The side facing the target is called the back The side near the string (closest to the archer) is called the belly
A riser is the flat vertical part of a step or a stair
a person who rises (especially from bed); "he's usually a late riser"
The vertical board spanning the space between treads on a staircase
A shaft excavated from below upward
The conduit or path between floors of a building into which telephone and other utility cables are placed to bring service from one floor to another
The vertical portion of a stair
A supply line pipe that rises from one story to the next; also the short vertical pipes that bring water from the branch to the fixture Back to alphabetical list
The conduit or path between floors of a building into which telephone, networking, and other utility cables are placed to bring service from one floor to another
The Space from the top of one tread to the bottom of the next
1 A vertical pipe extending from the bottom of a basin that is used to control the discharge rate from the basin for a specified design storm 2 A pipe rising from underground tile to allow surface water to enter the tile in a low area
Vertical boards placed between stringers on stairs to support stair treads They are optional on exterior stairs
The vertical board at the front of each step or tread in a staircase
a vertical pipe or weir within the embankment of a storm water wetland that is used to regulate the storm water discharge from the structure for specified design storm(s)
The vertical stair member between two consecutive stair treads In plumbing, a vertical pipe
See under Feed, n
Vertical height from the top of one step to the top of the next
The underground-to-overhead cable connection enclosed in a pipe and attached to the side of the pole Top
A vertical member between two stair treads
structural member consisting of the vertical part of a stair or step a vertical pipe in a building a person who rises (especially from bed); "he's usually a late riser
The upright piece of a step, from tread to tread
A feed head
An early riser is someone who likes to get up early in the morning. A late riser is someone who likes to get up late. He was an early riser and he would be at the breakfast table at seven
1) See Rostrum 2) The vertical part of a step 3) The vertical parts of the concentric rings of a fresnel lens
Each of the vertical boards closing the spaces between the treads of stairways
The vertical panel between each step of an enclosed stair Open stairs have no riser panels Also refers to the combination of all vertical elements, treads and landings Two steps and a landing equal three risers Local codes require a handrail if more than two risers within a stair section Sections are considered separate if the landing is more than 3 to 4 feet between stair sections, depending on other conditions
structural member consisting of the vertical part of a stair or step
A vertical assembly of fittings and pipes that distributes water upward
The underground-to-overhead cable connection enclosed in a pipe and attached to the side of the pole BACK TO TOP
Pfizer riser
the drug sildenafil citrate marketed as Viagra
dry riser
A main vertical pipe, usually kept empty, intended to distribute water to multiple levels of a building in the event of a fire
early riser
Someone who rises (gets up) early in the morning

I was surprised to see him asleep at 10:00, as he's normally such an early riser.

high-riser
A bed comprising a top frame and mattress and another that can be collapsed and stashed beneath the first
early riser
one who wakes up early, one who gets out of bed at an early hour
open riser
A staircase without risers, in which the vertical space between treads is left open
open riser
Riser whose top is open to the atmosphere through the top of the mold
risers
Height of the step, which varies per house (vertical surface)
risers
plural of riser
risers
Raked staging used at competitions
risers
The vertical face of a step
risers
The webbing that connects the harness to the suspension lines At the bottom of the risers will be a mechanism for attaching and releasing the risers and harness, usually in the form of a three ring release On the rear risers are the brakes/steering lines The suspension lines attach to the top of the risers with connector links, also known as rapid links
risers
n Two V-shaped piece of webbing which connects the parachute to the harness/container Typically, Rapide links are used to connect lines to risers, toggles are velcroed onto the back of the rear risers, and the smaller two rings of the three-ring release are incorporated at the bottom
risers
A set of 3-4 webbings that collect all the cascading lines from the wing to a single hang point by which the harness is suspended [Known also as V-bridle]
riser
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