enclosure

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kuşatma
{i} çevirme
ilişik
{i} çevrilmiş yer
etrafinı çevirme
etrafını çevirme
mania
parmaklık
(Bilgisayar) koruncak
ilişikte gönderilen şey
çit
duvar
kapsam
{i} eklenmiş belge
içeri koyulan şey/çevirme
{i} (bir yeri) (duvar, çit v.b. ile) çevirme
{i} çevreleme
{i} kapama
(Askeri) İLİŞİK: İliştirilen şey. Bir yazının, doğrudan doğruya bir parçası olmayıp, ayrıca bağlanan yazı, broşür, kitap vesaire. İlişik; o yazıdaki bilgiyi açıklayan veya destekleyen delilleri ve ek bilgileri ihtiva eder
{i} (duvar, çit v.b. ile) çevrili olan yer
(Ticaret) ekleri
kutu
enclosure acts
muhafaza icraat
enclosure movement
çevirme hareketi
enclosure of wire mesh
örgü-tel çevreleme
enclosure wall
çevre duvarı
enclosure wall
(İnşaat) çevresel giydirme cephe
enclosure,inclosure
mânia
enclosure,inclosure
çevrilme
enclosure,inclosure
zarf içine konulan şey
enclosure,inclosure
kapama
enclosure,inclosure
kuşatma
enclosure,inclosure
kapanma
enclosure,inclosure
çit
enclosure,inclosure
etrafı çit veya duvarla çevrili yer
enclosure,inclosure
kapanıp çevrilen şey
enclosure,inclosure
ilişikte gönderilen şey
enclosure,inclosure
çevirme
envelope of enclosure
çevre kaplaması
enclosures
{i} (mektupla aynı zarf içinde) gönderilen şeyler, ilişiktekiler
enclosures
(Bilgisayar) ekler
inclosure
{i} ilişik belge
inclosure
çevrilmiş yer
enclosures
ilişiktekiler
cockpit enclosure
kokpit örtüsü
staff enclosure
personel muhafaza
cockpit enclosure
(Havacılık) pilot mahalli örtüsü
disk enclosure
Disk Kutusu
enclosures
Kapsam
inclosure
{i} çit
inclosure
{i} duvar
inclosure
{i} çevirme
inclosure
i., bak. enclosure
inclosure
{i} kapama
prisoner of war enclosure
(Askeri) ESİR KAMPI TALİ BÖLÜMÜ: Bir harp esirleri kampının tali bölümü
prisoner of war enclosure
(Askeri) esir kampı tali bölümü
shower enclosure
duş odası
stair enclosure
(İnşaat) merdiven evi
İngilizce - İngilizce
An area, domain, or amount of something partially or entirely enclosed by barriers

The winning horse was first into the unsaddling enclosure.

The act of enclosing, i.e. the insertion or inclusion of an item in a letter or package

The enclosure of a photo with your letter is appreciated.

The post-feudal process of subdivision of common lands for individual ownership

Strip-farming disappeared after enclosure.

The act of separating and surrounding an area, domain, or amount of something with a barrier

At first, untrained horses resist enclosure.

Something enclosed, i.e. inserted into a letter or similar package

There was an enclosure with the letter — a photo.

The housing or cabinet which contains the speakers
Putting an airtight, impermeable, permanent barrier around asbestos-containing materials to prevent the release of asbestos fibers into the air
A description of the motor or drive housing The selected enclosure depends on the application’s environment and heat generated by the device
Construction of an airtight structure that surrounds an object; for example, the asbestos-containing material (ACMs)
- The container of air that encloses the front, rear, or both sides of a speaker An enclosure provides control for the speaker as well as shaping the frequency response, sound quality, overall SPL, and group delay of the speaker system
The box or other construction that makes up the outer shell of a speaker Its principal purposes are to hold the drivers in alignment and to prevent the sound from the back of the woofer from reaching the front in an uncontrolled manner (to prevent uncontrolled cancellation of lower frequencies)
The process of bringing common land within the jurisdiction of a township Effected by an Act of Parliament Most enclosure was carried out between 1750 and 1850
The creation of a sense of defined space by its surrounding buildings
An airtight, impermeable, permanent barrier made of enclosure material to control release of asbestos fibers into the air from contaminated building surfaces
Term used to describe the motor housing ODP: Open Drip Proof, housing has openings in end shields and shell to allow air to cool the motor Normally used in "clean" applications TEFC: Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled, housing has no openings Motor is cooled by an external fan on the non-drive end of the motor shaft (motor is not air tight or water proof) Normally used in dirty, oily or damp applications TENV: Totally Enclosed Non-Ventilated Not equipped with an external cooling fan, depends on convection air for cooling TEAO: Totally Enclosed Air Over Air flow from the driven or external device provides cooling air flow of the motor
something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter
Inclosure
The case or container used to package a power converter Often, power converters are packaged in small plastic or metal cases that protect the internal components from the outside environment; and also improve thermal and noise performance
a mechanical device that creates a separation or barrier between the process and the worker's environment Enclosures may be designed as close capture, total enclosure or tunnel enclosures
A box housing a speaker to separate the front sound waves from those in the rear 4
the box that contains the driver(s)
A mechanical device designed to improve the performance of a loudspeaker (e g , My best friend built a ported enclosure for his subwoofer system and now it really hits hard ) Equalization: The process of effecting a particular frequency response (e g , We had to use equalization to achieve a perfectly flat response in my car )
The box, rack, or set of boxes containing one or more devices It can provide power, cooling, and other support functions to the devices
Something enclosed, i.e. inserted into a letter or other package
– Case or container used to package a power supply Typically, power supplies are packaged in metal cases that protect the internal components from the outside environment and also improve thermal and noise performance
{i} confinement, closure of area; additional document or letter placed within another
the act of enclosing something inside something else artifact consisting of a space that has been enclosed for some purpose something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter a naturally enclosed space
the act of enclosing something inside something else
That portion of an elevated building below the lowest elevated floor that is either partially or fully shut-in by rigid walls
a portion of the accelerator tunnel
to turn land for crops into pasture land for animals
artifact consisting of a space that has been enclosed for some purpose
a naturally enclosed space
The case or housing of an apparatus, or the fence or walls surrounding an installation, to prevent personnel from accidentally contacting energized parts or protect equipment from physical damage
The term used to describe the motor housing The most common industrial types are Open Drip Proof (ODP), Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC), Totally Enclosed Non-Ventilated (TENV), and Totally Enclosed Air Over (TEAO)
Glass panels, either framed or frameless, used to enclose bathtubs, shower modules, shower receptors, and custom tiled showering spaces KOHLER enclosure styles include bypass and pivot doors, and neo-angle or round configurations for corner installations
The enclosure E(S) of a position S with g=1 is the position formed by adjoining every legal move y greater than t(S)/2 such that t(S)-y is also legal The enclosure of such a position is always an ender
A housing for an electronic device designed to separate and protect both the internal componentry and the outside environment
An enclosure is an area of land that is surrounded by a wall or fence and that is used for a particular purpose. This enclosure was so vast that the outermost wall could hardly be seen
enclosure movement
Division or consolidation of communal lands in Western Europe into the carefully delineated and individually owned farm plots of modern times. Before enclosure, farmland was under the control of individual cultivators only during the growing season; after harvest and before the next growing season, the land was used by the community for the grazing of livestock and other purposes. In England the movement for enclosure began in the 12th century and proceeded rapidly from 1450 to 1640; the process was virtually complete by the end of the 19th century. In the rest of Europe, enclosure made little progress until the 19th century. Common rights over arable land have now been largely eliminated
enclosure sale
selling of collateral for which a creditor has assumed ownership
banjo enclosure
a feature found on middle Iron Age sites in Great Britain that resembles a banjo in plan
Royal Enclosure
a special area of the Ascot horse-racing track in the south of England, which can only be used by the British royal family and by people who have special tickets
enclosures
plural of enclosure
gun enclosure
a self-contained weapons platform housing guns and capable of rotation
inclosure
Alternative spelling of enclosure
inclosure
{i} act of inclosing; something which surrounds or confines a piece of land; piece of land which is surrounded by some barrier; something which is sent in an envelope along with a letter (also enclosure)
inclosure
That which incloses; a barrier or fence
inclosure
The act of inclosing; the state of being inclosed, shut up, or encompassed; the separation of land from common ground by a fence
inclosure
something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter
inclosure
another spelling of enclosure
inclosure
the act of enclosing something inside something else
inclosure
That which is inclosed or placed within something; a thing contained; a space inclosed or fenced up
enclosure