fabricated

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(İnşaat) imal edilmiş
fabric
kumaş

Kumaşları Hindistan'dan gelmedi değil mi? - Its fabric didn't come from India, did it?

Bu kumaş kolayca lekelenir. - This fabric stains easily.

fabricate
uydurmak
false
yanlış

Onun söylediği yanlıştır. - What he says is false.

O, iki yanlış başlama yüzünden yarıştan diskalifiye edildi. - She was disqualified from the race for two false starts.

false
{s} sahte

Bazı insanlar iş bulmak için sahte isimler kullanmak zorunda kaldı. - Some people had to use false names to get work.

Polise sahte bir isim ve adres verdi. - He gave the police a false name and address.

fabricated language
fabrikasyon dil
fabric
inşa
fabric
{i} dokuma
fabric
{i} bez
fabricate
{f} yalan söylemek
fabricate
{f} sahtesini yapmak
fabric
(Jeoloji) fabrik
fabric
(Tekstil) kat
fabric
iskele
fabric
(Otomotiv) tekstil
fabricate
icat etmek
fabricate
yapmak
fabricate
(Kanun) tahrik etmek
fabricate
yalan
fabricate
kurmak
false
(Muzik) falso
fabric
çatı
fabric
dikili
fabric
bünye
fabric
(bina) yapı
fabric
iskelet
fabricate
uydur

Bunun uydurma bir hikaye olduğuna birçok kişi inanmak istemedi. - Many people did not want to believe that this was a fabricated story.

fabricate
kandırmak amacıyla uydurmak
false
sadık olmayan
constructed or assembled
inşa veya monte
fabric
kumaşlı
fabric
kumaştan

Elbise ince bir kumaştan yapılmıştır. - The dress is made of a thin fabric.

fabric
(Tekstil) kumaş, dokuma Açıklama: Kumaş; iplik halindeki doğal veya sentetik liflerden yapılmış ağır ve oldukça değerli bir dokumadır
fabric
{i} yapı

Sadece pamuk ve keten gibi doğal liflerden yapılmış kumaşları ütülerken en yüksek ısı ayarlarını kullanın. - Use the highest heat settings only when you're ironing fabrics made of natural fibers like cotton or linen.

Elbise ince bir kumaştan yapılmıştır. - The dress is made of a thin fabric.

fabric
{i} yapı, bünye, doku
fabric
dokuma/yapı
fabricate
imal et,uydur
fabricate
atmak
fabricate
üretmek
fabricate
{f} imal etmek, yapmak, üretmek
false
yalandan

Bizi yalandan gerçeğe götür. - Lead us from falsehood to truth.

false
(Askeri) SAHTE, YALAN, YANLIŞ, HATALI
false
vefasız
false
{s} falsolu
false
kuvvetlendirmek veya muhafaza etmek için konulan ahenksiz
false
{s} hain
false
asılsız

Linda Dan'ı onunla evlenmeye zorlamak için asılsız gebelik iddialarında bulundu. - Linda made false claims of pregnancy to force Dan to marry her.

false
hakikatsiz
false
yapma
false
numaradan
false
{s} hatalı

Aksilikler ve hatalı başlangıçlar olacak. - There will be setbacks and false starts.

false
{s} haksız
false
{s} hileli
İngilizce - İngilizce
constructed or assembled
false in the sense of made-up, constructed
Simple past tense and past participle of fabricate
past of fabricate
{s} made up, concocted; fake, forged
false
formed or conceived by the imagination; "a fabricated excuse for his absence"; "a fancied wrong"; "a fictional character"; "used fictitious names"; "a made-up story
fabricated evidence
made-up proof, fictitious testimony or documents offered to a court or jury in order to mislead them
fabric
Interconnected nodes that look like a textile 'fabric' when viewed collectively from a distance

The internet is a fabric of computers connected by routers.

fabric
structure, building
fabric
An act of construction, especially the erection of a church
fabric
The framework underlying a structure

The fabric of our lives.

fabricate
To form into a whole by uniting its parts; to frame; to construct; to build; as, to fabricate a bridge or ship
fabricate
To form by art and labor; to manufacture; to produce; as, to fabricate computer chips
fabricate
To cut up an animal as preparation for cooking, particularly used in reference to fowl
fabricate
to invent fancifully or falsely
fabric
{n} a building, a system
fabric
{v} to build, to form
fabricate
{v} to build, to construct, forge, devise
fabric
The arrangement and physical relationship of components or constituent elements of something
fabric
a woven cloth of organic or inorganic filaments, threads, or yarns
fabric
Arrangement of fibers held together in two dimensions A fabric may be woven, nonwoven, or stitched
fabric
A material made up of fibers known as cloth, used for clothing, interior purposes and various other uses
fabric
A fencing material made from wire helically wound and interwoven in such a manner as to provide a continuous mesh without knots or ties except in the form of knuckling or of twisting the ends of wires to form the selvage of the fabric
fabric
One or more Fibre Channel switches in some networked topology
fabric
A switch fabric provides the physical interconnection architecture that redirects the data from an incoming port to another outgoing port
fabric
‑ A sheet structure made from fibers, filaments or yarns
fabric
Structure in a rock or unconsolidated sediment produced by the parallel orientation of individual mineral grains, inclusions, or elongate rock fragments
fabric
- The interconnection of two or more Fibre Channel switches in such a manner that data can be physically transmitted between any of the switches
fabric
The fabric of a society or system is its basic structure, with all the customs and beliefs that make it work successfully. The fabric of society has been deeply damaged by the previous regime
fabric
A Fibre Channel switch or two or more Fibre Channel switches interconnected in such a way that data can be physically transmitted between any two N_Ports on any of the switches
fabric
The quality of a person or group's experience, measured in terms of their capacity to integrate many (or few) different kinds of elements coherently and creatively in their awareness and actions In any individual or group, this may vary considerably from moment to moment, ranging from simple perceptions and unthinking reactions to stimuli and nothing more, to complex clusters of perceptions, memories, patterning, off-set awareness, awareness of others, and creativity Most people and groups, however, show a habitual, characteristic level of fabric See Note on Fabric
fabric
A framework or structure
fabric
Term loosely used to refer to the inter-connect composed of XBCs and cells
fabric
the underlying structure; "restoring the framework of the bombed building"; "it is part of the fabric of society"
fabric
A cloth made by weaving, knitting, or felting fibers
fabric
That which is fabricated Framework; structure; edifice; building
fabric
Cloth made from yarn   Yarn is woven into cloth The weft threads run widthways and warp threads longitudinally
fabric
A material made of fibers, a textile or cloth
fabric
A planar structure produced by nonwoven or interwoven yarns, fibers, or filaments
fabric
The texture of a cloth
fabric
The fabric of a building is its walls, roof, and the materials with which it is built. Condensation will eventually cause the fabric of the building to rot away
fabric
A group of interconnections between ports that includes a fabric element
fabric
Fabric is cloth or other material produced by weaving together cotton, nylon, wool, silk, or other threads. Fabrics are used for making things such as clothes, curtains, and sheets. small squares of red cotton fabric Whatever your colour scheme, there's a fabric to match
fabric
Any system or structure consisting of connected parts; as, the fabric of the universe
fabric
The physical constitution of soil material as expressed by the spatial arrangement of the solid particles and associated voids
fabric
Woven or knitted textile surface
fabric
Cloth of any kind that is woven or knit from fibers, either vegetable or animal; manufactured cloth; as, silks or other fabrics
fabric
{i} cloth made of woven threads; textile, weave; structure, framework; construction
fabric
The physical material of the place (GPM/BURRA) For example, the fabric of cultural places may be an artefact scatter or a hut
fabric
To frame; to build; to construct
fabric
artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitraqnsparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
fabric
a woven cloth of organic or inorganic filaments threads or yarns
fabric
In tills which have been oriented by flowing water, fabric indicates the preferred orientation of the grains Sedimentologists would refer to this as "imbrication "
fabric
The structure of anything; the manner in which the parts of a thing are united; workmanship; texture; make; as cloth of a beautiful fabric
fabric
A Fibre Channel interconnect that handles routing that can be used to create complex Fibre Channel networks
fabric
The act of constructing; construction
fabric
A woven cloth of organic or inorganic filaments, threads or yarns
fabric
a thin, flexible sheet material usually made from woven or knitted textiles
fabricate
To form by art and labor; to manufacture; to produce; as, to fabricate woolens
fabricate
To manufacture a sign or major sign components from raw materials or parts
fabricate
To work a material into a finished state by machining, forming or joining
fabricate
If something is fabricated from different materials or substances, it is made out of those materials or substances. All the tools are fabricated from high quality steel. a plant which fabricates airplane components. = manufacture
fabricate
If someone fabricates information, they invent it in order to deceive people. All four claim that officers fabricated evidence against them Eleven key officials were hanged on fabricated charges. + fabrication fabrications fab·ri·ca·tion She described the interview with her in an Italian magazine as a `complete fabrication' This story is total fabrication. = invention
fabricate
To manufacture, form, construct or assemble a product or component
fabricate
To invent and form; to forge; to devise falsely; as, to fabricate a lie or story
fabricate
make up something artificial or untrue
fabricate
{f} make up, concoct; invent; fake, falsify; make, build, construct
fabricate
put together out of components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"
fabricated

    Heceleme

    fab·ri·ca·ted

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    fäbrîkeytıd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈfabrəˌkātəd/ /ˈfæbrɪˌkeɪtəd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'fa-bri-"kAt ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin fabricatus, past participle of fabricari, from fabrica.

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