fall back

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İngilizce - Türkçe
geri çekil

Her ikimizin de geri çekilmesini öneririm. - I suggest we both fall back.

geri çekilmek
(Askeri) GERİ ÇEKİLMEK: Geride bulunan bir mevzie çekilmek
gerilemek
fall back on
(Fiili Deyim ) -e başvurmak
fall back upon
(çare olarak) -e başvurmak
fall back upon
başvurmak
fall back upon
el atmak
fall back upon
müracaat etmek
fall back on
başvur

Birçok aile savaş sırasında tasarruflarını kaybetmişlerdi ve başvuracakları hiçbir şeyleri yoktu. - Many families had lost their savings during the war and had nothing to fall back on.

İşimi kaybedersem tasarruflarıma başvurabilirim. - I can fall back on my savings if I lose my job.

fall back on
yardım için başvurmak
fall back on
Güvenilecek bir kimseye/yere başvurmak
fall back on sb, sth
yedekteki bir şeyi kullanmak
fall back on sb, sth
yardım için baş vurmak
fall back pay
dök işçilerinin geçici olmayıp da süreli olarak çalıştırılması ilkesi benimsendikten sonra kendilerinden iş beklendiği zamanda doka gelmeleri üzerine aldıkları maaş
fall back area
(Askeri) SIĞINMA SAHASI (HV.): Bazı füze atış mevzilerinde, füze ateşlemeye hazır vaziyete geldiği anda teknisyenlerle diğer personelin geriye çekildikleri saha
fall back on
(güvenilecek bir kimseye/yere) başvurmak
fall back on
başvurmak
fall back on
el atmak
fall back on
müracaat etmek
fall back on
(deyim) fall back on someone/sth. bir kimseye veya bir yere yardim icin bas vurmak;yedekteki bir seyi kullanmak
fall back upon a thing
güvenmek
fall back upon a thing
sığınmak
retreat
{i} geri çekilme

Tom geri çekilmeye başladı. - Tom started retreating.

Geri çekilmekten başka seçenekleri yoktu. - They had no alternative but to retreat.

retreat
(Askeri) Zorunlu geri çekilme
retreat
{f} kaçmak
retreat
{i} köşesine çekilme
retreat
sığınak
retreat
inziva
retreat
dinlenmek için çekilmek
fallback
B planı, yedek plan

We have a power generator as a fallback in case we have a black out.

retreat
{i} gerileme
retreat
{f} gerilemek
retreat
{i} kafa dinleme yeri
retreat
{i} yat borusu
retreat
düşman önünden çekilmek
retreat
geri kaçmak
retreat
{i} rehabilite merkezi
retreat
{i} enstitü
retreat
geriye çekme veya çekilme
retreat
{i} ask. ricat
retreat
geriye kaçma
retreat
{f} geri adım atmak
retreat
koy evi
team fall back
tim geri çekilin
İngilizce - İngilizce
If an army falls back during a battle or war, it withdraws. The Prussian garrison at Charleroi was falling back
go back to bad behavior; "Those who recidivate are often minor criminals"
hang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc
move back and away from; "The enemy fell back"
retreat
If you fall back, you move backwards a short distance away from someone or something. He fell back in embarrassment when he saw that Ross had no hair at all The congregation fell back from them slightly as they entered
have recourse to; "The government resorted to rationing meat"
retreat, recede; fail to keep a promise
retreat fall backwards and down have recourse to; "The government resorted to rationing meat
fall backwards and down
fall back on
To turn to as a substitute

So I fell back on the simple methods of the plainsman and Indian and jogged along on their trail.

fall back upon
To fall back on
fall back on
If you fall back on something, you do it or use it after other things have failed. Unable to defeat him by logical discussion, she fell back on her old habit of criticizing his speech When necessary, instinct is the most reliable resource you can fall back on
fall back on
have recourse to, rely on
fall back upon
turn to for help
fall off the back of a lorry
Of an item of merchandise, to come into a perons's possession without having been paid for; to have been acquired illegally
fall-back
A variant form of fallback
fallback
That can be resorted to as a fallback

a fallback plan.

fallback
A reduction in bitumen softening point, sometimes called refluxing or overheating in a relatively closed container
fallback
An act of falling back
fallback
(adj.) Of, relating to, or constituting a resort or place of retreat: a fallback proposal; a fallback position behind our own lines
fallback
(noun) Computer Science. A mechanism for carrying forth programmed instructions despite malfunction or failure of the primary device
fallback
(noun) Something to which one can resort or retreat. A retreat
fallback
(noun) Something that falls back: the fallback of a huge explosion
fallback
1. An act of falling back.2. A backup plan or contingency strategy; an alternative which can be used if something goes wrong with the main plan; a recourse.As a fallback, I suppose we can use typewriters if the word processing system fails.3. (construction) A reduction in bitumen softening point, sometimes called refluxing or overheating in a relatively closed container
fall off the back of a lorry
(British Slang) appear from out of nowhere (ironic expression used to indicate that something came into one's possession in an illegitimate manner, i.e. by theft)
fallback
A reduction in the softening point temperature of asphalt that occurs when asphalt is overheated for pro-longed periods of time See also Softening Point Drift
fallback
If two clever modems have trouble communicating because of static, they can run more slowly, or avoid using certain parts of the frequency spectrum Dropping in speed is called fallback, and restoring to higher speed with line conditions improve is called fall forward
fallback
to break off a military action with an enemy
fallback
Someone's fallback position is what they will do if their plans do not succeed, or if something unexpected happens. Yesterday's vote itself was a retreat from an earlier fallback position. something that can be used or done if a supply, method etc fails
fallback
An alternative way of simulating input, through asking the user to repeat request in a different manner
fallback
A reduction in the softening point temperature of asphalt that occurs when asphalt is overheated for pro-longed periods of time
fallback
A backup plan or contingency strategy; an alternative which can be used if something goes wrong with the main plan; a recourse
fallback
{i} system for supporting the CPU in the event of an emergency and for retrieving lost data (Computers); occurrence of falling back; something to turn to, alternative, substitution, replacement
fallback
A transaction that is verified by a method other than the optimum available on both the card and the device In a maturing chip and PIN environment, fallback to signature, key entry or paper will be actively discouraged and will eventually disappear altogether
fallback
The modem resets the speed to a lower value if the line quality is poor
fall back