foiled

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} önle
önlenmiş
folyolu
(İnşaat) folyo kaplı
foil
{i} folyo

Folyo ile pratik yapalım. - Let's practice with the foil.

foiled the attempt
girişimi engellendi
foiled arch
(Mimarlık) cusped arch
foiled with
ile kaplı
foil
{i} kıyas edilen örnek
foil
{f} engellemek

Bu planlarımızı engellemekle tehdit ediyor. - This threatens to foil our plans.

foil
önlemek
foil
eskrim flöre
foil
sır
foil
sır ayna
foil
flöre
foil
set çekmek
foil
alüminyum folyo
foil
{f} folyo döşemek
foil
meç
foil
varak
foil
{f} önle
foil
metal yaprak
foil
işini bozmak
foil
yaldız kâğıdı
foil
engel olmak
foil
folye
foil
yaprak
foil
mâni olmak
foil
folyo ile sarmak
foil
itmek
foil
şaşırtmak
foil
foya
foil
{i} eskrim kılıcı
foil
{i} sır (ayna)
foil
(Nükleer Bilimler) foil
foil
{f} bozmak
foil
{i} (altın, kalay v.b. madenleri döverek oluşturulan) varak, yaprak
foil
avda avcıları saşırtmak
foil
i., eskrim flöre
foil
engelle

Bu planlarımızı engellemekle tehdit ediyor. - This threatens to foil our plans.

Darbe girişimi son anda engellendi. - The coup attempt was foiled at the last moment.

foil
meç/yaldızlı kağıt/varak
foil
yaldız kağıdı
foil
hayvan izi
foil
kıyas ve karş
foil
(Diş Hekimliği) Altın, kalay veya platin gibi metalleri silindirden geçirerek elde edilen çok ince metal tabakası
foil
yaprak şeklinde süs
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of foil
past of foil
{s} decorated with small arcs (Architecture)
disappointingly unsuccessful; "disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"; "their foiled attempt to capture Calais"; "many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"; "his best efforts were thwarted"
foiled the attempt
frustrated the effort, thwarted the effort
foil
A stylized flower or leaf
foil
The track of an animal

but after giving her a dodge, here's another b— follows me upon the foil.

foil
To prevent (something) from being accomplished
foil
To multiply two binomials together
foil
Shortened form of hydrofoil
foil
Anything that acts to emphasise the characteristics of something
foil
A thin layer of metal put between a jewel and its setting to make it seem more brilliant
foil
In fiction, a foil is a character who contrasts with another character (usually the protagonist) in order to highlight particular qualities of the other character. In some cases, a subplot can be used as a foil to the main plot. This is especially true in the case of metafiction and the "story within a story" motif. The word foil comes from the old practice of backing gems with foil in order to make them shine more brightly
foil
{v} to defeat, overcome, push, set off
foil
{n} a defeat, deception, thruct, sword, gilding
foil
What you are trying to do to your opponent
foil
That which sets off something to advantage The allusion is to the metallic leaf used by jewellers to set off precious stones (French, feuille; Latin, folium; Greek, phullon, a leaf ) "Hector, as a foil to set him off " Broome "I'll be your foil, Laertes In mine ignorance Your skill shall, like a star i' the darkest night, Stick flery off indeed " Shakespeare: Hamlet, v 2 He foiled me He outwitted me "If I be foiled, there is but one ashamod who never was gracious " - Shakespeare: As You Like It, i 2 To run a foil To puzzle; to lead astray The track of game is called its foil; and an animal hunted will sometimes run back over the same foil in order to mislead its pursuers
foil
{i} light sword, light fencing sword with a dull edged and a button on its point; thin metal sheets (i.e. aluminum foil); person or thing which serves as a contrast to another; small arc in a window (Architecture)
foil
To tread under foot; to trample
foil
Shortened form of aerofoil/airfoil
foil
a light slender flexible sword tipped by a button
foil
A thin sheet of metal placed behind a crystal or glass stone to make it brighter
foil
silver foil
foil
enhance by contrast; "In this picture, the figures are foiled against the background"
foil
Failure of success when on the point of attainment; defeat; frustration; miscarriage
foil
A very thin sheet of metal
foil
A character in a work who, by sharp contrast, serves to stress and highlight the distinctive temperament of the protagonist
foil
according to the number of arcs of which it is composed
foil
Very delicate, non-breathable wallpaper made by applying a thin sheet of printable metal to a paper or fabric back
foil
To defile; to soil
foil
paper backed with metal foil
foil
Thin aluminium/aluminum (or, formerly, tin) used for wrapping food
foil
A thin piece of material put under another material to add color or brilliance
foil
A thin metallic sheet that is capable of absorbing neutrons, then emitting energy Foils are sometimes used as diagnostic devices in places where instruments are too large to fit Foils are also used in neutron radiography
foil
Metallic or pigment leaf used to stamp designs on a surface
foil
a light slender flexible sword tipped by a button a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal; "the photographic film was wrapped in foil" picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base; viewed with a projector anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities; "pretty girls like plain friends as foils" cover or back with foil; "foil mirrors" enhance by contrast; "In this picture, the figures are foiled against the background
foil
A fencing weapon with rectangular cross-section blade and a small bell guard; any sword that has been buttoned to render it less dangerous for practice
foil
To render (an effort or attempt) vain or nugatory; to baffle; to outwit; to balk; to frustrate; to defeat
foil
A thrusting weapon used in competition that allows valid touches only with the tip of the blade The target area comprises the torso, both front and back, and the groin Touches to other parts of the body are off target
foil
In literature, theatre/theater, etc, a character who helps emphasize the traits of the main character
foil
If you foil someone's plan or attempt to do something, for example to commit a crime, you succeed in stopping them from doing what they want. A brave police chief foiled an armed robbery on a jewellers' by grabbing the raiders' shotgun = thwart
foil
Lobe on a leaf-shaped curve formed by the cusping of a circle or arch The number of foils involved is indicated by a prefix, e g , tre-foil (3); quatre-foil (4), etc Foils are found in windows of Gothic Revival churches and houses
foil
cover or back with foil; "foil mirrors"
foil
To blunt; to dull; to spoil; as, to foil the scent in chase
foil
lobe (leaf) formed by the cusping of a circle or an arch Trefoil, quatrefoil, cinquefoil, multifoil, express the number of leaf shapes to be seen
foil
anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities; "pretty girls like plain friends as foils"
foil
Extremely thin sheet metal Usually used to refer to metals at very small B&S gauges
foil
- A type of character who sets off or highlights aspects of the protagonist in a play; usually has the opposite traits of the protagonist
foil
Very thin sheets of various metals, particularly silver and platinum Small pieces trapped between two layers of glass form an opaque section when seen through either side preventing light from going through it Shredded foil suspended between the layers looks like an opaque bubble Placed underneath a transparent glass cabochon, it lends it color Silver foil may be tarnished before trapping between the layers to give it a different color GANTAD
foil
approval If you refer to one thing or person as a foil for another, you approve of the fact that they contrast with each other and go well together, often in a way that makes the second thing or person seem better or less harmful. He thought of her serenity as a foil for his intemperance A cold beer is the perfect foil for a curry. = complement. to prevent something bad that someone is planning to do
foil
The track or trail of an animal
foil
Anything that serves by contrast of color or quality to adorn or set off another thing to advantage
foil
picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base; viewed with a projector anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities; "pretty girls like plain friends as foils"
foil
a device consisting of a flat or curved piece (as a metal plate) so that its surface reacts to the water it is passing through; "the fins of a fish act as hydrofoils"
foil
A thin coat of tin, with quicksilver, laid on the back of a looking-glass, to cause reflection
foil
a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal; "the photographic film was wrapped in foil"
foil
General term for hot stamping material, consisting of a film carrier (usually polyester) coated with a release agent, a color (lacquer) coat or metallized aluminum and an adhesive coat, in that order
foil
A secondary character or characters whose actions, by strong contrast, underscore or enhance the distinctive characteristics of another character
foil
hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of; "What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge"; "foil your opponent"
foil
A mill product that describes flat rolled metal forms that are defined only by a maximum thickness Traditionally the description of titanium foil is a flat rolled product 0 005" or less in thickness However gauges up to 010" are manufactured and marketed as foil products in various sectors of the industry
foil
Foil consists of sheets of metal as thin as paper. It is used to wrap food in. Pour cider around the meat and cover with foil. aluminium foil
foil
A thin, transparent plastic material on which marks are made and projected for the purposes of presentation. See transparency
foil
a/ A light thrusting weapon used in modern fencing b/ A type of small sword with no edge and a button at the tip c/ Elizabethan for any blunted sword d/ To defeat
foil
A "blunt " Any unsharpened weapon intended for practice The practice weapon for the epee du combat (duelling sword)
foil
A blunt weapon used in fencing, resembling a smallsword in the main, but usually lighter and having a button at the point
foil
the lobe effect formed by the inner curves or arcs of Gothic tracery; each foil ends at the cusp
foil
The space between the cusps in Gothic architecture; a rounded or leaflike ornament, in windows, niches, etc
foil
a light slender flexible sword tipped by a button a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal; "the photographic film was wrapped in foil"
foil
A thin leaf of sheet copper silvered and burnished, and afterwards coated with transparent colors mixed with isinglass; employed by jewelers to give color or brilliancy to pastes and inferior stones
foil
{f} frustrate, balk; prevent someone from succeeding; act as a contrast for; cover or coat with a thin sheet of metal
foil
A very thin sword with a blunted (or foiled) tip
foil
A group of foils is called trefoil, quatrefoil, quinquefoil, etc
foil
picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base; viewed with a projector
foil
A leaf or very thin sheet of metal; as, brass foil; tin foil; gold foil
foil
enhance by contrast; "In this picture, the figures are foiled against the background
Türkçe - İngilizce

foiled teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

foil
(Nükleer Bilimler) foil
foiled

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    foyld

    Telaffuz

    /ˈfoild/ /ˈfɔɪld/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'foi(&)l ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English, to trample, full cloth, from Middle French fouler; more at FULL.

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