fore

listen to the pronunciation of fore
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ön

Kimse ne olacağını öngöremez. - Nobody can foresee what'll happen.

Hava tahmini göre, yağışlı mevsim önümüzdeki hafta başlayacak. - According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.

baş tarafta önde
başa doğru
başta
(Kanun) önde olan
önek on; önceden; önceki
{i} baş taraf
{i} öndeki
ünlem Dikkat fore and aft bas ve kıç istikametinde
the fore part ön taraf
ilk

Safran ilkbaharın bir müjdecisidir. - The crocus is a forerunner of spring.

Şimdiye kadar ilk kez arabamı ormanda park ettim. - This is the first time I've ever parked my car in the forest.

come to the fore başa geçmek
ön taraftaki
önde olan şey
{s} önde

Kalp cerrahisinde en önde gelen otoritedir. - He is the foremost authority on heart surgery.

Mary ülkenin Suriye'deki çatışma konusundaki en önde gelen uzmanıdır. - Mary is the country's foremost expert on the conflict in Syria.

{i} pruva
öne geçmek
dikkat

Orman yangını dikkatsizlik yüzünden oldu. - The forest fire occurred through carelessness.

Eğer ormana giderseniz, çocukları yiyen canavarlara dikkat edin! - If you go into the forest, watch out for the ogres who eat children!

daha evvelki
ön kısımda/ön kısıma
(Tıp) fore
(Askeri) trinket
baş

Hava tahmini göre, yağışlı mevsim çok geçmeden başlayacak. - According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in before long.

Benim her zaman başım belada. - I am forever in trouble.

öncü
fore and aft rigged
(Askeri) sübye armalı
fore and aft sails
(Askeri) yan yelkenler
fore arm
(Askeri) el kundağı
fore castle deck
(Askeri) baş -üstü/altı
fore castle deck
(Askeri) başüstü
fore color
(Bilgisayar) önalan rengi
fore mast
(Askeri) pruva direği
fore peak tank
(Askeri) baş pik tankı
fore sail
(Askeri) veleistralye yelkeni
fore sight
(Askeri,Avcılık) arpacık
fore topmast stay sail
(Askeri) veledibarka
fore and aft
baş ve kıç istikametinde (gemi)
fore and aft
baş ve kıç istikametinde
fore and aft rig
velena donanımı
fore brain
ön beyin
fore pump
ön pompa
fore-
(önek) önde veya önceden
fore-wash
önyıkama
fore and aft
baştan kıça kadar
fore edge
on kenar
fore edge painting
on kenar boyama
fore finger
fore parmak
fore head
on kafa
fore peak
fore zirve
fore plane
kaba rende
fore said
fore dedi
fore shank
on incik
fore sight
on görüş
fore-structure
on yapı
fore-topmast
fore-gabya çubuğu
fore and aft
(Askeri) pruva-pupa hattı
fore and aft
(zarf) baştan kıça kadar
fore and aft midshipline
(Askeri) pruva pupa hattı
fore and aft sail
yan yelkeni
fore arm
(Askeri) EL KUNDAĞI: Bir silahın namlusu etrafında bulunan ve silahı kullananı namlunun hareketinden korumaya yarayan tahta kısmı
fore boom
ön bom
fore dune
(Askeri) plaj gerisi kumulu
fore gaff
(Askeri) velestralya
fore plane
(Havacılık) uçağın burun kısmı
fore plane
orta boy ön düzleme rendesi
fore reef
(Denizbilim) resif bayırı
font/fore color
(Bilgisayar) yazı tipi/ön rengi
font/fore color
(Bilgisayar) yazı tipi/önalan rengi
come to the fore
ilerlemek
come to the fore
sivrilmek
come to the fore
öne geçmek
bring to the fore
Öne çıkartmak, on plâna çıkartmak

Civil society organizations have been brought to the fore as a necessary condition and an important actor for promoting democracy and good governance.

come to fore
on plana çıkmasına
come to the fore
on plana çıkmak, öne geçmek, sivrilmek
there-fore
orada-fore
to the fore
öne
İngilizce - İngilizce
A people and language of Papua New Guinea
Simple past of fare
Forward; at or toward the front (with respect to locality); commonly used in reference to ships

The fore cabin is near the bow.

An exclamation yelled to inform players a ball is moving in their direction
Former; occurring earlier (in some order)

When weighing the importance of wealth and happiness, do not assume the fore can buy the latter.

The front

The fore was painted white.

If someone or something comes to the fore in a particular situation or group, they become important or popular. A number of low-budget independent films brought new directors and actors to the fore
{a} coming first or before
{a} before
Fore is used to refer to parts at the front of an animal, ship, or aircraft. There had been no direct damage in the fore part of the ship. = front. to the fore to or in a position of importance or influence (FORE). the fore parts of a ship, plane, or animal are the parts at the front
To cry "Fore" is to warn other players that your ball may hit them
A manufacturer of ATM-based switching equipment, used by GW
Forward; at or toward the front (with respect to locality); as opposed to latter
A warning yell when a ball is hit toward another player or spectator
The first of several four-letter words exchanged between golfers as one group of players hits balls toward another in front of them on the course
Formerly; previously; afore
located anteriorly
To the fore In the front rank; eminent To come to the fore To stand out prominently; to distinguish oneself; to stand forth
near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane; "the captain went fore (or forward) to check the instruments
The front; hence, that which is in front; the future
situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
used (usually yelled loudly) to warn golfers in range of the incoming flight of a ball Example: I once heard a caddy yell, "fore!" for so long a duration that I marvelled at her lung capacity
and-aft flat twin A flat-twin engine mounted with cylinders positioned in line with the frame forecar Early three-wheeled vehicle with two-front wheels fitted to a motorcycle based fame Passenger accommodation was sited above the front axle
the forward part
Before; sometimes written 'fore as if a contraction of afore or before
1) The entire area toward the bow of a vessel from amidships 2) The fore-mast
(Foreword) In front of, or towards the bow, as in before the mast
The front part of a ship
Toward the bow (front) of the vessel
In or toward the bow of a boat
usually yelled loudly to warn golfers in range of the incoming flight of a ball
the front or bow part of the vessel
Used to distinguish the forward part of a boat or things forward of amidship It is the opposite of aft or after
At, near or toward the bow
Located at the front of a boat
forward, toward the front
{i} front, part which is located in the front; advantage
In or towards the bows of a ship
front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line"
toward the bow
{s} first; former; situated in front of something else
Yell this loud and clear if it appears your ball may hit another player
near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane; "the captain went fore (or forward) to check the instruments"
Journey; way; method of proceeding
In the part that precedes or goes first; opposed to aft, after, back, behind, etc
Term yelled toward a group who may be in danger of being hit by an errant shot The sound of fore is a danger warning to take cover to avoid injury by being struck with a ball
Forward or near the bow
front
Advanced, as compared with something else; toward the front; being or coming first, in time, place, order, or importance; preceding; anterior; antecedent; earlier; forward; opposed to back or behind; as, the fore part of a garment; the fore part of the day; the fore and of a wagon
The front (bow) of the ship
fore edge
the edge of a book, book section, or illustration opposite the backbone
fore wing
Either member of the pair of wings closest to the head
fore wings
plural form of fore wing
fore-
Before, in front of
fore-and-aft
parallel with the keel, that is, going from bow to stern
fore-and-aft-rigged
having its main sails rigged onto spars or stays parallel to the keel
fore-and-aft-rigged
being rigged in this manner
fore-give
to have a foreboding; to anticipate or predict

As commonly mens minds use to fore-give and tell aforehand when there is some mischiefe and ill toward them--Philemon Holland, Livy's Romane historie XXV. xxxv. (1609) 575.

fore-end
{n} the nearer end, the forepart
fore and aft
along the length of a ship from stem to stern
fore part
The part most advanced, or first in time or in place; the beginning
fore plane
a carpenter's plane intermediate between a jack plane and a jointer plane
fore tooth
One of the teeth in the forepart of the mouth; an incisor
fore(a)
located anteriorly situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
fore-
the front or bow part of the vessel
fore-
A manufacturer of ATM-based switching equipment, used by GW
fore-
toward the bow
fore-
front
fore-
1) The entire area toward the bow of a vessel from amidships 2) The fore-mast
fore-
(Foreword) In front of, or towards the bow, as in before the mast
fore-
The first of several four-letter words exchanged between golfers as one group of players hits balls toward another in front of them on the course
fore-
To the fore In the front rank; eminent To come to the fore To stand out prominently; to distinguish oneself; to stand forth
fore-
the forward part
fore-
fore(a): situated at or toward the bow of a vessel
fore-
The front (bow) of the ship
fore-
Forward or near the bow
fore-
In or toward the bow of a boat
fore-
The front part of a ship
fore-
At, near or toward the bow
fore-
fore(a): located anteriorly
fore-
To cry "Fore" is to warn other players that your ball may hit them
fore-
Yell this loud and clear if it appears your ball may hit another player
fore-
A warning yell when a ball is hit toward another player or spectator
fore-
Toward the bow (front) of the vessel
fore-
Term yelled toward a group who may be in danger of being hit by an errant shot The sound of fore is a danger warning to take cover to avoid injury by being struck with a ball
fore-
near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane; "the captain went fore (or forward) to check the instruments"
fore-
and-aft flat twin A flat-twin engine mounted with cylinders positioned in line with the frame forecar Early three-wheeled vehicle with two-front wheels fitted to a motorcycle based fame Passenger accommodation was sited above the front axle
fore-
usually yelled loudly to warn golfers in range of the incoming flight of a ball
fore-
used (usually yelled loudly) to warn golfers in range of the incoming flight of a ball Example: I once heard a caddy yell, "fore!" for so long a duration that I marvelled at her lung capacity
fore-
bow: front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line"
fore-
Used to distinguish the forward part of a boat or things forward of amidship It is the opposite of aft or after
fore-
Located at the front of a boat
fore-and-aft
parallel with the keel of a ship
fore-and-aft rig
A rig on a sailing ship that has quadrilateral and triangular sails set to the fore-and-aft line and that can be trimmed to leeward
fore-and-aft rig
rig in which the principal sails are fore-and-aft
fore-and-aft sail
A sail set parallel with the keel of a vessel, having the foremost edge or luff attached to the mast with travelers and the upper edge set on a gaff or stay
fore-and-aft sail
any sail not set on a yard and whose normal position is in a fore-and-aft direction
fore-and-after
sailing vessel with a fore-and-aft rig
fore-topmast
the topmast next above the foremast
fore-topsail
the topsail on a foremast
come to the fore
To become obvious or visible

This scholarship will allow talented young people to come to the fore at our university.

to the fore
in, into, or towards a prominent position
bring to the fore
Bring in or to a conspicuous or leading position
to the fore
In or to a conspicuous or leading position
come into the fore
be prominent, stick out, come forward
come to the fore
reach the front; be noticed
come to the fore
make oneself visible; take action; "Young people should step to the fore and help their peers"
come to the fore
make oneself visible; take action; "Young people should step to the fore and help their peers
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) fore
fore