fort

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} hisar

Eski hisarın kalıntılarına bakıyorduk. - We were looking at the ruins of the old fortress.

{i} kale

Düşman, kaleyi işgal etti. - The enemy occupied the fort.

O, kırk sekiz kale yaptı. - He built forty-eight forts.

işi devam ettirmek
(Askeri) müstahkem mevki
istihkam
yürütmek
müdafaa etmek
(Askeri) TABYA: Liman savunma birliklerinin bulunduğu arazi bölgesi
hisarı
fort morgan virus
(Tıp) fort morgan virus
fort record book
(Askeri) tabya muhtırası
fort record book
(Askeri) direnek muhtırası
fort record book
(Askeri) DİRENEK MUHTIRASI, TABYA MUHTIRASI: Bir daimi garnizonun tarihçesine, teçhizatına ve silahlarına ait gizli ve teferruatlı kayıtlar
forte
kişinin en güçlü tarafı
forte
birinin asıl uzmanlık alanı
forte
birinin en iyi yaptığı iş
forte
(Muzik) forte
forte
başlıca sıfat
forte
bir kişinin en iyi yaptığı şey
hold the fort
göz kulak olmak
forte
(müzik) Kuvvetle, çok sesle
forte
Bir kimsenin asıl hüneri ve başlıca sıfatı
forte
Kuvvetli
small fort
küçük kale
forte
kuvvetle
forte
{i} en iyi yaptığı şey
forte
kuvetle
forte
sesli
forte
güçlü taraf
forte
çok sesle
hold the fort
yokluğunda işi yürütmek
hold the fort
yerine bakmak
hold the fort
{k} (deyim) birinin yokluğunda idareyi ele almak,bir şeye bakmak
launch fort
işe veya söze başlamak
le fort fracture; class I
(Diş Hekimliği) yatay olarak maksillanın alveoler bölümünü , damağı ve pterigoid çıkıntıları etkileyen kırık
le fort fracture; class I, class II, class III
(Diş Hekimliği) maksillo - fasiyel kırıkların üç ana sınıfından biri
le fort fracture; class II
(Diş Hekimliği) burun kemiklerinden uzanan, maksillanın frontal çıkıntısını etkileyen, orbital düzlemden geçerek, maksiller antrumdan pterigoid çıkıntılara doğru inen, piramit şeklinde bir kırık
le fort fracture; class III
(Diş Hekimliği) burun köprüsünü, orbitayı, maksillanın piramidal çıkıntılarını ve zigomatik kemiğin geri kalan bağlantılarını etkileyen, kraniyofasiyel çıkık
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Ayakkabı) Ayakkabıda arka kısmının dik durması ve formunu muhafaza etmesi için saya ile astar arasına konan sertleştirici takviyeye
fort pense
Küçük başlı vidaları sıkmakta kullanılan özel bir alet
forte
Güçlü ve yüksek sesle
forte
Parçanın güçlü çalınacağını gösterir
İngilizce - İngilizce
A fortified defensive structure stationed with troops
Any permanent army post
{n} a fortified place, fortification, castle
{i} part of the names of several cities in the USA (i.e. Fort Worth)
{i} fortress, stronghold, fortified place; army base
gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
A fort is a strong building or a place with a wall or fence around it where soldiers can stay and be safe from the enemy
a place that is strongly defended by military
a fortified military post where troops are stationed
An enclosed area built for protection
enclose by or as if by a fortification
A strong or fortified place; usually, a small fortified place, occupied only by troops, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other means of defense; a fortification
station (troops) in a fort gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
If you hold the fort for someone, or, in American English, if you hold down the fort, you look after things for them while they are somewhere else or are busy doing something else. His business partner is holding the fort while he is away. a strong building or group of buildings used by soldiers or an army for defending an important place hold the fort hold (33) (fortis ). Fort Lamy Fort Knox Fort Lauderdale Fort Matanzas National Monument Fort McHenry Fort Stanwix Treaties of Fort Sumter National Monument Fort Wayne Fort Worth Fort de France
station (troops) in a fort
a strong place or a permanent army post
There are two kinds of FORTs: constants and non-atomic terms (NATs)
a fortified defensive structure
dun
Fort Knox
a United States Army base located in Kentucky, U.S.A
Fort Knox
The United States Bullion Depository, a vault where gold reserves are stored
Fort Worth
Large city in the state of Texas, (United States)
Fort Yukon
A city in Alaska, United States
Fort Knox
a military building in the US state of Kentucky which holds the government's store of gold. People often use the name 'Fort Knox' when talking about a place that is extremely well guarded or impossible to enter without permission. U.S. military reservation, northern Kentucky, U.S., southwest of Louisville. Occupying an area of 110,000 acres (44,510 hectares), it was established in 1918 as Camp Knox and became a permanent military post in 1932. The U.S. Gold Bullion Depository, a bombproof structure protected by elaborate security devices, was built there in 1936 to hold the bulk of the country's gold. Since 1940 it has been the U.S. Army Armor Headquarters and the site of associated training schools
Fort Lauderdale
resort city in Florida (USA)
Fort Lauderdale
City (pop., 2000: 152,397), southeastern Florida, U.S. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean, 25 mi (40 km) north of Miami. A fort built there in 1838 gave its name to the town, which was established in 1895 and later developed as a shipping and commercial centre and residential resort. The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway is connected to the city's deepwater port, Port Everglades. The city is interlaced with recreational waterways and has extensive boating facilities, which have given rise to a marine industry
Fort Lee
A borough of northeast New Jersey on the Hudson River opposite Manhattan. Settled around 1700, it was an early center of the motion-picture industry. Population: 31,997
Fort Matanzas National Monument
National reserve, northeastern Florida, U.S. Established in 1924 and covering 228 acres (92 hectares), it centres around a Spanish fort on Rattlesnake Island, 14 mi (23 km) south of St. Augustine. Originating in 1569 as a wooden tower and completed in 1742, the fort is near the site of the slaughter of 300 French Huguenot colonists by Spaniards in 1565
Fort McHenry
Military fort and national monument, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. During the War of 1812, the British bombarded it in 1814 but failed to capture the city it defended. Francis Scott Key witnessed the battle while being held aboard a British ship, and the sight of the U.S. flag flying above the fort inspired him to write "The Star-Spangled Banner." The fort was used as a federal prison during the American Civil War and then served as a military post until 1900, when it was abandoned. Occupying an area of 43 acres (17 hectares), it was named a national park in 1925 and a national monument in 1939
Fort Nelson
A river, about 418 km (260 mi) long, of northeast British Columbia, Canada
Fort Orange
former Dutch military fort established in 1624 on the site of modern-day Albany (New York, USA)
Fort Pierce
A city of east-central Florida on the Indian River lagoon north-northwest of Palm Beach. It is a distribution center in a cattle and farming region. Population: 36,830
Fort Sumter National Monument
National preserve, on Sullivan's Island at the entrance to the harbour of Charleston, South Carolina, U.S. Construction of the fort began in 1829 and was still in progress in 1861, when it became the site of the first engagement of the American Civil War (April 12, 1861). The national monument, established in 1948, also includes Fort Moultrie, site of an American victory against the British (June 28, 1776) in the American Revolution, when the fort was called Fort Sullivan. The Seminole Indian leader Osceola is buried there
Fort Wayne
city in Indiana (USA)
Fort Wayne
A city of northeast Indiana northeast of Indianapolis. A French trading post and fort were built on the site in the late 17th century, and an American fort was established by Anthony Wayne in 1794. Population: 173,072. City (pop., 2000: 205,727), northeastern Indiana, U.S. Once the chief town of the Miami Indians, it was the site of a French trading post in the late 17th century. It was taken by the English (1760) and then by Indians under Pontiac (1763). A log stockade built in 1794 by Gen. Anthony Wayne gave the town its name. The city's industrial growth began with the building of the Wabash and Erie Canal in the 1830s. It now manufactures a range of machinery, including automotive and electrical equipment. It is the site of educational institutions, including Concordia Theological Seminary (1846) and St. Francis College (1890). Johnny Appleseed, the pioneer orchard planter, is buried there
Fort Worth
city in Texas (USA)
Fort Worth
A city of northeast Texas west of Dallas. Built on the site of a military post established in the 1840s, it is a major industrial center and distribution point. Population: 447,619. a city in the northeast of the US state of Texas, near Dallas. It is a centre for farming, the oil industry, and the aircraft-building industry. City (pop., 2000: 534,694), northern Texas, U.S. It lies on the Trinity River and constitutes the western part of the Dallas-Fort Worth urban complex. Founded in 1849 as a military outpost against Comanche raids, it was a stopover point for cattle drives on the Chisholm Trail. It became a cattle-shipping boomtown after the railroad arrived in 1876. Oil finds brought the petroleum-refining industry in 1920, and in 1949 aircraft manufacturing began there, expanded now to include aerospace and electronic equipment. It is the seat of Texas Christian University (1873) and Texas Wesleyan University (1890), and its attractions include the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art
Fort-Lamy
{i} former name of N'Djamena (capital city of Chad)
Fort-de-France
City (pop., 1999: 94,049), capital of Martinique, West Indies. Located on the island's western coast, it was formerly called Fort-Royal and has been Martinique's capital since 1680. Until 1918, when its commercial growth began, it had an inadequate water supply, was partly surrounded by swamps, and was notorious for yellow fever; the swamps have since been drained. It is the French West Indies' largest town, chief port, and busiest commercial centre and has long sheltered the French fleet in the West Indies. Sugarcane, cacao, and rum are exported
fort lauderdale
a city in southeast Florida on the Atlantic coast north of Miami; a favorite place for college students to go on their spring vacations
fort meade
an Army base in Maryland; headquarters of the National Security Agency
fort myers
a town in southwest Florida
fort smith
a town in western Arkansas on the Arkansas River at the Oklahoma border
fort ticonderoga
American revolutionary troops captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British in May 1775
fort wayne
a city in northeastern Indiana
fort worth
a city in northeastern Texas (just west of Dallas); a major industrial center
Charles Fort
Charles Hoy Fort (1874 – 1932), an American writer and researcher into anomalous phenomena. He was skeptical of scientific objectivity
Fort.
Ft

Ft Lauderdale.

Navan Fort
An ancient monument in County Armagh, Northern Ireland
fairy fort
The remains of a ringfort or other circular dwelling, superstitiously said to be associated with fairies or leprechauns
hill-fort
A prehistoric fortification constructed on a hill
hold the fort
To assume responsibility, especially in another’s absence
hold the fort
To maintain a secure position
snow fort
A walled structure constructed of snow and used for children's wintertime play

It wasn't a big lawn . . . but to us it was stadium-sized, with plenty of room for snow angels, snowball fights and the all-important snow forts.

forte
a strong point
Treaties of Fort Stanwix
(1768, 1784) Agreements by which the Iroquois Confederacy ceded land in what is now western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia, and New York, opening vast tracts to white exploration and settlement. In 1768 about 3,400 Iroquois gathered at Fort Stanwix (now Rome), N.Y., to sign a new treaty with the British that replaced the Proclamation of 1763. Pressure from white settlers and fur traders for additional land forced the new U.S. government to renegotiate the treaty. Weakened by the frontier campaign against them during the American Revolution, the Iroquois were persuaded to cede more land and in 1784 to sign the second treaty, also called the Treaty with the Six Nations
forte
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly
forte
(Italian): Loud - or, literally, "strong "
forte
You can say that a particular activity is your forte if you are very good at it. Originality was never his forte. = strong point
forte
Italian for "loud "
forte
The half of the blade nearest to the hilt; the strongest area of the blade
forte
(it ) - Loud Abreviated: f [back]
forte
A strength or talent
forte
{s} loud, forceful, powerful (Music)
forte
f Loud
forte
used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the forte passages in the composition"
forte
Loud, strong
forte
The strong part of a sword blade, close to the hilt
forte
loud; opposite is piano
forte
The strong point; that in which one excels
forte
loudly
forte
Loud. Used as a dynamic directive in sheet music in its abbreviated form, {f.}, to indicate raising the volume of the music. (abbreviated in musical notation with an f, unicode character 1D141)
forte
The strongest part of your weapon The third of the blade nearest the guard
forte
the stronger and more rigid portion of the blade nearest the bell guard
forte
the lower, strong part of the blade
forte
Loud (Italian)
forte
A passage in music to be played loudly; a loud section of music
forte
Loudly; strongly; powerfully
forte
A dynamic marking, meaning "loud "
forte
(music) with great loudness
forte
The Italian term for "loud" (literally "strong") This is indicated in a musical score by the marking "f" [Dynamics Notation]
forte
Loud
forte
the stronger part of a sword blade between the hilt and the foible (music) with great loudness an asset of special worth or utility; "cooking is his forte"
forte
– Dynamic marking meaning “loud;” notated as f
forte
{i} individual's strong point, talent; strongest part of a blade (located between the middle and the hilt); strong and forceful passage (Music)
forte
( f ) - Loud, strong, more so than mezzo-forte
forte
The Italian term for "loud," indicated in the musical score by the marking "f "
forte
the stronger part of a sword blade between the hilt and the foible
forte
The cost of a new blade
forte
A piece of music that is played forte is played loudly
forte
loudly, powerfully, forcefully (Music)
forte
The stronger part of the blade of a sword; the part of half nearest the hilt; opposed to foible
forte
an asset of special worth or utility; "cooking is his forte"
forts
plural of fort
hold down the fort
manage affairs until the one in authority returns
hold the fort
manage affairs until the one in authority returns; protect oneself; protect a place, defend a location (home, military base, fortress, etc.)
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Shoe) Stiffener. Counter stiffener. A shaped and molded component, usually of impregnated fabric, film, sandwich or leather board, placed between the lining and upper material at the back of the shoe to improve shape retention of the quarters
fort forma makinesi
(Film) (Shoe) Counter forming machine
fort forma makinesi
(Film) (Shoe) Counter moulding machine
fort forma makinesi
(Film) (Shoe) Counter molding machine
fort morgan virus
(Tıp) fort morgan virus
forte
(Muzik) forte
forte
mus. forte
fort