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İngilizce - Türkçe

Bu, bir kişi için küçük bir adımdır ama insanlık için dev bir sıçramadır. - That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

Bu, bir kişi için küçük bir adımdır ama insanlık için dev bir sıçramadır. - That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.

dev yıldız

Bu makine muazzam çukurlar kazabilir. - This machine can dig giant holes.

{s} çok büyük

Bir bakıma uzun boyunlu ve dişsiz çok büyük çenesi olan dev dinozorlar gibi şu görüntüler ortaya çıktı. - Those shadows appeared in a way like giant dinosaurs, with a long neck and a very big jaw without teeth.

(Tıp) jiant
(Tıp) bir çeşit beyin tümörü
(Tıp) vücutça çok iri kimse, dev ama
(Tıp) normaline nazaran çok büyük herhangi bir oluşum (dev hücre gibi)
{s} kocaman

Bu kocaman masa tüm odayı işgal ediyor. - This giant table occupies the entire room.

Böylesine kocaman bir karpuz hiç görmedim! - I've never seen such a giant watermelon!

{s} dev gibi
giant stride dev adımı
dev gibi kimse veya şey
{s} koskocaman
mental giant çok akıllı adam
giant powder bir çeşit dinamit
(isim) dev
Atalanmız bizden yükse
giant cell
(Tıp) dev hücre
giant panda
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) panda
giant screen
dev ekran
giant sequoia
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) mamut ağacı
giant squid
(Denizbilim) dev kalamar
giant step
dev adım
giant anteater
dev karıncayiyen
giant clam
dev istiridye
giant cockroach
dev hamaböceği
giant conch
dev kabuk
giant crab
dev yengeç
giant fulmar
dev kuş
giant hornet
dev eşekarısı
giant kangaroo
dev kanguru
giant lizard
dev kertenkele
giant moa
dev devekuşu
giant panda
dev panda
giant petrel
dev denizkuşu
giant planet
dev gezegen
giant reed
dev kamış
giant salamander
dev salamander
giant scallop
dev tarak
giant sequoia
dev sekoya ağacı
giant silkworm
dev ipekböceği
giant silkworm moth
dev ipekböceği larvası
giant slalom
büyük slalom
giant source
dev kaynak
giant star
muhteşem yıldız
giant stride
dev adım
giant sunflower
dev ayçiçeği
giant tortoise
dev kaplumbağa
giant water bug
dev su böceği
Giant Foxtail
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kirpi Darı
giant cockroach
dev hamaböcegi
giant killing
dev öldürüyor
giant oriels
dev oriels
giant petrel
dev denizkusu
giant plane
dev uçak
giant ryegrass
dev cim
giant silkworm moth
dev ipekböceği larvasi
giant tree
dev ağaç
giant beer (glass)
arjantin bira
giant brand
dev marka
giant cell carcinoma of breast
(Tıp) dev hücreli meme karsinomu
giant cell tumor of bone
(Tıp) dev hücreli kemik tümörü
giant cell tumor of gingiva
(Tıp) dev hücreli jinjiva tümörü
giant centipede
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev kırkayak
giant chromosomes
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev kromozomlar
giant company
dev şirket
giant forest hog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev orman domuzu
giant galaxy
dev gökada
giant galaxy
dev galaksi
giant goby
(Denizbilim) yuvarlak kayabalığı
giant lizard
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) komodo ejderi
giant order
(Arkeoloji) devsütun düzeni
giant pacific octopus
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev pasifik ahtapotu
giant powder
dev barut
giant ripper
(İnşaat) tekli riper
giant star
dev yıldız
giant stride
sırık [jim.]
giant whip
(Arılık) dev kamçı
appropriate to a giant
dev uygun
computer giant
bilgisayar devi
red giant
kırmızı dev
financial giant
finans devi
red giant star
kızıl dev yıldız (yıldız evrimi ilerlemiş ve bulunduğu safhada hidrojen çekirdeği yanarak tamamen tüketilmiş, helyumdan oluşan çekirdeği orijinalden oldukça yoğun ve sıcak olan ve çekirdeği saran zarf başlangıçtaki boyutunun muhtemelen 100 katı genleşmiş olan bir yıldız)
world's giant
dünya devi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A player on the team the "San Francisco Giants"
The team The San Francisco Giants
The team The New York Giants
A player on the team the "New York Giants"
A very large organisation

The retail giant is set to acquire two more struggling high-street chains.

A star that is considerably more luminous than a main sequence star of the same temperature (eg. red giant, blue giant)
A tall species of a particular animal or plant
A very tall person
An Ethernet packet that exceeds the medium's maximum packet size of 1,518 bytes
A mythical human of very great size
Specifically, any of the Gigantes, the race of giants in the Greek mythology
Very large
{n} a man unnaturally tall or large
You can refer to someone such as a famous musician or writer as a giant, if they are regarded as one of the most important or successful people in their field. He was without question one of the giants of Japanese literature. extremely big, and much bigger than other things of the same type. giant panda giant sequoia giant order giant star giant silkworm moth
a very bright star of large diameter and low density (relative to the Sun)
an unusually large enterprise; "Walton built a retail giant"
any creature of exceptional size
A giant is an imaginary person who is very big and strong, especially one mentioned in old stories. a Nordic saga of giants
a person of exceptional importance and reputation
Giant is often used to refer to any large, successful business organization or country. Japanese electronics giant Sony. one of Germany's industrial giants, Daimler-Benz
Like a giant; extraordinary in size, strength, or power; as, giant brothers; a giant son
someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
A man of extraordinari bulk and stature
Any animal, plant, or thing, of extraordinary size or power
any creature of exceptional size an unusually large enterprise; "Walton built a retail giant"
A swing on the horizontal bar in which the fully-extended body rotates 360 degrees around the bar
an imaginary figure of superhuman size and strength; appears in folklore and fair tales someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
{s} enormous, extremely large
Large water nozzle which provided high pressure water force to wash away hillsides into sluice boxes (See Hydraulic Mining)
{i} legendary manlike creature of great size and strength (Folklore); abnormally large person; person of great importance
Something that is described as giant is much larger or more important than most others of its kind. Italy's giant car maker, Fiat. a giant oak table. a giant step towards unification with the introduction of monetary union. = huge
any creature of exceptional size an unusually large enterprise; "Walton built a retail giant" an imaginary figure of superhuman size and strength; appears in folklore and fair tales someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
a swing in which the body is fully extended and moving through a 360 degree rotation around the bar
An Ethernet packet greater than 1,512 bytes
You can refer to someone, especially a man, as a giant, if they seem important or powerful or if they are big and strong. The biggest man in the patrol, a giant of a man, lifted Mattie on to his shoulders
A star with a radius between 10 and 100 times that of the Sun
of great mass; huge and bulky; "a jumbo jet"; "jumbo shrimp"
an imaginary figure of superhuman size and strength; appears in folklore and fair tales
An Ethernet packet that exceeds the mediums maximum packet size of 1,518 bytes
A person of extraordinary strength or powers, bodily or intellectual
a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
(see table below)
giant anteater
The largest species of anteater, Myrmecophaga tridactyla, found in Central and South America
giant anteaters
plural form of giant anteater
giant armadillo
The largest living species of armadillo, Priodontes maximus
giant armadillos
plural form of giant armadillo
giant forest hog
A large pig living in the jungles of West and Central Africa
giant frogs
plural form of giant frog
giant house spider
a large kind of house spider- Tegenaria duellica
giant kettle
A pothole of very large dimensions, as found in glaciers in Norway (pit formed in the bed of a turbulent stream)
giant magnetoresistance
A quantum mechanical magnetoresistance effect observed in thin film structures composed of alternating ferromagnetic and nonmagnetic layers
giant molecule
any molecule that has very many atoms
giant panda
Ailuropoda melanoleuca — A mammal in the Ursidae family, commonly known as the panda
giant pangolins
plural form of giant pangolin
giant planet
a planet larger than terrestrial planets, composed mostly of gases and astronomical ices
giant roundworm
A species of roundworm, Ascaris lumbricoides, the largest and most common parasitic worm in humans
giant sequoia
the USDA-preferred name for the species Sequoiadendron giganteum
giant sequoia
any of the trees belonging to this species, but especially the large and mature trees
giant sequoias
plural form of giant sequoia
giant slalom
An Alpine skiing discipline in which the course is longer, steeper and faster than normal slalom, and the gates are spaced at a greater distance
giant slaloms
plural form of giant slalom
giant squid
Any of several species of very large squid, of the family Architeuthidae, that live at great depths, and of which little is known
giant squids
plural form of giant squid
giant star
A star that has stopped fusing hydrogen in its core and as a result has grown much larger and brighter
giant stars
plural form of giant star
giant tortoise
Any of several species of reptile of the extinct genuses (Cylindraspis, Dipsochelys, and Meiolania platyceps)
giant tortoise
Any member or species of the genus Geochelone land tortoises reaching 1.3 meters in length and with average life spans exceeding 100 years
giant tortoises
plural form of giant tortoise
giant wood rail
A bird, Aramides ypecaha, from the family Rallidae
giant wood rails
plural form of giant wood rail
Someone or something, especially a sports team, that defeats a larger and superior opponent
The defeat of a team by a much weaker opponent
giant panda
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The giant panda is a mammal classified in the bear family, Ursidae, native to central-western and southwestern China. It is easily recognized by its large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, over the ears, and across its round body. Though belonging to the order Carnivora, the panda has a diet which is 99% bamboo. Pandas may eat other foods such as honey, eggs, fish and yams
Giant's Causeway
a group of unusually shaped rocks on the coast of Northern Ireland, which were formed by a flow of lava into the sea
giant anteater
A large tropical American anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) having an elongated narrow snout, long sticky tongue, and large shaggy tail
giant armadillo
about three feet long exclusive of tail
giant bamboo
immense tropical southeast Asian bamboo with tough hollow culms that resemble tree trunks
giant buttercup
spectacular perennial native of wet montane grasslands of Peru; formerly included in genus Ranunculus
giant cane
tall grass of southern United States growing in thickets
giant chinkapin
small ornamental evergreen tree of Pacific Coast whose glossy yellow-green leaves are yellow beneath; bears edible nuts
giant clam
giant clam inhabiting reefs in the southern Pacific weighing up to 500 pounds
giant cockroach
large tropical American cockroaches
giant conch
a large variety of conch
giant coreopsis
large treelike shrub having feathery leaves and clusters of large yellow flower heads; coastal southern California
giant crab
very large deep-water Japanese crab
giant eland
large dark striped eland of western equatorial Africa
giant foxtail
two species of coarse annual foxtails that are naturalized weeds in United States
giant hornet
European hornet introduced into the United States
giant hyssop
any of a number of aromatic plants of the genus Agastache
giant kangaroo
very large grayish-brown Australian kangaroo formerly abundant in open wooded areas
giant killer
a person, sports team etc that defeats a much stronger opponent
giant killer
{i} person or team that that defeats a stronger opponent
giant moa
the largest moa; about 12 feet high
giant northwest shipworm
giant shipworm of the Pacific coast of North America
giant panda
black and white mammal that is closely related to the bear (located in Tibet and parts of China)
giant panda
a panda
giant panda
large black-and-white herbivorous mammal of bamboo forests of China and Tibet; in some classifications considered a member of the bear family or of a separate family Ailuropodidae
giant petrel
large brownish petrel chiefly of Antarctic seas
giant puffball
huge edible puffball up to 2 feet diameter and 25 pounds in weight
giant red paintbrush
wildflower of western North America having ragged clusters of crimson or scarlet flowers
giant reed
large rhizomatous perennial grasses found by riversides and in ditches having jointed stems and large gray-white feathery panicles
giant ryegrass
stout perennial grass of western North America
giant salamander
large (up to more than three feet) edible salamander of Asia
giant schnauzer
a large schnauzer
giant schnauzer
Any of a breed of dog developed in Germany, similar in appearance to but larger than the standard schnauzer and used chiefly in police work
giant scrambling fern
large scrambling fern forming large patches to 18 feet high; Pacific region and China
giant sequoia
extremely lofty evergreen of southern end of western foothills of Sierra Nevada in California; largest living organism
giant sequoia
A very tall, coniferous evergreen tree (Sequoiadendron giganteum) native to the high western slopes of the Sierra Nevada in southern California and having a massive trunk and light-colored, reddish wood. Also called big tree, giant redwood
giant silkworm moth
any silkworm moth of the family Saturniidae
giant slalom
A downhill skiing race in which participants must pass between pairs of gates set along a course that is larger and often steeper than a slalom course
giant squid
architeuthis: largest mollusk known about but never seen (to 60 feet long)
giant star
A large, bright star The brightness of a star depends on its size and temperature A giant star is brighter than a dwarf star of the same temperature
giant star
Any of a class of highly luminous, exceptionally massive stars. Star with a relatively large radius for its mass and temperature; this yields a large radiating area, so such stars are bright. Subclasses include supergiant stars, red giants (with low temperatures, but very bright), and subgiants (with slightly reduced radii and brightness). Some giants are hundreds of thousands of times brighter than the Sun. Giants and supergiants may have masses 10-30 times that of the Sun and volumes millions of times greater and are thus low-density stars
giant star
a very bright star of large diameter and low density (relative to the Sun)
giant star
Large, cool, highly luminous star in the upper right of the H-R diagramm Typically 10-100 times the diameter of the Sun
giant star
A star of greater luminosity and larger size than a main sequence star of the same temperature
giant star
large star of higher than average luminosity
giant star grass
perennial grass having stems 3 to 4 feet high; used especially in Africa and India for pasture and hay
giant step
large stride, much progress
giant sunflower
very tall American perennial of central and the eastern United States to Canada having edible tuberous roots
giant taro
large evergreen with extremely large erect or spreading leaves; cultivated widely in tropics for its edible rhizome and shoots; used in wet warm regions as a stately ornamental
giant timber bamboo
large bamboo having thick-walled culms; native of China and perhaps Japan; widely brown elsewhere
giant tortoise
very large tortoises of the Galapagos and Seychelles islands
giant water bug
large water bug with piercing and sucking mouthparts; feeds on young fishes
A giant-killer is a sportsman, sportswoman, or team that unexpectedly beats a much stronger opponent. Giant-killers Yeovil became the most successful non-league club in history with their 5-2 win at Torquay
In sport, when a weaker team or competitor beats a much stronger, well-known team or competitor, their success is sometimes called a giant-killing. Scarborough are aiming to pull off a repeat of their giant-killing act against Chelsea three years ago
An object that is giant-sized is much bigger than objects of its kind usually are. a giant-sized TV
Easter giant
A herbaceous flowering plant (scientific name: Persicaria bistorta) that is native to Europe
Faded Giant
A reporting term to identify an event involving a nuclear reactor or radiological accident
Japanese Giant Salamanders
plural form of Japanese Giant Salamander
Japanese giant salamander
Andrias japonicus; a large species of salamander native to Japan, growing up to a meter in length
blue giant
a very hot and very luminous star that emits visible light in the blue portion of the spectrum
gas giant
A large planet composed mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium, along with methane and ammonia; possibly with a solid core
ice giant
a giant planet composed mostly of astronomical ices, composed of oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, smaller than gas giants
one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind
Words spoken by Neil Armstrong when taking the first steps on the moon
one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind
(used imitatively) A cliché used to exaggerate an accomplishment or milestone
pygmy giant panda
The earliest known ancestor of the giant panda, Ailuropoda microta, now extinct
red giant
A large red coloured star with a lower surface temperature than many stars
sleeping giant
A silent majority; a massive bloc of voters, representing a particular ideology, viewpoint, stance, or belief, who do not vote in any given election or express said ideology on the political field. If enough members of a sleeping giant bloc decide to vote, they have the power completely change an election to their viewpoint's favor, simply by raw numbers

The sleeping giant indeed awoke ... and the terrible resolve did not relent until the world was once again safe..

A giant
A giant
beverage giant
large successful company which produces soft-drinks
ugly, misshapen humanoids known for their low intelligence, brute ferocity, and incredible stamina
Giants are frames which are longer than the maximum Ethernet size (1518 or 1522 bytes) Giant packets usually occur when you have a jabbering node on your network; one that is continuously transmitting, or transmitting improperly for short bursts-probably due to a bad transmitter on the NIC Giants can also be caused by packets being corrupted as they are transmitted, either by the addition of garbage signals, or by the corruption of the bits that indicate frame size
plural of giant
(1 ) Heb nephilim, meaning "violent" or "causing to fall" (Gen 6: 4) These were the violent tyrants of those days, those who fell upon others The word may also be derived from a root signifying "wonder," and hence "monsters" or "prodigies " In Num 13: 33 this name is given to a Canaanitish tribe, a race of large stature, "the sons of Anak " The Revised Version, in these passages, simply transliterates the original, and reads "Nephilim "
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one small step for man-one giant leap for mankind
words of the American astronaut Neil Armstrong who was the first man to walk on the moon
pacific giant salamander
large (to 7 inches) salamander of western North America
red giant
a large cool star; has a relatively low surface temperature and a diameter large relative to the sun
red giant
A star of great size and brightness that has a relatively low surface temperature. a large star that is near the middle of its life and shines with a reddish light
sleeping giant
If you refer to someone or something as a sleeping giant, you mean that they are powerful but they have not yet shown the full extent of their power. The trust, which has 2.3 million members, has been characterised as a sleeping giant of the environment movement
yellow giant hyssop
erect perennial with stout stems and yellow-green flowers; southern Canada and southeastern United States
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Giant Hypertrophic Gastritis
(Tıp) bkz: Ménétrier's Disease