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İngilizce - Türkçe

Tom'un güçlü bir kavraması var. - Tom has a powerful grip.

Tom kavramasını gevşetti. - Tom loosened his grip.

sımsıkı tutmak
sıkıca tutma
grip hastalığı
kavrama şekli
yol tutuş'un ingilizcesi
sıkıca tutmak
simsıkı tutmak
ilgisini çekmek
(Avcılık) kabza
(Bilgisayar) kavra

Tom kavrayışını gevşetti. - Tom relaxed his grip.

Tom'un güçlü bir kavraması var. - Tom has a powerful grip.


O hançeri bu şekilde tutmalısın. - You must grip that dagger this way.

tutturucu şey
hâkim olm
{f} sıkı tut
(dikkatini/vb.) çekmek
yolculuk çantası
anlama/yapma gücü
{f} idrak etmek
tutma şekli
(Film) Set asistanı
etkile/sıkıca tut
{f} sıkmak
{i} sıkı tutma
{f} (birinin) dikkatini çekmek
{f} tutmak
{i} kontrol, idare: Get a grip on
{i} etkileme
{i} toka
{f} çekmek
{i} idrak
{f} sıkıştırmak
{i} set işçisi
{i} el bagajı
{f} anlamak
{i} hakim olma
{i} tutma/kavrama şekli
{i} anlama
{f} etkilenmek
(Tıp) Grip hastalıı

Tom duygularını kontrol altına aldı. - Tom got a grip on his emotions.

{i} kıskaç
grip safety
(Askeri,Avcılık) kabza emniyeti
grip screw
(Avcılık) kabza kapak vidası
grip someone's imagination
alıp götürmek
grip s.o.´s imagination
-i alıp götürmek
grip tape
Kaykayların üstünde bulunan kullanıcının kontrolünü artıran tutucu yüzey
grip brake
el freni
grip s.o.'s imagination
i alıp götürmek
grip safety
(Askeri) KABZA EMNİYETİ: Tetik çekildiği zaman kabza iyice kavranmadıkça silahın ateşlenmesini önleyen tertibat. Bu tertibat özellikle otomatik tabancalarda kullanılır
grip safety system
(Askeri) Kabza emniyet tertibatı
blind grip
perde tutamağı
(Tekstil) çıt çıt
(Bilgisayar) yakalayıcı robot
(Tıp) pens
merak uyandıran
sıkıntı vererek
dikkat çekici
in the grip of
size grip
(Bilgisayar) boyutlandırma tutacağı
slip grip
kayar tutucu
vise grip pliers
ayarlı pense
get a grip on
sıkı tutun
{f} sıkıntı ver
ilgi çekici
pistol grip
cable grip
kablo çorabı
chief grip
(Film) Set amiri
death grip
ölüm tutuş
firm grip
sıkı şekilde kavramak
get a grip on
sıkı tütün
get a grip on oneself
aklını başına toplamak
get a grip on oneself
kendine hakim olmak
get a grip on something
kontrol altına almak
get a grip on yourself
kendine hakim ol
sıkıntı verme
hair grip
saç kavrama
hair grip
Bir çeşit saç tokası
lose grip
lose one's grip
Biri bir şeyi elinden kaydırmak
lose one's grip
Bir şeyin ya da durumun kontrolünü ya da onu kavramayı yavaş yavaş kaybetmek
take a grip
(fear) grip someone
korku sarmak
cable grip
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kablo maşası
dummy grip
gaz kolu (motorsiklet)
fork grip
çatallı maşa
get a grip
sıkı tutmak
get a grip
get a grip
get a grip
get a grip
(deyim) get a grip on sth. kontrol altına almak get a grip on oneself kendine hakim olmak,aklını başına toplamak
get a grip on
anlam çıkarmak
get a grip on
get to grip
(deyim) get to grip with sth. ciddiyetle ele almak
{i} çıtçıt
(Tekstil) tutucu
{s} tutma
{s} heyecanlı
etkile/sıkıca tut
{s} sıkma
{s} kavrama
{s} ilginç
ilgi çekerek
ilgi çekici bir şekilde
hand grip
gömme tutamak
lose grip
(deyim) lose one's grip bir şeyin kontrolünü yavaş yavaş kaybetmek
lose one's grip
artık işlerin üstesinden gelememek, ipin ucunu kaçırmak
lose one's grip
tutunamamak, eli kaymak/kurtulmak
mantle grip
muhafaza kavraması
mantle grip
karter kavraması
money grip
para tutacağı
pawlik's grip
(Tıp) Çocuk başının pelvisteki durumunu ortaya koymak için uygulanan bir yöntem
pistol grip
tabanca sapı
pistol grip
tabanca kabzası
socket hand grip
soket tornavida
socket hand grip
geçmeli tornavida
spade grip
(Askeri) MAKİNALI TÜFEK KABZASI: Bazı müteharrik otomatik silahlarda, sandık kısmının arka tarafına tespit edilmiş olan ve silaha istikamet vermeye yarayan (D) şeklinde tutamak
spade grip
(Askeri) makineli tüfek kabzası
Türkçe - Türkçe
Paçavra hastalığı
Yorgunluk, kırıklık, kas ağrıları ve ateşle beliren, bulaşıcı, salgın hastalık, paçavra hastalığı, enflüanza
İngilizce - İngilizce
A hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand

The ball will move differently depending on the grip used when throwing it.

To help or assist, particularly in an emotional sense

By and by fumes of brandy began to fill the air, and climb to where I lay, overcoming the mouldy smell of decayed wood and the dampness of the green walls. It may have been that these fumes mounted to my head, and gave me courage not my own, but so it was that I lost something of the stifling fear that had gripped me, and could listen with more ease to what was going forward.

To do something with another that makes you happy/gives you relief

Let’s grip (get a coffee, hang, take a break, see a movie, etc.).

A small travelling-bag
(film production) A person responsible for handling equipment on the set
A handle or other place to grip

There are several good grips on the northern face of this rock.

As much as one can hold in a hand; a handful

I need to get a grip of nails for my project.

A channel cut through a grass verge (especially for the purpose of draining water away from the highway)
Archaic spelling of grippe: Influenza, flu

She has the grip.

Assistance; help or encouragement

He gave me a grip.

To take hold, particularly with the hand

After a few slips, the tires gripped the pavement.

A helpful, interesting, admirable, or inspiring person

You're a real grip.

A lot of something

That is a grip of cheese.

A grip is a firm, strong hold on something. His strong hand eased the bag from her grip
A gripsack; a hand bag; a satchel
1 the handle of a golf club (usually covered with rubber, leather, etc ) 2 the holding, or method of holding, a golf club Example: Don't let your grips get so worn that they become slippery 2 The most widely used grip is called the overlapping, or Vardon (named after Harry Vardon) grip
If something grips you, it affects you very strongly. The entire community has been gripped by fear
The part of the club you hold, and the way you hold it
The part of the hilt held by the user (the handle)
Grips work closely with the key grip and gaffer in setting up the lights and assists the crew in all aspects of getting the shot (hang flags, diffusion, cookies, run power cables, get coffee, etc )
a factor reflecting the friction of the tires with the road surface
To give a grip to; to grasp; to gripe
If you get to grips with a problem or if you come to grips with it, you consider it seriously, and start taking action to deal with it. The government's first task is to get to grips with the economy
hold fast or firmly; "He gripped the steering wheel"
If you get a grip on yourself, you make an effort to control or improve your behaviour or work
If things such as shoes or car tyres have grip, they do not slip. a new way of reinforcing rubber which gives car tyres better grip
The amount of traction a car has at any given point, thus affecting how easy it is for the driver to keep control through corners
The technique which you hold the dice for a controlled throw examples of my grips examples of other grips
Tire traction on the track
If you are gripped by something such as a story or a series of events, your attention is concentrated on it and held by it. The nation is gripped by the dramatic story. + gripping grip·ping The film turned out to be a gripping thriller. = riveting
The crew member who adjusts scenery, flags lights and often operates the camera cranes and dollies
If you say that someone has a grip on reality, you mean they recognize the true situation and do not have mistaken ideas about it. Shakur loses his fragile grip on reality and starts blasting away at friends and foe alike. Variant of grippe
If a person, group, or place is in the grip of something, they are being severely affected by it. Britain is still in the grip of recession. a region in the grip of severe drought
the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road)
Influenza, flu. ()
Wrapped around the handle of a racquet, this is what the player holds when hitting strokes More Info
A person responsible for handling equipment on the set
to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe; "The snake charmer fascinates the cobra"
The stickier a tire, and the larger the contact patch, the more resistance against scrubbing the tire will have This means higher cornering speed and acceleration/deceleration Also called traction
That by which anything is grasped; a handle or gripe; as, the grip of a sword
crew member responsible for rigging and operating equipment such as tripods, dollys and cranes which stabilise the camera or enable its movement
the portion of the handle on which a fencer positions his foil hand
An energetic or tenacious grasp; a holding fast; strength in grasping
The extreme upper end of a single-bladed paddle, shaped for holding with the palm over the top
{i} firm hold; grasp; understanding; handle
to grip or seize, as in a wrestling match; "the two men grappled with each other for several minutes"
Gross Revenue Insurance Plan GTA Grain Transportation Agency
A small ditch or furrow
1 the handle of a golf club (usually covered with rubber, leather, etc ) 2 the method of holding a golf club Example: "Don't let your grips get so worn that they become slippery 2 The most widely used grip is called the overlapping grip
{f} hold firmly; grasp; catch and hold someone's interest
the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
the act of grasping; "he released his clasp on my arm"; "he has a strong grip for an old man"; "she kept a firm hold on the railing"
A welcome firmness of texture, usually from tannin, which helps give definition to wines such as Cabernet and Port
The influenza; grippe
a portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothes; "he carried his small bag onto the plane with him"
To trench; to drain
worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made
A peculiar mode of clasping the hand, by which members of a secret association recognize or greet, one another; as, a masonic grip
Firmness of flavor and structure
A grip is a bag that is smaller than a suitcase, and that you use when you are travelling
The part of the bow handle where the bow is held, on some bow designs the grip is removable allowing one to adjust their hand position on the handle
worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road) hold fast or firmly; "He gripped the steering wheel
The part of a sword, contained in the guard, where it is grasped by the hand
The part of the club which the golfer holds, typically made from leather, cord, rubber or a mixture of the three
a flat wire hairpin whose prongs press tightly together; used to hold bobbed hair in place; "in England they call a bobby pin a grip"
3 fingers with little finger curled under the handle and thumb down, or 4 fingers with thumb up (a requirement for Baseball Style)
The griffin
the method and style of holding the broom
a firm controlling influence; "they kept a firm grip on the two top priorities"; "he was in the grip of a powerful emotion"; "a terrible power had her in its grasp"
grip car
A streetcar, especially a cable car

After dining Sam got on a grip car of the Wabash Avenue Cable, sitting on the front seat and letting the panorama of the town roll up to him.

grip cars
plural form of grip car
grip tape
sandpaper with an adhesive on one side that is used to affix it to the surface of a skateboard deck and thus provide added friction
Alternative spelling of grip car
grip tape
Grip tape is an adhesive backed friction-surfaced material usually attached to the deck of a skateboard or longboard to give the rider more friction to control the board. It is often used as a decoration, and can come in all different styles and colors
grip car
A car with a grip to clutch a traction cable
French grip
A grip used for foil and épée that consists of a slightly curved block of wood or aluminum wrapped in a rubber grip-tape
Italian grip
A grip used for foil and épée that consists of a straight block of wood or aluminum wrapped in a rubber grip-tape
death grip
A perilous situation or stalemate where failure or death is imminent

The armies came together in a death grip at the bottom of the valley.

death grip
An extremely tight grip

The wolf held the chicken in a death grip until it stopped moving.

deck grip
Rubber non-slip pads glued to the top of a surfboard to stand on
dolly grip
A technician trained to use a dolly
get a grip
To relax; to calm down; to stop being angry; to come to one's senses or become more rational

He needs to get a grip if he's getting that angry over such a little thing.

a ticket collector
a person or thing that grips something
a cover on the handle of a bicycle, tool, etc, that makes it easier to grip
Catching the attention; exciting; interesting; absorbing; fascinating
Present participle of grip
pistol grip
The grip by which a pistol is held in the hand
pistol grip
A similarly shaped grip on any of several firearms, swords and tools
chief grip
(Film) The chief or key grip on the set. Like a foreman, the chief grip directs a crew of grips, some with specialized skills such as dolly grips, crane operators, camera car operators, etc
death grip
Death Grip refers to a technique used in mountain biking whereby the rider avoids covering the brake levers. It is most often used by dirt jumpers (most especially those new to the discipline), when approaching a new, bigger, jump than they're used to, but are fairly sure they can manage. They will do this to prevent the sudden urge to brake which is experienced when the doubts about clearing the jump pop into their mind on the approach to the take-off. Very few riders relish riding 'death grip', resorting to it only after many attempts at a jump that they still cannot resist the urge to brake on
death grip
An extremely tight grip caused especially by fear
key grip
(Film) In US American and Canadian film-making, the key grip is the chief grip on the set. Like a foreman, the key grip directs a crew of grips, some with specialized skills such as dolly grips, crane operators, camera car operators, etc
lose one's grip
Become unable to understand or control one's situation
lose one's grip
To fail in control or command; lose your strength, force, or ability to lead. "Mr. Jones began to lose his grip: he no longer wanted the hard jobs, and he left decisions to others.", "When a locomotive engineer loses his grip, he is no longer trusted with express runs."
get a grip
understand, comprehend
past of grip
(adj ) tired and/or scared Often a synergy between the two
adj tired and/or scared Often a synergy between the two
To be overcome with fear to the point of paralysis To feel as if some icy, white claw has emerged from the Great Beyond to ruthlessly clasp your throat and freeze you in your tracks It happens sometimes particularly if you're not a big fan of exposure
[in printing] metal "fingers" that clamp on paper, controlling its flow as it passes through the press; also, the leading edge of paper which is thusly handled
The gripper is the part of the press that grabs the sheet of paper and pulls it through the press to be printed Nothing will print in the area needed to grip the sheet The size varies with each type of press In some cases the "gripper" will be ¼", in our case it is 5/16 In every case, if you are designing artwork, you should consult your printer as to how much gripper they need
Mechanical fingers that clamp onto the lead edge of the sheet and pull it through the press
A rubber or other material attached to a curling shoe to improve traction on the ice
Tools for handling microscopic and nanoscale machines Applications include optical electronics where grippers are used for glass fiber positioning
The device on a printing press that holds and pulls the paper through its printing path
A series of metal fingers that hold each sheet of paper as it passes through the various stages of the printing process
One who, or that which, grips or seizes
The mechanical “fingers” which hold the paper onto the impression cylinder of the printing press
{i} holder, grasper; seizer
In printing presses, the fingers or nippers
Metal fingers on a sheet-fed press that clamp on paper and control its flow as it passes through the press to top
Material clamping devices often serrated for additional holding force to restrain material during a die operation
An end effector on a robot that is designed to pick up objects just as a humans fingers do
metal pins on a printing press that move the paper through the press
Metal fingers that clamp onto the paper and control its flow as it passes through the press
(gripping fingers) mechanical fingers on a press, that grasp or hold a substrate for positioning or as it travels through the press and is temporary and releasable
The metal fingers on a printing press that hold the paper as it passes through the press Also used to refer to the non-printable area on laser printers and photocopiers
The metal fingers that guide a page's way through a sheetfed printing press
In printing presses, metal fingers that clamp on paper and control its flow as it passes through
Hand holds built onto formation skydiving jumpsuits to make it easier to take grips
plural of gripper
a gripping film, story etc is very exciting and interesting
capable of arousing and holding the attention; "a fascinating story"
Present participle of to grip
{s} suspenseful, fascinating, holding the attention
in an exciting manner, in a thrilling manner, in a fascinating manner
Rubber caps on the inboard (handle) end of the oars
Members of the film crew who are responsible for moving set pieces, lighting equipment, dolly track and other physical movement of equipment
third-person singular of grip
What you hold onto, they are on the handelbars
Sausage shaped things attached to the arms and legs of a jumpsuit for skydivers to hold on to in formations
Using the hands to hold onto another skydiver in freefall or during the aircraft exits In formation skydiving, the formations are scored as complete when every skydiver has taken the correct grips
hair grip
(British) bobby pin, type of hair clip
have a good grip of
be in control of; have a good understanding of
loosen grip
loosen a hold, make a grasp less tight
lose one's grip
lose control
pistol grip
The handle of a handgun or protrusion on the buttstock or fore-end of a shoulder-operated gun that resembles the grip or handle of a handgun A "semi-pistol grip" is one less pronounced than normal; a "vertical pistol grip" is more pronounced than normal
pistol grip
a modern, orthopaedic grip, shaped vaguely like a small pistol; varieties are known by names such as Belgian, German, Russian, and Visconti
pistol grip
What you want to grab when you loose a 14-14 D E on a questionable call
pistol grip
a handle (as of a gun or saw) shaped like the butt of a pistol
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Argo) wog
influenza, grippe, flu

He is at the doctor for influenza. - O grip için doktorda.

There were many cases of influenza. - Birçok grip vakası vardı.


There is a new flue bug going around. - Yeni bir grip salgını var. (Moda mod çeviri böyle ancak bug going around salgın anlamında değilde bir çok insanın hasta olduğu anlamında kullanılır)


Tom came down with the flu. - Tom grip nedeniyle hastalandı.

Tom was down with the flu all last week. - Tom geçen hafta boyunca gripten yattı.

grip gibi
grip hastalığı
(Tıp) influenza
grip olmak
have influenza
grip aşısı
(Tıp, İlaç) Flu shot
grip olan
grip oldum
I have the flu
grip olmak
to get the flu; to have the flu
grip olmak
to have influenza
grip salgını
flu epidemic