harness

listen to the pronunciation of harness
İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} koşum takmak
{i} koşum
{i} koşum takımı
{i} emniyet kemeri
{f} kullanmak

Gelgitin gücünü kullanmak kıyı topluluklarına çok yardımcı olabilir. - Harnessing the power of the tides could be very helpful to coastal communities.

(Havacılık) kolan takımı
atı koşmak
(Telekom) kuşam
koşum takımı vurmak
(atı) koşmak
{i} kayış takımı
teçhizat
ata koşum takmak
doğal güçleri kullanmak
(Havacılık) uçak kemeri
(doğal güçleri) kullanmak
yararlanmak
{f} koşum takımı vur
Kablo demeti tutucusu
(Mühendislik) Vücut tipi emniyet kemeri, yüksekte çalışma için kullanılan emniyet kemeri türü

Workers should use their harnesses all the time in shafts.

{f} (doğal bir gücü dizginleyerek)
{f} to (atı) (arabaya) koşmak; (öküzleri) (sabana) koşmak
{f} (ata) koşum takmak
harness maker saraç
{i} zırh
{i} üniforma
in harness iş başında
istifade et/koş
{f} koşmak
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT KOLANI: Paraşütü, paraşütçüye veya uçaktan atılan eşyaya bağlamaya yarayan tertibat. Buna (parachute harness) de denir
donanım
(Tekstil) soket
tesisat
harness to
öküzleri sabana koşmak
harness to
atı arabaya koşmak
harness maker
saraç
Harness Container
(Havacılık) Paraşüt kuşam takımı - kubbelerin içinde bulunduğu sırt çantası görünümündeki kısım
Harness Container
(Havacılık) Paraşüt kuşam takımı : Kubbelerin içinde bulunduğu sırt çantası görünümündeki kısım
harness dressing
koşumların bakımında kullanılan bir losyon
harness for
koşum için
harness horse
Koşum atı
harness to
koşum
harness, rein
koşum, pekiştirme
harness code
kablo demet kodu
harness jig
(Telekom) kuşam iskeleti
harness strap adapter
(Havacılık) paraşüt kemeri ayar tokası
harness system
(Askeri) kablo donanımı
harness to the plough
çift koşmak
wiring harness
elektrik tesisatı
die in harness
vazife başında ölmek
employ, harness, use, utilize
Koşum, kullanmak kullanmak istihdam
go in double harness
çift koşum gitmek
rescue harness
Dağcıların yahut tırmanma işi yapan kişilerin kuşandığı emniyet takımı
to harness
koşum
double harness
çifte koşum
double harness
evlilik bağı
double harness
evlenme
harnessed
koşumlu
head harness
(Askeri) MASKE BAĞLARI: Gaz maskesi başlığının elastiki örgü kemerlerden müteşekkil ve başlığı, baş üzerinde sıkıca tutmaya yarayan kısmı
in harness
iş başında
integrated harness
(Havacılık) takılmış kolan
mast harness
(İnşaat) mast kablo grubu
parachute harness
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT KOLANI: Bak. "harness" ve "parachute"
shoulder harness
(Askeri) omuz bağları
shoulder harness
(Askeri) omuz kolanı
solenoid harness
(Tekstil) solenoid kablo demeti
to harness
at koşmak
twisted harness
(Otomotiv) bükülü demet
wiring harness
(İnşaat) kablo döşeme, kablo tesisatı
wiring harness module
kablodemeti modülü
Türkçe - Türkçe

harness teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

HAR
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Hor, hakir, âdi. Aşağı. Dinsiz, imansız ve din düşmanı ahlaksızların ve sefihlerin vasıfları
HÂR
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Diken
har
Diken
har
Sıcak, kızgın, yakıcı
har
Birtakım ikileme ve deyimlerde çeşitli anlamlarda kullanılır
har
Dantel
har
Düşüncesizce ve hesapsızca harcamak, bol bol harcayıp tüketmek" har vurup harman savurmak deyiminde geçer: "Akşama kadar Meram bağlarında har vurup harman savuruyordu."- A. Gündüz
har
Eşek
har
Kızgın, yakıcı
İngilizce - İngilizce
to place a harness on something; to tie up or restrain

They harnessed the horse to the post.

A restraint or support, especially one consisting of a loop or network of rope or straps
A collection of wires or cables bundled and routed according to their function
to capture, control or put to use

Imagine what might happen if it were possible to harness solar energy fully.

{i} straps and other parts by which a draft animal is attached to a vehicle
{v} to put on traces, to put on armor
It is a specific term for the driving of the equipment of a horse
The frame of a loom upon which the heddles are placed Warp threads are drawn through the eyes of the heddles, which move up and down as the shuttle with the weft yarn passes by The movement of the heddles determines the pattern
The equipment of a draught or carriage horse, for drawing a wagon, coach, chaise, etc
A bundle of electrical wires For convenience in handling and for neatness, all wires going to certain part of the vehicle are bundled together into a harness
An arrangement of nylon webbing which is designed to conform to the shape of the load to be carried in order to secure it properly, so that the opening force and the weight of the load during descent are evenly distributed The harness connects the wearer to the canopy through the risers
keep in check; "rule one's temper"
gear; tackling
If a horse or other animal is harnessed, a harness is put on it, especially so that it can pull a carriage, cart, or plough. On Sunday the horses were harnessed to a heavy wagon for a day-long ride over the Border
worn by the kite surfer around the waist It has a hook in the front The kite control bar has a harness line loop which can fit in this hook thereby allowing the harness to take all the kites pulling power (and save your arms from fatigue) Identical to a windsurfers harness
stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart
A flat cable or group of cables, usually with many breakouts with the wire ends prepared for termination or terminated to connectors and ready to install
The part of a Rig which consists of webbing and metal hardware which you wear and which the Container is attached to
An arrangement of wires and cables, usually with many breakouts, which have been tied together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect electric circuits
Sets of straps, collars, reins, and hardware that are used on horses in order to have them pull a wagon
{f} place a harness on a draft animal; control, rein, utilize, channel
n Originally a device made from webbing tied around the waist and legs which then had the rope tied into it in order to secure the climber Harnesses today are made from more comfortable materials, wider straps, metal buckles and are often comfortably padded
To equip or furnish for defense
An arrangement of wires & cables usually with many breakouts, which have been tied together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect an electrical circuit
The part of a loom comprising the heddles, with their means of support and motion, by which the threads of the warp are alternately raised and depressed for the passage of the shuttle
control and direct with or as if by reins; "rein a horse"
To dress in armor; to equip with armor for war, as a horseman; to array
A harness is a set of leather straps and metal links fastened round a horse's head or body so that the horse can have a carriage, cart, or plough fastened to it
A harness allows the sailor to sail longer, by allowing the sailor to hook into harness lines on the boom Harnesses come in different configurations: chest harness (high hook), waist harness (high hook), and seat harness (low hook) For more info on choosing a harness, click here To see Windance's selection of harnesses, click here
exploit the power of; "harness natural forces and resources"
A set of straps that fits around the dog's body, leaving no control over the head or neck The harness is fine for small dogs and mild-mannered dogs, but should not be used on boisterous dogs or dogs that pull on the leash
a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute)
control and direct with or as if by reins; "rein a horse
If you harness something such as an emotion or natural source of energy, you bring it under your control and use it. Turkey plans to harness the waters of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers for big hydro-electric power projects
a lightweight piece of equipment that attaches the dog to the gang line
A term used to describe a group of conductors laid parallel or twisted, usually with many breakouts, laced together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect electrical circuits
The assortment of webbing, straps, and (usually) a buckle that come together in a dazzling configuration so as to provide a secure article of clothing that fits around the waist and legs, and can be secured to anchors or the rope so as to protect the climber These usually consist of a swami (waist band) and leg loops Many also have gear loops for attaching all modes of jangling, expensive gear If you are climbing big walls, then you may want to add an additional chest harness, as well -- both for security in case you do an inverted back dive (remember -- the judges are watching) and the fact that you can carry even more jangling, expensive gear A-B C-D E-G H-O P-R S-T U-Z
stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute) exploit the power of; "harness natural forces and resources"
To make ready for draught; to equip with harness, as a horse
A special device worn by the Service Dog designed to assist the human partner by providing balance, pulling a wheelchair, etc SSD designs and produces their own harnesses
– In nautical terms, safety gear or tackle that is worn by sailors and connected to the ship; it prevents a sailor from being washed overboard or from falling while climbing aloft
A Model File, with extension hrn, that specifies which Assignable Variables are Observable Variables and which are Command Variables See also Ini and Params
The universal name for a bundle or loom of wires that compose the wiring for a system 2
A harness is a set of straps which fit under a person's arms and fasten round their body in order to keep a piece of equipment in place or to prevent the person moving from a place
In climbing, an arrangement of tape, either the seat harness or chest harness for the attachment of ascenders or descenders Climbing and SRT Ref JJ
put a harness; "harness the horse"
Fig
Originally, the complete dress, especially in a military sense, of a man or a horse; hence, in general, armor
straps that the sled dogs wear around their bodies when pulling a sled The tug line rope connects the harness to the main rope, called tug line, which is attached to the sled
a device that raises and lowers the warp threads on a loom and creates enough space for the shuttle to pass through
Nylon truss which attaches the caver to the rope
Also used figuratively
gearing
harness racing
A form of horse racing in which the horses race in a specified gait, usually pulling two-wheeled carts called sulkies
harness a horse to a carriage
attach a horse to a carriage with harnesses
harness cask
A tub lashed to a vessel's deck and containing salted provisions for daily use; called also harness tub
harness horse
horse used for pulling vehicles
harness race
A horserace between pacers or trotters harnessed to sulkies.harness racing n
harness race
a horse race between people riding in sulkies behind horses that are trotting or pacing
harness racing
Horse-racing sport. In harness racing, Standardbred horses are harnessed to lightweight, two-wheeled, bodiless (seat-only) vehicles known as sulkies. The sport's origins date to ancient chariot races. Today two types of horses are used, trotters and pacers. The former employ a gait in which the legs move in diagonal pairs, the latter a gait in which the legs move in lateral pairs. Since the establishment of pari-mutuel racing under lights in the 1940s, the sport has grown tremendously in popularity
harness-maker
one who makes harnesses, one who makes sets of leather straps used to tie a horse to a carriage
harness´
keep in check; "rule one's temper"
harness´
worn by the kite surfer around the waist It has a hook in the front The kite control bar has a harness line loop which can fit in this hook thereby allowing the harness to take all the kites pulling power (and save your arms from fatigue) Identical to a windsurfers harness
harness´
The assortment of webbing, straps, and (usually) a buckle that come together in a dazzling configuration so as to provide a secure article of clothing that fits around the waist and legs, and can be secured to anchors or the rope so as to protect the climber These usually consist of a swami (waist band) and leg loops Many also have gear loops for attaching all modes of jangling, expensive gear If you are climbing big walls, then you may want to add an additional chest harness, as well -- both for security in case you do an inverted back dive (remember -- the judges are watching) and the fact that you can carry even more jangling, expensive gear A-B C-D E-G H-O P-R S-T U-Z
harness´
An arrangement of wires and cables, usually with many breakouts, which have been tied together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect electric circuits
harness´
The part of a Rig which consists of webbing and metal hardware which you wear and which the Container is attached to
harness´
straps that the sled dogs wear around their bodies when pulling a sled The tug line rope connects the harness to the main rope, called tug line, which is attached to the sled
harness´
The frame of a loom upon which the heddles are placed Warp threads are drawn through the eyes of the heddles, which move up and down as the shuttle with the weft yarn passes by The movement of the heddles determines the pattern
harness´
A flat cable or group of cables, usually with many breakouts with the wire ends prepared for termination or terminated to connectors and ready to install
harness´
A harness allows the sailor to sail longer, by allowing the sailor to hook into harness lines on the boom Harnesses come in different configurations: chest harness (high hook), waist harness (high hook), and seat harness (low hook) For more info on choosing a harness, click here To see Windance's selection of harnesses, click here
harness´
Sets of straps, collars, reins, and hardware that are used on horses in order to have them pull a wagon
harness´
In climbing, an arrangement of tape, either the seat harness or chest harness for the attachment of ascenders or descenders Climbing and SRT Ref JJ
harness´
a lightweight piece of equipment that attaches the dog to the gang line
harness´
An arrangement of nylon webbing which is designed to conform to the shape of the load to be carried in order to secure it properly, so that the opening force and the weight of the load during descent are evenly distributed The harness connects the wearer to the canopy through the risers
harness´
exploit the power of; "harness natural forces and resources"
harness´
A bundle of electrical wires For convenience in handling and for neatness, all wires going to certain part of the vehicle are bundled together into a harness
harness´
A set of straps that fits around the dog's body, leaving no control over the head or neck The harness is fine for small dogs and mild-mannered dogs, but should not be used on boisterous dogs or dogs that pull on the leash
harness´
control and direct with or as if by reins; "rein a horse"
harness´
A special device worn by the Service Dog designed to assist the human partner by providing balance, pulling a wheelchair, etc SSD designs and produces their own harnesses
harness´
put a harness; "harness the horse"
harness´
A Model File, with extension hrn, that specifies which Assignable Variables are Observable Variables and which are Command Variables See also Ini and Params
harness´
A term used to describe a group of conductors laid parallel or twisted, usually with many breakouts, laced together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect electrical circuits
harness´
It is a specific term for the driving of the equipment of a horse
harness´
n Originally a device made from webbing tied around the waist and legs which then had the rope tied into it in order to secure the climber Harnesses today are made from more comfortable materials, wider straps, metal buckles and are often comfortably padded
harness´
– In nautical terms, safety gear or tackle that is worn by sailors and connected to the ship; it prevents a sailor from being washed overboard or from falling while climbing aloft
harness´
stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart
harness´
The universal name for a bundle or loom of wires that compose the wiring for a system 2
harness´
An arrangement of wires & cables usually with many breakouts, which have been tied together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect an electrical circuit
harness´
a device that raises and lowers the warp threads on a loom and creates enough space for the shuttle to pass through
harness´
a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute)
harness´
Nylon truss which attaches the caver to the rope
har
A sound of laughter, with a sarcastic connotation
test harness
A software framework containing tests to verify the behaviour of other software components
safety harness
A system of belts or restraints to hold a person to prevent falling or injury
die in harness
die while working; die on one's shift
double-harness
{i} harnessing of two horses to an carriage; close friendship; good teamwork
har
Hiring Action Report
har
Highway Advisory Radio; a traffic information broadcasting system used in the U S Drivers are alerted to tune their car radios to a specific channel in order to receive transmitted information HAR is similar to the European ARI system
har
The first person of the Scandinavian Trinity, which consists of Har (the Mighty), the Like Mighty, and the Third Person This Trinity is called "The Mysterious Three," and they sit on three thrones above the Rainbow The next in order are the AEsir (q v ), of which Odin, the chief, lives in Asgard, on the heavenly hills between Earth and the Rainbow The third order is the Vanir (see Van) - the gods of the ocean, air, and clouds - of which Van Niord is the chief Har has already passed his ninth incarnation; in his tenth he will take the forms first of a peacock, and then of a horse, when all the followers of Mahomet will be destroyed
har
Helicopter Air Rescue
har
Highway Advisory Radio Highway Advisory Radio is a system of low-power AM radio stations that broadcast information for motorists, such as traffic congestion and special event information They usually broadcast below 540 KHz or above 1640 MHz Signs like this can be found on many highways
har
adj: hoary, grey 82
har
Highway Advisory Radio
harnessed
brought under control and put to use; "electricity from the harnessed Colorado River"; "the harnessed power of the atom
harnessed
past participle of harness
harnesser
{i} one who harnesses
harnesses
third-person singular of harness
harnesses
plural of harness
harnessing
present participle of harness
in double harness
having two harnesses, having two bridles and reins; married
parachute harness
harness that connects the parachute to the parachutist
shoulder harness
A safety belt used with a seat belt in a vehicle and worn diagonally across the chest and over the shoulder. Also called shoulder belt
wiring harness
A system that contains switch, relay, fuse, and the correct gage wire for the intended application
wiring harness
A gathering of electrical wires terminating in a central plug that usually operates the turn signals, brake lights, and electrical brakes for a mobile office Wiring harnesses are usually not provided for mobile offices Connection of lights for the trailers are usually accomplished through a wiring harness from the truck itself
wiring harness
Motor/Transmission : An external bundle of wires and electrical switches for ignition and lighting XC : Racing : Cross-country woods racing
wiring harness
A group of primary wires enclosed in a protective plastic covering
harness