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İngilizce - Türkçe
flok yelkeni
i., den. flok yelkeni. f. İng. (at) (-e) karşı gelmek, itiraz etmek; (bir şeyi yapmaktan) çekinmek; (bir şey hakkında)
{f} inatla geri geri gitmek
{f} direnmek
bumba ile seren veya yelkeni kavanço etmek
{f} ayak diremek
{i} vinç kolu
jib boom
büyük baston
jib boom
jib crane
kollu vinç
jib at doing
yapmak istememek
jib at doing
jib boom
flok sereni
jib boom
jib sail
flok yelkeni (gemi)
storm jib
(Askeri) fırtına floku
crane-jib attachment
Vinç flok eki
jimmy jib
Jimmy Jib, Kameranın monte edildiği terazi şeklinde mekanik bir cihazdır. Bir tarafta ağırlıklar bulunur. Diğer uçta ise kamera bağlıdır. Yere basan kısımda lastik tekerlekler vardır. Kameraman kamera tarafında bir sandeleyede oturabildiği gibi ağırlık tarafından da kamerayı kablolarla yönetebilmektedir
pillar jib crane
ayağı flok vinç
inner jib
(Askeri) iç büyük flok
the cut of one's jib
yüz ifadesi
the cut of one's jib
dış görünüşü
the cut of one's jib
{k} dış görünüş; yüz ifadesi
working jib
(Askeri) çalışan flok
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of a horse, to stop and refuse to go forward
An object that is used for performing tricks while skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding, inline skating, or biking. These objects are usually found in a terrain park or skate park
To stop doing something, to become reluctant to proceed with an activity

Some of us began to jib when the family began to collect portraits of their new son to decorate their walls .

The projecting arm of a crane
A triangular staysail set forward of the foremast. In a sloop (see image) the basic jib reaches back roughly to the level of the mast
Usually with a modifier, any of a variety of specialty triangular staysails set forward of the foremast
{n} the foremast sail of a vessel
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On the Lady, the outer of two fore-and-aft triangular sails, carried on a stay running between the fore-mast and the jib-boom (the other being the fore-topmast-staysail)
Triangular sail set on a stay forward of the mast
a triangular sail set forward of the mast
A triangular stay-sail stretching from the bowsprit to the mast-head in small vessels
a triangular sail set by sailing ships on the boom which runs out from the bowsprit
Projecting part of crane from which lifting chain or gear is suspended
A triangular sail set on a stay, forward A genoa jib is larger in size and is used in lighter winds
1 A triangular sail set forward of the mast; 2 A foresail or headsail; 3 On a schooner, this is the middle sail set on the jib boom, between the flying jib and fore topmast staysail
The smaller forward sail The boat we're sailing is classified as a sloop, meaning that it has one mast, with 2 sails, a mainsil and a jib Use - "Haul in on the jib"
The projecting arm of a crane, from which the load is suspended
To shift, or swing round, as a sail, boom, yard, etc
same as Genoa
If you jib at something, you are unwilling to do it or to accept it. those who jib at the idea of selling their land. = balk. jibbed jibbing to be unwilling to do or accept something jib at
A stationary condition; a standstill
The jib is the small triangular sail that is sometimes used at the front of a sailing boat
To hit a rail, slider, dock, etc Basically riding/sliding something that isn't water
– A triangular sail secured to a stay forward of the mast or foremast
Any of a variety of specialty triangular sails
Describes a type of riding which most closely resembles street skating "Jibbers" commonly slide rails, bonk trees, and perform flatground tricks
A triangular sail at the bow of the boat
Large vessels often carry several jibs; as, inner jib; outer jib; flying jib; etc
A front sail, smaller than the Genoa
{f} balk, refuse to move forward (as of an animal); avoid, procrastinate
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shift from one side of the ship to the other; "The sail jibbed wildly"
The small triangular sail set on the forestay forward of the mast
A triangular sail attached to a stay leading from the masthead or topmast to the stemhead, bowsprit, or jib boom
refuse to comply
A triangular sail set upon a stay or halyard extending from the foremast or fore-topmast to the bowsprit or the jib boom
A foresail that fits in between the forestay and the mast
To move restively backward or sidewise, said of a horse; to balk
The triangular sail set as the forward headsail
A foresail used for reaching and beating
as in tacking
{i} triangular forward sail (Nautical); arm of a crane; uncooperative animal
One that jibs, or balks; a jibber
any triangular fore-and-aft sail (set forward of the foremast)
jib boom
A spar attached to the outboard end of a bowsprit or flying jib boom with an additional stay to increase sail area
jib booms
plural form of jib boom
jib boom
{i} spar which is attached to the end of the bowsprit (Nautical)
jib boom
A spar forming a continuation of the bowsprit
cut of one's jib
A person's general appearance, manner, or style, or the implications thereof

Let's just say I don't like the cut of your jib, Mr. Tate..

flying jib
The foremost of the jibs of a square-rigged sailing vessel
flying jib boom
A jib boom with an additional outboard jib boom attached
flying jib booms
plural form of flying jib boom
The performance of tricks using jibs (objects in a skatepark, etc.)
storm jib
A small jib, used in a storm to reduce the sail area to the minimum required for maintaining manoeuvrability of the vessel
flying jib
the outermost of two or more jibs
flying jib
A light sail that extends beyond the jib and is attached to an extension of the jib boom
A horse that jibs
{i} (English) horse that jibs
A horse that jibs, i.e. refuses, stops short
plural of jib