jumper

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İngilizce - Türkçe
atlayan
(Bilgisayar) atlama kablosu teli
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bağlantı teli
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sıçrayıcı
(Elektrik, Elektronik) atlama teli
bağlantı köprüsü
bluz ya da kazak üzerine giyilen kolsuz elbise
kazak

Ne kadar çok soğuk olursa, o kadar çok bir kazak isterim. - The colder it got, the more I wanted a jumper.

süveter
atlayici
atlayan veya sıçrayan kimse
{i} İng. (kadın için) kazak, süveter, pulover
{i} engelli koşu atı
{i} delgi
Atlatıcı
{i} elek. geçici olarak kullanılan bağlantı teli
elbise üzer
{i} atlayıcı
sereni veya direği muhafaza etmek için bağlanan halat
{i} örgü bluz
elek
{i} kaya matkabı
yelek/kazak/atlayıcı
{i} atlamacı

Tom olağanüstü bir atlamacıdır. - Tom is an extraordinary jumper.

geçici olarak kullanılan bağlantı teli
{i} bebek önlüğü

Satıcıya bebek önlüğünün çamaşırla birlikte konulabilip konulamayacağını sormayı unutma. - Don't forget to ask the seller if the jumper can be put in with the washing.

{i} bluz/kazak üzerine giyilen kolsuz elbise
{i} atlayan kimse
{i} çocuklara giydirilen pantolonlu ceket, tulum
delik delme aleti
{i} geçici bağlantı teli
jile
tulum
matkap
pulover
bağlama taşı
jumper cable
(Bilgisayar) optik atlatma kablosu
jumper cable
bağlantı kablosu
jumper (equitation)
jumper (binicilik)
jumper cable
jumper kablosu
jumper cables
jumper kabloları
jumper dress
(Giyim) Bluz ya da süveter üzerine giyilen kolsuz ve yakasız elbise
jumper box
aküplöman prizi
jumper cable
atlama kablosu
jumper cable with plug
fişli bağlantı kablosu
counter jumper
tezgâhtar
parachute jumper
paraşütçü
Jolly Jumper
(Film) Redkit'in (Lucky Luke) atı Düldül
high jumper
yüksek atlamacı
joyful jumper
(Bilgisayar) neşeli soytarı
jumpers
köprüleme kablosu
knit a jumper
kazak örmek
pararescue jumper
(Askeri) paraşütlü atlayıcı
pole jumper
yüksek atlamacı
pole jumper
sırıkla atlama atleti
queue jumper
sırayı bozup öne geçen kimse
running jumper
(Spor) hareketli halde atılan şut
sailor's jumper
(Tekstil) denizci süveteri
show jumper
binici
İngilizce - İngilizce
A person who attempts suicide by jumping from a great height
A woolen sweater or pullover
A removable connecting pin on an electronic circuit board
A one-piece, sleeveless dress, or a skirt with straps and a complete or partial bodice, usually worn over a blouse by women and children
A short length of electrical conductor, to make a temporary connection. Also jump wire
A loose outer jacket, especially one worn by workers and sailors
(usually as jumpers) Rompers
Someone or something that jumps; eg. a participant in a jumping event in track or skiing
A loose upper garment A sort of blouse worn by workmen over their ordinary dress to protect it
a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump
One who, or that which, jumps
1 A wire used to connect equipment and cable on a distribution frame 2 A patch cable or wire used to establish a circuit, often temporarily, for testing or diagnostics
A rude kind of sleigh; usually, a simple box on runners which are in one piece with the poles that form the thills
A plugable, movable device that allows connections to be made between points on a circuit board
A jumper is a warm knitted piece of clothing which covers the upper part of your body and your arms. Isabel had on a simple jumper and skirt. = sweater, pullover
A jumper is a sleeveless dress that is worn over a blouse or sweater. She wore a checkered jumper and had ribbons in her hair
Optical fiber cable that has connectors installed on both ends See Cable Assembly
A short length of conductor connecting two points in a circuit
Essentially, a jumper is an on/off switch Jumpers used to be used extensively to configure circuit boards and are still found to a certain extent Small rows of wire pins (jumper pins) stick up from the circuit board A small piece of plastic with metal connectors inside is placed over two pins at a time making an electrical connection or turning on that particular circuit configuration
A short length of electrical conductor, to make a temporary connection
a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing a loose jacket or blouse worn by workmen a small connector used to make temporary electrical connections an athlete who competes at jumping
A patch cable or wire used to establish a circuit, often temporarily, for testing or diagnostics; also, the devices, shorting blocks, used to connect adjacent exposed pins on a printed circuit board that control the functionality of the card
{i} one who jumps; horse trained to leap over barriers; sweater, pullover (British); sleeveless dress; loose jacket; electrical connector on expansion cards that is used to select the desired configuration (Computers)
A small metal bracket used to connect two pins and thereby create a short between them The term jumper is used for both the bank of pins, and the metal bracket used to 'short' them
A small plug or wire that can be connected between different points in an electronic circuit in order to alter an aspect of a hardware configuration
A small metal or plastic plug used to connect different points in an electronic circuit Jumpers are used to select options on a circuit board For example, a jumper may be used to select the speed option (characters per second) that a printer will print
The larva of the cheese fly
a loose blouse or jacket worn by workmen; a sleeveless one-piece dress worn usually with a blouse; a child's overall [Usually used in plural]; [Chiefly British] sweater
A short fiber optic cable with connectors on both ends
Someone or something that jumps
If you refer to a person or a horse as a particular kind of jumper, you are describing how good they are at jumping or the way that they jump. He is a terrific athlete and a brilliant jumper
See Cheese fly, under Cheese
Optical fiber cable that has connectors installed on both ends
a small block (approx 250" wide x 312" long x 125" thick with two holes running lengthwise which are connected with a metal structure), or the functionally equivalent electronic "interconnect"; used to enable, disable, or select operating parameter on a motherboard or other PCB by either electrically connecting two pins on the PCB (closed) or separating them (open - only one pin is covered or the jumper is removed)
A name applied in the 18th century to certain Calvinistic Methodists in Wales whose worship was characterized by violent convulsions
a small piece that slides over two pins at the same time Jumpers are used on the motherboard, hard drives, and some peripheral cards
An assembly of twisted pairs without connectors used to used to join telecommunications circuits at the cross connect Similar to a patch cable (which has connectors)
A fur garment worn in Arctic journeys
an athlete who competes at jumping
A long drilling tool used by masons and quarrymen
A thing that jumps; esp
a loose jacket or blouse worn by workmen
A tiny connector box that slips over two pins that protrude from a circuit board The jumper can be moved to change electrical connectors When in place, the jumper connects the pins electrically Some board manufacturers use dual in-line package (DIP) switches instead of jumpers
A patch cable or wire used to establish a circuit, often temporarily, for testing or diagnostics
A short length of conductor used to make temporary connection between terminals, around a break in a circuit, or around an instrument
an athlete who bounds or leaps (as in basketball)
African-American term for "derailer"
A short length of conductor used to complete an electrical circuit, usually temporary, between terminals, or to bypass an existing circuit
A small plug or other connector used to alter the hardware configuration of a circuit board, disk drive, etc by connecting different points in an electronic circuit
a small connector used to make temporary electrical connections
spring to impel the star wheel, also a pawl to lock fast a wheel, in a repeating timepiece
Fiber optic cable that has connectors terminated on both ends
A length of cable with a connector terminated at both ends Also called a patchcord
If someone asks you for a jumper for your computer, they mean a cable
An assembly of twisted pairs without connectors, used to join telecommunications circuits/links at the cross-connect
a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing
any of various tools or other contrivances operating with a jumping motion; an instrument for boring holes in rocks by percussion without hammering, consisting of a bar of iron with a chisel-edged steel tip at one or both ends, operated by striking it against the rock, turning it slightly with each blow
jumper cable
A pair of insulated electrical wires used to jump-start a car with a dead battery

He kept a jumper cable in an emergency box in the car, as he had once been caught with a dead battery.

jumper cables
plural form of jumper cable
jumper dress
(Giyim) A sleeveless, collarless dress intended to be worn over a blouse, shirt or sweater
jumper cable
a jumper that consists of a short piece of wire; "it was a tangle of jumper cables and clip leads
jumper cable
A short length of conductor or cable used to make a connection between terminals or around a break in a circuit, or around an instrument Is usually a temporary connection
jumper cable
a jumper that consists of a short piece of wire; "it was a tangle of jumper cables and clip leads"
jumper cable
Short length of flexible coaxial cable used in older CATV systems to connect system coaxial cable to amplifiers or other CATV components; they have no place in a modern, high quality system The automotive equivalent will be required to restart the hearts of telco Internet project managers when we launch Internet over cable
jumper cable
A short flat cable interconnecting two wiring boards or devices
jumper cables
(Otomotiv) Cables used to jump a start by conducting current from one car battery to another. This allows a car whose battery has run down to start and begin to generate its own power. See also positive terminal
jumper cables
Jumper cables are the same as jump leads. thick wires used to connect the batteries of two cars in order to start the car that has lost power
jumper wire
Typically, a short length of copper used to route a circuit by linking two cross-connect termination points
jumper wire
PVC insulated copper conductors twisted together and used for cross-connecting on distributing frames, usually 22 AWG
jumper wire
An assembly of twisted-pairs without connectors on either end used to join telecommunications links at a cross-connect
jumper wire
Used to connect equipment and cable on a distribution frame
BASE jumper
Someone who BASE jumps
baby jumper
A hoop suspended by an elastic strap, in which a young child may be held secure while amusing itself by jumping on the floor
baby-jumper
Alternative spelling of baby jumper
bonding jumper
An electrical connection that bonds the electrical supply to ground via the water piping system
bungee jumper
A person who participates in bungee jumping
claim jumper
One who disreputably mines land legitimately claimed by another
high jumper
An athlete who competes in the high jump
high-jumper
Alternative spelling of high jumper
long jumper
An athlete who competes in the long jump
puddle jumper
A small passenger airplane, typically used for shorter connecting trips to smaller airports

The flight across country was not bad, but the ride in the puddle jumper between Boston and Connecticut was a little rough.

puddle-jumper
Alternative spelling of puddle jumper
rock-jumper
Either of two bird species in the passerine family Chaetopidae, endemic to southern Africa
show jumper
A (human or horse) participant in show jumping
ski jumper
Someone who competes in ski jumping
smoke jumper
a firefighter trained and equipped to parachute into the fire zone in remote areas
triple jumper
An athlete who competes in the triple jump
triple-jumper
An athlete who competes in the triple jump
claim jumper
one who illegally occupies property to which another has a legal claim
high jumper
someone or something that is able to jump high (especially a horse)
jumpers
It is a series of pins protruding from a circuit board onto which a contact block is placed Jumpers are used to select various circuit options
jumpers
Small devices that act as switches between two pins of a multi-pin header
jumpers
a coverall worn by children
jumpers
A class in which a horse is jumped against time, and incurs "fault" points for disobediences such as rails down, refusals, and time penalties
jumpers
Device to alter settings on an expansion card/Motherboard
jumpers
Connectors that configure how hardware will perform
jumpers
plural of jumper
jumpers
A metal bridge that closes an electrical circuit Typically, a jumper consists of a plastic plug that fits over a pair of protruding pins Jumpers are sometimes used to configure expansion boards By placing a jumper plug over a different set of pins, you can change a board's parameters
jumpers
A set of tiny switches used to select one of various options such as a particular hardware configuration
jumpers
Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire that is installed in the electric house panel meter socket before the meter is installed This is sometimes illegal
long jumper
{i} broad jumper, athlete who participates in long jump
show jumper
A show jumper is a person who takes part in the sport of show jumping. I loved horses as a child and was a junior show jumper
ski jumper
a skier who leaps through the air (especially on a ski jump)
jumper