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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bakıcı

Biraderimin bakıcısı mıyım ben? - Am I my brother's keeper?

kilit dil karşılığı
otomatik kapı kapayıcısı
(Ticaret) işletici
(Askeri) tüfek kayışı köprüsü
manyetik şönt

Tom, deniz feneri bekçisi ve yalnız bir hayat sürüyor. - Tom is a lighthouse keeper and leads a lonely life.

{i} sorumlu
{i} gardiyan
{i} işletmeci
{i} kaleci

Tom ilk kez Mary'yi eve getirdiğinde onun annesi bu bir kaleci. dedi. - The first time Tom brought Mary home, his mother said, This one's a keeper.

{i} muhafız
{i} koruyucu
(Askeri) KÖPRÜ: Kemer veya ipleri üstüste tutmak için kullanılan parça. Köprüler, tüfek kayışlarında vesairede kullanılır
kilit köprüsü
muhafaza eden
keeper of a coffeehouse
keeper of a treasury
game keeper
brothel keeper
diary keeper
günlük tutan
gate keeper
lighthouse keeper
fener bekçisi
magnet keeper
manyetik şönt
saloon keeper
wicket keeper
kriket topçusu
zoo keeper
hayvanat bahçesi bakıcısı
a keeper
bir kaleci
animal keeper
Hayvan bakıcısı
bee keeper
Arıcı, arıcılık yapan kişi
diary keeper
günlük tutan kimse
door keeper
Kapı kaleci
gate keeper
kapı kaleci
hotel keeper
Otel kaleci
shop keeper
Bkz. Shopkeeper
shop keeper
shop kaleci
stock keeper
stok kaleci
store keeper
mağaza kaleci
tavern keeper
The keeper of a public house, publican
tavern keeper
trapper keeper
Dosyaların konulduğu kapaklı kutu
warehouse keeper
depo memuru
cattle keeper
(Tarih) beylik çoban
hotel keeper
hotel keeper
otel işletmecisi
linen room keeper
(Turizm) çamaşırhane şefi
responsibility of hotel keeper
otelcinin mesuliyeti
store keeper
(Askeri) AMBAR MEMURU: Belirli bir depolama yerindeki işten sorumlu olan memur
ware keeper
(Ticaret) depo memuru
ware keeper
(Ticaret) antrepocu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A part of a mechanism that catches or retains another part, for example the part of a door lock that fits in the frame and receives the bolt
The player charged with guarding a goal or wicket. Short form of goalkeeper, wicketkeeper
A person charged with guarding or caring for, storing, or maintaining something; a custodian, a guard
A person who keeps something

Finders keepers; losers weepers.

Someone or something worth keeping

You can throw out all the blurry photos, but the one with her and her daughter is certainly a keeper.

An offensive play in which the quarterback runs toward the goal with the ball after it is snapped
{n} one who keeps, one who guards
-Synonymous with Strike Key Change-The combination of cuts in a key that enable it to operate the lock for which intended Key Plate-A small plate or escutcheon having only a keyhold Keyway-The aperture in lock cylinders that receives the key and closely engages with it throughout its length Kick Plate-A protective plate applied on the lower rail of the door to prevent the door from being marred Knob-A projecting handle for operating a lock Knob Shank-The projecting stem of a knob into which the spindle is fastened Knob Top-That part of the knob that the hand grasps Knuckle-The enlarged part of a hinge into which the pin is inserted
Individual who takes care of the operation of the light in a lighthouse along with it's maintenance (The head keeper is responsible for the operation of a light station )
Synonymous with Strike Key ChangeThe combination of cuts in a key that enable it to operate the lock for which intended Key PlateA small plate or escutcheon having only a keyhold KeywayThe aperture in lock cylinders that receives the key and closely engages with it throughout its length Kick PlateA protective plate applied on the lower rail of the door to prevent the door from being marred KnobA projecting handle for operating a lock Knob ShankThe projecting stem of a knob into which the spindle is fastened Knob TopThat part of the knob that the hand grasps KnuckleThe enlarged part of a hinge into which the pin is inserted
A parasite the Shadows and their servants use to control their slaves A Keeper is nurtured by a Drakh in his own body, until it is strong enough to be planted into a suitable victim The Keepers cannot be killed exept by killing their 'parent' Drakh; in every other case the parasite merely grows back In B5 history Keepers have been used to control at least Londo Mollari, David Sheridan and a member of the Mars Resistance known as John 'Captain Jack' Demeter
the keeper of attached property; one who saves from harm; a defender; a preserver
(c) A loop near the buckle of a strap to receive the end of the strap
Synonymous with Strike
A device that holds something in position such as an apex fitting on the helicopter cargo hook
A successfully executed shot
A soft iron piece temporarily added between the poles of a magnetic circuit to protect it from demagnetizing influences Also called a shunt No longer used with the current high coercive force materials in use today Kilogauss- (Kilo equals 1,000) One Kilogauss is equal to 1,000 Maxwells per square centimeter
Metal clasp (often brass or iron) used to hold two sections of a large dining table together
One who, or that which, keeps; one who, or that which, holds or has possession of anything
In football, the keeper is the same as the goalkeeper
The part of a locking arrangement that receives the plunger bolt Also called a strike
The metal latch plate in a door frame into which a doorknob plunger latches
Something worth keeping
A premium used to induce a consumer to take some action, such as completing a survey or trying a product
A fruit that keeps well; as, the Roxbury Russet is a good keeper
One who has the care, custody, or superintendence of anything; as, the keeper of a park, a pound, of sheep, of a gate, etc
Short for goalkeeper, the goalie
One who remains or keeps in a place or position
Normally a device into which a window or patio door locking latch hooks over for security
one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
{i} guard; guardian; owner of -; one who fulfills (promises, etc.); holder
Premium offered via direct mail as an incentive for the consumer to try a new product/service or to complete a questionnaire
someone in charge of other people; "am I my brother's keeper?"
A piece of soft iron that is placed on or between the poles of a magnet, decreasing the reluctance of the air gap and thereby reducing the flux leakage from the magnet
This refers to a stamped brass piece, mounted atop the transmission, on a Menominee oscillator, this piece would keep the oscillator knob from unscrewing when turned
A program designed to react to unusual circumstances The general idea is to simplify primitive objects by allowing externally specified policies in the form of keepers Capability architectures allow keepers to wield just the authority that they should Developed especially in Keykos and generally described here
One who retains in custody; one who has the care of a prison and the charge of prisoners
If you say that you are not someone's keeper, you mean that you are not responsible for what they do or for what happens to them. see also keep
A reversal capable of trapping araft for long periods Similar to butmore powerful than a stopper
A ring, strap, clamp, or any device for holding an object in place; as: (a) The box on a door jamb into which the bolt of a lock protrudes, when shot
A keeper at a zoo is a person who takes care of the animals
A storage variety
A premium offered in direct-mail marketing for accepting a free trail of the sale merchandise which is kept by the consumer even if the sale merchandise is returned Key Account A major customer, from the viewpoint of a manufacturer or distributor A major client of an advertising agency
someone in charge of other people; "am I my brother's keeper?
(b) A ring serving to keep another ring on the finger
In American football, a keeper is a play in which the quarterback keeps the ball
An officer appointed by the court to negotiate custody of money or property legally seized in connection with a pending case
plural form of Keeper
donkey keeper
A person who keeps donkeys
Alternative spelling of donkey keeper
goal keeper
A player allowed in the defensive goal third, including the shooting circle
A person who runs an inn
am I my brother's keeper?
words which symbolize unwillingness to accept responsibility for the welfare of others (said by Cain after killing his brother Abel)
bee keeper
one who keeps bees for producing honey
book keeper
financial manager, one who maintains financial records
brothel keeper
madam: a woman who runs a house of prostitution
proprietor of whorehouse, proprietor of a house of prostitution
bursar; person entrusted with keeping of money
diary keeper
person who keeps and writes in a diary, diarist
plural of keeper
lighthouse keeper
the keeper of a lighthouse
lock keeper
someone whose job is to open and close the gates of a lock on a canal
lock keeper
{i} worker who is in charge of a lock on a waterway (canal, river, channel, etc.), lockmaster
A lock-keeper is a person whose job is to be in charge of and maintain a lock or group of locks on a canal
orchard keeper
one who is charge of caring for a tree farm
park keeper
someone whose job is to look after a public park in British towns
A park-keeper is a person whose job is to look after a park
poultry keeper
one who manages a hen house, one who raises and cares for fowl
someone responsible for keeping records
saloon keeper
saloon owner, manager or owner of a tavern
saloon keeper
the proprietor of a saloon
wicket keeper
a player who stands behind the wicket in cricket
stands behind the wicket to catch balls
zoo keeper
the chief person responsible for a zoological garden
someone who looks after animals in a zoo