knot

listen to the pronunciation of knot
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ilmik
{i} ilmek
düğüm

Tom düğümü çözerken bıçağı dişlerinin arasında tuttu. - Tom held the knife between his teeth as he untied the knot.

Bazı düğümleri nasıl bağlayacağımı Tom'a gösterdim. - I showed Tom how to tie some knots.

{i} bağ

Ben çok iyi bir fiyonk bağlayamam. - I can't tie a very good knot.

Tom ipi güvenli bir biçimde bağladı. - Tom knotted the rope securely.

{i} budak
(Marangozluk) budak yeri
{f} bağlamak
karmakarışık etmek
nat
düğümle bağlamak
büyük kumkuşu
saatte bir deniz mili
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kızılbacak
güçlük
düğüm atmak
türküm
insan kümesi
deniz mili
düğümlemek
düğüm,v.düğümle: n.düğüm
karmakanşık etmek
{i} fiyonk

Ben çok iyi bir fiyonk bağlayamam. - I can't tie a very good knot.

grup
{i} rabıta, bağ
{i} topluluk
{i} den. deniz mili: twenty knots saatte yirmi mil
{f} dolaştırmak
(Askeri) DENİZ MİLİ: Saatte deniz mili cinsinden sürat ölçü birimi. Bak. "nautical mile" ve "sea mile"
{i} gemi sürat ölçüsü
{i} küme
{i} boğum
{i} yumru

Sırtım yumrularla dolu. - My back is full of knots.

{f} --ted
{f} karıştırmak
saçaklık düğüm yapmak
{i} kanut kuşu
düğüm olmak
{i} sorun
budaklanmak
bağla/düğümle
bağ/grup/budak/düğüm
düğüm halinde bağlamak
{f} dolaşmak
zorluk
hız birimi
topuz (saç)
(Madencilik) knot
ukde
knot that can't be untied
kördüğüm
knot theory
düğüm teorisi
knot cluster
budak kümesi
knot in my stomach
midemde bir düğüm var
knot work
düğüm işi
knot(s)
düğüm (ler)
knot breaking load
(Tekstil) düğüm kopma mukavemeti
knot disease
(Denizbilim) düğüm hasatalığı
knot hole
(Çevre) budak deliği
knot net
(Denizbilim) düğümlü ağ
knotted
{s} karışık
square knot
(Askeri) camadan bağı

Tom Mary'ye camadan bağını nasıl bağlayacağını gösterdi. - Tom showed Mary how to tie a square knot.

bowline knot
ızbarço
reef knot
(Askeri) camadan düğümü
tie a knot
düğüm atmak
cut the Gordian knot
sorunu çözmek
cut the Gordian knot
düğümü çözmek
eyelet knot
matafyon bağı
gordian knot
kördüğüm

Ünlü kördüğüm bir kılıç darbesi ile kesildi. - The famous Gordian Knot was cut with a sword blow.

Ünlü Gordion kördüğümü bir kılıçla kesildi. - The famous Gordian Knot was cut with a sword.

granny knot
acemice düğüm
knotted
{f} düğümle

Tom ipi güvenli bir biçimde düğümledi. - Tom knotted the rope securely.

large knot
büyük budak
loop knot
ilmek düğümü
loose knot
gevşek budak
slip knot
ilmek
slip knot
hareketli düğüm
spike knot
uzun budak
spike knot
boylama budak
cut the gordian knot
(deyim) İçinden çıkılmaz bir müşkülü, çetrefilli bir hâli olağanüstü bir şekilde halletmek
cut the gordion knot
Gordion düğümü kesip
double knot
çift düğüm
encased knot
kabuklu budak
gordian knot
(deyim) İçinden çıkılmaz bir müşkül, çetrefilli bir hâl, kördüğüm, büyük sorun
gordion knot
Gordion düğümü
granny knot
gevşek düğüm
knotted
düğümlenmiş
out the gordian knot
Gordian Knot dışarı
root knot
kök düğüm
shroud knot
çarmık cevizi
sound knot
çıkmaz budak
tie a knot
Bir düğüm
tie the knot
Evlenmek
tied the knot
evlenmek
cut the Gordian knot
son anda çözüm bularak kurtulmak
cut the Gordian knot
yırtmak
cut the Gordian knot
paçayı sıyırmak
dead knot
ayrık budak
dead knot
ölü budak
grannie knot
gevşek düğüm
kiloton(s); knot (nautical miles per hour)
(Askeri) kiloton; deniz mili (deniz mili / saat)
knots
(Tekstil) atkı hatası
knotted
{s} çetrefilli
knotted
{s} budaklı
knotted
{s} düğümlü
knotting
(Tekstil) ilmik bağlama
knotting
budaklanma
large knot
(Çevre) iri budak
large knot
(Çevre) geniş budak
loose knot
çıkar budak
pin knot
küçük budak
pin knot
kedigözü budak
pith knot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) delikli budak
pith knot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) özlü budak
reef knot
camadan bağı
reef knot
gemici düğümü
rotten knot
çıkar budak
rotten knot
çürük budak
running knot
kement düğümü
running knot
kanar budak
running knot
gemici düğümü
running knot  
ilmik  
sailor's knot
gemici düğümü
sword knot
kılıç püskülü
thumb knot
ilmek
tie the knot
{k} nikâhla bağlanmak
tying a knot
düğüm atma
unsound knot
çürük budak
untie a knot
düğüm açmak
untie a knot
düğüm çözmek
weaver's knot
(Tekstil) dokumacı düğümü
Türkçe - Türkçe
Deniz mili
İngilizce - İngilizce
The whorl left in lumber by the base of a branch growing out of the tree's trunk

When preparing to tell stories at a campfire, I like to set aside a pile of pine logs with lots of knots, since they burn brighter and make dramatic pops and cracks.

A nautical mile
To form into a knot; tie with (a) knot(s)

We knotted the ends of the rope to keep it from unravelling.

To form wrinkles in the forehead, as a sign of concentration, concern, surprise, etc

She knotted her brow in concentration while attempting to unravel the tangled strands.

A maze-like pattern
Local swelling in a tissue area, especially skin, often due to injury

Jeremy had a knot on his head where he had bumped it on the bedframe.

A tangled clump

The nurse was brushing knots from the protesting child's hair.

A group of people or things

He pushed through knots of whalemen grouped with their families and friends, and surrounded by piles of luggage.

Either of two species of small wading birds, the red knot (Calidris canutus) and the great knot (Calidris tenuirostris)
A closed curve that is an abstraction of a knot (in sense 1 above)
A difficult situation

I got into a knot when I inadvertently insulted the policeman.

A unit of speed, equal to one nautical mile per hour

Cedric claimed his beat-up old yacht could make 20 knots, if he would just make a few repairs, but we figured he was pulling our leg.

A looping of a piece of string or of any other long, flexible material that cannot be untangled without passing one or both ends of the material through its loops

Climbers must make sure that all knots are both secure and of types that will not weaken the rope.

{v} to make knots, tie, fasten, form buds
{n} part tied, hard place in wood, bond, a division of the log-line, as five knots an hour is five miles an hour
A portion of a branch of a tree that forms a mass of woody fiber running at an angle with the grain of the main stock and making a hard place in the timber
make into knots; make knots out of; "She knotted der fingers"
Speed measured in nautical miles per hour
To tie in or with, or form into, a knot or knots; to form a knot on, as a rope; to entangle
A measure of speed It is one nautical mile per hour Never refer to "knots per hour" unless you want to describe acceleration A nautical mile is one minute of one degree of latitude and is slightly longer than the ordinary, or statute, mile used in the United States To convert nautical miles to miles or knots to miles per hour, multiply by 1 15 To convert miles to nautical miles or miles per hour to knots, divide by 1 15
If you say that two people tie the knot, you mean that they get married. Len tied the knot with Kate five years ago. Either of two migratory sandpipers (Calidris canutus or C. tenuirostris) that breed in Arctic regions. In cording, the interlacement of parts of one or more ropes, cords, or other pliable materials, commonly used to bind objects together. Knots have existed from the time humans first used vines and cordlike fibers to bind stone heads to wood in primitive axes, and were also used in the making of nets and traps. Knot making became sophisticated when it began to be used in the ropes, or rigging, that controlled the sails of early sailing vessels, and thus became the province of sailors. Knots are still depended on by campers and hikers, mountaineers, fishermen, and weavers, among others
tangle or complicate; "a ravelled story"
speed of one nautical mile (1 15 miles) per hour
To copulate; said of toads
The number of knots which run off from the reel in half a minute, therefore, shows the number of miles the vessel sails in an hour
A unit of speed equal to one nautical mile per hour 1 knot = 1 n mile/h = 1 852 km/h
A loose knot is generally the remains of a dead branch of a tree covered by later woody growth
A division of the log line, serving to measure the rate of the vessel's motion
Unit of speed (1 nautical mile per hour)
{f} tie; make knots; unite; fasten; entangle
If part of your face or your muscles knot, they become tense, usually because you are worried or angry. His forehead knotted in a frown. his knotted muscles
A bond of union; a connection; a tie
A nautical unit of wind speed equal to the velocity at which one nautical mile is traveled in one hour Used primarily by marine interests and in weather observations 1 knot = 1 151 statute miles per hour
A speed unit of 1 international nautical mile (1,852 0 meters or 6,076 115,49 international feet) per hour
One nautical mile per hour (1 15 mph)
The whorl left in lumber by the base of a branch growing out of the trees trunk
as at the end, by tying or interweaving it upon itself
A nautical unit of speed equal to the velocity at which one nautical mile is traveled in one hour Used primarily by marine interests and in weather observations A knot is equivalent to 1 151 statute miles per hour or 1 852 kilometers per hour
A nautical mile, or 6080
27 feet; as, when a ship goes eight miles an hour, her speed is said to be eight knots
something twisted and tight and swollen; "their muscles stood out in knots"; "the old man's fists were two great gnarls"; "his stomach was in knots"
make into knots; make knots out of; "She knotted der fingers
A fastening together of the pars or ends of one or more threads, cords, ropes, etc
(1)The hard, irregular shaped defects in boards, caused by cutting at the point where the branch of the tree meets the trunk (2) A measure of speed, equal to one nautical mile (approximately 6,076 ft ) per hour BACK TO TOP
An ornamental tie, as of a ribbon
Rate of motion equal to 1 nautical mile per hour (about 1 15 miles per hour)
A nautical unit of speed of one nautical mile (1852 m) per hour The name is derived from the knots in a log line
The point on which the action of a story depends; the gist of a matter
a wind speed of one nautical mile per hour
If you tie a knot in a piece of string, rope, cloth, or other material, you pass one end or part of it through a loop and pull it tight. One lace had broken and been tied in a knot
See Shoulder knot
tie or fasten into a knot; "knot the shoelaces"
a sandpiper that breeds in the arctic and winters in the southern hemisphere
a unit of length used in navigation; equivalent to the distance spanned by one minute of arc in latitude; 1,852 meters
To entangle or perplex; to puzzle
One nautical mile per hour
To form into a knot
To knit knots for fringe or trimming
If you knot a piece of string, rope, cloth, or other material, you pass one end or part of it through a loop and pull it tight. He knotted the laces securely together He knotted the bandanna around his neck. a knotted rope
soft lump or unevenness in a yarn; either an imperfection or created by design
One nautical mile per hour (6,080 2 ft) as compared to land mile of 5,280 ft
A nautical mile per hour, 1 1508 statute miles per hour
If you tie yourself in knots, you get very confused and anxious. The press agent tied himself in knots trying to apologise
If your stomach knots or if something knots it, it feels tight because you are afraid or excited. I felt my stomach knot with apprehension The old dread knotted her stomach
a sandpiper that breeds in the arctic and winters in the southern hemisphere any of various fastenings formed by looping and tying a rope (or cord) upon itself or to another rope or to another object a tight cluster of people or things; "a small knot of women listened to his sermon"
the nautical measure of speed, one knot being a speed of one nautical mile (6,080 feet) per hour As a measure of speed the term is always knots, and never knots an hour
any of various fastenings formed by looping and tying a rope (or cord) upon itself or to another rope or to another object
A figure the lines of which are interlaced or intricately interwoven, as in embroidery, gardening, etc
A kind of epaulet
A speed of 1 nautical mile per hour (abbreviated kt) A speed of 1 nautical mph (1 knot) is equal to 1 15 mph or 1 85 kph This is commonly used in navigation and meteorology
knot diagram
A representation in the plane of a knot, with no triple points
knot span
The range of parameter values between two successive knots in a spline
knot theory
A branch of topology related to knots
Fintushel-Stern knot
The three-tangle pretzel knot with two right-handed twists in its first tangle, three left-handed ones in its second, and seven left-handed ones in its third
Gordian knot
The legendary knot tied to a pole near the temple of Zeus in Gordium
Gordian knot
Any intricate and complex problem
Grecian knot
A way of knotting up a woman's hair in imitation of the ancient Greek style
Psyche knot
A Grecian knot

Why, really, he drove all the ladies to wearing those odious Psyche knots.

Windsor knot
A wide triangular knot of a particular sort in a necktie
alternating knot
A knot that has a knot diagram in which, in traveling along the knot, one passes through intersections alternatingly: over, under, over, under, etc
binding knot
A knot that may be used to keep an object or multiple loose objects together, using a string or a rope that passes at least once around them
get one's knickers in a knot
Alternative form of get one's knickers in a bunch
get one's shorts in a knot
Alternative form of get one's knickers in a twist
granny knot
A knot similar to the reef knot but crossed the opposite way
human knot
A puzzle in which a group of people form a circle and hold hands with others in the circle, and disentangle themselves
knotted
Simple past tense and past participle of knot

I get all knotted up when I see a traffic accident.

overhand knot
A particular, very simple knot, used e.g. to prevent the end of a rope from unraveling, and as part of other knots
pretzel knot
A pretzel link which is a knot
red knot
A species of wading bird
reef knot
A square knot used to securely tie two pieces of rope together, or to reef sails
running knot
A slip knot
slip knot
A knot which attaches a line to the middle of another, allowing it to slide
slip knot
A knot which attaches a line to an object and tightens when pressure is applied. Also called a running knot
square knot
A common binding knot
stopper knot
A knot placed in a rope either to prevent the end from fraying, or to prevent it from passing through a hole
surgeon's knot
A knot derived from the reef knot commonly used by surgeons
thumb knot
An overhand knot
tie the knot
To marry, wed, get married

After the 20-year-old mechanic tied the knot with his 18-year-old cousin, the newlyweds headed to Baghdad's Ishtar Hotel.

true lover's knot
Any of various knots (for string or the like) having some symmetry
true lover's knot
A particular species of moth
true lover's knot
A particular knot of eight crossings
true-love-knot
a bracelet which partners both wear to show their love

As in a stupor, forging headlong forward she was overtaken in the vicinity of Valopolis by the evening voiture of Madame Mimosa, the lady's monogram, Kiki, wreathed in true-love-knots, emblazoning triply the doors and rear.

knotted
{a} full of knots, hard, difficult
cut the gordian knot
(deyim) Solve a difficult problem in a direct or forceful way
cut the gordion knot
(deyim) See cut the gordian knot
gordian knot
(deyim) 1. The Gordian Knot is a legend associated with Alexander the Great. It is often used as a metaphor for an intractable problem, solved by a bold stroke ("cutting the Gordian knot"). 2. (in phr. cut the Gordian knot) solve a difficult problem in a direct or forceful way
gordion knot
(deyim) See gordian knot
root knot
A disease of plants characterized by protuberant enlargements on the roots caused by a nematode
tie the knot
Get married

When are you planning to get married? - When are you planning to tie the knot?

Fisherman's knot
{i} practical knot for tying together two ropes of identical thickness
French knot
n. A decorative embroidery stitch made by looping the thread two or more times around the needle, which is then inserted into the fabric
Gordian knot
{i} intricate knot tied by King Gordius of Phrygia which was only to be untied by the future king of Asia (Greek Mythology); difficult or complex problem, seemingly unsolvable problem
Gordian knot
cut/untie the Gordian knot to quickly solve a difficult problem by determined action (From a complicated knot tied by Gordius, king of ancient Phrygia, which Alexander the Great cut through with his sword)
Knotted
knarled
Knotted
nodated
The knot
maybird
The knot
silverback
Windsor knot
A wide, triangular slipknot used to tie a four-in-hand necktie
a knot
tye
barrel knot
a knot used for tying fishing leaders together; the ends of the two leaders are wrapped around each other two or three times
black knot
A disease of the plum, the cherry, and related plants caused by the fungus Apiosporina morbosa and resulting in black knotlike swellings on the branches
black knot
disease of plum and cherry trees characterized by black excrescences on the branches
blood knot
barrel knot: a knot used for tying fishing leaders together; the ends of the two leaders are wrapped around each other two or three times
clytie knot
Watts
clytie knot
In hair dressing, a loose, low coil at the back of the head, like the knot on the head of the bust of Clytie by G
cuckolds knot
A hitch or knot, by which a rope is secured to a spar, the two parts of the rope being crossed and seized together; called also cuckold's neck
cut the Gordian knot
find an easy way out of difficulty
fisherman's knot
n. A knot used to join two lines, made by securing either end to the opposite standing part by an overhand knot
fisherman's knot
a knot for tying the ends of two lines together
fisherman`s knot
type of knot
french knot
stitch made by looping the thread several times around the needle before inserting it into the fabric
gordian knot
an intricate knot tied by Gordius, the king of Phrygia, and cut by the sword of Alexander the Great after he heard that whoever undid it would become ruler of Asia any very difficult problem; insoluble in its own terms
gordian knot
A great difficulty Gordius, a peasant, being chosen king of Phrygia, dedicated his waggon to Jupiter, and fastened the yoke to a beam with a rope of bark so ingeniously that no one could untie it Alexander was told that "whoever undid the knot would reign over the whole East " "Well then," said the conqueror, "it is thus I perform the task," and, so saying, he cut the knot in twain with his sword
gordian knot
Intricate knot tied by Gorius, king of Gorduim in Phyrgia; an oracle declared that whoever loosened it should rule Asia Alexander the Great, unable to undo it, cut it with his sword; hence, a difficult problem or task 'cut the Gordian knot' means to solve problem by force or by evading conditions An expression sometimes used by judges, e g Viscount Dilhorne in Davis v Johnson
gordian knot
any very difficult problem; insoluble in its own terms
gordian knot
1 An exceedingly complicated problem or deadlock 2 An intricate knot tied by King Gordius of Phrygia and cut by Alexander the Great with his sword after hearing an oracle promise that whoever could undo it would be the next ruler of Asia
granny knot
a reef knot crossed the wrong way and therefore insecure
granny knot
n. A knot resembling a square knot but with the second tie crossed incorrectly. a knot that is like a reef knot but is tied wrongly so that it is not firm
hitch knot
type of knot, type of noose
knots
Dark blemishes in the lumber as a result of branches growing from the tree trunk
knots
Third-person singular simple present of to knot
knots
The points at which the segments that comprise curves or surfaces meet
knots
Nautical miles per hour (One knot equals 1 22 miles per hour)
knots
The remains of branches in timber A branch sawn off close to the trunk or shed naturally forms a sound or live knot A broken branch stub which becomes surrounded by new growth produces a loose or dead knot in the timber
knots
A unit of speed of one nautical mile (nm) per hour
knots
- a measure of speed It is one nautical mile per hour Never refer to "knots per hour" unless you want to describe acceleration A nautical mile is one minute of one degree of longitude and is slightly longer than the ordinary, or statute, mile used in the United States To convert nautical miles to miles or knots to miles per hour, multiply by 1 15 To convert miles to nautical miles or miles per hour to knots, divide by 1 15
knots
branches that a tree has grown around or over
knots
Plural of knot
knots
A measurement of speed, usually used for wind speed and how fast one is travelling
knots
A portion of a branch or limb that has become incorporated in a piece of lumber
knotted
past of knot
knotted
Entangled; puzzling; knotty
knotted
Having intersecting lines or figures
knotted
tied with a knot; "his carefully knotted necktie" tangled in knots or snarls; "a mass of knotted string"; "snarled thread
knotted
tangled in knots or snarls; "a mass of knotted string"; "snarled thread
knotted
tied with a knot; "his carefully knotted necktie"
knotted
Characterized by small, detached points, chiefly composed of mica, less decomposable than the mass of the rock, and forming knots in relief on the weathered surface; as, knotted rocks
knotted
Interwoven; matted; entangled
knotted
Full of knots; having knots; knurled; as, a knotted cord; the knotted oak
knotted
{s} gnarled, entangled; intricate, complicated
knotted
used of old persons or old trees; covered with knobs or knots; "gnarled and knotted hands"; "a knobbed stick"
knotted
tangled in knots or snarls; "a mass of knotted string"; "snarled thread"
knotter
{i} person who ties knots; one who removes knots; thing that ties knots; thing that takes out or removes knots; device that ties knots in thread during the process of making yarn
knotting
are small knots tied between each pearl in a strand to prevent the loss of pearls if the necklace breaks Knotting usually adds from 2½ to 6cm to a necklace
knotting
A sealer used to cover knots in woodwork, preventing resin from oozing out and spoiling the finish
loop knot
any of various knots used to make a fixed loop in a rope
love knot
a stylized knot used as an emblem of love
love knot
A stylized knot regarded as a symbol of the constancy of two lovers. Also called lovers' knot, true lovers' knot
marriage knot
marital bond, ties of marriage
nautical knot
unit of measurement for speed of ships and boats
overhand knot
a simple small knot (often used as part of other knots)
overhand knot
n. A knot formed by making a loop in a piece of cord and pulling the end through it. Also called single knot
pine knot
a joint of pine wood used for fuel
prolonge knot
a knot in the rope used to drag a gun carriage
reef knot
A square knot used in reefing sails. a double knot that cannot come undone easily American Equivalent: square knot
reef knot
a square knot used in a reef line
sailor's knot
type of knot commonly used in boating
slide knot
type of noose, type of know that can be tightened by sliding the loops of rope
square knot
n. A common double knot in which the loose ends are parallel to the standing parts, most often used to join the ends of two cords or lines. a type of knot that will not come undone easily
square knot
type of knot, type of noose
square knot
a double knot made of two half hitches and used to join the ends of two cords
stopper knot
a knot that prevents a rope from passing through a hole
surgeon's knot
any of several knots used in tying stitches or ligatures
sword knot
A decorative loop or tassel attached to the hilt of a sword
sword knot
an ornamental tassel on the hilt of a sword
tie the knot
get married, be wed
tightened the knot
made the knot more secure, made the knot tighter
weaver's knot
{i} sheet bend, knot used to temporarily tie one rope through the loop of another
wedding knot
connection of marriage, bond of marriage
windsor knot
a wide triangular slipknot for tying a tie
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Madencilik) knot
knots
knot