latch

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İngilizce - Türkçe
mandal

Tom mandalı tamir ediyor. - Tom is fixing the latch.

Tom kafesi kapattı ve onu mandalladı. - Tom shut the cage and latched it.

kapı mandalı
mandallanmak
kapı sürgüsü
ağızlık
ispanyolet
rezelemek
mandallamak
kilitlemek
{f} mandalla

Tom kafesi kapattı ve onu mandalladı. - Tom shut the cage and latched it.

kapı kilidi
{i} pencere kilidi
latchkey kapı mandalını açacak anahtar
mandallamak veya mandallanmak
mandal,v.mandalla: n.mandal
on the latch yalnız mandalla kapanmış
kapı anahtarı
{f} tutturmak
latch key child anne ve babası çalışan çocuk
{i} pencere mandalı
dil
mandal kilidi
latch on
çakozlamak
latch on
jetonu düşmek
latch on
(Fiili Deyim ) anlamak , kavramak , çakmak
latch on
(deyim) yeni fikirler benimsemek
latch on
(Dilbilim) bir konuyu kavramak
latch on
(deyim) zar zor anlamak
latch on
(Dilbilim) idrak etmek
latch on
yeni fikirler bulmak
latch on
yeni fikirler ortaya atmak
latch key
kapı anahtarı
latch on
anlamak
latch on
anla
latch on
uyanmak
latch onto
anla
latch onto
çakozlamak
latch onto
anlamak
latch needle
(Tekstil) kancalı iğne
latch onto sth
bir şeyi bulup buluşturmak
latch clamp
sürgü kilidi
latch clamp
kilit segmanı
latch cone
senkromeç dişi dişli
latch cone
dişi dişli
latch cotter
kapı kilit karşılığı
latch lock
yaylı mandallı kilit
latch on
(deyim) dikkat etmek,iyice dinlemek
latch on
(deyim) latch on to someone [kd] baglanmak,tutulmak,katilmak. latch on to sth
latch on
(deyim) anlamak,kavramak,çatmak
latch on (to someone)
birine bağlanmak
latch on to
{f} kavramak
latch on to
{f} anlamak
latch on to
{f} benimsemek
latch on to
{f} asılı durmak
latch on to something
bir şeye bağlanmak
latch onto
{k} -e takılmak, sık sık ... ile beraber olmak
latch onto
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- elde etmek , ele geçirmek 2- -a bağlanmak , -a tutulmak
latch onto
{k} -i elde etmek/bulmak/almak
latch roller
senkromeç sürgüsü
latching
mandal
lift latch
kalkar mandal
night latch
(İnşaat) yale kilidi
axle latch
aks tespit mandalı
knob latch
topuzlu mandal
night latch
gece kilidi
thumb latch
mandal
hood latch
kaput mandalı
latching
kilitlemeli
quick release latch
Hızlı açılan mandal
the latch string is always out
(deyim) (Misafirperverlik anlatır) Sana/size kapımız her zaman açık
the latch string is out
(deyim) (Misafirperverlik anlatır) Sana/size kapımız her zaman açık
ball latch
bilyeli mandal
bobbin winder stop latch
(Tekstil) masura sarma durdurucusu
cylinder latch
(Avcılık) top dönü kilidi
doffer latch
(Tekstil) iğ kancası
doffer latch
ığ kancası
door latch
kapı kilidi
fasten with latch
mandallamak
gate latch
bahçe kapısı mandalı
magazine latch
(Avcılık) şarjör mandalı
on the latch
kapalı ama kilitlenmemiş
roller latch
makaradilli çarpma
safety latch
güvenlik sürgüsü
safety latch
emniyet kilidi
thumb latch
parmak baskılı mandal
İngilizce - İngilizce
A latching
A flip-flop electronic circuit
To close or lock as if with a latch
A crossbow
A fastening for a door that has a bar that fits into a notch or slot, and is lifted by a lever or string from either side

The cleverly constructed latch which Clayton had made for the door had sprung as Kerchak passed out; nor could the apes find means of ingress through the heavily barred windows.

To catch so as to hold
{v} to fasten with a latch
{n} a catch for a door
A beveled metal tongue operated by a spring loaded knob or lever The tongue's bevel lets you close the door and engage the locking mechanism, if any, without using a key Contrasts with dead bolt
A mechanism that holds a door shut; does not lock
The type of product with one bolt only, the bevelled springbolt or roller bolt, to latch or fasten the door, but not capable of being locked
catch for fastening a door or gate; a bar that can be lowered or slid into a groove spring-loaded doorlock that can only be opened from the outside with a key fasten with a latch; "latch the door
catch for fastening a door or gate; a bar that can be lowered or slid into a groove
The simplest type of flip-flop, consisting of two cross-coupled NAND or NOR latches
(Performance Tuning Guide and Reference) [definition #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
A mechanical device used to position the door in a closed state relative to the vehicle body with provisions for controlled release or operation
An internal lock held for a short time to ensure the consistency of internal shared data structures
A device that fastens one thing to another, as a rocket to a launcher, but is subject to ready release so that the things may be separated
usually a 'locking mechanism' which prevents a frame from collapsing while in use, but could also refer to a catch which might hold a seat back up (or release it) or allow other adjustments
To smear; to anoint
the device provided at one or both ends of a swing span to hold it in its correct alignment when closed and in readiness for the end wedges or lifts
to get a hold of, lock
A latch is an internal Oracle mechanism used to protect data structures in the SGA from simultaneous access Atomic hardware instructions like TEST-AND-SET are used to implement latches Latches are more restrictive than locks in that they are always exclusive Latches are never queued, but will spin or sleep until it obtains a resource or times out Latches are important for performance tuning
To catch or fasten by means of a latch
spring-loaded doorlock that can only be opened from the outside with a key
Device for automatically retaining door in closed position upon its closing Requires actuation to retract its bolt DEADLATCH: A latch in which the latchbolt is positively held in projected position by an auxiliary mechanism
That which fastens or holds; a lace; a snare
If you latch a door or gate, you fasten it by means of a latch. He latched the door, tested it, and turned around to speak to Frank. to fasten a door, gate, or window with a latch latch on to understand
{f} shut by means of a latch; lock, bolt; fasten
A door fastening device having no locking function
{i} device which fastens a door or gate; lock; fastener; digital logic circuit used to store one or more bits (Electronics), anti-concurrent block (Computers)
(n ) A way to maintain an on or off or true or false state using a circuit
The latch is the part of the door hardware that moves with the turn of a knob or lever It slides into the latch plate attached to the door jamb, and holds the door shut or opens it
(Performance Tuning Guide and Reference; search in this book) [definition #2] (Getting Started for Windows; search in this book) [definition #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration; search in this book) [definition #4] (Real Application Clusters Concepts; search in this book)
A latch is a lock on a door which locks automatically when you shut the door, so that you need a key in order to open it from the outside. a key clicked in the latch of the front door
fasten with a latch; "latch the door"
A latch is a fastening on a door or gate. It consists of a metal bar which you lift in order to open the door. You left the latch off the gate and the dog escaped
= LISTofKEYSYM Specifies keysyms that are treated as latching, with a release that is delayed until the next key is released By default, the Mode_switch key is latched
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A device for holding a lifter in the open or closed position
A movable piece which holds anything in place by entering a notch or cavity; specifically, the catch which holds a door or gate when closed, though it be not bolted
latch onto
To obtain, acquire or get and keep hold of something

They latched onto the idea and gave it up only reluctantly.

latch-key child
A child who returns home from school to an empty house and therefore must unlock/unlatch the exterior door with a key, especially a child of working or absent parent(s)
latch-key children
plural form of latch-key child
latch string is always out
(Ev ile ilgili) you are always welcome

No need to call before you come over. For you folks, the latch string is always out.

latch string
(deyim) A string that opens an old-fashioned door by lifting a small bar
latch string
(deyim) A warm welcome; a friendly greeting. Used in such phrases as "the latch string is out."
latch-up
(Elektrik, Elektronik) See: latchup
latch on
adopt; "take up new ideas"
latch on
understand, usually after some initial difficulty; "She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"
latch on to
{f} obtain, gain; comprehend, understand, catch on; join with, attach oneself to
latch onto
If someone latches onto a person or an idea or latches on, they become very interested in the person or idea, often finding them so useful that they do not want to leave them. Rob had latched onto me. He followed me around, sat beside me at lunch, and usually ended up working with me Other trades have been quick to latch on
latch onto
If one thing latches onto another, or if it latches on, it attaches itself to it and becomes part of it. These are substances which specifically latch onto the protein on the cell membrane
latching
A loop or eye formed on the head rope of a bonnet, by which it is attached to the foot of a sail
latching
Present participle of latch
on the latch
closed but not locked; may be opened by operating the latch
the latch string is out
(deyim) A warm welcome; a friendly greeting. Used in such phrases as "the latch string is out."

Mary has her latch siring out for everyone who comes.

door latch
spring-loaded doorlock that can only be opened from the outside with a key
hood latch
a catch that holds the hood of a car shut
latched
Past tense of to latch
latched
firmly fastened or secured against opening; "windows and doors were all fast"; "a locked closet"; "left the house properly secured"
latches
third-person singular of latch
latches
undue delay or negligence in asserting one's legal rights, possibly leading to estoppel of negligent party suit
latches
plural of latch
latching
A loop or eye formed on the head rope of a bonnet, by which it is attached to the foot of a sail; called also latch and lasket
latching
lasket
latching
{i} act of closing and fastening by means of a latch; loop by which a bonnet is attached to the foot of a sail (Nautical)
latching
{s} locking, closing, fastening
night latch
doorlock operated by a knob on the inside and a key on the outside
night latch
A spring lock that can be opened from the inside by turning a knob but from the outside only with a key
safety latch
safety lock, lock to prevent accidental use
latch