liner

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İngilizce - Türkçe
büyük uçak
kaplama maddesi
kaplamacı
(Askeri,Ticaret) büyük yolcu gemisi
layner
bağa
kovan
(İnşaat) üst dolgu
(Otomotiv) pul
gemi şirketi gemisi
astar
çöp torbası
(Askeri) HAVA ÖNLEMESİNDE "AZAMİ SEYRÜSEFER MENZİLİNİ SAĞLAYAN HIZDA UÇ" ANLAMINA GELEN BİR KOD
{i} zıvana
yolcu uçağı
{i} yolcu gemisi

Yolcu gemisi Hong Kong'a uğradı. - The liner called at Hong Kong.

astar/kalem/gemi
vapur şirketine ait gemi
astar takan kimse
çizgiler meydana getiren kimse veya şey
gömlek
kaplama
(Askeri) gemi

Yolcu gemisi Hong Kong'a uğradı. - The liner called at Hong Kong.

silindir gömleği
liner trade
layner ticareti
liner shipping
layner taşımacılığı
liner height
gömlek faturası
liner plate
ayar levhası
liner ring
gömlek halkası
liner service
(Ticaret) liner servis
liner shim
gömlek pimi
liner terms
(Ticaret) layner hükümler
liner terms
(Ticaret) layner şartları
liner wall
layner duvarı
liner wall
silindir gömleği duvarı
eyebrow liner
(Arkeoloji) Kaşları makyajlamak için kullanılan kalem, kaş kalemi
hard liner
ödün vermeyen kimse
door liner
Kapı çerçevesi
cylinder liner
silindir gömleği
cylinder liner air port
silindir gömleği hava deliği
atlantic liner
Okyanus aşırı hat gemisi
clay liner
kıl astar
cruise liner
Büyük gezi gemisi
fender liner
çamurluk astar
jet liner
jet yolcu uçağı
one liner
bir astar
one-liner
Nükte, hazırcevap şekilde verilen karşılık
pan liner
astar pan
pit liner
(İnşaat) İnşaat çukuru kaplaması
waterproof liner
su geçirmez astar
wet cylinder liner
ıslak silindir gömleği
wet liner
yaş gömlek
chimney liner
(İnşaat) baca kılıfı
chimney liner
(İnşaat) baca kaplaması
cylinder liner
(İnşaat) silindir gömleği D
eye liner
sürme
flue liner
(İnşaat,Teknik) baca kaplaması
flue liner
(İnşaat,Teknik) baca kılıfı
hard liner
boyun eğmez tip
heel liner
topuk astarı (ayakkabı)
helmet liner
(Askeri) iç başlık
helmet liner
(Askeri) İÇ BAŞLIK: Çelik başlığın içine konan ve başa göre ayarlamak için bir kayışı bulunan, plastik veya fiberden yapılmış, ikinci bir başlık. Buna (removal liner) da denir
inner liner
(Otomotiv) iç astar
liners
(Askeri) muntazam seferli gemiler
ocean liner
okyanus gemisi
overhead liner
(İnşaat) hava hattı
penny a liner
kötü yazar
penny a liner
kalitesiz yazar
puller for cylinder liner
gömlek çekiştirmesi
pump liner
pompa gömleği
removal liner
(Askeri) İÇ BAŞLIK: Bak. "helmet liner"
sky liner
dev uçak
sky liner
büyük yolcu uçağı
upper timber liner
üst dolgu çıtası
wet liner
ıslak silindir gömleği
wheelhouse liner
(Otomotiv) tekerlek yuvası kaplaması
Türkçe - Türkçe
Matematikte doğrusal anlamında kullanılan terim
LİNER
(Hukuk) Belli limanlar arasında düzenli seferler yapan gemi,Kırk am bar sözleşmesi genllikle bu tür gemiler için söz konusudur
İngilizce - İngilizce
a ship of the line
A removable cover or lining

I threw out the trash can liner.

The pamphlet which is contained inside an album of music or movie

Does it have the lyrics in the liner notes?.

Someone who fits a lining to something
A line drive

The liner glanced off the pitcher's foot.

Inside slang for a basic salesperson
A large passenger-carrying ship, especially one on a regular route; an ocean liner
a vessel belonging to a steamship-line
a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment
> A commercial ship that carries passengers on a regular route Famous liners were the Normandie, Queen Marie and the Titanic, to mention a few Christie's sales generally feature items of assorted ephemera from these and other great liners, including photographs, crockery, souvenirs and naval instruments
a shim
The strip of wood glued around the inside of the case of an instrument to support the soundboard
Barrier designed to prevent the leaching of contents from a landfill Commonly comprised of plastic or dense clay
A structure of natural clay or manufactured material, which serves as an impermeable barrier between the clean soils and the contaminated material stored in the liner
A barrier used to separate the waste in a lagoon from the ground surrounding it Clay liners are common Synthetic liners may be required when soil is especially porous (see lagoon)
{i} person or thing which makes lines; airplane or ship which is run by a transportation company; eye pencil, eyeliner; one who puts in linings; lining of a garment
- packaging that is used to consolidate solid, dry LLRW that will eventually be placed inside cask for shipping
a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule) a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment
1) A relatively impermeable barrier designed to keep leachate inside a landfill Liner materials include plastic and dense clay 2) An insert or sleeve for sewer pipes to prevent leakage or infiltration
A slab on which small pieces of marble, tile, etc
Shaped to produce continuous lines without reloading, it offers great control for architectural renderings and lettering
A vessel belonging to a regular line of packets; also, a line-of-battle ship; a ship of the line
Impermeable material designed to hold water in the container Example: Landfill; plastic liner used in hog lagoons
A relatively impermeable barrier designed to prevent leachate from leaking into the soil below or next to a landfill Liner materials include plastic and dense clay
(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter; "the batter hit a liner to the shortstop"
Low-Ionization Nuclear Emission-line Region, gaseous regions common in the centers of many kinds of galaxies Some of these have been shown to be low-luminosity active galactic nuclei, perhaps an extension of Seyfert activity to the lowest levels and implying that the whole phenomenon of nuclear activity occurs in a significant fraction of bright galaxies
- A disk of paper, cork, foam, plastic, etc , retained in a closure to provide a flexible barrier between the closure and the sealing surface of the container
a protective layer, made of soil and/or synthetic materials, installed along the bottom and sides of a landfill to prevent or reduce the flow of leachate into the environment
a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)
A lining within the cylinder, in which the piston works and between which and the outer shell of the cylinder a space is left to form a steam jacket
A thick plastic sheet, encased in a sandwich of other materials, which is placed on the ground before any garbage is placed, to prevent leachate from seeping into the ground
Inner part of a skate boot that cushions and supports the foot and ankle
A liner is a large ship in which people travel long distances, especially on holiday. luxury ocean liners. see also bin liner
Coated paper used as a backing for mint self-adhesive stamps The liner allows the release of the stamp, which may then be applied with pressure to envelope paper
A thin piece placed between two parts to hold or adjust them, fill a space, etc
Filter parts that provide protection and support for the filter media (070)
Derived from the term "line traffic," which denotes operation along definite routes on the basis of definite, fixed schedules A liner thus is a vessel that engages in this kind of transportation, which usually involves the haulage of general cargo as distinct from bulk cargo
A relatively impermeable barrier designed to keep leachate inside a landfill Liner materials include plastic and dense clay
are fastened for grinding
- A vinyl sheet that goes under a water mattress Used to prevent water escaping the bed if a leak occurs
A ball which, when struck, flies through the air in a nearly straight line not far from the ground
A length of casing suspended from the base of a previously installed casing string (a liner does not extend back to the surface of the well)
A layer of natural clay or manufactured material (various plastics) which serves as a barrier to prevent leachate from reaching or mixing with groundwater in landfills, lagoons, etc
The slab of coating metal that is placed on the core alloy and is subsequently rolled down to clad sheet as composite
Also called vinyl line - The vinyl membrane that acts as the container to hold or contain the water
A disk of paper, cork, foam, plastic, etc , retained in a closure to provide a flexible barrier between the closure and the sealing surface of the container
One who lines, as, a liner of shoes
(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter; "the batter hit a liner to the shortstop" a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule) a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment
liner notes
Commentary or supplemental information printed on an album cover or insert
liner note
The liner notes on record jackets are short pieces of writing that tell you something about the record or the musicians playing on the record. printed information about the music or musicians that comes with a CD or record
liner notes
Explanatory notes about a record album, cassette, or compact disk included on the jacket or in the packaging
bin liner
A disposable plastic bag used inside of a permanent container to hold waste / garbage
bottom liner
A person who is most concerned with the bottom line
cruise liner
a cruise ship
hard-liner
A person who takes a firm, uncompromising position on some policy
ocean liner
a narrow-beam passenger ship designed for high speed trans-oceanic travel
one-liner
a short remark intended as a sound bite
one-liner
a short joke, especially one of a single sentence
passenger liner
a passenger ship
door liner
The finish of wood, metal, marble, etc., which surrounds the top and sides of a doorway
one-liner
A short joke or witty remark
air liner
large passenger aircraft operated by an airline, passenger plane
bin liner
a plastic bag used to line a trash or garbage bin
bin liner
A bin liner is a plastic bag that you put inside a waste bin or dustbin. a plastic bag used inside a bin for holding waste
cabin liner
a liner with cabins for passengers
cargo liner
a liner that carries cargo
cruise liner
a large ship for cruising
cruise liner
a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises
eye liner
{i} cosmetic applied in a fine line around the eye
freight liner
a long-distance express freight train between industrial centers and seaports with facilities for rapid loading and unloading of goods
hard-liner
strict person, person who does not compromise
liners
plural of liner
luxury liner
a liner equipped for sumptuous living
ocean liner
passenger ship, cruise ship
ocean liner
Large merchant ship that visits designated ports on a regular schedule, carrying whatever cargo and passengers are available on the date of sailing. The first liners were operated in the North Atlantic, notably by Samuel Cunard of Britain, beginning in 1840. Their heyday lasted from the late 19th to the mid-20th century. Many were extraordinarily luxurious. Among the most famous were Cunarders such as the Mauretania and the Queen Mary; the German Vaterland (later renamed Leviathan), for many years the largest ship afloat; the ill-fated Titanic; and the United States. Their reign ended in the 1960s with the rise of jet travel, but liners ranging from cruise ships to refrigerated cargo ships continued to sail
ocean liner
a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)
one-liner
a one-line joke
one-liner
A one-liner is a funny remark or a joke told in one sentence, for example in a play or comedy programme. The book is witty and peppered with good one-liners. a very short joke or humorous remark
one-liner
short and witty remark comprised of one sentence
shelf liner
contact paper, paper used to line closets and drawers
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) linaria
liner servis
(Ticaret) liner service
liner

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    /ˈlīnər/ /ˈlaɪnɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'lI-n&r ] (noun.) 15th century. From line (verb).

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