mortar

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} harç
havan
ask.havan topu
dibek
{f} harç ile sıva
harç ile sıvamak
{i} ask. havan topu
(Tıp) n.Eczacı havanı
{f} sıva yapmak
bina yapımında kullanılan kireçli harç
havan,v.harç ile sıva: n.harç
(Askeri) HAVAN: Yivli veya yivsiz bir namlusu bulunan, ağızdan dolma silah. Menzili normal olarak obüsünkinden kısa, atış açısı daha büyüktür. Namlu uzunluğu çapın 10 ile 20 katı arasındadır. Ayrıca bakınız: "gun; howitzer"
{i} kireçli harç
harç/havan topu/havan
(Tıp) mortar
mortar mixer
(İnşaat) harç mikseri
mortar mixer
(İnşaat) harç karıştırıcı
mortar projectile
(Askeri) havan mermisi
mortar vehicle
(Askeri) havan aracı
mortar board
harç teknesi
mortar and pestle
harç ve havaneli
mortar fire
havan ateşi
mortar joint
harç ortak
mortar trough
harç yalak
mortar 107mm.
(Askeri) (HOWTAR) (4.2") 107 MM. LİK (4.2") HAVAN (HOWTAR): 75 mm. lik dağ obüs kundağına monte edilmiş 4.2 inçlik havan namlusunun Deniz piyade sınıfı tarafından tadil edilmiş kaidesi
mortar acquisition radar
(Askeri) havan tespit radarı
mortar admixture
(İnşaat) harç katkısı
mortar aggregate
(İnşaat) harç agregası
mortar ammunition
(Askeri) havan mühimmatı
mortar bed
(İnşaat) harç döşek
mortar bed
(İnşaat) harç altlık
mortar bleeding test device
(İnşaat) harç akış test cihazı
mortar bombardment report
(Askeri) HAVAN BOMBARDIMAN RAPORU
mortar bond
harç aderansı
mortar box
(İnşaat) harç sandığı
mortar carriage
(Askeri) havan kundağı
mortar carriage
(Askeri) HAVAN KUNDAĞI: Bir havanın monte edildiği kaide. Ayrıca bakınız: "carriage"
mortar carrier
(Askeri) HAVAN TAŞIMA ARACI: Bir havanın monte edildiği veya bir havanı taşıyan araç. Bir yanı tırtıllı kariyer üzerine monte edilmiş olan havan genel olarak, araç üzerinden ateş eder
mortar carrier
(Askeri) havan taşıma aracı
mortar consistency
harç kıvamı
mortar deflection board
(Askeri) havan yan düzeltme levhası
mortar deflection board
(Askeri) HAVAN YAN DÜZELTME LEVHASI: Rüzgar, sürüklenme vesaire için yapılacak düzeltmeleri ve bir havan istikamet açısına uygulanacak ayarlamayı bulmak için faydalanılan kontrol aleti
mortar free
harçsız
mortar joint
(İnşaat) harç derz
mortar making properties
harç yapma kabiliyeti
mortar mixer machine
(İnşaat) harç karıştırma makinesi
mortar pan
(İnşaat) harç teknesi
mortar penetrometer
(İnşaat) harç penetrometresi
mortar permeability mold
(İnşaat) harç permeabilite kalıbı
mortar pit
(Askeri) havan çukuru
mortar pit
(Askeri) HAVAN ÇUKURU: Havanı yerleştirmek için hazırlanan amplasman. Bu çukur; genel olarak, örtü, gizlenme ve silahın ateş edebileceği sağlam bir kaide temin etmek için hazırlanır
mortar projectile
(Askeri) HAVAN MERMİSİ: Bak. "Mortar shell"
mortar range board
(Askeri) HAVAN MESAFE DÜZELTME LEVHASI: Bir havanın mesafe ve yükselişinin tanziminde yapılacak düzeltmeleri bulmaya yarayan ateş idare aleti
mortar report
(Askeri) havan raporu
mortar report
(Askeri) HAVAN RAPORU: Düşman havan ateşine ait ve çap, istikamet, ateş yoğunluğu ve dövülen bölge ile ilgili bilgiyi ihtiva eden rapor
mortar sand
(İnşaat) harç kumu
mortar shell
havan mermisi
mortar shell
(Askeri) HAVAN MERMİSİ: Havanlarda kullanılan tahrip mermisi veya kimya mermisi
mortar squad
(Askeri) havan mangası
mortar squad
(Askeri) HAVAN MANGASI: Havanı ateşe hazırlayan ve ateş idaresinde görevli olan erler
mortar strength
harç mukavemeti
mortar strength
(İnşaat) harcın dayanımı
mortar team
(Askeri) Havan takımı
mortar trough
(İnşaat) harç teknesi
mortar tub
(İnşaat) harç teknesi
soil mortar
toprak harç
stone mortar
soku
thick lime mortar
(İnşaat) yağlı kireç harcı
agate mortar
akik havan
cement mortar
çimento harcı
dry mortar
kuru harç
lime mortar
kireç harcı
brick and mortar
tuğla ve harç
bricks and mortar
İnternet üzerinde satış yapmayan, sadece fiziksel mağazası olan işletme
clay mortar
kıl harcı, toprak harç
click and mortar
tıklayın ve harç
clicks and mortar
(Bilgisayar) İnternet ortamında da satış yapan işletme
hydraulic mortar
hidrolik harç
marble mortar
(mutfak) Havan
adhesive mortar
(Mimarlık) yapıştırma harcı
advanced mortar system
(Askeri) geliştirilmiş havan sistemi
agate mortar
agat havan
base mortar
(Askeri) ESAS HAVAN: İlk atış esaslarının hesaplanmasında ve birlikteki diğer havanların buna göre tevcihinde esas olarak kullanılan havan
bedding mortar
yatak harcı
bedding mortar
tesviye harcı
bituminous mortar
(İnşaat) bitümlü harç
bonding mortar
yapışma harcı
bricks and mortar
(deyim) mal mulk
chemical mortar
(Askeri) KİMYA HAVANI: Kimya harp maddeleriyle doldurulmuş mermiler atan havan
chemical mortar
(Askeri) kimya havanı
clay mortar
kil harcı
coving mortar
(İnşaat) yüzey düzeltme harcı
electric mortar
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektrik havanı
expanding mortar
genleşen harç
expanding mortar
şişen harç
expansive mortar
genleşen harç
expansive mortar
şişen harç
fiber reinforced mortar
(İnşaat) elyaf donatılı harç
fresh mortar
taze harç
grouting mortar
(İnşaat) şerbet harç
grouting mortar
(İnşaat) içitim harcı
grouting mortar
(Mukavele) enjeksiyon harcı
gypsum mortar
(İnşaat,Teknik) alçı harcı
gypsum mortar
(İnşaat) alçı sıva harcı
gypsum plastering mortar
alçı sıva harcı
injection mortar
enjeksiyon harcı
instrusion mortar
enjeksiyon harcı
lean mortar
(İnşaat) zayıf harç
mason's mortar
(İnşaat) duvarcı harcı
masonry mortar
duvar harcı
masonry mortar
duvar örgü harcı
neat cement mortar
(İnşaat) çimento macunu
neat cement mortar
(İnşaat) saf çimento harcı
plaster mortar
(İnşaat) sıva harcı
pneumatic mortar
püskürtme harç
pound up coffee in a mortar
kahve dövmek
premixed dry mortar
hazır kuru harç
proportioning of mortar
(İnşaat) harç oranlaması
pumped mortar
(İnşaat) pompaj harcı
ready to use wet mortar
(İnşaat) hazır yaş harç
refractory mortar
(İnşaat) refrakter harç
refractory mortar
refraktör harç
stokes mortar
(Askeri) SİPER HAVANI: Bak. "trench mortar"
trench mortar
(Askeri) SİPER HAVANI: 3 inçlik (7.62 mm.) mermi atan, ağızdan doldurulan hava namlulu havan. Halen kullanılmayan bu havanlara "stokes mortar" da denir
İngilizce - İngilizce
To fire a mortar (weapon)
A hollow vessel used to pound, crush, rub, grind or mix ingredients with a pestle
To use mortar or plaster to join two things together
A mixture of lime or cement, sand and water used for bonding bricks and stones
A muzzle-loading, indirect fire weapon with either a rifled or smooth bore. It usually has a shorter range than a howitzer, employs a higher angle of fire, and has a tube with a length of 10 to 20 calibers. See also gun; howitzer. JP-1-02
{n} a cement used in buildings, vessel to pound in, bomb-cannon, lamp
The material which fills the gaps between the stones or bricks in a masonry wall and binds them together Its principal ingredients are usually aggregate (eg gritty sand) and a binder (eg lime putty) in the ratio of three to one, with small proportions of other additives (eg brick dust) as required
A mortar is a bowl in which you can crush things such as herbs, spices, or grain using a rod called a pestle
{i} cement; grinding vessel; cannon-like device which fires bombs at a high trajectory
used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall
- tubes from which aerial fireworks such as shells and mines are ejected Can be made from cardboard, high density polyethylene, or metal
Cement paste mixed with sand
A mixture of cementitious materials, fine aggregate and water Mortar is used to bond bricks or blocks
A plastic mixture of cementitious materials, fine aggregate and water See ASTM Specifications C270, C476 Fat Mortar Mortar containing a high percentage of cementitious components High-Bond Mortar Mortar which develops higher bond strengths with masonry units than normally developed with conventional mortar Lean Mortar Mortar which is deficient in cementitious components
a paste of cement, sand, and water laid between bricks, stones or blocks
Mortier à la chaux A mixture of sand, water, and lime used to bind stones together permanently The lime mortar retained its flexibility and so resisted the shocks of battering
a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
A mortar is a big gun which fires missiles high into the air over a short distance. He was killed in a mortar attack
A high angle crew served weapon that fired exploding rounds of various sizes U S mortars used in Vietnam were 60mm, 81mm, and 4 2 inch, called a "four duece " NVA used 60mm, 82mm, and 140mm mortars
at high angles of elevation, as 45°, and even higher; so named from its resemblance in shape to the utensil above described
The tube used to fire an aerial shell, or mine Mortars can be constructed from paper, plastic, GRP or metal
A combination of cement, sand, lime, and water used to bind masonry blocks
also for plastering, and in other ways
A substance used to join masonry units, consisting of cementitious materials, fine aggregate, and water
bricks and mortar: see brick. Short-range artillery piece with a short barrel and low muzzle velocity that fires an explosive projectile in a high-arched trajectory. Large mortars were used against fortifications and in siege operations from medieval times through World War I. Since 1915, small portable models have been standard infantry weapons, especially for mountain or trench warfare. Medium mortars, with a caliber of about 3-4 in. (70-90 mm), a range of up to about 2.5 mi (4 km), and a bomb weight of up to 11 lbs (5 kg), are now widely used. Material used in building construction to bond brick, stone, tile, or concrete blocks into a structure. The ancient Romans are credited with its invention. Mortar consists of sand mixed with cement and water. The resulting substance must be sufficiently flexible to flow slightly but not collapse under the weight of the masonry units. Before the 19th-century invention of portland cement, masons used thin joints of lime mortar, which required greater precision than the thicker joints of portland-cement mortar and were not as strong. For tilework, a very thin mortar called grout is used. Pointing is the process of finishing a masonry joint
A mixture of sand, water, and lime used to bind stones together; as opposed to drylaid masonry
A mixture of sand (lime), cement and water
A stone or wooden bowl-like artifact in which seeds, berries, meat, and other products are ground or pulverized with a pestle Mortars occur in bedrock outcrops or as portable items (Moratto 1984: 592)
A short piece of ordnance, used for throwing bombs, carcasses, shells, etc
a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range a bowl-shaped vessel in which substances can be ground and mixed with a pestle used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall plaster with mortar; "mortar the wall
a mixture of cementing material with fine aggregate and water Mortar is used to bed and bind quarried stones, bricks, or other solid materials together or to produce a plastic coating on such constructions This coating is also termed floated or surface face, mortar coat, mortar finish, or parapet
To plaster or make fast with mortar
A mixture of cement paste and fine aggregate; in fresh concrete, the material occupying the interstices among particles of coarse aggregate; in masonry construction, mortar may contain masonry cement, or may contain hydraulic cement with lime (and possibly other admixtures) to afford greater plasticity and workability than are attainable with standard hydraulic cement mortar
Mortar is a mixture of sand, water, and cement or lime which is put between bricks to hold them together
Military A muzzle-loading, indirect fire weapon with either a rifled or smooth bore. It usually has a shorter range than a howitzer, employs a higher angle of fire, and has a tube with a length of 10 to 20 calibers. See also gun; howitzer. JP-1-02
The material that binds together courses of masonry It is composed of cement, sand, water, and usually, lime
a bowl-shaped vessel in which substances can be ground and mixed with a pestle
A very short barrelled weapon designed to throw a projectile a short distance at a high trajectory
A strong vessel, commonly in form of an inverted bell, in which substances are pounded or rubbed with a pestle
plaster with mortar; "mortar the wall"
a mixture, as of lime or cement, sand, and water, which hardens in the air and is used for binding together bricks or stones
A mixture of cementitious materials, fine aggregate, and water, used to bond masonry units together
{f} cement, build or fix with mortar; shoot cannon, attack with mortars
A chamber lamp or light
a mixture of portland cement, lime, sand, and water
A mixture of cement (or lime) with sand and water used in masonry work
a mixture used to hold together bricks
A bonding material used in the construction of brick or stone structures
A building material made by mixing lime, cement, or plaster of Paris, with sand, water, and sometimes other materials; used in masonry for joining stones, bricks, etc
a short cannon used to fire projectiles with low muzzle velocities at high angles The trench mortar is an infantry weapon, the larger mortars are used by both infantry and field artillery
maltha
mort
mortar and pestle
A mortar and pestle is a tool used to crush, grind, and mix substances. The pestle is a heavy stick whose end is used for pounding and grinding, and the mortar is a bowl. The substance is ground between the pestle and the mortar
mortar board
an academic cap with a stiff, flat square top and a tassel
mortar board
a small square board with a handle on the underside, used by bricklayers for holding mortar
mortar and pestle
combination of a bowl-shaped vessel and a stick-like tool (used to grind things, such as spices, coffee, etc.)
mortar board
A mortar board is a stiff black cap which has a flat square top with a bunch of threads attached to it. In Britain, mortar boards are sometimes worn on formal occasions by university students and teachers. In the United States, mortar boards are worn by students at graduation ceremonies at high schools, colleges, and universities
mortar crew man
soldier that fires mortars
mortar fire
artillery fire delivered by a mortar
mortar fire
bomb or missile shot from a mortar
mortar shell
{i} shell used in mortar
bricks and mortar
Buildings and property for the conduct of business, particularly in the sale of retail goods to the general public. Used to contrast an internet-based sales operation that lacks customer-oriented store fronts and a "traditional" one for which most capital investment might be in the building infrastructure

E-commerce is not the kiss of death for big, traditional brick-and-mortar business. - Judy Kong (2000), in a report on the ICE Conference. Retrieved 2005-03-05.

clicks and mortar
A business model that combines traditional retail outlets with an online presence
lime mortar
A soft form of mortar made from sand and slaked lime
brick-and-mortar
Refers to traditional, physical, as opposed to digital, structures and vehicles-factories, warehouses, trucks, and retail outlets A brick-and-mortar company is one with little or no significant Web presence
brick-and-mortar location
Buildings and property for the conduct of business, particularly in the sale of retail goods to the general public. Used to contrast an internet-based sales operation that lacks customer-oriented store fronts and a "traditional" one for which most capital investment might be in the building infrastructure
brick-and-mortar
Term used to identify traditional firms doing business the old-fashioned way, from a physical storefront
brick-and-mortar retailer
Buildings and property for the conduct of business, particularly in the sale of retail goods to the general public. Used to contrast an internet-based sales operation that lacks customer-oriented store fronts and a "traditional" one for which most capital investment might be in the building infrastructure
bricks and mortar
[as modifier] denoting a business that operates conventionally rather than (or as well as) via the Internet
bricks and mortar
buildings, especially housing
click-and-mortar
(Ticaret) Bricks-and-clicks is a business model by which a company integrates both offline (bricks) and online (clicks) presences. It is also known as click-and-mortar or clicks-and-bricks, as well as bricks, clicks and flips, flips referring to catalogs
clicks and mortar
Traditional business that has integrated the internet into its company
brick-and-mortar
A traditional business operation that commonly deals with its customers face-to-face in an office or store that the business owns or rents (e g a retail store or a bank branch) Web-based businesses usually have lower costs and greater flexibility than brick-and-mortar operations
brick-and-mortar
Nickname for a traditional business, refers to its physical location in a building
bricks and mortar
(Ticaret) Organizations with physical (vs. Internet-only) production or logistics facilities and operations
bricks and mortar
Slang referring to businesses that exist in the real world, as opposed to just the cyber world Examples include bricks-and-mortar retail outlets, bricks-and-mortar warehouses, and bricks-and-mortar law firms
bricks and mortar
building material consisting of bricks laid with mortar between then
bricks and mortar
refers to a company with real assets, such as buildings, which are made out of bricks and mortar Often refers to "old economy" companies with factories and shops Contrasts with Clicks and mortar and Bricks and clicks, which are old economy companies with an internet presence
bricks and mortar
{i} building material comprising of bricks laid with mortar; company that has physical plant and facilities for running its business in the sale of retail merchandise to the public; business site that has a physical business or retail premises in the real world (as opposed to only a virtual site on the Internet)
bricks and mortar
Flip side of clicks and mortar Old economy versus new economy Industrial economy versus information economy
bricks and mortar
An informal term describing grants for buildings or construction projects
bricks and mortar
Physical assets such as factories, stores and offices that generate revenues Often used as shorthand for "old economy" companies and industries
bricks and mortar
An informal term indicating grants for buildings or construction projects See also: Assets Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
bricks and mortar
An informal term indicating grants for buildings or construction projects
bricks and mortar
An informal term for grants for buildings or construction projects
bricks and mortar
Organizations with physical (vs Internet-only) production or logistics facilities and operations
click and mortar
traditional business that has integrated the internet into its company
clicks and mortar
A company who exist on the Internet but also have a presence on the high street
clicks and mortar
Slang describing a business that has successfully integrated its online cyber-world existence with its offline real-world existence For instance, an online appliance store that allows customers to schedule repair visits at its Web site would be an example of a clicks-and-mortar application
clicks and mortar
The combined use of e-commerce and physical stores or offices to conduct business Also called "bricks and clicks "
fire mortar rounds
shoot shells from a mortar (short cannon)
mortared
past of mortar
mortaring
present participle of mortar
mortars
plural of mortar
mortars
third-person singular of mortar
trench mortar
a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
trench mortar
A mortar usually ranging from 3 to 9.45 inches in caliber, designed for use in forward positions, especially in trenches
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) mortar
mortar