pencil

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kalem

Bu kalem bana en az yüz dolara mâl oldu. - This pencil cost me at least a hundred bucks.

İki düzine kalem satın aldım. - I bought two dozen pencils.

kurşunkalem

Onun biri uzun ve diğeri kısa iki kurşunkalemi vardır. - He has two pencils; one is long and the other short.

O bana bir kurşunkalem verdi. - She gave me a pencil.

kurşun kalem
{f} kurşunkalemle yazmak/çizmek
pencil sharpener kalemtıraş
renkli kurşun kalem ile boyamak
edeb
{i} makyaj kalemi
kurşunkalem ile yazmak veya çizmek
kaş kalemi
çizmek
kurşunkalemle yazmak
karataş
{f} karakalem ile çizmek
kurşunkalemle çizmek
{f} kalem ile makyaj yapmak
{i} karakalem
{i} küçük resim fırçası
üçlü kalem
resim fırçası
pencil pusher
kâtip
pencil beam
(Askeri) dar huzme
pencil case
kalemlik
pencil drawing
kara kalem çizim
pencil of light
(Fizik) ışık demeti
pencil box
kalem kutusu
pencil of rays
ışın demeti
pencil sharpener
kalemtıraş
pencil case
kalem kutusu

Kalem kutusu masanın üstünde. - The pencil case is on the table.

pencil case
kalemlik,kalem kutusu,kalem koyma kabı
pencil in
kurşunkalemle
pencil mark
kalem işareti
pencil of circles
daireler kalemi
pencil of lines
doğrular kalemi
pencil of rays
işin demeti
pencil out
istenen karlılık düzeyi
pencil sharpener
Kalemaçkı, kalemtıraş
pencil skirts
kalem etekler
pencil tube
kalem tüp
pencil and page
(Bilgisayar) kurşun kalem ve sayfa
pencil beam
(Askeri) İNCE HÜZME: Kendi askeri genişliğine indirilen veya, o genişlikte ayarlanan bir ışıldak hüzmesi
pencil beam antenna
kalem huzmeli anten
pencil box
kalemlik
pencil cleavage
çubuk dilinim
pencil industry
kurşun kalem endüstrisi
pencil lead
kurşunkalem ucu
pencil of light
ışın demeti
pencil of planes
(Matematik) düzlemler kalemi
pencil paster
tutkal kalemi
pencil pointer
kalem sivriltici
pencil pusher
yazman
pencil sharpener
kalem tıraş
pencil sharpener
kalem açacak
pencil sketch
kurşunkalem kroki
pencil skirt
(Tekstil) boru etek
pencilled
{s} karakalem ile çizilmiş
pencilled
{s} kurşunkalem ile yazılmış
pencilling
kalemle çizme
pencilling
(isim) kalemle çizme
blue pencil
(Konuşma Dili) sansür koymak
blue pencil
(Konuşma Dili) sansürden geçirmek
eye pencil
(Tıp) göz kalemi
have you got a pencil
kalemin var mı
pencils
kurşun kalemler

Kurşun kalemlerin açılmalı. - Your pencils need sharpening.

Kurşun kalemler düzine halinde satılıyor. - The pencils are sold in dozens.

blue-pencil
sansürden geçirmek
blue-pencil
makaslamak
carpenter's pencil
marangoz kalemi
diamond pencil
elmaslı kalem
draw with a pencil
kalemle yaz
eyebrow pencil
kaş kalemi
indelible pencil
kopya kalemi
lead pencil
kurşunkalem
slate pencil
taş kalem
colored pencil
renkli kalem
colour pencil
Renkli boya kalemi
mechanical pencil
mekanik kurşun kalem
penciling
kalemle çizme
pencilled
kalemle işaretlenmiş
plural of pencil
kalemin çoğul
blue pencil
(fiil) sansür
blue pencil
{f} sansür
blunt pencil
kalın kalem
can i borrow your pencil
kurşunkaleminizi alabilir miyim
charcoal pencil
karakalem
charcoal pencil
füzen
chinagraph pencil
(Sinema) yağlı kalem
compass pencil
pergel kalem
copying pencil
kopya kalemi
diamond pencil
(İnşaat) camcı elması
draw with a pencil
kalemle yazmak
drawing pencil
teknik resim kalemi
drawing pencil
karakalem
dressmaker’s pencil
(Tekstil) terzi kalemi
fuel pencil
(Nükleer Bilimler) yakıt elemanı
i would like a pencil
kurşun kalem rica ediyorum
i would like a pencil sharpener
kalemtıraş rica ediyorum
in pencil
kurşunkalemle
indelible pencil
sabit kalem
mechanical pencil
versatil kalem
micro pencil
mikro kalem
pencil case
kalem kutu
pencil sharpener
açacak
propelling pencil
sürgülü kalem
red pencil
kırmızı kalem
slate pencil
levha kalemi
soldering pencil
lehimleme kalemi
styptic pencil
kan kesici ilaç
styptic pencil
kantaşı
zinc pencil
çinko kalem
İngilizce - İngilizce
A paintbrush
To tentatively make a booking
To squeeze something -- such as a meeting, feature, or appointment -- into a tight schedule

I am very busy today but I can pencil you in at 3 p.m.

Writing utensil that uses graphite (commonly referred to as lead). Regular pencils usually have a graphite shaft surrounded by wood. Also available in a mechanical version where the graphite length can be adjusted and sharpening is not needed
to write something using a pencil

I penciled it in my notebook.

The set of all lines through a point P is called a pencil of lines with centre P; the set of all points on a line p is called a pencil of points with axis p (Note: many authors will write about the range of points on a line p It is quite nice to use the same term because of the duality of projective geometry )
write, draw, or trace with a pencil; "he penciled a figure"
{f} write with a pencil
a figure formed by a set of straight lines or light rays meeting at a point graphite (or a similar substance) used in such a way as to be a medium of communication; "the words were scribbled in pencil"; "this artist's favorite medium is pencil"
{n} a tool for drawing and painting
{v} to paint
A slender cylinder or strip of black lead, colored chalk, slate etc
A number of lines that intersect in one point, the point of intersection being called the pencil point
A small medicated bougie
A slender tube of wood, metal, plastic, etc , containing a core or strip of graphite, a solid coloring material, or the like, used for writing or drawing
a cosmetic in a long thin stick; designed to be applied to a particular part of the face; "an eyebrow pencil"
a figure formed by a set of straight lines or light rays meeting at a point
An aggregate or collection of rays of light, especially when diverging from, or converging to, a point
To write or mark with a pencil; to paint or to draw
A small, fine brush of hair or bristles used by painters for laying on colors
write, draw, or trace with a pencil; "he penciled a figure
Hence, figuratively, an artist's ability or peculiar manner; also, in general, the act or occupation of the artist, descriptive writer, etc
a thin cylindrical pointed writing implement; a rod of marking substance encased in wood
A pencil is an object that you write or draw with. It consists of a thin piece of wood with a rod of a black or coloured substance through the middle. If you write or draw something in pencil, you do it using a pencil. I found a pencil and some blank paper in her desk He had written her a note in pencil
A booker or promoter
If you pencil a letter or a note, you write it using a pencil. He pencilled a note to Joseph Daniels. + pencilled pen·cilled folded notepaper with the pencilled block letters on the outside. pencilled pencilling penciled penciling to write something or make a mark with a pencil
{i} writing tool containing lead
a thin cylindrical pointed writing implement; a rod of marking substance encased in wood a cosmetic in a long thin stick; designed to be applied to a particular part of the face; "an eyebrow pencil"
Made of graphite, a crystalline form of carbon, mixed with clay There are varying degrees of hardness for pencils, the softest varieties contain little or no clay Pencils are rated and labeled by degrees of hardness 6B is very soft, producing a darker line HB and F are the middle degree of hardness 2H up to 8H (hardest) and produce very light graphite deposits respectively
graphite (or a similar substance) used in such a way as to be a medium of communication; "the words were scribbled in pencil"; "this artist's favorite medium is pencil"
Writing utensil that uses graphite (commonly referred to as lead). Regular pencils usually have a graphite shaft surrounded by wood. A pencil sharpener is used to cut away the wood and leave a fine tip on the pencil. Also available in a mechanical version where the graphite length can be adjusted and sharpening is not needed
to squeeze something (meeting, feature, appointment, etc.) into a tight schedule
or such a cylinder or strip inserted in a small wooden rod intended to be pointed, or in a case, which forms a handle, used for drawing or writing
A pencil is an instrument for drawing or writing, which is made up of a slim stick of graphite encased in a wooden or metal cylinder Graphite and lead pencils were first used in the 17th century In the context of art, the word 'pencil' is often synonymous with an artist's brush A good quality pencil has a high proportion of graphite in the lead and up to 20 degrees of pencil hardness are on offer, ranging from 9H (H = hardness) to 9B (B = blackness), with HB and F occupying the middle of the range Water-soluble graphite pencils have recently been made available Watercolour pencils have coloured leads that are soluble in water, and their marks can be redistributed as a wash using a wet brush Pencils are used to create different textures as per the roughness / smoothness of the support, and the pressure and technique of its use Stippling, cross-hatching, blending, use of thick and thin lines, use of eraser, etc create diverse effects
a It used to mean an artist's brush b In the present day, it represents a drawing or writing instrument made by encasing a stick of graphite in wood or metal
pencil box
An object purposed to contain different tools like pencil, rubber, liquid paper, etc
pencil boxes
plural form of pencil box
pencil case
An object purposed to contain different tools like pencil, rubber, liquid paper, etc
pencil cases
plural form of pencil case
pencil crayon
A coloured pencil
pencil crayons
plural form of pencil crayon
pencil in
to fill in using pencil
pencil in
to provisionally schedule

I'll pencil you in for tomorrow at noon.

pencil lead
The material (usually black or dark gray) which allows a pencil to work. Usually a mixture of graphite and smaller amounts of other material, but not actual lead
pencil pleat
A pleat with a semicylindrical appearance like a row of pencils, often used for curtains
pencil pusher
One who does routine office work; someone involved mainly in paperwork
pencil pushers
plural form of pencil pusher
pencil sharpener
A device used to sharpen pencils by shaving the wood at one end
pencil sharpeners
plural form of pencil sharpener
pencil skirt
A slim skirt (clothing) with a straight and narrow cut, usually approximately knee-length
pencil stub
A tiny pencil (either manufactured that way, or become that way through constant usage)
pencil stubs
plural form of pencil stub
pencil tree
A shrub found in semi-arid tropical climates
pencil trees
plural form of pencil tree
pencil whip
To approve a document without actually knowing or reviewing what it is that is being approved
pencil-neck
A person with a very thin neck
pencil-neck
An insubstantial person; a weakling

That pencil-neck from systems isn't going tell me what I can't do.

pencil-necked
Having a very thin neck
pencil-necked
Insubstantial; weak

That pencil-necked geek isn't going to stop me.

pencil-pusher
Alternative form of pencil pusher
pencil beam
Emission, from an antenna, having the form of a narrow conical beam
pencil beam
A narrow beam of light that has a very long range with minimal side to side illumination
pencil beam
A narrow circular radar beam from a highly directional antenna (such as a parabolic reflector)
pencil box
a box for holding pencils
pencil case
a box for holding pencils
pencil case
box or sack used for holding pens and pencils
pencil case
'pencil box a bag or box to carry pens and pencils in
pencil cedar
wood of a pencil cedar tree; used for making pencils any of several junipers with wood suitable for making pencils
pencil drawing
Drawing executed with a pencil, an instrument made of graphite enclosed in a wood casing. Though graphite was mined in the 16th century, its use by artists is not known before the 17th century. In the 17th-18th century, graphite was used primarily to make preliminary sketches for more elaborate work in another medium, seldom for finished works. By the late 18th century, an ancestor of the modern pencil was constructed by inserting a rod of natural graphite into a hollow cylinder of wood. Pencil rods produced from mixtures of graphite and clays, true prototypes of the modern graphite pencil, were introduced in 1795. This improvement allowed for better control and encouraged wider use. The great masters of pencil drawing kept the elements of a simple linearism with limited shading, but many artists in the 18th-19th century created elaborate effects of light and shade by rubbing the soft graphite particles with a tightly rolled paper or chamois
pencil in
If an event or appointment is pencilled in, it has been agreed that it should take place, but it will have to be confirmed later. He told us that the tour was pencilled in for the following March
pencil pusher
disapproval If you call someone a pencil pusher, you mean that their work consists of writing or dealing with documents, and does not seem very useful or important. the pencil pushers who decide the course of people's lives. = bureaucrat. One whose job involves writing and other paperwork. someone who has a boring, unimportant job in an office
pencil sharpener
device that cuts the tip of the pencil until it reaches a sharp point
pencil skirt
a long narrow straight skirt
I need a pencil
Indicates that the speaker needs a pencil
blue-pencil
To edit, especially to censor, written documents
eyebrow pencil
makeup used to make the eyebrows stand out
golf pencil
A small pencil, often about three inches long; one which was manufactured that way originally (as opposed to one which has become so through usage)
mechanical pencil
A device, roughly the shape of a pen, into which long thin piece of pencil lead can be placed. A button can then be used to adjust how much of the pencil lead extends beyond the tip of the mechanical pencil, so one can adjust it as the pencil lead wears off through usage. Mechanical pencils usually also have a small eraser at the end opposite the tip
number 2 pencil
A pencil which produces a specific shade of dark gray. One can usually identify a number 2 pencil by looking for the number "2" conspicuously emblazoned on the pencil. Often required for test-taking and the completion of official forms

Mrs. Landry, I forgot to bring my number two pencils! Does that mean I flunk this test? Big tears filled Joey's eyes.

number 2 pencil
A standard, ordinary pencil; one which is not colored or mechanical or in any other way unusual

I do the actual writing on my computer, of course, but I find that jotting down notes with a number 2 pencil gets my brain working in a new way, helps me see the facts from a different angle.

penciling
Present participle of pencil
penciling
Alternative spelling of pencilling
pencilling
A sketch made in pencil
pencilling
Present participle of pencil
propelling pencil
A mechanical pencil whose lead may be projected and retracted by turning a screw
styptic pencil
A short medicated stick, typically containing alum, used to stop bleeding from small wounds (as in shaving)

I said, never clip a dog’s nails without a styptic pencil handy.

pencilled
{a} radiated, having pencils of rays
mechanical pencil
A mechanical pencil, lead pencil or clicky pencil (usually called a propelling pencil in British English; other names include clutch pencil, or Pacer after a Papermate model, a genericized trademark) is a pencil containing an internal mechanism which pushes ("propels") the thin graphite lead through the tip. Like standard pencils, there are also mechanical pencils which have a rubber eraser on the end. Mechanical pencils provide lines of consistent thickness, well suited for technical applications such as drafting and writing
blue pencil
{f} abridge, edit by deletion or marking in order to shorten a written document; alter or correct a written document as with a blue pencil
charcoal pencil
pencil of fine charcoal used in drawing
eyebrow pencil
makeup provided by a cosmetic pencil that is used to darken the eyebrows
eyebrow pencil
A cosmetic pencil used for extending or darkening the eyebrows. a special pencil you can use to make your eyebrows darker
eyebrow pencil
dark-colored pencil used to enhance the line of the eyebrows
grease pencil
A pencil of hard grease mixed with colorings, used especially for marking on glossy or glazed surfaces
indelible pencil
special pencil which cannot be erased from a writing surface
lead pencil
pencil that has graphite as the marking substance
lead pencil
writing utensil that contains black lead to create marks on paper
lead pencil
A pencil that uses graphite as its marking substance
mechanical pencil
pencil with replaceable lead that can be extended mechanically (invented by Tokuji Hayakawa in 1915)
mechanical pencil
a pencil made of metal or plastic, with a thin piece of lead (=the part that you write with) inside British Equivalent: propelling pencil
penciled
Radiated; having pencils of rays
penciled
drawn or written with a pencil; "a penciled sketch"; "the penciled message
penciled
Marked with parallel or radiating lines
penciled
past of pencil
penciled
Painted, drawn, sketched, or marked with a pencil
penciled
{s} written in pencil
penciling
The work of the pencil or bruch; as, delicate penciling in a picture
penciling
{i} writing in pencil
penciling
Lines of white or black paint drawn along a mortar joint in a brick wall
pencilled
{s} written in pencil
pencilled
drawn or written with a pencil; "a penciled sketch"; "the penciled message"
pencilling
{i} writing in pencil
pencils
plural of pencil
propeling pencil
(British) automatic pencil (lead is released by twisting an outer case)
propelling pencil
a pencil made of plastic or metal, in which the lead (=the part used for making marks) can be pushed out as it is used American Equivalent: mechanical pencil
slate pencil
a pencil of soft slate (or soapstone) used for writing on a slate
styptic pencil
A short medicated stick, often of alum, applied to a cut to check bleeding
pencil

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    /ˈpensəl/ /ˈpɛnsəl/

    Etimoloji

    (noun.) 13th century. From Anglo-Norman and Old French pincil (modern pinceau (“paintbrush”)), from Latin diminutive peniculus (“brush”), from noun penis (“tail”) + diminutive suffix -culus.

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