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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ara

Toplantı, kısa bir aradan sonra iki saat içinde tekrar toplanacak. - The meeting will reconvene in two hours after a brief recess.

Kısa bir ara verebilir miyiz? - May we have a short recess?

{i} girinti
{i} mola

Mola sırasında biraz kahve içelim. - Let's have some coffee during recess.

Bizim on ikiden bire kadar öğle yemeği için bir saatlik bir molamız var. - We have an hour's recess for lunch from twelve to one.

(duvarda) oyuk
(Tıp) resesüs
tatile girmek
dinlenme anı
tatil yapmak

Dinlenmek ister misin? - Would you like to take a recess?

ara vermek
gizli yer
duvar girintisini koymak
paydos etmek
duvarda girinti
iç taraf
okul tatili
ara verme

Dinlenmek ister misin? - Would you like to take a recess?

(Mühendislik) oluk, oyuk, girinti
(Tekstil) Girinti (Girintisiz silindir = İçi dolu silindir)
{i} teneffüs, ara; paydos; tatil
{f} oymak
{f} yer açmak
{f} (toplantıya) ara vermek
{i} kovuk
{f} boşluğa yerleştirmek
ara ver/oy/yerleştir
{i} yuva
gizliduvar girintisini koymak
(Tıp) Çukur, çukurcuk, recessus
{i} yatak
{i} (rîses') girinti, oyuk
{i} tatil

Sözde bir durgunluk içinde olmamıza rağmen bu Altın Hafta tatilinde rekor sayıda insan yurt dışında seyahat ediyor. - Even though we're supposedly in a recession, people are traveling abroad in record numbers this Golden Week holiday.

O, tatil sırasında canlı. - He is lively during recess.

{i} (rîses') gen. çoğ. gizli yer, iç taraf
{f} (rîses') girinti yapmak, oymak
{f} tatil olmak
{f} girinti yapmak
(Mekanik) oluk
recess bell
Teneffüs zili
recess for spring buckle
susta kasası meme yuvası
recess period
adli tatil
iç taraf
gizli yer
kitchen recess
mutfak ara
Roller without recess
(Tekstil) İçi dolu silindir, taşlama silindiri
breech recess
(Askeri) KAMA YATAĞI: Büyük toplarda, namlunun arka kısmında bulunan, kama gövdesinin girmesine mahsus boşluk
breech recess
(Askeri) kama yatağı
gate recess
dengeleme odası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A time of play, usually, on a playground

Students who do not listen in class will not play outside during recess.

An inset, hole, space or opening

Put a generous recess behind the handle for finger space.

To inset into something, or to recede

Recess the screw so it does not stick out.

Remote, distant (in time or place)

Thomas Salusbury: Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems: I should think it best in the subsequent discourses to begin to examine whether the Earth be esteemed immoveable, as it hath been till now believed by most men, or else moveable, as some ancient Philosophers held, and others of not very recesse times were of opinion;.

A break, pause or vacation

Spring recess offers a good chance to travel.

To take or declare a break

Class will recess for 20 minutes.

A shallow depression drilled in wood to allow the head or threaded end of a through-bolt to be flush with the wood surface
{n} a retirement, retreat, secret place
an enclosure that is set back or indented a small concavity make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood"
a space in a room where part of a wall is set back from the main part
Remission or suspension of business or procedure; intermission, as of a legislative body, court, or school
Intermission in a legislative day
{i} break from proceedings, intermission, pause in activity; niche, indentation in a wall, alcove; scheduled break in the middle of a school day
the period between sessions of Parliament, but in ordinary usage the word is often used to describe the periods between the main sitting periods each year, as in the winter recess
(1) An official pause of any length in a committee hearing or Floor Session that halts the proceedings for a period of time but does not have the finality of adjournment
make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood"
an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands)
put into a recess; "recess lights"
A sinus
Intermission in a daily session
a small concavity
ending a legislative session with a set time to reconvene
To make a recess in; as, to recess a wall
—Adjournment by the House or Senate for at least three days, with a set time for reconvening
This is a temporary time when the trial or hearing is not in session A recess can be for minutes, hours, days or even weeks return to index
{f} take a break from proceedings, take a pause from activities; make a niche, set back from the surface
close at the end of a session; "The court adjourned"
The recesses of something or somewhere are the parts of it which are hard to see because light does not reach them or they are hidden from view. He emerged from the dark recesses of the garage
A recess is a break between the periods of work of an official body such as a committee, a court of law, or a government. The conference broke for a recess
If you refer to the recesses of someone's mind or soul, you are referring to thoughts or feelings they have which are hidden or difficult to describe. There was something in the darker recesses of his unconscious that was troubling him. if a government, law court etc recesses, it officially stops work for a period of time
A brief adjournment ordered by the judge (see Adjournment; compare Continuance)
The state of being withdrawn; seclusion; privacy
Temporary delay in proceedings
Marks a temporary end to the business of the Congress, and sets a time for the next meeting
A depression in a flat surface
– An interlude between sessions where pupils can relax and play games outside of the school buildings
An indentation into the housing
A place of retirement, retreat, secrecy, or seclusion
Intermission in a daily session Intermission from one day to the next; day-to-day recess from one calendar day to the next
The period between sessions of Parliament
A temporary interruption during a day’s proceedings that does not interrupt unfinished business The rules in each house direct matters to be taken up and disposed of at the beginning of each legislative day The House usually adjourns from day to day The Senate often recesses, thus meeting on the same legislative day for several calendar days or even weeks at a time
  A temporary break during a floor session or a period when no legislative sessions are held
A decree of the imperial diet of the old German empire
A withdrawing or retiring; a moving back; retreat; as, the recess of the tides
A temporary termination of a meeting Recesses are called for short breaks (e g , for lunch or dinner) or occasionally at the close of a daily session to allow the legislative day to continue into the next calendar day (See ADJOURNMENT )
put into a recess; "recess lights
an enclosure that is set back or indented
(1) An official pause in a committee hearing or floor session that halts the proceedings for a period of time but does not have the finality of adjournment
Concludes legislative day, with a set time for reconvening--usually more than three days of adjournment
a state of abeyance or suspended business
a pause from doing something (as work); "we took a 10-minute break"; "he took time out to recuperate"
Part of a room formed by the receding of the wall, as an alcove, niche, etc
Secret or abstruse part; as, the difficulties and recesses of science
Intermission during a daily Session, usually for caucus or committee meetings
In a room, a recess is part of a wall which is built further back than the rest of the wall. Recesses are often used as a place to put furniture such as shelves. a discreet recess next to a fireplace
an enclosure that is set back or indented a small concavity make a recess in; "recess the piece of wood" put into a recess; "recess lights
Temporary halt to proceedings, with a time set for proceedings to resume
When formal meetings or court cases recess, they stop temporarily. The hearings have now recessed for dinner Before the trial recessed today, the lawyer read her opening statement
recess appointment
A person appointed by the President of the United States to an office that normally requires approval of the United States Senate, but who is appointed without such approval because the Senate is in recess
recess appointments
plural form of recess appointment
recess session
time during which the parliament is not in session
Simple past tense and past participle of recess
a recess
Set (a fitment) back into a wall or other surface
Knesset recess
time of year when the Knesset is not in assembly, yearly pause in Knesset proceedings
Parliament is now in recess
activities of the parliament are now temporarily suspended
court recess
vacation or break time for courts of law
parliament recess
set period of time during which members of parliament do not meet
pharyngeal recess
a small recess in the wall of the pharynx
resembling an alcove
The opposite of face-fitting Where a blind is to be fitted inside a recess or within the glazing beads of a window right up to the glass, this is referred to as recessed This normally requires different brackets to be used
set back; pertaining to a hole, space, or opening
Withdrawn; secluded
Very laid-back
past of recess
Panel - A label panel that is indented or recessed
If something such as a door or window is recessed, it is set into the wall that surrounds it. a wide passage, lit from one side by recessed windows. fitted into a part of a wall that is further back than the rest of the wall
A hatch cover that is 1/8 inch lower than its surrounding frame The particular design allows tile or carpet to be glued to the cover and frame so that the surface level of the tile or carpet on the door is flush with the surrounding floor
having a sunken area; "hunger gave their faces a sunken look"
Having a recess or recesses; as, a recessed arch or wall
plural of recess
third-person singular of recess
present participle of recess
special recess session
special assembly held during an intermission
window recess
depression in a wall where a window is located