ridge

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sırt

Bir dağ sırtı eteğinde güzel bir şehirde yaşamak çok hoştur. - It's very pleasant to live in a beautiful city at the foot of a mountain ridge.

bayır
{i} dağ sırtı

Bir dağ sırtı eteğinde güzel bir şehirde yaşamak çok hoştur. - It's very pleasant to live in a beautiful city at the foot of a mountain ridge.

{i} tepe

Kule tepede önemli bir yer işgal etti. - The tower occupied a prominent spot on the ridge.

{i} deniz
(Nükleer Bilimler) bombe
çıkıntılı
sağrı
(İnşaat) dam yelesi
(İnşaat) mahya
dağ sırası
{i} coğr. (iki vadiyi birbirinden ayıran yayvan) sırt
(İnşaat) Nervür: inşaat demirlerinin yüzeyindeki direnci artıran çıkıntı
{i} çatı sırtı
(Biyoloji) kabartı
kabarık çizgi
{i} dağ silsilesi
(isim) sırt, yükselti, tepe, dağ sırası, dağ silsilesi, çıkıntı, çapalanmış düz sıra, kabarık çizgi (toprak, deniz)
{i} çapalanmış düz sıra
(Askeri) DORUK ÇİZGİSİ: Dağ ve tepeler silsilesinin en yüksek noktalarından geçen hat
(Tıp) Kemikte kasların yapıştığı sahah
{i} yükselti
{i} çıkıntı
{i} kabarık çizgi toprak
(Askeri) doruk çizgisi
ridge pole
çatı direği
ridge beam
mahya kirişi
ridge beam
çatı direği
ridge tile
mahya kiremidi
ridge cultivation
balıksırtı toprak hazırlığı
ridge knife
çatı biçiminde uçları olan bıçak
ridge of high pressure
yüksek basınç sırtı
ridge of higher pressure
yüksek basınç sırtı
ridge piece
mahya hatili, çatı kirişi
ridge planting
sırt ekimi
ridge purlin
mahya aşığı
ridge roller
ridge rulo
ridge slices
çatı biçiminde kıyım
ridge tile
Çatı kenar kiremiti
ridge up
sırt yukarıya
ridge board
(İnşaat) mahya aşığı
ridge cape
(İnşaat) mahya örtüsü
ridge ending
çizgi bitimi
ridge forming
sırt teşkili
ridge line
(Askeri) sırtlar hattı
ridge lines
sırt çizgileri
ridge piece
çatı kirişi
ridge piece
(İnşaat) mahya hatılı
ridge plate
(İnşaat) taban ağacı
ridge pole
(Askeri) ÇADIR TAVAN KİRİŞİ: Mahruti olmayan çadırlarda, çadır çatısının uzunluğunca yatay takviye kirişi
ridge rib
(İnşaat) çatı omurga kirişi
ridge rib
(İnşaat) mahya pervazı
ridge rope
dağcı ipi
ridge terrace
(Tarım) sağrı teras
ridge tile
(İnşaat) mahya kiremiti
ridge turret
(İnşaat) mahya kuleciği
ridged
(İnşaat) mahyalı
orbital ridge
orbital ridge
alveolar ridge
Diş yuvası sırtı, alveoler sırt. Üst çenede dişlerin arkasındadır. Yavaş yavaş yukarı doğru kıvrımlanarak sert damağa geçer
ice ridge
buz ridge
mountain ridge
dağ sırtı
ridging
bombeleme
to ridge
sırt için
wedge or ridge
kama veya sırt
aseismic ridge
sismik olmayan sırt
aseismic ridge
asismik sırt
beach ridge
(Askeri) sahil kum tepesi
beach ridge
(Askeri) sahilin sırt bölgesi
berm ridge
(Askeri) palye sırt bölgesi
carlsberg ridge
karlsberg sırtı
inner ridge girder
(Havacılık) iç sırt kirişi
mid-atlantic ridge
atlantik-ortası sırtı
mid-oceanic ridge
okyanus ortası sırtı
railway un de rb ridge
demiryolu alt geçidi
ridging
(Nükleer Bilimler) bombelenme
submarine ridge
(Askeri) denizaltı dağ sırası
teeth ridge
(Dilbilim) dişseti
İngilizce - İngilizce
A surname after a natural landscape feature
A male given name transferred from the surname
Highest point on a roof, represented by a horizontal line where two roof areas intersect, running the length of the area
The line along which two sloping surfaces meet which diverge towards the ground
A chain of mountains
A type of warm air that comes down on to land from mountains
A long narrow elevation on an ocean bottom
A chain of hills
To extend in ridges
To form into a ridge
A range of hills or mountains, or the upper part of such a range; any extended elevation between valleys
{v} to form a ridge, to throw up a ridge
The line where two planes of roof intersect, forming the highest point on the roof that runs the entire length of the roof
The horizontal line at the junction of the top edges of two roof surfaces
To form into ridges with the plow, as land
The highest point on the roof of a building formed by two intersecting slopes or the horizontal line made by the top surfaces of the two intersecting sloping roof surfaces
To wrinkle
An elongated area of relatively high atmospheric pressure; the opposite of trough
any long raised border or margin of a bone or tooth or membrane
The uppermost, horizontal external angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes
on a weather chart, a narrow elongated area of relatively high pressure
any long raised strip
An elongated area of relatively high pressure Usually associated with and most clearly identified as an area of maximum anticyclonic curvature of the wind flow The opposite of a trough
an elongated zone of high pressure
throw soil toward (a crop row) from both sides; "He ridged his corn"
A ridge is a raised line on a flat surface. the bony ridge of the eye socket. Blue Ridge Blue Ridge Mountains Mid Atlantic Ridge oceanic ridge
the horizontal peak of a roof
spade into alternate ridges and troughs; "ridge the soil"
form into a ridge
The intersection of two roof planes, or the angle formed by them
The horizontal line at the top edge of two sloping roof planes The field shingles are butted together, and then capped by a ridge shingle Back to Top
The line of intersection at the top between the opposite slopes or sides of a roof
a long narrow natural elevation or striation
The highest portion of the glacis proceeding from the salient angle of the covered way
a long narrow range of hills
An elongated area of high atmospheric pressure that is associated with an area of maximum anticyclonic circulation The opposite of a trough
{i} mountain range, chain of mountains; crest, thin uppermost edge; long raised strip or rib
plough alternate strips by throwing the furrow onto an unploughed strip
The horizontal line at which two roof planes meet and down from which both roof planes slope
An elongated area of high atmospheric pressure Back
a beam laid along the ridge of a roof; provides attachment for upper end of rafters
A raised line or strip, as of ground thrown up by a plow or left between furrows or ditches, or as on the surface of metal, cloth, or bone, etc
a beam laid along the ridge of a roof; provides attachment for upper end of rafters any long raised border or margin of a bone or tooth or membrane a long narrow natural elevation or striation a long narrow range of hills any long raised strip form into a ridge spade into alternate ridges and troughs; "ridge the soil"
a chain of hills or mountains
An elongated area of high pressure
{f} mark with ridges; form ridges
The maximum point of an elongated area of high barometer pressure
To form a ridge of; to furnish with a ridge or ridges; to make into a ridge or ridges
The horizontal line at the junction of the top edges of two sloping roof surfaces
The horizontal line of a roof top
The raised markings found across the fingertip See also "Valley "
An elongated area of high pressure in the atmosphere Opposite of a trough
Highest point on the roof of the building which describes a horizontal line running the length of the building
extend in ridges; "The land ridges towards the South"
The back, or top of the back; a crest
A ridge is a long, narrow piece of raised land
plough alternate strips by throwing the furrow onto an unploughed strip extend in ridges; "The land ridges towards the South
The intersection of two surface forming a salient angle, especially the angle at the top between the opposite slopes or sides of a roof or a vault
Defined as an extended area of fairly high atmospheric pressure
The horizontal edge found at the meeting of two sloping roof surfaces
An elongated area of high pressure in the atmosphere
ridge course
the last or top course of roofing materials, such as tile, roll roofing, shingles, etc. that covers the ridge and overlaps the intersecting field roofing
ridge vent
A ventilator located at the ridge that allows the escape of warm and/or moist air from the attic area or rafter cavity
ridge vents
plural form of ridge vent
ridge-runner
A descendant of the above population
ridge-runner
An inhabitant of the Southern Appalachian region
ridge rib
A principal rib of a vault along either the longitudinal or transverse ridge
ridge rope
either of a pair of lifelines running alongside the bowsprit of a ship
ridge tile
a decorative tile that is bent in cross section; used to cover the ridge of a roof
ridge vent
Continuous, prefabricated outlet ventilator placed over an opening at the ridge
ridge vent
A prefabricated and formed metal strip placed along the apex of the roof to allow exhaust ventilation in combination with intake soffit or gable end ventilation
ridge vent
An open vent system located along roof peaks, which in conjunction with soffit vents, creates ventilation through the passage of natural air
ridge vent
A single or continuous roof vent located at the peak of a gable roof
ridge vent
A vent that is made of various materials and covers the ridge of the roof Ridge vents may be packaged in rigid sections or rolls
ridge vent
An exhaust venting device located at the ridge of a roof that works in conjunction with a starter or under eave soffit vent and is used to ventilate attics Ridge vents and their cooperative starter or soffit vents should be installed at a 1: 1 ratio in order to function properly
ridge vent
A vent located along the ridge board of the roof that allows moisture to escape
ridge vent
A vent mounted along the entire ridge line of the roof to allow the passage of air through the attic or cathedral ceiling
ridge vent
a ventilator located at the ridge that allows the escape of warm and/or moist air from the attic area or rafter cavity Most ridge vents are either premanufactured metal or flexible, shingle-over type
ridge vent
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alveolar ridge
a ridge that forms the borders of the maxilla and the mandible and contains the alveoli of the teeth
combing ridge
A topmost row of roofing slates that project above the line of the ridge
mid-ocean ridge
a mid-oceanic ridge
mid-oceanic ridge
any of an interconnected system of broad submarine rises formed by plate tectonics
orbital ridge
the bony ridge beneath the eyebrow; the browbone
alveolar ridge
An alveolar ridge (also known as the alveolar margin) is one of the two jaw ridges either on the roof of the mouth between the upper teeth and the hard palate or on the bottom of the mouth behind the lower teeth
mammary ridge
(Anatomi) Either of a pair of longitudinal ectodermal thickenings in the mammalian embryo that extend from the base of the anterior to the posterior limb buds and are the source of the mammary glands —called also milk line
A ridge
dorsum
A ridge
rig
Blue Ridge
A range of the Appalachian Mountains extending from southern Pennsylvania to northern Georgia. It rises to 2,038.6 m (6,684 ft) at Mount Mitchell in the Black Mountains of western North Carolina. or Blue Ridge Mountains Section of the Appalachian Mountains, eastern U.S. The range extends from near Harpers Ferry, W.Va. , southwest across Virginia and North Carolina into Georgia; it is sometimes considered to include a northern extension into Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. The highest peaks are in the Black Mountains of North Carolina; the average elevation is 2,000-4,000 ft (600-1,200 m). The scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, established in 1936 and administered by the National Park Service, runs 470 mi (756 km) along the crest
Blue Ridge Mountains
the part of the Appalachians (=a group of mountains in the eastern US) that goes from southern Pennsylvania to northern Georgia
Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Submarine ridge lying along the floor of the central Atlantic Ocean. It is a long mountain chain running about 10,000 mi (16,000 km) in a north-south direction, curving from the Arctic Ocean to the southern tip of Africa. The mountains sometimes reach above sea level, forming such islands or island groups as Ascension, Saint Helena, and Tristan da Cunha
alveolar ridge
a ridge that forms the borders of the upper and lower jaws and contains the sockets of the teeth
alveolar ridge
The small lump-like feature just behind the upper front teeth
alveolar ridge
The hard ridge located behind the upper front teeth
alveolar ridge
The bony arches of the maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw) that contain the teeth
blue ridge mountains
a range of the Appalachians extending from Pennsylvania to northern Georgia
gum ridge
alveolar ridge: a ridge that forms the borders of the upper and lower jaws and contains the sockets of the teeth
mid-atlantic ridge
a submerged mountain and volcano range extending from the Arctic Ocean to the southern tip of Africa It is the most famous example of divergent boundaries
mid-atlantic ridge
ocean ridge that runs along the centre of the Atlantic Ocean, for some 14,000 km - almost from the Arctic to the Antarctic It was formed at a constructive margin between tectonic plates The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is central because the ocean crust beneath the Atlantic Ocean has grown outwards from both sides of the ridge at a steady rate during the past 200 million years Iceland straddles the ndge and was formed by volcanic outpourings
oceanic ridge
Continuous, submarine mountain chain extending approximately 50,000 mi (80,000 km) through all the world's oceans, separating them into distinct basins. The main ridge extends down the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, passes between Africa and Antarctica, turns north to the Indian Ocean, then continues between Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica and across the Pacific basin to the mouth of the Gulf of California. Lateral ridges extend from islands on the axis of the oceanic ridge to coasts of adjacent continents. The oceanic ridge system is the largest feature of the Earth's surface after the continents and the ocean basins themselves; it is explained by the theory of plate tectonics as a boundary between diverging plates where molten rock is brought up from deep beneath the Earth's crust. See also subduction zone
ridged
A ridged surface has raised lines on it. boots with thick, ridged soles for walking. something that is ridged has ridges on its surface
ridged
having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or the keel of a ship; "a carinate sepal
ridged
past of ridge
ridged
having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or the keel of a ship; "a carinate sepal"
ridged
having or shaped like a carina or keel
ridges
Plural of ridge
ridging
The formation of a Buckle
ridging
an upward tenting displacement of a roof membrane frequently occuring over insulation joints or deck joints
ridging
present participle of ridge
ridging
an upward, "tenting" displacement of a roof membrane, frequently occurring over insulation joints, deck joints and base sheet edges
ridging
An upward, tenting displacement of a roof membrane frequently occurring over insulation joints, deck joints and base sheet edges
ridging
A mound-like swelling on the outer layers of a roll' lengthwise to the tape Usually found on the more moisture-sensitive materials' such as cellophane
ridging
An upward tenting displacement of a roof membrane frequently occurring over insulation joints, deck joints and base sheet edges
ridging
the building or intensification of a ridge or high pressure center
supraorbital ridge
a ridge on the frontal bone above the eye socket
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mahya kiremidi ridge tile
(on a roof)
ridge