rig

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} teçhizat
{i} alet edevat
(gemi) arma
-e hile karıştırmak
kılık kıyafet
donanım
çıkarına göre düzenlemek
(gemi) donatmak
alet

Mademki iş için doğru aletlere sahibim bu benim yapmam için kolay olacak. - It'll be easier for me to do since I have the right tools for the job.

{f} donat
hile/kıyafet/donanım
{f} yalancıktan yapmak
{f} allayıp pullamak
{f} teçhiz etmek
{f} hile yapmak (seçimde vb.)
{i} takım

Şimdi iyi bir takımımız var. - We have a good team right now.

Aynı takımdayız, değil mi? - We're on the same team, right?

{f} up k.dili. -i uydurup yapmak/kurmak
{i} dümen
{f} hile ile yönetmek
at ile beraber araba takımı
rig the market piyasayı tedirgin etmek
{f} süslemek
{f} donatmak
(fiil) hile yapmak (seçimde vb.), hile ile yönetmek, çıkarlarına göre değişiklik yapmak, donatmak, teçhiz etmek, allayıp pullamak, süslemek, uyduruvermek, yalancıktan yapmak, düzmece bir şekilde kurmak
{f} düzmece bir şekilde kurmak
(Nükleer Bilimler) düzenek
{i} donanım, arma
rig düzenle/donat
{i} (römorklu) kamyon
{f} (bir şeyi) (yasalara aykırı olarak) kendi çıkarına göre ayarlamak; (seçime) hile karıştırmak/katmak; (maçta) şike yapmak
{f} çıkarlarına göre değişiklik yapmak
{f} uyduruvermek
{i} hile
{i} donatım
ekipman

Bizim doğru ekipmanımız yok. - We don't have the right equipment.

Tom'un işi yapmak için doğru ekipmanı yoktu. - Tom didn't have the right equipment to do the job.

hile yapmak (seçimde vb)
(Askeri) arma levhası
rig a game
Maçta şike yapmak
rig a game
Bir oyunda hile yapmak
rig about
teçhizat hakkında
rig veda
teçhizat Veda
rig a ship
arma donatmak
rig out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- donatmak , teçhiz etmek 2- giydirmek
rig out
donatmak
rig out
giydirmek
rig the market
belirli bir hisse senedini büyük miktarlarda satın alarak piyasanın kontrolünü geçici olarak ele geçirmek
rig the market
piyasayı oynatmak
rig the market
işine geldiği gibi fiyatları değiştirmek
rig up
düzmece yapmak
rig up
uyduruvermek
rig up
(Fiili Deyim ) kurmak , hemen uyduruvermek
rigging
{i} hile
drilling rig
(Ticaret) sondaj kulesi
drilling rig
(Jeoloji) sondaj aleti
rigging
(Askeri) halat donanımı
rigging
arma levhası
rigging
(Havacılık) kanat ayarı
rigging
(Askeri) selviçe
rigging
reglaj
rigging
donatarak
scheme to rig bids on tender
(Ticaret) ihaleye fesat karıştırmak
boring rig
sondaj tesisatı
fore and aft rig
velena donanımı
lateen rig
üçgen yelken teçhizatı
oil rig
petrol kulesi
rigger
armatör
rigging
{f} donat
rigging
{i} teçhizat
-rig
-Teçhizat
jury rig
Jüri teçhizat
o-rig
o-teçhizat
rigging
Geminin bütün yelken ve direklerini tutan halatlar
rigs
kulelerimiz
the rig
donatmak
tyre test rig
lastik test kulesi
ventilator test rig
vantilatör test kulesi
drilling rig
delme tesisatı
irradiation rig
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınlama yuvası,ışınlama düzeneği
land rig
sondaj tesisatı
oil drilling rig
(Askeri) petrol sondaj donanımı
oil rig
petrol kuyusu platformu
oil rig
sondaj kulesi

Tom bir sondaj kulesinde çalışıyor. - Tom works on an oil rig.

rigger
vinççi
rigger
makara ve benzeri teçhizat kullanmakta usta kimse
rigger
{i} transmisyon kasnağı
rigger
{i} kablocu
rigger
{i} piyasayı oynatan kimse
rigger
armador
rigger
{i} makinist (uçak)
rigging
{i} uçağın kanat ve kuyruk ayarı
rigging
(Askeri) HALAT DONANIMI
rigging
rig düzenle/donat
rigging
{i} donanım
rigging
i., den. donanım, arma
rigging
kuyruk ayarı
rigging
{i} dalavere
rigging
{i} arma (gemi)
rigging
geminin arması
rigging
donatma
rotary rig
dönel donanım
test rig
test donanımı
Türkçe - Türkçe

rig teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

RİG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Toz
RİG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Kum
İngilizce - İngilizce
To manipulate something dishonestly for personal gain
A large truck such as a semi-tractor

Every rig at the truckstop had custom-made mud-flaps.

Special equipment or gear used for a particular purpose

The climbers each had a different rig for climbing that particular rockface.

A costume or an outfit

My sister and I always made our own rigs for Halloween.

To fit out with a harness or other equipment
To equip and fit a ship with sails, shrouds, and yards
An imperfectly castrated horse, sheep etc
The rigging of a sailing ship or other such craft
The special apparatus used for drilling wells
A Citizens' band radio
To dress or clothe in some costume
To make or construct something in haste or in a makeshift manner
Computer case, often modified for looks
{v} to fit with rigging, trim, dress, adorn
{n} a back, top of a hill, ridicule, romp, horse
a vehicle with four wheels drawn by two or more horses
the arrangement of the oars or sculls in the boat, which can vary from crew to crew
A truck or tractor
connect or secure to; "They rigged the bomb to the ignition"
The arrangement of a boat's mast, sails and spars
If someone rigs an election, a job appointment, or a game, they dishonestly arrange it to get the result they want or to give someone an unfair advantage. She accused her opponents of rigging the vote
gear (including necessary machinery) for a particular enterprise
A romp; a wanton; one given to unbecoming conduct
A verse of the Rig-Veda
{i} covering; equipment, gear; device
A needle or syringe
To play the wanton; to act in an unbecoming manner; to play tricks
arrange the outcome of by means of deceit; "rig an election
1) "The classification of vessels according to the number, shape and position of spars and sails " (Colcord) With two masts, square sails on both, the Lady Washington is a brig rig 2) "To rig a vessel is to fit her with masts, spars, sails and running and standing rigging also used for setting up a device e g , to rig a lifeline, a tackle, etc " (Uden & Cooper)
gear (including necessary machinery) for a particular enterprise formation of masts, spars, sails, etc
To arrange ropes and equipment to aid descent, ascent or traverse
The way in which riggers are arranged in a shell, which dictates how the oars and rowers are arranged As a verb, to prepare a boat for racing Also "rigging "
See Illustration in Appendix
To install the blocks and lines used in a cable logging system (6)
"rig a ship"
arrange the outcome of by means of deceit; "rig an election"
1) Noun - The lighting system as a whole, 'The Rig' 2) Verb - To hang lanterns on bars and connect with cables 3) Often used to describe putting together any part of the show e g Rigging the set
A rig is a large structure that is used for looking for oil or gas and for taking it out of the ground or the sea bed. gas rigs in the North Sea
a truck consisting of a tractor and trailer together
To make free with; hence, to steal; to pilfer
on a vessel equip with sails, masts, etc
A buggy with its horse
A sportive or unbecoming trick; a frolic
To furnish with apparatus or gear; to fit with tackling
General : Vehicle you commonly use to transport your ATV
What you would think of as 'The Parachute' in the phrase 'To Wear a Parachute' Consists of a Harness, Container, Main Parachute, Reserve Parachute and the means of deploying each parachute
1) A combination of sails and spars 2) To prepare the rig before sailing
formation of masts, spars, sails, etc , on a vessel
equip with sails, masts, etc ; "rig a ship"
noun A horse drawn buggy, surrey, or wagon
Regionally Important Geological and Geomorphological Site: a site containing important geological or geomorphological  features in the regional context (see Section 4 0, Natural Environment)
to furnish a ship with its masts and sails (gréer)
The special apparatus used for drilling oil wells
odd or fanciful clothing
a set of clothing (with accessories); "his getup was exceedingly elegant"
Dress; esp
Overhead apparatus with a belt, ropes, pulleys and fittings allowing the coach to provide remote support for a move whilst learning
To dress; to equip; to clothe, especially in an odd or fanciful manner; commonly followed by out
The general term used to describe a yacht's mast and sail combination
Skydiver slang for the entire parachute, including main and reserve canopies and the harness/container
A blast of wind
1 The arrangement of a boat's sails, masts, and rigging; 2 To put in proper order for working or use
Container, main parachute, reserve parachute & usually an AAD
A rig is a truck or lorry that is made in two or more sections which are joined together by metal bars, so that the vehicle can turn more easily. see also rigging
"rig a ship" connect or secure to; "They rigged the bomb to the ignition" manipulate in a fraudulent manner; "rig prices" arrange the outcome of by means of deceit; "rig an election
manipulate in a fraudulent manner; "rig prices"
A combination of sails and spars
A ridge
The arrangement of masts, spars, and sails on a sailing vessel
The peculiar fitting in shape, number, and arrangement of sails and masts, by which different types of vessels are distinguished; as, schooner rig, ship rig, etc
rig out
to provide with equipment/gear
rig pig
A worker on an oil rig; a roughneck

You are truly a fucking champion and thank you for bringing a smile to a rig pig's wife!.

Rig-Veda
the first of the four holy books of the Veda, which contains prayers and hymns to gods in the Hindu religion
rig out
put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
rig up
erect or construct, especially as a temporary measure; "Can he rig up a P A system?"
rig up
erect or construct, especially as a temporary measure; "Can he rig up a P
rig up
If you rig up a device or structure, you make it or fix it in place using any materials that are available. Election officials have rigged up speakers to provide voters with music
rig up
system?
rig-veda
a Veda consisting of a collection of Hindu poems dating from before 2000 BC
Bermuda rig
A sailing rig consisting of a single stayed mast with a fore-and-aft rigged mainsail on a boom and a jib or genoa on the forestay
Marconi rig
Bermuda rig
big rig
A large truck, an 18-wheeler

Driving on the interstate at night, you will see less traffic, but more big rigs.

gaff rig
a sailing rig that has a fore-and-aft sail supported by a spar called a gaff
jury-rig
To make an improvised rigging or assembly from whatever is available
jury-rig
To create a makeshift, ad hoc solution from resources at hand
jury-rig
An improvised rigging
oil rig
A rig, consisting of platform and machinery, used to drill for oil and other petroleum products like natural gas
rigged
Simple past tense and past participle of rig
rigger
One who rigs or dresses; one whose occupation is to fit the rigging of a ship
rigger
A part of a rowing boat's equipment used to provide leverage for a rowing blade or oar around a fixed fulcrum
rigging
Present participle of rig
rigger
{n} one who rigs, dresses or adorns
rigging
{n} the ropes and tackling of a ship
piling rig
(Mühendislik) A piling rig is high efficient piling equipment with big caliber and is widely used in the groundwork project construction in the fields such as high building, railway, road, irrigation works, civic building, etc. It can be configured with different drilling tool such as short helix bucket for dry condition, rotate bucket for wet condition, special drill head for terrane. It has some characteristics such as big engine power, big torque, high working efficiency, flexible movement, etc. and is widely used in different kinds of piling project
Bermuda rig
A fore-and-aft rig distinguished by a tall triangular mainsail and a sharply raked mast, widely used on cruising and racing vessels. Also called Marconi rig
bermuda rig
a rig of triangular sails for a yacht
cat rig
The rig of a catboat
cat rig
rig of a catboat
drill rig
rig used in drilling for oil or gas
drilling rig
The surface equipment used to drill for oil or gas, consisting chiefly of a derrick, a winch for lifting and lowering drill pipe, a rotary table to turn the drill pipe, and engines to drive the winch and rotary table
drilling rig
The complete machinery and structures needed for drilling a well
drilling rig
A structure, which drills wells in the bottom in order to search for oil
drilling rig
rig used in drilling for oil or gas
fore-and-aft rig
rig in which the principal sails are fore-and-aft
fore-and-aft rig
A rig on a sailing ship that has quadrilateral and triangular sails set to the fore-and-aft line and that can be trimmed to leeward
gaff rig
A rig with a fore-and-aft sail that has its upper edge supported by a gaff
gunter rig
A topmast arranged with metal bands so that it will readily slide up and down the lower mast
jackass rig
A nonstandard combination of square rig and fore-and-aft rig on a sailing ship that has two or more masts. Also called hermaphrodite rig
jury rig
{i} makeshift mast and yards
lateen-rig
the rig on a lateen-rigged sailing vessel
lighting rig
a structure that holds the lights for a stage in a theatre, at an outdoor concert etc
oil rig
An oil rig is a structure on land or in the sea that is used when getting oil from the ground. 'oil .platform a large structure on the land or in the sea, which has equipment for getting oil from under the ground
oil rig
rig used in drilling for oil or gas
oil rig
oil platform
oil-rig
machinery used to drill oil wells
rigged
Having the rigging up
rigged
pre-arranged and fixed so that the winner is decided before the competition
rigged
fitted or equipped with necessary rigging (sails and shrouds and stays etc)
rigger
A device that connects the oarlock to the shell
rigger
a long slender pointed sable brush used by artists a sailing vessel with a specified rig; "a square rigger" someone who rigs ships someone who works on an oil rig
rigger
a long slender pointed sable brush used by artists a sailing vessel with a specified rig; "a square rigger"
rigger
a long slender pointed sable brush used by artists
rigger
someone who rigs ships someone who works on an oil rig
rigger
Someone with a certificate from the FAA stating they have successfully met the requirements to be a parachute rigger
rigger
the triangular-shaped metal bar bolted onto the side of the boat, holding the oars in place
rigger
a sailing vessel with a specified rig; "a square rigger"
rigger
Its elongated shape is designed for painting minute details
rigger
{i} one who rigs; one who fits or installs sails on a sailboat; one who operates pulleys or hoisting devices
rigger
someone who works on an oil rig
rigger
said to be so called from its use by marine painters for drawing the lines of the rigging
rigger
an individual who erects and maintains scaffolding or other inspection access equipment
rigger
(or outrigger) Arm extending out from the side of the boat, it holds the pin and oarlock The device that is bolted to the body of the shell and connects to the oarlock On sweep boats, riggers are typically alternating from side to the other on adjacent seats, but it is not uncommon to see two adjacent riggers on the same side This is referred to as "tandem rigging" Variaties include "bucket rigging", "German Rigging" and "Italian Rigging"
rigger
Metal structure bolted to the shell which holds the oarlock and oar longitudinally rigid Mechanism through which the power generated by the oarsman on the oar is transmitted to the hull of the shell itself Also: the person responsible for the maintenance of the equipment in a boathouse
rigger
A framework attached to the shell and used to support the oarlock; also called an "outrigger"
rigger
someone who rigs ships
rigger
A cylindrical pulley or drum in machinery
rigger
A long slender, and pointed sable brush for making fine lines, etc
rigging
of Ship and Sails
rigging
The ropes, chains, cables and the like which support the ship's masts, spars, kingpins, cranes and the like
rigging
The wires, lines, halyards and other items used to attach the sails and spars to the boat The lines that do not have to be adjusted often are known as standing rigging The lines that are adjusted to raise, lower and trim the sails are known as running rigging
rigging
Similar supporting material for construction work
rigging
The lines in the superstructure of a ship More important on a sailing ship than on more modern warships They would hold signal flags among other things
rigging
All the dfferent wires and ropes that are used to make a sailboat work Use - "Wow nice rigging"
rigging
Gates, risers, loose pieces, etc , needed on the pattern to produce a sound casting
rigging
This refers to the technical aspects of filmmaking Rigging is the placement of lights, whether it is on the ground, from the roof, next to the catwalk above the camera line, in preparation for shooting On exterior shots the catwalks are replaced with platforms and scaffolds from which lights and lighting effects can be hung
rigging
gear consisting of ropes etc
rigging
DRess; tackle; especially Naut
rigging
Vote or ballot rigging is the act of dishonestly organizing an election to get a particular result. She was accused of corruption, of vote rigging on a massive scale
rigging
Art of adjusting the riggers of a boat in order to obtain maximum speed
rigging
(1) The art of combining and securing the proper slings and hitches to the proper pick of an object to be lifted The person responsible for this is the rigger; (2) the actual slings and equipment used in moving large objects Risk assessment: Evaluation of museum object for suitability to travel ABC- DEF- GHI- JKL- MNO- PQR- STU- VWX- YZ Updated 12-3-98 Please send comments to: the RCAAM Webmaster
rigging
the ropes, chains, etc
rigging
Wire cables, rods, lines, hardware and other equipment that support and control the mast and spars
rigging
The system of ropes, chains, and tackle used to support and control the masts, sails, and yards of a ship
rigging
gear consisting of ropes etc supporting a ship's masts and sails
rigging
Cables, blocks, and other equipment used in yarding logs
rigging
The shrouds, stays and ropes of a vessel
rigging
The adjustment and alteration of accessories (riggers, foot-stretchers, oar, etc ) in and on the shell Examples of rigging adjustments that can be made are the height of the rigger, location of the foot-stretchers, location and height of the oarlocks, location of the button (or collar) on the oar and the pitch of the blade of the oar
rigging
formation of masts, spars, sails, etc , on a vessel
rigging
On a ship, the rigging is the ropes which support the ship's masts and sails. all the ropes, posts, and chains that hold up a ship's sails
rigging
The riggin is the terms used to describe the place that the riders hang onto when riding the bull or the horse that they will ride It is fastened around their body over top of their withers
rigging
A general term applying to all lines, stays and shrouds necessary for spars and sails
rigging
A general term applying to all lines, shrouds, and stays necessary to spars and sails Standing rigging refers to
rigging
{i} ropes and chains used to support and operate the sails and masts of a ship; equipment used to support or lift heavy objects
rigging
The general term for all the lines (ropes) of a vessel
rigging
all the lines on the dogs and sled
rigging
divided into two parts; Standing rigging which is permanently secured and not movable (ie secures the mast); and Running rigging which pulls up the sails and adjusts the sails' shape
rigging
that support the masts and spars of a vessel, and serve as purchases for adjusting the sails, etc
rigging
supporting a ship's masts and sails
rigging
The wires, lines, halyards, and other items used to attach the sails and the spars to the boat The lines that do not have to be adjusted often are known as standing rigging The lines that are adjusted to raise, lower, and trim the sails are known as running rigging
rigging
The general term for all the lines of a vessel
rigs
third-person singular of rig
rigs
plural of rig
test rig
testing device, apparatus used in experiments
rig