rod

listen to the pronunciation of rod
İngilizce - Türkçe
çubuk

Yeni perde çubuklarına ihtiyacımız var. - We need new curtain rods.

(Tıp) Çomak
çük
(Kimya) cam çubuk
sopa
asa

Asansörle üçüncü kata çıktım. - I rode the elevator to the third level.

Asansörde Tom'la yukarı çıktım. - I rode up in the elevator with Tom.

kamış
(Aİ) tabanca
baston
sırık
değnek
{i} kol
falaka değneği
{i} dayak
{i} ince dal
{i} kamış [arg.]
{i} filiz
{i} güç
{i} çük [arg.]
{i} tabanca [amer.]
{i} penis
(Biyoloji) rod
connecting rod oto piston kolu
{i} (demirden/ağaçtan yapılmış) çubuk: stadia rod stadya
sopa/çubuk
beş metrelik uzunluk ölçüsü
revolver
(Otomotiv) biyel
demir çubuk
biyeli
rotun
tabanca
rot
fishing rod
olta

Mağazada yeni bir uzun balık oltası var. - There’s a new long fishing rod in the shop.

Tom her zaman arabasında bir olta tutar. - Tom always keeps a fishing rod in his car.

rod aerial
çubuk anten
rod antenna
çubuk anten
rod mill
çubuklu kırıcı
rod oil
yol yağı
rod balance
Otomobilde piston kolu ayarı
rod coupling
rod bağlantısı
rod horse
çubuk at
rod iron
çubuk demir
rod like
çubuk gibi
rod-shaped
çubuk şeklinde
rod-shaped
çubuksu
rod bench
demirci tezgahı
rod bit
tij ucu
rod dray
tij sürtünmesi
rod filling
(Nükleer Bilimler) çubuk doldurma
rod guide
çubuk kılavuzu
rod man
(Askeri) STADYACI, MİRACI: Haritacılıkta ve yer ölçmede, mesafeleri ölçmeye yarayan ve üzerinde taksimat veya işaretler bulunan belirli uzunluktaki stadya veya miraları tutan şahıs
rod man
(Askeri) çubukçu
rod man
(Askeri) miracı
rod man
(Askeri) stadyacı
rod pattern control system
(Nükleer Bilimler) çubuk düzeni kontrol sistemi
rod reflector
cubuk yansitici
rod sag
tij eğilmesi
rod seal
(Otomotiv) rod keçesi
rod steel
çubuk çelik
rod system
çubuk sistemi
rod teaseling machine
(Tekstil) sopalı şardon makinesi
earth rod
Toprakalama kazığı
anchor rod
(Otomotiv) akupleman çubuğu
boning rod
jalon
distribution rod
tevzi demiri
distribution rod
dağıtma demiri
fuel rod
(Çevre,Teknik) yakıt çubuğu
golden rod
(Arılık) altın başak
ground rod
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) topraklama çubuğu
guide rod
direksiyon rotu
guide rod
kılavuz şandeli
hot rod
(Otomotiv) yarış otosu
hot rod
(Otomotiv) yarış arabası
hot rod
(Otomotiv) yüksek performans
joint rod
direksiyon alt rotili
joint rod
çatal rotili
joint rod
rot başı
lightning rod
yıldırımlık
push rod
(Otomotiv) supap iticisi
range rod
jalon
remote control rod
(Otomotiv) uzaktan kumanda çubuğu
reverse locking rod
geri vites kilitleme çubuğu
rods
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rodlar
shift rod
(Otomotiv) vites çubuğu
shift rod
(Otomotiv) vites değiştirme mili
shift rod
gergi demiri
shift rod
(Otomotiv) vites kolu
side rod
yan çubuk
sucker rod
at başı
the rod
(Otomotiv) sevk çubuğu
the rod
(Otomotiv) rot
threaded rod
dişli rod
threaded rod
dişli çubuk
threaded rod
dişli mil
tie rod
dişli mil
tie rod
bağlama çubuğu
tie rod
(Askeri) bağlantı kolu
welding rod
(Askeri,Teknik) kaynak elektrodu
wire rod
filmaşin
Spare the rod and spoil the child
Kızını dövmeyen dizini döver
adjusting rod
ayar çubuğu
anchor rod
ankraj çubuğu
brake pull rod
fren çekme kolu
brake regulator control rod
fren regülatör çubuğu
brake rod
eğleç çubuğu
brake rod
fren çubuğu
carburettor control rod
karbüratör kumanda çubuğu
carburettor rod
karbüratör çubuğu
clutch pedal rod
debriyaj pedalı kumanda çubuğu
connecting rod
piston kolu
connecting rod
bağlama çubuğu
control rod
kontrol çubuğu
coupling rod
bağlama çubuğu
curtain rod
perde rayı
curtain rod
korniş
dielectric rod antenna
dielektrik çubuk anten
eccentric rod
eksantrik kolu
fishing rod
olta kamışı
glass rod
cam çubuk
grate rod
ızgara çubuğu
hollow rod
delikli burgu çubuğu
hot rod
hızlı yarış otomobili
hot rod
yarış otomobili
lightning rod
yıldırımsavar
lightning rod
paratoner

Bu bina bir paratonere sahip. - This building has a lightning rod.

make a rod for one's own back
başını belaya sokmak
master connecting rod
ana bağlantı çubuğu
measuring rod
ölçü değneği
measuring rod
ölçü çubuğu
metal rod
metal çubuk
piston rod
piston kolu
power control rod
güç ayar çubuğu
pump rod
pompa çubuğu
pump rod
pompa kolu
push rod
itici mil
push rod
itme çubuğu
regulating rod
ayar çubuğu
rule with a rod of iron
gözünün yaşına bakmamak
safety rod
güvenirlik çubuğu
safety rod
emniyet çubuğu
scram rod
güvenlik çubuğu
sounding rod
sondaj çubuğu
steering rod
direksiyon rodu
steering tie rod
akupleman çubuğu
tappet rod
itici çubuk
tie rod
gergi çubuğu
track rod
palet mili
valve rod
supap kolu
valve rod
supap mili
absorbing rod
kontrol çubuğu, denetim çubuğu
connecting rod big end
biyel kafası
connecting rod bolt
biyel civatasi
connecting rod shank
biyel gövdesi
crank-rod mechanism
Doğrusal hareketi dairesel harekete, dairesel hareketi de doğrusal harekete çevirebilen mekanizma
divining rod
çubuk divining
earth rod
Topraklama çubuğu
feed rod
(Mühendislik) talas mili
ferrite rod
ferrit çubuk
ferrite rod antenna
ferrit anten
fish rod
balık çubuk
flexible rod
esnek çubuk
forked connection rod
çatallı bağlantı kolu
governor rod
regülatör çubuğu
have a pickle for rod
çubuk için turşu var
kiss the rod
cezaya boyun eğmek
newspaper rod
gazete çubuk
pendulum rod
sarkaç çubuğu
pull rod
çubuk çekme
pump rod
pompa çubuğu, pompa kolu
ram rod
ram çubuk
riding rod
çubuk sürme
slide rod
sürgü çubuğu, sürgü kolu
stair-rod
merdiven-çubuk
stay rod
tespit çubuğu, bağlama çubuğu
steel rod
çelik çubuk
stemming rod
sıkılama çubuğu
stirring rod
(Kimya) Karıştırma çubuğu
tension rod
germe çubuğu
tie rod
Bağlantı çubuğu, vagonları bağlayan çubuk
tie rod end
rot başlığı
type rod
tipi çubuk
valve push rod
supap tiji, supap itici çubuğu
welding rod
(Mühendislik) kaynak çubuğu, kaynak elektrodu
welding rod
kaynak çubuğu
adjustable stop on connecting rod
(Tekstil) bağlama çubuğu üzerinde ayarlanabilir durma topuzu
the rod
oto. rot, bağlama/sevk çubuğu
Türkçe - Türkçe
Bir binicinin yabani at ya da öküz üzerinde durabilmesine dayanan Amerikan oyunu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A nickname for the male given names Rodney and Roderick
A straight bar that unites moving parts of a machine, for holding parts together as a connecting rod or for transferring power as a drive-shaft

The engine threw a rod, and then went to pieces before our eyes, springs and coils shooting in all directions.

Short for rod cell, a rod-shaped cell in the eye that is sensitive to light

The rods are more sensitive than the cones, but do not discern color.

A stirring rod: a glass rod, typically about 6 inches to 1 foot long and 1/8 to 1/4 inch in diameter that can be used to stir liquids in flasks or beakers
A stick used to measure distance, by using its established length or task-specific temporary marks along its length, or by dint of specific graduated marks
A unit of length. Equal to a pole, a perch, ¼ chain, 5½ yards, 16½ feet, or exactly 5.0292 meters

In one of the villages I saw the next summer a cow tethered by a rope six rods long.

A stick, pole, or bundle of switches or twigs (such as a birch), used for personal defense or to administer corporal punishment by whipping
An implement held vertically and viewed through an optical surveying instrument such as a transit, used to measure distance in land surveying and construction layout; an engineer's rod, surveyor's rod, leveling rod, ranging rod. The modern engineer's or surveyor's rod commonly is eight or ten feet long and often designed to extend higher. In former times a surveyor's rod often was a single wooden pole or composed of multiple sectioned and socketed pieces, and besides serving as a sighting target was used to measure distance on the ground horizontally, hence for convenience was of one rod or pole in length, that is, 5½ yards
An implement resembling and/or supplanting a rod (particularly a cane) that is used for corporal punishment, and metonymically called the rod, regardless of its actual shape and composition
A straight, round stick, shaft, bar, cane, or staff

The circus strong man proved his strength by bending an iron rod, and then straightening it.

A unit of area equal to a square rod, 30¼ square yards or 1/160 acre

The house had a small yard of about six rods in size.

A long slender usually tapering pole used for angling; fishing rod

When I hooked a snake and not a fish, I got so scared I dropped my rod in the water.

A pistol; a gun
Any of a number of long, slender microorganisms

He applied a gram positive stain, looking for rods indicative of Listeria.

A penis; the male rod
A hot rod, an automobile or other passenger motor vehicle modified to run faster and often with exterior cosmetic alterations, especially one based originally on a pre-1940s model or (currently) denoting any older vehicle thus modified
{n} a twig, intrument of correction, perch, pose
{i} male first name (form of Roderick or Rodney)
given name, male
A length of solid glass of a consistent diameter
- Record of Decision
Short for hot rod, a car modified to run faster, especially one based on a pre-1940s model
a connecting bar
A graduated staff used in determining the difference in elevation between two points The two most common types of rods are the Philadelphia Rod, graduated in feet and hundredths of a foot, and a California Rod, graduated in feet, inches, and eights of an inch
Record of decision, a written decision that identifies the selected method for long-term cleanup of contamination at a site
[top] A way of measuring distance when portaging a canoe Most people accept that a rod is 16 feet, or one canoe length
Surveyor's post, clearly and distinctively marked with metres, decimetres and centimetres, used with a level (e g dumpy level) to measure distances, and differences in elevation
A light-detecting cell in the retina, detects light and movement, but not color
a gangster's pistol
A smooth solid round bar used for the web system of a bar joist
An instrument for measuring
A straight and slender stick; a wand; hence, any slender bar, as of wood or metal (applied to various purposes)
160 feet measured in a line, a unit of measurement
A rod is a long, thin metal or wooden bar. a 15-foot thick roof that was reinforced with steel rods. see also fishing rod, lightning rod. Carew Rod eccentric and rod mechanism hot rod
A measure of length containing sixteen and a half feet; called also perch, and pole
Record of Decision A official document in which a deciding official states the alternative that will be implemented from a prepared EIS
A photosensitive receptor in the retina that helps you to see in low light
A straight, round stick, shaft or bar
a square rod of land
a rod-shaped cell in the retina that is sensitive to dim light (Morris 1992)
a linear measure of 16 5 feet
A support for a fishing line; a fish pole
a cylindrical length of glass, most often containing a simple molded design of more than one color; the basic component of a millefiori cane
An otherwise archaic unit of English measure used in specifying the length of portages A rod equals 16½ feet, with 320 rods to the mile
{i} stick, shaft; stick or bundle of twigs used for whipping; punishment; pistol (Slang)
Rod-shaped cells in the eye that are sensitive to light
An instrument of punishment or correction; figuratively, chastisement
a long thin implement made of metal or wood
A member used in tension, as for sustaining a suspended weight, or in tension and compression, as for transmitting reciprocating motion, etc
A monochrome segment of glass cut from a trail
equals 16 5 feet Used to measure portages
A long slender pole used for angling; fishing rod
Surveying instrument made of wood and graduated in feet and tenths of a foot Used with various leveling instruments to determine differences in elevation between two points
visual receptor cell sensitive to dim light
any rod-shaped bacterium a long thin implement made of metal or wood visual receptor cell sensitive to dim light
any rod-shaped bacterium
A straight bar that connects moving parts of a machine; a connecting rod
Record of Decision
A solid thin cylindrical stick of glass Process involves gathering from crucible, marvering into a rod, attaching to a pontil, and drawing into a thin rod Cut into usable sections, or ground into frit
a clear or colored, solid cylindrical length of glass
A rod is essentially a stick with precise markings on it A variety of rods are available, which have specialized markings for various tasks Refer to a surveying text for more detail
A stick, switch or rather a bundle of switches or twigs, such as a birch, used for lashing someone, especially as a corporal punishment, often metonymically called the rod, even extended regardless of the actual implement
Record of Decision A formal document that describes the selected remedies for a site or group of sites
A stick used to measure length; a measuring rod
A unit of length. Equal to a pole, a perch, ¼ chain or 5½ yards
A kind of sceptor, or badge of office; hence, figuratively, power; authority; tyranny; oppression
gun
by
rod cell
Any of the cylindrical photoreceptor cells in the retina that function in dim light levels
rod cells
plural form of rod cell
rod for one's back
The means of one's own punishment or downfall

I can't get over how you parents let your children run riot over you. There must be some discipline in this surely, otherwise you will make a rod for your back when they get older.

rod for one's breech
Alternative form of rod for one's back
rod for one's own back
Alternative form of rod for one's back
rod for one's own breech
Alternative form of rod for one's back

would have cheated him; but it prov'd he only made a rod for his own breech, and what he intended to him, was fallen upon himself.

rod iron
Common misspelling of wrought iron
rod-shaped
Specifically, describing a form of bacterium

The rod-shaped E. coli phages share a common host range with the RNA-containing E. coli phages, a coincidence which probably unites unrelated viruses.

rod-shaped
Shaped like a rod; long and cylindrical

In western Nevada at the southern end of Lake Winnemucca a rod-shaped atlatl with weight and engaging hook still attached was discovered around 1961.

Rod Carew
in full Rodney Cline Carew born Oct. 1, 1945, Gatún, Pan. Panamanian-born U.S. baseball player. Carew moved from Panama to New York City in 1962, where he learned sandlot ball. Playing for the Minnesota Twins (1967-78), he became one of the great hitters of the modern era and led the American League in batting seven times between 1969 and 1978. His highest average was .388, in 1977. He was traded in 1979 to the California (later Anaheim) Angels and retired in 1986 with a lifetime batting average of .328
Rod Laver
born Aug. 9, 1938, Rockhampton, Queen., Austl. Australian tennis player. He joined Australia's Davis Cup team when he was 18 years old and remained on the squad until 1962. Nicknamed "Rocket," he became the second male player (after Don Budge) to win the grand slam (1962) and the first to repeat the feat (1969). He turned professional in 1963 and in 1971 became the first tennis player to surpass $1 million in career prize money
Rod Serling
born Dec. 25, 1924, Syracuse, N.Y., U.S. died June 28, 1975, Rochester, N.Y. U.S. television writer and producer. He began his career in radio but soon shifted to television, becoming a freelance screenwriter in 1953. He wrote teleplays for series such as Kraft Television Theater, Studio One, and Playhouse 90, including Requiem for a Heavyweight (1956, Emmy Award). He created, narrated, and was the main writer of the famous supernatural series The Twilight Zone (1959-65) and narrated the similar series Night Gallery (1970-73). He also wrote screenplays, often based on his television scripts, such as Patterns (1956) and The Rack (1956). He was coauthor of The Planet of the Apes (1968)
Rod Stewart
(born 1945) English popular singer and songwriter
rod-shaped
formed like a bacillus
rod-shaped
resembling a rod
Aaron's rod
Any of various plants with a tall flowering stem; especially the great mullein, or hag-taper, and the golden-rod
Aaron's rod
A rod with one serpent twined around it, as used by Aaron (differing from the caduceus of Mercury, which has two serpents)
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod
the sergeant-at-arms in the House of Lords
connecting rod
Any rod, in an engine, that transmits power or motion, especially one that connects a reciprocating shaft to a rotating wheel, in reciprocating engines connects piston to crankshaft
divining rod
rod used for dowsing, a technique of divination used to locate subterranean sources of water, metal, other mineral resources or even various other things through magic, or according to many believers a natural phenomenon
dowsing rod
Alternative name for a divining rod
fishing rod
A rod, often made in sections, which carries a line used for angling and is used to support both the line and the reel and to cast the line
hot rod
A car modified to run faster, especially one based on a pre-1960s model
lightning rod
A person or thing that is a target for negative reactions and distracts criticism from another target
lightning rod
A metallic conductor that is attached to a high point of a building and leads to the ground and protects the building from damage by lightning
male rod
A rod, as a euphemism for a phallus, mainly used for humans

Some SM couples love to get rigid male rods whenever the top wields a punitive rod on the bottom's obediently presented bottom before putting his male rod to intimate use.

piston rod
a rod or bar in an engine that connects a piston to a crosshead
rat rod
A style of hot rod or custom car that imitates or exaggerates the hot rods of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. It is distinct from the "traditional" hot rod, which is an accurate re-creation or period-correct restoration of a hot rod from the same era
spare the rod and spoil the child
If one does not discipline a child, he will never learn obedience and good manners
square rod
a unit of area used for measuring small quantities of land. Equal in size to a square with sides 1 rod in length. Equal to 30¼ square yards or 1/160 acre. Sometimes known, simply, as a rod
square rod
a solid, elongated bar whose shape is a square prism

A square rod could be made of acrylic, nylon, wood, or brass.

tie rod
Either of a pair of rods that link the steering mechanism to the front wheel or axle of some vehicles
tie rod
A slender metal rod used to support or reinforce part of a structure
drill rod
(Mühendislik) A high-grade steel used in tools and dies that is made by fusing low-carbon steel with charcoal or cast iron. Formerly prepared in a graphite crucible, it is now produced in an electric furnace. Also called crucible steel and drill rod
control rod
a steel or aluminum rod that can be moved up or down to control the rate of the nuclear reaction
lightning rod
a metallic conductor that is attached to a high point and leads to the ground; protects the building from destruction by lightning someone who is a frequent target of negative reactions and serves to distract attention from another
rods
Rods are microscopic sence organs in the retina of the eye that are sensetive to dim light
rods
Records of Decisions
rods
Photoreceptor cells located in the retina and very responsive to low levels of light
rods
plural of rod
rods
Cells of the eye associated with vision in dim light
rods
the long rod-shaped photosensitive receptors in the retina XE "retina"  responsive to faint light
rods
Highly specialized cylindrical segments of the visual cells containing rhodopsin; together with the retinal cones, they form the light-sensitive elements of the retina
rods
A connecting element used to transmit actuating/operating force between handles, linkages and latches
rods
Retinal receptors that respond to low levels of luminance but cannot distinguish hues Not present in the center of the fovea region
rods
= The visible collection of the chromosomes which form just before a cell devides in half Discovered after the invention of the light microscope
rods
light-sensitive cells located in the peripheral (side) areas of the retina They are responsible for detecting movement, shape, light and dark The visual picture provided by rods is in black and white
rods
Thin, cylindrical receptor cells in the retina that are highly sensitive to light
rods
A subtype of photoreceptor found in the vertebrate retina Rods are more sensitive to light than cones are responsible for vision under dim illumination
rods
The 125 million cells located outside the center of the retina that transduce light waves into neural impulses, thereby coding information about light and dark (p 112)
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Biyoloji) rod
rod başlığı parçaları
end assembly
rod keçesi
(Otomotiv) rod seal
rod