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Koridor tarafında oturabilir miyim? - Could I sit on the aisle?

Onlar koridorda iki numarada. - They're in aisle two.

sıralar arası yol
(Askeri) ARAYOL: Açık ve kapalı depolamada, malzeme istifleri arasında gidiş geliş için ayrılan yol. Arayol çeşitleri şunlardır: (main aisle: ana arayol, büyük arayol), (transportation aisle: nakliyat arayolu), (fire aisle: yangın arayolu) veya (access aisle: özel arayol)
{i} ara yol
(Askeri) dar geçit
iki sıra koltuk arasında uzanan yol
koltuk aralarındaki yol
yan taraf
{i} bina kolu
{i} yapı uzantısı
(Mimarlık) yan sahın (orta sahından daha az yüksek) geçit (sıralar arasında)
aisle seat
koridorda koltuk
main aisle
(Askeri) ana koridor
central aisle
Orta nef
walk down the aisle
aşağı koridorda yürüyüş
access aisle
(Askeri) ÖZEL ARA YOL: Merdiven, yangın söndürme tesisatı vesaire gibi sabit tesislere götüren veya malzemenin nakliyat ara yollarından götürülüp getirilmesi için kullanılan ara yollar. Buna, "fire aisle" de denir. Ayrıca bakınız: "aisle"
cross aisle
(Askeri) ÇAPRAZ ARAYOL: Genel olarak arayolları dik açı ile kesen ve ikmal maddeleri ile malzemenin nakli personelin gidiş gelişi için faydalanılan arayollar. Ayrıca bakınız: "aisle"
fire aisle
(Askeri) YANGIN ARAYOLU: Bak. "aisle" ve "access"
i'd like an aisle seat, please
koridorda koltuk rica ediyorum
in which aisle can i find coffee
hangi koridorda kahve bulabilirim
main aisle
(Askeri) ANA ARAYOL, ANA KORİDOR: Bak. "aisle"
transportation aisle
(Askeri) ULAŞTIRMA ARA YOLU: İkmal maddelerinin depo içinde nakline elverişli ana ve çapraz yollar. Bak. "aisle"
transportation aisle
(Askeri) ulaştırma ara yolu
would you like a window or an aisle seat
pencere kenarı mı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A wing of a building, notably in a church separated from the nave proper by piers
A clear corridor in a supermarket with shelves on both sides containing goods for sale
Any path through an otherwise obstructed space
A clear path through rows of seating
The aisle is used in expressions such as walking down the aisle to refer to the activity of getting married. He was in no hurry to walk down the aisle
{n} a walk in a church, the wing of a choir
part of a church, parallel to and divided by piers or columns from the nave, choir or transept
In church architecture, the long open spaces parallel to the nave
In a church, this is the passageway between rows of seats or pews
covered burial place annexed to a church
passageway, as in: When I travel by air, I usually get an aisle seat
a side passage in a church that is divided by a row of pillars from the nave in the centre
(pronounce ile) The north and south wings of a church Latin, ala (axilla, ascella), through the French, aile, a wing In German the nave of a church is schiff, and the aisle flügel (a wing) In some church documents the aisles are called alleys (walks), and hence the nave is still sometimes called the "middle aisle" or alley The choir of Lincoln Cathedral used to be called the "Chanters' alley;" and Olden tells us that when he came to be churchwarden, in 1638, he made the Puritans "come up the middle alley on their knees to the raile "
The portion of a church flanking the nave and seperated from it by a row of columns or piers In general, the space between the arcade and an outer wall
1 In Christian architecture: an aisle is a division of a church, usually flanking the nave on each side and divided from it by columns or piers; it runs parallel to the main areas - nave, choir and transept - and is (typically in cathedrals) separated from them by an arcade 2 In Midwestern vernacular usage, an aisle is the linear empty passageway or path between rows of pews or chairs; typically, there are three: one in the center and two more at the left and right sides of the seating area(s) 3 The word originally described sections of a church building added on as wings (from the French aile ) to the sides of the long, central area, or nave
a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)
the longitudinal space usually beside and parallel to the nave and/or choir
The center passage of a church building bisecting the pews, extending from the narthex to the chancel see also: Ambulatory
A passageway running parallel to the nave in a church, separated from it by an arcade or collonade
Side passages in a church
part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns
the portion of the parking lot devoted to providing immediate access to the parking stalls The recommended aisle width is dependent on the parking angle A parking angle of 45 o requires an aisle width of 12 feet for a 9 0-foot stall, and a 90o parking angle requires an aisle width of 26 feet for a 9 0-foot stall These dimensions lead to wall to wall distances of 47 feet for 45o and 63 feet for 90o
Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from it by columns or piers; Space between arcade and outer wall
-the physical passageway used for the travel of material handling equipment and pedestrians Also, the location designation of the set of locations on either side of the physical aisle
passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores
A division of a church on either side of the nave
The center walkway of a church which divides the pews, extending from the narthex to the chancel
Space between arcade and outer wall
Improperly used also for the have; as in the phrases, a church with three aisles, the middle aisle
A lateral division of a building, separated from the middle part, called the nave, by a row of columns or piers, which support the roof or an upper wall containing windows, called the clearstory wall
An aisle is a long narrow gap that people can walk along between rows of seats in a public building such as a church or between rows of shelves in a supermarket. the frozen food aisle
passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)
Also (perhaps from confusion with alley), a passage into which the pews of a church open
{i} passage, walkway (between rows of seats)
cross the aisle
To vote, unite, or otherwise co-operate with members of another political party in order to achieve governmental or political action

It's voters who seem to want Republicans and Democrats in the next Congress to cross the aisle and try something different in Iraq.

cross the aisle
Of a member of a parliament, to resign from one's political party and join another party, resulting in moving from one's currently assigned desk or seat in the legislative chamber to a new desk or seat physically located with the other members of one's new party

After Stronach's 2005 defection to Paul Martin's Liberals . . . . t least one Tory MP openly called her a whore for crossing the aisle.

crossing the aisle
Present participle of cross the aisle
roll in the aisle
Alternative form of roll in the aisles
rolling in the aisle
Present participle of roll in the aisle
walk down the aisle
(deyim) Get married
An aisle
An aisle
plural of aisle
crossing the aisle
moving from one political party to the other for advantageous reasons