alp

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Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
alp; hero
Alp; Alpine
brave, heroic
{i} alp
{i} hero
Alp Dağları
Alpler the Alps
Alp dağları
Alps

Visitors to Switzerland admire the Alps. - İsviçre'ye gelen ziyaretçiler Alp dağlarına hayran kalırlar.

Alp iklimi
Alpine climate
Alp isketesi
(Tabiat Doğa) (kuş, Fam: ispinozgiller) citril finch
Alp kıvrımı
Alpine folding
alp gülü
(Tabiat Doğa) (bitki, Fam: fundagiller,halenciye) [syn.: alp gülü, rododendron] rhododendron
alp şarkıcı kuşu
(Tabiat Doğa) (kuş, Fam: şarkıcı kuşları) [syn.: alp şarkıcı kuşu, büyük dağbülbülü] alpine accentor
Alpler
{i} Alps

The Alps are in the center of Europe. - Alpler Avrupa'nın merkezindedir.

We showed him some pictures of the Alps. - Biz ona Alpler'in bazı resimlerini gösterdik.

Alpler
mountain range in southern Europe stretching from southern Germany through Austria and Switzerland down to Italy and southern France
Alpler
the Alps
kuzey alp disiplini
Nordic combined
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Australian Labor Party
A very high mountain. Specifically, one of the Alps, the highest chain of mountains in Europe
Specifically, in the plural, the highest chain of mountains in Europe, containing the lofty mountains of Switzerland, etc
A European skier's shout for assistance
Annual Leave Payoff Earnings type used when paying the first 240 hours of terminal annual leave for classified staff These earnings are subject to PERS deductions
airport layout plan
Alkaline phosphatase
Articulated Loading Platform
Army Long-Range Plan
Australian Labour Party
any high mountain
The Adrian renegade, a Venetian by extraction, who forswore the Christian faith to become a commander in the Turkish army He led the host to the siege of Corinth, while that country was under the dominion of the Doge He loved Francesca, daughter of Minotti, governor of Corinth, but she died of a broken heart because he deserted his country and was an apostate The renegade was shot in the siege - Byron: Siege of Corinth
Allied Logistic Publication
a gentle slope above the steep sides of a glaciated valley
{i} high mountain
A bullfinch
Fig
A very high mountain
Something lofty, or massive, or very hard to be surmounted
Alp-Arslan
born 1030 died November? 1072/January 1073 Second sultan of the Seljq dynasty, who added Georgia, Armenia, and much of Anatolia to his domains of Khorsn and western Iran. He preferred conquest to governing and left the administration of his empire to his famous vizier, Nizm al-Mulk. In 1071 his victory over the Byzantine Empire at the Battle of Manzikert opened the door for the eventual Turkish conquest of Anatolia. He died a year later when mortally wounded by a prisoner during a quarrel
Alps
A mountain range in Western Europe, running from France to Austria, with its highest peak Mont Blanc at 4808 meters
Alps
A mountain system of south-central Europe, about 805 km (500 mi) long and 161 km (100 mi) wide, curving in an arc from the Riviera on the Mediterranean Sea through northern Italy and southeast France, Switzerland, southern Germany, and Austria and into the northwest part of the Balkan Peninsula. The highest peak is Mont Blanc, 4,810.2 m (15,771 ft), on the French-Italian border. a range of mountains which go through France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Austria. Many people visit the Alps to ski. Mountain system, south-central Europe. The Alps extend in a crescent about 750 mi (1,200 km) from the Mediterranean coast between France and Italy to Vienna and cover more than 80,000 sq mi (207,000 sq km). Several peaks rise above 10,000 ft (3,000 m); the highest is Mont Blanc. The Alps form a divide between the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Black Sea and give rise to several major European rivers, including the Rhône, Danube, and Po. Glaciers cover about 1,500 sq mi (3,900 sq km), mostly at elevations above 10,000 ft (3,000 m). The Saint Gotthard Pass is one of the Alps's notable tunnels. Grenoble, Innsbruck, and Bolzano are major Alpine cities. Australian Alps Bernese Alps Julian Alps Lepontine Alps Rhaetian Alps Southern Alps
Alps
{i} mountain range in southern Europe stretching from southern Germany through Austria and Switzerland down to Italy and southern France
alps
plural of alp
alps
a large mountain system in south-central Europe; scenic beauty and winter sports make them a popular tourist attraction
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
Yiğit, kahraman
Pazu kuvveti
Süngü
Yiğit, cesur
alp alabalığı
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kemikli balıklardan, alabalıkgiller (Salmonidae) familyasından, boyu 90 cm, ağırlığı 4 kg olabilen, Avrupa ve Asya sularında yaşayan bir tür
sedat alp
önemli bir Hitit yerleşimi olan Konya'daki Karahöyük'te yaklaşık otuz yıl boyunca kazılar yapmış, ayrıca Hititlerin yasaları, sanatları ve toplumsal yapıları konusundaki araştırmalarıyla tanınmış arkeoloğumuz
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yüksek dağ

Mont Blanc Alpler'de en yüksek dağdır. - The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps.

(Askeri) Müttefik Lojistik Yayınları (Allied Logistic Publication)
yüksek da

Mont Blanc Alpler'de en yüksek dağdır. - The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps.

{i} alp
Alps
{i} Alp dağları

İsviçre'ye gelen ziyaretçiler Alp dağlarına hayran kalırlar. - Visitors to Switzerland admire the Alps.

Alps
{i} Alpler

Bu Alplerin bir manzarasıdır. - This is a view of the Alps.

Alpler Avrupa'nın merkezindedir. - The Alps are in the center of Europe.

alps
Alp dağlar

İsviçre'ye gelen ziyaretçiler Alp dağlarına hayran kalırlar. - Visitors to Switzerland admire the Alps.

alp

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ 'alp ] (noun.) 15th century. From Alps French Alpes Latin Alpes *alb-

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