coasting

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kabotaj
kıyı seyri
{i} yokuş aşağı koyverme
{i} kızakla kayma
argo uyuşturucu ilâç tesirinde
kaymak
kendi kendine gitmek
coast
deniz kıyısı
coast
kıyı

Otelimiz kıyıya bakar. - Our hotel faces the coast.

Onun kulübesi kıyıda. - His cottage is on the coast.

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{i} sahil

Yaz tatilimiz için sahile gittik. - We went to the coast for our summer vacation.

Sahil boyunca araba sürmek harika. - Driving along the coast is wonderful.

coast
{i} deniz kenarı

Paul'un ailesi yaz mevsimini her yıl deniz kenarında geçiriyor. - Paul's family spends the summer at the coast every year.

coasting trade
kabotaj
coasting trade
sahil ticareti
coasting vessel
sahil gemisi
coasting flight
(Askeri) KAZANILMIŞ HIZLA UÇUŞ (HV.): Bir roket füzesi veya diğer aracın, bir kata ait yakıt tükenme veya çekiş kesme (thrust cutoff) anı ile diğer katın ateşlenmesi anı arasında veya yakıt tükenme (burnout) anı ile uçuş yolu tepe yüksekliği (summit alltitude) ya da (füze düz bir hat halinde uçuşa bağlanmışsa) azami menzil arasındaki uçuşu
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Uçak sahilden ayrılırken düz uçuşa geçmeden önce hızla yükseldi. - The plane rose sharply before leveling off as it left the coast.

coast
beleşten ilerlemek
coast
{f} pedal çevirmeden bisiklet sürmek
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kızakla yokuştan kayma
coast
vites boşta gitmek
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yanaşmak
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(Askeri) kenar

Paul'un ailesi yaz mevsimini her yıl deniz kenarında geçiriyor. - Paul's family spends the summer at the coast every year.

coast
yuvarlanmak
coast
kıyı boyunca gitmek
coast
yokuştan kızakla kayma
coast
kızakla kayılabilecek yokuş
coast
yokuş aşağı inmek
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kızak için uygun yokuş
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sahili
coast
sahil şeridi
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yokuş aşağı salıvermek
coast
sahil boyunca gitmek
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kızakla yokuştan kaymak
coast
kıyı boyu limanlar arasında ticaret yapmak
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coastline kıyı boyu
coast
kayak yapmak için uygun yokuş
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{f} (kayakla/bisikletle) yokuş aşağı kaymak/inmek
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kıyıdan

Ada kıyıdan yaklaşık iki mil uzaklıktadır. - The island is about two miles off the coast.

Kasaba, kıyıdan iki mil uzaktadır. - The town is two miles away from the coast.

coast
sahil,v.yuvarlan: n.kıyı
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off the coast of sahillerine yakın
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coast artillery sahil topçusu
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Ki
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Coast Guard sahil muhafızı
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kıyı boyunca

Kıyı boyunca geçici kamplar yaptılar. - They made temporary camps along the coast.

coast
{f} den. kıyı boyunca gitmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{n} a sailing near land, or from port to port in the same dominions
present participle of coast
Sailing along or near a coast, or running between ports along a coast
A sailing along a coast, or from port to port; a carrying on a coasting trade
{s} pertaining to sailing trip along a coast; carrying on a coasting trade
{i} sailing trip along a coast; a carrying on a coasting trade; sliding down the hill
Sliding down hill; sliding on a sled upon snow or ice
coasting trade
{i} trade between ports along the same coast of the same country
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A region of land; a district or country

P. Crescentius, in his lib. 1 de agric. cap. 5, is very copious in this subject, how a house should be wholesomely sited, in a good coast, good air, wind, etc.

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Applied to human behavior, to make a minimal effort, to continue to do something in a routine way. This implies lack of initiative and effort
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The side or edge of something
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To glide along without adding energy

When I ran out of gas, fortunately I managed to coast into a nearby gas station.

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To sail along a coast
coast
The edge of the land where it meets the sea; the shoreline or oceanfront
coast
A region of the air or heavens

the learned Merlin, well could tell, / Vnder what coast of heauen the man did dwell .

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{v} to sail along the coast, to sail near to
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{n} a man's upper garment, the upper covering of animals, any covering or integument
Coast
costa
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To draw near to; to approach; to keep near, or by the side of
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Cache memory is generally hard-wired to the system board However, you can often add to or upgrade your systems cache by inserting a cache memory module into a socket on the motherboard These modules are called Cache On A Stick, or COAST modules
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Cache On A Stick Coast modules were used to upgrade a motherboard's L2 cache and Tag memory on some socket 7 and older motherboards
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The exterior line, limit, or border of a country; frontier border
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To sail by or near the shore
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that geographic area west of the Cascade Mountains, as officially delineated by the Cascade Mountains Administrative Line through British Columbia from Washington state to Alaska, including the lower Fraser River area south of Hell's Gate (south of Boston Bar), taking in the Coquihalla, Silverhope, and Skagit River drainages lying east of the line, but excluding the portions of the Kalum Forest District and Cariboo Forest Region lying west of the line
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Computer Operations, Audit, and Security Technology - a multiple project, multiple investigator laboratory of computer security research at the Computer Sciences Department of Purdue University COAST colaborates with corporations regarding real-world information security issues
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n pantai
coast
{i} seashore; slope
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land along the sea
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To sail by or near; to follow the coast line of
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The shoreline or oceanfront
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Module name for the coverage analyser tool, located in the Tools application
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the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it; "his slide didn't stop until the bottom of the hill"; "the children lined up for a coast down the snowy slope"
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Cache on a stick Coast modules are used to upgrade a motherboard's L2 cache and Tag memory on some socket 7 and older motherboards
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the area within view; "the coast is clear" a slope down which sleds may coast; "when it snowed they made a coast on the golf course" move effortlessly; by force of gravity
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{f} move alongside of; sail alongside a coast; slide or run downhill; skate or ski; move under acquired momentum
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Computer Operations, Audit, and Security Technology - is a multiple project, multiple investigator laboratory in computer security research in the Computer Sciences Department at Purdue University It functions with close ties to researchers and engineers in major companies and government agencies Its research is focused on real-world needs and limitations, with a special focus on security for legacy computing systems
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To conduct along a coast or river bank
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land beside the sea
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A strip of land of indefinite length and width (may be tens of kilometers) that extends from the seashore inland to the first major change in terrain features
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Aghezdis Aberdi
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the shore of a sea or ocean
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the area within view; "the coast is clear"
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If you say that the coast is clear, you mean that there is nobody around to see you or catch you. You can come out now,' he called. `The coast is clear. She's gone.'. or shore Broad area of land that borders the sea. The coastlines of the world's continents measure about 193,000 mi (312,000 km). They have undergone shifts in position and changes in shape over geologic time because of substantial changes in the relative levels of land and sea. Other factors that alter coasts are erosion processes such as wave action and weathering, deposition of rock debris by currents, and tectonic activity. Coastal features result largely from the interaction and relative intensity of these processes, though the type and structure of the underlying rocks also play a part. Gold Coast Barbary Coast coast guard Coast Ranges Pacific Coast Ranges Ivory Coast Malabar Coast Mosquito Coast Miskito Coast Northwest Coast Indian United States Coast Guard French Shore Shore Temple
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To sail from port to port in the same country
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To slide down hill; to slide on a sled, upon snow or ice
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move effortlessly; by force of gravity
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The side of a thing
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a slope down which sleds may coast; "when it snowed they made a coast on the golf course"
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The coast is an area of land that is next to the sea. Camp sites are usually situated along the coast, close to beaches. the west coast of Scotland
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If a vehicle coasts somewhere, it continues to move there with the motor switched off, or without being pushed or pedalled. I switched off the engine and coasted round the corner
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The place where the land meets the sea
coast
To draw or keep near; to approach
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To move forward or backward without using effort for more speed or power
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The seashore, or land near it
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The land or zone adjoining a large body of water (rivage)
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