crane

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
vinç

Elbette, vinç kullanmak için bir lisans gerekli. - Of course, a license is needed to operate a crane.

Bir vinç ağır inşaat malzemelerini kaldırır. - A crane raises heavy construction materials.

{f} (boynunu) uzatmak
{f} vinç ile kaldırmak
turna gibi boynunu uzatmak
{i} turna

Turnalar büyük güzel hayvanlardır. - Cranes are big beautiful birds.

Turnalar yuvalarını kilisenin çan kulelerine yapmaya eğilimliler. - The cranes tend to make their nests in the bell towers of churches.

{i} sifon
kaldırma makinesi
boynunu uzatmak
dik durmak
katman
turna kuşu

Onun sınıf arkadaşları onunla birlikte bin tane gömülsün diye 356 turna kuşu katladı. - Her classmates folded three hundred and fifty-six cranes so that one thousand were buried with her.

Chizuko Bir turna kuşu bin yıl yaşayabilir dedi. - Chizuko said, A crane is supposed to live for one thousand years.

{f} dik dur
uzat
{f} vinçle kaldırmak
uzatmak
{i} vinç,vinç
{f} turna gibi uzanmak
crowned crane tuğlu turna
turna Grus grus
turna/vinç
Belearica pavonina demoiselle crane telli turna
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) telli turna
(Askeri,Teknik) kreyn
maçuna
vinçten
crane operator
(İnşaat) vinç operatörü
crane origami
(Bilgisayar) turna origamisi
crane arm
vinç kolu
crane fly
turna kuşu
crane helicopter
vinçli helikopter
crane hook
vinç kancası
crane truck
vinçli kamyon
crane area
vinç alan
crane bridge
vinç köprü
crane cab
Vinç kabin
crane car
Vinç araç
crane ladle
vinç kepçe
crane navvy
vinç demiryolu işçisi
crane rail
Vinç rayı
crane shot
(Film) Vinç üzerinden yapılan sinema çekimi

The images are often photographed in dreamy slow motion,with lyrical crane shots in the film Raging Bull.

crane-jib attachment
Vinç flok eki
crane beam
vinç kirişi
crane boom
(İnşaat) vinç kolu
crane bridge
(İnşaat) vinç köprüsü
crane cable
(İnşaat) vinç halatı
crane cable
(İnşaat) vinç kablosu
crane control
vinç kumandası
crane fly
tipula sineği
crane hook
vinç çengeli
crane housing
vinç gövdesi
crane one's neck
boynunu uzatmak
crane pillar
(İnşaat) vinç burnu
crane rail
kreyn yolu
crane rails
(İnşaat,Teknik) vinç rayları
crane runway
(İnşaat) vinç yolu
crane shelf
vinç rafı
crane shot
(Sinema) vinç çekimi
crane superstructure
(İnşaat) vinç üstyapısı
crane tower
(İnşaat) vinç kulesi
crane track
(İnşaat) vinç rayı
crane track
(İnşaat) vinç yolu
crawler crane
Paletli vinç
jibb crane
Pergel vinç
construction crane
(İnşaat) bina vinci
floating crane
(Askeri) maçuna
portal crane
köprülü vinç
truck crane
(Askeri) vinçli kamyon
whooping crane
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) turna
balance crane
karşı ağırlıklı vinç
breakdown crane
kurtarıcı vinç
breakdown crane
kurtarıcı vinci
bridge crane
köprü vinci
cable crane
kablo vinci
camera crane
kamera vinci
derrick crane
dikmeli vinç
hydraulic crane
hidrolik vinç
ingot crane
kütük vinci
jib crane
kollu vinç
lifting crane
vinç
mobile crane
seyyar vinç
overhead crane
yürür köprü
portal crane
liman vinci
salvage crane
kurtarma vinci
travelling crane
seyyar vinç
truck crane
kamyonlu vinç
automatic crane
otomatik vinç
basket crane
sepet vinç
goliath crane
köprülü vinç
march crane fly
yürüyüşü vinç sinek
over crane
(Endüstri) Tavam
pillar crane
ayağı vinç
pillar jib crane
ayağı flok vinç
sandhill crane
sandhill vinç
slewing crane
vinç yönlenme
tower crane
(İnşaat) Kule vinç
water crane
su vinç
whooping crane
boğmaca vinç
ammunition crane
(Askeri) cephane metaforası
ammunition crane
(Askeri) CEPHANE METAFORASI: Büyük çaplı topları doldurmak için mermi ve barut haklarının kaldırılmasında kullanılan cihaz
cargo crane
(Askeri) yük vinci
climbing crane
tırmanır vinç
derrick crane
sehpa vinç
derrick crane
derik vinç
derrick crane king post
(İnşaat) derik vinç ana direği
electric crane
elektrikli vinç
floating crane
yüzer vinç
gantry crane
(fiil)nç (seyyar)
gantry crane
vinç (seyyar)
grab crane
tırnaklı vinç
grinding crane
(Madencilik) öğütme bölümü vinci
guy derrick crane
(İnşaat) gergili derik vinç
hoisting capacity of crane
kreyn kaldırma kapasitesi
hoisting crane
(fiil)nç
hoisting crane
vinç
kit crane
parçalanmış vinç
motor crane
(Otomotiv) kurtarıcı vinçli kanyon
overhead crane
tavan vinci
overhead travelling crane
(İnşaat) gezer köprülü vinç
pillar crane
dikmeli vinç
platform crane
platform vinci
pond dock crane
(Askeri) yüzer havuz vinci
revolving crane
döner vinç
roof crane
(İnşaat) dam vinci
rotary crane
döner vinç
rough terrain container crane
(Askeri) engebeli arazi konteyner vinci
slewing cargo crane
(Ticaret) liman kargo vinci
steam crane
buharlı vinç
steam crane
istim vinci
straddle crane
dört ayaklı portal vinç
suspended crane
asılı köprü vinci
suspended crane
asılı vinç
tactical auxiliary crane ship
(Askeri) taktik yardımcı vinç gemisi
telescopic crane
teleskopik gezervinç
telescopic tower crane
teleskopik kule vinç
traveling crane
hareketli vinç
travelling tower crane
yürür kule vinç
tripod crane
üç ayaklı ceraskal
wall crane
(İnşaat) duvar vinci
wrecking crane
(İnşaat) yıkı vinci
wrecking crane
(İnşaat) yıkma cinci
wrecking crane
(İnşaat) gülleli vinç
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A mechanical lifting device, often used for lifting heavy loads for industrial or construction purposes
A large bird of the order Gruiformes and the family Gruidae having long legs and a long neck which it extends when flying
To extend (one's neck)
To raise or lower with a crane
To cause to rise; to raise or lift, as by a crane; with up
{n} a bird, engine, machine, crooked pipe
United States poet (1899-1932)
If you crane your neck or head, you stretch your neck in a particular direction in order to see or hear something better. She craned her neck to get a better view Children craned to get close to him She craned forward to look at me. American poet whose works, including The Bridge (1930), celebrate America's cultural past, present, and future. American writer whose works include The Red Badge of Courage (1895) and the short story "The Open Boat" (1898). to look around or over something by stretching or leaning crane forward/over etc. Any of a diverse group of machines that lift and move heavy objects. Cranes differ from hoists, elevators, and other devices intended for vertical lifting, and from conveyors, which continuously lift or carry bulk materials such as grain or coal. Cranes have been widely used only since the introduction of steam engines, internal-combustion engines, and electric motors in the 19th century. They range in type and function from the largest derrick cranes to small, mobile truck cranes. Most derrick cranes can lift 5-250 tons (4.5-230 metric tons). Floating cranes, built on barges for constructing bridges or salvaging sunken objects, may be able to lift 3,000 tons (2,700 metric-tons). Small truck cranes are mounted on heavy, modified trucks; they make up in mobility and ease of transport what they lack in hoisting capacity. Any of 15 species (family Gruidae) of tall wading birds that resemble herons but are usually larger and have a partly naked head, a heavier bill, more-compact plumage, and an elevated hind toe. In flight, the long neck stretches out in front and the stiltlike legs trail behind. Cranes are found worldwide, living in marshes and on plains, except in South America. Many populations are endangered by hunting and habitat destruction. Cranes eat small animals, grain, and grass shoots. Two well-known species are the whooping crane and the sandhill crane. crane flower crane fly Crane Harold Hart Crane Stephen Crane Walter sandhill crane whooping crane
In one form it consists of a projecting arm or jib of timber or iron, a rotating post or base, and the necessary tackle, windlass, etc
{f} lift using a crane; stretch out one's neck (like a crane)
A siphon, or bent pipe, for drawing liquors out of a cask
A device with a swinging arm
A machine designed to move materials by means of a hoist
large long-necked wading bird of marshes and plains in many parts of the world lifts and moves heavy objects; lifting tackle is suspended from a pivoted boom that rotates around a vertical axis United States poet (1899-1932) United States writer (1871-1900) stretch (the neck) so as to see better; "The women craned their necks to see the President drive by
so called from a fancied similarity between its arm and the neck of a crane See Illust
A machine for lifting and lowering a load, and moving it horizontally Cranes, whether fixed or mobile, are driven manually, by power, or by a combination of both
United States writer (1871-1900)
Used to move larger pieces in and out when no other access is available
An iron arm with horizontal motion, attached to the side or back of a fireplace, for supporting kettles, etc
{i} machine for hoisting heavy materials; large wading bird
large long-necked wading bird of marshes and plains in many parts of the world
A crane is a large machine that moves heavy things by lifting them in the air. The little prefabricated hut was lifted away by a huge crane
over a fire
To extend (ones neck)
The American blue heron (Ardea herodias)
To stretch, as a crane stretches its neck; as, to crane the neck disdainfully
A machine for raising and lowering heavy weights, and, while holding them suspended, transporting them through a limited lateral distance
Any arm which swings about a vertical axis at one end, used for supporting a suspended weight
to reach forward with head and neck, in order to see better; as, a hunter cranes forward before taking a leap
A measure for fresh herrings, as many as will fill a barrel
A position in the body is extended upward and one leg is extended forward at a 90-degree angle
1) A machine used to move material by means of a hoist 2) A machine that can usually move and is used to lift heavy materials or to lift members that are to be erected in a structure
of Derrick
A machine designed to lift and/or move material by means of a hoist
A wading bird of the genus Grus, and allied genera, of various species, having a long, straight bill, and long legs and neck
lifts and moves heavy objects; lifting tackle is suspended from a pivoted boom that rotates around a vertical axis
A crane is a kind of large bird with a long neck and long legs
generally used in pairs
A machine designed for moving and lifting weight by means of a movable projecting arm or a horizontal beam that is able to travel over a certain distance
See Crotch, 2
stretch (the neck) so as to see better; "The women craned their necks to see the President drive by"
A forked post or projecting bracket to support spars, etc
A machine for lifting and lowering a load and moving it horizontally, with the housing mechanism an integral part of the machine
A materials handling device that lifts heavy items There are two types: bridge and stacker
crane flies
plural form of crane fly
crane's-bill
{n} a kind of plant, a pair of pinchers
crane fly
Any of numerous long-legged, slender-bodied flies of the family Tipulidae, having the general appearance of a large mosquito. Also called daddy longlegs. crane flies a flying insect with long legs = daddy longlegs. Harmless, slow-flying dipteran (family Tipulidae) usually found around water or abundant vegetation. It ranges in size from tiny to slightly over 1 in. (2.5 cm) long. Larvae of the range crane fly (Tipula simplex) are called leatherjackets because of their tough brown skin. In northern latitudes a wingless crane-fly species is found on snow. The crane fly is also called daddy longlegs in English-speaking countries other than the U.S. (in the U.S., daddy longlegs refers to an arachnid)
crane fly
long-legged slender flies that resemble large mosquitoes but do not bite
crane fly
fly with thin long legs that resembles mosquito but does not sting
crane one's neck
stretch one's neck, extend one's neck (in order to see)
crane operator
person trained to operate a crane (large machine used in construction)
crowned crane
Either of two species of crane of the genus Balearica, from sub-Saharan Africa
Siberian crane
A large white crane, Grus leucogeranus, which breeds in Arctic Russia and western Siberia

Baby Siberian cranes learning to fly rose briefly against the sky.

demoiselle crane
A crane, Anthropoides virgo, found in central Asia, 85-100 centimeters long with a loud trumpeting call
gantry crane
A large crane mounted on a platform that usually runs back and forth on parallel tracks astride the work area
sandhill crane
A crane native to North America and parts of Siberia, Grus canadensis
sandhill-crane
Attributive form of sandhill crane, noun
whooping-crane
Attributive form of whooping crane, noun
basket crane
(Mühendislik) A basket crane (also known as cherry picker, boom lift or as hydraladder), is a type of aerial work platform that consists of a platform or bucket at the end of a hydraulic lifting system
Harold Hart Crane
born July 21, 1899, Garrettsville, Ohio, U.S. died April 27, 1932, at sea, Caribbean Sea U.S. poet. Crane worked at a variety of jobs before settling in New York City. White Buildings (1926), his first book, includes "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen." His desire to respond to the cultural pessimism of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land resulted in the long and difficult poem The Bridge (1930), which attempts to create an epic myth of the American experience, celebrating the richness of modern life with visionary intensity. Alcoholic and despondent over his homosexuality, he committed suicide at 32 by jumping overboard from a ship in the Caribbean
Hart Crane
born July 21, 1899, Garrettsville, Ohio, U.S. died April 27, 1932, at sea, Caribbean Sea U.S. poet. Crane worked at a variety of jobs before settling in New York City. White Buildings (1926), his first book, includes "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen." His desire to respond to the cultural pessimism of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land resulted in the long and difficult poem The Bridge (1930), which attempts to create an epic myth of the American experience, celebrating the richness of modern life with visionary intensity. Alcoholic and despondent over his homosexuality, he committed suicide at 32 by jumping overboard from a ship in the Caribbean
Ichabod Crane
the main character in the story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. He is chased by the Headless Horseman. Crane, Ichabod
Stephen Crane
born Nov. 1, 1871, Newark, N.J., U.S. died June 5, 1900, Badenweiler, Baden, Ger. U.S. novelist and short-story writer. Crane briefly attended college before moving to New York City. His Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893), a sympathetic study of a slum girl's descent into prostitution, was a milestone of literary naturalism. He achieved international fame with his masterwork, The Red Badge of Courage (1895), depicting the psychological turmoil of a young Civil War soldier, and with his first book of poems, The Black Riders (1895). While traveling as a war correspondent, his ship sank and he almost drowned, resulting in his great story "The Open Boat" (1898). His story collections include The Little Regiment (1896), The Monster (1899), and Whilomville Stories (1900). He died at 28 of tuberculosis
Stephen Crane
(1871-1900) American novelist and poet, author of "The Red Badge of Courage
Walter Crane
born Aug. 15, 1845, Liverpool, Eng. died March 14, 1915, Horsham English illustrator, painter, and designer. The son of a portrait painter, he studied Italian Old Masters and Japanese prints. The ideas of the Pre-Raphaelites and John Ruskin inspired his early paintings. He achieved international popularity designing Art Nouveau textiles and wallpapers but is chiefly known for his illustrations of children's books. In 1894 he worked with William Morris on The Story of the Glittering Plain, a book printed in the style of 16th-century German and Italian woodcuts. He belonged to the Art Workers' Guild, and in 1888 he founded the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. See also Arts and Crafts Movement
craned
past of crane
cranes
gruidae
cranes
plural of crane
craning
present participle of crane
demoiselle crane
A small crane (Anthropoides virgo) of Asia, northern Africa, and Europe, having gray and black plumage, long black breast feathers, and white plumes at the side of the head
sandhill crane
Crane species (Grus canadensis family Gruidae), 35-43 in. (90-110 cm) long, with a red crown, a bluish or brownish gray body tinged with sandy yellow, and a long, harsh, penetrating call. It is one of the oldest of all existing bird species. It breeds from Alaska to Hudson Bay; it formerly bred in south-central Canada and the Great Lakes region of the U.S. but is now uncommon in those regions. A smaller, nonmigratory subspecies breeds in Florida and southern Georgia. Sandhill cranes have been used as surrogate parents in efforts to save the whooping crane from extinction
titan crane
A massive crane with an overhanging counterbalanced arm carrying a traveler and lifting crab, the whole supported by a carriage mounted on track rails
titan crane
for setting heavy masonry blocks for piers, breakwaters, etc
titan crane
It is used esp
water crane
A goose-neck apparatus for supplying water from an elevated tank, as to the tender of a locomotive
whooping crane
A large, long-legged North American bird (Grus americana), now very rare, having predominantly white plumage and a loud trumpeting cry. Migratory North American bird (Grus americana) and one of the world's rarest birds, on the verge of extinction. The tallest North American bird, it is almost 5 ft (150 cm) tall and has a wingspread of about 7 ft (210 cm). It is white with black-tipped wings, black legs, and a bare red face and crown. Its shrill, whooping call can be heard for 2 miles (3 km). Almost exterminated in the early 20th century, it became the object of intensive conservation efforts; by century's end there were still fewer than 300 wild and captive individuals. See also sandhill crane
whooping crane
rare North American crane having black-and-white plumage and a trumpeting call
crane

    Турецкое произношение

    kreyn

    Произношение

    /ˈkrān/ /ˈkreɪn/

    Этимология

    [ krAn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English cran, from Proto-Germanic *kran-, from Proto-Indo-European *gerə- (“to cry hoarsely”).

    Времена

    cranes, craning, craned

    Слово дня

    hors de combat
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