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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
mahrum bırakmak
(Askeri) yakıt kesme
uçurmak
mahsur
izole etmek
kesmek

Çoğu kesmek istedikleri öperler. - Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.

bağlantısını kesmek
kes

Biz telefonda konuşurken bağlantı kesildi. - We were cut off while talking on the telephone.

Tom ofisin etrafında kafası kesilmiş bir tavuk gibi koşuyordu. - Tom has been running around the office like a chicken with its head cut off.

kesme

Çoğu kesmek istedikleri öperler. - Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.

Ne yapabilirim? O havuçları doğra. Ve parmaklarını kesmemeye çalış. - What can I do? Chop those carrots. And try not to cut off your fingers.

-e on para (miras) bırakmamak; cut off with: (birine, miras olarak) (gülünç bir miktarda para) bırakmak
yok etmek
mahrum etmek

you are cut off from anyone who will help you.

yolunu kesmek
son vermek
ayırmak

Ukrayna güvenlik güçleri bu iki önemli kenti birbirinden ayırmak amacıyla Donetsk ve Luhansk arasındaki kasaba ve köyleri işgal etmeye çalışıyorlar. - The Ukrainian security forces are trying to occupy the towns and villages between Donetsk and Luhansk in order to cut off those two important cities from each other.

-i kesmek
imha etmek
(deyim) tessisati kesmek (elektrik,gaz,telefon). 2.ayirmak,yolu kesilmek
kesip koparmak
(deyim) donmek. cut someone off 1.telefon baglantisini kesmek. 2.ayirmak. cut sth. off
koparmak
(Askeri) YAKIT KESME: Bir tepkimeli motorun amaçlı olarak kapatılması
biçilmiş
cut off communication with
iletişimini kesmek
cut off from
koparmak
cut off one´s nose to spite one´s face
k. dili gâvura kızıp oruç bozmak
cut off attack
(Askeri) KESTİRME TAARRUZ: Hedef istikametindeki bir önleme noktasıyla önleme uçağının bulunduğu bir nokta arasında doğrusal bir vektör sağlayan bir taarruz
cut off attack
(Askeri) kestirme taarruz
cut off date
(Askeri) SON TESPİT TARİHİ
cut off date
(Ticaret) işlemlerin kapanış tarihi
cut off one's escape
(deyim) kaçış yolunu kesmek
cut off one's escape
(deyim) ricat yolunu kesmek
cut off one's head
kafasını koparmak
cut off one's head
kellesini uçurmak
cut off one's nose to
{k} gâvura kızıp oruç bozmak
cut off score
(Dilbilim) kopma sayısı
cut off statement
(Ticaret) ara hesap vaziyeti
cut off the electricity
elektriği kesmek
cut off the water
suyu kesmek
cut off velocity
(Askeri) KESME NOKTASINDAKİ HIZ: Bir füzenin yakıt kesme noktasında ulaşmış olduğu hız
cut off velocity
(Askeri) kesme noktasındaki hız
cut off with a shilling
(deyim) beş kuruş miras bırakmamak
cut off with a shilling
(deyim) dımdızlak bırakmak
cut off with a shilling
(deyim) beş parasız bırakmak
cutoff
{i} limit
cutoff
cutoff point sona erme noktası
cut s.o. off
birinin yolunu kesmek
cut somebody off
mirastan mahrum etmek
cut someone off
birinin yolunu kesmek
cut something off
kesmek
cut-off
sigara ucunun kesilmesi
cut-off
(Havacılık) kesilme
cut-off
(İnşaat) hendek
cut-off
kesim
cut-off
(Aydınlatma) siperlik
cutoff
kesme
cutoff
parafuy
cutoff
doğrama
cutoff
(Bilgisayar) kesmek
cutoff
akıntı kesici
cutoff
(Havacılık,Teknik) akış kesici
cutoff
katof
cutoff
durdurucu
cut sb off with a shilling
birini mirastan yoksun etmek
cutoff
kesici düzenek
cutoff
kestirme yol
cutoff
anahtar
cutoff
sürgü
cutoff
kes
magnetron cut off current
manyetron kesim akımı
cut somebody off
Birinin konuşmasını/sözünü kesmek
cut somebody off
Biriyle telefon görüşmesini kesmek
cut someone off
-den ayırmak
cut someone off
telefon bağlantısını kesmek
cut someone off
Birinin lafını kesmek
cut something off
tessisatı kesmek (elektrik,gaz,telefon)
cut something off
ayırmak, yolu kesilmek
cut something off
Birşeyle olan bağlantıyı kesmek
cut-off concept
Dönemsellik kavramı.Muhasebenin temel kavramlarından dönemsellik kavramı
get cut off
Kesilmek, kesintiye uğramak
off cut
kesmek
run around like a chicken with its head cut off
deli dana gibi dolanmak
water supply has been cut off
suların kesilmesi
can you cut a little more off the back
arkamı biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
can you cut a little more off the front
önümü biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
can you cut a little more off the neck
ensemi biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
can you cut a little more off the sides
yanları biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
can you cut a little more off the top
tepemi biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
cut a bit more off here, please
buradan biraz daha kesin lütfen
cut s.o. off
birine miras olarak on para/hiç para bırakmamak
cut smb. off with a penny
mirastan bırakmamak
cut smb. off with a penny
mirastan mahrum etmek
cut smb. off with a shilling
miras bırakmamak
cut smb. off with a shilling
mirastan mahrum etmek
cut#off
kes
cutoff
{i} sona erme tarihi
cutoff
{i} durdurma noktası
cutoff
{i} şalter
cutoff
vana/sınır noktası
electricity cut off
elektrik kesilmek
engine cut off switch
(Mekanik) acil durdurma düğmesi
get cut off
hattan düşmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
fuse

A thermal cut-off.

To swerve in front of (another car)
To isolate or remove from contact
To end abruptly

My phone call was cut off before I could get the information.

To interrupt (someone speaking)

That dingbat cut me off as I was about to conclude my theses.

To remove via cutting
when a defensive player keeps his body between an attacker and the defender's goal, forcing the attacker out towards the sidelines
To cut someone or something off means to separate them from things that they are normally connected with. One of the goals of the campaign is to cut off the elite Republican Guard from its supplies The storm has cut us off. = isolate + cut off cut off Without a car we still felt very cut off
To cut off a supply of something means to stop providing it or stop it being provided. The rebels have cut off electricity from the capital Why cut the money off?
If you cut someone off when they are speaking, you interrupt them and stop them from speaking. `But, sir, I'm under orders to -- ' Clark cut him off. `Don't argue with me.'
to cut off your nose to spite your face: see spite see also cut-off
The point in which a filter starts to gradually cut frequencies out of the sound that are above the point in a low pass filter
The length of a printed image in relationship to the printing cylinder axis D Back To Top
When a defending player positions his or her body between an attacker and the defending goal The positioning should force the attacker out toward the sideline
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool. Mrs Kreutz cut off a generous piece of the meat He cut me off a slice He threatened to cut my hair off
If you get cut off when you are on the telephone, the line is suddenly disconnected and you can no longer speak to the other person. When you do get through, you've got to say your piece quickly before you get cut off I'm going to cut you off now because we've got lots of callers waiting. = disconnect
remove by or as if by cutting; "cut off the ear"; "lop off the dead branch"
detached by cutting; "cut flowers"; "a severed head"; "an old tale of Anne Bolyn walking the castle walls with her poor cut-off head under her arm"
{s} incised, amputated, beheaded; broken off, disconnected; stopped, ceased
{f} break off, amputate, disconnect; make an incision; behead; disinherit; stop, cease; isolate
cut off and stop; "The bicyclist was cut out by the van"
remove surgically; "amputate limbs"
A channel cut across the neck of a bend
cease, stop; "cut the noise"; "We had to cut short the conversation"
A piece of roofing membrane consisting of one or more narrow plies of felt usually moped in hot to seal the edge of insulation at the end of a day's work
cut off and stop; "The bicyclist was cut out by the van
break a small piece off from; "chip the glass"; "chip a tooth"
cut off one's nose to spite one's face
To harm oneself as a result of attempting to harm an adversary
cut off a corner
make a shortcut, take a shorter route across
cut off from civilization
isolated from civilization, separated from the modern world
cut off his will
disinherited, did not mention in the will
cut off in his prime
died when he was still young and strong
cut off in its prime
stopped or brought to an end when it was at its best
cut off one's nose to spite one's face
{f} cause harm to yourself in order to do harm to an adversary
cut off with a shilling
bequeath little or nothing in one's will
cut offs
plural form of cut off
cut-off
Alternative spelling of cutoff
cut-off
Having had shirt sleeves or pantlegs shortened by cutting material from the end
cutoff
A device that stops the flow of a current
cutoff
The second to last player to act after the flop, turn and river in Texas hold 'em
cutoff
A road, path of channel that provides a shorter or quicker path; a shortcut
run around like a chicken with its head cut off
To act in a haphazard or aimless way; frantically or without control

The president doesn't know what to do. He's running around like a headless chicken.

cut somebody off
Interrupt somebody when they are speaking
To cut off
excide
To cut off
Amputate
To cut off
abscind
To cut off
interscind
To cut off
abscise
being cut-off
being intercepted, being interrupted, being discontinued, being stopped, being suspended, being disconnected
cut-off
The cut-off of a supply or service is the complete stopping of the supply or service. A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy
cut-off
the full column depth of a page, including the margins Different newspaper printing presses use slightly different sizes, webs, or reels of paper
cut-off
The termination provision of a reinsurance contract stipulating that the reinsurer shall not be liable for loss as a result of occurrences taking place after the date of termination
cut-off
A process of cutting a piece of stock into usable parts
cut-off
The cut or print length in web-fed printing
cut-off
a deadline for the introduction of government bills into the Senate, imposed by the Senate in an attempt to avoid a rush of bills at the end of sittings; in order to be considered in a period of sittings a bill must be first introduced in either house in the previous period of sittings, and be received by the Senate before two-thirds of the current sitting period has expired
cut-off
Term used for a critical score on an assessment, marking the boundary between those scores considered as 'pass' and those considered as 'fail'
cut-off
The cut-off grade is the arbitrarily defined lowest grade which will be mined from an ore ore deposit, and usually defines the boundary of the deposit For example, if the average grade of a porphyry deposit is 0 5% Cu, the cut-off might be 0 2% Cu any rock with a grade below 0 2% Cu would be waste
cut-off
A cut-off or a cut-off point is the level or limit at which you decide that something should stop happening. The cut-off date for registering is yet to be announced On young girls it can look really great, but there is a definite age cut-off on this
cut-off
The latest time a spot is allowed to run Cut-off time is determined by the client and is generally applied across the board Spots running after cut-off usually will not be paid for
cut-off
In web printing, the cut or print length that corresponds to the circumference of the plate cylinder
cut-off
A detail designed to seal and prevent lateral water movement in an insulation system, and used to separate different sections of a roofing system
cut-off
The maximum size of individually cut off items produced by a web press The dimension is determined by the circumference of the printing cylinder
cut-off switch
device used to shut off an electrical circuit in the event of overload or short circuit
cutoff
A detail designed to prevent lateral water movement into the insulation where the membrane terminates at the end of a dayÕs work, or used to isolate sections of the roofing system It is usually removed before the continuation of the work
cutoff
That which cuts off or shortens, as a nearer passage or road
cutoff
{i} act of cutting off; part that branches off from another (as in a road or stream); cutoff switch (Electricity); point or time beyond which something is no longer effective or usable
cutoff
Breaking, or ending, files at regular intervals, usually at the close of a fiscal or calendar year, to permit their disposal or transfer in complete blocks and, for correspondence files, to permit the establishment of new files Case files are generally cut off at the end of the year in which the case is closed Cutoff is sometimes abbreviated as COFF and is also called file cutoff or file break See also BLOCK (1)
cutoff
Subpopulation cutoff values are concentration boundaries which separate a subpopulation into negative (less than the cutoff value) and positive (equal to or greater than the cutoff value) groups
cutoff
a device that terminates the flow in a pipe
cutoff
A secondary attack following Pieces-Pieces Cannon when the arm is caught: the hand dislocates at the wrist to continue its propulsion towards the target
cutoff
– A portion of a blast which fails to detonate
cutoff
An impervious construction by means of which water is prevented from passing through foundation material
cutoff
a designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated
cutoff
The length of the printed sheet off press, based on either the full circumference or 1/2 of the circumference of the impression cylinder of a web press
cutoff
A cessation in a flow or activity
cutoff
A detail designed to prevent lateral water movement into the insulation where the membrane terminates at the end of a day's work, or used to isolate sections of the roofing system It is usually removed before the continuation of the work
cutoff
designed to prevent lateral water movement into the insulation where the membrane terminates at the end of a days work, usually removed before the continuation of work
cutoff
a route shorter than the usual one
cutoff
Minimum reportable drug concentration - set by ordering entity - well above limit of detection
cutoff
See Expansion gear, under Expansion
cutoff
A transistor operating mode where very little current flows between the collector and emitter
cutoff
The point at which something terminates or to which it is limited
cutoff
The upper or lower limit of a frequency response where that response drops 3 dB from its midrange level
cutoff
[Plural] shorts originally made from jeans with the legs cut off at the knees or higher
cutoff
The valve gearing or mechanism by which steam is cut off from entering the cylinder of a steam engine after a definite point in a stroke, so as to allow the remainder of the stroke to be made by the expansive force of the steam already let in
cutoff
Circumference of the impression cylinder of a web press, therefore, the length of the printed sheet on roll to sheet presses or the length of the repeat pattern on roll to roll presses
cutoff
A filters cutoff controls where in the frequency spectrum the filter is active at try to imagine it as a vertical line which moves left and right along a frequency graph, depending on how you twiddle the knob for example, in the Band Reject graph above, the cutoff line would be right down the middle of the 'dip' (see Filter)
cutoff
The frequency at which a filter starts to work
cutoff
(1) Galvanometer cutoff A point at minimum or maximum deflection on a galvanometer trace where the curve begins or ends Cutoff is produced by blocking the reflected light beam (2) Parameter cutoff Upper or lower limiting value of a reservoir-size parameter Values outside these limits are not used in computation or other data-handling manipulation
cutoff
a device that terminates the flow in a pipe a designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated
cutoff
This is the termination of a file at regular periodic intervals to facilitate continuous disposal or transfer of a file series
cutoff
Any device for stopping or changing a current, as of grain or water in a spout
cutoff
Circumference of the impression cylinder of a web press, therefore also the length of the printed sheet that the press cuts from the roll of paper
cutoff
a permanent detail designed to seal and prevent lateral water movement in an insulation system, and used to isolate sections of a roofing system (Note: A cutoff is different from a tie-off, which may be a temporary or permanent seal ) (See Tie-Off )
cutoff
The point in which a filter starts to gradually cut frequencies out of the sound that are above the point in a low pass filter
cutoff
The second to last player to act in Texas hold em
cutoff
1 A wall, collar, narrow excavation, or other structure, such as a trench, constructed along the centerline of a dam, dike, levee, or embankment, and filled with relatively impervious material intended to reduce seepage of water through porous strata 2 In river hydraulics, the new and shorter channel formed either naturally or artificially when a stream cuts through the neck of a bend
like a chicken with its head cut off
without direction, erratically, in a crazed or frenzied manner
off-cut
a piece of wood, paper etc that is left after the main piece has been cut and removed
warning before cut-off
last request for payment before service is disconnected
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
disconnect
cut off
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