drape

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kumaş parçası
donatmak
süslemek
sermek
yaymak
(kumaş/vb.ile) üstünü örtmek
kaplamak
uzatmak
{f} kapla

Binalar karla kaplanmıştı. - The buildings were draped with snow.

{f} kumaşla örtmek. i., gen. çoğ. kalın perde
{i} kalın perde
{i} kumaş
{f} dökülmek
{f} kıvırmak
{f} sarkmak
{f} kumaşla süslemek
{f} asmak
{f} kumaşla örtmek
(Tekstil) perde

Dikili perdelerim ne kadar güzel. - How beautiful my sewn drapes are.

Tom perdeleri geri çekti. - Tom pulled back the drapes.

{f} dökümlü olmak
{f} katlamak
(Tekstil) drape
dökümlülük
drape coefficient
uzama katsayısı
drape in
içine kıvırmak
drape in
içine katlamak
drape over
asmak
drapes
perde

Dikili perdelerim ne kadar güzel. - How beautiful my sewn drapes are.

Tom perdeleri geri çekti. - Tom pulled back the drapes.

drapable
Dökümlü
drapable
Kumaşla kaplanabilir nitelikli
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cover or adorn with drapery or folds of cloth, or as with drapery; as, to drape a bust, a building, etc
To design drapery, arrange its folds, etc., as for hangings, costumes, statues, etc
To make cloth
To spread over, cover
To hang or rest limply
To rail at; to banter
A youth subculture distinguished by its sharp dress, especially peg-leg pants (1950s: e.g. Baltimore, MD). Antonym: square
A curtain, a drapery
How clothing flows vertically, according to gravitational forces The more natural and unwrinkled the clothing looks from head to toe, the better the drape
place casually; "The cat draped herself on the sofa"
as for hangings, costumes, statues, etc
To betray a body to the Hardheads "Kig had better not drape me now that I've told him all about our plan "
{i} curtain, drapery; manner in which something drapes and hangs in folds
The way a fabric hangs (on a body) This fabric drapes beautifully
cover or dress loosely with cloth; "drape the statue with a sheet
the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
A fabric's ability to fold, hang, and move about
A dance position in which the woman reclines over the man's knee or thigh with at least one of her skates on the ice
To design drapery, arrange its folds, etc
cover or dress loosely with cloth; "drape the statue with a sheet"
a sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination
A group of patterns which resemble curtain drapes Usually created by moving a wavey pattern in carefully defined variable moves to create a curved appearence which is repeated to give the drape effect See also Moiré
{f} cover with cloth, adorn with drapery; hang or stretch out loosely; arrange in graceful folds
The hang or the fall of the fabric
The ability of prepreg to conform to the shape of a contoured surface
arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
a sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
If you drape a part of your body somewhere, you lay it there in a relaxed and graceful way. Nicola slowly draped herself across the couch He draped his arm over Daniels' shoulder
Drapes are pieces of heavy fabric that you hang from the top of a window and can close to keep the light out or stop people looking in
Involves laying features over a digital terrain model to provide information on features that lie on the terrain The terrain model provides the shape of the terrain Draped features may then include a satellite image of the terrain to show land use, and vector data to show features such as roads
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
If someone or something is draped in a piece of cloth, they are loosely covered by it. The coffin had been draped in a Union Jack He draped himself in the Canadian flag and went round the track
The ability of a prepreg to conform to the shape of a contoured surface
If you drape a piece of cloth somewhere, you place it there so that it hangs down in a casual and graceful way. Natasha took the coat and draped it over her shoulders She had a towel draped around her neck. = hang
drapes
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of drape
drapes
plural form of drape
drapey
Tending to form drape-like folds
draping
Material used as a drape
draping
Present participle of drape
draping
That which drapes
drapable
{s} may be covered with cloth; may be arranged in graceful folds (about clothing, cloth, etc.)
draped
past of drape
draped
covered in folds of cloth; "velvet-draped windows
draped
covered in folds of cloth; "velvet-draped windows"
draped
covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak; "leaf-clothed trees"; "fog-cloaked meadows"; "a beam draped with cobwebs"; "cloud-wrapped peaks"
drapes
third-person singular of drape
drapes
Heavy cloth hung over a window
drapes
long heavy curtains
draping
A technique of looping and securing fabric in graceful curves and folds
draping
Display technique where planimetric information is visually overlaid on 3-D perspective models (usually DTM) E g , the display of soil polygons or a road network on a perspective display of terrain elevation
draping
The overlaying of a spatial data set onto a 2 5D elevation surface
draping
Draping means to hang or to adorn the body form with loose fabric, and to obtain a body fitted garment by using adequate sewing techniques
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
(Sanat) drapery
(Tekstil) drape
drape

    Турецкое произношение

    dreyp

    Антонимы

    undrape

    Произношение

    /ˈdrāp/ /ˈdreɪp/

    Этимология

    [ 'drAp ] (verb.) 1847. From Middle English drape (noun, “a drape”), from Old French draper (“to drape", also, "to full cloth”), from drap (“cloth, drabcloth”), from Late Latin drappus, drapus (“drabcloth, kerchief”), a word first recorded in the Capitularies of Charlemagne, probably of Germanic origin, from Frankish *drap, *drāp- (“that which is fulled, drabcloth”)http://onlinedictionary.datasegment.com/word/drabcloth from Proto-Germanic *drap-, *drēp- (“something beaten”), from *drepanan (“to beat, strike”), from Proto-Indo-European *dhrebh- (“to beat, crush, make or become thick”), An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, "Drab.". Cognate with English drub (“to beat”), Low Saxon drapen, dräpen (“to strike”), German treffen (“to meet”), Swedish dräpa (“to slay”). More at drub.

    Времена

    drapes, draping, draped

    Слово дня

    maieutic
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