dwelling

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} konut
{i} mesken
oturarak
{f} otur
ikametgâh
{i} hane
dwelling place ev
ikametgah
{i} ev
dwell yaşa
{i} ikamet
{f} otur: prep.oturarak
{f} otur: prep.yaşa
mukim
yapı
daireli
bark
dwelling house
konut
dwell
ikamet etmek
dwelling house
ev
dwelling house
ikametgâh
dwelling house
mesken
dwelling place
ev
dwelling place
konut
dwelling divided into two units
konut iki ünite ayrıldı
dwelling on
konut üzerinde
dwelling immunity
(Kanun) mesken masuniyeti
dwelling place
mesken
dwelling problem
konut sorunu
dwelling production
(İnşaat) konut üretimi
dwelling types
(İnşaat) konut tipleri
dwelling unit
yerleşim birimi
dwell
{f} hayat sürmek
dwell
{f} on (bir konu) üzerinde durmak
dwell
kalmak
dwell
yaşamak
dwell
(Otomotiv) kam açısı
dwell
(İnşaat) bekleme
dwell
(İnşaat) sürme
dwell
oturmak
dwell
(İnşaat) durma

Tom pozitif üzerinde odaklanır ve negatif üzerinde durmaz. - Tom focuses on the positive and doesn't dwell on the negative.

Ayrıntılar üzerinde durmanın hiçbir anlamı yok. - There's no point in dwelling on details.

dwell
durmak
dwelling house
ikametgah
dwellings
konutlar
dwell
{i} oturma
dwell
{f} otur
lake dwelling
göl evi
rural dwelling
kırsal konut
community dwelling
huzurevi
detached dwelling
bütün duvarlarında başka bir binaya temas etmeyen bina(2)ayrık nizamda yapılmış bina
ground dwelling
Yerde yaşayan, hayatını yerde sürdüren

A ground dwelling bird.

land-dwelling
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Karada yaşayan

These early land dwelling turtles couldn't retract their necks.

slum-dwelling
Fakir mahalle, kenar mahalle
tree dwelling
ağaç konut
cliff dwelling
kayalıklarda yaşama
cliff dwelling
apartman dairesinde yaşama
detached dwelling
ayrık konut
dwell
dwell yaşa
dwell
sakin olmak
dwell
{f} (dwelt/--ed)
dwell
on bir konu üzerinde durmak
dwell
devam etmek
dwell
otur,v.otur: n.oturma
dwell
dwell in de ikamet etmek oturmak
dwell
yaşamakta devam etmek
individual dwelling zone
(İnşaat) kişisel konutlar bölgesi
lake dwelling
(İnşaat) kazı üstü evleri
multiple dwelling
çokdaireli konut
pile dwelling
kazık temelli ev
single family dwelling
tek aileli konut
unfit dwelling
sağlıksız konut
violation of dwelling immunity
(Kanun) mesken masuniyetinin ihlali
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of dwell

I was dwelling in the cave.

A habitation; a place or house in which a person lives; abode; domicile

Philip's dwelling fronted on the street. - Alfred Tennyson.

A dwelling is defined as a structurally separate set of living premises with a private entrance from outside the building or from a common hallway or stairway inside A private dwelling is one in which one person, a family or other small group of individuals may reside, such as a single house, apartment, etc
{n} a habitation, abode, state of life
"Dwelling" means a building or portion thereof used exclusively for residential purposes, including one-family, two-family and multiple family dwelling(s), but not including hotels or boarding houses
The living quarters occupied, or intended for occupancy, by a household top
A building or portion thereof which meets the following criteria: Designed, used or intended to be used exclusively as year-around and complete living quarters for one family or household; Provides cooking and bathroom facilities and an independent entrance from the outside or from a common hall or entryway; Meets applicable requirements of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code For purposes of this ordinance a dwelling does not include a hotel, motel, rooming house, dormitory, fraternity, sorority, camping trailer, tourist home or similar building [top]
A building occupied exclusively for residential purposes by not more than two families
A building designed for use as a residence for no more than four families or a single-family unit in building under a condominium form of ownership
A building or portion thereof, designated exclusively for residential occupancy, but not including hotels, motels, boarding houses, tents, cabins, or motor homes/travel trailers
A method of making a selection from an on-screen keyboard by holding the mouse cursor over a selection for a designated period of time This prevents the user from having to send a mouse click to choose the selection
The dwelling, as defined in a homeowners insurance policy, the structure used as a private residence, including structures attached to the dwelling on the same or contiguous foundation
Any building, structure or part thereof used and occupied for human habitation or intended to be so used, including any appurtenances Many municipalities have adopted ordinances relating to the repair, closing and demolition of dwellings unfit for human habitation
A dwelling or a dwelling place is a place where someone lives. Some 3,500 new dwellings are planned for the area = home. S2 a house, apartment etc where people live
Habitation; place or house in which a person lives; abode; domicile
The structure on the residence premises shown in the declarations, used principally as a private residence, including attached structures
housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
This is the amount your company may pay to repair or replace your home if your home is damaged by a covered loss This amount may range from exactly the amount listed on your policy (face amount) to any amount required to replace your dwelling (true Guaranteed Replacement cost) This covers your floors, windows, walls, ceilings, roof, fireplaces, stairs, carpet, etc
A house, home, living unit Generally refers to a building designed for use as a living space
Refers to a set of living quarters in which a person or group of persons resides or could reside
{i} house, residence, abode, apartment, place where people live
Residence
Your home should be insured for what it will cost to rebuild it Most insurance agents can help you determine the correct amount Keep in mind that the purchase price or appraisal of your home takes into account the value of the land, which wouldn't need to be replaced at time of loss
housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless
Any building or structure or portion thereof designed or used for residential purposes
Bar
One to four family residence
The building in which a person lives
The living quarters occupied, or intended for occupancy, by a household
A building for human habitation, which shall not include a trailer or other mobile living unit or hotel, dormitory, hospital or rooming house
woon
woning
dwelling places
plural form of dwelling place
dwelling house
domicile; house or place where one lives; habitation; residence; abode
dwelling house
a house that people live in, not one that is being used as a shop, office etc
dwelling house
housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
dwelling place
place of residence, place of abode, house, home, lodgings
dwelling unit
A residential building or portion thereof intended for occupancy by one (1) or more persons with facilities for living, sleeping, cooking and eating, but not including hotels, motels, nursing homes, seasonal cabins, boarding or rooming houses, motor homes or travel trailers
dwelling unit
means one or more structurally separate rooms, used as a unit for the residential accommodation of one Family and containing sleeping, cooking and toilet facilities
dwelling unit
A shelter occupied by one family unit; usually refers to apartment houses
dwelling unit
A room or rooms located within a structure, designed, arranged, occupied or intended to be occupied by not more than one (1) family and permitted roomers or boarders, as living accommodations independent from any other family The existence of a food preparation area within the room or rooms shall be evidence of the existence of a dwelling unit (Seattle Land Use Code)
dwelling unit
Used in zoning ordinances and building codes to denote the room or rooms joined for occupancy by a family and containing a kitchen
dwelling unit
The term dwelling unit refers to a place where a person or persons live; it may be rented or owned, single-family or multiple-family
dwelling unit
The living quarters occupied, or intended for occupancy, by a household
dwelling unit
One or more rooms including a single kitchen, in a dwelling designed for occupancy by one family for living and sleeping purposes
dwelling unit
        A single housekeeping unit comprised of one or more rooms providing complete, independent living facilities for one or more persons including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation
dwelling unit
means a suite operated as a housekeeping unit, used or intended to be used as a domicile by one or more persons and usually containing cooking, eating, living, sleeping and sanitary facilities (Ontario Fire Code 1996)
dwelling unit
Any building, addition, extension, or any portion thereof, which is designated or intended for occupancy by one family or persons living together or by a person living alone (As stated in Section 1-2 of the Rules and Regulations )
dwelling unit
Any building or portion thereof which contains living facilities, including provisions for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation for not more than one family, or a congregate residence for 10 or fewer persons
dwelling unit
A room or suite of rooms designed and equipped exclusively for use by one family as a permanent, seasonal or temporary habitation, and which contains independent living, cooking, sleeping, bathing and sanitary facilities The term includes manufactured housing but not recreational vehicles or motel units
dwelling unit
"Dwelling unit" means a single unit providing complete independent living facilities for one (1) or more persons, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation, limited to only one (1) kitchen
dwelling unit
(r) means one or more rooms with provisions for living, sanitary and sleeping facilities arranged for the use of one family
dwelling unit
a room or suite of rooms designed and intended for use by one household in which full culinary and sanitary facilities are provided for the exclusive use of that household
dwelling unit
means a single unit providing complete, independent living facilities for one or more persons, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation
dwelling unit
A portion of a building designated as the residence of one family or individual with suitable approved provisions for eating, sleeping, cooking and sanitation
dwell
A brief pause in the motion of part of a mechanism to allow an operation to be completed
dwell
To linger (on) a particular thought, idea etc.; to remain fixated (on)
lake dwelling
a prehistoric structure, built over shallow waters, such as a lake or marsh, supported on piles or artificial mounds of earth or wood
dwell
{v} to live, inhabit, reside, continue, stay
bottom-dwelling
Of or relating to fish and marine life that dwell on the bottom of a body of water
A dwelling
bye
A dwelling
haft
cliff dwelling
Prehistoric, usually multistoried house of the ancestors of present-day Pueblo Indians, built from 1000 along the sides or under the overhangs of cliffs. The use of hand-hewn stone building blocks and adobe mortar in these communal dwellings was unexcelled even in later times. Rooms on upper levels could be entered either by doorways from adjoining rooms or by ladders through holes in the ceilings; ground-floor rooms could be entered only through the ceiling. It is thought that the cliff dwellings were built as a defense against invading Navajo and Apache tribes. They were deserted by the inhabitants around the end of the 13th century. Many ruins remain, including notable ones at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Mesa Verde National Park, and Montezuma Castle National Monument
cliff dwelling
a rock and adobe dwelling built on sheltered ledges in the sides of a cliff; "the Anasazi built cliff dwellings in the southwestern United States
dwell
A planned delay in a timed control program
dwell
To delay; to linger
dwell
To live; to reside
dwell
To abide as a permanent resident, or for a time; to live in a place; to reside
dwell
In an engine, the time allowed for current to build in the primary circuit of the ignition coil for each spark generation
dwell
Number of hours a car spends without line haul movement Same as Demurrage
dwell
To abide; to remain; to continue
dwell
Refers to the number of degrees a distributor shaft rotates while ignition points are closed Also called cam angle
dwell
originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"
dwell
{f} reside, live in, inhabit; consider for a long time, dwell upon
dwell
If you dwell somewhere, you live there. They are concerned for the fate of the forest and the Indians who dwell in it = live see also dwelling. to live in a particular place
dwell
The amount of time distributor points remain closed between openings
dwell
In a petrol engine, the period of time the ignition points are closed to let current flow through the ignition coil in between each spark. This is measured as an angle in degrees around the camshaft in the distributor which controls the points, for example in a 4-cylinder engine it might be 55° (spark at 90° intervals, points closed for 55° between each)
dwell
In a Form C switch, the difference in field strength (expressed in ampere-turns) between the value when the Common reed breaks the Normally Closed contact and the value when the Common reed makes the Normally Open contact
dwell
The time for which the hot tool is impressed in the leather while gold or blind tooling
dwell
(Otomotiv) Refers to the number of degrees a distributor shaft rotates while ignition points are closed. Also called cam angle
dwell
think moodily or anxiously about something
dwell
a delay time after filling the mold
dwell
Tents were in primitive times the common dwellings of men Houses were afterwards built, the walls of which were frequently of mud (Job 24: 16; Matt 6: 19, 20) or of sun-dried bricks
dwell
Dwell time is associated with passenger activity and represents the elapsed time from door open to door close
dwell
make one's home or live in; "She resides officially in Iceland"; "I live in a 200-year old house"; "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"; "The plains are sparsely populated"
dwell
To inhabit
dwell
of possessions, remained possessed by someone specific
dwell
If you dwell on something, especially something unpleasant, you think, speak, or write about it a lot or for quite a long time. I'd rather not dwell on the past
dwell
come back to; "Don't dwell on the past"; "She is always harping on the same old things"
dwell
originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country
dwellings
{i} place of residence
dwellings
Plural of dwelling
dwellings
The materials used in buildings were commonly bricks, sometimes also stones (Lev 14: 40, 42), which were held together by cement (Jer 43: 9) or bitumen (Gen 11: 3) The exterior was usually whitewashed (Lev 14: 41; Ezek 13: 10; Matt 23: 27) The beams were of sycamore (Isa 9: 10), or olive-wood, or cedar (1 Kings 7: 2; Isa 9: 10)
lake dwelling
A dwelling, especially a prehistoric dwelling, built on piles in a shallow lake
lake dwelling
dwelling built on piles in or near a lake; specifically in prehistoric villages
dwelling
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