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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sınırdaş
kanat
yan
yandan
komşu
flanking action
ask. yan hareketi
flanking action
(Askeri) YAN HAREKETİ: Düşmanın yanına yöneltilen hücum hareketi. Örneğin yan taarruzu (flanking attack) ve yan ateşi, (flanking fire) gibi
flanking attack
(Askeri) Yandan kuşatmak, yan taaruz yapmak
flanking attack
(Askeri) YANDAN/KANATLARDAN TAARRUZ: Düşmana yan taraftan yöneltilen taarruzi hareket. Ayrıca bakınız: "frontal attack"
flanking fire
(Askeri) Yandan ateş
flanking fire
(Askeri) YAN ATEŞİ: Düşmanın yanına yapılan ateş. Düşmanın sağ veya solunda bulunan bir yerden düşmana açılan ateş. Ayrıca bakınız: "enfilade fire"
flanking guard
(Askeri) Yancı
flanking march
(Askeri) YAN YÜRÜYÜŞÜ: Bir düşman kuvvetinin sağ veya sol yanını kuşatmak amacıyla, veya cepheye nazaran herhangi bir yana doğru, yapılan yürüyüş
flank
yan taraf
flank
(Askeri) Yandan kuşatmak, yan taaruz yapmak
flank
yanmak
flank
yan saldırısı yapmak
flank
(İnşaat) hatil
flank
yandan desteklemek
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(Gıda) pençata
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kara kullanım
flank
bitişik
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yan taarruzu yapmak
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(Mekanik) dış yanı
flank
yan
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(Askeri) YAN TAARRUZU YAPMAK: Yandan veya yan üzerine taarruz etmek
flank
yanında yer almak
flank
yandan kuşatmak
flank
cenah
flank
böğür
flank
kanat
flank
yanında olmak
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{f} sınırdaş olmak
flank
cenah taarruzu
flank
kanattan saldırmak
flank
flank attack kanat taarruzu
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cenahtan geçmek
flank
{i} kanat [ask.]
flank
tabya koltuğu
flank
{i} ask., den. yan. f., ask
flank
cenahını muhafaza veya takviye etmek
flank
yan tarafı korumak
flank
cenahı tehdit etmek
flank
cenaha hücum etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Attacking a fire by working along the flanks either simultaneously or successively from a less active or anchor point and endeavoring to connect the two lines at the head
The transmission of sound around the perimeter or through holes within partitions (or barriers) that reduces the otherwise obtainable sound transmission loss of a partition Examples of flanking paths within buildings are ceiling plena above partitions; ductwork, piping, and electrical conduit penetrations through partitions; back-to-back electrical boxes within partitions, window mullions, etc
{i} act of guarding the side of; act of attacking the side of; act of going around the side of
The effective redirection of waves around an object
Attacking a fire by working along its edges Flanking fire lines move towards the fire front where they are linked to stop the fire
present participle of flank
flanking movement
movement that comes from the side
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Maximum (of speed). Historically faster than full speed (the most a vessel can sustain without excessive engine wear or risk of damage), now frequently used interchangeably. Typically used in an emergency or during an attack (All ahead flank!)
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The flesh between the last rib and the hip; the side
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To defend the flank(s) of something
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The side of something, in general senses

Cautiously I approached the flank of the cliffs, where they terminated in an abrupt escarpment as though some all powerful hand had broken off a great section of rock and set it upon the surface of the earth.

flank
The wing, one side of the pitch
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{f} be placed at the side of; guard the side of; attack the side of; go around the side of
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{v} to attack or hit on the side
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{n} the side
Flank
latus
flank
Area on a gear tooth below the pitch line
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Nautical: Maximum (of speed). Historically faster than full speed (the most a vessel can sustain without excessive engine wear or risk of damage), now frequently used interchangeably. Typically used in an emergency or during an attack (All ahead flank!)
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{i} side between the ribs and hip (on a person or animal); cut of meat from the flank of an animal; side of anything (i.e. mountain, ship)
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The sword-arm side of the fencer's body
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usually, the two outer rows on either side of the board, though sometimes including the adjacent bishop file
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The right or left extremity of a unit; the element on the extreme right or left of the line; a direction at right angles to the direction a unit is facing
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a subfigure consisting of a side of something be located at the sides of something or somebody
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That part of a bastion which reaches from the curtain to the face, and defends the curtain, the flank and face of the opposite bastion; any part of a work defending another by a fire along the outside of its parapet
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To border; to touch
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the side between ribs and hipbone
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The fleshy or muscular part of the side of an animal, between the ribs and the hip
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The parts of the bastion that join the faces to the ramparts The line of fire from a flank would run parallel to the wall that it abuts and defends
flank
The side of anything large can be referred to as its flank. They continued along the flank of the mountain
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The outermost strip of a road
flank
the side; the right or left of a formation
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To attack the flank(s) of something
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The side of a military formation; a column has longer flanks than a line
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To stand at the flank or side of; to border upon
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A cut of meat from the flank of an animal
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To overlook or command the flank of; to secure or guard the flank of; to pass around or turn the flank of; to attack, or threaten to attack; the flank of
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To be posted on the side
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Muscle mass situated between the ribs and the hit Often applied to a hip or waist cut
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The extreme left or right edge of a military formation, army etc
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An animal's flank is its side, between the ribs and the hip. He put his hand on the dog's flank
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To place to the side(s) of something
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The side of any building
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That part of the acting surface of a gear wheel tooth that lies within the pitch line
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A flank of an army or navy force is one side of it when it is organized for battle. The assault element, led by Captain Ramirez, opened up from their right flank
flank
If something is flanked by things, it has them on both sides of it, or sometimes on one side of it. The altar was flanked by two Christmas trees Bookcases flank the bed. to be on both sides of someone or something
flank
a subfigure consisting of a side of something
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The left or right side of the field Also known as the wing
flank
a cut from the fleshy part of an animal's side between the ribs and the leg
flank
The area to the right and left of a formed unit between its front and rear is its flank Fire and melee bonuses are given to units that attack an enemy unit's flank
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The left and right edge of an army, most vulnerable to attack Immigrants - People from foreign countries who have settled in the United States
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The sides of the field also known as the wing
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be located at the sides of something or somebody
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To be placed to the side(s) of something (usually in terms of two objects, one on each side.)
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the side of military or naval formation; "they attacked the enemy's right flank"
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A combat maneuver that grants a bonus to melee attack rolls based on relative positioning If a defender is directly between two attackers, both of whom threaten that defender’s space, then the attackers flank the defender In such a case, each attacker gains a +2 flanking bonus to attack rolls A rogue in a flanking position can also sneak attack the target
flank
the side between ribs and hipbone a cut from the fleshy part of an animal's side between the ribs and the leg the side of military or naval formation; "they attacked the enemy's right flank"
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the side of the trunk of body on the sword-arm side
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Also known as the wing, this refers to the a-, b-, or c- files and the f-, g-, and h- files on the chessboard
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The side of an army, or of any division of an army, as of a brigade, regiment, or battalion; the extreme right or left; as, to attack an enemy in flank is to attack him on the side
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Area between the belly and the wings, more posterior
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