flap

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} kanat çırpmak
{i} (kanat) çırpma, çırpıntı, çırpış
sarkan et parçası
çırpıntı
kanatçık
(Dilbilim) çarpmalı
kulaklık
telaşa düşmek
sürgü
panik
klape
çırpış
(Tıp) flep
telaşa kapılmak
masa kanadı
çevirme klapesi
çadıra ait etek
kanatlarını çırpmak
(kanat/vb.) çırpma sesi
(zarf/cep/vb.) kapak
{f} çırp

Kuş kanatlarını çırptı. - The bird flapped its wings.

Kuşlar, uçmak için kanatlarını çırparlar. - Birds flap their wings to fly.

sallanmak
meraklanmak
çırpınmak
vurmak
telaş
(kanat) çırpmak
çarpmak
{i} (zarfa ait) kapak
{i} sinirlenme
birden atma
{i} kanat

Kuşlar, uçmak için kanatlarını çırparlar. - Birds flap their wings to fly.

Kuş kanatlarını çırptı. - The bird flapped its wings.

aşağı sarkan kanat veya kapak
dili fazla heyecan
{i} (kaskette) kulaklık
{i} çarpma sesi
{i} kapak
{i} çırpma
{f} sallamak
{i} (çadıra ait)
kuş kanadı gibi vurmak
{f} saçmalamak
sarkan bir şeyin çarpması veya çarpma sesi
{f} savurmak
(Tıp) Vücudun bir kısmından kesilip diğer bir kısmına eklenen doku kitlesi
{i} çırpma sesi
(Diş Hekimliği) deri, mukoza vb. yumuşak dokunun kazayla veya tedavi amacı ile cerrahi olarak, tamamen çıkartılmadan kesilip kaldırılması; lambo
{i} kanat sesi
{f} sinirlenmek
{i} heyecan
{i} (bayrak, yelken v.b.) dalgalanma
{i} ayakkabı dili
{f} telaşlanmak
{f} zırvalamak
heyecan verici durum
(Otomotiv) kolon
(Dilbilim) titrek
dalgalanmak (bayrak)
kanat çırpma
temizleme klapesi
klepe
cep kapağı
flap
flap in the wind
(Askeri) yapraklamak
flap pocket
(Tekstil) kapaklı cep
flap down
çırp
flap down
flap aşağı
flap gate
kanat kapağımenteşeli kapak
flap jacks
flap krikolar
flap so.'s lip
flap öyle. 'dudak s
flap the memory
flap bellek
flap track
flap yolu
flap valve
sürgülü supap, kanatlı supap, esnek supap
flap aileron
(Havacılık) flap kanatçığı
flap angle
(Havacılık) flap açısı
flap chord
(Havacılık) flap kirişi
flap control mechanism
flap kontrol mekanizması
flap door
(Tekstil) katlanır kapı
flap eared
sarkık kulaklı
flap gate
kanat kapak
flap gate
devrilir kapak
flap guide
(Havacılık) flap rehberi
flap hinge
kelebek menteşesi
flap lever
(Havacılık) flap kolu
flap lock
sürgülü kilit
flap locking device
torpido kilidi
flap off
kanat çırparak uzaklaşmak
flap operation
(Diş Hekimliği) flap operasyonu
flap selector
(Havacılık) flap seçicisi
flap selector
(Havacılık) flap selektörü
flap setting
(Havacılık) flap ayarı
flap station
klape ünitesi
flap station
klape istasyonu
flap trap
klapeli sifon
flap valve
kanatlı vana
flap valve
kanatlı supap
flap valve
klapeli vana
flip-flap
takla
flip-flap
çarpma sesi
flip flap
çarpma sesi yapmak
flip flap
takla atmak
flapping
{i} kanat çırpma
get into a flap
telaşlanmak
to be in a flap
telaşlanmak
air flap
hava flabı
dive flap
dalış flabı
flapping
{f} çırp
landing flap
iniş flapı
leading edge flap
ön kenar flapı
lift flap
kaldırma flapı
tent flap
çadır kapağı
wing flap
flap
dive flap
dalış flabi
dog flap
Kapıların alt ksmında köpek, kedi gibi evin hayvanının girip çıkması için yapılmış kısım
ear flap
kulak kapağı
external flap
dış flap
eye flap
göz kapağı
flapped
titrek
flapping
çırparak
free flap
(Tıp, İlaç) Serbest flep

1. We will use a free flap for the reconstruction of the defect on his lower leg. 2. Bacağındaki defektin onarımı için serbest flep kullanacağız.

front flap
on kapak
landing flap
iniş flapi
leading edge flap
on kenar flapi
lift flap
kaldırma flapi
mud flap
Kamyon vs. taşıtlarda tekerleğin taş, çamur atmasını önleyen ve tekerlek arkalarına takılan lastik veya plastikten yapılmış araç
plain flap
düz flap
pocket flap
(Giyim) Cep kapağı
shut-off flap
(Mühendislik) Kapama klapesi
slotted flap
yarıklı flap
split flap
yarık flap, parçalı flap
air flap
hava kapağı
be in a flap
{k} telaş içinde olmak
choke flap
(Otomotiv) hava klapesi
dive flap
(Havacılık) pike flabı
drip flap
(Havacılık) yağmurluk flabı
droop flap
(Havacılık) hücum kenarı flabı
exhaust flap
egzoz kapağı
flapping
(Havacılık) flap hareketi
fowler wing flap
(Havacılık) fowler tipi kanat flabı
heater flap
(Otomotiv) kalorifer kanal kapağı
landing flap
(Havacılık) iniş flabı
leading edge flap
(Havacılık) hücum kenar flabı
leading edge flap
(Havacılık) ön kıyı flabı
lift flap
(Havacılık) kaldırma flabı
nose split flap
(Havacılık) burnu yarık flap
nose split flap
(Havacılık) önden yarık flap
tent flap
çadır kanadı
valve flap
supap sürgüsü
wing flap
(Havacılık) kanat flapı
wing flap
(Havacılık) uçak kanadı
wing flap
(Havacılık) kanat flabı
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A hinged surface on the trailing edge of the wings of an aeroplane
to move something broad and loose back and forth, as flap its wings
Vagina
A hinged leaf, as of a table or shutter
to move loosely back and forth

The flag flapped in the breeze.

A disease in the lips of horses
An upset, stir, scandal or controversy

The comment caused quite a flap in the newspapers.

Anything broad and limber that hangs loose, or that is attached by one side or end and is easily moved; as, the flap of a garment
The motion of anything broad and loose, or a stroke or sound made with it; as, the flap of a sail or the flap of a wing
{v} to bear, hit, move with noise, fall in flaps
{n} a blow, disease, thing pulled up or down
pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds
If a bird or insect flaps its wings or if its wings flap, the wings move quickly up and down. The bird flapped its wings furiously A pigeon emerges, wings flapping noisily, from the tower
any broad thin and limber covering attached at one edge; hangs loose or projects freely; "he wrote on the flap of the envelope" a movable airfoil that is part of an aircraft wing; used to increase lift or drag a movable piece of tissue partly connected to the body the motion made by flapping up and down pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds move noisily; "flags flapped in the strong wind
an excited state of agitation; "he was in a dither"; "there was a terrible flap about the theft"
{f} loosely move back and forth, flutter (often noisily); move the wings or arms up and down; strike, slap, beat; get excited (Slang)
the motion made by flapping up and down
A flap of cloth or skin, for example, is a flat piece of it that can move freely up and down or from side to side because it is held or attached by only one edge. He drew back the tent flap and strode out into the blizzard. a loose flap of skin
Part of Book Jacket, often with the picture of the author See BOOK
movable surface that increases the lift or drag of an aircraft
To move as do wings, or as something broad or loose; to fly with wings beating the air
A flap on the wing of an aircraft is an area along the edge of the wing that can be raised or lowered to control the movement of the aircraft. the sudden slowing as the flaps were lowered
{i} loose back and forth movement; sound made by such a movement; moveable part attached only on one side (usually hangs loosely or covers something); uproar, commotion, scandal (Slang); partially separated area of skin (Surgery)
If something such as a piece of cloth or paper flaps or if you flap it, it moves quickly up and down or from side to side. Grey sheets flapped on the clothes line They would flap bath towels from their balconies as they chatted. = flutter
a movable airfoil that is part of an aircraft wing; used to increase lift or drag
The motion of anything broad and loose, or a stroke or sound made with it; as, the flap of a sail or of a wing
The Flap is a control surface found on some aircraft, usually located on the inboard trailing edge of each wing Flaps may be lowered to increase the lift of the aircraft by simulating an under-camber airfoil
To move, as something broad and flaplike; as, to flap the wings; to let fall, as the brim of a hat
a stir, scandal or controversy
(flp) n Obesity; corpulence
a movable part on the wing surface which, when extended on takeoff or landing, increases lift or drag
move with a flapping motion; "The bird's wings were flapping"
(1) in copy preparation, a single piece of copy used more than once, which has changes on a piece of paper or an overlay The copy is then photographed with the flap up for one page and down for another, with the only differences being the contents of the flap (2) The portion of a dust jacket which wraps inside the front and back covers and is made visible by opening the cover (3) A protective covering of tissue over artwork, that is hinged at the top; also called Tissue Overlay to top
To fall and hang like a flap, as the brim of a hat, or other broad thing
move noisily; "flags flapped in the strong wind"
Surface mounted on the trailing edge of a wing to increase lift during take-off/landing
a movable airfoil that is part of an aircraft wing; used to increase lift or drag a movable piece of tissue partly connected to the body the motion made by flapping up and down pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds move noisily; "flags flapped in the strong wind
To beat with a flap; to strike
any broad thin and limber covering attached at one edge; hangs loose or projects freely; "he wrote on the flap of the envelope"
A section of wall lining in a lava tube that has broken free and sagged or rolled down away from the wall Where only a small patch has been pushed off by gas pressure from behind it may be referred to as a 'burst'
make a fuss; be agitated
a movable piece of tissue partly connected to the body
If you flap your arms, you move them quickly up and down as if they were the wings of a bird. a kid running and flapping her arms
A thin protective layer (about 1/4 to 1/3 thickness) of corneal tissue created by the microkeratome
move with a thrashing motion; "The bird flapped its wings"; "The eagle beat its wings and soared high into the sky"
move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion; "The curtains undulated"; "the waves rolled towards the beach"
flap gate
A device that allows water to flow in one direction only through a culvert; it is used especially to drain surface water from coastal marshes at low tide
flap one's gums
To speak idly; to talk without effect

What's that old coot flapping his gums about this time?.

flap down
throw violently; "He slammed the book on the table"
flap of wings
beating of wings, up and down movement of wings (of a bird, bat, etc.)
flip-flap
to flop or flap about
flip flap
repeated movement of stroke of something long and loose
flip-flap
with repeated strokes and noise; "something going flip-flap in the night
cat flap
Small hinged panel, usually cut into a door, with an opening just big enough for a cat to enter

I let the cats out because they couldn't be arsed going through the cat flap. They were just sitting in front of the cat flap and yowling.

cat-flap
Small hinged panel, usually cut into a door, with an opening just big enough for a cat to enter

While she's distracted, Batman and Robin make heroic, synchronised leaps off the fridge onto the lino and crash hell for leather, one after the other, through the cat-flap. The cat-flap's plastic frame collapses in pieces on the floor behind them.

flapping
A description of a network interface or device that changes rapidly and repeatedly between online and offline states (compare thrashing)

This topic describes how DFM concludes that a system is excessively restarting or that a network adapter is flapping..

flapping
That flaps or flap

flapping sails.

flapping
The action of the verb to flap
flapping
A phonological process found in many dialects of English, especially American English and Canadian English, by which intervocalic /t/ and /d/ surface as the alveolar flap /ɾ/ before an unstressed syllable, so that words such as "metal" and "medal" are pronounced similarly or identically
mud flap
A flap that hangs down behind a vehicle's wheel so that mud and other things kicked up by the wheel will hit the flap instead of a vehicle behind
free flap
(Tıp, İlaç) The terms free flap and free tissue transfer are synonymous labels used to describe the movement of tissue from one site on the body to another. "Free" implies that the tissue, along with its blood supply, is detached from the original location ("donor site") and then transferred to another location ("recipient site"). This is in contrast to a "pedicled" flap in which tissue is left attached to the donor site and simply transposed to a new location keeping the "pedicle" intact as a conduit to supply the tissue with blood. Various types of tissue may be transferred as a free flap including skin and fat, muscle, nerve, bone, or any combination of these. An example of the latter would be a "free toe transfer" in which the 1st or 2nd toe is transferred to the hand to reconstruct a thumb. For all free flaps, the blood supply is reconstituted using microsurgery to reconnect the artery (blood into the flap) and vein (allows blood to flow out of the flap). The free flap is a type of microsurgery that is almost exclusively practiced by plastic surgeons
mud flap
A mudflap, or mud flap, is a flap, usually on a truck, to prevent mud from being thrown up onto the vehicle
cat flap
pet door a small hole cut into a door and covered with wood or plastic that moves to allow a pet cat to enter or leave a house
flapped
past of flap
flapping
present participle of flap
flapping
A description of a network interface or device that changes rapidly and repeatedly between online and offline states (confer thrashing)
flapping
{i} loose back-and-forth movement, fluttering (often noisy); moving up and down (of wings, arms, etc.)
flapping
the motion made by flapping up and down
flapping
The up and down motion of the rotor blade on its hinge Without flapping, a gyroplane would roll over on its side during flight because of the unequal lift of the rotor disc
flapping
When a crucial router on the Internet goes down, all the routers have to tell one another about it and recalculate new routes that bypass that router This adjustment results in large numbers of packets passing back and forth, with the result that the traffic becomes so heavy that the routing updates cannot occur properly, since the information does not make it through the traffic
flapping
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flapping
The excessive fluctuation of a network element between up and down states within a short period of time
flapping
A phonological process found in many dialects of English, especially American English and Canadian English, by which intervocalic /t/ and /d/ surface as the alveolar flap /ɾ/ before an unstressed syllable, so that words such as "metal" and "medal" are pronounced similarly or identically
flapping
A type of rotor head where the two rotor blades are not connected directly through the feathering shaft (a thick wire), each blade can move somewhat independently of the other resulting in smoother control of the helicopter and the to some degree the feel of a 60 size heli MORE
flaps
retractable trailing edges of a wing that move down to increase wing surface and increase lift on take-off Located closer to the fuselage than the aileron
flaps
Adjustable airfoils attached to the leading or trailing edges of aircraft wings to improve aerodynamic performance during takeoff and landing They are normally extended during takeoff, landing, and slow flight
flaps
a movable airfoil that is part of an aircraft wing; used to increase lift or drag
flaps
The part of the shipping container that is folding on top and bottom creased by scores Flaps are then usually closed with tape, glue or metal staples
flaps
third-person singular of flap
flaps
A horizontal control surface located on the bottom of the wing Adds extra lift for takeoffs and landings
flaps
Surfaces on the wing of an airplane that can be raised or lowered during takeoff or landing to increase lift (qv) or drag (qv)
flaps
Control surfaces on the wings which adjust the effective camber of the aerofoil and hence the amount of lift and drag generated at a given airspeed and angle of attack They differ from ailerons in that the flaps on both wings move in the same direction, so affecting the overall flying characteristics while ailerons on the left and right wings move in opposite directions and are used to roll the glider Positive flap settings (with the flaps deflected downwards) reduce the glider's stall speed and are used for landing and slow speed flight (such as when thermalling) Negative flap settings (flaps deflected upwards) improve the glide ratio at high speeds
flaps
Control surfaces on the trailing edge of the wing which are used to increase the amount of lift generated by the wings at slower speeds Allow aircraft to takeoff and land at slower speeds
flaps
plural of flap
flaps
Primary control device used to slow aircraft
flaps
Hinged pieces, or pieces extended on a curved track from the rear of the wing When the flaps are extended the lift of the wings is increased which allows the aircraft to fly slower Flaps are used during landing
flaps
Hinged control surface located at the trailing edge of the wing inboard of the ailerons The flaps are lowered to produce more aerodynamic lift from the wing, allowing a slower takeoff and landing speed Flaps are often found on scale models, but usually not on basic trainers
flaps
Hinged surfaces attached to the trailing edge of a wing, either to increase manoeuvrability (as on a control line aerobatic model) or to increase lift at the expense of drag (as on most full size aircraft and some radio control aeroplanes)
landing flap
a flap on the underside of the wing that is lowered to slow the plane for landing
mud flap
A triangular flap that hangs down below the front fender to protect the feet from spray Sociable cyclists who ride in wet conditions sometimes have rear mudflaps to protect their companions
pocket flap
a flap that covers the access to a pocket
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
flap
wing flap
flap ayarı
(Havacılık) flap setting
flap açısı
(Havacılık) flap angle
flap hareketi
(Havacılık) flapping
flap hareketi açısı
(Havacılık) flapping angle
flap kanatçığı
(Havacılık) flap aileron
flap kirişi
(Havacılık) flap chord
flap kolu
(Havacılık) flap lever
flap kontrol mekanizması
flap control mechanism
flap kumanda donanımı
(Havacılık) flap circuit
flap menteşesi
(Havacılık) flapping hinge
flap rehberi
(Havacılık) flap guide
flap selektörü
(Havacılık) flap selector
flap seçicisi
(Havacılık) flap selector
flap yolu
(Havacılık) flap track
burnu yarık flap
(Havacılık) nose split flap
düz flap
(Havacılık) plain flap
dış flap
external flap
yarık flap
split flap
yarıklı flap
slotted flap
flap
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