fork

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
çatal

Yolun sağ çatalına gittim. - I took the right fork of the road.

Lütfen bize iki bıçak ve dört çatal verin. - Give us two knives and four forks, please.

(Biyokimya) çatallanma
iki kola ayrılma
apış
kollara ayrılmak
bahçıvan beli
(ikiye) ayrılmak
yaba ile kaldırmak
çatallı bel
{f} ikiye böl
çatallaşmak
yaba
fork lift çatallı kaldı
{f} çatal biçimi vermek
yol veya nehrin çatallaşan yer veya kolu
çatallaştırmak
{f} çatalla kaldırmak
(Tıp) n.Çatal dişi şeklinde sivri uzantılara sahip herhangi bir alet
bel
savurmak
{f} bellemek
{i} yolun/nehrin çatallaşan yer veya kolu, çatal
{f} bahç. bellemek
(Askeri) DAR ÇATAL: Topçuda, orta vuruş noktasını, uzunluğuna dört ihtimali sapma kadar hareket ettirmek için nişangahta milyem olarak yapılması gereken yükseliş düzeltmesi
yerden bitmek çatal şekli vermek
{i} bahç. bel
{f} ayrılmak
fork length
(Denizbilim) çatal boy
fork lift
(İnşaat) kaldıraç
fork lift truck
forkliftli kamyon
fork lift truck
çatallı yükleyici
fork out
sökülmek
fork lift
çatal kaldırıcı
fork out
(pul) sökülmek
fork out
uçlanmak
fork out
istemeyerek ödemek
fork up
teslim etmek
fork-tailed
çatal kuyruklu
fork truck
çatal kamyon
fork arm
çatal kolu
fork attachment
çatal eklemesi
fork axle
(Otomotiv) çatal dingil
fork blank
çatal boşluğu
fork chuck
çift çatallı torna aynası
fork end
çatal uç
fork end
çatal ucu
fork frame
çatal çerçevesi
fork grip
çatallı maşa
fork head
(Tekstil) çatal bağlantısı
fork in a road
yol ayrımı
fork intersection
çatal kavşak
fork junction
çatal kavşak
fork kit
çatal kiti
fork lift
çatallı kaldıraç [müh.]
fork lift truck
(Askeri) ÇATALLI İSTİF ARACI: Benzin veya elektrikle hareket eden tek motorlu ve iki veya daha çok çatallı bir kaldıracı (prong) bulunan hidrolik, mekanik veya makinalı bir kaldırma sistemine sahip araç. Çatallar bir paletin çerçevesine veya kızak kirişlerinin ya da panyol tahtalarının arasına saplanacak şekilde yapılmalıdır. Bundan sonra kaldırma sistemi taşımak veya istif etmek üzere çatallara takılı olan yükü kaldırır. Buna bazen (chisel truck) denir
fork link
çatal bağlantısı
fork link
(Otomotiv) çatallı mafsal
fork link bolt
(Otomotiv) çatallı mafsal cıvatası
fork out
(Fiili Deyim ) parayı ödemek , uçlanmak , bayılmak
fork out
ödemek
fork over
uçlanmak
fork over
çatalla almak
fork over
ödemek

Sonunda o antik radyo için 500 dolardan fazla ödemek zorunda kaldım. - In the end, I had to fork over $500 for that antique radio.

fork pin
çatal pimi -bağlantısı
fork plate
çatal plakası
fork region
(Biyokimya) çatallanma bölgesi
fork retainer
çatal tutucusu
fork rod
(Otomotiv) çatallı rot
fork shaft
çatal mili
fork spreader
çatallı yayıcı
fork tailed
çatal kuyruklu
fork up
ödemek
fork up
uçlanmak
forks
(Bilgisayar) çatallar

Bunlar sizin çatallarınız değil. - These are not your forks.

Çatalların yemek için genel kullanımı milattan sonra onuncu yüzyılda başladı. - The general use of forks for eating started in the tenth century A.D.

clutch fork
(Otomotiv,Teknik) kavrama çatalı
fork lift
(İnşaat) forklift
fork out
parayı ödemek
forked
bölünmüş
forked
çatallaşmış
joint fork
köşebentli çatal
reverse shift fork
(Otomotiv) geri vites çatalı
selector fork
çatal
shift fork
(Otomotiv) vites çatalı
shift fork
(Otomotiv) seçici çatalı
shift fork
çatal
shift fork
vites kavraması
shift fork
dişli kavraması
tuning fork
ayarlama çatalı
adjusting fork
ayar çatalı
belt fork
kayış çatalı
bicycle fork
bisiklet çatalı
clutch fork
debriyaj çatalı
clutch releese fork
debriyaj  çatalı
coupling fork
kavrama çatalı
data fork
veri çatalı
dung fork
gübre çatalı
forked
çatallı
forked
{f} böl
forking
{i} çatallaşma
forking
{f} çatallaş
hay fork
diren
salad fork
salata çatalı
spring fork
yay çatalı
telescopic fork
teleskopik çatal
tuning fork
ses çatalı
tuning fork
diyapazon
arrive at a fork
Bir yol ayrımına gelmek
carving fork
çatal oyma
clutch release fork
debriyaj çatalı, kavrama çatalı
farm to fork
(Gıda) Tarladan sofraya, üreticiden tüketiciye
forking
çatallaşarak
forks
çatal

Biz bıçak ve çatal yerine yemek çubuklarını kullanırız. - We use chopsticks in place of knives and forks.

Lütfen bize iki bıçak ve dört çatal verin. - Give us two knives and four forks, please.

front fork
(bisiklet) on çatal
gardening fork
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Bahçe tırmığı
gearshift fork
vites değiştirme çatalı
grill fork
ızgara çatal
relish fork
Uzun, ince, iki dişli çatal
selector fork
ayırma çatalı
strap fork
kayış çatalı
tuning fork
diyapozon
tuning fork oscillator
diyapazonlu osilatör
belt fork
kayıp çatalı
bole fork
balçık çatalı
center fork
(Tekstil) atkı durdurma çatalı
clutch releese fork
debriyaj çatalı
could i have a clean fork
temiz bir çatal alabilir miyim
coupling fork
çekme çatalı
damper fork
(Otomotiv) damper çatalı
damper fork
(Otomotiv) amortisör çatalı
damper fork bushing
(Otomotiv) amortisör çatalı burcu
filling fork
(Tekstil) atkı çatalı
fish fork
balık çatalı
forked
çatal
forked
forked lightning zikzaklı şimşek
forked
çatal biçiminde
forked
çatal şeklinde
forked
kollara ayrılmış
forked
x dön/ayrıl/çatalla taşı
forkful
çatal dolu
from field to fork
tarladan sofraya
grab fork
çift çeneli kepçe çatalı
lever fork
çatal levye
lifting fork
kaldırma çatalı
lock fork
tesbit çatalı
lumber fork
(İnşaat) kereste çatalı M
piston rod fork
piston kolu çatalı
rear fork
(Otomotiv) arka çatal
release fork tip play
(Otomotiv) ayırma çatalı ucu boşluğu
safety fork
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT EMNİYET ÇENGELİ: Paraşüt çözme tertibatını madeni bir parçası. Bu parça, paraşüt kollarının kazara açılmasını önler
selector fork guide shaft
(Otomotiv) selektör kılavuz mili
selector fork guide shaft
(Otomotiv) vites çatalı kılavuz mili
serving fork
servis çatalı
sorting fork
tasnif çatalı
steering fork kit
direksiyon çatalı kiti
stone fork
kaya çatalı
stone fork
balast çatalı
transport fork
nakliye çatalı
tuning fork
akort çatalı
universal joint fork
(Otomotiv) kardan mafsalı çatalı
universal joint fork
(Otomotiv) eklem çatalı
weft fork
(Tekstil) atkı çatalı
wooden fork
yaba
wooden winnowing fork
yaba
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A point in time where one has to make a decision between two life paths
To split a (software) project into several projects
To spawn a new child process in some sense duplicating the existing process
An intersection in a road or path where one road is split into two
The simultaneous attack of two adversary pieces with one single attacking piece (especially a knight)
Crotch
A forklift
The individual blades of a forklift
A gallows
In a bicycle, the portion holding the front wheel, allowing the rider to steer and balance
A utensil with spikes used to put solid food into the mouth, or to hold food down while cutting
A tuning fork
To kick someone in the crotch
To use a fork to move food to the mouth
A pronged tool having a long straight handle, used for digging, lifting, throwing etc
A splitting-up of an existing process into itself and a child process executing parts of the same program
A point where a waterway, such as a river, splits and goes two (or more) different directions
An event where development of some free software or open-source software is split into two or more separate projects
{n} an instrument with two or three prongs
{v} to shoot out into blades or branches
The place where a division or a union occurs; the angle or opening between two branches or limbs; as, the fork of a river, a tree, or a road
a barbed point, as of an arrow
Eating utensil made obsolete by the discovery of fingers
cutlery used for serving and eating food
place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy pieces
A point where a waterway, such as a river, splits and goes two (or more) different directions (see image)
When Unix starts a new process, it does so by cloning an existing process The cloning process is known in Unix-ese as fork Pronounce it carefully to avoid embarrassment
A move that serves two purposes Often a fork creates two ataris, strengthens two formations, or one each of the above
Usually refers to the front fork, the part of the frame set that holds the front wheel The fork is attached to the main frame by the headset The fork consists of the two blades that go down to hold the the axle, the fork crown, and the steerer The term "rear fork" is sometimes used to refer to the part of the frame that holds the rear wheel Joshua Putnam has a good discussion of forks and Bicycle Steering Geometry on his Web site
act of process creation in Unix by duplication of an existing process
{i} eating utensil with two or more prongs; pitchfork or other agricultural tool with prongs; road junction; branching out; spoke, cog; tuning fork
cutlery used for serving and eating food an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs shape like a fork; "She forked her fingers"
A command used to create and start a child process; to create and start such a process
When an executing process creates an exact executing duplicate (except for the different PID) of itself; see child process, spawn
n garpu
an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs
In the context of Keykos, a transitive verb When domain A forks domain B, a message is transfered from A to B and both domains are thereafter running
To create and start a child process
A tactic by which a friendly unit attacks at least two enemy unites with the same move
To shoot into blades, as corn
the point at which a stream branches or parts
To raise, or pitch with a fork, as hay; to dig or turn over with a fork, as the soil
(1) The command used to create and start a child process (2) The result of using the fork command See also parent process
To divide into two or more branches; as, a road, a tree, or a stream forks
If you fork food into your mouth or onto a plate, you put it there using a fork. Ann forked some fish into her mouth He forked an egg onto a piece of bread and folded it into a sandwich
A defect characterized by division of the main stem or bole of a tree into two or more stems
the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk
{f} branch out, split, separate, divide; make into the shape of a fork; pierce or lift with a fork
The Mac Standard and Extended file systems store a separate "data" fork and a "resource" fork as part of every file; data in each fork can be accessed and manipulated independently of the other In BSD, fork is a system call that creates a new process
Crotch (British usage)
A thread can fork into two threads, each identical to the original except that it continues on a separate branch of the program See E17
If a road, path, or river forks, it forms a fork. Beyond the village the road forked The path dipped down to a sort of cove, and then it forked in two directions. see also tuning fork
(v ) To create a new process that is a copy of its immediate parent See also: join, spawn>
A term that is used when one process creates another process This is also known as spawning a process
One of the parts into which anything is furcated or divided; a prong; a branch of a stream, a road, etc
the act of branching out or dividing into branches
The process of spawning a child process
Anything furcate or like a fork in shape, or furcate at the extremity; as, a tuning fork
A garden fork is a tool used for breaking up soil which has a row of three or four long metal points at the end
When one piece attacks two enemy pieces See the lesson on Forks
lift with a pitchfork; "pitchfork hay"
a part of a forked or branching shape; "he broke off one of the branches"; "they took the south fork"
The gibbet
A fork in a road, path, or river is a point at which it divides into two parts and forms a `Y' shape. We arrived at a fork in the road The road divides; you should take the right fork
An instrument consisting of a handle with a shank terminating in two or more prongs or tines, which are usually of metal, parallel and slightly curved; used for piercing, holding, taking up, or pitching anything
(1) tenace
divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork; "The road forks"
Simultaneously attacking two enemy pieces at one time with one piece
"an instrument used chiefly for the purpose of putting dead animals in one's mouth" (A Bierce)
A tuning-fork
fork bomb
the creation of a large number of self-replicating tasks or processes in a computer system in order to produce a denial of service
fork bombs
plural form of fork bomb
fork in the road
A point where a choice of two equally valid possibilities has to be taken
fork in the road
A junction in which one road becomes two divergent roads
fork out
To pay out, to hand over

The hard drive broke down, so I forked out five hundred dollars for a new one.

fork over
To pay (implies lots of money)
fork over
To turn over soil with a gardening fork
fork end
fork-like end of a bicycle frame tube which receives the wheel axle
fork out
If you fork out for something, you spend a lot of money on it. He will have to fork out for private school fees for Nina You don't ask people to fork out every time they drive up the motorways Britons fork out more than a billion pounds a year on toys. = cough up
fork out
to surrender someone or something to another; "the guard delivered the criminal to the police"; "render up the prisoners"; "render the town to the enemy"; "fork over the money"
fork up
to surrender someone or something to another; "the guard delivered the criminal to the police"; "render up the prisoners"; "render the town to the enemy"; "fork over the money"
fork-lift
device which is used to raise and lower loads (usually attached to a small tractor)
forked
That splits into two or more directions, or parts

A baidarka has a forked bow.

forked
Simple past tense and past participle of fork. To split into two or more directions

The road forked.

forkful
The amount that a fork will hold
seafood fork
A fork intended for eating seafood, as at formal dining where different forks are provided for different courses, a fish fork
tuning fork
a fork-shaped object which emits a tone of a specific frequency when struck
forked
{a} opening into two or more parts
Clark Fork
A river rising in southwest Montana near Butte and flowing about 579 km (360 mi) generally north then northwest to Pend Oreille Lake in the Idaho Panhandle. River, Montana and Idaho, U.S. Rising near Butte, Mont. , it flows in an irregular course for about 300 mi (480 km) to enter Pend Oreille Lake in northern Idaho. Glacier National Park, wildlife preserves, and national forests are in the adjacent mountains, which are noted for their spectacular scenery
Little Fork River
A river of northern Minnesota flowing about 212 km (132 mi) northward to the U.S.-Canadian border
North Fork
A river rising in the Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri and flowing about 161 km (100 mi) southward to the White River in northern Arkansas
carving fork
a large fork used to hold cooked meat firmly while you are cutting it
carving fork
a large fork used in carving cooked meat
farm to fork
of or pertaining to the human food chain as from the stage of production to its consumption
forked
resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches; "the biramous appendages of an arthropod"; "long branched hairs on its legson which pollen collects"; "a forked river"; "a forked tail"; "forked lightning"; "horseradish grown in poor soil may develop prongy roots"
forked
To split into two or more directions
forked
{s} divided, separated; zigzag, crooked; dishonest
forked
Something that splits into two or more directions, or parts
forked
Having a double meaning; ambiguous; equivocal
forked
Something that divides into two parts and forms a `Y' shape can be described as forked. Jaegers are swift black birds with long forked tails. having one end divided into two or more parts
forked
Formed into a forklike shape; having a fork; dividing into two or more prongs or branches; furcated; bifurcated; zigzag; as, the forked lighting
forked
having two meanings with intent to deceive; "a sly double meaning"; "spoke with forked tongue"
forkful
You can refer to an amount of food on a fork as a forkful of food. I put a forkful of fillet steak in my mouth. an amount of food on a fork forkful of
forkful
{i} amount that a fork can hold
forking
the act of branching out or dividing into branches
forking
the place where something divides into branches
forking
present participle of fork
forks
The gallows (Latin, furca ) Cicero (de Divinitate, i 26) says, "Ferens furcam ductus est, " often quoted in proof that criminals condemned to the cross were obliged to carry their own cross to the place of execution But the ordinary meaning of furca is a kind of yoke to which the hands of criminals were fastened The punishment was of three degrees of severity: (1) The furca ignominiosa; (2) the furca pænalis; and (3) the furca capitalis The first was for slight offences, and consisted in carrying the furca on the shoulders, more or less weighted The second consisted in carrying the furca and being scourged The third was being scourged to death The word furcifer meant what we call a gallows-bad or vile fellow
forks
The forks on most bikes do two jobs that is a) hold the wheel to the rest of the bike, and b) control how the wheel moves up and down to absorb bumps Each fork leg contains a spring to support weight and an oil damper to control how fast it extends or compresses
forks
- The sprung metal tubes that connect the front wheel to the motorcycle triple-tree
forks
third-person singular of fork
forks
horizontal tine-like projections, normally suspended from the carriage, for engaging and supporting loads
knife and fork
hearty eater
play a good knife and fork
eat ravenously, eat a lot of food quickly
salad fork
a fork intended for eating salads
skeleton fork fern
pantropical epiphytic or terrestrial whisk fern with usually dull yellow branches and minute leaves; America; Japan; Australia
toasting fork
long-handled fork for cooking or toasting frankfurters or bread etc (especially over an open fire)
toasting fork
a long fork used to hold bread over a fire to toast it
toasting fork
long-handled fork for cooking or toasting frankfurters or bread etc
toasting fork
(especially over an open fire)
tuning fork
fork that produces a specific musical tone and is used to adjust a musical instrument
tuning fork
a metal implement with two prongs that gives a fixed tone when struck; used to tune musical instruments
tuning fork
A tuning fork is a small steel instrument which is used to tune instruments by striking it against something to produce a note of fixed musical pitch
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение fork в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

fork kürkü
sealskin
yol ayrımı fork
in a road
fork

    Турецкое произношение

    fôrk

    Антонимы

    join

    Произношение

    /ˈfôrk/ /ˈfɔːrk/

    Этимология

    [ 'fork ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English forke (“digging fork”), from Old English force, forca (“forked instrument used to torture”), from Latin furca (“pitchfork, forked stake", also "gallows, beam, stake, support post, yoke”), of uncertain origin. The Middle English word was later reinforced by Old Northern French forque ( = Old French forche > French fourche), from the Latin. Cognate also with Dutch vork (“fork”), Danish fork (“fork”), German Forke (“pitchfork”). Displaced native gafol, ġeafel, ġeafle (“fork”), from Old English. In its primary sense of "fork", Latin furca appears to be derived from Proto-Indo-European *g'herk(ʷ)-, *g'herg(ʷ)- (“fork”), although the development of the -c- is difficult to explain. In other senses this derivation is unlikely. For these, perhaps it is connected to Proto-Germanic *furkaz, *firkalaz (“stake, stick, pole, post”), from Proto-Indo-European *perg- (“pole, post”). If so, this would relate the word to Old English forclas (pl., “bolt”), Old Saxon fercal (“lock, bolt, bar”), Old Norse forkr (“pole, staff, stick”), Norwegian fork (“stick, bat”), Swedish fork (“pole”).

    Времена

    forkfuls, forking, forked

    Общие Словосочетания

    fork out, fork lift, fork over

    Видео

    ... of time can fork into two rivers and if the river of time forks into two rivers, that ...

    Слово дня

    running dog
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