gearing

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} yönel
dişli çarklar jüyesi
dişli tertibatı
vites değiştirme
(Tekstil) sarım mekanizması
dişli takımı
gear
vites

Tom arabaya atladı ve onu vitese taktı. - Tom hopped into the car and put it in gear.

Tom arabayı vitese taktı ve uzaklaştı. - Tom put the car in gear and drove off.

gear
dişli

Sami yepyeni bir dişli satın aldı. - Sami bought a brand new gear.

gearing for the lifting mechanism
(Tekstil) kurs hareketi tahrik dişli sistemi
gear
{i} donanım
gear
{i} dişli çark
gear
giyecek
gear
giysi

Biz onların spor giysilerini unutmamalıyız. - We mustn't forget their sports gear.

gear
{i} takım

Tom dalış takımını giyiyordu. - Tom was wearing scuba gear.

Uçağın iniş takımında bir sorun var. - There's a problem with the plane's landing gear.

gear
yönelmek
gear
aygıt
gear
vites dişlisi
gear
giyim
gear
alet
gear
iniş takımı

Uçağın iniş takımında bir sorun var. - There's a problem with the plane's landing gear.

gear
mekanizma
gear
dişliçark
gear
donatı
gear
gear lever/stick/shift // vites kolu
gear
çark
gear
tertibat
gear
kıyafet
draft gearing
Taslak dişli
high gearing
dişli yüksek
intermediate gearing
dişli ara
low gearing
dişli düşük
reduce gearing
dişli azaltmak
bearing slides in the gearing section
(Tekstil) tahrik yatağı kızağı
cam gearing
(Tekstil) değiştirme tertibatı dişli sistemi
draft gearing
(Tekstil) çekim sistemi tahriği
friction gearing
sürtünmen dişli takımı
gear
çalışma
gear
koşum takımı
gear
pılı pırtı
gear
uydurmak
gear
oturtmak
gear
vitese takmak
gear
ayarlamak
gear
alet edevat
gear
oturmak
gear
teçhizat
gear
eşya
gear
vites değiştirmek
gear
{f} koşum takmak
gear
gear case dişli çark mahfazası
gear
{i} (belirli bir iş için kullanılan) eşya/takım/giysi
gear
{f} uymak
gear
{f} tam olmak
gear
şanjman
gear
(Askeri) Araç, alet, edevat (Savaş teçhizatı)
gear
{i} tertibat, düzen, aygıt
gear
gear down yavaş gitme ayarı vermek
gear
dişli,v.yönel: n.vites
gear
gear shaft dişli gearshif
herringbone gearing
(Otomotiv) çavuş dişlisi
spur gearing
düz dişli düzeni
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of gear
The ratio of a system of gears

The 4x4 could climb well as it had relatively low gearing.

the ratio of a company's loan capital (debt) to the value of its ordinary shares (equity)
the set or arrangement of gears in a machine
wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed; "the fool got his tie caught in the geartrain"
The ratio of debt capital to ownership claim
The ratio of your own money and borrowed funds in purchase of a home or an investment
The proportional relationship between debt capital and equity capital
In general terms, this refers to the ratio of the spur gear and pinion gear, when compared to the internal drive ratio of the car
Using a mechanical system of gears or belts and pulleys to increase or decrease shaft speed Power losses from friction are inherent in any gearing system
Also known as Leverage Gearing describes the situation when an asset is controlled for a relatively low upfront cost The impact of this is that profits or losses on the position are magnified in percentage terms It can be achieved by financial gearing, where an investor borrows money to buy an asset, thus reducing the initial cash outlay required Alternatively, futures and options can be used to create gearing In the case of futures, the investor only has to pay upfront margin when buying futures contracts rather than paying the whole purchase price In the case of options, the investor only has to pay an upfront premium In the case of companies, their level of financial gearing is measured by the Gearing Ratio or Interest Cover
Correct at 30 June 2002
a train of wheels for transmitting and varying motion in machinery
Debt + capital notes/debt + capital notes + total equity
(refer to margin trading or leverage)
A measure of the indebtedness or leverage of a company (or an individual for that matter) The degree of gearing is often measured by use of the debt-to equity ratio
the ratio of your own money and borrowed funds in an investment If a property is 'highly geared' then it has a high ration of borrowed funds compared to ownership
The ratio of the inboard (boatside) and outboard (waterside) lengths of the oar - and thus of the leverage of the oar handle The gearing can be adjusted by moving the button along the collar either inwards towards the handle (heavier) or outwards towards the spoon (lighter) Gearing can also be lightened by adding clams
{i} connected set of gears; process of fitting with gears
The ratio of the oar length inboard of the pin to the oar length outboard of the pin
the relationship between a company's shareholders' funds and some form of outside borrowing Expressed as a ratio
A British term used to describe one aspect of leverage of an option It is not uniquely defined but the two most common definitions are (1) The price of the underlying divided by the price of the option (2) The strike price of the option divided by the price of the options
the ratio of your own money and borrowed funds in an investment
(1) a measure of the debt ratio, which is the amount of borrowing compared with the equity in an asset (2) borrowing to invest, such as when purchasing a house using a mortgage or purchasing a share portfolio using a margin loan
Debt relative to capital and reserves This is a British term
(1) a measure of the debt ratio which is the amount of borrowing compared with the equity in an asset (2) borrowing to invest, such as when purchasing a house using a mortgage or purchasing a share portfolio using a margin loan Can be positive or negative
A measure of how much a company has borrowed (usually related to its total assets) Gearing may also be used when referring to a fund’s borrowing
Financial leverage
The parts by which motion imparted to one portion of an engine or machine is transmitted to another, considered collectively; as, the valve gearing of locomotive engine; belt gearing; esp
A company's debts expressed as a percentage of its equity capital
Gearing is an investment term for borrowing Borrowing is permitted to buy further investments If assets rise in value, gearing magnifies the return to ordinary shareholders Correspondingly, If the share price falls, gearing magnifies the fall
the relationship between the amount of money that a company is worth and the amount that it owes in debts
Harness
The ratio of your own loan amount to the value of your security
Ratio of net debt to equity at year-end
gearing ratio
The gearing ratio shows the proportion of the total capital of the firm that is loan capital It therefore measures the extent to which the company has borrowed The higher the gearing ratio, the greater the proportion of their capital the firm has borrowed and the higher the interest payments the firm faces will be
gearing ratio
The ratio of debt finance to the total shareholders' funds
gearing ratio
An accounting ratio which measures the level of debt finance a company has raised relative to its level of shareholders' funds, also known as the debt to equity ratio It is usually defined as debt divided by shareholders' funds, expressed as a percentage The precise definition will vary, however, from situation to situation The higher the percentage from the calculation, the more highly geared a company is It is possible to calculate the net gearing ratio, where cash balances are deducted from debt in the calculation See also Interest Cover and Gearing
gearing ratio
Net debt/(net debt + shareholders funds) or (long term debt/(net debt + shareholders funds)
gear
A configuration of the transmission of an motor car so as to achieve a particular ratio of engine to axle torque
gear
(mostly British (Scouse)) great or fantastic
gear
To fit with gears in order to achieve a desired gear ratio
gear
equipment or paraphernalia, especially that used for an athletic endeavor
gear
{f} equip with gears; put into gear (Machinery); supply, equip; adjust, conform
gear
{v} to dress, deck, put harness on horses
gear
{n} accouterments, dress, traces, stuff, goods
Gear
gere
gear
Anything worthless; stuff; nonsense; rubbish
gear
Warlike accouterments
gear
Gear means clothing. I used to wear trendy gear but it just looked ridiculous
gear
equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc
gear
To be in, or come into, gear
gear
general term that normally refers to a toothed wheel
gear
A rotating wheel-like object with teeth around its rim A gear is used to transmit force to another gear with matching teeth A screw called a worm or a toothed shaft called a rack may replace one of the wheels Gears of different sizes can be used to change the speed of a mechanism If a gear with many teeth drives a gear with fewer teeth, there is an increase of speed If a gear with fewer teeth drives a gear with more teeth, there is a decrease in speed
gear
sometimes a word that means "all the equipment"
gear
All of the lines used to haul a sail up to its yard These include clew lines, bunt lines, reef lines, and leech lines
gear
A special type of wheel and axle A gear is a wheel with teeth
gear
Manner; custom; behavior
gear
Goods; property; household stuff
gear
A wheel with teeth that, when meshed with the teeth of another wheel, is able to transmit, modify, or change the direction of an applied force
gear
a toothed wheel that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion
gear
Any tools used to catch fish, such as hook and line, trawls, gill nets, traps, spears, etc
gear
Whatever is prepared for use or wear; manufactured stuff or material
gear
The "gear" of a bicycle relates to the mechanical advantage of the whole drive system In a low gear, the pedals are easy to turn, but you have to spin very fast to get any speed up In a high gear, the pedals are hard to turn, but you don't have to make them turn very fast to make the bicycle go fast The gear of a bicycle depends on the ratio between the sizes of the front and rear sprockets, and the size of the drive wheel If the bicycle is equipped with planetary gears, they also affect the gear There are several ways of designating gears numerically See gain ratios, gear inches, and development For information on using your bicycle's gears, see my article: Everything You Wanted to Know About Shifting Your Bicycle's Gears, But Were Afraid to Ask
gear
A large combat robot, standing between 3 and 8 meters in height Used extensively in the world of Terra Nova
gear
a toothed wheel that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc
gear
Business matters; affairs; concern
gear
a particular combination or choice of interlocking gears, such that a particular gear ratio is achieved
gear
If someone or something is geared to or towards a particular purpose, they are organized or designed in order to achieve that purpose. Colleges are not always geared to the needs of mature students My training was geared towards winning gold in Munich. be geared to sb/sth to be organized in a way that is suitable for a particular purpose or situation. Machine component consisting of a toothed wheel attached to a rotating shaft. Gears operate in pairs, the teeth of one engaging the teeth of a second, to transmit and modify rotary motion and torque. To transmit motion smoothly, the contacting surfaces of gear teeth must be carefully shaped to a specific profile. The smaller of a gear pair is often known as the pinion. If the pinion is on the driving shaft, the pair acts to reduce speed and to amplify torque; if the pinion is on the driven shaft, the pair acts to increase speed and reduce torque
gear
An apparatus for performing a special function; gearing; as, the feed gear of a lathe
gear
To provide with gearing
gear
A toothed wheel, or cogwheel; as, a spur gear, or a bevel gear; also, toothed wheels, collectively
gear
(n) A toothed wheel device that acts as a mechanical linkage to transmit power and motion between machine parts Most gears transfer rotary motion from one shaft to another They change the location and can change both the orientation and speed of the rotary motion Certain gear types transform rotary motion into linear (reciprocating) motion
gear
a mechanism for transmitting motion by gears for some specific purpose (as the steering gear of a vehicle)
gear
A general term for ropes, blocks, tackle and other equipment
gear
great or fantastic
gear
Engagement of parts with each other; as, in gear; out of gear
gear
A moving part receiving or imparting force by means of teeth engaging with teeth of a similar or corresponding part
gear
A term used for various things Depending on the context, it means the gear ratio or a specific driven sprocket
gear
{i} set of interlocking wheels; mechanism in an automobile; tools, supplies; clothes (Slang); drugs (Slang)
gear
a toothed wheel,usually fixed to a shaft so that it rotates at the same speed as the shaft
gear
matter of business of any kind
gear
The harness of horses or cattle; trapping
gear
The gear involved in a particular activity is the equipment or special clothing that you use. About 100 officers in riot gear were needed to break up the fight. fishing gear They helped us put our gear back into the van
gear
a mechanism for transmitting motion by gears for some specific purpose (as the steering gear of a vehicle) set the level or character of; "She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience
gear
See 1st Jeer (b)
gear
The gears on a machine or vehicle are a device for changing the rate at which energy is changed into motion. On hills, he must use low gears The car was in fourth gear He put the truck in gear and drove on
gear
set the level or character of; "She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience"
gear
a toothed wheel used to transfer mechanical energy
gear
A mechanism that transmits motion and force via toothed wheels
gear
a toothed wheel that developed from the wheel and lever
gear
To dress; to put gear on; to harness
gear
Clothing; garments; ornaments
gear
A general term that normally refers to either the spur gear and pinion gear
gear
a wheel with grooves (teeth) engraved on the outer circumference, such that two such devices can interlock and convey motion from one to the other
hookes gearing
Spur gearing having teeth slanting across the face of the wheel, sometimes slanting in opposite directions from the middle
gearing

    Расстановка переносов

    gear·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    gîrîng

    Произношение

    /ˈgərəɴɢ/ /ˈɡɪrɪŋ/

    Общие Словосочетания

    gearing up

    Слово дня

    moratorium
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