(Spor) İlk kullanıldığı dönemlerde üç kez peşpeşe hedeflenen başarıyı gösteren sporcunun performansı için "hat trick" ifadesi kullanılırken, günümüzde ardarda olmasına bakılmadan bu terim kullanılmaktadır. Örneğin İngiltere'de ilk dönemlerde bir futbolcunun bir maçta üç gol peşpeşe atması hat-trick kabul edilmekteydi
If you say that you are ready to do something at the drop of a hat, you mean that you are willing to do it immediately, without hesitating. India is one part of the world I would go to at the drop of a hat
approval If you say that you take your hat off to someone, you mean that you admire them for something that they have done. I take my hat off to Mr Clarke for taking this action
If you tell someone to keep a piece of information under their hat, you are asking them not to tell anyone else about it. Look, if I tell you something, will you promise to keep it under your hat?
On a train, a locomotive engineer and a conductor each wears a different kind of hat You will notice that various jobs in the society are designated by different hats From this we get the word hat as a slang term meaning one's specialized duties This is one's hat
Originally, "help authoring tool"; but since HTML also begins with an "H", the acronym is still useful S&C issued an article several years ago that argued for defining your project first and then choosing the major HAT (Doc-To-Help, ForeHelp, RoboHELP, or HDK) that was appropriate to your project The advice is still valid, but for HTML authoring tools, the criteria are somewhat different
If you say that something or someone is old hat, you mean that they have existed or been known for a long time, and they have become uninteresting and boring. The younger generation tell me that religion is `old hat' and science has proved this
Scientology slang term for a particular job, taken from the fact that in many professions, such as railroading, the type of hat worn is the badge of the job The term hat is also used to describe the write-ups, checksheets and packs that outline the purposes, know-how and duties of a job in a Scientology organization
to knock something into a cocked hat: see cocked hat. Head covering of any of various styles, used for warmth, fashion, or religious or ceremonial purposes, when it often symbolizes the office or rank of the wearer. In the West, through the Middle Ages, men wore hats in the form of caps or hoods, and women wore veils, hoods, or head draperies. The silk top hat originated in Florence 1760. The derby (bowler) was introduced in 1850. The cloth cap with visor was for decades the international standard for workingmen and boys. Women's hats went through periods of astonishing ostentation, the last being the years preceding World War I. Since 1960 the wearing of hats by both men and women has greatly declined in the West. With 15th-century origins, the broad-brimmed sombrero is still popular in Mexico and parts of Latin America. The people of East Asia have devised head coverings as simple as the Chinese coolie hat, a one-piece flattened cone, and as elaborate and decorative as the Japanese cap-shaped kammuri of black lacquered silk decorated with an upright streamer and imperial chrysanthemum crest. In India the Gandhi cap, fez, and turban are in general use. In regions where the Ottoman Empire ruled (including the Balkans and North Africa), the traditional headgear of the fez and tarboosh remained popular for men until the 20th century. Farther east, from Iran to South Asia (as well as in parts of coastal Arabia), various types of turbans have been worn by men. In the Arabian interior, the Levant, and parts of Syria and Iraq, the kaffiyeh (sometimes called a ghurah), a wide cloth held in place by a camel-hair cord (iql), remains customary, even for men sporting Western attire. In Israel the yarmulke is common, particularly among observant Jews
In British English, if you pass the hat around, you collect money from a group of people, for example in order to give someone a present. In American English, you just say pass the hat. Professors are passing the hat to help staff in their department
The headwear of the bando All instruments except for Sousaphones and Drumline wear the hat in the above picture Sousaphones wear berets
In competitions, if you say that the winners will be drawn or picked out of the hat, you mean that they will be chosen randomly, so everyone has an equal chance of winning. The first 10 correct entries drawn out of the hat will win a pair of tickets, worth £20 each
As it pertains to the Headline puzzle, one of the two words necessary to create the mixed alphabet (the other being the key) The hat is used to create a sequence of numbers which is then used to number the columns of a matrix containing the letters of the alphabet The columns are transposed according to their assigned numbers from the sequence The resulting alphabet consisting of the transposed columns is called the mixed alphabet
one with a crown and brim, made of various materials, and worn by men or women for protecting the head from the sun or weather, or for ornament
If you say that someone is wearing a particular hat, you mean that they are performing a particular role at that time. If you say that they wear several hats, you mean that they have several roles or jobs. putting on my nationalistic hat. various problems, including too many people wearing too many hats
an informal term for a person's role; "he took off his politician's hat and talked frankly" headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim put on or wear a hat; "He was unsuitably hatted" furnish with a hat
(1732) British law that restricted colonial manufacture and export of hats in competition with English hat makers, limiting the number of apprentices and forbidding the use of blacks in the trade. Part of the mercantile policy that restricted trade by the colonies and subordinated them economically, it enabled English hatters to dominate markets formerly supplied by New England and New York manufacturers
Scoring three goals in one game by a single player Fans typically throw hats on the ice in appreciation A Natural Hat Trick is scoring three goals in a row without intervening goals by any other player
Getting three batters "out" in three successive pitches so called because in the 17th century, a pitcher/bowler who accomplished the feat was rewarded by an immediate bonus, collected by passing a hat among gathered spectators
In the computer security community, a skilled hacker who sometimes acts legally and in good will and sometimes not. They are a hybrid between "white hat" and "black hat" hackers. They hack for no personal gain, and do not have malicious intentions, but do commit crimes
A flat-topped, round, man's hat popular with musicians of jazz, blues, ska. Made famous by the actor Buster Keaton, and by the jazz musician Lester Young. So called for its similarity in appearance to a traditional pork pie
Hanscom Area Towns Committee: a "Growth and Development Policy Committee" formed by the fours towns contiguous to Hanscom (Bedford, Concord, Lexington and Lincoln) 16 members Each town's delegation consists of one Selectman, one Planning Board member, one Conservation Commission/Natural Resources representative and one member at large Only the Selectmen are voting members All votes must be unanimous
Though Tom's English seems quite good at times, he doesn't seem to know his limitations and it's impossible to convince him that he's wrong when he makes a mistake. - Tom'un İngilizcesi zaman zaman oldukça iyi görünsede, o sınırlarını biliyor gibi görünmüyor ve o bir hata yaptığında onu hatalı olduğuna ikna etmek imkansızdır.
[ 'hat ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English hætt, from Proto-Germanic *hattuz (compare North Frisian hat, Swedish hatt), from pre-Germanic *kadnūs, from Proto-Indo-European *kadh- 'to cover' (compare Latin cassis 'helmet', Lithuanian kudas 'bird's crest or tuft', Avestan xaoda 'hat'). Contrast with hood.
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