hat

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
şapka

Bu şapka üzerinde iyi durdu. - That hat becomes you.

O, bize güzel bir şapka gösterdi. - He showed us a beautiful hat.

(isim) şapka
ıyaş
hat in hand
mütevazı
hat shop
şapkacı dükkanı
hat rack
şapka rafi
hat sanatı
Calligraphy
hat shop
şapkacı dükkânı
hat stand
şapka askısı
hat-trick
(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
hat-trick
(Spor) El çabukluğu
hat-trick
(Spor) Bir spor karşılaşmasında özellikle futbolda bir oyuncun aynı oyunda 3 kez gol atması/skor yapması
hat-trick
(Spor) üçleme
hat in hand
alçakgönüllü
hat in hand
mütevazi
hat press
şapka kalıbı
hat tree
şapka askısı
hat trick
el çabukluğu
hat trick
üst üste üç sayı
hatted
şapkalı
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
Telefon, telgraf, televizyon gibi araçlarla iletişim sağlayan yol, kanal
Elektrik akımı taşıyan tel veya kablo sistemi: "Bir kablodan muhtelif hatlar çıkar."- S. F. Abasıyanık
Ulaşım sağlayan bir taşıtın uğradığı yerlerin bütünü, yol, geçek
Yazı
Çizgi
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Çaylak kuşu
Sınır: "Dalga dalga ilerleyen hücum hatlarımız birinci düşman siperlerine girdi."- A. Gündüz
islam kültürlerinde, belirli kurallara uyarak güzel yazı yazma sanatı
Elektrik akımı taşıyan tel veya kablo sistemi
Vücut biçimi
Yüzü biçimlendiren çizgi veya kırışıklık: "Yüz hatları bütün bu rivayetleri doğruluyor."- H. Taner
Yüzü biçimlendiren çizgi veya kırışıklık
Sınır
HAT'ARE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir hâl üzerine karar etmeyip devamlı değişmek
HAT'ET
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Düşürmek
HAT'ET
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vurmak, darb
HAT'ET
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cima etmek
hat bekçisi
Demir yolunu, telefon, telgraf hatlarını gözetleyip koruyan görevli kimse
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A covering for the head, often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration
A particular role or capacity that a person might fill

My mother was wearing several hats in the early fifties: hostess, scout, wife, and mother.

The lottery or draw itself

We're both in the hat, let's hope we come up against each other.

Any receptacle from which numbers/names are pulled out in a lottery
{n} a part of dress, a cover for the head
A hat is a head covering, often with a brim round it, which is usually worn out of doors to give protection from the weather
furnish with a hat
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?
The enzyme responsible for the acetylation of lysine residues on histone tails
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
put on or wear a hat; "He was unsuitably hatted"
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
— calligraphy
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
height above touchdown
To pull something out of the hat means to do something unexpected which helps you to succeed, often when you are failing. Southampton had somehow managed to pull another Cup victory out of the hat
headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
A covering for the head; esp
Same as Caret
The portion of a detachable brake disc that comes in contact with the wheel hub
pres
n topi
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"
Job, the duties of a post
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
Cf
A cap or hat worn by officers or enlisted men when full-dress uniform, or dress uniform, is not worn
of Hote to be called
{i} headcovering shaped from fabric or other material; person's role or position
Slang: High hat cymbals Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
Standing in the doorway
an informal term for a person's role; "he took off his politician's hat and talked frankly"
{f} put on a hat; cover with a hat; provide with a hat
A particular role, especially one which includes a head-covering
Hot
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
sing
{i} chapeau
hat hair
An accidental hairdo resulting from the wearing of a hat
hat in hand
With humility; in an apologetic or self-effacing fashion

He came back the next day, hat in hand, to correct the problem he left behind.

hat over the windmill
Alternative form of cap over the windmill
hat parade
A parade in which people all wear hats, especially comical ones
hat rack
A piece of furniture used to store hats and clothing on, consisting of a pole with pegs on a moderately broad base; a hatstand
hat racks
plural form of hat rack
hat stand
Alternative spelling of hatstand
hat tournament
A tournament format for any team sport or game in which the teams are determined by randomly dividing up the participants into appropriately sized groups
hat tree
A hat rack; hatstand
hat trees
plural form of hat tree
hat trick
Three goals scored by one player in a game, usually followed by a shower of hats onto the ice

After Jones' hat trick, the attendents had to pick up about 75 hats from the ice.

hat trick
Striking out three times in one game

Jones got a hat trick yesterday. Let's see if he can do something today.

hat trick
Three achievements in a single game, or similar, such as three consecutive wins

The car salesman came home with front-row seats after turning a hat trick at work.

hat trick
Three wickets taken by a bowler in three consecutive balls
hat tricks
plural form of hat trick
hat-rack
Alternative spelling of hat rack
hat-stand
Alternative spelling of hatstand
hat-trick
Alternative spelling of hat trick
Hat Act
(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
hat box
a special box used for carrying a hat in
hat in hand
while surrendering
hat stand
a tall pole with hooks at the top used to hang coats and hats on
hat trick
Three goals scored by the same player in a single match Originated in cricket where a player was awarded a new hat for taking three wickets with three balls
hat trick
a series of three successes, especially in sports such as football when the same person scores three times
hat trick
Three goals by a single player in one game
hat trick
The scoring of three or more goals by a player in one game A natural hat trick is when the same player scores three consecutive goals
hat trick
scored by a player in one game
hat trick
Three goals scored by the same player in a single match
hat trick
Three goals scored by one player in a single game
hat trick
When a player scores three goals in a game
hat trick
three goals in a single game by a single player; if a player scores three consecutive goals in a game it is called a natural hat trick
hat trick
The feat of scoring three or more goals in a game
hat trick
a three in a row success
hat trick
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
hat trick
Slang for hitting three bulls in one turn
hat trick
3 goals by a single player in a game
hat trick
(sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc
hat trick
(sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc )
hat trick
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
hat trick
3 or more goals scored in a game by a single player
hat trick
The scoring of three or more goals by a player in one game
hat trick
(Sports) series of three successive wins; three goals scored by the same player in one game (Soccer; Ice hockey); three wickets taken by a one player in three successive balls (Cricket)
hat trick
Three deals written on the same day
hat trick
Three goals scored by a player in a game
hat-trick
A hat-trick is a series of three achievements, especially in a sports event, for example three goals scored by the same person in a football game
Davey Crockett hat
Alternative spelling of Davy Crockett hat
black hat
(Can we clean up() this sense?) A malicious hacker who commits illegal acts
bobble hat
An insulating hat with one or more decorative pieces of spherical fluff on top
crush hat
Any hat not injured by compressing
dunce hat
A conical hat one is forced to wear to indicate he is a dunce
gray hat
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
hatted
Wearing a (specified type of) hat
high-hat
To snub or treat condescendingly

I don't high-hat technical words, because I know there a lot of things that can't be said any other way, but the doctor's lengthy explanation simply boiled down to this, that .

paper hat
Any of several hats made from paper; especially ones made from crepe paper as a party novelty, or ones constructed from newspaper and traditionally worn by printers
pick out of a hat
To substitute a guess for unavailable data

That number was just picked out of a hat.

pick out of a hat
To determine by chance
pope hat
The mitre worn by popes

She was dressed in purple and had the Pope hat and everything.

pork pie hat
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
take one's hat off to
To publicly praise or thank
throw one's hat in the ring
To announce one's candidacy in a contest

At that time her chances had been excellent. But then two other people had thrown their hats in the ring, Joan Voller and Sidney Hamilton, and both of them were colleagues on State Executive.

throw one's hat into the ring
Alternative form of throw one's hat in the ring
tip one's hat
To acknowledge or show respect; to honor

I tip my hat to whoever invented the root beer float.

white hat
A white hat hacker
white hat hackers
plural form of white hat hacker
wide-awake hat
Alternative spelling of wideawake hat
A hat
titfer
A hat
chapeau
hats
Head And Torso Simulator
hats
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
hats
Hybrid Automatic Test System
hats
Plural of hat
hatted
wearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind; "two old ladies, neatly hatted and gloved"; "a bearskin-hatted sentry
hatted
wearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind; "two old ladies, neatly hatted and gloved"; "a bearskin-hatted sentry"
hatted
Covered with a hat
hatting
The business of making hats; also, stuff for hats
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
line

I called her, but the line was busy. - Onu aradım, ancak hat meşguldü.

Please tell me which railway line to use from the airport to downtown. - Havalanından şehir merkezine hangi demir yolu hattını kullanacağımı bana söyle lütfen.

track

I cross the railroad tracks every morning. - Her sabah demir yolu hattını geçerim.

He crosses the railroad tracks every morning. - Her sabah tren hatlarını geçer.

route
(transport or communications) line
(facial or bodily) feature, contour
(Elektrik) line, wire
handwriting; calligraphy
ichno
lettering
line; writing yazı
loop
note

Don't hesitate to send a note if you observe an error. - Hata görürsen bir not göndermekten çekinme.

writing

When writing English, she rarely makes a mistake. - İngilizce yazarken, nadiren hata yapar.

Although he was writing carefully, he had many mistakes in his writing task. - O, çok dikkatli yazmasına rağmen, yazma ödevinde çok sayıda hataları vardı.

limit

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.

channel
script
guideline
(Askeri,Teknik) link
railway track
stroke
carline
line up
hat düştü
call disconnected
hat for
line for
hat sanatı
Calligraphy
hat bakımcısı
lineman
hat bekçisi
watchman (guarding a railroad, telephone or telegraph line)
hat bekçisi
linesman
hat devresi
track circuit
hat değiştirme
shunt
hat değiştirmek
shunt
hat distorsiyonu
line distortion
hat döşeme
track laying
hat filtresi
line filter
hat genişliği
rail gauge
hat gerilimi
line voltage
hat gürültüsü
line noise
hat iyileştirme teçhizat tarayıcısı
(Askeri) line conditioning equipment scanner
hat işçisi
(demiryolu) surfaceman
hat işçisi
lineman; trackman
hat işçisi
lineman
hat karıştırmak
slang to be shown up, be embarrassed
hat kaybı
line loss
hat kaçağı
line loss
hat paraziti
line noise
hat rölesi
line relay
hat sanatı ile ilgili
graphic
hat seçici
line selector
hat sonlandırma birimi
(Askeri) line termination unit
hat sürücüsü arabirimi
(Askeri) line driver interface
hat teknisyeni
lineman
hat teknisyeni
linesman
hat transformatörü
line transformer
hat yazıcı birimi
(Askeri) line printer unit
hat yükü
line load
hat çekmek
to install a line
hat çekmek
install a (telephone) line
hat çekmek
to install a (telephone, telegraph) line
hat çekmek
install a line
hat

    Турецкое произношение

    hät

    Произношение

    /ˈhat/ /ˈhæt/

    Этимология

    [ '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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    ... And putting a hat had out, saying please support me. ...
    ... gone because my hat hat like that have to pay his debts ...

    Слово дня

    dentifrice
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