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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} taşımak
çekmek
sürüklemek
{i} vurgun
(Askeri) foroz
(Denizbilim) ağdan çıkan balık miktarı
(Askeri) dönmek
(Denizbilim) çekim
taşıma uzaklığı
{f} çek
çekiş
çekme
ganimet
bir ağdan çıkan balık miktarı
taşınııan şey
{f} yön değiştirmek
dönmek çekme
{i} taşıma mesafesi
{i} yük
{i} çekilen balık miktarı
taşıma
{i} bir ağda çıkarılan balıklar. 3
{f} ağ ile balık tutmak
hisa etmek
{i} çekici
{f} (rüzgâr/gemi) yön değiştirmek, dönmek
{f} den. vira etmek
{i} haksız kazanç
kuvvetle çekmek
(Ticaret) nakliye
(Ticaret) navlun
haul away
(Askeri) yürya
haul in
(Askeri) salya etmek
haul over the coals
(deyim) paylamak
haul over the coals
(deyim) haşlamak
haul seine
(Denizbilim) ığrıp
haul over the coals
fırça çekmek
haul up
yukarıya çekmek
haul up
çağırıp azarlamak
haul down
aşağı çekmek
haul down the red flag
kırmızı bayrağı aşağı çekmek
haul in one's sails
Kişinin yelkenlerine vurgun
haul in so.'s sails
içinde çekmek kadar. 's yelken
haul in the sail
yelken içinde vurgun
haul of
haul
haul out
dışarı çekmek
haul rope
çekme halatı
haul s.o. over the coals
k. dili birini haşlamak/azarlamak
haul to the wind
orsasina seyretmek, vira etmek
haul distance
(İnşaat) taşıma mesafesi
haul down
(Fiili Deyim ) indirmek
haul off
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- geri çekmek 2- kuvvetli bir yumruk vurmak için kolu iyice geriye çekmek
haul off
yön değiştirmek
haul off
(Tekstil) kumaşın çekmesi
haul off
yumruk atmak için gerilmek
haul road
nakliye yolu
haul road
servis yolu
haul s.o. over the
birini azarlamak/haşlamak
haul up
düzeltmek
haul up
yön değiştirmek
haul up
çıkarmak
haul up
(Askeri) orsa etmek
haul up
mahkemeye çıkarmak
haul up
iyi yola sevketmek
hauling
taşıma
cross haul
halatla yükleme
cross haul
halatla yükleme (kamyonla vb)
hauling
(İnşaat) kamyon taşımacılığı
in the short haul
kısa vadede
long haul
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) uzun erimli
short haul
kısa erimli
short haul
(Bilgisayar) kısa çekme
time of haul
(İnşaat) taşıma süresi
veer and haul
(Askeri) laçka ve vira etmek
hauling
{f} çek
hauling
{i} çekiş
log haul
tomruk çekme
a long haul
1. uzun taşıma mesafesi. 2. uzun süren zor bir iş
hauling
çekerek
iheshe would haul pull
iheshe çekmek çekmek istiyorsunuz
in the short haul/term
kısa vadede
long haul
Uzun dönem
long-haul flight
uzun mesafe uçuş
long-haul flights
Uzun mesafe uçuşlarında
man-haul
insan tarafından çekilen
rake/haul sb over the coals
birine ağzının payını vermek
line haul
(Askeri) UZUN MESAFELİ NAKLİYAT: Kara yolları ile nakliyata; yol üzerinde uzun seyahatleri icap ettiren ve yolda geçen süre oranı, yükleme ve boşaltma için harcanan zamandan daha yüksek olan bir nakliyat şekli. Uzun mesafeli nakliyat, genel olarak, günde nakledilen ton-mil esasına göre değerlendirilir. Demiryolu nakliyatında, bu terim, malzemenin demiryolu üzerinde bir noktadan diğerine intikalini veya taşınmasını ifade eder; fakat, bunda, manevra için sarfedilen zamanı hariç tutar
local haul
(Askeri) kısa mesafeli nakliyat
local haul
(Askeri) KISA MESAFELİ NAKLİYAT: Kara ulaştırmasında; bir tesis, terminal, şehir veya faaliyet merkezi civarındaki kısa seyahatlarda kullanılan bir çeşit nakliyat. Kısa mesafe dahilinde yükleme ve boşaltmaya, nispeten büyük bir zaman ayrılır. Bu nakliyat, günlük ton miktarı esasına göre kıymetlendirilir
make a big haul
haksız kazanç sağlamak
make a big haul
malı götürmek
make a big haul
vurgun yapmak
nato short haul convoy
(Askeri) NATO KISA NAKLİYAT KONVOYU: Seyahati kıyı sularına inhisar eden; kalkış ve varış liman veya su terminalleri ayrı memleketlerde bulunan bir konvoy. Bak. "convoy"
short haul
kısa mesafe taşımacılığı
truck haul
kamyonla taşımak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To steer a vessel closer to the wind
A long drive, especially transporting/hauling heavy cargo
To pull or draw something heavy
To carry something; to transport something, with a connotation that the item is heavy or otherwise difficult to move
To shift fore (more towards the bow)
{v} to pull, to drag by violence
{n} a pull
Conveying wood from a loading point to an unloading point
A pulling with force; a violent pull
A single draught of a net; as, to catch a hundred fish at a haul
A bundle of about four hundred threads, to be tarred
If someone is hauled before a court or someone in authority, they are made to appear before them because they are accused of having done something wrong. He was hauled before the managing director and fired. Haul up means the same as haul. He was hauled up before the Board of Trustees
drag or transport, as in: He earned extra money by using his truck to haul vegetables to the local farmers' fair
To pull on a line
If you say that a task or a journey is a long haul, you mean that it takes a long time and a lot of effort. Revitalising the Romanian economy will be a long haul. see also long-haul
To pull or draw with force; to drag
If you haul something which is heavy or difficult to move, you move it using a lot of effort. A crane had to be used to haul the car out of the stream She hauled up her bedroom window and leaned out
To change the direction of a ship by hauling the wind
to go fast
To pull apart, as oxen sometimes do when yoked
To transport by drawing, as with horses or oxen; as, to haul logs to a sawmill
– To pull on a line, such as a halyard
That which is caught, taken, or gained at once, as by hauling a net
transport in a vehicle; "haul stones from the quarry in a truck"; "haul vegetables to the market"
See under Haul, v
{i} dragging, tugging, pulling; transporting; load which is transported; act of taking or acquiring; plunder, loot, objects which are taken or acquired
Transportation by hauling; the distance through which anything is hauled, as freight in a railroad car; as, a long haul or short haul
{f} drag, tug, pull; transport, carry; transport goods; arrive, reach a destination (after much effort); change direction (Nautical)
draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"
the act of drawing or hauling something; "the haul up the hill went very slowly"
transport in a vehicle; "haul stones from the quarry in a truck"; "haul vegetables to the market" draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets
A quick pull on the fly line through the stripping guide with the line hand during the back cast or forward cast It increases fly line speed and distance
draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets
the quantity that was caught; "the catch was only 10 fish"
To pull
A haul is a quantity of things that are stolen, or a quantity of stolen or illegal goods found by police or customs. The size of the drugs haul shows that the international trade in heroin is still flourishing
To heave or pull
Applied to the wind direction: to change in a clockwise fashion Also see veer and back
haul ass
To hurry; to move quickly, especially to leave

It's the cops! Haul ass!.

haul down
To violently cause to fall to the ground
haul his ashes
A euphemism for sexual intercourse

After six months in Iraq, he really need to get his ashes hauled.

haul off
To leave
haul off
To alter course so as to get farther away from an object
haul off
To draw back the arm in order to punch

He just hauled off and socked him in the jaw.

haul one's ashes
Have sexual intercourse with (someone)

I still get beautiful laddies to haul my ashes when my old balls get heavy.

haul one's ashes
To move someone's body, to move away

Anybody that can haul Sam Tate's ashes is my kinda of man.....

haul somebody over the coals
To express anger with someone in no uncertain terms when they do something wrong

The teacher hauled him over the coals for smoking in the toilets.

haul ass
Move very quickly, especially in order to escape. "When the shooting started we hauled ass out of there."
haul away
take away by means of a vehicle; "They carted off the old furniture"
haul in one's sails
slow down, be deterred
haul off
take away by means of a vehicle; "They carted off the old furniture"
haul out
Referring to an animal such as a seal pulling itself ashore
haul out
Remove a boat from the water
haul out
to climb up out of the water Seals often haul out onto rocks
haul up
come to a halt after driving somewhere; "The Rolls pulled up on pour front lawn"; "The chauffeur hauled up in front of us"
U-Haul lesbian
In North American lesbian culture, a relationship that progresses very quickly, for example moving in together after only a short period of time -- a pattern stereotypically attributed to relationships between two women
club haul
to tack a square-rigged sailing ship in a narrow space by using a lee anchor to turn the ship
long haul
A long time; the long term; an extended period

I thought it would be a short project, but now it looks like I'm in it for the long haul.

long haul
travelling a long distance

a long-haul flight.

long haul
a long distance
long-haul
Alternative spelling of long haul
long-haul
A long period of time: Over the long haul the candidates performed well
long-haul
A long distance: It is a long haul from New York to Los Angeles
back haul
Haul a shipment over part of the reverse route the car traveled with the initial load Shipment hauled back over part of or the entire route of the car Shipment moving in the direction of the light flow of traffic Picking up a load in a piece of equipment that normally runs empty
back haul
To transport a shipment back over part of a route which it has traveled
back haul
1 Return transportation movement usually at less revenue than the original move
back haul
The return movement of a means of transport which has provided a transport service in one direction
back haul
A roundabout way of connecting a circuit to take advantage of a cheaper route
back haul
A method of call routing in which the call is taken beyond its destination and then back to that destination Usually used to attain cheaper rates
hauling
a general term for the transportation of logs from one point to another, usually from a landing to the mill or shipping point
hauling
A general term for the transport of logs from one point to another, usually from a landing to the mill or shipping point
hauling
the activity of transporting goods by truck
hauling
present participle of haul
hauling
To lift a boat from the water
hauls
third-person singular of haul
line-haul
The tariff transportation charge to move your shipment from point of origin to it's final point of destination
line-haul
Transportation from one city to another as differentiated from local switching service
line-haul
Regular-route transit operations (generally express) along a corridor or corridors
long haul
A move that takes place over 450 miles Long hauls are performed with tractor-trailers Inventory: The list itemizing the goods and condition that you have released to the carrier
long haul
a journey over a long distance; "it's a long haul from New York to Los Angeles
long haul
a period of time sufficient for factors to work themselves out; "in the long run we will win"; "in the long run we will all be dead"; "he performed well over the long haul"
long haul
a journey over a long distance; "it's a long haul from New York to Los Angeles"
long haul
extended period of time; considerable distance
long haul
This refers to a network that spans distances larger than a local area network   Because electrical and optical transmissions fade over distance, long haul networks are difficult and expensive to implement   It is a variable term, as there is no official distance that defines a "long haul" network, but they are generally over 100 miles in length   Even longer distances are often referred to as ultra long haul
long haul
1 An extended period of time 2 A period of time long enough to allow a good bit of uncertainty 3 A year or more
long haul
A move that takes place over 450 miles Long hauls are (generally) performed with tractor-trailers
long haul
Long Haul are circuits spanning considerable distances
long-haul
Long-haul is used to describe things that involve transporting passengers or goods over long distances. Compare short-haul. learning how to avoid the unpleasant side-effects of long-haul flights. short-haul. long-haul flight/route/destination etc a long-haul flight etc is over a very long distance   short-haul short-haul
make a big haul
{f} earn a lot of money, make a killing, earn a fortune
short-haul
Short-haul is used to describe things that involve transporting passengers or goods over short distances. Compare long-haul. Short-haul flights operate from Heathrow and Gatwick. long-haul. a short-haul aircraft or flight travels a fairly short distance   long-haul
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
haul of
haul

    Турецкое произношение

    hôl

    Антонимы

    veer

    Произношение

    /ˈhôl/ /ˈhɔːl/

    Этимология

    [ 'hol ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English halen, halien (“to drag, fetch, compel, summon”), partly from Old English *halian, ġeholian (“to get, obtain”); partly from Old French haler (“to pull, haul”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *halōn (“to haul, drag, fetch”), Old Dutch halen (“to haul, drag, fetch”), from Proto-Germanic *halōnan, *haljanan, *hulōnan (“to call, fetch, summon”), from a conflation of Proto-Indo-European *kel- (“to drive”) and Proto-Indo-European *(s)kale-, *klā-, *klē- (“to shout, call”). Cognate with Old Frisian halia (“to get, drive home, take”), Old Saxon geholian, halōn (“to get”), Old High German halōn, holōn (German holen, “to get, fetch”), Latin celer (“swift”), Latin calo (“I call, summon”). Related to Old English healdan (“to grasp, hold, retain”). More at accelerate, claim, hold.

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