ironing

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ütülenecek çamaşırlar
(Mekanik) incelterek çekme
ütü

Gömleğin ütülenmesi gerekiyor. - The shirt needs ironing.

Aynı anda tırnaklarımı kesip ütü yapamam! - I can't cut my nails and do the ironing at the same time!

ütülü çamaşırlar
ütüleme

Mary ütülemeyi bitirdikten sonra ütüyü kapattı ve fişini çekti sonra soğuması için kendi haline bıraktı. - When she was finished ironing, Mary switched off the iron and unplugged it, then left it alone for a while to let it cool.

Sevgilim, endişe etme. Döndüğünde her şey hazır olacak - Bulaşıklar, ütüleme, her şey... Güzel bir banyo yapmaktan ve kendini kurulamaktan başka bir şey yapmak zorunda kalmayacaksın. - Dear, don't worry. When you get back everything'll be done—the dishes, the ironing, everything... You won't have to do anything other than take a nice bath and slip yourself under the covers.

{i} ütülenecek çamaşırlar: She's got a lot of ironing to do. Çok ütü işi
{i} ütülenecek şeyler
{i} ütüleme: Have you done the ironing? Çamaşırları ütüledin mi?
iron ütülen/ütüle
ütülenecek çamaşır
iron
ütü

Gömleğin ütülenmesi gerekiyor. - The shirt needs ironing.

Tom elbiselerini ütüledi. - Tom ironed his clothes.

iron
{f} ütülemek

Gömleğimi ütülemek zorundayım. - I have to iron my shirt.

Bu gömleği yine ütülemek zorunda kaldım! Son kez! - I had to iron his shirts again! It's the last time!

iron
{i} demir

Altın demirden daha ağırdır. - Gold is heavier than iron.

Altın, demirden daha fazla çeker. - Gold weighs more than iron.

ironing press
ütü presi
ironing table
(Tekstil) ütü masası
ironing board
ütü sehpası
ironing board
ütü tahtası
ironing machine
ütü makinesi
ironing press
pres
ironing press
ütüleme presi
ironing board
ütü tahtası/masası
ironing board
ütü masası
ironing fastness
(Tekstil) ütü haslığı
iron
söz
iron
ütü yapmak
iron
mangır
iron
kuvvetli
iron
demir (simgesi fe)
iron
kelepçelemek
iron
para
needing ironing
ütüsüz
iron
{f} ütüle

Gömleğin ütülenmesi gerekiyor. - The shirt needs ironing.

Tom gömleğini ütüledi. - Tom ironed his shirt.

iron
güçlü

Bu tekne üstün kaliteli alüminyum ve yüksek güçlü demir ile yapılır. - This boat is made with high grade aluminum and high strength iron.

cold ironing
karaya yanaşan gemiler için alternatif güç kaynağı sağlanması
cold ironing
karaya yanaşmış ve motoru kapalı durumdaki gemilere kargo yükleme ve boşaltma işlemi yapılırken, buzdolabı, soğutma ve ısıtma sistemleri ve diğer genel elektrikli aletlerin güç ihtiyacını karadaki bir güç kaynağından sağlama
man ironing
ütü yapan adam
fast to ironing
(Tekstil) ütüye karşı has
fastness to ironing
(Tekstil) ütü haslığı
iron
maden üçlü golf sopası
iron
{f} zincire vurmak
iron
kuv
iron
{s} sapasağlam
iron
{f} demir kaplamak
iron
{f} prangalamak
iron
sabit
iron
{i} maden uçlu golf sopası
iron
{i} zincir
iron
Iron Age Demir Devri ironbound demirle takvive edilmiş
iron
zalim
iron
demir şurubu
iron
merhametsiz
iron
demir gibi
iron
{i} golf sopası
iron
{s} sıkı

Tom'un Mary'nin cinayet gecesi için sıkı bir mazereti var. - Tom has an ironclad alibi for the night of Mary's murder.

iron
(Tıp) Demir, Fe sembolü ile bilinen, atom no: 26 ve atom ağırlığı: 55.85 olan kimyasal element
iron
güç

Bu tekne üstün kaliteli alüminyum ve yüksek güçlü demir ile yapılır. - This boat is made with high grade aluminum and high strength iron.

iron
{s} sert

Demir altından daha serttir. - Iron is harder than gold.

iron
(Nükleer Bilimler) (Fe) demir
iron
katı yürekli
iron
{s} turp gibi
iron
demirden yapılmış

Bu kupa demirden yapılmıştır. - This mug is made of iron.

Bizim çit demirden yapılmıştır. - Our fence is made of iron.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of pressing clothes with an iron

I hate ironing.

Laundry that has recently been ironed

I really should put the ironing away.

Laundry that has been washed and is ready to be ironed

I really should make a start on the ironing soon.

Present participle of iron
garments (clothes or linens) that are to be (or have been) ironed; "there was a basketful of ironing to do"
The clothes ironed
the work of ironing washed clothes
The act or process of smoothing, as clothes, with hot flatirons
{i} act of removing wrinkles from clothes with an iron; clothing set aside to be ironed
the work of ironing washed clothes garments (clothes or linens) that are to be (or have been) ironed; "there was a basketful of ironing to do
ironing board
A long board, often covered with fabric and having on legs that are usually collapsible, on which one can iron clothes
ironing boards
plural form of ironing board
ironing board
flat cloth-covered surface used for ironing the wrinkles out of clothes
ironing board
An ironing board is a long narrow board covered with cloth on which you iron clothes. A long, narrow padded board, often with collapsible supporting legs, used as a working surface for ironing
ironing board
narrow padded board on collapsible supports; used for ironing clothes
extreme ironing
The humorous extreme sport of ironing in various outdoor places, especially those that are remote or difficult to access. Abbreviation: EI
iron
A golf club used for middle-distance shots
iron
A male homosexual
iron
A tool or appliance made of metal, which is heated and then used to transfer heat to something else; most often a thick piece of metal fitted with a handle and having a flat, roughly triangular bottom, which is heated and used to press wrinkles from clothing, and now usually containing an electrical heating apparatus
iron
A dark shade of the colour/color silver
iron
Made of the metal iron
iron
To pass an iron over (clothing or some other item made of cloth) in order to remove creases
cold ironing
Cold Ironing (or AMP - Alternative Maritime Power) is the process of providing shore-side electrical power to a ship at berth while its main and auxiliary engines are turned off. Cold ironing permits emergency equipment, refrigeration, cooling, heating, lighting, and other equipment to receive continuous electrical power while the ship loads or unloads its cargo
iron
An instrument or utensil made of iron; chiefly in composition; as, a flatiron, a smoothing iron, etc
iron
Fetters; chains; handcuffs; manacles
iron
To smooth with an instrument of iron; especially, to smooth, as cloth, with a heated flatiron; sometimes used with out
iron
Firm; robust; enduring; as, an iron constitution
iron
n Hardware, especially older and larger hardware of mainframe class with big metal cabinets housing relatively low-density electronics (but the term is also used of modern supercomputers) Often in the phrase big iron Oppose silicon See also dinosaur
iron
If someone has a lot of irons in the fire, they are involved in several different activities or have several different plans. S3 to make clothes smooth using an iron = press. Metallic chemical element, one of the transition elements, chemical symbol Fe, atomic number
iron
What it's good for: Making hemoglobin in blood and myoglobin in muscle, which supply oxygen to cells Where you get it: Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, whole and enriched grains, and green leafy vegetables RDA: Between 10 to 12 mg for men and 12 to 15 mg for women Watch out: Iron supplements even in small amounts can be toxic to young children Keep iron and multis with iron out of reach
iron
Iron is a mineral that occurs in both plant and animal tissue Its major function is to combine with protein and copper in making hemoglobin Hemoglobin transports oxygen in the blood from the lungs to the tissues, which need oxygen to maintain basic life functions Iron builds up the quality of the blood and increases resistance to stress and disease It is also necessary for the formation of myoglobin, which is found only in muscle tissue Myoglobin supplies oxygen to muscle cells for use in the chemical reaction that results in muscle contraction Iron also prevents fatigue and promotes good skin tone
iron
extremely robust; "an iron constitution"
iron
To shackle with irons; to fetter or handcuff
iron
If you iron clothes, you remove the creases from them using an iron. She used to iron his shirts a freshly ironed shirt. + ironing iron·ing I managed to get all the ironing done this morning
iron
An element often found dissolved in ground water (in the form of ferrous iron) in concentrations usually ranging from zero to 10 ppm (mg/1) It is objectionable in water supplies because of the staining caused after oxidation and precipitation (as ferric hydroxide), because of tastes, and because of unsightly colors produced when iron reacts with tannins in beverages such as coffee and tea
iron
Element number 26, metalic Symbol Fe (l ferrum) Pure iron is a soft ductile metal Unprotected it oxidizes (rusts) rapidly Steel is iron with a small percentage of carbon (1 5 max) making it hardenable Cast iron generaly has 3 percent or greater carbon content and is very brittle and non-ductile Wrought iron is pure iron crystals with thin layers of silicous slag resulting in grainyness simliar to wood Lack of carbon makes wrought iron unhardenable The word "iron" is used loosely to describe anything made of cast iron, steel or wrought iron In blacksmithing forging steel is often called "pounding iron" Average density 7 874 g/cm3, 2845 lbs/cuin, 491 56 lbs/cuft Los Alamos National Laboratory periodic table entry iron
iron
Resembling iron in color; as, iron blackness
iron
a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element; is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts; used in construction and tools and armament; plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood
iron
The term iron, as used in the chemical or scientific sense of the word, refers to the chemical element iron or pure iron and is the chief constituent of all commercial iron and steel
iron
A base element that is the primary substance in the makeup of steel, cast iron and wrought iron
iron
Not to be broken; holding or binding fast; tenacious
iron
{f} remove wrinkles from fabric with an iron
iron
A metallic element that occurs in the heme of hemoglobin, myoglobin, transferrin, ferritin, and iron-containing porphyrins
iron
cast iron, steel, and wrought iron
iron
n Hardware, especially older and larger hardware of {mainframe} class with big metal cabinets housing relatively low-density electronics (but the term is also used of modern supercomputers) Often in the phrase {big iron} Oppose {silicon} See also {dinosaur}
iron
An early source of iron was that found in meteorites Iron ore – such as haematite – more common than copper Melting point: 1535° C The Hittites were the first people to master the use of iron and smelting in the Middle East around 2000 BC to 1200 BC Spread of technology from around 1100 BC gave rise to the Iron Age See Chalybeate, Iron tools, Metal, Steel
iron
Specific gravity, pure iron, 7
iron
The most common and most useful metallic element, being of almost universal occurrence, usually in the form of an oxide as hematite, magnetite, etc
iron
It is easily oxidized (rusted) by moisture, and is attacked by many corrosive agents
iron
Iron is an element which usually takes the form of a hard, dark grey metal. It is used to make steel, and also forms part of many tools, buildings, and vehicles. Very small amounts of iron occur in your blood and in food. The huge, iron gate was locked. the highest grade iron ore deposits in the world see also cast-iron
iron
Atomic weight 55
iron
home appliance consisting of a flat metal base that is heated and used to smooth cloth
iron
a golf club that has a relatively narrow metal head
iron
It is reduced on an enormous scale in three principal forms; viz
iron
Grey-white metal used chiefly in steelmaking Hematite is a type of iron ore Ilmenite: Opaque brown to black mineral, composed of iron, titanium and oxygen It is a type of titanium ore Impurities: Undesirable chemical elements or minerals
iron
Of, or made of iron; consisting of iron; as, an iron bar, dust
iron
implement used to brand live stock
iron
Iron is used in expressions such as an iron hand and iron discipline to describe strong, harsh, or unfair methods of control which do not allow people much freedom. He died in 1985 after ruling Albania with an iron fist for 40 years
iron
Shackles
iron
A metallic chemical element having atomic number 26, and symbol Fe
iron
a mineral, which can occur naturally in water and can be especially high in well water Can lead to staining and discoloration of the water and underwater surfaces Requires treatment with chelating agents Best to treat prior to adding chlorine or raising the pH Testing of the water will determine the concentration in PPM and allow for an appropriate dosage of chelating agents to be added Any measurable amount of iron is capable of causing a problem, if not treated
iron
Symbol Fe (Latin Ferrum)
iron
A chemical element The fourth most common element in the Earth's crust and the second most abundant metal The smelting of iron is one of the cornetrstones of the Industrial Revolution Go to the iron page
iron
Iron in water causes the water to be brown- or green-collored Can be controlled by the addition of a sequestering agent or a chelat- ing agent Water can be tested with an iron test kit
iron
A ductile and malleable greyish white metal used in making steel
iron
To furnish or arm with iron; as, to iron a wagon
iron
Iron is an essential element found in hemoglobin and myoglobin molecules It is needed for hemoglobin production
iron
metal shackles; for hands or legs
iron
A handgun
iron
An iron is an electrical device with a flat metal base. You heat it until the base is hot, then rub it over clothes to remove creases
iron
Iron is the most used and cheapest metal, the second most abundant metal and fourth most abundant element in Earth's crust. It occurs rarely as a free metal, occasionally in natural alloys (especially in meteorites), and in hundreds of minerals and ores, including hematite, magnetite, limonite, and siderite. The human body contains about one-sixth of an ounce (4.5 g) of iron, mostly in hemoglobin and its precursors; iron in the diet is essential to health. Iron is ferromagnetic (see ferromagnetism) at ordinary temperatures and is the only metal that can be tempered (see tempering). Its uses in steels of various types, as well as in cast and wrought iron (collectively, "ferrous metals"), are numerous. Alteration of its properties by impurities, especially carbon, is the basis of steelmaking. Iron in compounds usually has valence 2 (ferrous) or 3 (ferric). Ferrous and ferric oxides (FeO and Fe2O3, respectively) are used as pigments and the latter as jewelers' rouge. Rust is ferric oxide containing water; ferric oxide is widely used as a magnetic recording material in computer data-storage devices and magnetic tapes. Ferrous and ferric sulfates and chlorides are all of industrial importance as mordants, reducing agents, flocculating agents, or raw materials and in inks and fertilizers. magnetic iron ore iron pyrite bog iron ore cast iron Iron Act Iron Age Iron Curtain iron deficiency anemia pig iron Saugus Iron Works wrought iron Irons Jeremy
iron
Rude; hard; harsh; severe
iron
An iron-headed club with a deep face, chiefly used in making approaches, lifting a ball over hazards, etc
iron
{not comparable} Made of the metal iron
iron
In magnetic properties, it is superior to all other substances
iron
Irons are metal-headed clubs used for most shots between tee and green Sometimes you can use them from the tee at holes where accuracy is more important than distance The sand and pitching wedges are also irons
iron
Strength; power; firmness; inflexibility; as, to rule with a rod of iron
iron
An essential element enabling the oxygen-carrying capacity of hemoglobin in red blood cells A large portion of iron in the body is found in hemoglobin, muscle and other tissues, while some of the remaining iron is bound to an iron-transporting serum protein called transferrin Tests to measure iron are performed to detect and evaluate iron-deficiency anemias or abnormally high levels of iron found in hemochromatosis (excess iron deposits throughout the body)
iron
a club with a head made of steel or iron and a relatively narrow sole (usually somewhere between 16° and 65° and numbered 1 through a variety of "wedges") Example: I chose a 5 iron to play my approach shot
iron
Strong (as of will), inflexible
iron
Inflexible; unrelenting; as, an iron will
iron
{i} (Fe) metallic element (Chemistry); device used to remove wrinkles from fabric; items made from iron metal
iron
Like iron in hardness, strength, impenetrability, power of endurance, insensibility, etc
iron
An element often found discolored in ground water (in the form of ferrous iron) in concentrations usually ranging from zero to 10 ppm (mg/1) It is objectionable in water supplies because it can effect water taste and cause unsightly colors produced when iron reacts with tannins in beverages such as coffee and tea Iron causes staining after oxidation and precipitation, as ferric hydroxide (yellow, brown, and red on clothing, dishes, fixtures, and bathroom tile) Iron can also be found in a bacterial form which will appear as black or brown slime and can effect the odor of your water Iron is a common water problem throughout the United States, it can be found in well water and municipal water The EPA has set a maximum level for Iron of 0 3 ppm in water, iron concentrations at this level or higher can cause staining
iron
{s} made of iron, resembling iron
iron
home appliance consisting of a flat metal base that is heated and used to smooth cloth a golf club that has a relatively narrow metal head implement used to brand live stock metal shackles; for hands or legs a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element; is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts; used in construction and tools and armament; plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood press and smooth with a heated iron; "press your shirts
iron
You can use iron to describe the character or behaviour of someone who is very firm in their decisions and actions, or who can control their feelings well. a man of icy nerve and iron will
iron
), or a hydrous oxide (as limonite, turgite, etc
iron
One of eight micronutrients in plants It is essential for chlorophyll synthesis, which is why an iron deficiency results in chlorosis
iron
press and smooth with a heated iron; "press your shirts"
iron
Iron is a metal often found in waters It is particularly a problem in ground water supplies, where the water is acid and has passed through some iron bearing rock The dissolved iron usually takes the form of ferric sulphate, which at pH values above 3 0 may become hydrolised and form iron hydroxide It is usually the occurrence of iron hydroxide rather than the iron itself that kills the fish Water with high levels of iron in a soluble ion state: When the oxygen or oxidation potential (REDOX) of the water is increased, either by aeration or the addition of oxidising chemicals such as (ozone or hydrogen peroxide) the metal ions will loose electrons As a result, the ferric iron forms ferric oxide (or rust) This is often observed as a brown staining of the tanks and can settle on gills causing respiratory problems See also Iron Removal
iron
Iron usually appears dark brown, from oxidation or impurity, but when pure, or on a fresh surface, is a gray or white metal
iron
86; cast iron, 7
iron
In pure form, a metallic element In common usage, ferrous alloys other than steels, including cast iron and wrought iron
iron
A malleable metal that is the fourth most abundant by weight of the elements that compose the earth's crust It is naturally very abundant in the environment Iron is an essential nutrient to humans
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение ironing в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

iron
irone
ironing

    Расстановка переносов

    i·ron·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    ayrnîng

    Произношение

    /ˈīrnəɴɢ/ /ˈaɪrnɪŋ/

    Слово дня

    jocose
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