ladder

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} merdiven

Bazen bir merdiven kötü bir şans işaretidir. - Sometimes a ladder is a sign of bad luck.

Tom Mary'nin merdivene ne kadar hızlı tırmanabileceğini merak etti. - Tom wondered how fast Mary could climb a ladder.

çorap kaçmak
kaçmak çorap
(taşınır) merdiven
sökük/merdiven
(çorap) kaçmak
kaçmak
kaçırmak
çorap kaçığı
el merdiveni
{i} portatif merdiven
{i} kaçık
kaç/kaçır
{i} İng. çorap kaçığı
accommodation ladder vapurun borda iskelesi
companion ladder kameraya inecek merdiven
çapraz teyel
ladder stitch iğneardı teyel
yükselme vasıtası
{f} kaçmak (çorap)
{i} basamak
{f} eskitmek
itfaiye merdiveni
ladder barrage
(Askeri) baraj ateşi
ladder function
(Matematik) adım fonksiyonu
ladder proof
kaçmaz
ladder dredger
kovalı tarak
ladder function
basamak fonksiyonu
ladder network
basamaklı şebeke
ladder stitch
çapraz teyel
ladder truck
merdiven kamyonu
ladder-proof
kaçmaz
ladder-stitch
iğneardı teyel
ladder-stitch
çapraz teyel
ladder of
merdivenin
ladder accommodation
(Askeri) borda iskelesi
ladder accommodation
(Askeri) ana iskele
ladder escape
kaçış merdiveni
ladder kit
merdiven kiti
ladder of drops
kaskat
ladder of escalation
(Çevre) yükselme merdiveni
ladder phenomenon
(Tıp) merdiven olayı
ladder proof finish
kaçmazlık apresi
ladder scaffold
merdiven iskele
ladder stitch
iğneardı teyel
accommodation ladder
(Askeri) borda kamara iskelesi
inspection ladder
kontrol merdiveni
mount kit ladder
montaj kiti oluklu merdiven
pilot ladder
(Askeri,Denizbilim) şeytan çarmıhı
property ladder
(Ticaret) mülk kademesi
swimming ladder
(Askeri) yüzme merdiveni
bucket ladder excavator
kepçeli tarak ekskavatörü
corded ladder
ip merdiven
jacob's-ladder
Yunan kediotu
rope ladder
ip merdiven

Onların bir ip merdiveni olup olmadığını merak ediyorum. - I wonder if they have a rope ladder.

Tom ip merdiveni açtı ve onu pencerenin dışına astı. - Tom unrolled the rope ladder and hung it out the window.

step ladder
seyyar merdiven
aerial ladder
hava merdiveni
career ladder
kariyer basamaklarını
chain ladder
(Sigorta) Zincir merdiven
chain ladder method
(Sigorta) Zincir merdiven metodu
corporate ladder
kurumsal merdiveni
matured ladder
vade merdiveni
move up the career ladder
(deyim) Kariyer basamaklarını tırmanmak
overboard ladder
yüzme merdiveni
rope ladder
İp merdiven, kaytan iskele
rope ladder
kaytan iskele
scaling ladder
merdiven ölçekleme
step ladder
merdivene
stretch mark, ladder, gap
streç işareti, merdiven, boşluk
top of the ladder
merdivenin üst
accommodation ladder
borda iskelesi
accommodation ladder
den. borda iskelesi
aerial ladder
yangın merdiveni
aerial ladder
uzar mekanik merdiven
aerial ladder platform
hava merdiveni platformu
bucket ladder dredger
(Askeri) kepçeli tarayıcı
climb the corporate ladder
(Ticaret) iyi mevkilere gelmek
come down a ladder
merdivenden inmek
come down a ladder
merdiven inmek
descend a ladder
merdiven inmek
descend a ladder
merdivenden inmek
dispersion ladder
(Askeri) DAĞILMA ÇİZELGESİ: Aynı ateş esasları ile yapılan atışların muhtemel dağılışlarını gösteren çizelge. Bu çizelge, 8 kısımdan ibaret bir diyagram olup her kısmın içine düşmesi muhtemel mermi sayısı yüzde oranı ile gösterilir. Bak. "dispersion"
dispersion ladder
(Askeri) dağılma çizelgesi
dredging ladder
tarak kovası
extension ladder
uzar sürme merdiven
extension ladder
portatif merdiven
extension ladder
sürgülü merdiven
fixed ladder
(İnşaat) sabit merdiven
folding ladder
katlanan merdiven
folding ladder
portatif merdiven
go down a ladder
merdivenden inmek
go down a ladder
merdiven inmek
hook and ladder
itfaiye
inclined baffle fish ladder
eğik engelli balık geçidi
jack ladder
(Askeri) ip merdiven
jack ladder
(Askeri) şeytan çarmığı
jacob's ladder
yunan kediotu
jacob's ladder
ip merdiven
jacob's ladder
şeytan çarmığı
job ladder
(Ticaret) iş merdiveni
job progression ladder
(Askeri) MESLEK İLERLEME PROGRAMI: Ordu meslek sahasının bir parçası. Normal olarak, terfi ve ilerleme imkanlarına göre birbirleri ile yakından ilgili işlerin, muntazam bir sıra halinde tanzim edilmiş bir kademeler serisi şeklinde tertiplenmesinden meydana gelir
kick down the ladder
merdivenden düşmek
kitchen ladder
mutfak merdiveni
put a ladder
merdiven dayamak
put up ladder
merdiven kurmak
put up ladder
merdiveni kurmak
range ladder
(Askeri) ATIŞ ÇATALI: Deniz topçusunda, top ateşinin, arka arkaya yapılan gruplarla tanzimi usulü. Bu usulde atışlar bile bile uzun veya kısa bir menzille başlar ve peş, peşine yapılan gruplarla, hedefe isabet sağlanıncaya kadar, ufak ve eşit mesafe düzeltmeleri uygulanır
roof ladder
(İnşaat) çatı örtüsü merdiveni
roof ladder
(İnşaat) çatı merdiveni
standing ladder
(İnşaat) ahşap yerli merdiven
trestle ladder
katlanır merdiven
trestle ladder
boyacı merdiveni
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To ascend a building or wall using a ladder

A good working knowledge of the ladder parts, how they work, their capacities, and proper usage are a must before anyone is sent out to ladder a building.

length of unravelled fabric in a knitted garment, especially in nylon stockings
A frame usually portable, of wood, metal, or rope, for ascent and descent, consisting of two side pieces to which are fastened cross strips or rounds forming steps
To develop a ladder as a result of a broken thread
In the game of go, a sequence of moves following a zigzag pattern and ultimately leading to the capture of the attacked stones
That which resembles a ladder in form or use; hence, that by means of which one attains to eminence, e.g. the corporate ladder
{n} a frame made with steps, a gradual rise
Dealers analysis of the forward book or deposit book showing every existing deal by maturity date, and the net position at each future date arising
come unraveled or undone as if by snagging; "Her nylons were running"
A sequence of parallel activities connected at their starts or finishes, or both
come unraveled or undone as if by snagging; "Her nylons were running
a structure for gaining access or exit from a swimming pool Leaf bagger: a device that attaches to a telescopic pole and a garden hose Pressure from the garden hose creates a suction by which leaves and large debris are sucked into a large mesh bag Light niche: the area in a pool or spa that houses the underwater light Liner: also called vinyl liner - the vinyl membrane that acts as the container to hold or contain the water Liquid chlorine: a sodium hypochlorite solution Usually provides 6 to 12 5% available chlorine; has a pH of 13 and requires that small amounts of acid be added to the pool to neutralize the high pH Good for regular chlorination and superchlorination Sold in one and five gallon jugs Lithium hypochlorite: a dry, granular chlorinating compound with an available chlorine content of 35% It is rapid-dissolving and can be used to superchlorinate vinyl-liner pools, painted pools or fiberglass pools as well as spas and hot tubs Back to Top
ascending stages by which somebody or something can progress; "he climbed the career ladder"
steps consisting of two parallel members connected by rungs; for climbing up or down ascending stages by which somebody or something can progress; "he climbed the career ladder"
A ladder is a hole or torn part in a woman's stocking or tights, where some of the vertical threads have broken, leaving only the horizontal threads. if stockings or tights ladder, or if you ladder them, a long thin hole is made in them because some stitches have broken American Equivalent: run
Stairway
{f} ascend a ladder; install ladders; cause a run in a stocking; get a run in a stocking
In caving, a flexible lightweight ladder of galvanised or stainless steel wires and aluminium alloy rungs Climbing and SRT Ref JJ
a row of unravelled stitches; "she got a run in her stocking"
A ladder is a piece of equipment used for climbing up something or down from something. It consists of two long pieces of wood, metal, or rope with steps fixed between them
A fixed income investment strategy that seeks to reduce interest rate risk by investing in fixed income securities with a wide variety of maturities Though this strategy assures continuous cash flow, there may be some sacrifice of total return, since shorter-term bonds tend to have lower yields than longer-term bonds
A framework consisting of two parallel sides connected by bars or steps which are spaced at intervals suitable for ascending or descending On shipboard the term ladder is also applied to staircases and to other contrivances used in ascending or descending to or from a higher or lower level
A structure for climbing up or down; consists of two parallel sides joined by a series of crosspieces that serve as footrests It is used for getting in and out of the pool A double-access ladder straddles the pool wall of an above-ground pool An in-pool ladder is located in the pool only
A portfolio strategy where investors stagger the maturities of their bond holdings in order to provide regular income as the bonds come due and smooth out the effects of interest rate fluctuations For those with enough assets allocated to bonds, we recommend putting equal amounts of money into Treasurys due to mature in one-, three-, five-, seven- and nine-year periods That gives your portfolio an average maturity of five years As the principal comes due every two years, you can reinvest that amount in bonds due to mature in 10 years That way, you keep your portfolio's average maturity at five years or so See "Laddering Your Bond Portfolio " BACK TO TOP
A basic capturing sequence See Figure 17
A contrivance generally portable with rungs between two supports, for going up and down: anything by which one ascents
steps consisting of two parallel members connected by rungs; for climbing up or down
A method to change vertical location A drug in the movie Jacob's Ladder
{i} structure used for climbing which consists of two parallel bars connected by a series of rungs; means by which one moves to a higher level; tear in a stocking (British)
You can use the ladder to refer to something such as a society, organization, or system which has different levels that people can progress up or drop down. If they want to climb the ladder of success they should be given that opportunity
A metal, wooden, or rope stairway
= advancementLamp = bright - success ; dim - sicknessLawyer = business lossesLetter = intuitive feelingsLibrary = learning, wisdomLighthouse = warning
In project management, a set of parallel activities that begin or stop at the same time
That which resembles a ladder in form or use; hence, that by means of which one attains to eminence
ladder logic
A technique for describing and drawing electrical logic schematics
ladder polyether
Any of several naturally occurring organic compounds having a series of oxygen-containing heterocyclic rings arranged in the form of a ladder; most are poisonous
ladder snake
Rhinechis scalaris, a European species of snake in the Colubridae family
ladder snakes
plural form of ladder snake
ladder back
A Chippendale chair back design of curved horizontal rails The name is also given to a style of country chair
ladder back
A country chair with a back made from a series of horizontal bars between the two vertical uprights
ladder in a stocking
(British) small snag in a stocking
ladder truck
a fire engine carrying ladders
ladder truck
{i} fire engine equipped with extension ladders
ladder-back
a chair with a ladder-back
ladder-back
a chair backrest consisting of 2 uprights with connecting slats
ladder-back
a chair backrest consisting of 2 uprights with connecting slats a chair with a ladder-back
ladder-proof
tear-resistant material used to manufacture women's stockings
DNA ladder
A reagent consisting of a solution of DNA of specified length; used in gel electrophoresis as a standard
accommodation ladder
a flight of stairs or a ladder for lowering over the side of a ship for access to and from a small boat
aerial ladder
a ladder that can be mechanically extended, used for fire trucks
companion ladder
Either of two ladders leading from the raised quarterdeck of a sailing ship to the upper deck
fish ladder
A structure built on or around dams or locks to faciliate the migration of fish
laddered
Simple past tense and past participle of ladder
laddered
to have a ladder in them
on the ladder
figuratively a property ladder, owning property

When someone has bought their first house, they have said to have got on the ladder.

property ladder
A family's lifetime progress from cheaper to more expensive housing

The higher house price volatility in the United Kingdom makes it optimal for those young households who expect to move up the property ladder to hold housing equity.

rope ladder
A flexible ladder, constructed of rope, often with wooden rungs, suspended from the top
scaling ladder
A ladder for the purpose of scaling the walls of a besieged fortification
social ladder
The hierarchy of a society
step ladder
A ladder that is hinged in the middle to form an inverted V, with stays to keep the two halves at a fixed angle
career ladder
The Career ladder is a metaphor or buzzword used to denote vertical job promotion. In business and human resources management, the ladder typically describes the progression from entry level positions to higher levels of pay, skill, responsibility, or authority. This metaphor is spatially oriented, and frequently used to denote upward mobility within a stratified promotion model. Because the ladder does not provide for lateral movement, it is assumed to be a singular track with the greatest benefits at the top
chain ladder
(Sigorta) The chain ladder method is one of the most common methods for reserving, and various attempts have been made to justify it in a stochastic model. A particularly interesting model was proposed by Mack (1993, 1994a,b): Under the assumptions of his model, Mack proved that the chain ladder predictors of non-observable aggregate claims are unbiased, and Schmidt and Schnaus (1996) proved that the chain ladder predictor for the first non-observable calendar year is also optimal in the sense that it minimizes expected squared error loss over a wide class of unbiased predictors. In the present paper, it is shown that optimality fails for the chain ladder predictor for the second non-observable calendar year
A ladder
stee
accommodation ladder
A portable, external ladder on the side of a ship, used for shore or tender (qv) access
accommodation ladder
External folding ladder, used to climb aboard the ship from a pilot boat, etc
accommodation ladder
emergency ladder on a boat
accommodation ladder
(nautical) a portable ladder hung over the side of a vessel to give access to small boats alongside
accommodation ladder
A portable ladder hung from the side of a ship
accommodation ladder
A term applied to a portable flight of steps suspended over the side of a vessel from a gangway to a point near the water, providing any easy means of access from a small boat Accommodation Ladders are usually supplied with two platforms, one at each end Sometimes called gangway ladder
accommodation ladder
External folding stairway for access from ashore or from tender alongside
aerial ladder
mechanically extendible ladder; used on a fire truck
aerial ladder
A ladder that can be extended to reach high places, especially one mounted on a fire engine
climb the ladder
go up the ladder; move up in the hierarchy of a company
companion ladder
inboard ladder, ladder or stairway from the poop to the main deck; stairway from the deck to the cabins (on a ship)
extension ladder
a ladder whose length can be extended
fish ladder
a series of ascending pools providing a passage for salmon to swim upstream past a dam
fish ladder
series of pools that provides passage for fish as to enable migrating fish to swim upstream around a dam
fish ladder
A series of pools arranged like ascending steps at the side of a stream, enabling migrating fish to swim upstream around a dam or other obstruction
jacob's ladder
(nautical) a hanging ladder of ropes or chains supporting wooden or metal rungs or steps pinnate-leaved European perennial having bright blue or white flowers
laddered
past of ladder
laddering
present participle of ladder
laddering
A technique for reducing the impact of interest-rate risk by structuring a portfolio with different bond issues that mature at different dates
laddering
A fixed income portfolio strategy in which assets are distributed evenly over a range of maturities
laddering
An investment strategy in which bonds or certificates of deposit that have different maturities are assembled for a portfolio For example, an investor with $100,000 might invest $20,000 in bonds with a 2-year maturity, $20,000 in bonds with a 6-year maturity and so forth Principal from matured bonds or CDs is either spent or reinvested in additional bonds or CDs with longer maturities at the top of the ladder A laddered portfolio hedges interest rate changes by providing liquidity with short-term securities while also providing a relatively steady source of income with long-term fixed-income investments
laddering
A method of staggering the purchase of certificates or bonds whereby, when the investment matures, the funds can be reinvested in short or long-term investments depending on the current interest rate
laddering
A method of showing the logical precedential relationship of a set of activities that is repeated several times consecutively Latest finish time (LF) - The latest time by which a particular activity must be completed in order for the entire project to be finished by its required completion time Latest start time (LS) - The latest time by which a particular activity must be started in order for the entire project to be finished by its required completion time; the activity's latest finish time minus the activity's estimated duration
laddering
A method of staggering the purchase of certificates or bonds whereby, when the investment matures, the funds can be reinvested in short- or long-term investments depending on the current interest rate
laddering
~ A strategy that involves buying bonds with various maturity dates The purpose of laddering is to minimize the impact of interest rates on your portfolio
laddering
A probing technique, used in one-on-ones and focus groups, designed to delve into the real reasons for participants' attitudes and behavior toward the topic It is generally considered to be an intensive technique The moderator seeks the reason behind each answer until he or she arrives at a basic human need such as ego or status
laddering
The process of probing to identify the linkages between means (i e , attributes) and terminal values (i e , end states)
laddering
Investment and diversification technique which involves purchasing a series (a ladder) of bonds with different maturities
ladders
plural of ladder
monkey ladder
a light ladder to the monkey bridge on a ship
northern jacob's ladder
perennial erect herb with white flowers; circumboreal
pilot ladder
(nautical) a hanging ladder of ropes or chains supporting wooden or metal rungs or steps
rope ladder
a ladder with side pieces of rope
rope ladder
A rope ladder is a ladder made of two long ropes connected by short pieces of rope, wood, or metal. a ladder made of two long ropes connected by wooden pieces that you stand on
scaling ladder
ladder used to climb a wall
scaling ladder
a ladder used to scale the walls in an attack
sea ladder
rope ladder; gangplank of a ship
sea ladder
(nautical) ladder to be lowered over a ship's side for coming aboard
stand a ladder to the wall
place a ladder upright against a wall
step ladder
a folding portable ladder hinged at the top
top of the ladder
highest rung on a ladder
went up the ladder
succeeded, was promoted at his job, advanced his position
ladder

    Расстановка переносов

    lad·der

    Турецкое произношение

    lädır

    Синонимы

    stepladder, run

    Произношение

    /ˈladər/ /ˈlædɜr/

    Этимология

    [ 'la-d&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English hlǣder, from Proto-Germanic *hlaidriz (compare West Frisian ljedder, Dutch leer, German Leiter), from Proto-Indo-European *k̑leit-ro (compare Old Irish clithar 'hedge', Umbrian kletram 'stretcher'), from *k̑lei- 'to lean'. More at lean, related to lid.

    Времена

    ladders, laddering, laddered

    Слово дня

    abut
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