magazine

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} dergi

O yayınlama için bir dergi hazırlanmasında sorumlu oldu. - He was in charge of preparing a magazine for publication.

Bir dergi açtığında, genellikle ilk olarak burcunu okur. - When he opens a magazine, he will usually read his horoscope first.

{i} fişek haznesi
{i} şarjör
{i} cephanelik
(Bilgisayar) mikrofilm tutucusu
(Bilgisayar) manyetik kart tutucusu
(Sinema) doldurmalık
kartuş
(Sinema) film makarası
cephane
magazin

Ben makaleyi magazin dergisinden kestim. - I cut the article out of the magazine.

Selena Gomez'in ikinci albümü Billboard Magazine'in top iki yüz albüm tablosunda dört numaraya yerleşti. - Selena Gomez's second album hit Billboard Magazine's top two hundred albums chart at number four.

depo
ambar
şarjör/cephanelik/magazin
(Askeri) ŞARJÖR, FİŞEK HAZNESİ: İçerisine fişek doldurulan ve fişeği fişek yatağına süren madeni zarf. Bu zarf, silahın içine sokulabildiği gibi, dışına da tespit edilebilir veya silahın bir parçası olabilir
disket takımı kutusu
silahta fişek hazinesi
dergiyi
dergisi
mecmua
magazine area
(Askeri) cephanelik sahası
magazine catch
(Avcılık) şarjör kilidi
magazine catch spring
(Avcılık) şarjör kilidi yayı
magazine fed
(Askeri) şarjörlü
magazine follower
(Avcılık) gerdel
magazine platoon
(Askeri) mühimmat depolama takımı
magazine pocket
(Askeri) şarjör çantası
magazine article
dergi yazısı
magazine holder
Dergi, gazete koymak için tutucu gereç
magazine area
(Askeri) CEPHANELİK SAHASI: Özel olarak mühimmatın ve infilak maddelerinin depolanması için planlanmış ve ayrılmış saha
magazine base
(Avcılık) şarjör kapağı
magazine drill
(Askeri) şarjör eğitimi
magazine drill
(Askeri) ŞARJÖR EĞİTİMİ: Şarjörleri doldurma ve bir otomatik silaha yerleştirmede meleke sağlamak maksadıyla yapılan eğitim
magazine latch
(Avcılık) şarjör mandalı
magazine platoon
(Askeri) MÜHİMMAT DEPOLAMA TAKIMI: Bir mühimmat bölüğü (ammunition company) nün tali kısmı. Vazifesi; mühimmatı almak, depo etmek ve dağıtmaktır
magazine pocket
(Askeri) ŞARJÖR ÇANTASI: Fişeklik üzerinde taşınan ve fişeklerle doldurulmuş bir şarjörü ihtiva eden hap
magazine publishing
dergi yayıncılığı
magazine publishing
(Basın) dergicilik
magazine publishing
dergi çıkartma
magazine rack
mecmualık
magazine release
(Avcılık) şarjör çıkarıcı buton
magazine safety
(Avcılık) şarjör emniyeti
magazine section
(Askeri) MÜHİMMAT DEPOLAMA KISMI: Bir küçük mühimmat ikmal noktasına normal olarak tahsis edilen mühimmat depolama takımının tali kısmı
magazine section
(Askeri) mühimmat depolama kısmı
magazine shelt
(Avcılık) şarjör gövdesi
magazine size
(Bilgisayar) kart tutucu boyutu
magazine spring
(Avcılık) şarjör yayı
magazine spring seat
(Avcılık) şarjör kapağı kilidi
magazine subscription
dergi aboneliği
magazine test
(Askeri) ŞARJÖR DOLDURMA TESTİ: Şarjörleri doldurmada personelin kabiliyetini ölçmek için yapılan test
magazine test
(Askeri) şarjör doldurma testi
magazine well
(Avcılık) şarjör kaldıracı
designer magazine
tasarım dergisi
humour magazine
mizah dergisi
subscribe to a magazine
dergiye abone olmak
women's magazine
kadın dergisi
powder magazine
barut deposu
powder magazine
cephanelik
; a periodical; a magazine
Periyodik; bir dergi
announcements magazine
tebliğler dergisi
comic strip magazine
Çizgi roman dergisi, karikatür dergisi
illustrated magazine
resimli dergi
magazines
dergiler

Bu mağaza her türlü yabancı dil dergilerine sahiptir. - This shop has all kinds of foreign-language magazines.

Zamana ayak uydurmak için kitaplar ve dergiler okurum. - I read books and magazines to keep up with the times.

real estate magazine
emlak dergisi
school magazine
okul gazatesi
slide magazine
slayt magazini, slayt şarjörü
take a magazine
bir dergi almak
teenage magazine
gençlik dergisi
Tube magazine
(Tekstil) Masura haznesi
box magazine
(Askeri) KUTU ŞARJÖR: Bazı otomatik silahlarda içine cephane konan ve bu cephaneyi silahın mekanizma yatağına süren, kutu biçiminde bir cihaz
bridal magazine
gelin dergisi
bride magazine
gelin dergisi
camera magazine
(Askeri) FİLM HAZNESİ: Bir fotoğraf makinesinde, içinde filmin ışık almak ve almamış kısımları bulunan çıkarılıp takılabilir parça
ejection of a magazine
(Avcılık) şarjörü çıkartma
electronic magazine
(E-Zine) Elektronik Dergi
explosive magazine
(Askeri) infilak maddeleri cephaneliği
explosive magazine
(Askeri) İNFİLAK MADDELERİ CEPHANELİĞİ: Bak. "magazine"
explosives magazine
patlayıcı deposu
fresh magazine
(Avcılık) yeni şarjör
girlie magazine
erkek dergisi
girlie magazine
çıplak kız resimli dergi
glossy magazine
kuşe kâğıtlı dergi
look at a magazine
dergiye bakmak
naval magazine
(Askeri) deniz cephane deposu
news magazine
haber magazini
pouch magazine
(Askeri) şarjör kütüklüğü
powder magazine
cephanelik [den.]
powder magazine
barut deposu [den.]
primer and fuze magazine
(Askeri) FÜNYE VE TAPA CEPHANELİĞİ
publish magazine
dergi çıkarmak
pulp magazine
ucuz dergi
selective magazine
(Ticaret) seçici dergi
smokeless powder magazine
(Askeri) DUMANSIZ BARUT CEPHANELİĞİ: Bak. "magazine"
smokeless powder magazine
(Askeri) dumansız barut cephaneliği
spend magazine
(Avcılık) boş şarjör
standard ammunition magazine
(Askeri) STANDART MÜHİMMAT CEPHANELİĞİ
teen magazine
gençlik dergisi
tray feed magazine
tepsi besleme haznesi
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Detachable ammunition holder enabling multiple rounds of ammunition to be fed to a gun
An ammunition storehouse
A periodical publication, generally consisting of sheets of paper folded in half and stapled at fold
{n} a storehouse, armory, pamphlet
a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored product consisting of a paperback periodic publication as a physical object; "tripped over a pile of magazines"
A store, or shop, where goods are kept for sale
A periodical designed for general reading, containing articles on various subjects by different authors, who are not necessarily experts on the subject they have written about (e g People Magazine)
A chamber in a gun for holding a number of cartridges to be fed automatically to the piece
a type of periodical especially one that is intended for a general reading audience and contains articles of popular interest Compare with journal [There are ways to tell the difference between a journal and a magazine ]
A spring-loaded container for cartridges that may be an integral part of the gun's mechanism or may be detachable Detachable magazines for the same gun may be offered by the gun's manufacturer or other manufacturers with various capacities A gun with a five-shot detachable magazine, for instance, may be fitted with a magazine holding 10, 20, or 50 or more rounds Box magazines are most commonly located under the receiver with the cartridges stacked vertically Tube or tubular magazines run through the stock or under the barrel with the cartridges lying horizontally Drum magazines hold their cartridges in a circular mode A magazine can also mean a secure storage place for ammunition or explosives
The building or room in which the supply of powder is kept in a fortification or a ship
A publication, issued on a regular basis, containing popular articles, written and illustrated in a less technical manner than articles found in a journal (See also Journal ; Periodical)
product consisting of a paperback periodic publication as a physical object; "tripped over a pile of magazines"
a business firm that publishes magazines; "he works for a magazine
A Periodical containing news stories or articles on various subjects and written for general readership (as opposed to a scholarly or technical audience) See Also Journal
A country or district especially rich in natural products
A periodical intended for the general public rather than for scholars
A reservoir or supply chamber for a stove, battery, camera, typesetting machine, or other apparatus
Although the terms periodical, journal, serial and magazine have slightly different definitions, you will likely hear them used interchangeably These are works that come out on a regular basis (weekly, monthly, annually) and contain articles written by various authors
A city viewed as a marketing center
contains news stories or articles on various subjects and written for a general audience
a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required
A pamphlet published periodically containing miscellaneous papers or compositions
a metal frame or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun
A magazine is a publication with a paper cover which is issued regularly, usually every week or every month, and which contains articles, stories, photographs, and advertisements. Her face is on the cover of a dozen or more magazines
A periodical publication usually considered to be of more general or popular interest than a journal See also SERIAL
A periodical with a variety of content, often separated into different sections, with issues being independently paginated and identified by date rather than by serial number Magazines typically contain fairly brief articles written for the general public in a casual, newsy style
Commercial publications that appear at a regular interval, under the same title, and are intended for a general, popular audience Magazine articles are usually short and generally do not contain footnotes or bibliographies The terms magazine and journal are sometimes used interchangeably but they are not the same thing Journals are usually intended for a more scholarly audience and journal articles are often reviewed by subject experts before being accepted for publication See Journal
Periodical publication for popular reading, containing general articles on subjects
In an automatic gun, the magazine is the part that contains the bullets. or periodical Printed collection of texts (essays, articles, stories, poems), often illustrated, that is produced at regular intervals. Modern magazines have roots in early printed pamphlets, broadsides, chapbooks, and almanacs. One of the first magazines was the German Erbauliche Monaths-Unterredungen ("Edifying Monthly Discussions"), issued from 1663 to 1668. In the early 18th century Joseph Addison and Richard Steele brought out the influential periodicals The Tatler and The Spectator; other critical reviews began in the mid 1700s. By the 19th century, magazines catering to specialized audiences had developed, including the women's weekly, the religious and missionary review, and the illustrated magazine. One of the greatest benefits to magazine publishing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was the addition of advertisements as a means of financial support. Subsequent developments included more illustrations and vastly greater specialization. With the computer age, magazines ("e-zines") also became available over the Internet
a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required a periodic paperback publication; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
A type of serial publication that is intended for a general reading audience and contains articles of popular interest
To store in, or as in, a magazine; to store up for use
A periodical intended for the general public rather than for scholars Examples are Newsweek, Time, and Business Week
Type of periodical containing popular articles which are usually shorter or less authoritative than a journal article on the same subject Magazine articles usually do not contain references or bibliographies For more information about various types of periodicals, consult the "Identifying Scholarly Journals" research guide
a type of periodical especially one that is intended for a general reading audience and contains articles of popular interest Compare with journal
M Magazine - a periodical intended for the general public rather than scholars Examples are People Magazine, Newsweek, or Forbes
A periodical intended for the general public rather than for scholars Examples include Newsweek, Time, and BusinessWeek See also periodical
A receptacle in which anything is stored, especially military stores, as ammunition, arms, provisions, etc
A periodical for general reading, containing articles on various subjects by different authors
type of serial publication that is intended for a general reading audience and which contains articles of popular interest - Examples: Time, Redbook, People, Newsweek
a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored
{i} printed publication which is issued at regular intervals; storehouse for ammunition, arsenal; compartment which holds a number of ammunition cartridges in certain automatic guns
A popular periodical usually read for pleasure or to keep up with current events Magazine articles usually do not contain footnotes or bibliographies
a periodic paperback publication; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
A periodical publication intended for a general reading audience Contains articles, stories, etc of popular interest usually including photographs, illustrations, and advertisements
a business firm that publishes magazines; "he works for a magazine"
magazine article
an article published in a magazine
magazine camera
A camera in which a number of plates can be exposed without reloading
magazine catch
device that holds and releases the bullet magazine in a firearm
magazine catch spring
spring that holds a bullet magazine within a firearm
magazine gun
rifle that uses a magazine of bullets
magazine platform
base that holds bullets in place inside the magazine
magazine rack
a rack for displaying magazines
magazine rifle
firearm that uses a magazine of bullets
MAD Magazine
humorous comic magazine that mocks celebrities and current events (published in the USA)
Mad Magazine
a humorous US monthly magazine read especially by teenagers, which is famous for its parodies of recent events, films, famous people etc
Mayfair Magazine
{i} British adult magazine for men
dirty magazine
A morally unclean, indecent or sexually provocative magazine; a pornographic periodical
dirty magazine
Any magazine with sex-related content and other features of interest for an adult audience; often targeted to an adult male audience and containing nude or semi-nude photographs of women
pulp magazine
A magazine made with inexpensive paper and printing, containing shocking or sensationalist text fiction by low-paid writers
quality magazine
A magazine designed to appeal to readers of superior education or culture
skin magazine
An adult or pornographic magazine
skin-magazine
Attributive form of skin magazine, noun

She had a skin-magazine, superficial beauty.

trade magazine
a magazine dedicated to the dissemination of information related to a particular industry
Architecture Magazine
monthly American magazine devoted to the aesthetics of architecture and current issues related to architecture
Discover Magazine
monthly American magazine devoted current topics in the sciences
Electronic magazine
EZINE, general name for journals distributed on the Internet (some are parts of regular newspapers published electronically, and some are exclusively published on the Internet)
Family Digest Magazine
monthly American magazine for black women (covers topics related to marriage, family life, careers, etc.)
Forbes Magazine
influential American economics magazine
Fortune Magazine
American magazine focusing on financial and economic issues
Harper's Magazine
Monthly magazine published in New York, N.Y., U.S., one of the oldest and most prestigious literary and opinion journals in the U.S. Founded in 1850 as Harper's New Monthly Magazine by the printing and publishing firm of the Harper brothers, it was a leader in publishing works by illustrious British and U.S. authors. By 1865 it had become the most successful periodical in the U.S. In the 1920s its format changed to that of a forum on public affairs, balanced with short stories. Financial problems began in the 1960s, and in 1980 its demise was averted by grants from a philanthropic organization, the MacArthur Foundation. Since 1976 it has been edited almost continuously by Lewis Lapham (b. 1935)
InTheater Magazine
weekly magazine that covers Broadway shows and other theater performances (includes reviews, news, celebrity information, etc.)
Money Magazine
monthly American magazine covering topics related to finance (such as real estate, investment, banking, stock market, etc.)
Ms. magazine
{i} monthly American magazine for women that provides a feminist perspective on topics of general interest
Smithsonian Magazine
{i} monthly magazine from the Smithsonian Institution that covers a wide variety of topics (published in the USA)
bi-weekly magazine
magazine or journal which is published every two weeks
box magazine
A rectangular container for feeding cartridges into the firing chamber of a submachine gun or light machine gun
drum magazine
A cylindrical container for feeding cartridges into the firing chamber of a submachine gun or light machine gun
empty magazine
empty ammunition chamber, cartridge from which all the ammunition has been discharged
girly magazine
magazine containing pictures of nude or partially dressed women
illustrated magazine
magazine containing pictures or drawings
little magazine
An independent literary magazine that publishes the work of relatively unknown, usually experimental writers. Any of various small, usually avant-garde periodicals devoted to serious literary writings. The name signifies most of all a usually noncommercial manner of editing, managing, and financing. They were published from 1880 through much of the 20th century and flourished in the U.S. and England, though French and German writers also benefited from them. Foremost among them were two U.S. periodicals, Poetry and the more erratic and often more sensational Little Review (1914-29); the English Egoist (1914-19) and Blast (1914-15); and the French transition (1927-38)
magazines
A type of periodical which contains articles written for the general reader Time and Jet are examples of magazines
magazines
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magazines
Plural of magazine
magazines
A&M - Society - Savvy - Femina - Cosmopolitan - Life Postive - In touch with Fashion - Vivaha - Weding affair - New Woman
magazines
publication published regularly, usually weekly or monthly, with articles on topics of general interest and with broad subject coverage
monthly magazine
publication that is received every month
powder magazine
magazine: a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored
powder magazine
storage for ammunition and explosives
professional magazine
magazine that is created for those interested in a particular professional field
pulp magazine
an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
satirical magazine
magazine containing sarcasm and mockery
sports magazine
weekly that deals with sports
trade magazine
a magazine published for and read by members of a particular trade group
weekly magazine
name of a television program
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Определение magazine в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

magazin
magazine

I cut the article out of the magazine. - Ben makaleyi magazin dergisinden kestim.

Selena Gomez's second album hit Billboard Magazine's top two hundred albums chart at number four. - Selena Gomez'in ikinci albümü Billboard Magazine'in top iki yüz albüm tablosunda dört numaraya yerleşti.

magazin
magazine, mag
magazin
(illustrated) magazine
magazin
printed publication which is issued at regular intervals
magazin
mag

Selena Gomez's second album hit Billboard Magazine's top two hundred albums chart at number four. - Selena Gomez'in ikinci albümü Billboard Magazine'in top iki yüz albüm tablosunda dört numaraya yerleşti.

I cut the article out of the magazine. - Ben makaleyi magazin dergisinden kestim.

magazine

    Расстановка переносов

    mag·a·zine

    Турецкое произношение

    mägızin

    Произношение

    /ˈmagəˌzēn/ /ˈmæɡəˌziːn/

    Этимология

    [ 'ma-g&-"zEn, "ma-g&-' ] (noun.) 1583. From Middle French magasin ("warehouse", "store") Italian magazzino ("storehouse") Arabic مخازن (maχáːzin, "storerooms", "storehouses"), plural of مخزن (máχzan, "storeroom", "storehouse") خزن (χázana, "to store", "to stock", "to lay up").

    Времена

    magazining, magazined

    Видео

    ... very, very good magazine inside of the US, asked ...
    ... exciting is now magazine nobody knows what's gonna happen well that's true but ...

    Слово дня

    phraseology
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