mont

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coat

I haven't bought a new coat in five years. - Beş yıldır yeni bir mont almadım.

Emily kept on waiting in the heavy rain with no coat on. - Emily şiddetli yağmurda üzerinde mont olmadan beklemeye devam etti.

jacket
bark
blouson
etc
coat, jacket
etc.); protective outer covering (fur
protective outer garment against rain
cold
monte
(Kanun) reassembly
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Montana. Mont Cervin Blanc Mont Cenis Mont Du Mont Allen Balcom Mont Saint Michel
mount (mountain)
Mountain
Mont Blanc
The highest mountain in France
Mont Blanc
a mountain in the Alps on the border between France and Italy. It is the highest mountain in western Europe, and there is a tunnel through it for cars to drive between France and Italy. a very expensive type of pen. Italian Monte Bianco Mountain massif, Europe. Located in the Alps on the borders of France, Italy, and Switzerland, it is Europe's highest peak, at 15,771 ft (4,807 m). It was first climbed in 1786 by Michel-Gabriel Paccard and Jacques Balmat. Mont Blanc Tunnel, 7.3 mi (11.7 km) long and one of the longest vehicular tunnels in the world, connects France with Italy. The region has become a major tourist and winter sports centre
Mont Blanc
highest mountain in Europe (4,807 m) which is located on the border between Switzerland Italy and France
Mont Cenis
Italian Monte Cenisio Massif and pass, Alps. Located in southeastern France west of Turin, Italy, the pass was an invasion route from earliest times and is traversed by a road 24 mi (38 km) long, built by Napoleon in 1803-10. The road climbs to Mount Cenis Pass (elevation 6,834 ft, or 2,083 m) and passes between two peaks more than 8,000 ft (2,500 m) high. The Mount Cenis railway tunnel, 8.5 mi (14 km) long, was the first great tunnel through the Alps (opened 1871). The road tunnel, 10 mi (16 km) long, opened in 1980
Mont-Saint-Michel
Rocky, almost circular islet rising out of Mont-Saint-Michel Bay between Brittany and Normandy, northwestern France. It only becomes an island at high tide. Around its base are medieval walls and towers, above which rise the village's clustered buildings, with an ancient abbey crowning the mount. Over the centuries it has been a pilgrimage center, fortress, and prison. The fine abbey church has an imposing 11th-century Romanesque nave and an elegant Flamboyant-style Gothic choir. The exterior walls of the Gothic monastery building combine the power of a military fortress and the simplicity of a religious building. Some of the houses bordering the island's narrow, winding streets date back to the 15th century
Mont.
{i} state in the northwest United States
mont blanc
the highest mountain peak in the Alps; on the border between France and Italy south of Geneva (15,781 feet high)
D. Mont.
United States District Court for the District of Montana, as used in case citations
monte
A game in which 3 or 4 cards are dealt face-up and players bet which of them will first be matched in suit by others dealt
Allen B Du Mont
born Jan. 29, 1901, Brooklyn, N.Y., N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 15, 1965, New York City U.S. engineer. He became interested in television in 1928, as chief engineer at the De Forest Radio Co., and concluded that television required a purely electronic system to work. In 1931 he set up what would become Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, where he improved the cathode-ray tube and developed the modern oscilloscope. In 1937 he began manufacturing the first commercial television receivers. After World War II he marketed the first widely available TV receivers and set up one of the first TV broadcasting networks. He served with the National Television System Committee formulating broadcasting standards and worked with the Federal Communications Commission in allocating frequencies for TV channels
Allen Balcom Du Mont
born Jan. 29, 1901, Brooklyn, N.Y., N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 15, 1965, New York City U.S. engineer. He became interested in television in 1928, as chief engineer at the De Forest Radio Co., and concluded that television required a purely electronic system to work. In 1931 he set up what would become Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, where he improved the cathode-ray tube and developed the modern oscilloscope. In 1937 he began manufacturing the first commercial television receivers. After World War II he marketed the first widely available TV receivers and set up one of the first TV broadcasting networks. He served with the National Television System Committee formulating broadcasting standards and worked with the Federal Communications Commission in allocating frequencies for TV channels
Monte
Monte Cervino Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Monte Bianco Monte Cenisio Del Monte Foods Co. Monte Albán Monte Carlo method Monte Cassino Monte Carlo
monte
A gamine in which 3 or 4 cards are dealt face-up and players bet which of them will first be matched in suit by others dealt
monte
In Spanish America, a wood; forest; timber land; esp
monte
in parts of South America, a comparatively wooden region
monte
a gambling card game of Spanish origin; 3 or 4 cards are dealt face up and players bet that one of the will be matched before the others as the cards are dealt from the pack one at a time
monte
A favorite gambling game among Spaniards, played with dice or cards
monte
{i} forest, woods; (Spanish) card game
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Gömlek veya hırka üzerine giyilen kısa, hafif giysi
Kumaş veya deriden yapılan, genellikle belden kemerli, üstünde cepleri bulunan, gömlek veya hırka üzerine giyilen kısa, hafif giysi
mont blanc
Alpler'in ve Avrupa'nın en yüksek dağı
monte
Kurmak, bir makine veya cihazın sökülü parçalarını yerli yerine takmak, montaj" anlamında monte etmek birleşik fiilinde geçer
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