pedestal

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kaide
altlık
(Askeri) kürsü
(Askeri) döşeme
sütun tabanı
(heykel/sütun/vb.) taban
özül
heykel kaidesi
(Askeri) KÜRSÜ; DÖŞEME; KAİDE: Bir silah veya malzeme altlığının silah veya malzemeyi ekseni etrafında yana doğru hareket ettiren kaidesi
yüksek paye vermek
sütun üstüne koymak
{i} heykel/sütun tabanı, kaide
{i} temel
heykel veya sütun tabanı
{i} esas, temel
heykel tabanı
pedestal mount
(Askeri) sabit mesnet
pedestal plain bearing
kaide düz rulmanlı
pedestal boulder
(Coğrafya) mantar kaya
pedestal lavatory
ayaklı lavabo
pedestal mount
(Askeri) SABİT MESNET: Küçük veya orta çaplı bir silaha mahsus sabit altlık
pedestal mounted stinger
(Askeri) kaideye monteli stinger
pedestal rock
(Coğrafya) mantar kaya
pedestal urinal
ayaklı pisuvar
pedestal washbasin
ayaklı lavabo
put sb on a pedestal
birini baş tacı etmek
set sb on a pedestal
yüksek paye vermek
set sb on a pedestal
idealize etmek
knocked him off his pedestal
onu vurdular onun ayak
put on pedestal
kaide koymak
put sb on a pedestal
birini baş tacı etmek/baş üstünde tutmak
put/set s.o. on a pedestal
birine fazla değer vermek, birine âdeta tapınmak
water pedestal
limanlarda yatların su depolarını doldurmak için kullandıkları musluk düzenekleri
set smb. on a pedestal
gözünde yüceltmek
set smb. on a pedestal
idealize etmek
set someone on a pedestal
(deyim) ona yüksek paye vermek
set someone on a pedestal
birine adeta tapınmak
set someone on a pedestal
birine fazla değer vermek
set someone on a pedestal
(deyim) birini idealize etmek
suction pedestal
vakumlu kaide
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The base or foot of a column, statue, vase, lamp, or the like; the part on which an upright work stands. It consists of three parts, the base, the die or dado, and the cornice or surbase molding. See Illust. of {Column}
To set or support on (or as if on) a pedestal
Pedestal coil (steam Heating), a group of connected straight pipes arranged side by side and one above another, -- used in a radiator
a base or support as for a column, statue, or vase
{n} the base of a statue or pillar
The base or foot of a column, statue, vase, lamp, or the like; the part on which an upright work stands
an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue)
The supporting base for a table, vase, sculpture, etc
A device, usually mounted on the floor, which is used to house voice/data jacks or power outlets at the point of use Also referred to as a monument, tombstone, above floor fitting or doghouse
An iron socket, or support, for the foot of a brace at the end of a truss where it rests on a pier
A pedestal is the base on which something such as a statue stands. a larger than life sized bronze statue on a granite pedestal
A floor-standing column designed to hold art objects
a position of great esteem (and supposed superiority); "they put him on a pedestal"
supporting base for a table; a stand for a vase or sculpture
In classical architecture, the base supporting a column or colonnade
a cast or built-up metal member or assemblage that transmits loads from one part of a structure to another A pedestal may also provide for longitudinal, transverse, or revolutional movements; block-like stone, concrete, or brick constructions on the bridge seat of an abutment or pier that provide support for the beams See also expansion shoe
A casting secured to the frame of a truck and forming a jaw for holding a journal box
of Column
a support or foundation; "the base of the lamp"
an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue) a position of great esteem (and supposed superiority); "they put him on a pedestal
The column that the wheel is mounted on
It consists of three parts, the base, the die or dado, and the cornice or surbase molding
A pillow block; a low housing
If you put someone on a pedestal, you admire them very much and think that they cannot be criticized. If someone is knocked off a pedestal they are no longer admired. Since childhood, I put my own parents on a pedestal. I felt they could do no wrong. In Classical architecture, a support or base for a column, statue, vase, or obelisk. It may be square, octagonal, or circular. A single pedestal may also support a group of columns, or colonnade (see podium). The pedestal, which was first employed by Roman architects, consists (from bottom to top) of three parts: the plinth, the dado (or die), and the cornice (or cap)
A display stand for sculpture   Pedestals can be any size that is required for the display of the sculpture
{i} base, foundation; stand; mount, pad
The support of a column, statue, vase
- The foundation for a hardside waterbed
Lavatory style in which a basin is supported primarily by a freestanding pedestal leg KOHLER pedestal lavatories are offered in a range of sizes to make the most of a small powder room or to install side by side in a spacious master bath
A stand-alone lavatory with a basin and supporting column in one piece
Small 2 or 3 drawer personal file cabinet
concrete or built-up metal member constructed on top of a bridge seat for the purpose of providing a specific bearing seat elevation
An enclosure, usually mounted on the floor, which is used to house voice/data jacks or power outlets at the point of use Also referred to as a monument, tombstone, above floor fitting or doghouse
A support for a column
A portion of the composite video signal that refers to the voltage distance between the upper portion of the sync signal and the blackest portion of the video also referred to as the black level
A metal box installed at various locations along utility easements that contain electrical, telephone, or cable television switches and connections
pedestal fan
An electric, oscillating fan supported by an adjustable, detachable stand
pedestal table
a table supported by a single central column
pedestal table
A table supported by a single, center base
pedestal table
A table supported by a center base rather than four legs
pedestal table
a table supported by a single central base
place on a pedestal
To glorify or idealize
knocked him off his pedestal
beat him, made him lose his respected position
pedestals
plural of pedestal
put on a pedestal
admire
set on a pedestal
applauded, encouraged, highly respected
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение pedestal в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

kürsü taşı rectangular pedestal
(for a statue or bust)
pedestal
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