ply

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katlı
katmer
{f} kullan
düzenli sefer yapmak
çalışmak
gidip gelmek
işlemek
kat
iş yapmak
kullan(mak)
{f} etmek, yapmak
{f} eğmek
{f} sıkıştırmak
temayul
{f} (between) (arasında) düzenli seferler yapmak, gidip gelmek, işlemek
{f} dayamak (yiyecek)
{f} durmadan vermek
{i} tabaka
birbirini takip
düzenli seferler yapmak
{i} eğilim
{f} yapmak
{f} kullanmak
{f} işletmek
{f} bunaltmak
ply getir/kullan/yap/gez
{i} plise
{f} icra etmek
plywood
(İnşaat) dizi
ply about
kat hakkında
ply rating
dış lastik kat sayısı
ply s.o. with liquor
birine durmadan içki içirmek
ply, plywood
kat, kontrplak
Ply yarn
(Tekstil) PLY iplik
ply a trade
ticaret yapmak
ply s.o. with liquor
birine durmadan içki içirmek. plying between New York New York ile Londra arasında işleyen (gemi/uçak)
ply smb. with drink
içirip durmak
ply smb. with drink
içkiyi dayamak
ply smb. with questions
sorularla sıkıştırmak
ply with
bunaltmak
ply with
sıkıştırmak
ply with
durmadan vermek
ply with
dayamak (yiyecek)
peel ply
Soyma kumaşı
cross ply
(Otomotiv) konvansiyonel
cross ply
çapraz kat
three-ply
üç katlı
three-ply
üç katmerli
two-ply
iki katlı (ip)
cap ply
kap kat
four ply wool
dört kat yün
marine ply
deniz kat
three ply
üç kat
band ply
(Otomotiv) ilk kuşak
birch ply.
gürgen kontraplak
carcass ply
karkas kat
lite ply
hafif kontraplak
radial ply
(Otomotiv) radyal kat
radial ply tire
radyal lastik
radial ply tyre
radyal lastik
radial ply tyre
radyal karkaslı lastik
three ply
üç katlı
two ply
çift katlı
two ply
katmerli
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State, condition

You may be sure, in the ply I was now taking, I had no objection to the proposal, and was rather a-tiptoe for its accomplishment.

Plywood
To travel over regularly

ply the seven seas.

To use vigorously

He plied his ax with bloody results.

to flex
In two-player sequential games, a "half-turn", or one move made by one of the players

He proposed to build 'Deep Purple' a super-computer capable of 24-ply look-ahead for chess.

To work at diligently

He plied his trade as carpenter for forty-three years.

To persist in offering

She plied him with liquor.

to bend; to fold
A layer of material. (two-ply toilet paper)
{v} to work closely, bend, offer service
{n} a bent, a plait
Layer of rubber-coated parallel cords forming unit of tire carcass
A term to denote the number of thicknesses or layers of roofing felt, veneer in plywood, or layers in built-up materials, in any finished piece of such material
wield vigorously; "ply an axe"
Layer of composite (Lamina)
To work at diligently. (ply ones trade)
provide what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance; "The hostess provided lunch for all the guests"
1 A single-end component in a plied yarn 2 The number that tells how many single ends have been ply-twisted together to form a plied yarn, e g two-ply or three-ply
Two or more yarns that have been twisted together for greater strength before weaving
If you ply someone with questions, you keep asking them questions. Giovanni plied him with questions with the intention of prolonging his stay
To work to windward; to beat
To employ diligently; to use steadily
A single sheet of veneer forming one layer in a multi-layered piece of plywood
Bent; turn; direction; bias
one of the strands twisted together to make yarn or rope or thread; often used in combination; "three-ply cord"; "four-ply yarn"
(usually in combinations) one of several layers of cloth or paper or wood as in plywood one of the strands twisted together to make yarn or rope or thread; often used in combination; "three-ply cord"; "four-ply yarn"
a layer of felt, ply sheet, or reinforcement in a roof membrane or roof system
In two-player sequential games, a ply refers to one turn taken by one of the players: A ply in chess is a half-move
layer(s) of glass in a laminated glass construction
One or more yarns are twisted together to form a larger piece of yarn Ply counts the number of individual yarn pieces comprising the whole
a single layer of felt in a built up roof membrane system
apply oneself diligently; "Ply one's trade"
A term to denote the number of layers of roofing felt, veneer in plywood, or layers in built-up materials, in any finished piece of such material
apply oneself diligently; "Ply one's trade
use diligently; "ply your wits!"
A layer, as in a layer of veneer in plywood
The number of layers of roofing; i e one-ply, two-ply
the number of strands that are twisted together to make up one yarn
If you ply a trade, you do a particular kind of work regularly as your job, especially a kind of work that involves trying to sell goods or services to people outdoors. the market traders noisily plying their wares It's illegal for unmarked mini-cabs to ply for hire. ply a unit for measuring the thickness of thread, rope, plywood etc, based on the number of threads or layers that it has
A fold; a plait; a turn or twist, as of a cord
The separate webs, which make up the sheet formed on a multi-cylinder machine Each cylinder adds one web or ply, which is pressed to the other, the plies adhering firmly upon drying
To act, go, or work diligently and steadily; especially, to do something by repeated actions; to go back and forth; as, a steamer plies between certain ports
To twist together two or more single yarns to form another yarn or cord One of any number of single yarns twisted together to form a yarn
travel a route regularly; "Ships ply the waters near the coast"
A layer of roofing (i e , one-ply, two-ply)
If you ply someone with food or drink, you keep giving them more of it. Elsie, who had been told that Maria wasn't well, plied her with food
Two or more yarns spun together make a ply or plied yarn
{i} measure of thickness, degree of thickness
an individual layer in hose construction
A single layer of paper A term used when several sheets of paper are laminated together to form a board
The number of layers of roofing: i e one-ply, two-ply
{f} travel regularly on a specific course; be busy with, engage in, work hard at
A measure of the number of individual yarns twisted together to produce the finished carpet yarn For example, a two-ply yarn means that each tuft consists of two yarns twisted together For cut-pile carpets plied yarns must be heatset to prevent untwisting under foot traffic
To bend; to yield
The number of single yarns twisted together to form a plied yarn; one of the layers that make up a stack or laminate
One of the component webs in a laminated paper or board Thus: a 30/30/30 waterproof paper may consist of two plies of 30-lb Kraft paper bound together with 30 pounds of asphalt per ream
To bend
Short for plywood
To practice or perform with diligence; to work at
To use vigorously or wield. (ply a sword)
To lay on closely, or in folds; to work upon steadily, or with repeated acts; to press upon; to urge importunately; as, to ply one with questions, with solicitations, or with drink
To travel over regularly. (ply the seven seas)
(usually in combinations) one of several layers of cloth or paper or wood as in plywood
One of the layers that makes up a stack or laminate; also, the number of single yarns twisted together to form a plied
ply a person with
inundate someone with, flood a person with
ply one's needle
sew diligently, sew assiduously
single-ply membrane
Roofing membranes that are field applied using just one layer of membrane material either homogeneous or composite rather than multiple layers
single-ply roof
A roof system in which the principal roof covering is a single layer of flexible membrane often thermoset or thermoplastic
three-ply
Having three strands or layers
three-ply
Yarn having three strands
two-ply
consisting of two layers or two strands
bias-ply
A type of tire construction utilizing plies that run diagonally from one bead to the other One ply is set on a bias in one direction, and succeeding plies are set alternately in opposing directions crossing each other Sometimes called a cross-ply tire
cross-ply
of or relating to an older kind of automobile tire that had a flexible tread and relatively stiff sidewalls
four-ply
having a thickness made up of four layers or strands; "four-ply yarns"
four-ply
having a thickness made up of four layers or strands; "four-ply yarns
plied
past of ply
plied
Past tense and past participle of ply. Past tense and past participle of ply
plied
of Ply
plies
plural of ply
plies
Plural of ply. Third person singular present tense of ply
plies
third-person singular of ply
plies
The layers of cord, fiberglass, steel or structural fabric that make up the tire carcass and reinforcing belts
plies
The reinforcing members of a tire composed of layers of cord fabric and rubber that provide the strength to contain the air pressure needed to support a load and resist deflection
plying
present participle of ply
radial-ply
of or relating to automobile tires that have a strip under the tread and relatively little stiffening in the sidewalls; "radial-ply tires
three-ply
having three layers
three-ply
three-ply wood, wool, tissue etc consists of three layers or threads
three-ply
having a thickness made up of three layers or strands; "three-ply cloth"; "three-ply yarn"
three-ply
having a thickness made up of three layers or strands; "three-ply cloth"; "three-ply yarn
two-ply
having a thickness made up of two layers or strands
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Определение ply в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

pli
{i} plait
pli
{i} pleat
pli
tuck
pli
flute
pli
{i} fluting
pli
{i} fold
pli
{i} crease
pli
pleat, fold
pli
pleated
pli
purl
ply
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