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{f} taş ocağından çıkarmak
{i} taşocağı
{i} taş ocağı

Şehrin on mil batısında bir taş ocağı var. - There's a rock quarry ten miles west of town.

O bir taş ocağında boğuldu. - He drowned in a quarry.

{f} taş ocağı açmak
(Madencilik) taş ocakları
{f} çıkart
kazıp çıkar
{i} karo
baklava şeklinde pencere camı
şahin veya atmaca ile tutulan av
quarrier taş ocağı işçisi
{f} araştırmak
{i} tuzağa düşürülen kimse
{i} av
{f} (from) taşocağından çıkarmak
{i} baklava şeklinde cam
taş ocağından kazıp çıkarmak
{i} yontma yapı taşı
kovalanan herhangi bir kimse veya şey
{f} taşocağı açmak
{i} maden
quarry face
taşocağı aynası
quarry tile
ocak kiremit
quarry blasting
(Çevre) taşocağı dinamitlenmesi
quarry bucket
hazır malzeme kepçesi
quarry equipment
(Çevre) ocak ekipmanı
quarry face
taş ocağı aynası
quarry face
(Çevre) taş yatak yüzeyi
quarry face
(Çevre) ocak aynası
quarry from
taşocağından çıkarmak
quarry from
taşocağı açmak
quarry head
(Çevre) taşocağı başı
quarry refuse
(Çevre) ocak artığı
quarry refuse
ocak kalıntısı
quarry rock
(Çevre) ocak taşı
quarry run
(Çevre) seçilmemiş luvönan
quarry run
(Çevre) ocaktan çıktığı gibi
quarry safety
(Çevre) taşocağı güvenliği
quarry stone
(Askeri) ocak taşı
quarry stone work
(İnşaat) moloz taş duvar
quarry tile
(İnşaat) sırsız keramik karo
quarry waste
(Çevre) taşocağı döküntüsü
quarry waste
(Çevre) ocak atığı
quarry water
(Madencilik) ocak suyu
{f} çıkart
marble quarry
mermer ocağı
{i} avlanma
stone quarry
boulder quarry
(Madencilik) dere taşı ocağı
geology of quarry area
taş ocağı jeolojisi
limestone quarry
(İnşaat) kireç ocağı
plaster quarry
(İnşaat) alçıtaşı ocağı
ocaktan taş çıkarma
stone quarry
taşocağı. stone s.o./an animal to birini/bir hayvanı taşlayarak öldürmek; birini recmetmek
stone quarry
taşocağı işletmesi
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
taş ocağı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To extract or slowly obtain by long, tedious searching

They quarried out new, interesting facts about ancient Egypt from old papyri.

A site for mining stone, limestone or slate

Michelangelo personally quarried marble from the world-famous quarry at Carrara.

A diamond-shaped tile or pane, notably of glass or stone
An object of search or pursuit
To obtain (mine) stone by extraction from a quarry

Michelangelo personally quarried marble from the world-famous quarry at Carrara.

An animal which is hunted, notably mammal or bird
{n} a stone mine, kind of arrow, square
{v} to dig from a quarry
A part of the entrails of the beast taken, given to the hounds
{f} hew, chisel; dig, excavate, mine; look for, seek
A place were mining goes on There are fossils in the rock sometimes that the miners throw away It's a good place to look
An open excavation made into rock masses by drilling, cutting, or blasting
See 5th Mine (a)
To secure prey; to prey, as a vulture or harpy
animal hunted or caught for food
A small, square- or diamond-shaped pane
Same as 1st Quarrel
An archaeological site characterized by the extraction of lithic raw material for artifact manufacture
Quadrate; square
A heap of game killed
{i} pit where stone is mined; game, animals which are hunted; prey, victim; thing which is chased, object of a pursuit; windowpane; rich source of something
To dig or take from a quarry; as, to quarry marble
A person's or animal's quarry is the person or animal that they are hunting. quarried quarrying quarries to dig stone or sand from a quarry quarry sth for sth
an open, surface excavation for the extraction of stone
When stone or minerals are quarried or when an area is quarried for them, they are removed from the area by digging, drilling, or using explosives. The large limestone caves are also quarried for cement. locally quarried stone. + quarrying quar·ry·ing Farming, quarrying and other local industries have declined
To obtain stone from a quarry
a source of lithic raw material, such as a chert outcrop, where native peoples obtained stone for use in manufacturing tools
a surface excavation for extracting stone or slate; "a British term for `quarry' is `stone pit'"
game, a heap of game
A site for mining stone
An animal or bird which is hunted
– Anything being hunted or pursued
means an open pit mine for extraction of rock, stone, or minerals
A site where clays, shales, limestone (dolomite) and/or other bedrock materials are extracted
[1] An open working or pit for granite, building-stone, slate or other rock
a person who is the aim of an attack (especially a victim of ridicule or exploitation) by some hostile person or influence; "he fell prey to muggers"; "everyone was fair game"; "the target of a manhunt"
This word is used as an alternative to "fugitive", "target", or "the pursued "
A quarry is an area that is dug out from a piece of land or the side of a mountain in order to get stone or minerals. an old limestone quarry
extract (something such as stones) from or as if from a quarry; "quarry marble
A place, cavern, or pit where stone is taken from the rock or ledge, or dug from the earth, for building or other purposes; a stone pit
The bird or animal that a bird of prey is hunting
extract (something such as stones) from or as if from a quarry; "quarry marble"
A place where building stone is excavated
Site where stone, rock and construction materials are extracted Open-pit operation
[n] an open pit from which clay or stone is dug
The object of the chase; the animal hunted for; game; especially, the game hunted with hawks
Site where natural rock stone is mined
The person being followed
Land or land under water from which consolidated aggregate is being or has been excavated and that has not been rehabilitated, but does not mean land or land under water excavated for a building or other work on the excavation site or in relation to which an order has been made under subsection 1 (3) Aggregate Resources Act
quarry light
a diamond-shaped pane of glass designed to be set in leads
quarry tile
a building construction material, usually 1/2 to 3/4 inches (13 to 19 mm) in thickness, made by the extrusion process from natural clays or shales
quarry water
the moisture content of freshly quarried porous stone
quarry tile
a clay tile that has not been glazed. Quarry tiles are used to cover floors
A small piece of stone chipped off any stone found in a quarry
Present participle of quarry
A quarry
Provided with prey
{s} dug from quarry or pit; provided with prey
plural of quarry
the extraction of building stone or slate from an open surface quarry