sai̇l

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Определение sai̇l в Английский Язык Турецкий язык словарь

sail
{f} denize açılmak

Tom kiminle denize açılmak istedi? - Who did Tom want to go sailing with?

Tom'un neden gelecek hafta bizimle denize açılmak istemediğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know why Tom doesn't want to go sailing with us next week.

sail
yelken

Rüzgara karşı yelken açtık. - We sailed against the wind.

Rüzgar durduktan sonra, tekneyle açık denize yelken açalım. - After the wind has stopped, let's sail the boat off to the open sea.

sail
yelkenli

O, onunla birlikte yelkenli turuna gitmeye can atıyordu. - She was looking forward to going sailing with him.

Ben hafta sonları sık sık yelkenliyle gezerim. - I often go sailing on weekends.

sailing
deniz yolculuğu

Tom'la deniz yolculuğuna gitmeyi gerçekten dört gözle bekliyorum. - I'm really looking forward to going sailing with Tom.

sailing
{i} denize açılma

Tom'un neden gelecek hafta bizimle denize açılmak istemediğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know why Tom doesn't want to go sailing with us next week.

Tom kiminle denize açılmak istedi? - Who did Tom want to go sailing with?

sail
süzülmek
sail
üzerinde seyretmek
sail
yelkenliyle gitmek
sail
(Askeri) gemi ya da yelkenli ile gitmek
sail
yelken açmak

Tom hâlâ Mary ile yelken açmak istiyor. - Tom still wants to go sailing with Mary.

Ben de seninle yelken açmak için sabırsızlıkla bekliyorum. - I'm looking forward to going sailing with you.

sail
su üzerinde seyretmek
sail
(yelkenli/gemi/vb.) yönetmek
sail
kolayca geçmek
sail
götürmek
sail
yelkenli gezintisi
sail
/vb.ile gitmek
sail
yeldeğirmeni kanadı
sail
deniz yolculuğu

Tom'la deniz yolculuğuna gitmeyi gerçekten dört gözle bekliyorum. - I'm really looking forward to going sailing with Tom.

sail
yola çıkmak
sail
{f} denizde yol al
sail
gemi

Gemi yarın Honolulu'ya denize açılacak. - The ship sails for Honolulu tomorrow.

Gemi burnun etrafını dolaştı. - The ship sailed around the cape.

sail
gitmek
sail
{i} yelkenli gemi

Yelkenli gemi tam hızda yol alıyordu. - The ship was sailing at full speed.

sail
{f} havada süzülmek
sail
{f} gemi ile gitmek
sail
{f} tehlikeli bir yolda gitmek, tehlikeli bir şekilde hareket etmek
sail
{f} gemi ile yol almak
sail
{f} havada uçurmak
sail
topluluk ismi yelkenli gemiler
sail
{f} gururla hareket etmek
sail
{i} yelkenler

Ben rüzgarın yönünü değiştiremem, ama her zaman benim hedefe ulaşmak için benim yelkenleri ayarlayabilirim. - I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.

Tanrı rüzgarı sağlar, ama insanın yelkenleri yükseltmesi gerekir. - God provides the wind, but man must raise the sails.

sail
{f} yüzdürmek
sail
yelkenle seyretmek
sail
yel değirmeni yelpazesi
sail
{i} gemi ile yolculuk
sail
{f} gemi ile yola çıkmak
sail
{f} (yazının/sözün) açık saçık olmasına ramak kalmak
sail
yelkene benzer herhangi bir şey
sail
{f} yelkenli ile gitmek
sail
{f} uçmak
sail
{f} uçurmak
sail
gemi gibi su üstünde yüzmek
sail
{f} (gemi) kullanmak
sail
{i} denize açılma

Tom'un neden gelecek hafta bizimle denize açılmak istemediğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know why Tom doesn't want to go sailing with us next week.

Tom kiminle denize açılmak istedi? - Who did Tom want to go sailing with?

sail
{f} sail close to the wind k.dili
sail
havada uçmak
sail of the line
kalyon
sail away
uzaklara yelken açmak
sail close of the wind
(Askeri) orsasına seyretmek
sail close to the wind
(Askeri) orsasına seyretmek
sail close to the wind
(deyim) tehlikeyi göze almak
sail drive
(Askeri) saildrive
sail into
(deyim) söze karışmak
sail twine
(Askeri) ispavlo
sail under false colours
kuzu postuna bürünmek
sail boat
yelkende
sail close to the wind
k. dili 1. tehlikeli bir yolda gitmek, tehlikeli bir şekilde hareket etmek. 2. (yazının/sözün) açık saçık olmasına ramak kalmak
sail into
k. dili 1. -e büyük bir şevkle girişmek. 2. -i fena halde azarlamak, -i haşlamak
sail off
yelken açmak
sail on
gitmek
sail out
(Denizcilik) Yelken açmak
sail through
yelken ile
sail twine
Yelken dikiminde kullanılan sağlam sicim
sail under false colors
olduğundan başka türlü görünmek
sail-shaped
Yelken şekilli
sail a boat
tekne kullanmak
sail before the mast
tayfalık yapmak
sail before the wind
(Askeri) pupa yelken gitmek
sail in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- ansızın çıkagelmek , girmek , damlamak 2- (yumrukla) saldırmak , hücum etmek
sail in
girmek
sail in
söze karışmak
sail in
dalmak
sail into
fırça atmak
sail into
dil uzatmak
sail into
lâf etmek
sail into
{k} -e büyük bir şevkle girişmek
sail into
{k} -i fena halde azarlamak, -i haşlamak. sail under false colors olduğundan başka türlü görünmek
sail into
azarlamak
sail reaper winged harvester
(Tarım) kanatlı orak makinesi
sail surface
(Askeri) yelken alanı
sail under false colors
(deyim) kuzu postuna bürünmek
sail under false colours
(deyim) olduğundan farklı göstermek
sail yard
(Askeri) gabya yelkeninin sereni
sand sail
kumlu zemin
fore sail
(Askeri) veleistralye yelkeni
fore topmast stay sail
(Askeri) veledibarka
main sail
(Askeri) ana yelken
sail
seyretmek
sailing
(Askeri) denizde giderek
sailing
(Ticaret) gemiyle yolculuk
drag sail
deniz demiri
full sail
pupa yelken
head sail
pruva yelkeni
head sail
ön yelken
lateen sail
üçgen yelken sereni
sailing
gemicilik
sailing
yelken kullanma
sailing
sefer
sailing
{f} denizde yol al
square sail
kare yelken
bear low sail
düşük yelken ayı
haul in the sail
yelken içinde vurgun
in sail
dalmak
pulls up the sail
kadar yelken çeker
set sail
set yelken
ship ahoy, sail ho
gemi yahu, ho yelken
take the wind out of someone's sail
sevinci kursağında kalmak
clap on sail
(Askeri) yelkenleri açarak hızlanmak
fore and aft sail
yan yelkeni
go for a sail
(Askeri) yelkenliyle gezintiye çıkmak
go in full sail
pupa yelken gitmek
jib sail
flok yelkeni (gemi)
make sail
sefere çıkmak
ready to sail
(Askeri) yola hazır (gemi)
royal sail
kontra babafingo direği
sailing
yelkencilik

Tom yelkencilik hakkında çok şey bilmiyor, değil mi? - Tom doesn't know much about sailing, does he?

Yelkencilikte çok iyiyim. - I'm very good at sailing.

sailing
{i} gemi ile yolculuk
sailing
sailing orders sefer talimatı
sailing
gemi yolculuğu

Pazartesi günü gemi yolculuğuna gidiyoruz. - We're going sailing on Monday.

sailing
{i} yelken sporu

Tom'un hobileri bahçevanlık, yelken sporu, marangozluk ve bisikletçiliktir. - Tom's hobbies are gardening, sailing, carpentry and cycling.

Yelken sporu balık tutmaktan daha eğlencelidir. - Sailing is more fun than fishing.

sailing
{i} den. kalkış saati
sailing
geç/yönet/git
sailing
kalkış saati
set sail
(Fiili Deyim ) yolculuğa çıkmak , yelken açıp kalkmak
set sail
yelken açmak
storm sail
(Askeri) fırtına yelkeni
strike sail
yelkenleri mayna etmek
studding sail
cunda yelkeni
to sail
gemi ile yola çıkmak
under sail
yelkenleri fora edilmiş olarak, seyir halinde
what time does the ship sail
gemi ne zaman ayrılıyor
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Soran
(Hukuk) Akan, akıcı, saldırgan
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (E) (Sual. den) Dilenci
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fakir
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Savlet. den) Saldıran. Kibirli olup başkasına tecavüz eden
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İsteyen
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Akan, seyelan eden
sail
Dilenci
sail
Akan, akıcı
sâil
(Osmanlı Dönemi) soru soran
Английский Язык - Английский Язык

Определение sai̇l в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

sail
To move briskly and gracefully through the air
sail
The blade of a windmill
sail
A piece of fabric attached to a boat and arranged such that it causes the wind to drive the boat along. The sail may be attached to the boat via a combination of mast, spars and ropes
sail
A tower-like structure found on the dorsal (topside) surface of submarines
sail
The floating organ of siphonophores, such as the Portuguese man-of-war
sail
The power harnessed by a sail or sails, or the use this power for travel or transport
sail
A trip in a boat, especially a sailboat

Let's go for a sail.

sail
A sailfish

We caught three sails today.

sail
To move briskly
sail
To ride in a boat, especially a sailboat
sail
{n} a canvas-sheet, ship, vessel, wing
sail
{v} to move with sails, swim, fly, pass
sail
a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
sail
{i} sheet of fabric used to catch wind and propel a sailboat; cruise, trip in a sailboat; sailboat, sailing ship; set of fabric sails for a sailboat; any device used to catch wind and generate motion
sail
travel in a boat propelled by wind; "I love sailing, especially on the open sea
sail
Anything resembling a sail, or regarded as a sail
sail
An assemblage of cloth cut to various sizes and shapes (i e square and triangular), and designed to catch the wind and use its force to propel a vessel
sail
{f} cruise in a sailboat, take a trip in a sailing ship; drive a sailboat, operate and navigate a sailing ship
sail
travel by boat on a boat propelled by wind or by other means; "The QE2 will sail to Southampton tomorrow"
sail
The cover of the kite Sled- A type of kite, much like a parafoil This kite has no cross-spars, no tail, and pulls hard Spar- The sticks that hold the kite up Spine- Spar that runs up and down
sail
move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions; "The diva swept into the room"; "Shreds of paper sailed through the air"; "The searchlights swept across the sky"
sail
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sail
An extent of canvas or other fabric by means of which the wind is made serviceable as a power for propelling vessels through the water
sail
Sails are large pieces of material attached to the mast of a ship. The wind blows against the sails and pushes the ship along. The white sails billow with the breezes they catch
sail
an ocean trip taken for pleasure
sail
To direct or manage the motion of, as a vessel; as, to sail one's own ship
sail
When a ship sets sail, it leaves a port. Christopher Columbus set sail for the New World in the Santa Maria
sail
to sail close to the wind: see wind
sail
a rounded hill scrambling - between simple hill walking and actual rock climbing where the use of hand-holds are necessary to make progress over a slope of rocks, boulders and/or scree scree - rock detritus from a crag covering the slopes below said crag scree-running - to run down a slope of scree sgor/sgorr - a sharp, rocky hill or rocky peak sgur/sgurr - a sharp, rocky hill or rocky peak slab - a flat area of rock spindrift - light powder snow blown by the wind stac - a steep, conical hill stack - a free-standing pinnacle of rock stob - a pointed hill stravaig - if you embarked upon 'a stravaig' you'd have a wander through glens and over hills with no set purpose other than to enjoy the walking and take things as they come stuc/stuchd - a little hill jutting out from a larger hill, or a peak, or a cliff, as in An Stuc summit - the highest point of a mountain or hill, the top
sail
To be impelled or driven forward by the action of wind upon sails, as a ship on water; to be impelled on a body of water by the action of steam or other power
sail
A sheet of canvas, framework of slats, or other structure, spread to catch the wind
sail
To fly through; to glide or move smoothly through
sail
You say a ship sails when it moves over the sea. The trawler had sailed from the port of Zeebrugge
sail
canvas sheet attached to a boat, as in: The sail caught the wind and we went speeding across the lake
sail
a jingle, a ditty, a tune [
sail
Originaly a lage expanse of cloth used to wind power vessels The term is now used for both the multi kilometer wide photon capturing "Solar Sails" and more recently the Dickerson Field when used by Dickerson effect Drives
sail
To move smoothly through the air; to glide through the air without apparent exertion, as a bird
sail
A passage by a sailing vessel; a journey or excursion upon the water
sail
If you sail a boat or if a boat sails, it moves across water using its sails. I shall get myself a little boat and sail her around the world For nearly two hundred miles she sailed on, her sails hard with ice
sail
a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel traverse or travel by ship on (a body of water); "We sailed the Atlantic"; "He sailed the Pacific all alone"
sail
To be conveyed in a vessel on water; to pass by water; as, they sailed from London to Canton
sail
traverse or travel by ship on (a body of water); "We sailed the Atlantic"; "He sailed the Pacific all alone"
sail
The extended surface of the arm of a windmill
sail
To set sail; to begin a voyage
sail
To pass or move upon, as in a ship, by means of sails; hence, to move or journey upon (the water) by means of steam or other force
sail
travel in a boat propelled by wind; "I love sailing, especially on the open sea"
sail
A sailing vessel; a vessel of any kind; a craft
sail
A wing; a van
sail
You may hoist sail Cut your stick, be off Maria saucily says to Viola, dressed in man's apparel- “Will you hoist sail, sir? Here lies your way ” - Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, i 5 To set sail To start on a voyage To strike sail (See Strike )
sail
To move through or on the water; to swim, as a fish or a water fowl
sail
If a person or thing sails somewhere, they move there smoothly and fairly quickly. We got into the lift and sailed to the top floor see also sailing
sail curve
A catenary-generated curve in the form of a cross-section of a sail filled by wind
sail-plan
A diagram showing the number, possible arrangements, and sizes of the sails for a sailing vessel
sail of the line
A type of naval warship constructed from the 17th through to the mid-19th century to take part in the naval tactic known as the line of battle, in which two columns of opposing warships would manoeuvre to bring the greatest weight of broadside guns to bear
sail against the wind
go against the current; sail a boat in the direction opposite to the wind
sail close to the wind
endanger oneself, take a risk
sail in
enter into a harbor; start doing something energetically
sail in full
have all sails in a ship fully raised
sail into
attack, fall on, assault
sail past
move past, travel by (of a boat or ship); move swiftly past, move by quickly; go beyond
sail round the world
travel in a boat around the world
sail through
If someone or something sails through a difficult situation or experience, they deal with it easily and successfully. While she sailed through her maths exams, he struggled
sail under false colors
act hypocritically; deceive, pretend, cheat
sail with the wind
go with the current; sail a boat in the same direction as the wind
balloon sail
A large, light foresail sometimes used instead of a jib
drag sail
An alternative term for a sea anchor
dragon sail
A sail that is believed to have been used by the Vikings on their ships. It was formed like a wing and square-rigged, and was up to 24x4 meters in size. The sail was swung from one side to the other to keep to aid in steering
light sail
A solar sail
photon sail
A solar sail
point of sail
A sailing vessel's course in relation to the wind direction
points of sail
plural form of point of sail
sailed
Simple past tense and past participle of sail
sailing
Motion across a body of water in a craft powered by the wind, as a sport or otherwise
sailing
Present participle of sail
sailing
Travelling by ship
sailing
Navigation; the skill needed to operate and navigate a vessel
set sail
To embark on a voyage by boat

We set sail for the Caribbean.

solar sail
A sail-like structure on a spacecraft consisting of enormous ultrathin mirrors, propulsion being achieved by the radiation pressure of light from a star or laser
square sail
A sail bent to a horizontal yard set athwartships
studding sail
A sail attached to the side of another in a square-rigged ship to increase the speed of the vessel
under sail
With sails unfurled; powered by the wind
under sail
Under wind power
working sail
Sails which are used in most kinds of weather: mainsail, foresail, jib and/or mizzen. Sometimes referred to as the lowers
sailing
{n} the act or art of sailing
A sail
sheet
balloon sail
any light loose sail
balloon sail
A comparatively large foresail used when going before the wind to supplement or replace a jib
bear low sail
live humbly; keep a low profile
bear sail
be successful
clap on sail
raise all of the sails on a boat
fore-and-aft sail
any sail not set on a yard and whose normal position is in a fore-and-aft direction
fore-and-aft sail
A sail set parallel with the keel of a vessel, having the foremost edge or luff attached to the mast with travelers and the upper edge set on a gaff or stay
full sail
full speed, with all possible speed; with all sails set
hoist sail
raise the sails (Nautical)
in full sail
sailing at full speed, moving as fast as possible
in sail
sailing on a ship with sails
make sail
set sail, depart on a boat cruise
not a sail in sight
there is not a ship to be seen on the horizon
press of sail
The greatest amount of sail that a ship can carry safely under prevailing conditions. Also called press of canvas
press of sail
the greatest amount of sail that a ship can carry safely
put on all sail
put forth all possible effort
sailed
past of sail
sailing
Sailings are trips made by a ship carrying passengers. Ferry companies are providing extra sailings from Calais
sailing
Sailing is the activity or sport of sailing boats. There was swimming and sailing down on the lake
sailing
The art of managing a vessel; seamanship; navigation; as, globular sailing; oblique sailing
sailing
traveling by boat or ship
sailing
The act of one who, or that which, sails; the motion of a vessel on water, impelled by wind or steam; the act of starting on a voyage
sailing
The time of departure from a port
sailing
the departure of a vessel from a port
sailing
{i} act of cruising, act of traveling on a sailboat; act of operating and navigating a sailboat
sailing
the departure of a vessel from a port riding in a sailboat
sailing
the activity of flying a glider
sailing
riding in a sailboat
sailing
Motion across a body of water in a craft powerered by the wind, as a sport or otherwise
sailing
If you say that a task was not all plain sailing, you mean that it was not very easy. Pregnancy wasn't all plain sailing and once again there were problems. or yachting Sport or pastime of racing or cruising a sailboat or yacht. A modern yacht (from a Dutch word meaning "ship for chasing") is a sailboat used for racing. In the 17th century Dutch royalty sailed early yachts for pleasure; Charles II brought the sport to England. Organized yacht racing on the Thames began in the mid-18th century. In North America yachting began with the Dutch in New York in the 17th century. The first U.S. yacht clubs were founded in the mid-19th century. Sailboat races are held over two kinds of courses, point-to-point and closed. Yacht racing has been part of the Olympic Games since 1900. The America's Cup is the preeminent prize in yachting
sailing
the work of a sailor
sails
Sails are produced by shipwrights and may be purchased at most shipyards They are sewn by hand from flax canvas or reinforced linen There are two major sail designs employed, the Square Rig and Venyn-Rig These are described under their own headings
sails
Vessels : Alexandra (CSA) • Bahama (CSA) •
sails
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sails
Plural of sail
set sail
depart; set off to sea
shorten sail
partially take in the sails, partially lower sails
spill a sail
take the wind out of sails, slacken sails
square sail
a four-sided sail set beneath a horizontal yard suspended at the middle from a mast
square sail
A four-sided sail extended by a yard suspended horizontally across the mast
studding sail
of Sail
studding sail
Its head is bent to a small spar which is called the studding-sail boom
studding sail
A light sail set at the side of a principal or square sail of a vessel in free winds, to increase her speed
take in sail
lower sails, remove sails from the masts (of a sailboat)
under sail
with sails raised
water sail
A small sail sometimes set under a studding sail or under a driver boom, and reaching nearly to the water
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение sai̇l в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

sailed
sailed to
değirmen kanadı sail of
a windmill; paddle of a mill wheel
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