sew

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
dikiş dikmek

Bu yalnız hasta dikiş dikmekten zevk alır. - This lonely patient takes pleasure from sewing.

Dikiş dikmekte çok iyisin. - You are very good at sewing.

dikmek

Bu düğmeleri dikmek için bir iğnen var mı? - Do you have a needle to sew on these buttons?

Dikiş dikmekte çok iyisin. - You are very good at sewing.

dik

Kendime bir elbise yapabileyim diye dikiş dikmeyi öğreniyorum. - I'm learning to sew so that I can make myself a dress.

Annem dikiş işleriyle meşguldü. - Mom was busy with her sewing.

halletmek
(Askeri) müşterek erken uyarı (shared early warning)
sew on üzerine dikmek
sew dik
başarmak
dikerek iliştirmek
sewing
dikme

Dikiş dikmekte çok iyisin. - You are very good at sewing.

Dikiş dikmeyi bıraktı ve biraz çay içti. - She stopped sewing and had some tea.

sew on
dikmek

Bu düğmeleri dikmek için bir iğnen var mı? - Do you have a needle to sew on these buttons?

sew on
dik

Bu düğmeleri dikmek için bir iğnen var mı? - Do you have a needle to sew on these buttons?

Sen bu düğmeleri benim için dikebilir misin? - Can you sew on these buttons for me?

sew up
dikerek kapat
sew up
dikmek
sew up
garantiye almak
sew up
kontrolü altına almak, tekeline almak
sew dart
(Tekstil) pens atmak
sew dress
elbise dikmek
sew on
dikerek tutturmak
sew s.t. on
(bir giysiye) bir şey dikmek
sew s.t. up
bir işi sağlam kazığa bağlamak
sew something on
bir giysiye bir şey dikmek
sew something up
kesik yeri dikmek
sew something up
bir şeyi dikip kapatmak
sew up
dikerek kapatmak
sew up
başarmak
sew up
tekeline almak
sew up
(deyim) sew sth. up (kd) halletmek
sew up
kendine sağlamak
sew up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- dikip kapatmak 2- göz hapsinde tutmak
sew#up
dikerek kapat
sewer
lağım
sewer
kanalizasyon

Kanalizasyon borusu patladı. - The sewer pipe exploded.

Kanalizasyonlar ile ilgili sorun olmasaydı, biz zaten evi inşa etmiş olurduk. - If it weren’t for the problem with the sewers, we would already have built the house.

sewing
{i} dikiş

Ben, yeni bir dikiş makinesi satın aldım. - I bought a new sewing machine.

Annem dikiş işleriyle meşguldü. - Mom was busy with her sewing.

sewn
dikilmiş
sewed
dikilmiş
sewer
pissu
sewer
geriz
sewer
çirkef
sewer
lağım suyu
sewing
(Tekstil) dikerek
sewn
dikili

Dikili perdelerim ne kadar güzel. - How beautiful my sewn drapes are.

sewn
dikilmek
sewed
{f} dik

O benim için bir elbise dikti. - He sewed a dress for me.

O, ceketine bir düğme dikti. - She sewed a button on her coat.

sewing
{f} dik

Tom'un eskiden uyuduğu odada bir dikiş makinesi ve bir ütü masası var. - There is a sewing machine and an ironing board in the room where Tom used to sleep.

O bir elbise dikiyor. - She is sewing a dress.

sewn
{f} dik

Dikili perdelerim ne kadar güzel. - How beautiful my sewn drapes are.

sewing
dikimhane
to sew
dikmek
SEWS
(Askeri) uydu erken uyarı sistemi (satellite early warning system)
can you sew it back on
yeniden dikebilir misiniz
can you sew these buttons on
bu düğmeleri diker misiniz
sewer
dikişçi
sewer
kanalizasyon borusu
sewer
Iağım
sewer
uşak/dikişçi/lağım
sewer
{i} dikici
sewing
sewing machine dikiş makinası
sewing
(Tekstil) dikiş, dikim
sewing
{i} dikilecek şey
sewing
sewing circle bir araya ge!erek yardım için dikiş diken kadınlar
sewing
{i} dikilmiş şey
sewing
sewing woman dikişçi kadın
sewing
{i} dikme, dikim
sewing
dikilecek veya dikilmiş şey
sewing
sewing silk ibrişim
sewing
sew dik
sewn
f., bak. sew
sewn
sew dik
to sew
dikiş dikmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To use a needle to pass thread repeatedly through pieces of fabric in order to join them together
To use a needle to pass thread repeatedly through (pieces of fabric) in order to join them together

Balls were first made of grass or leaves held together by strings, and later of pieces of animal skin sewn together and stuffed with feathers or hay.

{v} to join with a needle and thred
To close or stop by ssewing; often with up; as, to sew up a rip
create (clothes) with cloth; "Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
{f} join or fasten with stitches, repair with stitches; close with stitches
When something such as a hand or finger is sewn back by a doctor, it is joined with the patient's body using a needle and thread. The hand was preserved in ice by neighbours and sewn back on in hospital see also sewing. to use a needle and thread to make or repair clothes or to fasten something such as a button to them
To drain, as a pond, for taking the fish
To unite or fasten together by stitches, as with a needle and thread
fasten by sewing; do needlework create (clothes) with cloth; "Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?
To practice sewing; to work with needle and thread
Juice; gravy; a seasoned dish; a delicacy
fasten by sewing; do needlework
When you sew something such as clothes, you make them or repair them by joining pieces of cloth together by passing thread through them with a needle. She sewed the dresses on the sewing machine Anyone can sew on a button, including you Mrs Roberts was a dressmaker, and she taught her daughter to sew
To inclose by sewing; sometimes with up; as, to sew money in a bag
To follow; to pursue; to sue
sew up
(deyim) To complete successfully, To make sure of
sew on a button
attach a button to an article of clothing with the use of a needle and thread
sew up
If someone sews up something such as a business deal, an election, or a game, they make sure that they will get the result they want. If they didn't move fast, Johnson could sew this deal up within days The Italians think they've got it all sewn up
sew up
connect, attach using a needle and thread
sew up
If you sew up pieces of cloth or tears in cloth or skin, you join them together using a needle and thread. Next day, Miss Stone decided to sew up the rip
sewed
Simple past tense and past participle of to sew
sewer
A person who sews
sewer
(obsolete except historical) A servant attending at a meal, responsible for seating arrangements, serving dishes etc
sewing
Present participle of sew
sewer
{n} one who sews, an officer at feasts, passage for water, drain, hole
To sew
sow
sewed
fastened with stitches
sewed
past of to sew
sewed
{s} fastened with stitches; mended, repaired with stitches
sewer
{i} drainage pipe, pipe that carries away waste water; tailor, one who sews
sewer
misfortune resulting in lost effort or money; "his career was in the gutter"; "all that work went down the sewer"; "pensions are in the toilet"
sewer
A sewer is a large underground channel that carries waste matter and rain water away, usually to a place where it is treated and made harmless. the city's sewer system. open sewers. a pipe or passage under the ground that carries away waste material and used water from houses, factories etc (esseweur, from essewer , from exaquare, from ex + aqua )
sewer
A channel or conduit that carries wastewater and stormwater runoff from its source to a treatment plant or receiving stream Sanitary sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste; storm sewers carry runoff from rain or snow; and combined sewers carry both
sewer
someone who sews; "a sewer of fine gowns"
sewer
A channel or conduit that carries wastewater and storm-water runoff from the source to a treatment plant or receiving stream "Sanitary" sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste "Storm" sewers carry runoff from rain or snow "Combined" sewers handle both
sewer
A pipe or conduit for conveying sewage or any other waste liquids, including storm, surface and groundwater drainage
sewer
A channel for receiving the drainage of house drains and streets
sewer
A small tortricid moth whose larva sews together the edges of a leaf by means of silk; as, the apple-leaf sewer (Phoxopteris nubeculana) A drain or passage to carry off water and filth under ground; a subterraneous channel, particularly in cities
sewer
a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water someone who sews; "a sewer of fine gowns
sewer
Formerly, an upper servant, or household officer, who set on and removed the dishes at a feast, and who also brought water for the hands of the guests
sewer
A pipe or system of pipes used to remove human waste and to provide drainage
sewer
An underground system of conduits (pipes and/or tunnels) that collect and transport wastewaters and/or runoff; gravity sewers carry free-flowing water and wastes; pressurized sewers carry pumped wastewaters under pressure
sewer
A servant attending at a meal, responsible for seating arrangements, serving dishes etc
sewer
a system of underground pipes that collect and deliver wastewater to treatment facilities or streams
sewer
A channel or conduit that carries wastewater and storm water runoff from the source to a treatment plant or receiving stream Sanitary sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste Storm sewers carry runoff from rain or snow Combined sewers handle both
sewer
a channel or conduit that carries wastewater and storm water runoff from the source to a treatment plant or receiving stream "Sanitary" sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste "Storm" sewers carry runoff from rain or snow "Combined" sewers handle both Sewers are also categorized by the flow they carry, e g collector, interceptor and trunk
sewer
Buried pipe that is used to convey wastewater Sewers can either flow by gravity or by pressure, in the case of pumped wastewater
sewer
A system of pipes, conduits and pumps used to convey sewage from its source generally to a treatment plant but also to a ground disposal site, the ocean, irrigation site, holding lagoon or a stream
sewer
One who sews, or stitches
sewer
A channel or conduit that carries wastewater and stormwater runoff from the source to a treatment plant or receiving stream Sanitary sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste Storm sewers carry runoff from rain or snow Combined sewers handle both
sewer
tailor or shoemaker
sewer
A city wide waste removal system, many times leading to central treatment facility for reclamation and/or reuse
sewer
a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water
sewing
joining or attaching by stitches
sewing
Sewing is clothes or other things that are being sewn. We all got out our own sewing and sat in front of the log fire
sewing
joining or attaching by stitches needlework that involves sewing; "she put her sewing back in the basket
sewing
The act or occupation of one who sews
sewing
Sewing is the activity of making or mending clothes or other things using a needle and thread. Her mother had always done all the sewing
sewing
needlework that involves sewing; "she put her sewing back in the basket"
sewing
That which is sewed with the needle
sewing
{i} act of mending, act of repairing with stitches; act of fastening with stitches
sewing
The action of the verb to sew
sewing
Something that is being or has been sewn
sewn
fastened with stitches
sewn
{s} mended, repaired with stitches; fastened with stitches
sewn
past participle of to sew
sewn
{f} join or fasten with stitches, repair with stitches; close with stitches
sewn
Sewn is the past participle of sew. A past participle of sew. a past participle of sew
sew
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