shaker

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} tuzluk

O ilginç görünümlü bir tuzluk. - That's an interesting-looking salt shaker.

çalkalayıcı
tuzluk/biberlik
çalkalayici
{i} kokteyl karıştırma kabı
amerikada bir tarikatın üyesi
{i} çalkalama kabı
{i} amerika'da bir tarikatın üyesi
{i} biberlik
{i} shaker
sarsma cihazı
shale shaker
şeyl shaker
cocktail shaker
içki karıştırıcı
mover and shaker
(deyim) etkili kişi, nüfuzlu kişi

(pl. "movers and shakers").

cock shaker
şeykır
cock shaker
kokteyl çalkalama kabı
mechanical shaker
mekanik çalkalayıcı
sieve shaker
elek sallayıcı
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
içinde ağaçtan, metalden veya plastikten irili ufaklı parçalar bulunan, değişik formlarda, elle sallanarak çalınan entrüman
Bir Hıristiyan mezhebi
Soğutulmuş olarak sunulmak üzere içinde buzla kokteyl malzemelerin çalkalandığı çift çeperli kapalı maşrapa
Kokteyl malzemelerin çalkalandığı çift çeperli kapalı maşrapa
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
One of a Christian Protestant religious sect who do not marry, popularly so called from the movements of the members in dancing, which forms a part of their worship
A variety of pigeon
A person or thing that shakes, or by means of which something is shaken
One who holds railroad spikes while they are hammered
A musical percussion instrument filled with any of various granular solids used to produce a rhythmyc sound when shaken
{n} a person or thing that shakes
Shaker furniture is usually made of wood and has a very simple design. Member of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, a celibate millenarian sect that established communal settlements in the U.S. in the 18th century. Derived from a branch of radical English Quakers (see Society of Friends), the movement was brought to the U.S. in 1774 by Ann Lee, an illiterate textile worker whose followers accepted her as the second incarnation of Christ. The movement spread throughout New England from its base near Albany, N.Y., and later into Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, eventually establishing 19 communities. Communities held property in common, observed celibacy, and pursued a life of productive labor. Though sometimes persecuted for their pacifism and for bizarre beliefs falsely attributed to them, Shakers won admiration for their model farms and orderly, prosperous communities. Their talent for simple, functional design led to numerous inventions and innovations (see Shaker furniture). The movement reached its height in the 1840s and thereafter gradually declined; today the lone remaining community is at Canterbury, N.H
A Shaker is a member of an American religious group whose members live in communities and have a very simple life
An electromagnetic device capable of imparting known vibratory acceleration to a given object
{i} person or thing that shakes; container in which liquids are mixed by shaking; container with small holes in the top for dispensing powdered spices (such as salt, pepper, etc.)
One who held railroad spikes while they were hammered
A tool to mix drinks by shaking, usually involving a stainless steel container and a glass
Stainless steel or glass container filled with booze and ice With the lid firmly in place, shake the shaker up and down to mix and cool everything
a container in which something can be shaken
a member of Christian group practicing celibacy and communal living and common possession of property and separation from the world
A simplistic furniture design including features such as straight, tapered legs, and woven-strap chair seats Style originated in the mid 1770's from an American religious sect (Shakers) The Shaker style is renowned for exceptional design and craftsmanship combined with functionality and beauty
a container in which something can be shaken a member of Christian group practicing celibacy and communal living and common possession of property and separation from the world a person who wields power and influence; "a shaker of traditional beliefs"; "movers and shakers in the business world
The Shakers, a religious sect, founded independent communities in the mid-19th century Chiefly rural and self-sustaining, they produced furniture which was simple and functional in design, soundly constructed, often well-proportioned, and noted for its austere beauty The Shaker productions are among the best of the rural American types
American religious sect in the 18th and 19th centuries that practiced simple living and fostered a genius for excellent design combining functionality and beauty Design features include straight, tapered legs, and woven-strap chair seats
a person who wields power and influence; "a shaker of traditional beliefs"; "movers and shakers in the business world"
One of a religious sect who do not marry, popularly so called from the movements of the members in dancing, which forms a part of their worship
shaker-upper
Someone who shakes things up, a reformist
Shaker furniture
Furniture designed for the religious colonies of Shakers founded in the U.S. in the last quarter of the 18th century. The Shakers' designs reflected their beliefs that good craftsmanship was in itself an act of prayer and that form should follow function, an attitude that anticipated the concept of Functionalism a century later. Constructed of pine or other inexpensive wood, each item was fashioned solely to serve its intended use and was devoid of decoration. Interest in Shaker furniture and other Shaker crafts revived in the 20th century, after most Shaker colonies had dissolved, and imitations are now widely produced
shale shaker
A vibrating screen used in oil and gas drilling to remove drill cuttings from the circulating drilling mud that is passed through it
mover and shaker
someone who has power and influence in some field or activity

He really is a mover and a shaker in those circles.

pepper shaker
A small container designed to hold pepper and facilitate sprinkling it on food for seasoning purposes
salt shaker
A small container designed to hold salt and facilitate sprinkling it on food for seasoning purposes
stick shaker
An automated mechanical device connected to the control column of some aircraft, which shakes the stick to alert the pilot if the aircraft is approaching a stall
Shakers
plural of Shaker
cocktail shaker
a shaker for mixing cocktails
ground-shaker
huge herbivorous dinosaur of the Cretaceous found in western North America
mover and shaker
One who wields power and influence in a sphere of activity: "the importance of hanging out with the movers and shakers of the art world" (Richard Colvin)
pepper shaker
{i} container with small holes on the top for dispensing ground pepper
pepper shaker
A pepper shaker is the same as a pepperpot
pepper shaker
a shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling ground pepper
salt shaker
A salt shaker is the same as a salt cellar. a small container for salt British Equivalent: salt cellar
salt shaker
{i} container with small holes in the top for sprinkling salt, salt dispenser
shakers
a celibate and communistic Christian sect in the United States
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
shaker
shaker

    Расстановка переносов

    sha·ker

    Турецкое произношение

    şeykır

    Произношение

    /ˈsʜākər/ /ˈʃeɪkɜr/

    Слово дня

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