sheaves

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demetler
çıkrıklar
tomarlar
bobinler
sheaf
deste
sheaf
demet
sheave
makara
sheave
kasnak
sheave
çıkrık
sheaf
demetlemek
sheaf
demet yapmak
sheaf
tomar
sheaf
{i} bağlam, demet; deste
sheaf
{ç} sheaves (şivz)
sheaf
(Askeri) DEMET: Topçu ve deniz topçusu desteğinde; 2 veya daha çok silahtan atılmış atımlarla arzu edilen bir paralama şekli meydana getiren planlanmış atış şekli
sheave
makara içinde kenarı oluklu çark
sheave
bobin
sheave
oluklu kasnak
sheave
demet yapmak
sheave
demetlemek
sheave
makara V yatağı
sheave
çikrik
sheave
makara dili
tie in sheaves
demet yapmak
tie in sheaves
demetlemek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural form of sheaf
plural form of sheave
Sheaves is the plural of sheaf. Plural of sheaf. Plural of sheave. the plural of sheaf
plural of sheaf
plural of sheave
sheaf
A bundle of arrows sufficient to fill a quiver, or the allowance of each archer
sheaf
A quantity of the stalks and ears of wheat, rye, or other grain, bound together; a bundle of grain or straw

O, let me teach you how to knit again This scattered corn into one mutual sheaf, These broken limbs again into one body.

sheaf
A quantity of arrows, usually twenty-four

Arrows were anciently made of reeds, afterwards of cornel wood, and occasionally of every species of wood: but according to Roger Ascham, ash was best; arrows were reckoned by sheaves, a sheaf consisted of twenty-four arrows.

sheaf
An abstract construct in topology that associates data to the open sets of a topological space, together with well-defined restrictions from larger to smaller open sets, subject to the condition that compatible data on overlapping open sets corresponds, via the restrictions, to a unique datum on the union of the open sets. W
sheaf
Any collection of things bound together; a bundle

a sheaf of paper.

sheaf
To collect and bind cut grain, or the like; to make sheaves

They that reap must sheaf and bind; Then to cart with Rosalind.

sheaf
A sheave
sheave
to gather and bind into a sheaf

Their country's harvest.

sheaf
{v} to gather or bind into sheaves, to heap
sheaf
{n} a small bundle of new-cut grain, a heap
sheave
{n} a wheel in the block of a puley
sheaf
{i} bundle of grain bound together after harvesting; bundle, collection
sheaf
An abstract construct in topology that associates data to the open sets of a topological space, together with well-defined restrictions from larger to smaller open sets, subject to the condition that compatible data on overlapping open sets corresponds, via the restrictions, to a unique datum on the union of the open sets. [W]
sheaf
A sheaf of corn or wheat is a number of corn or wheat plants that have been cut down and tied together
sheaf
A sheaf of papers is a number of them held or fastened together. He took out a sheaf of papers and leafed through them
sheaf
Any collection of things bound together; a bundle; specifically, a bundle of arrows sufficient to fill a quiver, or the allowance of each archer, usually twenty-four
sheaf
To gather and bind into a sheaf; to make into sheaves; as, to sheaf wheat
sheaf
a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing
sheaf
{f} bind into a sheaf, make into a sheaf
sheave
The grooved wheel or pulley used to assist in pulling cable through a bend in the routing; especially used in underground installations between manholes
sheave
A wheel having a groove in the rim for a rope to work in, and set in a block, mast, or the like; the wheel of a pulley
sheave
A component with a groove around its circumference to support and contain a rope or cable and a bearing at its center to permit rotation about a shaft
sheave
The wheel in a pulley block Submitted by Piers from London, UK
sheave
Grooved wheel over which a rope or cable runs (pronounced "shiv") Sometimes called a pulley wheel
sheave
A wheel over which a rope or wire runs
sheave
To gather and bind into a sheaf or sheaves; hence, to collect
sheave
A grooved pulley, used in belt transmissions
sheave
Grooved wheel or pulley (22)
sheave
A grooved pulley for use with rope Warrington - A strand construction in which one layer of wires, usually the outer, is composed of alternating large and small wires
sheave
{i} wheel with a grooved rim
sheave
A grooved wheel or pulley used with a rope or chain to change direction and point of application of pulling force
sheave
A wheel with a groove around its circumference to support and contain a rope or cable Sometimes mistakenly called a pulley
sheave
The grooved pulley wheel in a block
sheave
To collect and bind into a sheaf. A wheel or disk with a grooved rim, especially one used as a pulley
sheaves

    Турецкое произношение

    şivz

    Произношение

    /ˈsʜēvz/ /ˈʃiːvz/

    Этимология

    [ 'shEf ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English sheef, from Old English scEaf; akin to Old High German scoub sheaf, Russian chub forelock.

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