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özellikle atletizm pistlerinin kaplanmasında kullanılan plastikten döşeme gereci
Amyant, plastik madde ve kauçuktan üretilmiş, atletizm pistlerinde kullanılan yer kaplaması
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The commander-in-chief of ancient Assyria
A kind of woven woollen cloth with a distinctive pattern of coloured stripes intersecting at right angles, associated with Scottish Highlanders, different clans having their own distinctive patterns
Having a pattern like a tartan
A type of one-masted vessel used in the Mediterranean
Trade name of a synthetic resin, used for surfacing tracks etc
To clothe in tartan
An individual or a group wearing tartan; a Highlander or Scotsman in general
The pattern associated with such material
{n} a kind of small coasting ship
{n} a kind of soft woollen stuff
A Tartane or tartan was a small ship used both as a fishing ship and for coastal trading in the Mediterranean
a twilled woolen fabric with a tartan design, namely a plaid textile design of Scottish origin consisting of stripes of varying width and color usually patterned to designate a distinctive clan; also, a fabric with tartan design A garment of tartan design, namely a plaid textile of Scottish origin consisting of stripes of varying width and color usually patterned to designate a distinctive clan
a cloth having a crisscross design
Woolen fabric made with a plain or twill weave in a variety of different plaid patterns, each belonging to a specific Scottish clan
{i} one who is quickly angered, hot-tempered person; woolen cloth woven in plaid patterns (especially in Scotland)
Tartan is a design for cloth traditionally associated with Scotland, and which has a number of distinctive types. The design is made up of lines of different widths and colours crossing each other at right angles. Tartan is also used to refer to cloth which has this pattern. a traditional Scottish pattern of coloured squares and crossed lines, or cloth, especially wool cloth, with this pattern American Equivalent: plaid (Probably from tiretaine type of cloth). Cross-checkered repeating pattern (or "sett") of bands, stripes, or lines of various colours and of definite width and sequence, woven into woolen cloth, sometimes with silk added. Such patterns have existed for centuries in many cultures but have come to be regarded as fundamentally Scottish and as a quasi-heraldic Scottish family or clan emblem. Though claims of great antiquity have been made for Scottish tartans, few seem to predate the 17th or even 18th century as clan emblems. The Scottish Tartans Society (founded 1963) maintains a register of all known tartans, numbering about 1,300
A small coasting vessel, used in the Mediterranean, having one mast carrying large leteen sail, and a bowsprit with staysail or jib
a fabric, originally a woollen 2/2 twill worn by Scottish Highlanders, woven in checks of various colours
Woolen cloth, checkered or crossbarred with narrow bands of various colors, much worn in the Highlands of Scotland; hence, any pattern of tartan; also, other material of a similar pattern
an Assyrian word, meaning "the commander-in-chief " (1 ) One of Sennacherib's messengers to Hezekiah (2 Kings 18: 17) (2 ) One of Sargon's generals (Isa 20: 1)
plural of , tartan
third-person singular of tartan
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    /ˈtärtən/ /ˈtɑːrtən/


    [ 'tär-t&n ] (noun.) circa 1500. Assyrian.

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