tent

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
çadır

Liderin çadırı nereye kuracağını bilmesi gerekir. - The leader should know where to set up the tent.

Çadırı buraya kurmak kimin fikriydi? - Whose idea was it to pitch the tent here?

sayvan
{i} cerrah mili
(fiil) cerrah mili ile yoklamak
(Tıp) Fitil ile yarayı işletmek
fitil ile y
tent caterpillar ağaçlar üzerinde çadır şeklinde yuva yapan tırtıl
{f} cerrah mili ile yoklamak
tent fly çadırın bezden yapılmış kapısı
çadır kurup oturmak
{i} yara mili
tent peg çadır kazığı
bell tent ortası dire
tent bed çadır gibi tavanı olan yatak
(Askeri) ÇADIR: İp ve kazıklarla desteklenen, çadır bezinden yapılmış, kurup sökülebilen barınak. TENTATIVE TABLE OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT: TASLAK TEŞKİLAT VE MALZEME KADROSU: Teşkilatı; personel veya malzeme ya da hem personel hem malzeme bakımlarından tecrübe mahiyetinde telakki edilen bir birlik için tespit olunmuş kadro. Ayrıca bakınız: "table of organization and equipment"
(Tıp) yara fitili
tent card
(Bilgisayar) çadır kart
tent card
(Bilgisayar) çadır kartı
tent caterpillar moth
güve
tent flap
çadır kapağı
tent fly
çadır sineği
tent pole
çadır direği
tent stitch
çadır dikişi
tent value layer
onda bir değer katma
tent caterpillar
Çadır tırtılı
tent of
çadırın
tent canvas
çadır bezi
tent cover
çadır örtüsü
tent flap
çadır kanadı
tent fold
(Bilgisayar) ortadan katlanmış
tent peg
çadır kazığı
tent rocks
çadır kayaç
orderly tent
(Askeri) bölük çadırı
pitch a tent
çadır dikmek
pitch a tent
çadır kurmak
put up a tent
çadır kurmak
set up a tent
çadır kurmak
sheet tent
(Askeri) çadır yaprağı
sheet tent
(Askeri) çadır parçası
shelter tent
(Askeri) iki kişilik çadır
oxygen tent
oksijen çadırı
pitch one's tent
çadırını kurmak
pup tent
ufak çadır
shelter tent
çadır
tenting
{f} çadır kur
tenting
{i} çadır
wall tent
çadır
bell tent
koni şeklinde çadır
camo tent
kamuflaj çadır
camouflage tent
kamuflaj çadırı
circus tent
sirk çadırı
mountain tent
dağ çadır
pitching a tent
Çadır yunuslama
tenting
çadır kurarak
a tent
çadır eteği tent skirt, apron of
blank tent card
(Bilgisayar) boş çadır kart
do you have space for a tent
çadır için yeriniz var mı
double shelter tent
(Askeri) DÖRT KİŞİLİK PORTATİF ÇADIR: Bak. "double tent"
double tent
(Askeri) DÖRT KİŞİLİK ÇADIR: İki adet iki kişilik çadırın düz kenarları düğmelenmek suretiyle, arazide kurulmuş çadır. Buna "double shelter tent" de denir. Bak. "shefter half"
double tent
(Askeri) dört kişilik çadır
frame tent
iskeletli çadır
hot tent
(Askeri) sıcak çadır
nomad tent
oba
orderly tent
(Askeri) BÖLÜK ÇADIRI: Bak. "orderly room"
party tent
eğlence çadırı
pup tent
iki kişilik çadır
pup tent
iki kişilik ufak çadır
pup tent
küçük çadır
shelter tent
(Askeri) İKİ KİŞİLİK PORTATİF ÇADIR: İki kişiyi barındırabilen küçük çadır. İki yarım parçadan kurulan bu çadırın, her yarısı bir er tarafından, kendi sefer teçhizatının bir parçası olarak taşınır
state tent
otağ
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A pavilion or portable lodge consisting of skins, canvas, or some strong cloth, stretched and sustained by poles, used for sheltering persons from the weather
To attend to; to heed; hence, to guard; to hinder
Intention; design
To form into a tent-like shape

The sheet tented over his midsection.

To go camping

We’ll be tented at the campground this weekend.

To probe or to search with a tent; to keep open with a tent; as, to tent a wound. Used also figuratively
A kind of wine of a deep red color, chiefly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain; called also tent wine, and tinta
Attention; regard, care
A roll of lint or linen, or a conical or cylindrical piece of sponge or other absorbent, used chiefly to dilate a natural canal, to keep open the orifice of a wound, or to absorb discharges
A probe for searching a wound
To prop up aluminum foil in an inverted "V" (reminiscent of a pop-up tent) over food to reduce splatter, before putting it in the oven
The representation of a tent used as a bearing
{n} a pavilion, moveable habitation, roll of lint to put into a sore, very sweet red wine
{v} to lodge in a tent, fill with tent, tend
(1 ) Heb 'ohel (Gen 9: 21, 27) This word is used also of a dwelling or habitation (1 Kings 8: 66; Isa 16: 5; Jer 4: 20), and of the temple (Ezek 41: 1) When used of the tabernacle, as in 1 Kings 1: 39, it denotes the covering of goat's hair which was placed over the mishcan
live in or as if in a tent; "Can we go camping again this summer?"; "The circus tented near the town"; "The houseguests had to camp in the living room"
To cover meat or poultry loosely with a piece of foil
To probe or to search with a tent; to keep open with a tent; as, to tent a wound
A pavilion or portable lodge consisting of skins, canvas, or some strong cloth, stretched and sustained by poles, used for sheltering persons from the weather, especially soldiers in camp
tentative; used in association with the station name when logging a station without a definite station identification or other proof of the identity of the observed radio station, but when there is reason to believe that it nevertheless was the station mentioned
means a shelter or structure with a covering that is made of pliable material (Ontario Fire Code 1996)
Used also figuratively
{f} lodge in a tent, camp out
A tent is a shelter made of canvas or nylon which is held up by poles and ropes, and is used mainly by people who are camping. To keep (a wound or orifice) open with such a plug. tent government tent caterpillar tent structure
The representation of a tent used as a bearing (See also PAVILLION )
a movable shelter used in the woods
{i} temporary cloth shelter
a portable shelter (usually of canvas stretched over supporting poles and fastened to the ground with ropes and pegs); "he pitched his tent near the creek"
To lodge as a tent; to tabernacle
tent camping
Camping in tents, as an outdoor activity
tent embassy
a tent set up as the focal point of a protest, particularly with regard to the rights of indigenous people
tent peg
A peg, driven into the ground, to hold a rope that supports a tent

Upon arrival at the campsite, they discovered that they had forgotten the tent pegs and had to use rocks and logs to tether the tent instead.

tent wine
A kind of wine of a deep red color, chiefly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain
tent caterpillar
Any of several destructive caterpillars of the family Lasiocampidae, especially of the genus Malacosoma, whose colonies construct silken tentlike webs in the branches of trees. Any moth larva of the genus Malacosoma(family Lasiocampidae). Tent caterpillars are often brightly coloured. Congregations of the eastern tent caterpillar (M. americanum) of eastern North America spin huge, tent-shaped communal nests in forked tree branches. Eggs the moth deposits on a tree in midsummer hatch in spring. The hatched caterpillars migrate to a tree crotch and construct a silken tent, which they leave each day throughout the summer to feed on the surrounding leaves. The forest tent caterpillar (M. disstria) is common in the southern U.S
tent caterpillar
the larvae of moths that build communal silken webs in orchard and shade trees
tent fly
protective roof placed over a tent
tent peg
a peg driven into the ground to hold a rope supporting a tent
tent stitch
A short diagonal embroidery stitch that forms close, even, parallel rows to fill in a pattern or background
tent structure
Building that uses masts or poles and tensile membrane (e.g., fabric or animal skin) enclosures. Tent structures are prestressed by externally applied forces so that they are held taut under anticipated load conditions. Tents have been the dwelling places of most of the world's nomadic peoples, from ancient times until the present. The traditional Bedouin tent consists of a rectangular membrane of strips of woven camel hair that is strained on webbing straps and secured with guys over a rectangle of poles. The American Plains Indians developed the conical tepee. The Central Asian nomadic pole dwelling, or yurt, uses skins and textiles as its covering. See also membrane structure, pole construction
tent-caterpillar moth
moth whose larvae are tent caterpillars moth whose gregarious larvae spin carpets
tent-fly
flap consisting of a piece of canvas that can be drawn back to provide entrance to a tent
tent-peg
stake used to hold the ropes of a tent
beer tent
At a fair or festival, a tent set up for the purpose of selling and consuming beer and other alcoholic beverages
big tent
Pertaining to, representing, or advocating such a group, philosophy, or movement

Kucinich is a pretty big tent kinda guy. He’s very liberal.

big tent
A group, philosophy, or social or political movement that encompasses or seeks to attract a broad range of members or constituents

They are not a slice of Americana, as we usually say, but rather, a broad brush of it. While most of our successful sports franchises display some distinct personality, only the Cowboys offer the big tent.

big-tent
Alternative spelling of big tent
eastern tent caterpillar
Malacosoma americanum, a univoltine social caterpillar inhabiting communal nests in the branches of trees
fold one's tent
To withdraw, especially in a discreet manner; to disengage; to quit

There are a good number of Democrats who are unhappy with John Kerry, thinking he folded his tent without a fight.

mess tent
a tent used to shelter people eating in a group, especially in a military or working setting
oxygen tent
a canopy for the head and shoulders, or a similar enclosure for the whole body, within which air having a higher than normal supply of oxygen can be administered to a patient
pitch a tent
To have an erection that shows through the trousers

Check it out, Jimmy's over there pitching a tent to Maria's boobs.

pitched a tent
Simple past tense and past participle of pitch a tent

He just about pitched a tent when he caught sight of her.

pitches a tent
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pitch a tent

Mike pitches a tent every time Wendy walks by.

pitching a tent
Present participle of pitch a tent
pup tent
a shelter tent
shelter tent
a small wedge-shaped tent made by folding two waterproof sheets of material together
camo tent
(Gıda) A ghillie suit, also known as a yowie suit, or camo tent, is a type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble heavy foliage. Typically, it is a net or cloth garment covered in loose strips of burlap, cloth or twine, sometimes made to look like leaves and twigs, and optionally augmented with scraps of foliage from the area
tented
{a} covered with or containing tents
camo tent
camouflage tent
A tent
canvas
Bedouin tent
large tent in which Bedouins dwell
backpacking tent
a tent that can be carried in a backpack
bell tent
a bell-shaped tent
canvas tent
a tent made of canvas
circus tent
a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance; "he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent"; "they had the big top up in less than an hour
cottage tent
a tent providing shelter for a family
events tent
tent in which events (parties, concerts, etc.) are held
field tent
a canvas tent for use in the field
fly tent
a tent with a fly front
forest tent caterpillar
larvae of a gregarious North American moth that spins a carpet rather than a tent; serious defoliator of deciduous trees
lean-to tent
tent that is attached to the side of a building
mountain tent
a lightweight tent with a floor; flaps close with a zipper
oxygen tent
medical device which provides a patient which oxygen-rich air to breathe
oxygen tent
A canopy placed over the head and shoulders or over the entire body of a patient to provide oxygen at a higher level than normal. a piece of equipment shaped like a tent that is put around people who are very ill in hospital, to provide them with oxygen
pitch a tent
set up a tent
pitching a tent
setting up of a tent, erecting a tent
pop tent
a small tent that is easy to carry and quick to set up
pup tent
a small tent for two people
pup tent
a wedge-shaped tent; usually without a floor or windows
pup tent
small tent intended for hikers to use in the wilderness
pyramidal tent
a large tent shaped like a pyramid; can hold half a dozen people
shelter tent
type of small tent for 2 people
shelter tent
A small tent usually pitched by securing together two or more pieces of waterproof material. Also called pup tent
sibley tent
a light conical canvas tent erected on a tripod with ventilation at the top
tented
past of tent
tented
A tented room has long pieces of material hanging down from the centre of the ceiling to the walls, so that the room has the appearance of the inside of a large tent. a tented dining area
tented
Covered with tents
tented
A tented field or a tented camp is an area where a number of people are living in tents
tenting
the act of encamping and living in tents in a camp
tenting
present participle of tent
tents
plural of tent
two-man tent
a tent designed for occupancy by two persons
umbrella tent
a small tent with a single supporting pole and radiating metal ribs
wall tent
a canvas tent with four vertical walls
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
tent

    Турецкое произношение

    tent

    Произношение

    /ˈtent/ /ˈtɛnt/

    Этимология

    [ 'tent ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English tente from Old French tente from Latin tenta (“tent”), feminine of tentus, ptp. of tendere (“to stretch, extend”). Displaced native Middle English tild, tilt (“tent, tilt”) from Old English teld (“tent”).

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