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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
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{i} tezgâh

Giysi tezgahlarına ulaşmak için iki kat yukarı çıktık. - We went up by two floors in order to reach the apparel stalls.

Giyim tezgahlarına ulaşmak için iki kat yukarıya çıktık. - We went up by two floors to reach the apparel stalls.

ahırda tek at için yapılmış bölme
hız kaybedip bocalama
{i} hız kaybedip düşme (uçak)
motorun durması
stop ettirmek
savsaklamaya çalışmak
(Askeri) sürat kaybı
(Ticaret) satış yeri
ağırdan almak
hız kaybetme
{f} geciktir
önü açık küçük dükkân
{f} k.dili. vakit
ahıra kapatmak
çamur/vb.'ne saplanmak

Bu ahır on iki tane bölme içerir. - This stable contains twelve stalls.

(sinema/tiyatro/vb.'de) koltuk
kaçamak yanıt
(Bilgisayar) Dosya transferinin yavaşlaması, takılıp kalması
(Mühendislik) MAKiNANıN DURMASı: Bir motor veya makinanın, bindirilen fazla yükten dolayı durması; perdövites
bahanelerle aldatma

Üç kez motoru durdurdu. - He stalled the engine three times.

Sen motoru durdurdun. - You've stalled the engine.

{f} hızı kesilerek düşmek
hızı kesilmek
stop etmek
zaman kazanmak
vakit kazanmaya çalışma
park yeri
orkestra üyelerinin veya kilise korosunun oturduğu kısmen kapalı yer
{i} koltuk [tiy.]
{i} (ahırda tek bir büyükbaş hayvana ait) bölme
{f} (hayvanı) ahırdaki bölmeye kapatmak
araba park edecek yer
(Nükleer Bilimler) ambale olmak
`ne saplanmak
(Askeri) MAKİNANIN DURMASI: Bir motor veya makinanın, bindirilen fazla yükten dolayı durması; perdövites
{i} sargı (parmak)
{i} İng. (pazarda/sergide) tezgâh
{f} durmak (motor)
{i} (umumi yerlerde bölmelerle ayrılmış) duş/tuvalet yeri
{f} (motor) arızalanarak stop etmek; (motorun) arızalanıp stop etmesine yol açmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A small open-fronted shop
To employ delaying tactics against

He stalled the creditors as long as he could.

A seat in a theatre close to and (about) level with the stage
To put (an animal etc) in a stall
An action that is intended to cause or actually causes delay

His encounters with security, reception, the secretary, and the assistant were all stalls until the general manager's attorney arrived.

An altar used in Heathenry, normally for indoor use as opposed to the more substantial outdoor harrow
Loss of lift due to an airfoil's critical angle of attack being exceeded or due to an excessive loss of speed
A very small room used for a shower or a toilet

Rabbit eases from the king-size bed, goes into their bathroom with its rose-colored one-piece Fiberglas tub and shower stall, and urinates into the toilet of a matching rose porcelain.

To come to a standstill
deliberately delay an event or action; "she doesn't want to write the report, so she is stalling"
{v} to keep in a stall, live, invest, glut, cloy
{n} a crib for a horse or ox, seat, booth, shed
cause an engine to stop; "The inexperienced driver kept stalling the car"
If you stall someone, you prevent them from doing something until a later time. Shop manager Brian Steel stalled the man until the police arrived
{f} put into a stable; delay, check the progress of; cause to stop, cause to turn off (of a motor)
{i} stand, booth; pen, compartment in a stable for an animal; pretext to delay; protective covering for a finger; (Airplanes) loss of control, loss of lift; (British) orchestra seats
A stable; a place for cattle
A stall is a large table on which you put goods that you want to sell, or information that you want to give people. market stalls selling local fruits
When the attitude of the glider is too high for the air speed The smooth airflow over the wing becomes turbulent and the wing stops providing lift Just ease the stick forward to recover Ask your friendly instructor for the symptoms of the approaching stall
a tactic used to mislead or delay a booth where articles are displayed for sale a compartment in a stable where a single animal is confined and fed a malfunction in the flight of an aircraft in which there is a sudden loss of lift that results in a downward plunge; "the plane went into a stall and I couldn't control it"
a compartment in a stable where a single animal is confined and fed
The stalls in a theatre or concert hall are the seats on the ground floor directly in front of the stage
When the wing looses lift The aircraft tends to drop abruptly
To live in, or as in, a stall; to dwell
put into, or keep in, a stall; "Stall the horse"
To keep close; to keep secret
To employ delaying tactics
In the theater, a seat with arms or otherwise partly inclosed, as distinguished from the benches, sofas, etc
If you stall, you try to avoid doing something until later. Some parties have accused the governor of stalling Thomas had spent all week stalling over his decision
The separation of the airflow from the surface of the airfoil or any other component The resulting loss of lift is a stall
small individual study area in a library
n A loss of control where the plane's speed and angle of attack is too slow and steep to maintain lift and control This usually occurs by trying to climb quickly at a low airspeed
To put into a stall or stable; to keep in a stall or stalls; as, to stall an ox
when the engines stops or fails to continue to run
Purely an aerodynamic condition - nothing to do with engine operation Occurs when lift-producing airflow over the wings is disrupted or lost because angle of wings to airflow (angle of attack) is too high Most commonly occurs when a pilot doesn't maintain sufficient airspeed in a climb or turn Student pilots are trained in stall prevention, recognition, and recovery
To forestall; to anticipitate
postpone doing what one should be doing; "He did not want to write the letter and procrastinated for days"
A stall is a small enclosed area in a room which is used for a particular purpose, for example a shower
The act of preventing or neutralizing an opponent's attacks and thus slowing down the pace of the game in order to lengthen the game to give the player time to develop his bench or to force the opponent to draw out his deck
To fatten; as, to stall cattle
The kite is stopped with the nose straight up for 2 seconds
loss of lift due to an acute wing angle, often caused by insufficient speed
experience a stall in flight, of airplanes
Technique used to explain to the bank why your car payment is late
a malfunction in the flight of an aircraft in which there is a sudden loss of lift that results in a downward plunge; "the plane went into a stall and I couldn't control it"
To kennel, as dogs
To plunge into mire or snow so as not to be able to get on; to set; to fix; as, to stall a cart
To be tired of eating, as cattle
State of flight where the wings of an aircraft no longer produce lift In a stalled condition an aircraft cannot fly (see also Lift and Drag)
An offensive player has ten seconds (eight indoors) to throw the disc This is called the stall
See Post and stall, under Post
Work area of a repair shop
A seat in the choir of a church, for one of the officiating clergy
The stalls are frequently very rich, with canopies and elaborate carving
When you jump onto something, stop on it for a couple of seconds and jump off Mainly used on ramps or for practicing landing a grind
What your rig does at rush hour in an unfamiliar city on the way to a horse show
Aeroplanes stall in a completely different way to cars: the engine is irrelevant A plane stalls when the wings meet the air at too high an angle The air cannot follow the curved top surface and instead breaks away in eddies and vortices As a result lift ceases to be sufficient to support the plane Due to the physical properties of air, a stall can happen very suddenly A loss of height is the inevitable result To recover, the pilot just has to get the air flowing quickly over the wing again This is easily done by diving for a short distance, which builds up speed However if the aeroplane is within 100 feet of the ground there may not be enough room to recover Sufficient airspeed must always be maintained to avoid a stall Early pilots were very vulnerable to the stall because (a) they did not understand it, (b) they flew slowly and (c) they often stayed low as their aeroplanes had poor climbing ability Press 'Back' to return
That which keeps a pipelined machine from having a full pipe Hazards can cause stalls
As you increase the angle of attack (AOA), a wing will produce more lift, but only to a certain point Beyond this point, the wing stops producing lift When this happens, the wing is said to be stalled
To be set, as in mire or snow; to stick fast
To exceed the critical angle of attack, resulting in total loss of lift
When the angle of attack of a wing becomes too high to sustain lift, the wing is said to be stalled
At low angles of attack, the lift developed by an airfoil or wing will increase with an increase in angle of attack However, there is a maximum angle of attack after which the lift will decrease instead of increase with increasing angle of attack This is know as stall Knowing the stall angle of attack is extremely important for predicting the minimum landing and takeoff speeds of an airplane
It is inclosed, either wholly or partially, at the back and sides
The space left by excavation between pillars
A covering or sheath, as of leather, horn, of iron, for a finger or thumb; a cot; as, a thumb stall; a finger stall
come to a stop; "The car stalled in the driveway"
a tactic used to mislead or delay
To place in an office with the customary formalities; to install
small area set off by walls for special use
to stall

    Турецкое произношение

    tı stôl


    /tə ˈstôl/ /tə ˈstɔːl/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


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