towering

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yükselerek
şiddetli
büyük
yükselme
aşırı
{i} yükselen
çok yüksek
son derece
{f} yüksel
şiddetli, aşırı: "He flew into a towering rage. - Çok öfkelendi."
büyük/yüksek
{s} çok yüksek: towering pines çok yüksek çamlar
{s} şiddetli, aşırı: He flew into a
{s} yüce
{s} büyük: towering financial strength büyük mali güç
şiddeti artan towering rage dehşetli öfke
yüksek
çok şiddetli
tower
kule

Eyfel Kulesi, Louvre Müzesi ile aynı şehirdedir. - The Eiffel Tower is in the same city as the Louvre Museum.

Tokyo Kulesi'ni hiç gördün mü? - Have you ever seen Tokyo Tower?

towering, sky-high
kule, sky-yüksek
towering cumulus
(Meteoroloji) tepe yapan kümülüs
towering financial strength
büyük mali güç
tower
{i} kale

Kalenin resminin odak ayarı bozuktu. - The picture of the tower was out of focus.

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çekici
tower
dikey şasi
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(Askeri) römorkör
tower
(Askeri) şilep
tower
(Bilgisayar) büyük kasa
tower
çeker
get into a towering rage
küplere binmek
tower
(above/over ile) yükselmek
tower
çok yüksek/uzun olmak
tower
{f} yüksel

Ağaç o kadar yüksekti ki bahçe duvarının üzerinde yükseldi. - The tree was so tall that it towered over the garden wall.

Kule mavi gökyüzüne doğru yükseldi. - The tower rose up against the blue sky.

tower
{f} kale gibi yükselmek
tower
{i} burç
tower
{i} hisar
tower
{f} yükselmek
tower
sığınak
tower
{f} (up) yükselmek
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{f} over/above -in üstünden yükselmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of tower
Very tall or high, particularly used to denote something that is taller than anything around it
If you describe something such as a mountain or cliff as towering, you mean that it is very tall and therefore impressive. towering cliffs of black granite which rise straight out of the sea
of imposing height; especially standing out above others; "an eminent peak"; "lofty mountains"; "the soaring spires of the cathedral"; "towering iceburgs"
{s} high, rising
very tall, particularly used to denote something that is taller than anything around it
emphasis If you describe someone or something as towering, you are emphasizing that they are impressive because of their importance, skill, or intensity. He remains a towering figure in modern British politics
Hence, extreme; violent; surpassing
Very high; elevated; rising aloft; as, a towering height
towering inferno
A powerful, untamed force

nyone saying now that humans are a towering inferno of irrationality ought to be challenged, and aggressively so. — Michael S. Gazzaniga, The Mind's Past.

towering inferno
A tall fire, as of a building

he most compelling argument for avoiding Chungking Mansion is one of safety — it could be a towering inferno waiting to happen. Beth Reiber, Frommer's Hong Kong.

towering infernos
plural form of towering inferno
towering symbol
protruding symbol, symbol that is very prominent
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One who tows
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To be considerably taller than

The basketball players towered over their fans.

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Any item, such as a computer case, that is usually higher than it is wide
tower
A structure, usually taller than it is wide, often used as a lookout, usually unsupported by guy-wires

From the top of the tower we could see far off into the distance.

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An interlocking tower
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The sixteenth trump or Major Arcana card in many Tarot decks, deemed an ill omen
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{v} to soar, mount, ascend, rise high
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{n} a high building, citadel, high headdress
in towering rage
very angry
tower
the computer case
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Refers to a physical configuration of PC cases The tower case is taller than it is wide and is usually designed to sit on the floor, rather than on a desk Towers usually feature more bays for disk drives and slots for peripheral devices than other configurations
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Someone or something that towers over surrounding people or things is a lot taller than they are. He stood up and towered over her
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Contains offices on floors TG (ground), TM (mezzanine), TP (podium), and T[1-7]
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To rise and overtop other objects; to be lofty or very high; hence, to soar
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Structure supporting the lens and lantern room of the lighthouse
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To soar into
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approval If you refer to someone as a tower of strength, you appreciate them because they give you a lot of help, support, and encouragement when you have problems or are in a difficult situation. Pat was a tower of strength to our whole family. a short form of the Tower of London. Any freestanding or attached structure that is relatively tall in proportion to its base. The Romans, Byzantines, and medieval Europeans built defensive towers as part of the fortifications of their city walls (e.g., the Tower of London). Indian temple architecture uses towers of various types (e.g., the sikhara). Towers were an important feature of churches and cathedrals built in the Romanesque and Gothic periods. Some Gothic church towers were designed to carry a spire; others had flat roofs. The Italian campanile could either be attached to a church or freestanding. The use of towers declined somewhat during the Renaissance but reappeared in Baroque architecture. The use of steel frames enabled buildings to reach unprecedented heights; the Eiffel Tower in Paris was the first structure to reveal the true vertical potential of steel construction. Babel Tower of Devils Tower National Monument Eiffel Tower Leaning Tower of Pisa Sears Tower Tower of London Tower Joan Petronas Towers
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Loading Tower
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a pier or frame supporting the catenary cables of a suspension bridge
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appear very large or occupy a commanding position; "The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain"; "Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall"
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A tower is the same as a tower block. his design for a new office tower in Frankfurt
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= Ensemble of all chambers in a common solid angle
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Tall structures with arrays of antennae that allow us to use our wireless phones and connect with our networks
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A "cage-like" aluminum attachment to a boat used for tying the rope to, placing boardracks, speakers, etc
tower
{i} tall structure, turret
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(Short for towering cumulus), a cloud element showing appreciable upward vertical development
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anything tall and thin approximating the shape of a column or tower; "the test tube held a column of white powder"; "a tower of dust rose above the horizon"; "a thin pillar of smoke betrayed their campsite"
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A mass of building standing alone and insulated, usually higher than its diameter, but when of great size not always of that proportion
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Steel mast used instead of a spar tree at the landing for cable yarding (22)
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In some dealerships this is what salespeople call the sales manager's office
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a structure taller than its diameter; can stand alone or be attached to a larger building
tower
A structure, usually taller than it is wide, often used as a lookout
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Component of 10- and 8-jet BodySpa models which houses bodyjets The overhead waterfall and jets in the 10-jet BodySpa deliver up to 80 gallons of recirculated water per minute for a rejuvenating hydro-massage The tower is constructed of either extruded aluminum (8-Jet and 10-Jet models) or vitreous china (6-Jet model)
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Defensive towers were placed at strategic places along the curtain wall (corners, changes of direction, mid-wall) to provide flanking protection; at first mostly square, they were built round as time went on with a resulting better field of fire The D-shaped tower was even superior, with a defensive round side facing the field, and a square side (which allowed for more convenient rectangular rooms) facing the Ward
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Vertical case for a personal computer
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a powerful small boat designed to pull or push larger ships
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A structure appended to a larger edifice for a special purpose, as for a belfry, and then usually high in proportion to its width and to the height of the rest of the edifice; as, a church tower
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A pier or frame serving to support the cables of a bridge at the end of a span
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Any vertical projection which is significantly taller than it is wide Towers in church designs were intended to reach toward the heavens and are referred to as spires
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The casing of the computer which is constructed to stand upright rather than flat This is purely a design feature and makes no difference to the type or power of computer you have It saves space on a desk (or can more easily be placed underneath the desk)
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A citadel; a fortress; hence, a defense
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A tower is a tall structure that is used for sending radio or television signals. Troops are still in control of the television and radio tower
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A structure that supports a wind generator, usually high in the air
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A broad-base latticed steel support for line conductors (as differentiated from a wood or steel pole structure or line)
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the part of your computer system that houses the drives; also called the case and sometime simply "the computer" because that is the part that actually does the work
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A projection from a line of wall, as a fortification, for purposes of defense, as a flanker, either or the same height as the curtain wall or higher
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{f} rise higher, stand tall, be of great height
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A tower is a tall, narrow building, that either stands alone or forms part of another building such as a church or castle. an eleventh century castle with 120-foot high towers. the Leaning Tower of Pisa
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High flight; elevation
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A headdress of a high or towerlike form, fashionable about the end of the seventeenth century and until 1715; also, any high headdress
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A tower is a tall box that contains the main parts of a computer, such as the hard disk and the drives. see also clock tower, control tower, ivory tower
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