wrench

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
İngiliz anahtarı

Tom elinde bir İngiliz anahtarıyla içeri geldi. - Tom came in with a wrench in his hand.

O İngiliz anahtarını bana verebilir misin? - Could you hand me that wrench?

{i} (somun veya vidaların sıkıştırılıp gevşetilmesi için kullanılan) anahtar
çekme
burkulmak
burkulmak (bir uzuv)
yüreği buran olay
burkmak (bir uzvu)
kanırtmak
lokma anahtar
ayarlı anahtar
sert bir şekilde çekmek
asılma
ayarlı pense
bükme
{f} burk
burkma
kurbağacık
(Mühendislik) anahtar

Arabasını tamir etmek için Tom'un anahtarlarımı ödünç almasına izin verdim. - I let Tom borrow my wrenches to fix his car.

Tom korumanın arkasına sinsice yaklaştı ve onu İngiliz anahtarıyla dövdü. - Tom sneaked up behind the guard and clobbered him with a monkey wrench.

{f} asılmak
{f} zorla almak
burkutuş
vida somunu anahtarı
{i} burkulma
{f} bükmek
{f} çarpıtmak
{i} yüreği buran olay: It was a wrench for
anahtar/buruk
Ayağını burktu
kasten ters anlam vermek
{i} bükülme
{f} burkmak
{i} ayrılış acısı
{f} ters anlamak
{f} yanlış yorumlamak
{i} sert bir çekiş
He wrenched his ankle
çekmek
(İnşaat,Teknik) somun anahtarı
ingiliz anahtarı
vida anahtarı
ıngiliz anahtarı
wrench monkey
boru anahtarı
wrench s.o.´s heart
birinin yüreğini sızlatmak
wrench s.t. from s.o
(away) bir şeyi birinden zorla çekip almak
wrench fault
(Jeoloji) çevirme fayı
wrench fault
(Jeoloji) burulma fayı
wrench jaw
anahtar çenesi
wrench open
çekip açmak
wrench s.o.'s heart
birinin yüreğini sızlatmak. wrench s.t. (away) from bir şeyi birinden zorla çekip almak
wrench smth. away from smb
zorla almak
wrench smth. from smb
zorla almak
wrench someone's heart
birinin yüreğini sızlatmak
adjustable wrench
kurbağacık
adjustable wrench
(Otomotiv,Teknik) ayarlı anahtar
construction wrench
(İnşaat) çelik montajcı anahtarı
impact wrench
(Otomotiv) darbeli anahtar
offset wrench
yıldız anahtar
offset wrench
ofset anahtar
socket wrench
boru anahtarı
wrenched
bükülmüş
wrenching
burkulma
wrenching
burkarak
adjustable wrench
ingiliz anahtarı
adjusting wrench
ayar anahtarı
allen wrench
alyan anahtar
axle wrench
dingil anahtarı
chain wrench
zincirli boru anahtarı
crescent wrench
ayarlı anahtar
double ended wrench
iki ağızlı anahtar
hexagon wrench
bijon anahtarı
hook wrench
eğri civata anahtarı
monkey wrench
ingiliz anahtarı

Tom korumanın arkasına sinsice yaklaştı ve onu İngiliz anahtarıyla dövdü. - Tom sneaked up behind the guard and clobbered him with a monkey wrench.

open end wrench
somun anahtarı
screw wrench
ingiliz anahtarı
socket wrench
lokma anahtar
spanner wrench
tırnaklı anahtar
tap wrench
musluk anahtarı
throw a monkey wrench in the works
işi bozmak
wrenching
{f} burk
allen wrench
Alyan anahtarı
allen wrench
(Mühendislik) alyen anahtar, gömme anahtar, altı-köşe "L" şeklinde anahtar
face pin wrench
yüz iğne anahtarı
lug wrench
Bijon anahtarı
open-end wrench
(Mühendislik) açık ağız anahtar
pipe wrench
(Mühendislik) boru anahtarı
ratchet wrench
circirli anahtar
socket wrench
(Mühendislik) lokma anahtarı
socket wrench
(Araçlar) Lokma
throw a monkey wrench in the works
k. dili bir halt edip işi bozmak, işin içine etmek
torque wrench
(Mühendislik) cıvata sıkma torkunu ölçen anahtar
wrenching
burkan
wrenching
burkucu
wrenching
burkulmuş
Pin type face wrench
(Tekstil) Ön delik anahtarı
adjustable pipe wrench
ayarlanabilir boru anahtarı
adjustable wrench
(Tekstil) ayarlı anahtar ( ingiliz anahtarı )
alien wrench
gömme anahtar
allen wrench
(İnşaat) (hex) altı köşe gömme anahtar
allen wrench
allen anahtarı,alyan anahtar
alligator wrench
alligator anahtar
box wrench
(İnşaat) lokma anahtar
can you lend me a wrench
İngiliz anahtarı ödünç verir misiniz
coach wrench
poyra anahtarı
combination wrench
(İnşaat) bir tarafı açık, diğer tarafı yıldız anahtar
crescent wrench
ay anahtar
filter wrench
(İnşaat) filtre kayışı
four way wrench
dört kollu bijon anahtarı
give a wrench to
yanlış yorumlamak
give a wrench to
ters anlamak
hexagon wrench
(İnşaat) alyen anahtar
hook wrench
eğri cıvata anahtarı
hub cap wrench
göbek başlığı anahtarı
monkey wrench
İngiliz anahtarı

Tom korumanın arkasına sinsice yaklaştı ve onu İngiliz anahtarıyla dövdü. - Tom sneaked up behind the guard and clobbered him with a monkey wrench.

monkey wrench
ingilizanahtarı
nail wrench
(İnşaat) çivi söken
screw wrench
{i} İngiliz anahtarı
screw wrench
{i} civata anahtarı
socket wrench set
lokma anahtarı takımı
spark plug wrench
buji anahtarı
strap wrench
(İnşaat) filtre kayışı
swivel head wrench
mafsallı anahtar
swivel socket wrench
döner lokma anahtar
tensioner pulley wrench
(Otomotiv) gergi kasnağı anahtarı
throw a monkey wrench
{k} bir halt edip işi bozmak, işin içine etmek
throw a monkey wrench into
(deyim) işin içine etmek
tighten with a wrench
anahtarla sıkmak
torque wrench
(İnşaat) tork anahtarı
tuning wrench
akort anahtarı
wrenches
anahtarlar

Arabasını tamir etmek için Tom'un anahtarlarımı ödünç almasına izin verdim. - I let Tom borrow my wrenches to fix his car.

wrenching
burkulmuş
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To pull or twist violently

With a surge of adrenaline, she wrenched the car door off and pulled out the injured man.

A distorting change
A sudden emotional change
A violent pull or twist; a tug

With a wrench, which threw his victim back upon the bed as though hurled from a height, he turned and sprang at us.

To use the tool known as a wrench

The plumber wrenched the pipes until they came loose.

a hand tool for making rotational adjustments, such as fitting nuts and bolts, or fitting pipes
Sad feeling when leaving something or someone loved

Also, it puts a lot of undue pressure on Tevez. Obviously he had his differences with Sir Alex and the board at Old Trafford, but it was clearly a wrench for him to leave United given his fantastic relationship with the fans. -.

To injure (a joint) by pulling or twisting

Be careful not to wrench your ankle walking along those loose stones!.

A movement that twists and pulls violently
{v} to pull by force, force, wrest, sprain
{n} a violent twist, turn or pull, sprain, trap
If you wrench something that is fixed in a particular position, you pull or twist it violently, in order to move or remove it. He felt two men wrench the suitcase from his hand They wrenched open the passenger doors and jumped into her car
Slang for racing mechanic
To strain; to sprain; hence, to distort; to pervert
twist or pull violently or suddenly, especially so as to remove (something) from that to which it is attached or from where it originates; "wrench a window off its hinges"; "wrench oneself free from somebody's grip"; "a deep sigh was wrenched from his chest"
A sprain; an injury by twisting, as in a joint
a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments; "the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"; "he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"
{i} violent twist; violent ripping; act of wresting; tool for gripping or turning bolts
A violent twist, or a pull with twisting
a screw key
Slang for mechanic
If someone throws a wrench or throws a monkey wrench into a process, they prevent something happening smoothly by deliberately causing a problem. Their delegation threw a giant monkey wrench into the process this week by raising all sorts of petty objections. or spanner Tool, usually operated by hand, for tightening bolts and nuts. A wrench basically consists of a lever with a notch at one or both ends for gripping the bolt or nut so that it can be twisted by a pull at right angles to the axes of the lever and the bolt or nut. Open-end wrenches have ends with straight-sided slots that fit over the part being tightened; box-end wrenches have ends that enclose the nut and have six, eight, 12, or 16 points inside the head. A socket wrench is essentially a short pipe with a square or hexagonal hole and either a permanent or a removable handle
{f} pull by force; bend forcefully; twist; hurt by twisting; cut off; distort, pervert
Any number of forces acting at any points upon a rigid body may be compounded so as to be equivalent to a wrench
a hand tool that is used to hold or twist a nut or bolt
Bike mechanic, as in "Gravy Gravenites, team wrench for "
A spanner, usually adjustable
The system made up of a force and a couple of forces in a plane perpendicular to that force
Many wrenches have adjustable jaws for grasping nuts, etc
of different sizes
An instrument, often a simple bar or lever with jaws or an angular orifice either at the end or between the ends, for exerting a twisting strain, as in turning bolts, nuts, screw taps, etc
a hand tool that is used to hold or twist a nut or bolt a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments; "the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"; "he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"
A wrench or a monkey wrench is an adjustable metal tool used for tightening or loosening metal nuts of different sizes
Mechanic He is the one who wields the wrenches
make a sudden twisting motion
twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish; "Wring one's hand"
If you wrench one of your joints, you twist it and injure it. He had wrenched his ankle badly from the force of the fall
If you say that leaving someone or something is a wrench, you feel very sad about it. I always knew it would be a wrench to leave Essex after all these years Although it would be a wrench, we would all accept the challenge of moving abroad
Exclusively from a crowbar attack, especially to the torso region of the scientist, er uhmm opponent
Trick; deceit; fraud; stratagem
Means; contrivance
twist suddenly so as to sprain; "wrench one's ankle"; "The wrestler twisted his shoulder"; "the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"; "I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"
a jerky pulling movement
To pull with a twist; to wrest, twist, or force by violence
A tool for turning nuts or bolts This term is not common in British usage, where the term "spanner" or "key" is generally preferred Wrenches are divided into two families
If you wrench yourself free from someone who is holding you, you get away from them by suddenly twisting the part of your body that is being held. She wrenched herself from his grasp He wrenched his arm free She tore at one man's face as she tried to wrench free
Allen wrench
A hex head wrench
Stillson wrench
pipe wrench
hex head wrench
A screwdriver whose handle and hexagonal head are at right angles
monkey wrench
A pipe wrench
monkey wrench
A wrench with a smooth adjustable jaw to grip different sizes of nuts
monkey wrench
A problem, obstacle or dilemma; something unexpected or troublesome

Having a baby will add a monkey wrench to her routines.

pipe wrench
An adjustable wrench (British spanner) with a toothed jaw for gripping pipe, frequently used by a plumber or pipe fitter, to loosen and tighten pipes with threaded connections
ratchet wrench
A wrench, implementing a ratchet mechanism, usually used with a set of sockets to engage the head of a bolt or similar
socket wrench
A type of wrench featuring multiple interchangeable socket heads (each designed to fit a particular size of bolt head or other fastener) which can be attached by a socket arrangement to a ratcheting wrench handle or other driver
tension wrench
A torsion wrench
torque wrench
A torsion wrench
torsion wrench
An "L" shaped tool used in lockpicking to apply torsion to the inner cylinder of a lock, in order to hold any picked pins in place, while the other pins are shifted, and then to turn the inner cylinder and open the lock
allen wrench
Trademark - A spanner designed to fit into and turn an Allen screw
socket wrench
(Araçlar) A wrench with interchangeable heads called sockets that attach to a fitting on the wrench, allowing it to turn different sized bolts and other fasteners. The most common form is a hand tool popularly called a ratchet consisting of a handle with a ratcheting mechanism built in, so it can be turned using a back-and-forth motion in cramped spaces
Allen wrench
A wrench used specifically for allen-head screws
Allen wrench
An L-shaped tool that works like a screwdriver, designed to remove screws with hexagonal holes in their heads They are sometimes called hex wrenches
Allen wrench
A rod with six sides and often L-shaped Used to remove certain screws and fastenings, especially set screws Sometimes called "hex wrenches" or "Allen key "
Allen wrench
Hexagon (6-point) tip used to fit socket head screws or setscrews
Allen wrench
A tool consisting of an L-shaped bar with a hexagonal head, used to turn screws with hexagonal sockets. a tool used to turn an Allen screw British Equivalent: Allen key (Allen Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut)
Allen wrench
(Otomotiv) An L-shaped tool that works like a screwdriver, designed to remove screws with hexagonal holes in their heads. They are sometimes called hex wrenches
Allen wrench
Size-specific "L"-shaped loosening and tightening tool Also referred to as hex key
Alligator wrench
a wrench with a v-shaped jaw and serrations on one side (resembles the open jaws of an alligator)
adjustable wrench
can be changed to different settings
allen wrench
a wrench for Allen screws
alligator wrench
A kind of pipe wrench having a flaring jaw with teeth on one side
box end wrench
a type of wrench with a hollow end that fits over a nut that is being screwed or unscrewed British Equivalent: ring spanner
box wrench
a wrench with a closed loop (a socket) that fits over a nut or bolt head
box wrench
A wrench having a closed, ringlike end designed to fit over a nut or bolt
brace wrench
a wrench shaped like a brace (has a handle shaped like a crank) and a socket head
bulldog wrench
a wrench designed to provide a firm grip on something
carriage wrench
a wrench designed for use with carriage bolts
dog wrench
a wrench with a handle shaped like a crank
hex wrench
(Otomotiv) An L-shaped tool that works like a screwdriver, designed to remove screws with hexagonal holes in their heads. They are sometimes called hex wrenches
hook wrench
a wrench with a hook that fits over a nut or bolt head
lug wrench
(Otomotiv) A wrench used during tire changes to remove the lug nuts that hold the wheel onto the car. The crossshaft type provides the best leverage
lug wrench
a wrench with jaws that have projecting lugs to engage the object that is to be rotated
monkey wrench
adjustable wrench that has one fixed and one adjustable jaw
monkey wrench
A type of adjustable wrench in which the jaws are perpendicular to the handle
monkey wrench
type of wrench that can be adjusted to grasp different size nuts; obstacle, interference, hindrance
monkey-wrench
adjustable wrench that has one fixed and one adjustable jaw
open-end wrench
A wrench having fixed, open jaws on one or both ends
open-end wrench
a wrench having parallel jaws at fixed separation (often on both ends of the handle)
pin wrench
monkey wrench, adjustable wrench used on pipes
pin wrench
a wrench that has a projecting pin that fits into a socket on the object to be turned
pipe wrench
adjustable wrench for gripping and turning a pipe; has two serrated jaws that are adjusted to grip the pipe
pipe wrench
tool used for gripping or turning pipes
pipe wrench
A wrench with two serrated jaws, one adjustable, for gripping and turning pipe
s wrench
a wrench with an S-shaped handle
screw wrench
adjustable wrench that has one jaw that can be adjusted by turning a screw
screw wrench
{i} wrench for turning screws; adjustable wrench having one jaw that can be adjusted by turning a screw
socket wrench
wrench with sockets of different sizes that can be changed to fit over nuts or bolts
socket wrench
a wrench with a handle onto which sockets of different sizes can be fitted
socket wrench
n. A wrench with a usually interchangeable socket to fit over a nut or bolt
socket wrench
(Otomotiv) A wrench that completely covers the head of a bolt rather than fitting around its circumference. A socket set usually consists of a variety of sockets plus at least one handle (usually a ratchet handle), a couple of extenders, and sometimes a spark plug socket as well
sparkplug wrench
a wrench for removing or tightening spark plugs into the cylinder head of an internal combustion engine
stillson wrench
A pipe wrench having an adjustable L-shaped jaw piece sliding in a sleeve that is pivoted to, and loosely embraces, the handle
stillson wrench
a large pipe wrench with L-shaped adjustable jaws that tighten as pressure on the handle is increased
stillson wrench
Pressure on the handle increases the grip
tap wrench
a wrench for turning a tap to create an internal screw thread
throw a monkey wrench into something
cause something to fail
torque wrench
a wrench that has a gauge that indicates the amount of torque being applied
torque wrench
A wrench containing an adjustable mechanism for measuring and controlling the amount of torque or turning force to be exerted - often used in tightening nuts and bolts
torque wrench
A special wrench with a built-in indicator that shows you how much force you're applying to a bolt A torque wrench should always be used when doing any type of major engine work, when tightening fasteners on the brake system or suspension, when tightening wheel lug nuts or when you don't want to risk breaking a bolt
torque wrench
A manual wrench which incorporates a gauge or other method to indicate the amount of torque transferred to the nut or bolt
torque wrench
A special wrench that measures the exact amount of torque being applied to tighten a nut or bolt
torque wrench
a hand or power tool used to turn a nut on a bolt that can be adjusted to deliver a predetermined amount of torque
torque wrench
Device to measure the amount of torque or force applied to a threaded connection
torque wrench
A tool that is used to indicate the amount of force being applied to a fastener
wrenched
Simple past and past participle of to wrench
wrenches
{third-person singular of wrench
wrenches
plural of wrench
wrenching
Present participle of to wrench
wrenching
causing great physical or mental suffering; "a wrenching pain"
wrenchingly
In a wrenching manner
wrench
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