scouting

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İngilizce - Türkçe
keşfederek
keşfetme
{f} keşfet
izcilik
{i} keşfe çıkma
(isim) keşfe çıkma
scout
izci

Sen bir erkek izci olamazsın ama bir Kız izci olabilirsin. - You can't be a Boy Scout, but you could be a Girl Scout.

Mary bir kız izci olarak birçok başarı madalyası kazandı. - Mary earned many badges as a girl scout.

scouting trip
keşif gezisi
scouting course
(Askeri) KEŞİF ROTASI: Bir keşif uçağının, bir sahayı araştırırken takip ettiği yol
scouting course
(Askeri) keşif rotası
scouting distance
(Askeri) KEŞİF ARALIĞI: Keşif hattı üzerinde yan yana bulunan uçakları birbirinden ayıran ve mille hesaplanan aralık
scouting distance
(Askeri) keşif aralığı
scouting front
(Askeri) KEŞİF CEPHESİ: Bir keşif hattının çevrelediği sahanın genişliği. Bir keşif cephesi, keşif hattının bir ucunda bulunan gözcünün görebildiği en uzak nokta ile, keşif hattının öbür ucundaki gözcünün görebildiği en uzak nokta arasında bulunan sahasıdır
scouting front
(Askeri) keşif cephesi
scouting interval
(Askeri) KEŞİF DEVRİYE ARALIĞI: Aynı hat üzerinde devriye uçuşu yapan iki keşif uçağı arasındaki mesafe. Bu terim, yalnız belirli araştırma usullerinde kullanılır
scouting interval
(Askeri) keşif devriye aralığı
scouting line
(Askeri) keşif hattı
scouting line
(Askeri) KEŞİF HATTI: Keşif uçaklarının, belirli bir plana göre yapacakları keşif hareketlerine elverişli bir düzende, havada tertiplendikleri hayali hat
scouting party
keşif kolu
scouts and scouting
izciler ve izcilik
scout
keşfe çıkmak
scout
(Sinema) yıldız avcısı
scout
nöbetçi
scout
öncü
scout
keşif uçağı
scout
casus (asker)
scout
casus asker
scout
hademe
scout
{f} keşfet
scout
keşif

Kaptan bir keşif gemisi göndermeye karar verdi. - The captain decided to send out a scout.

scout
keşif için dolaşmak
scout
keşif uçağı ya da gemisi
scout
oyunları izleyerek yetenekli yıldız adayaları arayan kimse
scout
ufak tiyatroları
scout
gözcü
scout
arayışına çıkmak
scout
aramak
scout
{i} keşif gemisi

Kaptan bir keşif gemisi göndermeye karar verdi. - The captain decided to send out a scout.

scout
keşif eri
scout
yetenekleri keşfeden kimse
scout
öncü birlik
scout
skavut
scout
tepmek
scout
{i} casus (asker/gemi/uçak)
scout
yetenek avcısı
scout
scout plane keşif uçağı
scout
{f} keşif yapmak
scout
kriket açık saha oyuncusu
scout
{f} keşfetmek
scout
izci çocuk
scout
(isim) izci, öncü birlik, keşif eri, keşif gemisi, hademe (üniv.), yetenek avcısı, yetenekleri keşfeden kimse
scout
gözcülük
scout
(Askeri) KEŞİF ERİ: Arazide bilgi toplayan şahıs, düşman hakkında bilgi toplamak üzere bir mıntıka keşfeden ve bu maksatla eğitim görmüş gözetleyici
scout
{i} hademe (üniv.)
scout
scout around arayıp taramak
scout
dolaşıp keşfetmek
scout
boy scout erkek izci
scout
oyunları izleyerek yetenekli yıld
scout
casus keşif
scout
{f} reddetmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The activities of boy scouts and girl scouts
The act of one who scouts
The Scout Movement
exploring in order to gain information; "scouting in enemy territory is very dangerous"
Identifying people you would like to meet; on your own, or with the assistance of your support system
Walking ahead on shore to inspect a rapid or other stretch of river
{i} act of reconnoitering; act of gathering information; activities of the Boy or Girl Scouts
exploring in order to gain information; "scouting in enemy territory is very dangerous
Scouting is exploring the map for other player's bases
Reconnaissance of a fire and its surroundings to obtain information necessary for fire suppression planning
the activities that Scouts take part in. Activities of various national and worldwide organizations for youth aimed at developing character, citizenship, and individual skills. Scouting began when Robert S. Baden-Powell published Scouting for Boys (1908), in which he described the games and contests he used to train cavalry troops in scouting, envisioning small groups of boys who would learn tracking, reconnaissance, mapping, and other outdoor skills under a peer leader. The Boy Scouts, as established by Baden-Powell, was for boys 11-15 years old. The concept became so popular that separate organizations for girls (Girl Guides, or Girl Scouts, 1910) and for younger boys (Wolf Cubs, or Cub Scouts, 1916) and older boys (Explorers) were also formed
scouting trip
an expedition undertaken to gain information
scout
A person sent out to gain and bring in tidings; especially, one employed in war to gain information about the enemy and ground
scout
A term used until 1920's of a fighter aircraft
scout
A member of any number of youth organizations belonging to the international scout movement, such as the Boy Scouts of America or Girl Scouts of the United States
scout
A swift sailing boat
scout
To explore a wide terrain, as on a search
scout
A person who assesses and/or recruits others; especially, one who identifies promising talent on behalf of a sports team
scout
A college student's or undergraduate's servant; -- so called in Oxford, England; at Cambridge called a gyp; and at Dublin, a skip
scout
The act of scouting or reconnoitering
scout
A projecting rock
scout
{n} one who observes an enemy's actions
scout
{v} to reconnoiter privately, to sneer at
Boy Scouting principles
moral and behavioral code of the Boy Scouts (organization for boys which emphasizes outdoor life and service to others)
Scout
A Scout is a member of the Scouts. a party of seven Scouts and three leaders on a camping trip
Scout
If you scout somewhere for something, you go through that area searching for it. I wouldn't have time to scout the area for junk A team of four was sent to scout for a nuclear test site I have people scouting the hills already. = search. To treat another with derision; scoff
Scout
Boy Scouts
Scout
The Scouts is an organization for children and young people which teaches them to be practical, sensible, and helpful
Scout
A scout is someone who is sent to an area of countryside to find out the position of an enemy army. They sent two men out in front as scouts
scout
explore, often with the goal of finding something or somebody
scout
someone who can find paths through unexplored territory
scout
A person sent out to gain and bring in tidings; especially, one employed in war to gain information of the movements and condition of an enemy
scout
To reject with contempt, as something absurd; to treat with ridicule; to flout; as, to scout an idea or an apology
scout
A college students or undergraduates servant; -- so called in Oxford, England; at Cambridge called a gyp; and at Dublin, a skip
scout
someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)
scout
To pass over or through, as a scout; to reconnoiter; as, to scout a country
scout
Scout provides a remote shell execution environment in which Unix commands are executed in SIMD parallel way or SCore-D runs
scout
Person who cleans college rooms Used to be more like a servant in the `good old days' Tip recommended for good service (cf , `bedder' in Cambridge)
scout
a person employed to watch for something to happen
scout
v to search or explore n a good person or member of the Boy or Girl Scouts
scout
{i} soldier or vehicle used in reconnoitering; instance or gathering information; member of the Boy or Girl Scouts; one who discovers new talent; servant for a student at Oxford University
scout
A term used until 1920s of a fighter aircraft
scout
To examine a rapid from shore
scout
A college student's or undergraduate's servant; so called in Oxford, England; at Cambridge called a gyp; and at Dublin, a skip
scout
a person employed in an overseas territory to identify possible acquisitions of new titles
scout
To go on the business of scouting, or watching the motions of an enemy; to act as a scout
scout
A boy scout (which see, above)
scout
someone who can find paths through unexplored territory someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports) explore, often with the goal of finding something or somebody
scout
{f} reconnoiter, gather information; serve on a reconnaissance patrol; search; examine, inspect; reject with scorn
scout
A fielder in a game for practice
scout
To observe, watch, or look for, as a scout; to follow for the purpose of observation, as a scout
scouting

    Heceleme

    Scout·ing

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    skautîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈskoutəɴɢ/ /ˈskaʊtɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'skaut ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French escouter to listen, from Latin auscultare; more at AUSCULTATION.

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