scramble

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} karıştırmak
{i} mücâdele
{i} çabalama
{i} güçlükle ilerleme
motorkros yarışı
radyo sinyalini değiştirmek
karışıklık
{i} tırmanış
hercümerç
bozmak
sürünerek tırmanma
tırmanmak
(Askeri) karışık şifrelemek
koşuşma
tırmanma
kapışma
çekişmek
çabucak tırmanmak ya da ilerlemek
itişip kakışma
çekişme
itişip kakışmak
dalaşmak
sırasını bozmak
ilerleme
yumurtanın akıyla sarısını karıştırarak pişirmek
dalaşma
kapışmak
karıştır
{i} motokros yarışı
karıştır,v.tırman: n.tırmanma
{f} çırpmak [yum.]
{f} sürünerek ilerlemek
{f} yağda pişirmek
düşman uçaklannın yolunu kesmek için acele havalanmak
{f} ask. (düşman uçaklarının yolunu kesmek için) acele havalanmak
{i} acele havalanma
tırmanarak gitme
kapma
{f} radyo
{f} up -e tırmanmak
(Askeri) KALKIŞ: Uçağın en kısa sürede kalkışını emreden direktif (genelde yön ve irtifa talimatları takip eder). Bu anlamda bak. "aircraft scrambling"
{f} mücâdele vermek
konuşmayı gizli tutmak için sinyali değiştirmek
{f} for için kapışmak
kapış
{f} çabalamak
{f} güçlükle ilerlemek
çırpmak (yumurta)
acele havalanmak
mücadele vermek
çırpmak
scramble a signal
bir sinyali çırpma
scramble for
için kapışmak
scramble for something
kapışmak
scramble up
tırmanmak
scramble a signal
(to) bir sinyali cirpma
scramble for
kapışmak
scramble for a living
hayat mücadelesi vermek
scramble for a living
yaşam savaşı vermek
scramble together
karıştırmak
scramble up
karıştırmak
scrambled
çırpılmış

Biraz çırpılmış yumurta ister misiniz? - Would you like some scrambled egg?

Yumurtalarımı çırpılmış severim. - I like my eggs scrambled.

scrambling
şifreleme
scrambling
Çırpma, çalkalama
emergency scramble
(Askeri) ALARM UÇUŞU, ALARM ÇIKIŞI: Hava önleme görevlerinde, "Belirtilen uçak gemileri, ellerinde bulunan tüm avcı uçaklarının muharebe hava devriyesi olarak hemen kaldırsınlar" anlamına gelen kod. Eğer elde bulunanların hepsi gerekmiyorsa, bu kadar numaralar ve/veya uçak türleri de eklenebilir
emergency scramble
(Askeri) acil alarm kalkışı
scrambler
telefonun dinlenmesini önleyen cihaz
scrambler
(isim) telefonun dinlenmesini önleyen cihaz
scrambler
karıştırıcı
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any frantic period of activity
A rush or hurry
A motocross race
An emergency defensive air force mission to intercept attacking enemy aircraft
To ascend rocky terrain as a leisure activity
To partake in motocross
To quickly enter vehicles, usually aircraft, and proceed to a destination in response to an alert, usually to intercept an attacking enemy
To proceed to a location or an objective in a disorderly manner
shouted when something desirable is thrown into a group of people who individually want that item
To mix food ingredients in a mix to be cooked into a loose mass
To move hurriedly to a location using all limbs against a surface

When I saw the coffin I knew that I was respited, for, as I judged, there was space between it and the wall behind enough to contain my little carcass; and in a second I had put out the candle, scrambled up the shelves, half-stunned my senses with dashing my head against the roof, and squeezed my body betwixt wall and coffin.

To process telecommunication signals to make them unintelligible to an unauthorized listener
{n} an eager contest to get any thing
Team competition in which all players play from the site of their team's best drive, best second shot, and so on
To struggle eagerly with others for something thrown upon the ground; to go down upon all fours to seize something; to catch rudely at what is desired
If you scramble to a different place or position, you move there in a hurried, awkward way. Ann threw back the covers and scrambled out of bed
rushing about hastily in an undignified way
bring into random order
1 a tournament format in which all players in a group (foursome or otherwise) hit a shot from the tee, and each subsequent location, always playing from the position of the best or preferred ball until the ball is holed 2 (also "recover") to extricate oneself from trouble after an errant shot Example: 1 The scramble is a good tournament format for beginners, as even a blind squirrel finds an acorn occasionally 2 She really had to scramble/recover to save her par after playing into the woods off the tee
Several players from both sides close together battling for possession of the puck
When a quarterback runs behind the line of scrimmage lose tacklers
If a number of people scramble for something, they compete energetically with each other for it. More than three million fans are expected to scramble for tickets Business is booming and foreigners are scrambling to invest. Scramble is also a noun. a scramble to get a seat on the early morning flight
To prepare (eggs) as a dish for the table, by stirring the yolks and whites together while cooking
make unintelligible; "scramble the message so that nobody can understand it"
an unceremonious and disorganized struggle
To clamber with hands and knees; to scrabble; as, to scramble up a cliff; to scramble over the rocks
bring into random order to move hurriedly; "The friend scrambled after them
an unceremonious and disorganized struggle make unintelligible; "scramble the message so that nobody can understand it"
1 a tournament format in which all players in a group (foursome or otherwise) hit a shot from the tee, then choose the best shot and each hit from that spot until the ball is holed 2 (aka: "recover") to extricate oneself from trouble after an errant shot Example: 1 "The scramble is a good tournament format for beginners " 2 "She really had to scramble to save her par after playing into the woods off the tee "
{i} climb over rough terrain, clamber; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding
A battle among several players for possession of the puck
to move hurriedly; "The friend scrambled after them"
From Parallel Lines with the Ends Back-to-Back, or other applicable formations Ends Bend and Turn Thru as Centers Face In and Cross Trail Thru Parallel Lines end in Back-to-Back Lines This is a 2-part call
EMS: Used by some counties to indicate that all crewmembers are eligible to respond to a call because no particular group is "on call "
stir vigorously; "beat the egg whites"; "beat the cream"
Climbing a slope steep enough to require the use of all four limbs, but not of sufficient difficulty to count as rock climbing
{f} mix while cooking (usually about eggs); jumble, mix together confusedly; clamber, climb on all fours; struggle; bustle, hasten; collect in a disorderly fashion
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an unceremonious and disorganized struggle make unintelligible; "scramble the message so that nobody can understand it" bring into random order to move hurriedly; "The friend scrambled after them
The act of jostling and pushing for something desired; eager and unceremonious struggle for what is thrown or held out; as, a scramble for office
If you scramble over rocks or up a hill, you move quickly over them or up it using your hands to help you. Tourists were scrambling over the rocks looking for the perfect camera angle = clamber
If you scramble eggs, you break them, mix them together and then heat and stir the mixture in a pan. Make the toast and scramble the eggs. + scrambled scram·bled scrambled eggs and bacon
To collect by scrambling; as, to scramble up wealth
climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
Team competition where players play from the position of the best ball of a team member after every stroke or drive
If a device scrambles a radio or telephone message, it interferes with the sound so that the message can only be understood by someone with special equipment. The latest machines scramble the messages so that the conversation cannot easily be intercepted
The act of scrambling, climbing on all fours, or clambering
To take off in a hurry An Air Force term
The effort of a quarterback who runs around behind the line of scrimmage in an effort to elude would-be tacklers
scramble competition
A type of competition where the resource is inadequate to fit the needs of all, resulting in each competitor obtaining an equally partitioned amount and thus, never the amount it needs
scramble net
A net used for people to climb off a ship in an emergency
scramble for promotion
make an effort to receive a promotion
hare scramble
A motorcycle or quad race though wooded or natural terrain
pedestrian scramble
A state or period of time in which an intersection is forbidden to vehicles, allowing pedestrians to cross in all directions
scrambled
Mixed, disordered, shuffled
scrambled
Simple past tense and past participle of scramble
scrambled
Being a scrambled egg

He always ate his eggs fried, never scrambled.

scrambler
Agent noun of scramble; someone or something that scrambles
scrambled
{s} mixed, blended; jumbled, combined in a disorderly fashion
scrambler
{n} one who scrambles for any thing
scrambling
(Spor) The leisure activity of scrambling over rough or steep ground. ▶Brit. the sport of racing motorcycles over rough and hilly ground
scrambled
past of scramble
scrambled
thrown together in a disorderly fashion; "a scrambled plan of action
scrambled
thrown together in a disorderly fashion; "a scrambled plan of action"
scrambler
A greedy and unceremonious contestant
scrambler
{i} device which mixes communications signals so that only a person with the proper receiver can decipher them; person or thing that scrambles
scrambler
A device that makes messages intentionally, but reversibly, unintelligible for reasons of privacy or security
scrambler
A scrambler is an electronic device which alters the sound of a radio or telephone message so that it can only be understood by someone who has special equipment. a machine that mixes up a radio or telephone message so that it cannot be understood without special equipment
scrambler
electronic equipment that makes speech unintelligible during transmission and restores it at reception a rapid mover; someone who scrambles; "their quarterback was a good scrambler"; "scramblers can often unnerve a better tennis player
scrambler
One who scrambles; one who climbs on all fours
scrambler
A motorcycle used for motocross
scrambler
One who scrambles
scrambler
A device for mixing up something
scrambles
plural of scramble
scrambles
third-person singular of scramble
scrambling
The process of making a signal unintelligible at the transmission point in order that it can only be received if an appropriate descrambling system is in place at the point of reception
scrambling
To transpose or invert digital data according to a prearranged scheme in order to break up the low-frequency patterns associated with serial digital signals
scrambling
(TV usage) Altering a TV signal transmission so it cannot be received without an operating decoder See also: Addressability, Clear Feed, Encrypted, Encoded)
scrambling
present participle of scramble
scrambling
The form of growth of certain plants (e g purple ramping-fumitory) that have long weak shoots and grow over other plants using them for support
scrambling
This is the easiest form of mountaineering and lies somewhere between hiking and technical climbing The goal is to get to a summit, but no technical gear (perhaps an ice axe in a few cases) is required and any climbing is at a low enough difficulty level that a rope is not required by even modestly experienced climbers
scrambling
= Encrypting the satellite signal
scrambling
Confused and irregular; awkward; scambling
scrambling
The deliberate distortion of transmitted signals to make them unintelligible Scrambled signals are descrambled by a device at the destination
scrambling
A process that renders a signal unintelligible and/or randomises its content It is used either to protect the content of the signal from unauthorised access, or for Energy Dispersal purposes
scrambling
The rearrangement or transposition of data to enhance security of stored data or the effectiveness of error control schemes
scrambling
evasive movements by a quarterback to avoid being sacked
scramble