screw

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İngilizce - Türkçe
vidalamak
vida

Bir vidayı gevşetmek için, sola çevirin. - To loosen a screw, turn it to the left.

Tom vidaları küçük bir plastik torbaya koydu. - Tom put the screws in a small plastic bag.

{f} argo düzmek; düzüşmek
{f} vidala

Bu vidaları sökmek istiyorsan bir tornavida kullanmalısın. - If you want to unscrew these screws, you should use a screwdriver.

Somunu vidalamadan önce ona bir pul koyun. - Before you screw on the nut, put a washer on it.

{i} gardiyan
{f} sikişmek
bağlantı civatası
(Argo) cinsel ilişkiye girmek
düzüşmek
düdüklemek
sıkıştırmak (vida)
cıvata
(Argo) aşk yaşamak
(Argo) düzmek
sikiş
sıkışmak
sıkıştırma civatası
pervane
(Argo) kazıklamak
(Argo) mercimeği fırına vermek
(Argo) mala vurmak
burulmak
çevirerek sıkıştırmak
dolandırmak
vida gibi dönmek
(İİ) maaş
zayıf at
sövüşlemek
uskur
kab
pinti
çevirmek
kâğıt rulosu
vergin
yatak arkadaşı
sikmek
ilişkiye girmek
kâğıt külah
yolmak
(İİ) cimri
(out of ile) zorla almak
(İİ) yaşlı
burmak
(Saat) kurma kolu
{i} cimri
{f} dönmek
{i} baskı
{i} zorlama
{f} vıdala
{f} geçirmek
{i} vidanın bir tur dönüşü
{i} gemi pervanesi
tazyik
burma
{f} argo kazıklamak
{i} yaşlı ve zayıf at
işe yaramayan at
{i} tütün paketi
(Argo) seks yapmak
tesbit civatası
(Argo) götürmek
civata
vida sıkmak
(Argo) bok etmek
ayar mili
vidalama
screw up
içine etmek
screw up
altüst etmek
screw up
berbat etmek
screw up
(deyim) screw sth. up (argo) bozmak,berbat etmek. a screw-up bozum
screw up
sikmek
screw shaft
Pervane mili, pervane şaftı
screw-on lid
Döndürülerek kapatılan tip kapak (kavanoz kapağı gibi)
screw up
fiyat yükseltmek
screw up
kısmak
screw up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- vidalamak 2- bozmak , berbat etmek
screw base
(Aydınlatma) vidalı dip
screw cap
(Aydınlatma) vidalı dip
screw die
lokma
screw down
fiyat düşürmek
screw eye
halkalı vida
screw eye
halka uçlu vida
screw hole
vida deliği
screw in
çevirerek sokmak
screw in
vidalama
screw kit
vida kiti
screw mount
(Fotoğrafçılık) vidalı objektif bağlantısı
screw out
vida çıkartmak
screw over
ihanet etmek
screw plug
vidalı tapa
screw pump
dişli pompa
screw ring
halka menteşe
screw shell
denizminaresi
screw tap
(Tıp) taraud
screw tool
vida kalemi
screw up
sıçıp batırmak
screw blade
pervane kanadı
screw bolt
vidalı cıvata
screw conveyor
taşıma bandı
screw conveyor
sarmal taşıyıcı
screw conveyor
helezoni konveyör
screw coupling
vidalı kavrama
screw die
pafta lokması
screw down
vidalamak
screw down
vidayla sıkıştırmak
screw driver
tornavida
screw head
vida başı
screw hook
vidalı kanca
screw in
vidalamak
screw jack
vidalı kriko
screw jack
makinalı kriko
screw micrometer
vidalı mikrometre
screw nut
cıvata somunu
screw on
vidalamak
screw out of
yolmak
screw out of
sövüşlemek
screw out of
zorla almak
screw pile
vidalı kazık
screw pitch
vida hatvesi
screw pitch
diş adımı
screw pitch
vida adımı
screw plate
vida lokması
screw plate
pafta
screw press
vidalı pres
screw press
vidalı cendere
screw propeller
pervane
screw propeller
uskur
screw socket
vida duyu
screw socket
vida yuvası
screw spanner
vida anahtarı
screw tap
vida kılavuzu
screw thread
vida dişi
screw together
vida ile birleştirmek
screw up
sıkıştırıp düzelt
screw up
bok etmek
screw up one's courage
cesaretini toplamak
screw wrench
ingiliz anahtarı
screw around
Boş boş dolaşmak
screw augur
vida alâmet
screw connection
vida bağlantısı
screw cutting
yiv açma
screw cutting
(Mühendislik) vida açma
screw into
vida içine
screw it
(Argo) şıktır et
screw it
Umurumda değil!
screw jack
makinali kriko
screw loose
vida gevşek
screw machine
vida makinesi
screw machine
(Mühendislik) cıvata makinası
screw of
vida
screw off
vakit öldürmek, aylaklık etmek
screw on
Vidalı. "Screw-on lid"
screw on lids
çevirerek açılan kapak
screw out
(mecaz) zorla almak, koparmak
screw out
Zorla almak , koparmak
screw out
Birini kandırarak ya da zorlayarak, ondan birşey elde etmek
screw out
vidalarını çıkarmak
screw out of
vida dışarı
screw pitch
vida hatvesi, vida adımı, dış adımı
screw pitch gauge
vida hatvesi mastarı, vida adımı ölçme mastarı
screw pump
(Teknoloji) vidalı pompa
screw socket
vida yuvası, vida duyu
screw stem
vida kök
screw surface
vida yüzü, helezon yüzü
screw the pooch
(deyim) Bir işin içine etmek, bir işi berbat etmek
screw you
(argo) Canın cehenneme! Şıktır git!
screw-on-lids
vidalı kapak
Screw you
argo Siktir!
screw around
herkesle düşüp kalkmak
screw around
önüne gelenle yatmak
screw around/off
argo vakit öldürmek; aylaklık etmek
screw bolt
{i} vidalı civata
screw bolt
(isim) vidalı civata
screw cap
{i} vida kapağı
screw cap
(isim) vida kapağı
screw down
düşürmek (fiyat)
screw down
vida ile tutturmak
screw down
(Fiili Deyim ) vida ile sıkıştırmak , vidalamak
screw down
(fiil)da ile tutturmak, vidalamak, düşürmek (fiyat)
screw gear
sonsuz vida dişlisi
screw hook
vidalı çengel
screw jack
(Mekanik) makineli kriko
screw jack
{i} mekanik kriko
screw machine
(Nükleer Bilimler) matkap
screw nail
çakma vida
screw nail
vidalı çivi
screw off
vidayı sökmek
screw off
vidayı çıkarmak
screw off
vidayı gevşetmek
screw off
vida sökmek
screw off
vida çıkarmak
screw on
(fiil)dalamak
screw out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- vidalarını çıkarmak 2- zorla almak , koparmak
screw picket
(Askeri) BURGULU KAZIK: Tirbuşona benzer sarmal (spiral) bir ucu bulunan madeni kazık. Bu kazık bir tel engeli için destek veya bir kablo için tespit vasıtası olarak kullanılır
screw pile
vida kazık
screw steamer
{i} pervaneli gemi
screw steamer
{i} uskurlu gemi
screw tap
(fiil)dalanan tapa
screw tap
vidalanan tapa
screw up
artırmak
screw up
yükseltmek (fiyat)
screw up
rezil etmek
screw up
argo bir işin içine etmek, bir işi berbat etmek; (bir işin) içine etmek, (bir işi) berbat etmek
screw up one's courage
cesaretini kırmak
screw wrench
{i} İngiliz anahtarı
screw wrench
{i} civata anahtarı
screw you
siktir
screw#up
sıkıştırıp düzelt
screwed
{s} vidalanmış
buffer screw
tampon vida
hollow screw
içi oyuk vida
screwed
dişli
screwing
(Atasözü) sikiş
screwed
eğri büğrü
screwed
{f} vidala
screwed
sarhoş
screwing
{f} vidala
screwing
{i} vidalama
Screws
vidalar
İngilizce - İngilizce
To connect or assemble pieces using a screw
To forget or not care about
Salary, wages

A certain amount of screw is as necessary for a man as for a billiard-ball.

To have sexual intercourse with
An Archimedes screw
To be angry
A ship's propeller
Backspin
A prison officer
To cheat or treat unfairly. Sometimes seen in the form 'screw (someone) over'. In combining this sense with the usage as a synonym for sexual intercourse, screw follows fuck
To apply pressure on; to put the screws on
To contort

I had been calling Nobs in the meantime and was about to set out in search of him, fearing, to tell the truth, to do so lest I find him mangled and dead among the trees of the acacia grove, when he suddenly emerged from among the boles, his ears flattened, his tail between his legs and his body screwed into a suppliant S. He was unharmed except for minor bruises; but he was the most chastened dog I have ever seen.

A simple machine, a helical inclined plane
A (usually) metal fastener consisting of a shank partially or completely threaded shank, sometimes with a threaded point, and a head used to both hold the top material and to drive the screw either directly into a soft material or into a prepared hole
Sexual intercourse; the act of screwing

have a good screw.

slang terms for sexual intercourse
{v} to turn or fasten with a srew, deform by contortions, extort, squeeze, oppress
a form of wheel for propelling steam vessels
{i} metal fastener with a spiral grooved shaft; act of twisting or rotating; propeller; coercive pressure; sexual intercourse (Slang); miser, scrooge; old worn-out horse; salary, wages (British Slang); prison guard, warden
turn like a screw
An extortioner; a sharp bargainer; a skinflint; a niggard
{f} attach with a screw; turn or twist like a screw; twist, contort; apply pressure, apply force; extort; cheat, swindle; have sexual intercourse, copulate (Slang)
An unsound or worn-out horse, useful as a hack, and commonly of good appearance
To use violent mans in making exactions; to be oppressive or exacting
To cheat or treat unfairly. Sometimes seen in the form screw (someone) over. In combining this sense with the usage as a synonym for sexual intercourse, screw follows fuck
A boat's propeller
An amphipod crustacean; as, the skeleton screw (Caprella)
feelings Some people use screw in expressions such as screw you or screw that to show that they are not concerned about someone or something or that they feel contempt for them
A screw is a metal object similar to a nail, with a raised spiral line around it. You turn a screw using a screwdriver so that it goes through two things, for example two pieces of wood, and fastens them together. Each bracket is fixed to the wall with just three screws
To twist; to distort; as, to screw his visage
A prison guard
A screw lid or fitting is one that has a raised spiral line on the inside or outside of it, so that it can be fixed in place by twisting. an ordinary jam jar with a screw lid
simple machine of the inclined plane type consisting of a spirally grooved solid cylinder and a correspondingly grooved hollow cylinder into which it fits
Screws are inclined planes that are wrapped around a shaft Example: ramp, staircase
It is used to express the displacement of a rigid body, which may always be made to consist of a rotation about an axis combined with a translation parallel to that axis
If you screw something somewhere or if it screws somewhere, you fix it in place by twisting it round and round. Kelly screwed the silencer onto the pistol Screw down the lid fairly tightly several aluminium poles that screw together to give a maximum length of 10 yards
someone who guards prisoners
a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head a propeller with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole tighten or fasten by means of screwing motions; "Screw the bottle cap on"
If you turn or tighten the screw on someone, you increase the pressure which is already on them, for example by using threats, in order to force them to do a particular thing. Parisian taxi drivers are threatening to mount a blockade to turn the screw on the government. In machine construction, a usually circular cylindrical member with a continuous spiral rib or thread, used either as a fastener or as a force and motion modifier. Various types of screws are used to clamp machine parts together. Wood screws are made in a wide variety of diameters and lengths; when using wood screws, small starting holes called pilot holes are often drilled first to avoid splitting the wood. Screws that modify force and motion are known as power screws. The screw is considered one of the five simple machines. See also wedge
Specifically, a kind of nail with a spiral thread and a head with a nick to receive the end of the screw-driver
leftA (usually) metal fastener consisting of a conical, threaded tip, possibly a cylindrical, threaded body, and possibly an unthreaded cylindrical portion between the threaded part the the larger head; it is twisted directly into a solid piece of softer material, or into a pre-drilled hole slightly smaller than the outside diameter of the threads
A steam vesel propelled by a screw instead of wheels; a screw steamer; a propeller
A circular inclined plane
Screws are much used to hold together pieces of wood or to fasten something; called also wood screws, and screw nails
Ship's propellor
An externally threaded fastener which does not require a nut to secure the fastened joint
If you screw something somewhere or if it screws somewhere, you fix it in place by means of a screw or screws. I had screwed the shelf on the wall myself Screw down any loose floorboards I particularly like the type of shelving that screws to the wall
An instructor who examines with great or unnecessary severity; also, a searching or strict examination of a student by an instructor
a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole
To force; to squeeze; to press, as by screws
If someone screws something, especially money, out of you, they get it from you by putting pressure on you. For decades rich nations have been screwing money out of poor nations
If you screw something such as a piece of paper into a ball, you squeeze it or twist it tightly so that it is in the shape of a ball. He screwed the paper into a ball and tossed it into the fire
If someone screws someone else or if two people screw, they have sex together
See also Screw bolt, below
defeat someone in an expectation through trickery or deceit
tighten or fasten by means of screwing motions; "Screw the bottle cap on"
cause to penetrate, as with a circular motion; "drive in screws or bolts"
See Screw propeller, below
To turn one's self uneasily with a twisting motion; as, he screws about in his chair
If someone says that they have been screwed, they mean that someone else has cheated them, especially by getting money from them dishonestly. They haven't given us accurate information. We've been screwed
Hence: To practice extortion upon; to oppress by unreasonable or extortionate exactions
The rotating component of an injection press which delivers the rubber into the mold
In extrusion, the shaft provided with helical ridges which conveys the material from the hopper outlet through the barrel and forces it out through the die
5th Pitch, 10 (b))
Threaded fastener with the thread running up to the head of the fastener; has no plain shank
It is placed at the stern, and furnished with blades having helicoidal surfaces to act against the water in the manner of a screw
A small packet of tobacco
An inclined plane that winds in a spiral around the cylinder It lifts, pushes fastens or cuts
A straight line in space with which a definite linear magnitude termed the pitch is associated cf
See Sand screw, under Sand
screw back
To cue the cue ball in such a way as to impart backspin. On impact, the ball will follow a reverse trajectory according to the spin
screw cap
The cap of a bottle or jar which screws onto the threaded lip of the container
screw caps
plural form of screw cap
screw drive
A slot in the head of a screw, of various shapes, enabling a screwdriver to lock into the screw
screw it
"I don't care enough to continue"; whatever

This mathematical problem is really difficult. Oh, screw it! I can't be bothered.

screw off
To go away at someone's urging; to bugger off
screw off
To urge someone to leave
screw off
To remove the lid of a jar or other container by unscrewing it
screw off
To fail to do one's work; to goof off
screw over
To cheat someone, or treat them unfairly. (syn.: to fuck over)
screw pile
A steel pile having a wide helical blade attached at the foot; it is twisted into soft ground in order to provide a large bearing area
screw shoe
A regular shoe with screws (1/4 to 3/8 inch) screwed into the bottom of a shoes to give it grip while running on ice and snow
screw shoes
plural form of screw shoe
screw that
Used to express unwillingness or dislike

She told me I have to go all the way back home — screw that!.

screw the pooch
to screw up; to fail in dramatic and ignominious fashion
screw this
"I don't care enough to continue"; "This is too stressful for me"; whatever
screw thread
The portion of a screw composed of a helical or tapered structure used to convert between rotational and linear movement or force, presented as a curved line of solid material that wraps around the screw from the point to the base
screw threads
plural form of screw thread
screw top
Alternative name of screw cap
screw tops
plural form of screw top
screw up
To make a mess of; to ruin
screw up
To raise (rent, fees, etc.) to extortionate levels
screw up
To twist into a contorted state

The baby screwed up his face and began to bawl.

screw up
To blunder; to make a mistake
screw up
To tighten or secure with screws
screw you
A slightly less offensive version of "fuck you"

Expression of contempt. For instance, You think you can come to my house dressed like a slob? Well, screw you.

screw-off
Someone who often fails to do his or her work; someone known to goof off
screw-off
The ability to be removed by unscrewing (screwing off)
screw-top
A top that can be opened and closed by screwing
screw-up
Alternative spelling of screwup
screw anchor
A screw anchor is a fastener that can attach one object to another in situations where screws, nails, adhesives, or other simple fasteners are either impractical or ineffective. Different types have different levels of strength and can be used on different types of surfaces
screw it
I do not care what happens or what someone does. Usage notes: usually used when the speaker is annoyed

She didn't want to see the movie, but I thought, screw it, I'm going anyway.

screw the pooch
(deyim) Screw up; fail in dramatic and ignominious fashion
screw a person's arm
twist someone's arm, persuade someone by using force
screw augur
an orchid of the genus Spiranthes having tall erect densely flowered spiraling clusters of creamy white vanilla-scented flowers; widely distributed especially in low damp places of eastern and central North America
screw bean
shrub or small tree of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico having spirally twisted pods spirally twisted sweet pod of screwbean mesquite that is used for fodder or ground into meal for feed
screw bolt
{i} bolt that has a screw thread on the shank
screw cap
{i} cap that screws on the threaded mouth of a jar or bottle
screw cap
A cap that screws onto the threaded mouth of a container such as a bottle or jar
screw eye
screw that has a ring-shaped head
screw eye
a woodscrew having its shank bent into a ring
screw eye
A wood screw with an eyelet in place of a head
screw into
twist a screw into, twist into
screw jack
screw-operated jack
screw jack
{i} jackscrew, machine that raises heavy objects
screw key
a wrench for turning a screw
screw money out of people
extort money from others
screw nut
ring used to tighten and close a screw, ring through which a screw is placed
screw off
loosen a screw, remove a screw
screw out
release a screw, remove a screw
screw over
(Slang) take advantage of someone over and over again, exploit repetitively
screw plate
{i} tool for cutting threads on tiny screws
screw propeller
{i} revolving shaft on an airplane or ship that pushes air or water backward to provide forward thrust
screw propeller
a propeller with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air
screw propeller
A propeller
screw steamer
{i} steamship purshed forward by a screw
screw thread
{i} outer spiral ridge that forms a screw
screw thread
the raised helical rib going around a screw
screw top
a top for a bottle or other container that you fasten on by turning it
screw top
cap or lid that screws onto a jar or bottle; jar or bottle with such a top
screw tree
a tree or shrub of the genus Helicteres
screw up
make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
screw up
screw or turn higher
screw up
make more intense; "Emotions were screwed up"
screw up
To screw something up, or to screw up, means to cause something to fail or be spoiled. You can't open the window because it screws up the air conditioning Get out. Haven't you screwed things up enough already! Somebody had screwed up; they weren't there
screw up
twist into a strained configuration; "screw up one's face"
screw up
If you screw up your eyes or your face, you tighten your eye or face muscles, for example because you are in pain or because the light is too bright. She had screwed up her eyes, as if she found the sunshine too bright Close your eyes and screw them up tight His face screwed up in agony
screw up
tighten a screw; make a major mistake; confuse, disrupt
screw up
If you screw up a piece of paper, you squeeze it tightly so that it becomes very creased and no longer flat, usually when you are throwing it away. He would start writing to his family and would screw the letter up in frustration He screwed up his first three efforts after only a line or two
screw up one's courage
dare, be very brave
screw up the curve
mess up the curve, cause distortion or problems in the curve
screw valve
{i} stop valve opened or closed by a screw
screw water out of a sponge
wring out a sponge, remove excess water from a sponge
screw wrench
{i} wrench for turning screws; adjustable wrench having one jaw that can be adjusted by turning a screw
screw wrench
adjustable wrench that has one jaw that can be adjusted by turning a screw
screw-cutter
device for shaping the outer part of a screw, device that carves the ridges in a screw
screw-loose
not behaving normally
screw-tap
tool that bored the ridges on the interior of a screw
screw-top
A screw-top bottle or jar has a lid that is secured by being twisted on
screw-topped
having a lid with a spiral groove
Allen screw
A screw whose head has a hexagonal socket
Archimedes screw
A screwlike device invented by Greek mathematician Archimedes, ca. 200 BCE, which when twisted inside a cylinder, raises water from a lower level to a higher level, allowing irrigation of fields
Phillips screw
A screw with a Phillips head
Robertson screw
A type of screw having a square recess in the head
cap screw
A screw that is threaded along the entire length of the shaft and has a cap which is intended to rest against the side of the outermost material being screwed together when the screw has been screwed in to its maximum extent
capstan screw
A type of screw commonly used to regulate the height of the action in a piano. The capstan screw is designed to be turned from the side, not the head, unlike an ordinary screw. A lever enters a hole in the side of the screw to turn it
capstan screw
Mainly on sailboats, the mechanism for winding ropes under a lot of tension; a capstan
have a screw loose
To be insane or irrational

I think old Mr. Jacobs has a screw loose; he keeps trying to feed his cats bird seed.

hex head screw
A screw with a hexagonal head
machine screw
A screw designed for metal or a similar material, usually with no point and a relatively fine thread, intended for prepared, threaded holes
screwed
Simple past tense and past participle of screw

merchants are in no part of the world so screwed as in England. In Turkey, they have more encouragement.

screwlike
Resembling a screw (mechanical fastener) or some aspect of one
self-drilling screw
A fastener that taps and drills its own hole during application
self-tapping screw
A screw, with a hardened thread, that forms its own internal thread when driven into a relatively soft material (such as sheet metal)
set screw
Any screw used to hold or adjust a setting. Frequently a setscrew (1), but may also refer to any other machine screw or thumb screw used for the purpose of setting
set screw
A screw with threads the entire length and no head. Typically, setscrews have a hex or slot drive recessed in the threaded length
stage screw
A forged, or sometimes cast low thread count cut thread screw with a handle made up of three holes used to hold scenery in place in theater's prior to the 1990's
wood screw
A screw designed for a wood or a similar material, with a point, a relatively coarse thread, a thick shank, and, usually, an unthreaded portion of the shank at the head end
screwed
beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger
screwed
{s} attached with a screw; drunk, intoxicated (British Slang); contorted, twisted; cheated, deceived, gypped (Slang)
screwed
past of screw
screwed
intoxicated
screwer
One who, or that which, screws
screwer
Somebody or something that screws
screwing
from Screw, v
screwing
slang terms for sexual intercourse
screwing
present participle of screw
screwing
{i} act of fastening with screws; act of twisting; fornication, sexual intercourse (Slang)
screws
Rheumatism
screws
Fabric attachment that uses screws for fastening The cover is stretched tightly over the frame and attached using self-tapping hexagonal screws
screws
third-person singular of screw
screws
Screws have different functions and are coated and tempered differently dependant on there use The configuration of a screw head varies, the most common being the flat head and the Philips head screw
screws
plural of , screw
screw