seam

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dikiş yeri
{i} dikiş

Kot pantolonumun dikişleri yırtıldı. - My jeans ripped at the seams.

{i} yara izi
çatlamak
ince tabaka
ek yeri
tabaka
damar
dikmek
kırışıklık
katman
bağlantı yeri
{i} den. armuz
(Tıp) Yara nişanı
jeol
birbirine dikmek
{i} yatak (maden)
ters ilmekle örgü örmek
{i} maden damarı
{f} tırmıklamak
ince maden damarı
derz
iki tahtanın yan yana birleştiği çizgi
{f} faça yapmak
{f} ters ilmikle örmek
{i} armuz
üzerine yara izi veya çizgi yapmak
{i} kırışık
{f} façasını bozmak
{f} dikiş gibi iz bırakmak
ince tabaka (kömür)
(İnşaat,Teknik) kaynak
yatak
seam adhesion
ütülemek
seam allowance
dikiş payı
seam welding
(Mekanik) dikiş kaynağı
seam slippage
Dikiş kayması, dikiş sırıtması (kumaştaki ipliklerin dikiş tarafından çekilmesi ile dikiş kenarlarında oluşur)
seam weld
(ıng) dikiş kaynağı
seam appearance
(Tekstil) dikiş görünüşü
seam edge
(Tekstil) dikiş kenarı
seam end
(Tekstil) dikiş sonu
seam gauge
(Tekstil) dikiş yeri ölçer
seam length
(Tekstil) dikiş uzunluğu
seam margin
(Tekstil) kenar dikişi
seam of silt
silt damarı
seam pocket
(Tekstil) cep dikişi
seam ripper
(Tekstil) dikiş sökme aleti
seam roll
(Tekstil) sırt tahtası
seam taping
(Tekstil) dikişe şerit geçirme
seam thickness
(Tekstil) dikiş kalınlığı
seam together
birbirine dikmek
seam together
tutturmak
seam together
dikmek
seam up
dikmek
seam up
birbirine dikmek
seam width
(Tekstil) dikiş genişliği
seamless
dikişsiz/muntazam
seamless
(Mecâzen) Akıcı
seamless
eksiz kablo kılıf
body seam
(Otomotiv) kaporta dikişi
french seam
(Tekstil) fransız dikişi
seaming
(İnşaat) kaynak
seamless
kusursuz
seamless
kesintisiz
seamless
lehimsiz
seams
(Spor) blok arası
side seam
(Tekstil) yan dikiş
sleeve seam
(Tekstil) kol dikişi
welding seam
kaynak dikişi
clay seam
kil damarı
coal seam
kömür damarı
seamless
kaynaksız
seamlessly
benzemiyor gibi
flat seam
düz damar
mash seam weld
(Mühendislik) ezme dikiş kaynağı
seaming
(Mühendislik) ekleme, dikiş
seamless
dikişsiz
seamless
kusursuz, mükemmel
seamlessly
sorunsuz
seams
dikişler

Kot pantolonumun dikişleri yırtıldı. - My jeans ripped at the seams.

the seam side
dikiş yan
weld seam
kaynak dikişi
allowance (seam)
(Tekstil) paylerans (dikiş)
allowance seam
(Tekstil) paylerans dikiş
assembly seam
(Tekstil) birleştirme dikişi
block seam
(Havacılık) blok dikişi
breast seam
(Tekstil) göğüs dikişi
butt seam
alın eki
butt seam
uç uca ek
circular weld seam
(Bilgisayar) dairesel kaynak dikişi
coal seam
(Jeoloji) kömür seviyesi
cross seam
(Havacılık) çapraz dikiş
curved seam
(Bilgisayar) eğri dikiş
curved seam
(Tekstil) kavisli dikiş yeri
dart seam
(Tekstil) pens dikişi
face seam
(İnşaat) cephe eki
facing seam
(Tekstil) mostra dikişi
facing seam
(Tekstil) pervaz dikişi
fancy seam
(Tekstil) süs dikişi
faulty seam
(Tekstil) hatalı dikiş
flat seam
(Madencilik) tek kenetli ek
grooved seam
(İnşaat) kenetli ek
inclined seam
eğimli (kömür) damarı
inside groove seam
alttan kenetli ek
inside leg seam
(Tekstil) iç paça dikişi
longitudinal seam
(İnşaat) boyuna ek
mock french seam
(Tekstil) taklit fransız dikişi
open seam
(Tekstil) açık dikiş
overlock seam
(Tekstil) overlok dikiş
partition seam
(Tekstil) bölme dikişi
picot seam
(Tekstil) ajurlu dikme
reinforcing seam
(Tekstil) takviye dikiş
riveted seam
perçinli bağlantı
riveted seam
perçinli ek
seamed
ter ilmekle örülmüş
seamer
dikişçi
shoulder seam
(Tekstil) omuz dikişi
standing seam
dik kıvırma ek
straight seam pipe
düz dikişli boru
waist seam
(Tekstil) bel dikişi
weld seam length
(Bilgisayar) kaynak dikiş boyu
welded seam
kaynaklı dikiş
Türkçe - Türkçe
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İngilizce - İngilizce
To mark with a seam
A folded back and stitched piece of fabric; especially, the stitching that joins two or more pieces of fabric
A joint formed by mating two separate sections of materials. Seams can be made or sealed in a varity of ways, including adhesive bonding, hot-air welding, solvent welding, using adhesive tapes, sealant, etc
An old English measure of grain, containing eight bushels
An old English measure of glass, containing twenty-four weys of five pounds, or 120 pounds
The stitched equatorial seam of a cricket ball; the sideways movement of a ball when it bounces on the seam
A suture
To put together with a seam
Of the ball, to move sideways after bouncing on the seam
To crack open along a seam
Of a bowler, to make the ball move thus
A thin stratum, especially of coal or mineral
{v} to join or fix together, mark, scar
{n} a fishing net, sometimes written seine
{n} what joins two pieces together, a fear, measure of 8 bushels, load, tallow, lard, net
A defect referring to an unbonded fold or lap on the surface of the rod, which appears as a crack; usually the result of defects in casting or rolling that have not bonded shut
A finished edge on flat glass or mirrors on which the sharp corners are removed by an abrasive belt to form a semirounded edge
joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit; "he worked in the coal beds"
put together with a seam; "seam a dress
Where two pieces of material are joined together
The quantity of 120 pounds of glass
The line along which two pieces of sheet flooring are joined
To form a seam upon or of; to join by sewing together; to unite
a stitched line that joins two garments parts together
A line, ridge, or groove formed from fitting, joining, or lapping two sections together
To become ridgy; to crack open
n the mid-point between two players
put together with a seam; "seam a dress"
A seam is a line of stitches which joins two pieces of cloth together
a joint formed by mating two separate sections of material Seams may be made or sealed in a variety of ways, including adhesive bonding, hot-air welding, solvent welding, using adhesive tape, sealant, etc
A denomination of weight or measure
a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface; "his face has many lines"; "ironing gets rid of most wrinkles"
Grease; tallow; lard
{f} sew, fasten with stitches; furrow, make grooves; become cracked, develop fissures
A folded back and stitched piece of fabric
To mark with something resembling a seam; to line; to scar
If a place is very full, you can say that it is bursting at the seams. The hotels of Warsaw, Prague and Budapest were bursting at the seams
The quantity of eight bushels of grain
To make the appearance of a seam in, as in knitting a stocking; hence, to knit with a certain stitch, like that in such knitting
The splice line formed by two or more separate pieces of flexible polyurethane foam that have been bonded together
joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit; "he worked in the coal beds" put together with a seam; "seam a dress
point at which the flat steel sheet has been rolled and electrically welded to form a cylinder
joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces
The junction line of metal that has passed through a hollow die, separated and rejoined at the exit point Seams are present in all extruded hollows produced from the extrusion process and in many cases are not visible
The fold or line formed by sewing together two pieces of cloth or leather
A thin layer or stratum; a narrow vein between two thicker strata; as, a seam of coal
a ride on a piece of glass caused by the minute crack between two parts of the mold Same as a mold mark
A stratified deposit, usually of coal
If something is coming apart at the seams or is falling apart at the seams, it is no longer working properly and may soon stop working completely. Britain's university system is in danger of falling apart at the seams
Hence, a line of junction; a joint; a suture, as on a ship, a floor, or other structure; the line of union, or joint, of two boards, planks, metal plates, etc
A seam of coal is a long, narrow layer of it underneath the ground. The average UK coal seam is one metre thick
A line, ridge, or groove formed from fitting, joining, or lapping two components
the mid-point between two players
a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit; "he worked in the coal beds"
line formed by joining two edges, as in: Every seam bulged when he tried on his old army uniform
A ridge on a piece of molded clayware or glassware caused by the minute crack between two parts of the mold Same as the mold mark
{i} stitches used to fasten two pieces of material; line where two pieces are stitched together; crease, wrinkle; crack, furrow, groove; thin layer of rock or mineral (Geology)
The place where two edges of fabric or elastomer are adjacent to each other to form a single ply or layer
A line or depression left by a cut or wound; a scar; a cicatrix
seam allowance
The part of the material or fabric added to the dimensions of a sewing pattern outside the seam

Trim the seam allowances to between 1/4 in. and 1/2 in. Fold one seam allowance in toward the other and pin along the fold.

seam allowances
plural form of seam allowance
Bermuda seam
a metal panel profile featuring a step-down profile that runs perpendicular to the slope of the roof
coal seam
A stratum of coal between strata of other rocks
double lock standing seam
A standing seam that uses a double overlapping interlock between two metal panels
field seam
A splice or seam made in the field (not factory) where overlapping sheets are joined together using an adhesive, splicing tape, or heat or solvent welding
four-seam fastball
A backspin pitch thrown with a ball gripped in the direction to cause four of the seams of the ball to cross the flight path and released with roughly equal pressure by the index and middle fingers

The pitcher had a blazing four-seamer.

four-seam fastballs
plural form of four-seam fastball
standing seam
A type of seam between adjacent sheets of metal roofing material made by turning up the edges of two adjacent panels and then folding or interlocking them in a variety of ways
two-seam fastball
A pitch thrown with a grip in the "horseshoe" orientation of the ball, with the rotation at a slight angle resulting in less Magnus effect as compared to a four-seam fastball since only two of the ball's seams cross the flight path; the pitch is delivered with a similar velocity as a four-seam fastball, but has a degree of sink

His two-seamer has a heavy sink and keeps the infielders busy.

two-seam fastballs
plural form of two-seam fastball
seamless
perfectly consistent and coherent; "the novel's seamless plot"
seamless
{a} having no seam, entire, whole, even
seamer
join by sewing
seamer
to become fissured or ridgy
seamer
join as if by sewing (as by welding, riveting, or heat-sealing)
French seam
A seam stitched first on the right side and then turned in and stitched on the wrong side so that the raw edges are enclosed in the seam
Seamless
arrhaphostic
coal seam
A bed of coal usually thick enough to be mined with profit
coal seam
thin layer of coal
coal seam
a seam of coal
coal seam
A naturally formed layer of coal within the Earth
coal seam
Descriptive term for individual layers of coal found in the geological strata
coal seam
an accumulation of vegetable matter that is buried and compressed into a black to brown rock like material and results in a layer of coal
coal seam
Coal deposits occur in layers Each such layer is called a ''seam ''
felled seam
Vertical seam in a filter bag, typically a nonwoven, which requires an overlap of the material See also French seam
felled seam
fell: seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges
felled seam
A stress-resistant seam formed by joining overlapped, interfolded garment-part edges with two or three parallel rows of stitching
monks seam
An extra middle seam made at the junction of two breadths of canvas, ordinarily joined by only two rows of stitches
seamed
(used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams; "their lined faces were immeasurably sad"; "a seamed face"
seamed
past of seam
seamed
Out of condition; not in good condition; said of a hawk
seamed
having or joined by a seam or seams
seamed
{s} having a seam; joined by a seam; lined, marked with lines; creased with wrinkles
seamer
{i} sewer, one who fastens with stitches; furrower, one who makes grooves
seamer
a faster pitch delivered with the seam straight, and which can "slide" in the air or "break" unexpectedly
seamer
a bowler skilled at making the ball to seam
seamer
Machine for double seaming can ends to the body of the can
seaming
present participle of seam
seaming
The cord or rope at the margin of a seine, to which the meshes of the net are attached
seaming
The act or process of forming a seam or joint
seamless
Having no seams
seamless
Metal tubing used in bicycle frames can be manufactured in two different ways: Seamless tubing begins as a solid round bar, which is heated to a workable temperature, then pierced by a mandrel It goes through a series of rolling operations to bring the diameter and wall thickness to the desired sizes Seamed tubing begins as a strip of flat sheet metal, which is curled into a tubular shape, then the edges are welded together After ths, the seamed tubing may also go through various rolling steps Seamed tubing is cheaper, but weaker than seamless tubing Generally all better quality bicycle frames are made from seamless tubing
seamless
Having no perceptible discontinuities throughout the audio range
seamless
Without a seam
seamless
- feather edged texture mats without joints There are many textures available and in different sized mats
seamless
A hollow product which does not contain any line junctures resulting from method of manufacture
seamless
not having or joined by a seam or seams; "seamless stockings
seamless
You use seamless to describe something that has no breaks or gaps in it or which continues without stopping. It was a seamless procession of wonderful electronic music. + seamlessly seam·less·ly He has moved seamlessly from theory to practice
seamless
Tubing ******
seamless
not having or joined by a seam or seams; "seamless stockings"
seamless
A term used in telecommunications to describe the integration of a number of different networks used to switch a single call This interconnection appears 'seamless' to any subscriber because it is not apparent to them when a call is being switched to another network
seamless
{s} lacking a seam, lacking a line of stitches where two pieces of material are connected
seamless
perfectly consistent and coherent; "the novel's seamless plot" used especially of skin; "his cheeks were unlined"; "his unseamed face" not having or joined by a seam or seams; "seamless stockings
seamless
Without interruption; coherent; as, a seamless transition
seamless
used especially of skin; "his cheeks were unlined"; "his unseamed face"
seamless
Interaction is required to move from hierarchy, and requires ego suppression How to work well with strangers
seamlessly
smoothly, continuously; inconspicuously
seamlessly
in a seamless manner
seams
When sewing two pieces of fabric together, a seam is created For dressmaking and apparel, it is customary to sew 5/8" in from the edge of the fabric (This is the "seam line") For quilters, where seams must lie flat, the customary seam allowance is 1/4"
seams
The line formed by joining two pieces of carpet The pieces can be sewn together, or fastened with various seaming tapes or other adhesives
seams
In a carpet installation, the line formed by joining the edge of two pieces of carpet by the use of various seaming tapes, hand sewing or other techniques
seams
- In a carpet installation, the line formed by joining the edge of two pieces of carpet by the use of various seaming tapes, hand sewing or other techniques
seams
A narrow, non-crystalline discontinuity, which is usually inherent in the raw material Seams are usually straight or smooth-curved line discontinuities running parallel to the product axis
seams
Area where two wallcoverings are joined
seams
plural of , seam
seams
third-person singular of seam
seams
Edges where two wallpaper strips are joined
standing seam
a metal roof system that consists of an overlapping or interlocking seam that occurs at an upturned rib
standing seam
a metal roof system that consists of an overlapping or interlocking seam that occurs at an upturned rib The standing seam may be made by turning up the edges of two adjacent metal panels and overlapping them, then folding or interlocking them in a variety of ways
standing seam
Seam type that consists of an upturned rib, that may also be structural, with a watertight seam It is made by turning up the edges of two adjacent metal panels and then folding them over in one of a variety of ways
standing seam
A type of metal roof system where the longitudinal seams on adjacent panels are turned up, overlapped and folded in various ways in order to prevent moisture entry and interlock the panels
seam