sheet

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İngilizce - Türkçe
levha

Çatı metal levha ile kaplıdır. - The roof is covered with sheet metal.

Bu levhada ne yazılıdır? - What's written on this sheet?

çarşaf

İki çarşaf yataktaydı. - Two sheets were on the bed.

Bir çarşaf kadar beyazsın. - You are as white as a sheet.

{i} yaprak

Bana bir kâğıt yaprak verdi. - She handed me a sheet of paper.

Lütfen bana bir yaprak kağıt verin. - Please give me a sheet of paper.

(Bilgisayar) çalışma sayfası
çizim
bürgü
(Askeri) ıskota
(Askeri) ıskota halatı
tabaka (buz için)
kağıt yaprağı

Tom Mary'ye resmi görünümlü kağıt yaprağı verdi. - Tom handed Mary an official-looking sheet of paper.

Yapıştırıcı ile iki kağıt yaprağını birbirine yapıştırdım. - I stuck two sheets of paper together with paste.

yaprak (kağıt/yufka için)
kağıt

Lütfen bana bir kağıt getir. - Bring me a sheet of paper, please.

Bana bir kağıt verin. - Give me a sheet of paper.

saç
(Bilgisayar) sayfası
kâğıt yaprağı

Yapıştırıcı ile iki kağıt yaprağını birbirine yapıştırdım. - I stuck two sheets of paper together with paste.

Tom Mary'ye resmi görünümlü kağıt yaprağı verdi. - Tom handed Mary an official-looking sheet of paper.

tabaka

Denizaltı yüzeye doğru ince bir buz tabakasını yarıp geçmek zorunda kaldı. - The submarine had to break through a thin sheet of ice to surface.

yatak çarşafı
gazete

Polis, cesedi gazeteyle örttü. - The police covered the body with a sheet.

(Muzik) Nota kağıdı

Nota kağıdı okuyabilir misin? - Can you read sheet music?

Nota kağıdını okuyamam. - I can't read sheet music.

{i} katman
büyük kurtuluş ümi
yelkenin iskotasını çekmek veya takmak
sandalın iki ucundaki boş kısımlar
{i} (buz için) tabaka: The lake was covered with a sheet of ice. Göl bir buz
{f} iskotasını çekmek
{i} (kâğıt/yufka için) yaprak
{i} iskota halatı
sheet anchor ocaklık demiri
{f} kaplamak
{f} örtmek
{f} çarşaf örtmek
{i} saç tabakası
{f} sarmak
(Askeri) PAFTA: Ya başlı başına çizilip basılmış veya bir serinin bir parçası durumundaki münferit kara, deniz veya hava haritası
sayfa

Ayrı ayrı sayfalara, en iyi arkadaşınızı anlatın; yaşı, nerede yaşadığı, işi gibi... - On a separate sheet of paper, describe your best friend: age, where he or she lives, his or her job, etc.

Bu sayfayı boş bırak. - Leave this sheet blank.

(Askeri) yelken ıskotası
plaka
(Bilgisayar) tablo
cetvel
(Askeri) harita paftası
disk
tabaka (kağıt)
(Kanun) bordro
maden levhası
lisa
iskota
sheet metal
sac
sheet protector
Şeffaf dosya
sheet metal
metal levha

Çatı metal levha ile kaplıdır. - The roof is covered with sheet metal.

sheet apex
kabuk mahyası
sheet balsa
balsa levha
sheet bar
lama
sheet flow
(Askeri) sığ akış
sheet flow
sığ akım
sheet flow
(Askeri) tabaka akımı
sheet ice
buz tabakası
sheet in
(Bilgisayar) içindeki sayfa
sheet lines
(Askeri) pafta taksimat hatları
sheet list
(Bilgisayar) sayfa listesi
sheet metal
saç levha
sheet mirror
düz ayna
sheet music
(Muzik) ciltlenmemiş notalar
sheet name
(Bilgisayar) sayfa adı
sheet of ice
buz tabakası
sheet paper
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) tabaka kağıt
sheet roll
kağıt rulo
sheet tabs
(Bilgisayar) sayfa sekmeleri
sheet tent
(Askeri) çadır parçası
sheet tent
(Askeri) çadır yaprağı
sheet type
(Bilgisayar) sayfa türü
sheet anchor
ocaklık demiri
sheet anchor
büyük kurtuluş ümidi
sheet brass
pirinç levha
sheet copper
bakır sac
sheet copper
bakır levha
sheet erosion
yüzey erozyonu
sheet erosion
yüzeysel erezyon
sheet feed
sayfa besleme
sheet iron
demir sac
sheet iron
demir levha
sheet lead
levha kurşun
sheet lead
kurşun levha
sheet of
tabakası
sheet of glass
tabaka cam
sheet tin
teneke levha
sheet asphalt
tabaka asfalt
sheet brass
pirinç levha, pirinç saç
sheet glass
cam levha
sheet lead
kurşun levha, levha kurşun
sheet lightning
yaprak yıldırım
sheet metal folder
saç klasör
sheet metal screw
(Mühendislik) saç vidası
sheet metal screw
saç vidasi
sheet metal shears
(Mühendislik) teneke makası
sheet mica
yaprak mika
sheet mill
saç haddesi
sheet of paper
tabaka kağıt
sheet pan
saç tava
sheet pile
palplans
sheet piling
yaprak kazık
sheet protector
poşet dosya
sheet rope
yaprak ip
sheet steel
çelik saç
sheet zinc
çinko levha
sheet-lightning
sheet-şimşek
sheet anchor
kurtuluş ümidi
sheet anchor
en çok güvenilen kimse
sheet copper
bakır saç
sheet explosive
(Askeri) PAFTA PATLAYICI: Pafta şeklindeki plastik patlayıcı
sheet feeder
ka¤it besleyici
sheet flow
hazır yassı kazık
sheet flow
yaygı akması
sheet flow
palplanş
sheet flow
laminalı akma
sheet glass
(Denizbilim) düz cam
sheet glass
tabaka cam
sheet iron
saç
sheet iron
demir saç
sheet metal
saç
sheet plans
(Askeri) PARPLANS
work sheet
çalışma kâğıdı
payments balance-sheet
Ödemeler dengesi bilançosu
polyethelene sheet
(Araçlar) Polietilen muşamba
balance sheet
bilanço
sheet pile
palplanş
work sheet
müsvedde
balance sheet
bilonço
coding sheet
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kodlama kağıdı
contact sheet
(Bilgisayar) kişi sayfası
contact sheet
(Bilgisayar) bağlantı sayfası
copper sheet
bakır levha
coupon sheet
(Kanun) talon
data sheet
veri sayfası
decision sheet
(Askeri) karar kağıdı
delete sheet
(Bilgisayar) sayfayı sil
detailed balance sheet
(Ticaret) ayrıntılı bilanço
dust sheet
mobilya örtüsü
entire sheet
(Bilgisayar) tüm sayfa
entire sheet
(Bilgisayar) tüm sayfanın
flow sheet
(Gıda) akış şeması
goof sheet
otokö
goof sheet
(Teknik,Televizyon) akıl defteri
ice sheet
(Meteoroloji) buz tabakası
inspection sheet
kontrol listesi
inventory sheet
(Ticaret) envanter listesi
liquidation balance sheet
(Ticaret) tasfiye bilançosu
move sheet
(Bilgisayar) sayfayı taşı
payroll sheet
(Ticaret) maaş bordrosu
pile sheet
(Askeri) palplanş
pile sheet
(Askeri) yassı kazık
property sheet
(Bilgisayar) özellik sayfası
property sheet
(Bilgisayar) özellik tablosu
protect sheet
(Bilgisayar) sayfayı koru
protect sheet
(Bilgisayar) tabloyu koru
rigid flat sheet
(İnşaat) düz rijid levha
rubber sheet
lastik levha
sales sheet
(Ticaret) satış belgesi
sheet iron
levha
sheet iron
lama demiri
sheet metal
levha sac
sheet pile
(İnşaat) levha kazığı
sheeting
kaplama
sheets
(Bilgisayar) sayfalar

Sayfalar terle doldu. - The sheets were soaked with sweat.

Tom sayfaları katladı. - Tom folded his sheets.

sheets
(Bilgisayar) tablolar
tally sheet
(Ticaret) mal puantaj listesi
tally sheet
(Ticaret) ürün puantaj listesi
term sheet
(Ticaret) ön protokol
working sheet
(Ticaret) çalışma tablosu
aluminium sheet
alüminyum levha
bed sheet
yatak çarşafı
calculation sheet
hesap cetveli
chromium plated sheet
krom kaplı sac
corrugated sheet
oluklu sac
corrugated sheet iron
oluklu demir sac
cut sheet feeder
yaprak besleyici
design sheet
proje paftası
dope sheet
yarış listesi
dynamo sheet
dinamo sacı
false balance sheet
sahte bilanço
final balance sheet
kapanış bilançosu
financial balance sheet
mali bilanço
galvanized sheet
galvanizli sac
hyperboloid of one sheet
bir yapraklı hiperboloit
ice sheet
buz örtüsü
iron sheet
demir sac
iron sheet
sac
lead plated sheet
kurşun kaplı sac
lead tin coated sheet
kurşunlu kalay örtülü sac
metal sheet
metal sac
off-balance sheet accounts
nazım hesapları
proof sheet
matbaa provası
question sheet
soru kağıdı
sheeting
örtme
sheeting
perde
steel sheet
çelik sac
tally-sheet
hesap listesi
time sheet
iş cetveli
time sheet
kartela
weather sheet
yelken ipi
winding sheet
kefen
advice sheet
tavsiye listesi
balance sheet liquidity
bilanço likiditesi
black sheet iron
kara saç
blank sheet
boş levha
broad sheet
Geniş saç
chromium plated sheet
krom kaplı saç
coupon sheet
kupon föyü
delivery sheet
teslim kâğıdı
dynamic balance sheet
dinamik bilanço
goof sheet
telepromptir, otoko, akıl defteri
half sheet
yarım levha
hot sheet
sıcak saç
log sheet
log levha
opening balance sheet
açılış bilançosu
ordnance sheet
mühimmatın levha
plural of sheet
levha çoğul
safety data sheet
güvenlik bilgi formu
sheeter
Tabakalama
sheeting
çarşaf bezi
sheeting
saç kaplama
İngilizce - İngilizce
Precipitation of such quantity and force as to resemble a thin, virtually solid wall
A thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper
A thin, flat layer of solid material
A sail
A line (rope) used to adjust the trim of a sail
A broad, flat expanse of a material on a surface
To cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material

Remember to sheet the floor before you start painting.

A piece of paper, usually rectangular, that has been prepared for writing, artwork, drafting, wrapping, manufacture of packaging (boxes, envelopes, etc.), and for other uses. The word does not include scraps and irregular small pieces destined to be recycled, used for stuffing or cushioning or paper mache, etc
A layer of veneer
The area of ice on which the game of curling is played
Of rain, or other precipitation. To pour heavily

We couldn't go out because the rain was sheeting down all day long.

A flat metal pan, often without raised edge, used for baking
{n} a rope fastened to the lower corners of sails
{n} linen for a bed, a sail, a piece of paper
{v} to cover or furnish with sheets
A broad, thinly expanded portion of metal or other substance; as, a sheet of copper, of glass, or the like; a plate; a leaf
A flat rolled mill product that has a width to thickness ratio greater than 50 to 1 with the thickness of the product running from 016" thick ( 406mm) to 187" thick ( 4 762mm)
A sheet of paper is a rectangular piece of paper. a sheet of newspaper I was able to fit it all on one sheet
as white as a sheet: see white see also balance sheet, broadsheet, dust sheet, fact sheet, groundsheet, news-sheet, scoresheet, spreadsheet, worksheet
any thin stock with two faces or planes that are greater in measure than the thickness
A rope or chain which regulates the angle of adjustment of a sail in relation in relation to the wind; usually attached to the lower corner of a sail, or to a yard or a boom
A single rectangular piece of paper
To furnish with a sheet or sheets; to wrap in, or cover with, a sheet, or as with a sheet
A line used to adjust the trim of a sail
a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
{f} cover with a sheet; wrap in a sheet; provide with sheets
A flat metal pan used for baking
The area of ice on which a curling game is played
A sail. (uninformed usage, sheet correctly refers to the line)
A sheet is a large rectangular piece of cotton or other cloth that you sleep on or cover yourself with in a bed. Once a week, a maid changes the sheets
Rope or line attached to the boom or corner of a sail, the lateral movement of which it controls Named after the sail it serves, i e mainsheet, jib and spinnaker sheets
1) The line connected to the clew of a sail that hauls it out for use, either to the yard below it or (on the course) to a point aft on the deck 2) In the case of a fore-and-aft mainsail, the line used to control the angle of a boom relative to the vessel
In general, a large, broad piece of anything thin, as paper, cloth, etc
n 1 ---Fill this in--- 2 A Lisp object that represents a sheet [annotate]
any broad thin expanse or surface; "a sheet of ice"
(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind
bed linen consisting of a large rectangular piece of cotton or linen cloth; used in pairs
The space in the forward or the after part of a boat where there are no rowers; as, fore sheets; stern sheets
cover with a sheet, as if by wrapping; "sheet the body"
newspaper with half-size pages
used for writing or printing
the 146-foot long ice playing area The sheet's design allows play in both directions
a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
The specific playing surface upon which a curling game is played
A broad, flat expanse of material on the ground; as, a sheet of mud, a sheet of ice
A sheet of glass, metal, or wood is a large, flat, thin piece of it. a cracked sheet of glass Overhead cranes were lifting giant sheets of steel
bed linen consisting of a large rectangular piece of cotton or linen cloth; used in pairs (nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width used for writing or printing any broad thin expanse or surface; "a sheet of ice"
To expand, as a sheet
a broad, thin portion of any substance; an expanded superficies
A single signature of a book or a pamphlet; the book itself
come down as if in sheets; "The rain was sheeting down during the monsoon
You can use sheet to refer to a piece of paper which gives information about something. information sheets on each country in the world
A sheet of something is a thin wide layer of it over the surface of something else. a sheet of ice. a blue-grey sheet of dust
come down as if in sheets; "The rain was sheeting down during the monsoon"
A broad piece of paper, whether folded or unfolded, whether blank or written or printed upon; hence, a letter; a newspaper, etc
The field of play, a sheet of ice 146 feet long and 14 feet, 2 inches wide
resource for manufacturing parts A sheet has rectangle shape and its sizes are given in «Sheet List» Usually X dimension is assumed as one along the long side
{i} large rectangular piece of cloth used as a bed covering; thin layer or covering; thin rectangular object, panel, plate; piece of paper; broad expanse of something
adjusts a sail's angle to the wind
A thin, flat layer of material; as, a sheet of tinfoil
(mathematics) an unbounded two-dimensional shape; "we will refer to the plane of the graph as the X-Y plane"; "any line joining two points on a plane lies wholly on that plane"
A dialog attached to a specific window, ensuring that the user never loses track of which window the dialog belongs to A Print dialog is an example of a sheet See also document-modal dialog
A line that controls the angle of the sail in its relation to the wind
A line that controls sails and adjusts their angle of attack and their trailing edge
A broad piece of cloth, usually linen or cotton, used for wrapping the body or for a covering; especially, one used as an article of bedding next to the body
Line or chain at lower corner of sail for regulating its trim
No this is not a sail! Sheets are used to control the sails On this boat, we'll have a main sheet and 2 jib sheets one on each side Basically a sheet is pulled in to align the sails more closely to the center of the boat and "released" or "eased" to allow the sails to move away from center
A complete unit of stamps as printed Stamps are usually printed in large sheets and are separated into two or more panes before shipment to post offices
A piece of any material that is very thin in relation to its length and breadth, as a sheet of metal, plastic, textile, paper, etc
A thin cloth covering for a bed
sheet anchor
a source of help in times of danger
sheet anchor
a batsman who provides dependable defence while a series of other batsmen score rapidly
sheet anchor
a large, spare anchor used in an emergency
sheet bend
A type of knot that can be used to join two ropes of different diameters
sheet cake
A simple, thin cake that is rolled up with other ingredients to make a variety of cakes
sheet erosion
Relatively even erosion of a layer of soil without channel formation; generally takes place on sloping land
sheet lightning
A broad flash of lightning, with no visible bolt, due to reflection
sheet metal
Metal worked into a thin, flat sheet, used widely as construction material and raw material for a multitude of industrial products. Sheet metal is thicker than foil and thinner than plate
sheet metals
plural form of sheet metal
sheet music
Handwritten or printed form of musical notation
sheet of paper
A single piece of loose paper, which, when bound in a book or booklet, consists of two pages (one on the front and one on the back)
sheet piling
The material used to assemble a sheet pile retaining wall
sheet piling
A type of retaining wall used during construction by driving interlocking sheets of material into the ground
sheet pizza
A large rectangular pizza, designed to be cut into individual slices
sheet protector
A clear plastic sleeve for documents
sheet rock
Pre-hardened plaster of Paris (gypsum) sold in large panels and used as a wall surface in building construction

In North America, use of sheet rock has virtually replaced plaster and lathe for interior walls in new construction.

sheet-erosion
Attributive form of sheet erosion, noun
sheet-metal
Alternative spelling of sheet metal
sheet-piling
Attributive form of sheet piling, noun
sheet pan
Sheet pans or baking trays (mainly UK) are flat, rectangular metal pans used in an oven. They are primarily used for baking of flat products such as cookies, sheet cakes and jelly roll cakes
sheet anchor
spare anchor for use in emergency
sheet anchor
large anchor used in emergencies
sheet anchor
See the Note under Anchor
sheet anchor
Anything regarded as a sure support or dependence in danger; the best hope or refuge
sheet anchor
A large anchor stowed on shores outside the waist of a vessel; called also waist anchor
sheet bend
a hitch used for temporarily tying a rope to the middle of another rope (or to an eye)
sheet bend
n. Nautical A knot in which one rope or piece of yarn is made fast to the bight of another. Also called weaver's hitch, weaver's knot
sheet bend
{i} weaver's knot, knot used to temporarily tie one rope through the loop of another
sheet cable
The cable belonging to the sheet anchor
sheet chain
A chain sheet cable
sheet erosion
Detachment of soil particles by raindrop impact and their removal downslope by water flowing overland as a sheet instead of in definite channels or rills. A more or less uniform layer of fine particles is removed from the entire surface of an area, sometimes resulting in an extensive loss of rich topsoil. Sheet erosion commonly occurs on recently plowed fields or on other sites having poorly consolidated soil material with scant vegetative cover
sheet feeder
device in the form of a tray which provides paper to a printer
sheet flow
Runoff which flows over the ground surface as a thin even layer, not concentrated in a channel or pipe
sheet flow
The excess water that flows over the land surface in a layer when the rate of rainfall exceeds the infiltration rate
sheet flow
A dispersed flow of water It minimizes erosion by preventing water from achieving high velocity and carrying away topsoil
sheet flow
Runoff water that flows uniformly over the soil surface
sheet flow
Water, usually storm runoff, flowing in a thin layer over the ground surface Syn overland flow
sheet flow
Flow that occurs overland in places where there are no defined channels, the flood water spreads out over a large area at a uniform depth This also referred to as overland flow
sheet flow
A thin layer of water moving across a surface without the formation of concentrated streams of water
sheet glass
Glass drawn from a molten bath into a thin sheet of film, commonly used to make windows
sheet iron
thin piece of iron
sheet iron
plate iron thinner than tank iron
sheet lighting
lightning that appears as a broad sheet; due to reflections of more distant lightning and to diffusion by the clouds
sheet lightning
Lightning that appears as a broad sheetlike illumination of parts of a thundercloud, caused by the reflection of a lightning flash. a type of lightning that appears as a sudden flash of brightness covering a large area of sky forked lightning
sheet metal
Sheet metal is metal which has been made into thin sheets. metal in the form of thin sheets
sheet metal
sheet of metal formed into a thin plate
sheet music
An individually printed song, most often for voice, Piano, Guitar, or a combination of the three Any printed music
sheet music
a musical composition in printed or written form; "she turned the pages of the music as he played"
sheet music
Sheet music is music that is printed on sheets of paper without a hard cover. a copy of the sheet music to `Happy Days'. Compositions printed on unbound sheets of paper
sheet music
a musical composition in printed or written form; "she turned the pages of the music as he played
sheet music
music printed on paper
sheet music
An individually printed song, most often for voice, piano, guitar,or a combination of the three Any printed music
sheet of dough
large flat piece of dough
sheet of paper
piece of paper, page
sheet of paper
used for writing or printing
sheet pile
a pile in a row of piles driven side by side to retain earth or prevent seepage
sheet piling
sheet pile: a pile in a row of piles driven side by side to retain earth or prevent seepage
sheet web
an irregular spider web woven in a single plane and looking like flattened hammocks
sheet-metal work
the craft of doing sheet metal work (as in ventilation systems)
short-sheet
to fold the top sheet on a bed so that no one can get into it, as a trick
baking sheet
sheet pan, baking tray
balance sheet
: A summary of a person's or organization's assets, liabilities and equity as of a specific date
base sheet
an impregnated, saturated, or coated felt placed as the first ply in some low-slope roof systems
bed sheet
A sheet, a piece of cloth cut and finished as bedlinen
bleed-sheet
A sheet material used to prevent the migration of bitumen
bottom sheet
A bed sheet used to cover a mattress, i.e. the sheet that one typically lies on
brag sheet
A resumé or curriculum vitae consisting of a standard form with a list of questions to be answered
brag sheet
A list of achievements maintained by a serving sailor, used as a means of performance evaluation
cap sheet
A sheet, often granule-surfaced, used as the top ply of some roof membranes and/or flashings
cheat sheet
Any summary or quick reference used as a shortcut or reminder, a crib sheet

If you have trouble remembering all the trigonometric identities, the book has a cheat sheet in back that lists them.

cheat sheet
A sheet of paper containing notes used to assist (with or without permission) on a test
clean sheet
A game played without having conceded a goal

James eyes new clean sheet record -.

coated felt sheet
An asphalt felt that has been coated on both sides with harder, more viscous asphalt
coated felt sheet
A glass-fiber felt that has been simultaneously impregnated and coated with asphalt on both sides
cookie sheet
A wide, flat metal pan suitable for baking in an oven
crib sheet
A bedsheet, usually nowadays fitted, that fits a crib mattress
crib sheet
A list of quotes or references used for public speaking, or, (licitly or illicitly) a similar thing to assist one in the taking of a test; a cheat sheet
double sheet bend
Doubled version of the sheet bend; A strong knot used to tie two ropes together
fact sheet
A printed presentation of data that shows the most important or relevant facts in a simple, easy-to-read manner
fitted sheet
A sheet tailored to form pocket for a mattress with elastic edges that is suitable for a range of mattress sizes. The edge may also contain a drawstring to secure the sheet more firmly and enable use on a wider range of mattress thickness
fly sheet
an extra cover of a tent to protect against insects and bad weather
fly sheet
a printed leaflet or pamphlet
free sheet
Alternative spelling of freesheet
game sheet
A document used in sports in order to keep track of goals, penalties, assists, etc
hot sheet
A list of items of high current interest

The brokers worked initially from a hot sheet of new listings.

ice sheet
a broad glacial mass with a relatively flat surface
rap sheet
A printed record of an individual's record of citations, arrests, convictions, and incarcerations, usually in a single jurisdiction
scratch sheet
A publication that lists the horses withdrawn from a day's horse races, along with the betting odds and statistics for the horses that are running
second sheet
A sheet of paper on which a carbon copy is typically made

Some models allow for both letterhead and second-sheet paper.

second-sheet
Attributive form of second sheet, noun
sheeted
To be covered by a sheet of cloth or paper or other similar material
sheeted
Simple past tense and past participle of sheet
sheeted
To be secured by a special tarpaulin

This load must be well roped and sheeted to be safe.

sheeter
An industrial machine (similar in principal to a roller-type pasta machine) that produces a sheet of dough, fondant etc. in a regular thickness
sheeting
Fabric used to make sheets (bedding)
sheets
plural form of sheet
sheets
Collective noun meaning a large amount, when used of rain, or other precipitation

When I looked out, all I could see were sheets of rain.

slip sheet
A strong, thin pallet-sized sheet of plastic or fiberboard used to transport heavy items
slip sheet
Sheet material, such as reinforced kraft paper, rosin-sized paper, polyester scrim or polyethylene sheeting, placed between two components of a roof assembly to ensure that no adhesion occurs between them and to prevent possible damage from chemical incompatibility, wearing or abrasion of the membrane
tear sheet
A page torn from a periodical

I brought him a tear sheet of a story in the New York Post about ligers, and he studied the accompanying photograph for days, even took it to school to show around.

time sheet
A record of the number of hours worked by an employee
top sheet
A bed sheet used between a bottom sheet and a blanket
uncoated free sheet
A grade of paper containing little or no mechanical wood pulp that is often used in the production of office papers
white as a sheet
Very white or pale, as if suffering from shock
winnow sheet
A sheet set up under the winnowing basket or machine to catch any seed which falls
yellow sheet
A criminal record
time sheet
hour chart, record of the hours that an employee works during a given period of time
cheat sheet
A document, especially a sheet of paper, containing information, such as test answers, used for cheating.A document containing summarized information used for quick reference
fact sheet
A fact sheet is a presentation of data on any subject in a format emphasizing brevity, key points of interest or concern, a fairly minimalist design aesthetic, and a general desire to convey the most relevant information in the least amount of space
Sheet music
notation
sheeter
A cutting machine that cuts a continuous web or rolls of paperboard, paper or film into rectangular sheets of uniform lengths
sheeter
A device on some web presses that cuts the web to specific sheet lengths
sheeter
(1) a device on a printing press to convert continuous lengths into smaller sheet units; (2) a device, separate from the press used for cutting cloth or paper web materials into sheets
sheeter
Machine for cutting the paper web into sheets
sheeting
process whereby rolls of Pressure Sensitive facestock are converted into sheets of finished labels by cutting them to the desired length in the sheeting stations
sheeting
Cotton or linen cloth suitable for bed sheets
sheeting
Sheeting is metal, plastic, or other material that is made in the form of sheets. They put plastic sheeting on the insides of our windows
sheeting
the reduction of stock in continuous rolls to individual sheets of required length
sheeting
{i} cloth used to make sheets; act of covering with a sheet; act of forming into sheets
sheeting
It is sometimes made of double width
sheeting
This is basically one layer of poly film on a roll
sheeting
a process whereby rolls of pressure sensitive facestock are converted into sheets of finished labels by cutting them to the desired length in the sheeting stations
sheeting
Plain-weave carded or combed cloth which comes in light, medium, and heavy weights Coarse, ordinary, lightweight, narrow, soft-filled, and wide It may be unbleached, semi-bleached, full-bleached or colored
sheeting
The act or process of forming into sheets, or flat pieces; also, material made into sheets
sheeting
fabric from which bed sheets are made
sheeting
A lining of planks or boards (rarely of metal) for protecting an embankment
sheeting
A form of physical weathering of rock where surface sheets of material fracture and exfoliate because of pressure release Also see exfoliation dome
sheeting
A form of plastic in which the thickness is very small in proportion to length and width and in which the plastic is present as a continuous phase throughout
sheeting
means the members of a shoring system that retain the earth in position and in turn are supported by other members of the shoring system
sheeting
deck material like 1x4's or plywood
sheeting
A woven carded yarn cloth in medium and heavy weights When the thread count is low, sheeting is defined as muslin When the thread count is greater than 180 and the yarn is combed the sheeting is defined as percale
sheeting
Simplest, most common of the three basic weaves (over one/under one interlacement) It provides a smooth surface for printing The other basic weaves are satin and twill
sheeting
‑ Plain‑woven, carded yarn cloths in medium and heavy weights A woven or non-woven fabric other than knits that have a degree of sizing and are somewhat stiff
sheetlike
resembling a sheet
sheetlike
{s} resembling a sheet, having the form of a sheet
sheets
Lines used to trim a sail to a desired position
sheets
Paper cut into basic sizes for printing to top
sheets
as in sheets of plywood Plywood is formed into big flat sheets that are larger than boards and easier to handle
sheets
Slang for newsletters and journals that break kayfabe, such as the Torch and Observer, and most internet sites as well
sheets
Ropes used to adjust sails
sheets
The sheet of paper or other material that will be printed The largest Iris Printers accommodate sheets up to 35" x 47" House papers for this are commonly 35" x 46 75"
sheets
A rope attached to either of the lower corners of a square sail or the after lower corner of a fore-and-aft sail, and used to extend the sail or to alter its direction [from Ned Myers]
sheets
plural of sheet
sheets
Many sheets can be used for doing output, so the drawing functions can also take a sheet as the output argument In this case, drawing function "trampolines" to the sheet's medium So, while the functions defined here are specified to be called on mediums, they can also be called on sheets
sheets
Two or more labels across by some number down
sheets
Aqua's new methodology for handling modal and modeless dialogs Sheets are used in conjunction with the window to which they are attached Sheets are translucent in appearance and appear to slide out from underneath the window title
sheet