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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Mimarlık) balar
saçı alagarson kesmek
tahta çatı kiremidi
ince tahta
duvarı padavrayla kaplamak
(Askeri) ince çakıl
saçı kısa kesmek
tahta kiremitle kaplamak
(İnşaat,Mimarlık) padavra

Çatı padavra ile kaplanmış mı? - Is the roof shingled?

alagarson kesilmiş kadın saçı
(dam/vb.) tahta kiremitle kaplamak
yuvarlak çakıl
tahta kiremit
çakıllı deniz kıyısı
tahta pul
{i} çakıl
{i} çakıllı sahil
{f} kısa kesmek (saç)
iri ve yuvarlak çakıl
{f} (çatıyı/duvarı) padavrayla
{i} çatı padavrası
shingly çakıllı
{f} demiri döverek işlemek
{i} kısa saç (kadın)
{i} tahta çatı kiremidi, padavra, hartama, yarma (Çatıyı örtmek veya bina duvarını kaplamak için kullanılır.)
{i} tabela
{i} alagarson saç
{f} çatıyı padavra ile kaplamak
padavrayla kapla
(Bilgisayar) kiremit

Fırtınada çok sayıda kiremit çatıdan yere düştü. - Quite a few shingles flew off the roof during the storm.

Evin iki katı ve ahşap kiremitli çatısı vardır. - The house has two floors and a wood shingle roof.

shingle beach
(Askeri) çakıl tabanlı sahil plaj
shingle coast
(Askeri) çakıl kıyı
roofing shingle
asphalt shingle
bitümlü kiremit
hang out/up one´s shingle
k. dili (tıp doktoru) özel muayenehanesini açmak; (avukat) kendi yazıhanesini açmak
production shingle
Küçük prodüksiyon şirketi
Zona hastalığı
clay shingle
(İnşaat) pişmiş toprak düz kiremit
hang out one's shingle
muayenehane açmak
hang out one's shingle
işyeri açmak
(Tıp) Kuşak, zünnar, zona belin etrafını kabarcıklarla kuşatan bir sinir hastalığı, herpes zoster
padavrayla kapla
i., çoğ., tıb. zona
belin etrafını kabarcıklarla kuşatan bir sinir hastalığı
(Tıp) şinglez
(isim) zona hastalığı
(sıfat) çakıllı
{s} çakıllı
to shingle
hartama kaplamak
to shingle
padavra kaplamak
wooden shingle
(Marangozluk) tahta kiremit
İngilizce - İngilizce
A small, thin piece of building material, often with one end thicker than the other, for laying in overlapping rows as a covering for the roof or sides of a building
Small, smooth pebbles, as found on a beach
To hammer and squeeze material in order to expel cinder and impurities from it, as in metallurgy
A punitive strap such as a belt, as used for severe spanking
A rectangular piece of steel obtained by means of a shingling process involving hammering of puddled steel
Any paddle used for corporal punishment
A small signboard designating a professional office; this may be both a physical signboard or a metaphoric term for a small production company (a production shingle)
To lash with a shingle

The imp's bottom was shingled black and blue.

To cover with small, thin pieces of building material, with shingles
{v} to cover with shingles
{n} a thin board to cover houses with
Small, smooth pebbles, as on a beach
Small rounded pebbles lying on the seashore
Sheets of waterproof material used to cover the roofs of homes and other surfaces
A sign for an office or a shop; as, to hang out one's shingle
A roof covering manufactured to specified sizes, which may be made of a variety of materials such as asphalt, asbestos, wood, slate, and others
To subject to the process of shindling, as a mass of iron from the pudding furnace
To cover with shingles; as, to shingle a roof
To vary the gutter margin according to the position of the page in the signature, and the paper bulk; done on larger signatures; most commonly used for saddle stitched books where signatures are inserted to top
Shingles is a disease in which painful red spots spread in bands over a person's body, especially around their waist. Thin piece of building material made of wood, asphaltic material, slate, metal, or concrete, laid in overlapping rows to shed water. Shingles are widely used as roof covering on residential buildings and sometimes also for siding (see Shingle style). Wood shingles in the U.S. are usually made of cypress, redwood, or Western red cedar
a small signboard outside the office of a lawyer or doctor, e
Round, water-worn, and loose gravel and pebbles, or a collection of roundish stones, such as are common on the seashore and elsewhere
a small unit of prepared roofing material designed for installation with similar units in overlapping rows on inclines normally exceeding 25 percent; to cover with shingles
(1) individual unit of prepared roofing material designed for installation with similar units in overlapping rows or courses on inclines normally exceeding 3: 12 slope (25%); (2) to cover with shingles; (3) to apply any roofing material in succeeding overlapping rows or courses similar to shingles
a small unit of prepared roofing material designed for installation with similar units in overlapping rows on inclines normally exceeding 25 percent
A machine sawn wood, usually cedar, roofing and siding product see shake
{i} thin piece of wood stone or other material laid in overlapping rows on a roof or wall; small smooth stones on beaches and shores; short hairstyle for women; small signboard (especially one placed at the entrance to a doctor or lawyer's office)
A relatively thin and small unit of roofing, partially laid in overlapping layers as a roof covering or as cladding on the sides of buildings
a small signboard outside the office of a lawyer or doctor, e g
to hammer and squeeze material in order to expell cinder and impurities from it, as in metallurgy
A unit composed of wood, cement, asphalt compound, slate, tile or the like, employed in an overlapping series to cover roofs and walls
A piece of wood sawed or rived thin and small, with one end thinner than the other, used in covering buildings, especially roofs, the thick ends of one row overlapping the thin ends of the row below
any paddle for corporal punishment
coarse beach gravel of small water-worn stones and pebbles (or a stretch of shore covered with such gravel)
cover with shingles; "shingle a roof"
(1) A single piece of prepared roofing material, either asphalt or wood, for use in steep slope roof systems (2) To install a wood or asphalt shingle roof system
a small unit of prepared material designed for overlapping installation on inclined roofs
Shingle is a mass of small rough pieces of stone on the shore of a sea or a river. a beach of sand and shingle
{f} lay shingles, cover with shingles; cut hair very short
A loose term for coarse beach material, a mixture of GRAVEL, PEBBLES and larger material, often well-rounded and of hard rock, e g chert, flint, etc
building material used as siding or roofing
A shoreline deposit of water-worn pebbles coarser than gravel
To cut, as hair, so that the ends are evenly exposed all over the head, as shingles on a roof
(1) A single piece of prepared roofing material for use in steep slope roof systems Can be used to refer to a variety of materials, such as asphalt, wood, clay, cement or slate (2) To install a shingle roof system
A loose term for coarse beach material, a mixture of gravel, pebbles and larger material, often well-rounded and of hard rock, e g chert, flint etc
A thin piece of wood, slate or other material, usually oblong in shape with one end thicker than the other and generally cut to uniform size Shingles are used in overlapping rows to cover the roofs or walls of buildings (More on roofing)
Materials of various sizes and types (often wood or fiberglass-asphalt composition) used to cover roofs and exterior sidewalls
coarse beach gravel of small water-worn stones and pebbles (or a stretch of shore covered with such gravel) building material used as siding or roofing cover with shingles; "shingle a roof
Wooden slab used like a roofing slate: a board
Shingle style
In the U.S., a style of wood-shingle-covered domestic architecture of the 1870s and '80s. Among the finest examples are Henry Hobson Richardson's Sherman House (1874-75), Newport, R.I., and Stoughton House (1882-83), Cambridge, Mass. The style grew out of the Queen Anne and Stick styles and was stimulated by a revived interest in colonial American architecture. The small size of the shingle made it easy to cover a variety of shapes. Like the Stick style, the Shingle style is characterized by a free-flowing, open plan; open porches and irregular roof lines contribute to the picturesque or rustic effect. The style had a significant influence on Frank Lloyd Wright
shingle oak
small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having leaves that shine like laurel; wood is used in western states for shingles
shingle tree
East Indian timber tree with hard durable wood used especially for tea boxes
shit on a shingle
Dysphemism for Chipped beef on toast
architectural shingle
an asphalt shingle that provided dimensional appearance
asphalt shingle
A shingle manufactured by coating a reinforcing material (felt or fibrous glass mat) with asphalt and having mineral granules on the side exposed to the weather
dimensional shingle
A shingle that is textured, overlayed, or laminated and designed to produce a three-dimensional effect
hang out one's shingle
to open an office or business, especially in a profession

She's good enough at fixing vacuum cleaners that she should hang out her shingle and try making some money at it.

A person who installs shingles
plural form of shingle
herpes zoster
square tab shingle
Shingle with tabs that are all the same size and exposure
{n} a kind of distemper, a tetter
asphalt shingle
A roofing material made of a brown or black tar like substance mixed with sand or gravel
asphalt shingle
Shingles made of felt that has been soaked in asphalt; asphalt shingle tabs are coated with granular minerals
hang out one's shingle
open an office
past of shingle
a roof or wall that is shingled is covered with shingles
a worker who shingles roofs
{i} one who lays shingles, one who covers roofs or walls with shingles
One who shingles
A machine for shingling puddled iron
a disease caused by an infection of the nerve endings, which produces painful red spots. or herpes zoster Acute viral skin and nerve infection. Groups of small blisters appear along certain nerve segments, most often on the back, sometimes after a dull ache at the site; pain becomes more severe when the blisters break out. Caused by the same virus as chickenpox, it probably results from reactivation of seemingly inactive virus in a partially immune person. Spontaneous recovery from the infection usually occurs within two weeks, but neuralgia may last months or even years longer
a viral infection -- called herpes zoster by doctors -- consists of painful blisters on the skin that follow nerve pathways
Shingles (Herpes zoster) is an acute infection of the nerves that supply sensation to the skin, generally at one or several spinal levels and on one side of the body (right or left) Patients with shingles usually have had chicken pox earlier in life The Herpes virus that causes chicken pox is believed to exist in a dormant state in the spinal nerve roots after the chicken pox resolves In persons with shingles, this virus reactivates to cause infection along the sensory nerve, leading to nerve pain and usually an outbreak of shingles (tiny blisters on the same side of the body and at the same nerve level) The back pain in patients with shingles of the lumbar area can precede the skin rash by days Successive crops of tiny blisters can appear for several days and clear in one to two weeks Patients occasionally are left with a more chronic nerve pain (post-herpetic neuralgia) Treatment can involve symptomatic relief with lotions, such as calamine, or medications, such as Zovirax
Shingles are usually redwood, cedar or cypress They are smooth sawn and of uniform size and shape They are applied from the bottom up and overlap each other a bit as the next highest row is applied Some people prefer to have their shingles overlap in various amounts to give a different look or texture Shingles can be applied in a single course, where all shingles are exposed to the elements or a double course in which only the top layer of shingles is exposed Shingles are prone to cupping, a rolling of the shingle toward the center, and checking, which is a cracking or splitting
Roof covering of asphalt, asbestos, wood, tile, slate or other material cut to stock lengths, widths and thicknesses
Herpes zostor
A roofing material installed in an overlapping manner Materials include wood, tile, asphalt, cement, slate or metal Shingles are cut to stock lengths, widths and thicknesses
{i} (Pathology) herpes zoster, zoster, acute viral disease in adults which is characterized by a painful skin rash on nerve pathways which is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox
Roofing material characterized by short, rectangular sections, nailed to the roof decking in an overlapping pattern Asphalt shingles are the most common type (See roof decking)
Thin, wedge-shaped pieces of wood or flat rectangular pieces of slate, mineral fiber, glass fiber or composition asphalt installed on a roof to prevent water seepage
plural of shingle
A wall oer roof covering, consisting of small overlapping pieces, square or patterned
herpes zoster (usually blisters around waist)
Wood, asphalt, or other material that is applied in small sections as an outside covering on roofs of exterior walls to convey the run off of water
Roof covering of asphalt asbestos, wood, tile, slate, or other material cut to stock lengths, widths, and thicknesses
a small thin piece of building material
An acute infection caused by a reactivation of the varicella zoster virus, which also causes chicken pox It usually occurs during adulthood after exposure to chicken pox in childhood The chicken pox virus remains dormant in the body
An infection which causes pain along a nerve pathway
The wood version is sawn from raw cedar blocks or logs It doesn't usually require as old of growth wood to produce these completely machine made sawn products My grandfather said he got these I assume that is why he had trouble sitting for long periods
Thin pieces of wood or other material set in overlapping rows to form a roof or wall cladding
Condition caused by a herpes virus infection , involving painful blisters on the skin
Thin rectangular pieces of wood, sawn along the grain used like tiles for roofing and siding
Viral infection of nerve ganglia, accompanied by severe pain
Acute inflammation of the spinal and cranial nerves caused by a virus and associated with eruptions and pain along the course of the affected nerves
A kind of herpes (Herpes zoster) which spreads half way around the body like a girdle, and is usually attended with violent neuralgic pain
eruptions along a nerve path often accompanied by severe neuralgia
A reactivated form of chickenpox caused by the varicella-zoster virus (See 872)
The process of expelling scoriæ and other impurities by hammering and squeezing, in the production of wrought iron
(geology) sediment in which flat pebbles are uniformly tilted in the same direction
the laying on of shingles; "shingling is a draft very different from carpentry"
Allowance, made during paste-up or stripping, to compensate for creep Creep is the problem; shingling is the solution Also called stair stepping and progressive margins
A technique used to compensate for creep The gutter margin on a page is gradually narrowed from the outside pages to the middle pages of the signature
Process by which a spider samples and stores content from documents to allow a comparison with previous or other documents Shingling can be used to manage the refresh process, for copyright infringement and other purposes
(1) the application of shingles; (2) the procedure of applying shingles or laying parallel felts so that one longitudinal edge of each felt overlaps and the other longitudinal edge of the adjacent shingle or felts underlaps Felts are normally shingled from a downslope portion of the roof to the upslope portion of the roof area so that runoff water flows over rather than against each felt lap Felts are also applied in shingle fashion on relatively low slopes
the laying on of shingles; "shingling is a draft very different from carpentry" (geology) sediment in which flat pebbles are uniformly tilted in the same direction
The act of covering with shingles; shingles, collectively; a covering made of shingles
present participle of shingle
the application of shingles to a sloped roof
The process of moving facing pages gradually closer together throughout a book towards the middle to allow the Push-Out to be trimmed without affecting the contents of the page Shingling is automatically adjusted by our imposition program
{s} covered with small weathered stones or pebbles
covered (or mostly covered) with shingle or small pebbles
Abounding with shingle, or gravel



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    /ˈsʜəɴɢgəl/ /ˈʃɪŋɡəl/


    [ 'shi[ng]-g&l ] (noun.) 13th century. From Latin scindula, an alteration, influenced by the Ancient Greek σχίδαξ 'lath' (compare σχίζα, σχίσμα, σχίζω), of the Latin scandula (“roof tile”) scindere (“to split”) *sked- (“to split”).

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