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İngilizce - Türkçe

Öldüğünden uzun süre önce kendisi için bir kefen satın aldı. - She bought a shroud for herself long before she died.

paraşüt ipi
{f} örtül
{f} gizlemek
{f} örtmek
{i} tabut örtüsü
(Nükleer Bilimler) kılıf
{i} çarmık (gemi)
{f} korumaya almak
{f} kefenlemek
{f} kefene sarmak
{i} paraşüt asılma ipi
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT İPİ: Bak. "shroud line"
(Otomotiv) davlumbaz
shroud line
(Askeri) paraşüt kordonu
shroud line
paraşüt ipi
shroud knot
çarmık cevizi
shroud band
kanat çemberi
shroud line
paraşüt asılma ipi
shroud line
(Askeri) PARAŞÜT İPİ: Paraşüt kubbesinin kenarı ile paraşüt askıları (risers) arasında bulunan iplerden herhangi biri. Buna kısaca (shroud) da denir
shroud support
(Nükleer Bilimler) kılıf desteği
fan shroud
vantilatör mahfazası
burner shroud
brülör kafası
ejector shroud
(Havacılık) ejektör siperi
lamp shroud
lamba davlumbazı
lower shroud
(Askeri) alt çarmık
silk shroud
ipek kefen
İngilizce - İngilizce
That which clothes, covers, conceals, or protects; a garment
That which covers or shelters like a shroud
To conceal or hide from view, as if by a shroud

The details of the plot were shrouded in mystery.

To cover with a shroud
A rope or cable serving to support the mast sideways
A covered place used as a retreat or shelter, as a cave or den; also, a vault or crypt
The branching top of a tree; foliage
Especially, the dress for the dead; a winding sheet
One of the two annular plates at the periphery of a water wheel, which form the sides of the buckets; a shroud plate
{v} to dress the dead, defend, protect, save, conceal, shelter, take shelter
{n} a large rope from the side of a ship to the head of a mast for support
wrap in a shroud; "shroud the corpses"
device used with turbine rotor to prevent blade tip losses and excessive vibrations The shrouded blades can be thinner than unprotected ones
Line supporting a mast longitudinally
{f} wrap in cerements, wrap a corpse in a burial cloth; conceal, obscure, screen from view
{i} burial cloth, sheet used to wrap a body for burial, cerement; covering, something that covers like a shroud; one of the ropes supporting a ship's mast
form a cover like a shroud; "Mist shrouded the castle"
a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute
To cover with a shroud; especially, to inclose in a winding sheet; to dress for the grave
(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind
Standing rigging that supports a mast athwartships
A shroud is a cloth which is used for wrapping a dead body
If darkness, fog, or smoke shrouds an area, it covers it so that it is difficult to see. Mist shrouded the outline of Buckingham Palace
A pair of ropes, although sometimes occurring singly, used to steady a mast to the side of a hull Connected to the head of the mast they form part of the standing rigging of a ship
A set of ropes serving as stays to support the masts
burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped
a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute wrap in a shroud; "shroud the corpses" cover as if with a shroud; "The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery" form a cover like a shroud; "Mist shrouded the castle
The lower shrouds are secured to the sides of vessels by heavy iron bolts and are passed around the head of the lower masts
One of a set of strong ropes extending on each side of a masthead to the sides of a ship to support a mast laterally Shrouds take their name from the spars they support
To lop
Rope or wire standing rigging used to support masts athwartship
A cable or rod that supports the mast sidewise Shrouds run from the chainplates at deck level on the port and starboard side, to the hounds just below the top of the mast
To take shelter or harbor
a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute wrap in a shroud; "shroud the corpses"
Enclosure around a fan, used to direct airflow through the radiator
To cover, as with a shroud; to protect completely; to cover so as to conceal; to hide; to veil
cover as if with a shroud; "The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery"
5/32" stainless wire with forked fittings at each end used to support the mast laterally
form a cover like a shroud; "Mist shrouded the castle
If something has been shrouded in mystery or secrecy, very little information about it has been made available. For years the teaching of acting has been shrouded in mystery. the secrecy which has shrouded the whole affair
You can refer to something that surrounds an object or situation as a shroud of something. a parked car huddled under a shroud of grey snow Ministers are as keen as ever to wrap their activities in a shroud of secrecy
Shroud of Turin
Linen fragment that for centuries was said to be the burial garment of Jesus. It has been preserved since 1578 in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista in Turin, Italy. Measuring 14 ft 3 in. by 3 ft 7 in. (4.3 m by 1.1 m), it appears to portray images of the back and front of a gaunt, sunken-eyed man. The images contain markings that correspond to the stigmata and stains presumed to be blood. It emerged historically in 1354 and went on exhibition in 1389, first as a representation of the true shroud and eventually as the genuine article. In 1988 independent tests determined that the cloth was made 1260-1390
Shroud of Turin
{i} woven cloth that has been kept since the late 1500s in the Turin Cathedral (Italy) that has a faint life-size image of the back and front of a man believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus
when people, especially doctors or politicians, publicly criticize the quality of medical care in the British National Health Service, in order to make the government provide more money for it
barrel shroud
A ventilated covering for the barrel of a firearm that prevents accidental burns to the operators
futtock shroud
Any of a set of ropes, wires or chains that brace the futtock plate from a band on the lower mast
Simple past tense and past participle of shroud
Holy Shroud
{i} Shroud of Turin, woven cloth that has been kept since the late 1500s in the Turin Cathedral (Italy) that has a faint life-size image of the back and front of a man believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus
Turin Shroud
a piece of cloth which is believed by some people to have covered the dead body of Jesus Christ after he had been crucified and to be marked with an image of his face. But scientists who tested the cloth using carbon dating methods believe that it is not as old as that
futtock shroud
One of the iron rods extending from a band on the lower mast to the futtock plate, used to brace the base of the topmast
futtock shroud
shroud that is part of a ship's rigging
Wearing, or provided with a shroud
past of shroud
Provided with a shroud or shrouds
{s} concealed, covered, obscured; wrapped in cerements, wrapped in a burial cloth
Concealed or hidden from sight, as if by a shroud
present participle of shroud
The shrouds
See Shroud, n
A piece of standing rigging, shrouds run from the deck to the top of the mast, providing mast stability Shrouds originate from the outside (port and starboard) edge of the boat
third-person singular of shroud
Wire side stays running from the upper part of the mast to both the starboard and port sides of the boat The forestay and shrouds form a triangle which supports the mast in an upright position
the standing rigging of a ship, especially the ropes leading from the mastheads to support the masts laterally
{i} burial cloths, sheets used to wrap a body for burial, cerements
Those wires or lines that run down from a mast to the sides of the boat and serve as bracing
Part of the standing rigging The lines or cables, running aloft from the deck to points on the masts, used to support a mast from side to side (port to starboard)
plural of , shroud
Run from the top of the mast to the port (left) and starboard (right) side of the hull to give sideways support

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    /ˈsʜroud/ /ˈʃraʊd/


    [ 'shraud, esp Southern ' ] (noun.) 14th century. Old English scrūd, cognate with Old Norse skrúð (“the shrouds of a ship”) ( > Danish, Norwegian skrud (“splendid attire”)).