skeleton

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İngilizce - Türkçe
iskelet

O, o kadar zayıftır ki bir iskelet gibi görünüyor. - He's so thin that he looks like a skeleton.

Onların Park caddesindeki bir evin bodrumunda gömülmüş bir iskelet bulduklarını duydum. - I heard they found a skeleton buried in the basement of a house on Park Street.

teşrih
gemi iskeleti
taslak
çatı
kafes
çok zayıf kimse
bina çatısı
{i} iskelet gibi kimse
{i} temel çatı
{i} çekirdek kadro
asgari
kadit
{i} çerçeve
iskelete benzer
bir deri bir kemik
insan kurusu
ana hatlar
iskelet kabilinden
skeleton at the feast keyif kaçıran herhangi bir sey skeleton crew çekirdek tayfa
karkas
skeleton key
maymuncuk
skeleton crew
(Askeri) asgari mürettebat
skeleton key
kilit açmak için maymuncuk
skeleton structure
iskelet yapı
skeleton abstract
iskelet soyut
skeleton entry
iskelet giriş
skeleton in the closet
(deyim) Gizli sırlar
skeleton in the closet
(deyim) Kirli çamaşır, kişiye utanç verici bir durum
skeleton in the cupboard
(deyim) Kirli çamaşır, kişiye utanç verici bir durum
skeleton sledding
iskelet halletme
skeleton supervisor
iskelet yöneticisi
skeleton type
iskelet tipi
skeleton crew
(Askeri) ASGARİ MÜRETTEBAT, ÇEKİRDEK MÜRETTEBAT: Bir teçhizatı kullanıp bakımını sağlayabilen en az sayıdaki er miktarı
skeleton crew
temel kadro
skeleton crew
çekirdek kadro
skeleton curve
(Çevre) iskelet eğri
skeleton diagram
iskelet şeması
skeleton in the closet
utanç verici sır
skeleton in the closet
aile sırrı
skeleton in the closet
utanılacak bir sır
skeleton in the closet
kirli çamaşır
skeleton in the cupboard
kirli çamaşır
skeleton in the cupboard
utanç verici sır
skeleton in the cupboard
(deyim) utanilacak veya aci verecek sir
skeleton in the cupboard
aile sırrı
skeleton key
(kilit açmak için) maymuncuk
skeleton law
yasa taslağı
skeleton staff
(deyim) asgari kadro,personel
skeleton texture
iskelet doku
skeleton type bucket
iskelet tipi kepçe
cartilage skeleton
kıkırdak iskelet
external skeleton
dış iskelet
aeroplane skeleton
uçak iskeleti
appendicular skeleton
appendicular iskelet
axial skeleton
aksiyel iskelet
be reduced to a skeleton
iskelet indirilecek
be worn to a skeleton
iskelet için giyilir
family skeleton
utanç verici sır
family skeleton
kirli çamaşır
family skeleton
aile sırrı
like a skeleton
iskelet gibi
urban skeleton
kentsel iskelet
Türkçe - Türkçe
Yüzükoyun yatılarak kullanılan bir tür kayaklı kızak
İngilizce - İngilizce
to reduce to a skeleton; to skin
A frame that provides support to a building or other construction
A type of tobogganing in which competitors lie face down, and descend head first (compare luge)
The system that provides support to an organism, internal and made up of bones and cartilage in vertebrates, external in some other animals

At the foot of a pretty big pine, and involved in a green creeper, which had even partly lifted some of the smaller bones, a human skeleton lay, with a few shreds of clothing, on the ground.

A very thin person

She lost so much weight while she was ill that she became a skeleton.

to minimize
The vertices and edges of a polyhedron, taken collectively
{n} the human bones entire, one very thin
a framework
A face first, on your belly joyride Check out the skeleton HERE
The collection of tiles that have been played during the course of a game The skeleton is normally arranged with tiles touching end to end, stretching lengthwise except when a double is played straddling or crosswise to the line as depicted in the photo at the top of this page Some games allow new tiles to played only on two ends of the skeleton, other games allow an additional two ends to the skeleton played from the first double that is placed on the skeleton (see spinner)
A supporting internal framework
A very thin or lean person
Any supermodel
{i} framework of bones that supports the body of an organism; framework, support structure; very thin person or animal; something that is reduced to its most basic form; secret or shameful information
The skeleton for a remote object is a server-side entity that dispatches calls to the actual remote object implementation
The object-interface-specific ORB component which assists an object adapter in passing requests to particular methods
The bony and cartilaginous framework which supports the soft parts of a vertebrate animal
A hierarchy of joints that define the inner structure of a character
a scandal that is kept secret; "there must be a skeleton somewhere in that family's closet"
Consisting of, or resembling, a skeleton; consisting merely of the framework or outlines; having only certain leading features of anything; as, a skeleton sermon; a skeleton crystal
A supporting structure for the lantern room that is open and not enclosed in a brick or metal tower Examples include Sanibel Island FL , Sturgeon Bay Canal WI, and New Point Loma CA
something reduced to its minimal form; "the battalion was a mere skeleton of its former self"; "the bare skeleton of a novel"
Skeleton watch: watch in which the case and various parts of the movement are of transparent material, enabling the main parts of the watch to be seen
Your skeleton is the framework of bones in your body. a human skeleton
A representation of the edges of a polyhedron
something reduced to its minimal form; "the battalion was a mere skeleton of its former self"; "the bare skeleton of a novel
In RMI, the complement of the stub Together, skeletons and stubs form the interface between the RMI services and the code that calls and implements remote objects
If you say that someone has a skeleton in the closet, or in British English a skeleton in the cupboard, you mean that they are keeping secret a bad or embarrassing fact about themselves. Mr Worthing is this election's Mr Nice Guy, without any skeletons in his cupboard. Bony framework of the body. It includes the skull, vertebral column, collarbone, shoulder blades, rib cage, pelvic girdle and the bones of the hands, arms, feet, and legs. The skeleton supports the body and protects its internal organs. It is held together by ligaments and moved at the joints by the muscles, which are attached to it. The skeletal system includes both bones and cartilage
A skeleton acts as the interface between the EAServer runtime environment and the user code that implements the method Skeletons are compiled and linked with each of the components, and at runtime, they enable EAServer to locate and invoke an appropriate method
The more or less firm or hardened framework of an invertebrate animal
A type of tobogganning in which competitors lie face down, and descend head first (compare luge)
the internal supporting structure that gives an artifact its shape; "the building has a steel skeleton"
The heads and outline of a literary production, especially of a sermon
the hard structure (bones and cartilages) that provides a frame for the body of an animal
The skeleton of something such as a building or a plan is its basic framework. Only skeletons of buildings remained
The WebLogic Enterprise Object Request Broker (ORB) component that is specific to the object interface and that assists an Object Adapter in passing requests to particular methods
A skeleton acts as the interface between the Jaguar run-time environment and the user code that implements the method Skeletons are compiled and linked with each of the components, and at run time they enable Jaguar to locate and invoke an appropriate method
The hard framework of an animal which protects and supports the body
The rigid framework of bones that gives form to the body, protects and supports the soft organs and tissues, and provides attachments for muscles
the internal supporting structure that gives an artifact its shape; "the building has a steel skeleton" a scandal that is kept secret; "there must be a skeleton somewhere in that family's closet" something reduced to its minimal form; "the battalion was a mere skeleton of its former self"; "the bare skeleton of a novel
A skeleton staff is the smallest number of staff necessary in order to run an organization or service. Only a skeleton staff remains to show anyone interested around the site
{s} pertaining to a skeleton; serving as a supporting framework; minimal, reduced to the most basic level
Same as Servant
The framework of anything; the principal parts that support the rest, but without the appendages
skeleton crew
The minimum number of personnel needed to operate and maintain an item at its most simple operating requirements, such as a ship or business, during an emergency or shut down, and at the same time, to keep vital functions operating
skeleton in the closet
A shameful secret
skeleton in the cupboard
A shameful secret
skeleton key
A key that has parts filed away so that it will open a range of locks
skeleton keys
plural form of skeleton key
skeleton staff
The minimum number of employees needed to operate a business during a vacation, weekend, or other period when people do not normally work, or full staffing is not necessary

But you must keep skeleton staff on duty at all car parks while the event is still open.

skeleton staffs
plural form of skeleton staff
skeleton in the closet
(deyim) A discreditable or embarrassing fact that someone wishes to keep secret
skeleton account
graph in the form of a T that is used to graph accounting activity
skeleton at the feast
sad thing among happy events, something depressing amid a lot of joy
skeleton fork fern
pantropical epiphytic or terrestrial whisk fern with usually dull yellow branches and minute leaves; America; Japan; Australia
skeleton in the closet
bad record, matter to hide
skeleton in the cupboard
something that one prefers to hide
skeleton key
A skeleton key is a key which has been specially made so that it will open many different locks. A key with a large portion of the bit filed away so that it can open different locks. Also called passkey. a key made to open a number of different locks
skeleton key
a passkey with much of the bit filed away so that it can open different locks
skeleton key
master key, key that can open all doors
skeleton shrimp
small amphipod crustacean having a grotesque form suggestive of the praying mantis; found chiefly on seaweed
skeleton sledding
Winter sport similar to lugeing in which a small sled is ridden downhill in a headfirst, prone position. The sport of skeleton sledding developed in the 1880s on the famed Cresta Run at Saint Moritz, Switz. The "bony" look of the early sleds gave the sport its name. Riders attain speeds of more than 80 miles (129 km) per hour. It was first contested at the Olympic games in 1928
skeleton staff
reduced staff, reduced number of employees
hydrostatic skeleton
a fluid-filled cavity that surrounds the soft bodies of certain invertebrates such as jellyfish
skeletally
In a skeletal manner
skeletally
With regard to the skeleton
skeleton.
ottomy
skeletons
plural form of skeleton
A skeleton
atomy
A skeleton
skelet
aeroplane skeleton
inner supporting framework of an aeroplane
appendicular skeleton
the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle and the pelvic girdle and the upper and lower limbs
axial skeleton
The bones constituting the head and trunk of a vertebrate body
axial skeleton
the part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal column and sternum and ribs
reduced to a skeleton
decayed until only bone remained; lost so much weight that he looked like a walking skeleton
skeletally
in a skeletal manner, as a skeleton, like a skeleton
skeletons
plural of skeleton
skeletons
Shameful secrets (pluralia tantum; shortened from skeletons in the cupboard or skeletons in the closet)
skeleton