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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} köle gibi çalışmak

Lincoln bütün kölelerin serbest bırakılmasını kabul etti. - Lincoln agreed that all slaves should be freed.

O, kölelerinin özgürlüğünü garantiledi. - He guaranteed his slaves' freedom.

{i} esir

ABD'nin her yerinde köleliği yasaklamak istediler. - They wanted to ban slavery everywhere in the United States.

Kölelik, Abd'de 1865 yılına kadar kaldırılmadı. - Slavery was not abolished in the U.S. until 1865.

(Bilgisayar) bağımlı
ırgat gibi çalışmak
bağımlı birim
{i} kul
(away ile) köle gibi çalışmak
slave labor esir işi
slave driver köle gibi adam çalıştıran kimse
köle gibi çalışan kimse
esir etmek
zoraki yaptırılan iş
köle,v.esir et: n.esir
{f} didinmek
köle yapmak
{f} (away) köle gibi çalışmak
slave away at dinlenmeden çalışmak
{f} eşek gibi çalışmak
esir etme
slave away
köle gibi çalışmak
slave cylinder
debriyaj merkezi
slave file
bağımlı kütük
slave mode
yamak türü çalışma
slave mode
yamak kipi
slave terminal
bağımlı uçbirim
slave unit
bağımlı birim
slave away at
dinlenmeden çalışmak
slave driver
insanı köle gibi çalıştıran amir
slave file
köle kütük
slave file
bağımlı dosya
slave microcomputer
köle mikrobilgisayar
slave mode
bağımlı işletim kipi
slave mode
köle modu
slave relay
ara rölesi
slave relay
yardımcı röle
slave ship
esir gemisi
slave ship
köle taşıyan gemi
slave station
bağımlı uçbirim
slave store
bağımlı bellek
slave store
köle bellek
slave trade
köle ticareti
slave unit
köle birim
slave labour
köle işgücü
slave raider
köle toplayıcısı
slave relay
yardımcı role, ara rölesi
slave store
bağımlı bellek, köle bellek
slave unit
bağımlı birim, köle birim
slave channel
(Nükleer Bilimler) köle kanal
slave channel analysis
(Nükleer Bilimler) seçilmiş kanal analizi
slave clock
(Telekom) yardımcı saat
slave coast
köle kıyısı
slave controller
takip eden kontrolör
slave cylinder spring
(Otomotiv) debriyaj alt merkezi yayı
slave dealer
esir tüccarı
slave driver
slave driver
köle gibi çalıştıran kimse
slave driver
köle gözcüsü
slave driver
(Ticaret) köle gibi çalıştıran amir
slave file
ba¤imli kutuk
slave mode
yamak turu calisma, yamak kipi
slave station
köle istasyon
slave station
bağımlı istasyon
slave stats
(Bilgisayar) bağımlı istatistiği
slave terminal
ba¤imli ucbirim
slave to wage
maaşa mahkum
slave trade
esir ticareti
slave trader
köle tüccarı
slave trader
esir tüccarı
slave trader
a slave
kulluk etmek
bond slave
bond slave
consumption slave
tüketim esiri
female slave
master slave
(Bilgisayar) ağa köle
master slave system
uydu bilgisayar sistemi
master/slave system
efendi/köle sistemi
galley slave
jack slave
jack köle
regular slave
Düzenli köle
white slave
beyaz köle
be slave to
kölesi olmak
chattel slave
female slave
galley slave
kürek mahkümu
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) efendi-köle (hegel)
master/slave system
wage slave
bordro mahkumu
white slave agent
beyaz kadın taciri
white slave trade
beyaz kadın ticareti
İngilizce - İngilizce
An information worker who has signed a non-compete clause in return for employment
A device that is controlled by another device
To work hard

I was slaving all day over a hot stove.

A person who is legally obliged by prior contract (oral or written) to work for another, with contractually limited rights to bargain; an indentured servant
A person who is forced against his/her will to perform, for another person or other persons, sexual acts or other personal services on a regular or continuing basis
A person who is the property of another person and whose labor and also whose life often is subject to the owner's volition
{n} one deprived of freedom, a drudge
{v} to drudge, toil, toil much, work hard
If you say that a person is slaving over something or is slaving for someone, you mean that they are working very hard. When you're busy all day the last thing you want to do is spend hours slaving over a hot stove. Slave away means the same as slave. He stares at the hundreds of workers slaving away in the intense sun. to work very hard with little time to rest slave away (at sth). Fugitive Slave Acts Great Slave Lake Lesser Slave Lake slave code slave narrative Slave River slave trade
The following object in a relationship Such a relationship can be created between some objects
1 = slave station
a mechanism under control of the actions of a similar mechanism Normally used with a PLC 3-way RF receiver switch or relay device
An abject person; a wretch
an authoritative server that uses AXFR or IXFR to retrieve the zone and is named in the zone's NS RRset
Any device that is under the control of another device The device that controls slave devices is called a master
work very hard, like a slave
a person who is owned by someone
A person who is held in bondage to another; one who is wholly subject to the will of another; one who is held as a chattel; one who has no freedom of action, but whose person and services are wholly under the control of another
One who has lost the power of resistance; one who surrenders himself to any power whatever; as, a slave to passion, to lust, to strong drink, to ambition
A person who is forced to perform sexual acts or other acts on a regular or continuing basis against their will
{i} person who belongs to and is completely subject to another; one who is under the influence or domination of a person or thing; drudge; slave ant; system that serves another computer that is connected to it (Computers)
A person who is forced to work for another, especially without pay
An information worker who has signed a non-compete clause, in return for employment
a person who is owned by someone someone who works as hard as a slave someone entirely dominated by some influence or person; "a slave to fashion"; "a slave to cocaine"; "his mother was his abject slave"
A node that is controlled by the central computer or hub
To drudge; to toil; to labor as a slave
held in servitude; "he was born of slave parents"
You can describe someone as a slave when they are completely under the control of another person or of a powerful influence. Movie stars used to be slaves to the studio system
an SPI participant that responds passively to data transfer actions initiated by the SPI system master
A person who is considered to be the personal property of his owner In some societies, such as Ancient Greece and Ancient Persia, the treatment of slaves was strictly controlled by law In most cases, however, a slave was considered as an object and his owner could treat him as he wanted
1} See server 2} One who is indentured to another 3} One who has no rights as a human being 4} One who is owned by another
A drudge; one who labors like a slave
A person who is owned by another, as their property
{f} work as a slave; work like a slave, drudge, toil, labour; enslave, traffic in slaves
To enslave
Any device that is controlled by another device; the controlling device is called a master
A slave is someone who is the property of another person and has to work for that person. The state of Liberia was formed a century and a half ago by freed slaves from the United States
Device controlled by master
a computer which is controlled by another computer (the master)
A device that gets its instructions from another device Commonly found with the IDE system
a person who belongs to another person
1 A device that either transfers or receives data under the control of a master device 2 The client that responds, generally without software support, to a direct memory access (DMA) transfer that is initiated by another client HIPPI
A machine or component controlled by another machine or component When two devices are synchronized to one another it is necessary to have one be the master and the other the slave The slave unit responds to commands or information from the master and is thus controlled by it This is the basic principle behind all synchronization in audio and video For example, if a computer system is following an analog tape machine (or video deck) it can be said to be "slaved" to it
someone who works as hard as a slave
A device that get's its instructions from another device Commonly found with the IDE system
someone entirely dominated by some influence or person; "a slave to fashion"; "a slave to cocaine"; "his mother was his abject slave"
A slave link is a field that is linked to a master field and its associated slider The first link selected is the "master;" all other links to the same slider are the "slaves " A slave link is designated by a prime (apostrophe) after the link letter (for example, B') Changing the value of the master link allows the user to change the values of the associated slave links by a similar proportion Changing the value of a slave link will change the ratio between the slave link and the other links of that slider
{n} slobber
Slave Dynasty
A dynasty in 13th-century India, founded by a Turkish ex-slave
slave away
to work very hard

It’s just the socially approved ones that transfer wealth from men to women, like slaving away in a corporate hellhole and buying dinner at expensive restaurants, that don’t raise the shaming hackles of banal, unreconstructed feminists like McArdle.

slave code
Any of several laws that regulated slavery
slave codes
plural form of slave code
slave driver
An employer who demands excessive work from the employee
slave labour
Using slaves to do work
slave labour
The employment of workers for small amounts of money to do tedious tasks
slave to fashion
A person who is particularly concerned that his or her clothing and physical appearance conform to the current, accepted style

The orders were simple: keep it plain, keep it proletarian. Apparently, Lenin was never a slave to fashion when he was alive, so officials thought he should not be one in death.

slave trade
traffic in slaves
a person who demands excessive amounts of work from employees

He's such a slave-driver! I can't believe he wants us to come in on Saturday.

A person who puts slaves to work
A female slave
A female required to perform sexual acts, a sex-slave
slave maker
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) An ant that attacks colonies of other ant species and carries off the young to be reared as slave ants
Slave Coast
A region of coastal western Africa along the Bight of Benin roughly corresponding to modern-day Benin and Togo. It was notorious as the exportation base for slaves from the 16th century to the early 19th century
Slave River
A river, about 499 km (310 mi) long, of west-central Canada flowing between Lake Athabasca in northeast Alberta and Great Slave Lake in the southern Northwest Territories. It forms the central section of the Mackenzie River system. River, northern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories, Canada. Forming an integral part of the Mackenzie River waterway, the river flows northward 258 mi (415 km) from Lake Athabasca before emptying into Great Slave Lake near Fort Resolution. The Peace River and several small streams enter it along its course
slave ant
An ant captured and raised as a worker by slave-making ants
slave ant
any of various ants captured as larvae and enslaved by another species
slave ant
worker ant, ant which serves the queen ant
slave away
see slave 3
slave bracelet
fetters, ankle chains
slave code
In U.S. history, law governing the status of slaves, enacted by those colonies or states that permitted slavery. Slaves were considered property rather than persons. They had few legal rights: in court, their testimony was inadmissible in cases involving whites; they could make no contract nor own any property; they could not strike a white person, even if attacked by one; they could not be away from their owner's premises without permission; they could not assemble unless a white person was present; they could not be taught to read or write; and they were not permitted to marry. Offenders were subject to severe punishment, including whipping, branding, imprisonment, and death. See also black code
slave driver
someone who makes people work very hard - used in a disapproving or humorous way
slave driver
a cruel employer who demands excessive work from the employees
slave driver
a supervisor of slaves at work a cruel employer who demands excessive work from the employees
slave driver
a supervisor of slaves at work
slave driver
one who supervises workers; tyrant, oppressor, one who exploits
slave labour
slave la·bour in AM, use slave labor1. Slave labour refers to slaves or to work done by slaves. The children were used as slave labour in gold mines in the jungle
slave labour
disapproval If people work very hard for long hours for very little money, you can refer to it as slave labour. He's been forced into slave labour at burger bars to earn a bit of cash
slave market
market where slaves were offered up for sale; condition of over-supply which causes employers to take advantage of their employees
slave market
a marketplace where slaves were auctioned off (especially in the southern United States before the Civil War)
slave narrative
Account of the life, or a major portion of the life, of a fugitive or former slave, either written or orally related by the slave himself or herself. A Narrative of the Uncommon Sufferings and Surprising Deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro Man (1760) is often considered the first example. The first slave narrative to become an international best-seller was the two-volume Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African (1789), but evidence turned up at the outset of the 21st century suggests that the author was born in South Carolina rather than Africa i.e., that at least part of the work is not autobiographical. The major period of slave narratives was 1830-60. Some were factual autobiographies, while others were influenced or sensationalized by the writer's desire to arouse sympathy for the abolitionist cause. The genre reached its height with the autobiography of Frederick Douglass (1845). In the 20th century, documentary narratives were compiled from recorded interviews with former slaves
slave ship
ship which carries a slave to their owners
slave ship
a ship used to transport slaves from their homes to places of bondage
slave state
any of the southern states in which slavery was legal prior to the Civil War
slave terminal
computer that has input/output capability only and serves a central computer
slave to fashion
person who follows the latest trends simply because they are fashionable
slave to one's passion
one who cannot control his urges
slave trade
traffic in slaves; especially in Black Africans transported to America in the 16th to 19th centuries
slave trade
The slave trade is the buying and selling of slaves, especially Black Africans, from the 16th to the 19th centuries. profits from the slave trade. Traffic in slaves. Capturing, selling, and buying of slaves. Slavery has existed throughout the world from ancient times, and trading in slaves has been equally universal. Slaves were taken from the Slavs and Iranians from antiquity to the 19th century, from the sub-Saharan Africans from the 1st century AD to the mid-20th century, and from the Germanic, Celtic, and Romance peoples during the Viking era. Elaborate trade networks developed: for example, in the 9th and 10th centuries, Vikings might sell East Slavic slaves to Arab and Jewish traders, who would take them to Verdun and León, whence they might be sold throughout Moorish Spain and North Africa. The transatlantic slave trade is perhaps the best-known. In Africa, women and children but not men were wanted as slaves for labour and for lineage incorporation; from 1500, captive men were taken to the coast and sold to Europeans. They were then transported to the Caribbean or Brazil, where they were sold at auction and taken throughout the New World. In the 17th and 18th centuries, African slaves were traded in the Caribbean for molasses, which was made into rum in the American colonies and traded back to Africa for more slaves
slave trade
selling and distribution of slaves
held in servitude; "he was born of slave parents
slave-making ant
an ant that attacks colonies of other ant species and carries off the young to be reared as slaves
galley slave
A slave who rows in a galley
no slave to fashion
A person whose style of clothing and appearance are unconventional, informal, or slovenly; a person who takes little interest in how he or she is dressed

Hilarie Burton, a star of the television drama One Tree Hill, is no slave to fashion. “I like things that are abstract and cut weird,” Ms. Burton, 23, said recently.

sex slave
a person who is forced into prostitution and denied freedom of movement
wage slave
someone who feels compelled to work in return for wages in order to survive
what did your last slave die of
Used to indicate that someone is being bossy and/or demanding, usually to an unreasonable extent
white slave
a woman (of European descent) sold into prostitution, especially when transported to a foreign country
A slave
Fugitive Slave Acts
U.S. laws of 1793 and 1850 (repealed in 1864) that provided for the seizure and return of runaway slaves. The 1793 law authorized a judge alone to decide the status of an alleged fugitive slave. Northern opposition led to enactment of state personal-liberty laws that entitled slaves to a jury trial and as early as 1810 prompted individuals to aid the Underground Railroad. Increased pressure from the South brought passage of the second statute in 1850, as part of the Compromise of 1850. It imposed penalties on federal marshals who refused to enforce the law and on individuals who helped slaves to escape; fugitives could not testify on their own behalf, nor were they permitted a jury trial. Its severity led to increased interest in the abolition movement. Additional personal-liberty laws enacted by northern states to thwart the act were cited by South Carolina as justification for its secession in 1860
Great Slave
{i} lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada
Great Slave Lake
A lake of southern Northwest Territories, Canada. The British fur trader Samuel Hearne (1745-1792) came upon the lake in 1771 while exploring for the Hudson's Bay Company. Lake, south-central Northwest Territories, Canada. Named for the Slave Indians, it is fed by several rivers, including the Slave, and drained by the Mackenzie River into the Arctic Ocean. The lake, with an area of 11,031 sq mi (28,570 sq km), is the fifth largest in North America. It is 300 mi (500 km) long and 30-140 mi (50-225 km) wide, with a maximum depth of more than 2,000 ft (600 m). While supporting a fishing industry, the lake is an integral part of the Mackenzie River waterway
Lesser Slave Lake
A lake of central Alberta, Canada, drained by the Lesser Slave River, a tributary of the Athabasca River. Lake, central Alberta, Canada. Located northwest of Edmonton and south of Great Slave Lake, it occupies an area of 451 sq mi (1,168 sq km) and drains into the Athabasca River via the Lesser Slave River. Its name refers to the Slave (Dogrib) Indians, who once inhabited its shores
galley slave
slave forced to operate an oar on a galley, slave who rows on a galley (ancient sailing vessel propelled by oars and sails)
galley slave
a slave condemned to row in a galley
great slave lake
a lake in the Northwest Territories in northwestern Canada; drained by the Mackenzie River
his slave
his bondsman, his servant, his vassal
past of slave
In the Iron Age – and before the Roman Conquest – there was a trade in exporting slaves from Britain to mainland Europe
unfree man or woman
Plural for of a slave
A Main Inventory Table field designating that slaves are listed, usually by name, in the probate inventory While not included in the database, names and ages of slaves, when recorded, are part of the complete inventory transcription
present participle of slave
wage slave
A wage earner whose livelihood is completely dependent on the wages earned
white slave
a woman sold into prostitution
white slave
A woman held unwillingly for purposes of prostitution
white slave
A woman held in involuntary confinement for purposes of prostitution; loosely, any woman forced into unwilling prostitution
work like a slave
work hard, slave away

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    master, be lazy


    /ˈslāv/ /ˈsleɪv/


    [ 'slAv ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English, from Old French sclave, from Medieval Latin sclavus (“slave”) Byzantine Greek σκλάβος Old Church Slavonic словѣнинъ, словѣне (“Slav”). Slavs were often enslaved during the early Middle Ages, hence the semantic correspondence; a similar use is in Old English wealh, originally meaning “Celt” (and origin of Welsh), but likewise extended to mean “slave”. Concerning toponyms of the type “slave”, they are very often ascribed to a presence of Slavs but sometimes this can be a para-etymology. Some linguists, for example italian Alberto Manco, connect them to a designation of the territory relevant to a linguistic systemic stage which is prior to both the result “slave”. Alberto Manco, On the toponym Schiava ‘slave’, Indogermanische Forschungen 113/2008.


    slaves, slaving, slaved

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