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İngilizce - Türkçe
(isim) Çelik

Geçen yıl çelik üretiminin 100 milyon tona ulaştığı tahmin edilmektedir. - Steel production is estimated to have reached 100 million tons last year.

Çelik tuzakları yasadışıdır. - Steel traps are illegal.

çelik üretimine ait
çelik kaplamak
paslanmaya dayanıklı çelik
{f} hazırla
{f} çelik gibi yapmak
(Tıp) Karbonla karışık demir, çelik
{s} katı
çelik kaplamak veya katmak
çelik bileği
çelikten yapılan alet
{i} çelik eşya
{s} çelik gibi

Çelik gibi bir iradesi var. - He has a will of steel.

çelik,v.hazırla: n.çelik
çelikten yapılmış

O, çelikten yapılmış bir bağaja sahiptir. - He has a grip of steel.

çelik gibi sertleştirmek
{f} çeliklemek
{s} duygusuz
{f} güçlendirmek
steel bl
{s} çok güçlü. f
{i} çelik korse şeridi
(Gıda) biley çubuğu
çok güçlü
steel rope
çelik halat
steel billet
Çelik kütük
steel alloy
çelik alaşım
steel ball
(Tekstil) çelik bilye
steel bars
çelik kalıp
steel base
çelik temel
steel bit
çelik uç
steel bloom
çelik kütük
steel boat
çelik tekne
steel box
çelik kutu
steel case
çelik kafes
steel community
steel construction
çelik inşaat
steel core
çelik çekirdekli
steel core
(Askeri) çelik çekirdek
steel dam
çelik baraj
steel disc
çelik disk
steel door
çelik kapı
steel dust
çelik tozu
steel fiber
(Madencilik) çelik lif
steel fibre
çelik iplik
steel fixer
soğuk demirci
steel floor
çelik taban
steel form
çelik kalıp
steel grit
çelik taneciği
steel hoop
çelik çember
steel lung
(Tıp) çelik ciğer
steel mesh
çelik hasır
steel nut
çelik somun
steel pen
çelik kalem
steel pile
çelik kazık
steel pile
demir kazık
steel pin
çelik pim
steel rail
çelik ray
steel roll
saç rulo
steel roll
çelik rulo
steel roll
rulo çelik
steel roll
rulo sac
steel rule
(Otomotiv) çelik şerit metre
steel rule
(Otomotiv) çelik metre
steel rule
çelik cetvel
steel shot
(Avcılık) çelik saçma
steel shot
çelik bilye
steel slab
çelik yassı kütük
steel spar
(Havacılık) çelik lonjeron
steel strut
(Otomotiv) çelik taban
steel tank
çelik depo
steel tank
çelik tank
steel vest
çelik yelek
steel wheel
(Otomotiv) çelik jant
steel wool
çelik tel yumağı
steel work
çelik işleri
steel ball
çelik bilya
steel bar
çelik çubuk
steel belt
çelik bant
steel belt
çelik kayış
steel belt conveyor
çelik bantlı konveyör
steel belt conveyor
çelik kayışlı taşıyıcı
steel cable
çelik kablo
steel coated
çelik kılıflı
steel engraving
çelik oymacılığı
steel pipe
çelik boru
steel plant
demir çelik
steel plate
çelik levha
steel prop
çelik direk
steel ring
çelik çember
steel ring
çelik bilezik
steel shape
çelik profili
steel sheet
çelik sac
steel shell
çelik zarf
steel strip
çelik şerit
steel structure
demir yapı
steel tape
çelik şerit
steel tube
çelik boru
steel wire
çelik tel
steel wool
çelik yün
steel arch
çelik kemer
steel armoured centrifugal
çelik zırhlı santrifüj
steel armoured conduit
çelik zırhlı boru
steel beam
çelik putrel, çelik kırış
steel belt
çelik bant, çelik kayış
steel belt conveyor
çelik bantlı konveyör, çelik kayışlı taşıyıcı
steel business
Çelik iş
steel case systems
çelik kafes sistemleri
steel construction
Çelik konstrüksiyon
steel cord
çelik kordon
steel drum
çelik tambur
steel girder
çelik kiriş
steel grey
çelik gri
steel leaf
çelik yaprak
steel mast
çelik direk
steel melting
çelik eritme
steel mirror
çelik ayna
steel product
çelik ürün
steel production
çelik üretimi
steel rack
çelik raf
steel reinforcement
çelik takviye
steel rod
çelik çubuk
steel scrap out of
bir yerden hurdaya çıkan çelik
steel shop
steel shot
Çelik bilya
steel sink
çelik evye
steel stage
Çelik sahne
steel support
çelik tahkimat/destek
steel tape measure
Çelik şerit metre
steel tooth
çelik diş
steel towel
çelik kule, çelik pilon
steel wheels
çelik jantlar
steel wings
çelik kanatlar
steel workers
çelik işçileri
steel-tube chair
çelik boru sandalye
steel belt
(Otomotiv) çelik kuşak
steel blue
metalik mavi
steel mill
çelik fabrikası

Tom çelik fabrikasında çalışıyor. - Tom works at the steel mill.

O, çelik fabrikasında çalışmaktadır. - He works at the steel mill.

steel sheet
(Mukavele) sac
steel shell
(Otomotiv) çelik kabuk
steel weight
çelik ağırlığı
steel mill

Tom çelikhanede çalışıyor. - Tom works at the steel mill.

steel wool
steel wool
çelik yünü
steel wool
çelik talaşı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A tool used to sharpen or hone knives; a honing steel|honing steel]]
A metal alloy of mostly iron plus carbon, harder than pure iron but malleable when hot
A sword
To harden

The harsh fall weather steeled them against the colder winter.

To hone with a honing steel
To cover with steel
{n} iron combined with a small portion of carbon, armor, weapons, hardness
{v} to edge with steel, firm, hard, unmerciful
get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
A tool used to sharpen or hone knives
An instrument or implement made of steel A weapon, as a sword, dagger, etc
made of steel
Iron with a small percentage of carbon The amount of carbon determines the steel's hardenability The more carbon the harder the steel can be made by heat treatment "Mild steel" contains 0 18 to 0 20% carbon Low carbon steels less, medium and high carbon steels more "High" carbon steels start at roughly 0 75% carbon and may include up to about 1 5% Alloy steels may have more carbon extending into the cast iron range at 2% to 2 5% max Mild and low carbon steels are not considered hardenable for practical purposes but will harden to a small degree Almost all steels contain some alloying ingrediants (other metals) but are not called alloy steels unless the addition is significant or added on purpose Average density mild steel, 7 847 g/cm3, 2835 lbs/cuin, 489 89 lbs/cuft
An alloy of top">iron and top">carbon Steel contains anywhere between 0 2% carbon (for soft wire and sheet steel) and 1 5% carbon (for cutting tools), with small amounts of many other elements often present
Steel is an alloy of iron usually containing less than 1% carbon which is used most frequently in the automotive and construction industries or is cast into bars, strips, sheets, nails, spikes, wire, rods or pipes as needed by the intended user
{f} make strong, toughen, make inflexible; fit or edge with steel
If you steel yourself, you prepare to deal with something unpleasant. Those involved are steeling themselves for the coming battle I was steeling myself to call round when Simon arrived. steel yourself to prepare yourself to do something that you know will be unpleasant or upsetting steel yourself to do sth. Alloy of iron and about 2% or less carbon. Pure iron is soft, but carbon greatly hardens it. Several iron-carbon constituents with different compositions and/or crystal structures exist: austenite, ferrite, pearlite, cementite, and martensite can coexist in complex mixtures and combinations, depending on temperature and carbon content. Each microstructure differs in hardness, strength, toughness, corrosion resistance, and electrical resistivity, so adjusting the carbon content changes the properties. Heat treating, mechanical working at cold or hot temperatures, or addition of alloying elements may also give superior properties. The three major classes are carbon steels, low-alloy steels, and high-alloy steels. Low-alloy steels (with up to 8% alloying elements) are exceptionally strong and are used for machine parts, aircraft landing gear, shafts, hand tools, and gears, and in buildings and bridges. High-alloy steels, with more than 8% alloying elements (e.g., stainless steels) offer unusual properties. Making steel involves melting, purifying (refining), and alloying, carried out at about 2,900°F (1,600°C). Steel is obtained by refining iron (from a blast furnace) or scrap steel by the basic oxygen process, the open-hearth process, or in an electric furnace, then by removing excess carbon and impurities and adding alloying elements. Molten steel can be poured into molds and solidified into ingots; these are reheated and rolled into semifinished shapes which are worked into finished products. Some steps in ingot pouring can be saved by continuous casting. Forming semifinished steel into finished shapes may be done by two major methods: hot-working consists primarily of hammering and pressing (together called forging), extrusion, and rolling the steel under high heat; cold-working, which includes rolling, extrusion, and drawing (see wire drawing), is generally used to make bars, wire, tubes, sheets, and strips. Molten steel can also be cast directly into products. Certain products, particularly of sheet steel, are protected from corrosion by electroplating, galvanizing, or tinplating. Bethlehem Steel Corp. carbon steel European Coal and Steel Community high speed steel stainless steel steel drum tool steel United States Steel Corp. wootz steel
knife sharpener consisting of a ridged steel rod an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range cover, plate, or edge with steel get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
To cover, as an electrotype plate, with a thin layer of iron by electrolysis
(n) An alloy of iron, containing various amounts of carbon, manganese, and one or more other elements, such as sulfur, nickel, silicon, phosphorus, chromium, molybdenum, and vanadium These elements, when combined with iron, form different types of steels with varying properties
The "bow of steel" in (A V ) 2 Sam 22: 35; Job 20: 24; Ps 18: 34 is in the Revised Version "bow of brass" (Heb kesheth-nehushah) In Jer 15: 12 the same word is used, and is also rendered in the Revised Version "brass " But more correctly it is copper (q v ), as brass in the ordinary sense of the word (an alloy of copper and zinc) was not known to the ancients
The iron thus deposited is very hard, like steel
An alloy of iron, carbon and othert metals
Generally defined as a metallic product whose principal element is iron and where the carbon content is not more than 2% (The presence of large quantities of carbide forming elements may modify the upper limit of the carbon content )
A chalybeate medicine
Generic term for the blade
Not used very often throughout a modern R/C kit, steel is a strong yet heavy metal that is still used in some critical parts of today's R/C kit Typical places you can find steel on an R/C car: pinion gears, turnbuckles or threaded rods, axles, dogbones, ball ends, screws and lock nuts
knife sharpener consisting of a ridged steel rod
Category of steel that includes Sheet, Strip and Tin Plate among others
A piece of steel for striking sparks from flint
An alloy of Iron with a small percentage of carbon added It is stronger and more malleable than pure iron, and was used by the Anglo-Saxons for making blades
Anything of extreme hardness; that which is characterized by sternness or rigor
alloy of iron noted for strength, as in: Superman is also called "the man of steel "
an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range
alloy of iron; the most common types are Cor-Ten and stainless
To make hard or strong; hence, to make insensible or obdurate
Chemical symbol Fe Iron smelted with carbon (more than about 0 05% and less than 2%) along with manganese, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorous Steel is the least expensive and most widely used metal Steel is made primarily of iron and carbon with thousands of varieties possible, depending on the content of those elements and such other alloying metals as chromium, nickel, manganese, silicon, vanadium, and molybdenum Stainless steel is the most common of the alloy steels (see CARBON STEEL, ALLOY STEEL, STAINLESS STEEL, SPECIALTY STEEL)
An alloy of iron and carbon, containing no more than 1 74% carbon
Any forgeable iron alloy with a carbon content of up to 2 % By alloying, e g with nickel, chromium, vanadium, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, tungsten, by thermal treatment (annealing, hardening, tempering), by the type of deformation (e g cold-forming, etc ), the properties can vary in large ranges and be adapted to the respective utilization purpose
A malleable alloy of iron and carbon, which is 100 percent recyclable, and also has recycled content Steel is used to make a variety of products, such as cans, car parts, appliances, construction materials, tools, toys, and hundreds of other products for consumer and commercial use
an iron-based alloy containing manganese, usually carbon, and other alloying elements
To cause to resemble steel, as in smoothness, polish, or other qualities
A strong alloy of iron and carbon that contains a lower carbon content than cast iron (lower than 1 7%); used in commercial building because of its malleability under certain conditions
Normal Carbon Steel
{i} hard and strong metal alloy made up of iron and carbon (used for making knives, machines, etc.); object made of steel
Steel is a very strong metal which is made mainly from iron. Steel is used for making many things, for example bridges, buildings, vehicles, and cutlery. steel pipes. the iron and steel industry The front wall is made of corrugated steel. see also stainless steel
an alloy of iron, carbon, and various other elements and metals
a cutting or thrusting weapon with a long blade
Its malleability decreases, and fusibility increases, with an increase in carbon
Steel, unlike wrought iron, can be tempered, and retains magnetism
An instrument of steel (usually a round rod) for sharpening knives
A variety of iron intermediate in composition and properties between wrought iron and cast iron (containing between one half of one per cent and one and a half per cent of carbon), and consisting of an alloy of iron with an iron carbide
iron with carefully specified additions of carbon, manganese and phosphorus
To overlay, point, or edge with steel; as, to steel a razor; to steel an ax
{s} of or pertaining to steel; resembling steel, having the properties of steel
Steel is used to refer to the industry that produces steel and items made of steel. a three-month study of European steel
cover, plate, or edge with steel
Any type of train New school term used to distinguish train and wall work
steel cage match
A special match in wrestling where opponents wrestle inside an enclosed cage surrounded by steel
steel cage matches
plural form of steel cage match
steel magnolia
A woman who exemplifies both traditional femininity as well as an uncommon fortitude

When she's really a steel magnolia?.

steel oneself
To separate mind and body or concentrate in preparation for a rigorous or possibly painful task (e.g. a boxer steeling himself for a match)
steel pan orchestra
a band made up of people who play instruments such as the steelpan
steel rim
a rim made out of steel for the wheel of a car
steel rims
plural form of steel rim
steel wheel
The lowest straight flush, ace-2-3-4-5 (all of the same suit)
steel wheels
plural form of steel wheel
steel wool
Fine strips of steel, usually formed into pads and used as an abrasive
steel-toe boot
A type of boot with a reinforced toe area that protects the foot from falling objects
Attributive form of steel wool

steel-wool abrasiveness.

steel shank
A metal plate in the sole of the boot that makes it more comfortable for a worker to stand for a long time on a narrow peg. It provides extra support for the foot, and is used for climbing
steel band
a band that plays instruments made from the heads of oil drums (Caribbean Islands)
steel blue
of a grayish blue color , having a grayish blue color
steel blue
a grayish blue color
steel drum
A metal percussion instrument of Trinidadian origin, fashioned from an oil barrel and having a concave array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck.steel drummer n. a type of drum from the West Indies, made from oil barrels, which you hit in different areas to produce different musical sounds. Tuned gong made from the end, and part of the wall, of an oil barrel. The barrel's end surface is hammered into a concave shape, and several areas are outlined by chiseled grooves. It is heated and tempered, and bosses or domes are hammered into the outlined areas; the depth, curvature, and size of each boss determines its pitch. Melodies, complex accompaniments, and counterpoint can be played with rubber-tipped mallets on a single drum. The steel drum originated in Trinidad in the 1940s. It is usually played in ensembles, called steel bands, of widely varying sizes
steel engraving
A print from an engraved steel plate Steel engravings are oftentimes recognized by a stiffness found in their paper, although the engraved lines themselves exhibit a very fine quality Steel engraving developed in the late 1700s and early 1800s It was in 1819 that steel engraving gained commercial use when Charles Heath and Jacob Perkins worked together to develop currencies difficult to forgerize Copper plates were found to be made more durable by facing them with steel Steel engraving remained a very important method of printing until around 1880
steel guitar
a musical instrument with ten strings that is played using a steel bar and a pedal (=a bar you press with your foot)
steel guitar
musical instrument having steel strings which produces a twanging sound
steel industry
the industry that makes steel and steel products
steel industry plants
factories that work in steel, steelworks
steel mill
a factory where steel is made
steel mill
{i} steel factory, factory that produces steel, steelworks
steel nail
strong nail which can go through concrete walls
steel one's heart
stiffen his heart, cause his heart to harden
steel oneself against
prepare mentally or emotionally for something unpleasant
steel plate
a plate of steel
steel wool
Steel wool is a mass of fine steel threads twisted together into a small ball and used for cleaning hard surfaces or removing paint. Fine fibers of steel matted or woven together to form an abrasive for cleaning, smoothing, or polishing. a rough material made of fine steel threads, that is used to make surfaces smooth, remove paint etc wire wool
steel drum
a concave percussion instrument made from the metal top of an oil drum; has an array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck (of Caribbean origin)
steel drum
musical instrument made from hammering the bottom of an oil drum into a bowl-shape and striking it with mallets (developed in Trinidad, major instrument of Caribbean music)
steel wool
a mass of woven steel fibers used as an abrasive
steel wool
item made of fibrous coils used for cleaning pots
The process of pointing, edging, or overlaying with steel; specifically, acierage
See Steel, v