strand

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kıyı, sahil, kenar. f
{i} saç tutamı
{i} saç teli
ipliğin bir teli
bükmek (ip)
zor durumda bırakmak
kumsal
sahil

Timmendorfer Strand tanınmış bir sahil kasabasıdır. - Timmendorfer Strand is a well-known beach town.

halatın bir kolu
tel

O, sakalındaki az sayıda telden birini yoldu. - He plucked one of his few strands of beard.

kıyı
{f} karaya otur

Eğer ıssız bir adada karaya otursaydın, okumak için yanında hangi kitapların olmasını isterdin? - If you were stranded on a desert island, what books would you want to have with you to read?

O, şehirde karaya oturmuştu. - She was stranded in the city.

yalı
karaya oturtmak
karaya oturmak
iplik
kenar, kıyı, sahil, yalı, yalı boyu
zor durumda kalmak
karaya otur(mak)
(fiil) karaya oturtmak, başarısızlığa uğramak, karaya oturmak, bükmek (ip vb.), telini koparmak (kablo vb.)
{f} başarısızlığa uğramak
karaya oturt
(Tekstil) ipin elyafından her biri
be stranded karaya oturtulmak
tel/sahil
{i} boncuk dizisi
yolda kalmak
kenar
yalı boyu
{i} aşama
{f} bükmek (ip vb.)
{i} halat bükümü
{i} ip teli
vasıtasız kalmak
halatın bi
{f} telini koparmak (kablo vb.)
parasız kalmak
kordon
halat kolu
strand board
yonga levha
strand of
iplikçiğinin
stranded
sıkışmış
chopped strand
(Tekstil) kırpılmış elyaf
stranded
(gemi) karaya oturmuş
stranded
parasız
stranded
{f} karaya otur

Eğer ıssız bir adada karaya otursaydın, okumak için yanında hangi kitapların olmasını isterdin? - If you were stranded on a desert island, what books would you want to have with you to read?

O, şehirde karaya oturmuştu. - She was stranded in the city.

stranded
güç durumda
fine-strand
ince iplik
glass strand
camdan yapılma kolye dizisi
major strand
ana esas
stranded
karaya oturan
stranding
büküm
stranding
karaya oturma
template strand
strand şablon
access strand
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) erişim halatı
stranded
yolda kalmış
stranded
başarısız olmuş
stranded
karaya oturmuş
stranded
sıkıntıda
stranded
karaya oturt
stranded
sahile vurmak
stranded
yaya kalmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A street in Westminster running from Trafalgar Square to Fleet Street
: To run aground
An individual length of any fine, string-like substance

strand of hair.

A group of wires, usually twisted or braided
A string
To leave (someone) in a difficult situation; to abandon or desert
To cause the third out of an inning to be made, leaving a runner on base

Jones pops up; that's going to strand a pair.

The flat area of land bordering a body of water; a beach or shore
Each of the strings which, twisted together, make up a rope or cord
A series of programmes on a particular theme or linked subject
{n} the verge or shore of the sea, a thred or twist of rope
a street in west central London famous for its theaters and hotels
(London) The bank of the Thames (Saxon for a beach or shore); whence stranded, run ashore or grounded
Beach and very shallow coastal area dominated by shoreline processes particularly wave process
individual component of a thread, which is normally made by twisting a number of strands together
To drive on a strand; hence, to run aground; as, to strand a ship
To run aground
a necklace made by a stringing objects together; "a string of beads"; "a strand of pearls"
leave stranded or isolated withe little hope og rescue; "the travellers were marooned"
The shore, especially the beach of a sea, ocean, or large lake; rarely, the margin of a navigable river
a beach
Beach and very shallow coastal area dominated by shoreline processes, particularly wave processes
A strand of a plan or theory is a part of it. There had been two strands to his tactics He's trying to bring together various strands of radical philosophic thought. = element
A graduated sequence of exercises in one skill area, arranged in order of difficulty
of which a rope is composed
If you are stranded, you are prevented from leaving a place, for example because of bad weather. The climbers had been stranded by a storm. A thoroughfare in west-central London, England, running parallel to the northern bank of the Thames River and eastward from Trafalgar Square in the West End to the City of London. Among its well-known fixtures is the Savoy Hotel. a famous street in central London where the Savoy Hotel and many theatres are
One of the wires, or groups of wires, of any stranded conductor
The SHORE or BEACH of the OCEAN or a large lake The land bordering any large body of water, especially a SEA or an arm of the OCEAN
a poetic term for a shore (as the area periodically covered and uncovered by the tides)
An overall mathematical concept; e g , the concept of adding quantities, large or small, is covered under the strand of addition
{i} fibers or filaments twisted together to form a rope (or thread, yarn, etc.); string of pearls or beads; single fiber or filament; lock of hair; shore, beach, land alongside a body of water
(expanded metal) - The single metal strip that forms the border of the diamond, or opening in the expanded metal Go Back
a street in west central London famous for its theaters and hotels a poetic term for a shore (as the area periodically covered and uncovered by the tides)
A strand of something such as hair, wire, or thread is a single thin piece of it. She tried to blow a gray strand of hair from her eyes. high fences, topped by strands of barbed-wire
A single un insulated wire used in combination with other strands or groups of strands to form a conductor
{f} drive up onto the shore; be driven onto the shore; leave someone in a difficult situation; be stuck in a difficult situation
Strand Electric, famous English stage lighting company, now represented all over the world Once boasted that every theatre in the world owned at least one piece of Strand equipment Founded in 1914 by two London theatre electricians - Arthur Earnshaw and Phillip Sheridan
a number of wires grouped together by twisting
To drift, or be driven, on shore to run aground; as, the ship stranded at high water
Normally an untwisted bundle or assembly of continuous filaments used as a unit, including slivers, tow, ends, yarn, etc Sometimes a single fiber or filament is called a strand
a pattern forming a unity within a larger structural whole; "he tried to pick up the strands of his former life"; "I could hear several melodic strands simultaneously"
is a category within a subject area of the Sunshine State Standards For example, language arts strands are reading; writing; listening, viewing and speaking; language; and literature
a very slender natural or synthetic fiber
In the roving process or shop - a primary group of bundles gathered together in a creel A strand is that which is pulled out of a doff A plurality of drawn and elongated individual filaments combined together to form an individual strand Strands are held together and protected by the sizing
Wires twisted together to form a single strand
One of the twists, or strings, as of fibers, wires, etc
The strand is the smallest distance between two adjacent holes With oblong holes we differentiate between top strand and side strand
line consisting of a complex of fibers or filaments that are twisted together to form a thread or a rope or a cable
1 A single optical fiber ad usually its associated buffer jacket 2 A single strand carries optical signals in only one direction
line consisting of a complex of fibers or filaments that are twisted together to form a thread or a rope or a cable a pattern forming a unity within a larger structural whole; "he tried to pick up the strands of his former life"; "I could hear several melodic strands simultaneously"
To break a strand of (a rope)
strand line
the line that marks the interface between land and water; a shoreline; it changes daily, and over geologic time
sense strand
A strand of (two-standed) DNA which is transcribed into mRNA
stranded
Run aground on a shore or reef
stranded
Simple past tense and past participle of strand
template strand
DNA strand that is used for transcript Mrna sequences
Mark Strand
born April 11, 1934, Summerside, P.E.I., Can. Canadian-born U.S. poet and writer of short fiction. Educated in the U.S., he taught at several American universities. His poetry, influenced by Latin American surrealism and European writers such as Franz Kafka, is known for its symbolic imagery and its minimalist sensibility. His volumes include the collections Sleeping with One Eye Open (1964), The Story of Our Lives (1973), and Blizzard of One (1998); Dark Harbor (1993), a book-length poem; and Mr. and Mrs. Baby and Other Stories (1985). He was named U.S. poet laureate in 1990
Paul Strand
born Oct. 16, 1890, New York, N.Y., U.S. died March 31, 1976, Oregeval, France U.S. photographer. He studied photography with Lewis Hine. At Hine's urging, he frequented Alfred Stieglitz's "291" gallery; the avant-garde paintings by Pablo Picasso, Paul Cézanne, and Georges Braque that he saw there led him to emphasize abstract form and pattern in his photographs, such as Wall Street (1915). He rejected soft-focus Pictorialism in favour of the minute detail and rich tonal range afforded by the use of large-format cameras. Much of his later work was devoted to North American and European scenes and landscapes. He collaborated on documentary films with Charles Sheeler and Pare Lorentz
Stranded
astrand
stranded
abandoned or marooned
stranded
{s} cut off, isolated, abandoned; marooned on a reef or section of land, run aground
stranded
a person or vehicle that is stranded is unable to move from the place where they are = stuck
stranded
past of strand
stranded
cut off or left behind; "an isolated pawn"; "several stranded fish in a tide pool"; "travelers marooned by the blizzard"
stranded
with the bottom lodged on a reef or shoal in shallow water
stranding
present participle of strand
strands
Third person singular simple present of to strand
strands
The important elements of environmental education Identified are three strands "Education FROM, ABOUT and FOR the environment" These are not mutually exclusive at any stage in formal education The establishment of an environmental ethic should parallel these processes Education from the Environment, where the environment is used as a familiar and relevant resource for educational purposes In this way a good deal of knowledge and understanding as well as the skills required will be developed by pupils Education about the Environment, with the purpose of developing knowledge and understanding about values and attitudes Education for the Environment, should lead to the inculcation of responsible actions in the environment and for the environment,with an understanding of statutory and accepted codes of behaviour
strands
refer to the substantive areas in which CCIs focus their work This term is used here to reflect the efforts of CCIs to "weave" together several substantive areas to achieve a comprehensive approach to community strengthening and revitalization
strands
the 'sub-sets' or sub-skills of a learning outcome
strands
the largest elements of rope, spun right-handed to form the rope itself
strands
Plural of strand
strand