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İngilizce - Türkçe
mamul mal
(İnşaat) kaplar
{i} tabak çanak
(fiil) dikkat etmek
{i} porselen eşya
seramik eşya
takım çoğ
{f} dikkat etmek
çanak çömlek
satılacak mallar
{s} farkında

Gerçeğin farkındayım. - I am aware of the fact.

İzlendiğinin farkındaydı. - He was aware of being watched.

{s} haberdar

Zaten ondan haberdarız. - We're already well aware of it.

Neler olup bittiğinden daha fazla haberdar olmak zorundayız. - We have to be more aware of what's going on.

ware receipt
(Ticaret) varan
ware washing machine
eşya yıkama makineleri
ware charges
(Ticaret) mağaza masrafları
ware charges
(Ticaret) mağaza ücreti
ware house
(Askeri) AMBAR; ANTREPO: Depolama maksadıyla yapılan dört duvarlı ve çatılı bina. Bu binanın tabanı yer seviyesinde, vagon veya kamyon yüksekliğinde, bir veya bir kaç kat olabilir. Dış tarafında, yükleme platformlarının (loading platform) bulunması veya bulunmaması, binanın sınıflandırılmasında bir etki yapmaz
ware house chart
(Askeri) AMBAR PLANI: Bak. "planograph"
ware house refusal
(Askeri) AMBAR İSTEK RED İHBARI: Belirli bir ambar tarafından yapılan ve bir istek emrinde gösterilen bir maddenin, tükenmiş olması veya başka nedenlerle mevcut bulunmadığını bildiren ihbar yazısı
ware keeper
(Ticaret) depo memuru
ware keeper
(Ticaret) antrepocu
{s} farkında olan

Az sonra Boston trenine binmek zorunda olacağının farkında olan Tom, peronda Meryem'e tutkuyla sarıldı. - Tom, aware that he would soon have to board the train to Boston, had passionately clung to Mary on the station platform.

{i} satılık eşya
{s} tetikte
glass ware
cam eşya
ware house
(Tıp) depo
{s} uyanık

Her satıcı mallarından övgü ile bahseder. - Every salesman sings the praises of his wares.

O mallarının fiyatını düşürmek zorunda kaldı. - He had to reduce the price of his wares.

farkında olmak

Onun farkında olmak zorundayız. - We have to be aware of that.

common ware
(Arkeoloji) Günlük kullanım için kaplar
copper ware
bakır eşya
dresden ware
dresden eşya
green ware
yeşil eşya
soft ware
yumuşak ware
table ware
masa gereçleri
be awere of farkında olmak
awareness farkında olama
(Avrupa Birliği) (in Resolutions) farkında olarak
farkına varmak
biscuit ware
cilasız toprak kap
biscuit ware
sırsız çanak çömlek
brass ware
pirinç eşyalar
brick ware
(İnşaat) tuğla gereçler
ceramic ware
seramik eşya
china ware
çin porseleni sofra takımı
dresden ware
dresden porseleni
fictile ware
çanak çömlek
free ware
Ücret alınmadan dağıtılan bedava yazılımlara verilen ad . karikatür sitesinden çok sayıda sanatsal karikatürü ücretsiz indirebilir, kullanabilirsiniz
gun ware
(Askeri) AĞIZ BASINÇ DALGASI: Bak. "muzzle wave"
knitting ware
(Tekstil) örme ürünler
pewter ware
kalay ve kurşunlu kap kacak
rustic ware
toprak rengi çini
i., çoğ. satılık mallar
{i} mallar

Her satıcı mallarından övgü ile bahseder. - Every salesman sings the praises of his wares.

O mallarının fiyatını düşürmek zorunda kaldı. - He had to reduce the price of his wares.

İngilizce - İngilizce
To beware of something
A product that is bought or sold; a commodity
{a} wary, cautious, wise
{v} to change a ships course by turning her stern to the wind
{v} to beware
The state of being ware or aware; heed
A ware; taking notice; hence, wary; cautious; on one's guard
Limoges ware Vincennes ware Wedgwood ware
To wear, or veer
generally used to describe any clay object in the green, bisque, or glazed state
Goods, commodities, manufactures or produce of a specific class or kind, usually used in combination
{i} items made of the same material or for the same purpose (e.g. silverware, metalware, software); pottery, earthenware
{f} caution (Old English)
{f} store; be aware
A Detail Inventory Table category including those items listed in inventories as "ware": ceramics, glass, metal, pewter, silver, and wood
articles of the same kind or material; usually used in combination: silverware; software
spend extravagantly; "waste not, want not"
Articles of merchandise; the sum of articles of a particular kind or class; style or class of manufactures; especially, in the plural, goods; commodities; merchandise
any glass or ceramic article
A generic catch-all term referring to ceramic pieces It is usually combined with adjectives to form compound words such as kitchenware, dinnerware, earthenware, stoneware, and ovenware See also flameware, ovenware
To make ware; to warn; to take heed of; to beware of; to guard against
article of merchandise, as in: I saw all the new software at Spring Internet World
Used to form nouns denoting, collectively, items made from a particular substance


Used to form nouns denoting, collectively, items of a particular kind or for a particular use


Used to form nouns denoting various

e.g. groupware in computer-mediated communication).

iridescent ware
Alternative name of carnival glass
sanitary ware
The ceramic wares often found in a bathroom/toilet including, WCs, sinks, urinals etc
plural form of ware
{n} goods to be sold, any merchandise
sanitary ware
Ceramic plumbing fixtures (as sinks, lavatories, or toilet bowls)
Corning Ware
a type of glass, usually white, which does not break easily and is used for making pots, pans, and baking dishes. It is sold in the US
Limoges ware
Porcelain, largely service ware, produced in Limoges, France, from the 18th century. Faience of undistinguished quality was produced there from 1736, but the manufacture of hard-paste, or true, porcelain dates only from 1771. In 1784 the factory was acquired as an adjunct of the royal factory at Sèvres (see Sèvres porcelain), and the decorations of the two wares became similar. After 1858 Limoges became a mass exporter of porcelain to the U.S. under the name Haviland
Vincennes ware
Pottery made at Vincennes, France, from 1740 until 1756 (three years after it had become the royal manufactory), when the enterprise moved to Sèvres, near Versailles. Typical Vincennes pottery included biscuit (white, unglazed soft-paste) figures and soft-paste flowers on wire stems or applied to vases. From 1756 to 1770 pottery continued to be made at Vincennes, both tin-glazed earthenware (officially) and soft-paste porcelain (clandestinely, in defiance of a Sèvres monopoly). See also Sèvres porcelain
Wedgwood ware
English stoneware made by Staffordshire factories originally established by Josiah Wedgwood. Creamware appealed to the middle class because of its high quality, durability, and affordability. Black basaltes (from 1768), unglazed stoneware of fine texture that was ideal for imitating antique and Renaissance objects, appealed to antiquarians. Also in the Neoclassical tradition was jasperware (from 1775), a white, matte, unglazed stoneware that could be stained. White ornaments were applied to the coloured body, achieving the look of an antique cameo. With the help of such artists as John Flaxman, Wedgwood copied many antique designs. Production of fine Wedgwood ware continues to the present day
albert ware
A soft ornamental terra-cotta pottery, sold in the biscuit state for decorating
belleek ware
A very fine kind is made at Belleek in Ireland
belleek ware
A porcelainlike kind of decorative pottery with a high gloss, which is sometimes iridescent
biddery ware
The material is a composition of zinc, tin, and lead, in which ornaments of gold and silver are inlaid or damascened
biddery ware
A kind of metallic ware made in India
ceramic ware
utensils made from ceramic material
china ware
tableware made of porcelain
copper ware
dishes and tools made from copper
dresden ware
A superior kind of decorated porcelain made near Dresden in Saxony
glass ware
items made from glass
raku ware
A kind of earthenware made in Japan, resembling Satsuma ware, but having a paler color
sanitary ware
enamel or ceramic plumbing fixtures (toilet bowls, lavatories, sinks)
satsuma ware
A kind of ornamental hard-glazed pottery made at Satsuma in Kiushu, one of the Japanese islands
scroddled ware
Mottled pottery made from scraps of differently colored clays
commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
See 4th Ware
{i} goods, merchandise
Someone's wares are the things that they sell, usually in the street or in a market. Vendors displayed their wares in baskets or on the ground. things that are for sale, usually not in a shop (Plural of ware; -WARE)
Items that are for sale
present participle of ware
wedgwood ware
A kind of fine pottery, the most remarkable being what is called jasper, either white, or colored throughout the body, and capable of being molded into the most delicate forms, so that fine and minute bas-reliefs like cameos were made of it, fit even for being set as jewels
wooden ware
wooden tools or domestic utensils



    Türkçe nasıl söylenir



    /ˈwer/ /ˈwɛr/


    [ war, wer ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Old English wær

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    ware house


    ... we're still doing shovel ware. ...