wool

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yün

Bay Brown bir yün tüccarıdır. - Mr. Brown is a wool merchant.

Avustralya çok miktarda yün ihraç etmektedir. - Australia exports a lot of wool.

yapağı
saf

Bu kazak saf yünden yapılmış. - This sweater is made of pure wool.

glass wool cam elyafı
dyed in the wool dokunmadan önce boyanmış
wool comber yün tarayıcısı
{i} kıvırcık saç
{i} bulaşık teli
katışıksız
{i} yün gibi saç
önyarıglı
yün gibi yumuşak ve tüylü şey
sabit fikirli
wool fabric
(Tekstil) yünlü kumaş
wool fat
lanolin
wool fluffer
hallaç
wool lining
(Tekstil) muflon
wool fat
yün yağı
wool gather
yün topla
wool grease
yün yağı
wool oil
yün yağı
wool sorter
yün eğiricisi
wool stapler
yün taciri
wool gathering
yün toplama
wool sorter
yün egiricisi
wool blend
(Tekstil) yünün harmanı
wool card
(Tekstil) yün tarağı
wool carding
(Tekstil) yünün taranması
wool chlorination
(Tekstil) yünü klorlama
wool classification
(Tekstil) yün sınıflandırması
wool dyed
dokunmadan önce boyanmış
wool fiber
(Tekstil) yün lifi
wool flock
(Tekstil) yün tutamı
wool gather
yün toplamak
wool gathering
hayalci
wool gathering
başında kavak yelleri esen
wool gathering
dalgın
wool grading
(Tekstil) yün sınıflandırması
wool grease
(Tekstil) yün bağı
wool hair
(Tekstil) yün lifi
wool hall
yün borsası
wool in the yolk
(Tekstil) yağıltılı yapak, kirli yün
wool mark
(Tekstil) saf yün markası
wool oil
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yapağı yağı
wool oiling
(Tekstil) yünün yağlanması
wool picking machine
(Tekstil) yünün pıtrağını çıkarma makinesi
wool scouring
(Teknik,Tekstil) yün yıkama
wool scouring
(Teknik,Tekstil) yün temizleme
wool scouring machine
(Tekstil) yün yıkama makinesi, yün temizleme makinesi
wool thread
(Tekstil) yünlü iplik
wool thread
(Tekstil) yün ipliği
wool work
kasnakta yün işi
wool worker
(Tekstil) yün tüccarı
wool yarn
(Tekstil) yün ipliği
wood wool
ağaç pamuğu
wood wool
(isim) ağaç pamuğu
wood wool
(Marangozluk) ağaç yünü
glass wool
(Marangozluk,Tıp) cam pamuğu
greasy wool
yağıltılı kapak
greasy wool
(Tekstil) yağıltılı yapak
old wool
(Teknik,Tekstil) eski yün
old wool
(Teknik,Tekstil) kullanılmış yün
rock wool
amyant
rock wool
asbest
slag wool
amyant
steel wool
çelik tel yumağı
virgin wool
(Tekstil) kırkım yünü
all wool
tamamen yünlü
angora wool
tiftik
angora wool
moher yünü
angora wool
moher
asbestos wool
asbest yünü
back wool
sırt yünü
bellow wool
karın bölgesi yünü
botany wool
merinos yünü
carded wool
taranmış yün
carpet wool
halı yünü
cashmere wool
kaşmir yünü
cheviot wool
şevyot yünü
cotted wool
keçeleşmiş yün
cotton wool
ham pamuk
cotton wool
hidrofil pamuk
dyed-in-the-wool
hammadde halinde boyanmış
dyed-in-the-wool
koyu
dyed-in-the-wool
gerçek
dyed-in-the-wool
şaşmaz
fellmongered wool
tabak yünü
ginned wool
çırçırlanmış pamuk
glass wool
campamuğu
glass wool
cam elyafı
glass wool
camyünü
guanaco wool
guanako yünü
hogget wool
ilk kırkım yünü
knitting wool
örgü yünü
lamb's wool
kuzu yünü
lambs wool
kuzu yünü
merino wool
merinos yünü
mineral wool
madenyünü
mohair wool
moher yünü
pelt wool
post yünü
pull the wool over sb's eyes
aldatmak
pull the wool over sb's eyes
kandırmak
pure wool
saf yün
sheep's wool
koyun yünü
skin wool
tabak yünü
skin wool
post yünü
slag wool
campamuğu
slag wool
camyünü
steel wool
çelik yün
union wool
yarı yün
Rock wool
(Mimarlık) Taş yünü
bearing or producing wool
taşıyan veya yün üreten
four ply wool
dört kat yün
long-wool
Uzun yün
much cry and little wool
Kuru gürültü
out of wool
dışarı yün
pick wool
yün pick
pull the wool over s.o.´s eyes
k. dili birini (yalan dolanla) kandırmak/oyuna getirmek
rock wool
(Mühendislik) Taşyünü, İzalasyon malzemesi
second best wool from merino sheep
merinos koyun ikinci en iyi yün
slag wool
amyant, camyünü, campamugu
Shetland wool
(Tekstil) şetland yünü
a ball of wool
yün yumağı
acetate wool
(Tekstil) asetat yünü
africa wool
(Tekstil) afrika yapağısı
all wool
saf yün
alpaca wool
(Tekstil) alpaka yünü
angora wool
angora
angora wool (goat)
(Tekstil) keçi yünü (angora)
asbestos wool
(Tekstil) amyant elyaf
back wool
(Tekstil) sırt yünü, sırt yapağısı
berlin wool
duvar halıcılığında kullanılan yün
bleached wool
(Tekstil) ağartılmış yün
bollox wool
(Tekstil) karın bölgesi yünü
card for artificial wool shoddy card
(Tekstil) açma yün tarağı
carded wool yarn
(Tekstil) ştrayhgarn yün ipliği
cheviot wool
(Tekstil) şevyot (yünü)
choice wool
(Tekstil) seçme yün
cinder wool
cüruf yünü
combed wool
(Tekstil) taranmış yün
combed wool sliver
(Tekstil) yün topsu
copper wool
bakır yün
cotton wool
İng. (hidrofil) pamuk
crimp of the wool
(Tekstil) yünün kıvrımı
do you have wool socks
yün çorabınız var mı
dyed in the wool
sabit fikirli
dyed in the wool
rengi çıkmaz
dyed in the wool
koyu
dyed in the wool
hakiki
dyed in the wool
önyargılı
dyed in the wool
tutucu
dyed in the wool
dokunmadan önce boyanmış
dyed in the wool
(Tekstil) boyalı iplikten yapılmış
extract wool
(Tekstil) ekstrat yünü
fallen wool
(Tekstil) ölü hayvan yapağısı
fleece wool
yün
fleece wool
yapağı
glass wool
(isim) cam yünü
glass wool
{i} cam yünü
grease wool
(Tekstil) yağıltılı kapak, kirli yün
greasy wool
(Tekstil) yağıltılı kapak, kirli yün
half wool
(Tekstil) yarı yün
heavy fleece wool
(Tekstil) ağır yapağı
i want something in wool
yünlü bir şey arıyorum
is it pure wool
saf yün mü
keep in cotton wool
(Konuşma Dili) pamuklar içinde saklamak
lama wool
(Tekstil) alpaka yünü
lose one's wool
tepesi atmak
lose one's wool
siniri tepesine çıkmak
merino wool
merinos yünü, merinos
mineral wool
ak asbest
mineral wool
amyant
mineral wool board
(Madencilik) taşyünü levha
mineral wool insert
araya sokulan mineral yünü
much cry and little wool
gereksiz yaygara
open wool
(Tekstil) açık yün
plucked wool
(Teknik,Tekstil) post yünü
plucked wool
(Teknik,Tekstil) yolma yün
pull the wool over
{k} birini aldatmak, birine oyun oynamak
raw wool
(Tekstil) ham yün, yağıltılı yün
reused wool
(Tekstil) açma yün
scour for wool
(Tekstil) yün temizleme maddesi
scoured wool
(Tekstil) temizlenmiş yün
shetland wool
şetlant
skin wool
hayvan yünü
steel wool
çelik yünü
steel wool
çelik talaşı
steel wool
çelikpamuğu, çelik tel yumağı
tanner's wool
(Tekstil) tabak yünü
unbur the wool
(Tekstil) yünün pıtrağını çıkarmak
virgin wool
(Tekstil) kırpım yünü
virgin wool
işlenmemiş yün
waste wool
ıskarta yün
waste wool
kaba yün
wire wool
(Otomotiv) tel atkı
wire wool
(Otomotiv) tel yumak
wrap in cotton wool
(Konuşma Dili) pamuklar içinde saklamak
yearling wool
(Tekstil) ilk kırkım yünü
zephyr wool
(Tekstil) zefir yünü
İngilizce - İngilizce
A town in Dorset, England
A cloth or yarn made from the wool of sheep
Anything with a texture like that of wool
Made of wool
The hair of the sheep, llama and some other ruminants
{n} the fleece of a sheep, very short thick hair
If you say that someone is pulling the wool over your eyes, you mean that they are trying to deceive you, in order to have an advantage over you. Stop trying to pull the wool over my eyes! What were you two fighting about just now?. Animal fibre that is the protective covering, or fleece, of sheep or such other hairy mammals as goats and camels. Wool is readied by washing (lanolin is the by-product), carding, sometimes combing, then spinning. Coarser than such textile fibres as cotton, linen, silk, and rayon, wool is resilient after limited stretching or compression, so fabrics and garments made from wool tend to retain shape, drape well, and resist wrinkling. Wool is warm and lightweight and takes dyes well. Woolen yarns, usually made from shorter fibres, are thick and full and are used for such items as tweed fabrics and blankets. Worsteds usually are made from longer fibres
outer coat of especially sheep and yaks
Usually associated with fiber or fabric made from the fleece of sheep or lambs However, the term "wool" can also apply to all animal hair fibers, including the hair of the Cashmere or Angora goat or the specialty hair fibers of the camel, alpaca, llama, or vicuna
The soft and curled, or crisped, species of hair which grows on sheep and some other animals, and which in fineness sometimes approaches to fur; chiefly applied to the fleecy coat of the sheep, which constitutes a most essential material of clothing in all cold and temperate climates
Usually associated with fiber or fabric made from the fleece of sheep or lamb However, the term "wool" can also apply to all animal hair fibers, including the hair of the Cashmere or Angora goat or the specialty hair fibers of the camel, alpaca, llama, or vicuna
a fabric made from the hair of sheep
one of the first material used for making woven cloth (Lev 13: 47, 48, 52, 59; 19: 19) The first-fruit of wool was to be offered to the priests (Deut 18: 4) The law prohibiting the wearing of a garment "of divers sorts, as of woollen and linen together" (Deut 22: 11) may, like some other laws of a similar character, have been intended to express symbolically the separateness and simplicity of God's covenant people The wool of Damascus, famous for its whiteness, was of great repute in the Tyrian market (Ezek 27: 18)
A natural fiber made from the growth of hair from sheep Used for shirts, sweaters, suits, sport coats, and dress pants
‑ A natural fabric made from the fur of sheep and other animals which is exceptionally absorbent but loses strength when wet
Most often used to describe the fleece of sheep, wool also refers to the hair of angora or cashmere goats, or other specialty fibers from animals such as camels, alpacas, llamas and vicunas
Traditionally, the fibers covering the skin of a sheep According to the Wool Products Labeling Act of 1939, the term includes the fleece of a sheep, angora goat, undercoat of a cashmere goat, and specialty fibers of alpaca, llama, vicuna, and guanaco The undercoat of mammals other than the sheep, goat or camel families are referred to as fur
There are many types of wool weaves Wool flannel makes great diaper covers and even AIO's You first need to "felt" your wool flannel by going against normal "wool rules" by washing it in your machine on HOT and drying on HOT This shrinks up your fabric nice and tight It can then be sewn into a pull on cover, snap on cover even an aplix or velcro closing cover Nothing beats wool for a natural, breathable cover You can also make a wool cover out of an old wool sweater Commonly called a "Butt Sweater" Shrink your wool sweater by washing it on hot, felting it as you would wool felt It can then be sewn into a cover or wrap!
The soft, curly hair of a sheep which is spun into yarn The wool family includes Shetland (Scottish) and Merino (Spanish) wool, which are both soft and of high quality Most woolen yarn used in socks is made from standard grades produced in the United States, Australia and elsewhere (Alpaca and cashmere are animal hairs but are not properly called wool ) Wool is warm, sturdy and durable It has a crisp, resilient hand and has excellent insulating properties
{i} fleece from some animals; clothing made from wool; thread made from wool; (nickname for) frizzy hair
The fiber from the fleece of the sheep or lamb, or hair from an Angora or Cashmere goat Wool fabrics have good tensile strength and moisture absorption They are also easily cleanable, comfortable and inherently flame retardant Learn more about natural fibers Examples in our line: ‘Tosca’ /‘Terrain’ /‘Avalon’
Wool is a fabric made of fleece of sheep or lamb Its water repelling properties and breathability are what make it popular for use as a diaper cover Most cloth diaperers save their wool covers for night-time use since it is bulkier than their vinyl or polyester counterparts Many choose wool because it is natural (see Artificial Materials and Cloth Diapering and Why Use Wool for Diaper Covers ) Take special care when washing and drying your wool products or they will dry out and become stiff Read How to Care for Wool for tips on wool care
Dyed in the wool A hearty good-fellow Cloth which is wool-dyed (not piece-dyed), is true throughout “and will wash ” No wool is so white that a dyer cannot blacken it No one is so free from faults that slander can find nothing to say against him; no book is so perfect as to be free from adverse criticism “Maister Mainwaring's much abuzed, Most grievously for things accuse, And all the dowlish [devilish] pack; E'en let mun all their poison spit, My lord, there is no wooll zo whit That dyers can't make black ” Peter Pindar: Middlesex Election, letter iii Wool-gathering Your wits are gone wool-gathering As children sent to gather wool from hedges are absent for a trivial purpose, so persons in a “brown study” are absent-minded to no good purpose “But, my dear, if my wits are somewhat wool-gathering and unsettled, my heart is as true as a star ”- Ilarriet B Stowe
Wool is the hair that grows on sheep and on some other animals
A mass of desiccated nematodes of Ditylenchus dipsaci found in or on some plants
Although somewhat expensive wool still offers great bulk, performance, and an elegant look
fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving
Gulliver says that he hopes his Lilliputian sheep "will prove much to the Advantage of the Woollen Manufacture, by the Fineness of the Fleeces " (I: 8;10) This is significant because Swift was an advocate on behalf of Irish woollen manufacturer which was severely oppressed by English laws to prevent competition This is also a bit of a joke (and I can't believe I'm the first one to point this out) because a Lilliputian sheep would be about the size of a hamster and it would take dozens of them to match the output of a single English sheep
A protein fiber that can be dyed with the stovetop method, using salt and vinegar See Tub Dyeing Wool and Silk
Short, thick hair, especially when crisped or curled
Wool is a material made from animal's wool that is used to make things such as clothes, blankets, and carpets. a wool overcoat The carpets are made in wool and nylon. see also cotton wool, steel wool, wire wool
the fibres from a sheep's coat, also refers the yarn formed from these fibres - sometimes used generically to mean any yarn whether manmade or natural
A sort of pubescence, or a clothing of dense, curling hairs on the surface of certain plants
outer coat of especially sheep and yaks a fabric made from the hair of sheep fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving
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wolle
wool fat
Lanolin
wool grease
Lanolin
wool wax
Lanolin
wool-fat
Alternative spelling of wool fat
wool grass
sedge of eastern North America having numerous clustered woolly spikelets
wool grease
A fatty, pale yellow wax that coats the fibers of sheep's wool and yields lanolin. Also called wool fat
wool oil
any oil used to oil wool before spinning
wool shed
A building or complex of buildings in which sheep are sheared and wool is prepared for shipment to market
wool stapler
a person who sorts wool into different grades a dealer in wool
wood wool
{i} long and fine wood shavings; wood fibre which is not compressed and prepared in a special manner for surgical dressings
abb wool
A type of such wool
abb wool
Wool for the abb or warp
abb-wool
Wool used to make yarn for the warp
abb-wool
A type of such wool
all wool and a yard wide
Describes someone or something of high quality
cotton wool
raw fibers of cotton before being processed
cotton wool
absorbent cotton for medical or cosmetic use etc
cotton wool bud
A short, thin and flexible rod with a small wad of cotton wool at each end
cotton wool buds
plural form of cotton wool bud
dye in the wool
To dye woolen fibers before they are spun into thread

Therefore, it will be seen that it is easier and a timesaver to dye-in-the-wool..

dyed in the wool
Simple past tense and past participle of dye in the wool
dyed in the wool
Alternative spelling of dyed-in-the-wool. (Set in one's ways, steadfast.)
dyed-in-the-wool
Dyed before being formed into cloth
dyed-in-the-wool
Firmly established in a person's beliefs or habits; deeply ingrained in the nature of a person or thing

John Major was described by his opponents as a dyed-in-the-wool Conservative.

feather wool
A type of knitting yarn or cotton that is supposed to resemble wool
glass wool
An insulating material, made from fiberglass, arranged into a texture similar to wool
more cry than wool
Asserted but not grounded in reality

In rebuttal, the petitioner offers more cry than wool. He points first to the vague threats that his family and friends relayed to him during his 1990 return to El Salvador, and speculates that members of the FMLN still sought to harm him at that time. This is unabashed surmise. Aguilar-Solis v. INS, case no. 98-1484 (1st Cir. 1998).

pull the wool over somebody's eyes
to deceive (someone)
steel wool
Fine strips of steel, usually formed into pads and used as an abrasive
steel-wool
Attributive form of steel wool

steel-wool abrasiveness.

rock wool
Rock wool, also known as stone wool or mineral wool, means fibers made from synthetic or natural minerals or metal oxides. It is an inorganic substance used for insulation and filtering. A common mistake is to believe that fiberglass and ceramic fibers are NOT mineral wools, but they are by virtue of their consisting of minerals or metal oxides
rock wool
Inorganic material made into matted fibre, used especially for insulation or soundproofing
stone wool
Stone wool also known as rock wool or mineral wool, means fibers made from synthetic or natural minerals or metal oxides. It is an inorganic substance used for insulation and filtering. A common mistake is to believe that fiberglass and ceramic fibers are NOT mineral wools, but they are by virtue of their consisting of minerals or metal oxides
stone wool
Mineral wool, also known as rock wool or stone wool, means fibers made from synthetic or natural minerals or metal oxides. It is an inorganic substance used for insulation and filtering. A common mistake is to believe that fiberglass and ceramic fibers are NOT mineral wools, but they are by virtue of their consisting of minerals or metal oxides
Berlin wool
A light wool yarn used in making clothing, especially gloves
angora wool
yarn that is fine and silky (from the Angora goat)
cotton wool
(British) fluff of unprocessed cotton, cotton ball
cotton wool
Cotton wool is a soft mass of cotton, used especially for applying liquids or creams to your skin. Cotton in its natural or raw state
cotton wool
silky fibers from cotton plants in their raw state
dyed in the wool
dyed before weaving; complete, utter, total; steadfast, unchanging (in one's beliefs)
dyed-in-the-wool
If you use dyed-in-the-wool to describe someone or their beliefs, you are saying that they have very strong opinions about something, which they refuse to change. a dyed-in-the-wool conservative. having strong beliefs, likes, or opinions that will never change
fleece wool
wool from the coat of a sheep
glass wool
glass fibers spun and massed into bundles resembling wool
glass wool
Fine-spun fibers of glass used especially for insulation and in air filters
glass wool
{i} mass of fine glass fibers
keep your wool on
calm down, remain relaxed, keep cool
lamb's wool
high-quality wool taken from young sheep; fabric made from lamb's wool
lambs wool
{i} wool of a young sheep
long-wool
(of sheep) having relatively long wool
lose one's wool
become angry, lose one's temper, become furious
mineral wool
An inorganic fibrous substance that is produced by steam blasting and cooling molten glass or a similar substance and is used as an insulator and a filtering material. Also called rock wool
mineral wool
a light fibrous material used as an insulator
pull the wool over a person's eyes
cheat, deceive, defraud
pull the wool over someone's eyes
cheat, deceive, mislead
raw wool
wool in its natural condition; not refined or processed
rock wool
a light fibrous material used as an insulator
shetland wool
a wool obtained from sheep of the Shetland islands
shorn wool
fur of sheep that has been shaved off
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 wool
item made of fibrous coils used for cleaning pots
steel wool
a mass of woven steel fibers used as an abrasive
steel-wool pad
abrader consisting of a pad of steel wool used for polishing or smoothing
virgin wool
Wool that has not previously been used in manufacture
virgin wool
wool not used before; wool not processed or woven before
wire wool
Wire wool consists of very thin pieces of wire twisted together, often in the form of small pads. These are used to clean wooden and metal objects. = steel wool. a mass of very thin pieces of wire, used for cleaning pans
wool

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    wûl

    Eş anlamlılar

    woollen, woolen

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    /ˈwo͝ol/ /ˈwʊl/

    Etimoloji

    [ wul ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English wolle, from Old English wull, from Proto-Germanic *wullō (cf. Dutch wol, German Wolle, Norwegian ull), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wĺ̥h₁neh₂ (cf. Welsh gwlân, Latin lāna, Lithuanian vìlna, Russian волна (volna)).

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