wrappings

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kisve, örtü
{i} sargı
i., çoğ
{i} ambalaj ipi
{i} paket kâğıdı
ambalaj kâğıdı
wrap
sarmak

Kollarımı onun boynuna sarmak istedim. - I wanted to wrap my arms around his neck.

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{i} sargı
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paketlemek

Bütün bu noel hediyelerini paketlemek için en azından iki saatimi harcayacağım. - I'll spend at least two hours wrapping all these Christmas presents.

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{i} ambalaj kâğıdı

Hiç ambalaj kağıdın var mı? - Do you have any wrapping paper?

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{i} (palto/ceket/şal gibi) soğuğa karşı dış giysi/örtü
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(Gıda) dürüm
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dolamak
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bitirmek

Onu yarın bitirmek istiyoruz. - We want to wrap it up tomorrow.

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(Bilgisayar) kaydır
wrap
eşarp
wrap
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma
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battaniye

Tom battaniyesine sarındı. - Tom wrapped himself in his blanket.

Kendini bir battaniyeye sardı. - She wrapped herself in a blanket.

wrapping
sarma makinesi
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(Bilgisayar) kaydırma
wrapping
paketleyerek
wrap
koymak
wrap
yaymak
wrap
sarmalamak
wrap
{f} sar

O, kağıda bazı hediyeler sardı. - She wrapped some gifts in paper.

Annem sandviçleri kağıda sardı. - My mother wrapped the sandwiches in paper.

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sermek
wrap
şal
wrap
örtü
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paketleme

Paketlemen gerekmiyor. - You don't need to wrap it.

Onu bir hediye olarak paketlememi ister misiniz? - Do you want me to wrap it up as a gift?

wrap
{i} sarma

Onu başıma sarmaya çalışıyorum. - I'm trying to wrap my head around it.

Kollarımı onun boynuna sarmak istedim. - I wanted to wrap my arms around his neck.

wrap
katlamak
wrapping
{f} paketle

Bütün bu noel hediyelerini paketlemek için en azından iki saatimi harcayacağım. - I'll spend at least two hours wrapping all these Christmas presents.

wrapping
ambalaj

Hiç ambalaj kağıdın var mı? - Do you have any wrapping paper?

wrap
sar(mak)
wrap
bürümek
wrap
palto
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bürünmek
wrap
örtmek
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sarılacak şey
wrap
sarınılan şey
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atkı
wrap
işimiz bitti artık
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sarınmak
wrap
sarım
wrap
wrapped up in sarılmı
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{f} paketlenmek
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sarıp saklamak
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{f} (paket v.b.'ni) sarmak: Do you want me to wrap this? Bunu sarayım mı?
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sarmalam
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Eh
wrapping
sargı
wrapping
paket kâğıdı
wrapping
sarma
wrapping
paketleme

Bütün bu noel hediyelerini paketlemek için en azından iki saatimi harcayacağım. - I'll spend at least two hours wrapping all these Christmas presents.

wrapping
(Tekstil) ambalaj ( sarmaç )
wrapping
{i} ambalaj kâğıdı

Hiç ambalaj kağıdın var mı? - Do you have any wrapping paper?

wrapping
{i} ambalaj ipi
İngilizce - İngilizce
wrapping material collectively
plural form of wrapping
{i} paper used for packaging; packaging materials
plural of wrapping
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A garment that one wraps around the body to keep oneself warm
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To enclose or coil around an object or organism, as a form of grasping. A prerequisite to constriction in snakes
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To finish shooting (filming) a video, television show, or movie

To avoid going over budget, let's make sure we wrap by ten.

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The completion of all or a major part of a performance
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To enclose (an object) completely in any flexible, thin material such as fabric or paper
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Present participle of wrap
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{v} to roll together, contain, inclose
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arrange or fold as a cover or protection; "wrap the baby before taking her out"; "Wrap the present"
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used in riding or traveling
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When you are typing a line of text, and there is not enough room for a word to be inserted, the program will automatically move the last word onto a new line You should only hit the ENTER key when you want force a new line
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To wind or fold together; to arrange in folds
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A wrapper; often used in the plural for blankets, furs, shawls, etc
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Classification used to calculate the permeability of soils and the percentage run-off from a particular area
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Waste & Resources Action Plan
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The completion of a day's filming or of an entire production
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To conceal by enveloping or infolding; to hide; hence, to involve, as an effect or consequence; to be followed by
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enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering; "Fog enveloped the house"
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Thin plates of steel that are wrapped around the circulator (typically 3 sides) to complete the magnetic circuit, maximizing the field in the ferrite material and reducing the stray field outside the device
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Redundancy measure in IBM token ring LANs Trunk cabling used in token ring TCUs contains two data paths: a main and back-up (normally unused) If the trunk cable is faulty, the physical disconnection of the connector at a TCU causes the signal from the main path to wrap onto the back-up and maintain the loop
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a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla
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(1) To place jackets on finished books (2) A folded section, such as four pages, into which another folded section is hand inserted; the outside section wraps around the inside section (3) To package in kraft paper or plastic film (for shrink wrapping) to top
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an outer garment, as a coat or shawl
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Wrap is the material that something is wrapped in. I tucked some plastic wrap around the sandwiches to keep them from getting stale. gift wrap
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When you wrap something, you fold paper or cloth tightly round it to cover it completely, for example in order to protect it or so that you can give it to someone as a present. Harry had carefully bought and wrapped presents for Mark to give them Mexican Indians used to wrap tough meat in leaves from the papaya tree. unwrap Wrap up means the same as wrap. Diana is taking the opportunity to wrap up the family presents
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The area of a flexible vinyl that wraps around the edge of the structure, usually referred to as "pocket "
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To cover by winding or folding; to envelop completely; to involve; to infold; often with up
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the body is coated in various healing mixtures, then wrapped in a blanket and heated to sweat out toxins Specific mixtures include Herbal: Strips of cloth are soaked in an herbal solution, then wrapped around the body; draws out impurities and relaxes the body Seaweed The skin is wrapped in seaweed and heated Through perspiration, the toxins in the skin are brought to the surface
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To jump using a wrapped position
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Pulling the arms tightly into the body to speed up the twist
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To wrap a beam or truss with a sling Submitted by Piers from London, UK
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{i} garment wrapped around the upper body; shawl; scarf; blanket; coat; robe; shroud of secrecy; automatic moving of text to the subsequent line after completion of the previous one (Computers)
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When you wrap something such as a piece of paper or cloth round another thing, you put it around it. She wrapped a handkerchief around her bleeding palm
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A characteristic of liquid or powder coatings in an electrostatic application to seek out and adhere to parts of the substrate not in direct line of sight of the delivery system end point
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wrap or coil around; "roll your hair around your finger"; "Twine the thread around the spool"
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the wrap-up or end of a process (e g , the shooting of a scene)
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To enclose or coil around an object or organism, as a form of grasping. A prequisite to constriction in snakes
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To snatch up; transport; chiefly used in the p
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The outside piece holding the rest of the advertising material which makes up the mailing package Typically, 8 5"x11" pages in 4 page increments
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A type of food consisting of various ingredients wrapped in a pancake
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If someone wraps their arms, fingers, or legs around something, they put them firmly around it. He wrapped his arms around her. see also wrapping
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cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla arrange or fold as a cover or protection; "wrap the baby before taking her out"; "Wrap the present
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To enclose an application in a software layer to make the application available to other applications
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In a stable value fund, a contractual agreement to maintain principal and benefit payments and participant investment transfers on a specified asset or group of assets at book or contract value The form of a wrap may be a swap agreement, asset purchase agreement, asset management agreement, guaranteed annuity contract, or other agreement Most wraps are participating agreements that guarantee the participant liquidity at book while smoothing gains and losses on assets and participant withdrawals into amortized adjustments of the future crediting rate
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If you keep something under wraps, you keep it secret, often until you are ready to announce it at some time in the future. The bids were submitted in May and were meant to have been kept under wraps until October
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{f} pack; bind; cover; swathe; envelop; enwrap; encase; enclose; veil; conceal
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the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
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to put a cover around something, as in: Be sure to wrap the baby warmly in this cold weather
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cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
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wrapt
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To electronically isolate a token ring module or port from the rest of the network, using the management station
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The angle formed by the tape as it bends around the head
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A technique in which a component is given an interface that permits interoperation with components based on a different technology For example, a set of interacting Java object classes can be wrapped in a single NonStop™ CORBA class, or the code of a legacy server can be used as the implementation of an object supporting methods that correspond to functions of the server A recommended approach to wrapping is to develop a wrapper component that translates method invocations to some other message format, or vice versa, to allow communication between object-oriented clients and servers and legacy clients and servers
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{i} packaging; paper used for packaging
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The process of enclosing publications etc , in polythene on the SITMA
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A reporting or output feature in which a portion of text is moved to a new line when the entire text does not fit on one line
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(n ) On the SBus, the process--during burst transfers--by which the burst can begin at an arbitrary word boundary within the block, with the address incremented by 4, modulo the size of the burst in bytes
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(SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference; search in this book)
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view the image or map as having periodic boundaries, so that enlargement of the image (without scaling!) would produce repeated copies of the image or map
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Wrapping is something such as paper or plastic which is used to cover and protect something. food wrapping. the cloth, paper, or plastic that is wrapped around something to protect it
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the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
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A package of whatever nature which encloses the product
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an enveloping bandage
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The material in which something is wrapped
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