yoke

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} boyunduruk
{f} boyunduruğa koşmak
boyunduruğa altına almak
kaliper
çeki kancası
etekte basen kısmı
çatal bağlantı
(Avcılık) top taşıma kolu
hayvana boyunduruk geçirmek
(Mekanik) mafsal çatalı
elbisede basen
gömlekte roba
birleştirmek
boyunduruğa vurmak
bağlantı demiri
(Tekstil) etekte üst kısım
(Tekstil) basen kısmı
birlikte çalışmak
bağ
bağlamak
boyunduruğa koşulmuş çift hayvan
hizmet
kulluk
(Nükleer Bilimler) kelepçe
yoke of a rudder dümenin boyunduruk yekesi
{i} satıcı omuz sırığı
{i} çift
nigah rabıtası gibi bağ
sakaların omuz sırığı
{i} evlilik bağı
çalışmak
{f} bağlanmak
{f} evlendirmek
(İnşaat) çatal
{i} of boyundurukla bağlanmış bir çift (hayvan): three yoke of oxen üç çift öküz
yoke of oxen bir çift öküz
boyunduruk,v.boyunduruğa al: n.boyunduruk
{i} (sırık hamallarının kullandığı) sırık
yeke
(Askeri) Boyunduruk, esaret
{f} koşmak
boyunduruk geçirmek
(Tıp) yok
roba
yoke mate
meslektaş
yoke boyunduruk; bag; hizmet, kulluk; boyunduruga kosulmus çift hayvan
birlikte çalışmak
yoke boyunduruk; bag; hizmet, kulluk; boyunduruga kosulmus çift hayvan
bağlamak
yoke boyunduruk; bag; hizmet, kulluk; boyunduruga kosulmus çift hayvan
boyunduruga koşmak
yoke oxen
boyunduruğu öküz
yoke bolt
çatal cıvatası
yoke bolt
çatal cıvata
yoke bone
lades kemiği
yoke housing
(Otomotiv) ay yuvası
yoke housing
(Otomotiv) çatal muhafazası
yoke magnetization
(Nükleer Bilimler) kelepçe mıknatıslaması
yoke of matrimony
evlilik bağı
yoke of the rudder
(Askeri) dümenin boyunduruk yekesi
yoke pinion
sürgü parçası dişli
yoke plug
(Otomotiv) çatal tapası
yoke plug adaptor
(Otomotiv) çatal tapa adaptörü
yoke ring
boyunduruk halkası
yoke screw
(Avcılık) boyunduruk vidası
yoke together
bağlanmak
yoke with
aynı boyunduruğa koşmak
link yoke
bağlantı çatalı
magnet yoke
mıknatıslı boyunduruk
shift yoke
selektör çatalı
sleeve yoke
çatal manşon
sleeve yoke
(Otomotiv) kayıcı çatalı
tube yoke
çatal
yoking
boyunduruk altına alma
adjusting yoke
ayar çatalı
deflection yoke
saptırma boyunduruğu
double yoke
(Giyim) Çift roba(lı)
past of yoke
boyunduruğa geçmiş
anchor yoke
ankraj kelepçesi
bench yoke vice
boru mengenesi
combination yoke
kombi çatal
connection yoke
birleştirme kelepçesi
flange yoke
flanş çatalı
flight yoke
(Bilgisayar) uçuş dümeni
front yoke
(Tekstil) ön roba
gear yoke
dişli çatalı
lifting yoke
kaldırma çatalı
live under enemy's yoke
(Askeri) Düşman boyunduruğu altında yaşamak
lock piece of a yoke
zelve
magnet yoke
miknatisli boyunduruk
pass under the yoke
boyunduruk altına girmek
pivot yoke
pivot çatalı
rack support yoke
(Otomotiv) kremayer destek çatalı
rack yoke
(Otomotiv) kramiyer çatalı
rack yoke
(Otomotiv) kremayer çatalı
shoulder yoke
(Tekstil) omuz robası
steering yoke
direksiyon çatalı
universal joint yoke
(Otomotiv) kardan mafsalı çatalı
waist yoke
(Tekstil) bel robası
İngilizce - İngilizce
To link or to join
The part of a shirt that stretches over the shoulders, usually made out of a doubled piece of fabric. Or, a pair of fabric panels on trousers (especially jeans) or a skirt, across the back of the garment below the waistband
An undefined object, a gadget
An alternative name for a cowpoke
The column-mounted control wheel of an aircraft
A fitting placed across the head of the rudder with a line attached at each end by which a boat may be steered. In modern use it is primarily found in sailing canoes and kayaks
A bar or frame of wood by which two oxen are joined at the heads or necks for working together
Well-developed muscles of the neck and shoulders

Nothing says you're a dedicated lifter and true athlete more than a massive yoke—that is, the muscles of the neck, traps, and rear delts.

A pair (of animals, especially oxen)

And another sayd: I have bought fyve yooke of oxen, and I must goo to prove them, I praye the have me excused.

To unite, to connect
A burden; something which represses or restrains a person
The electro-magnetic coil that deflects the electron beam in a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube)
Common misspelling of yolk
{n} a bandage on the neck, chain, bond, bondage, mark of servitude, couple, pair
{v} to couple or join together, to enslave
A heavy bar of wood fitted over the necks of two oxen to make it possible for them to pull a plow or a cart The word is used figuratively to describe the moral lessons that a teacher passes on to his pupils
To enslave; to bring into bondage; to restrain; to confine
two items of the same kind
a pair of draft animals joined by a yoke; "pulled by a yoke of oxen"
(1 syl ) Greek zugon, Latin jugum, French joug, Dutch juk, German joch, Anglo-Saxon geoc (pron yoc) To pass under the yoke To suffer the disgrace of a vanquished army The Romans made a yoke of three spears- two upright and one resting on them When an army was vanquished, the soldiers had to lay down their arms and pass under this archway of spears
To be joined or associated; to be intimately connected; to consort closely; to mate
A frame or convex piece by which a bell is hung for ringing it
A yoke is a long piece of wood which is tied across the necks of two animals such as oxen, in order to make them walk close together when they are pulling a plough
Used in stead of an ally beam, pressed steel angles welded to the chassis
put a yoke on or join with a yoke; "Yoke the draft horses together"
support consisting of a wooden frame across the shoulders that enables a person to carry buckets hanging from each end
That which connects or binds; a chain; a link; a bond connection
stable gear that joins two draft animals at the neck so they can work together as a team fabric comprising a fitted part at the top of a garment a connection (like a clamp or vise) between two things so they move together support consisting of a wooden frame across the shoulders that enables a person to carry buckets hanging from each end a pair of draft animals joined by a yoke; "pulled by a yoke of oxen"
link with or as with a yoke; "yoke the oxen together"
(1 ) Fitted on the neck of oxen for the purpose of binding to them the traces by which they might draw the plough, etc (Num 19: 2; Deut 21: 3) It was a curved piece of wood called 'ol
{i} burden; pair of harnessed oxen; shoulder of a garment; connection; slavery; directing coil in a computer monitor
A part of a garment fitted closely to the shoulders
Fig
a band or shaped piece, usually at the shoulders or hips, to give shape and support to the garment below
A padded, modified thwart used as a shoulder rest to carry the canoe overhead
Head window jamb in a box window frame
Two animals yoked together; a couple; a pair that work together
To yoke or yoke to is to start work for the day (or shift) Are you no yokit yet? This now chiefly Northeastern term alludes to a horse being yoked up to a plough
A frame of wood fitted to a person's shoulders for carrying pails, etc
A band shaped to fit the shoulders or the hips, and joined to the upper full edge of the waist or the skirt
A mark of servitude; hence, servitude; slavery; bondage; service
n An implement, madam, to whose Latin name, jugum, we owe one of the most illuminating words in our language -- a word that defines the matrimonial situation with precision, point and poignancy A thousand apologies for withholding it
If two or more people or things are yoked together, they are forced to be closely linked with each other. The introduction attempts to yoke the pieces together The Auto Pact yoked Ontario into the United States economy Farmers and politicians are yoked by money and votes
A frame worn on the neck of an animal, as a cow, a pig, a goose, to prevent passage through a fence
On a canoe, a shaped crosspiece, generally hardwood and often with pads, designed to balance the load of the canoe on one's shoulders while portaging Also called a Portage Yoke
A tie securing two timbers together, not used for part of a regular truss, but serving a temporary purpose, as to provide against unusual strain
A wooden frame used to fasten two work animals together; a pair fastened together by a yoke
The quantity of land plowed in a day by a yoke of oxen
crosspiece holding two things together, as in: The pair of oxen pulling the plow had an ancient wooden yoke around their necks
A frame or bar having its center portion bored and keyed or otherwise constructed for attachment to the rudder stock The connecting rods from the steering engine or the leads from the steering gear are connected to each end of the yoke for the purpose of turning the rudder
A frame or piece resembling a yoke, as in use or shape
become joined or linked together
The location where a home's water meter is sometimes installed between two copper pipes, and located in the water meter pit in the yard
A portion of the working day; as, to work two yokes, that is, to work both portions of the day, or morning and afternoon
a connection (like a clamp or vise) between two things so they move together
The width of fabric than runs across the shoulder All our shirts are made with a four-piece split yoke
A crosspiece upon the head of a boat's rudder
{f} put a burden on; connect, join; enslave
If you say that people are under the yoke of a bad thing or person, you mean they are forced to live in a difficult or unhappy state because of that thing or person. People are still suffering under the yoke of slavery
Fellow one engaged or tied to another, in the same band of union or fellowship; a husband or wife
fabric comprising a fitted part at the top of a garment
stable gear that joins two draft animals at the neck so they can work together as a team
A clamp or similar piece that embraces two other parts to hold or unite them in their respective or relative positions, as a strap connecting a slide valve to the valve stem, or the soft iron block or bar permanently connecting the pole pieces of an electromagnet, as in a dynamo
To its ends lines are attached which lead forward so that the boat can be steered from amidships
The large ring surrounding the breech end of the barrel It provides a connection between the barrel and the recoil system Shoulders on the gun prevent movement between the barrel and the yoke In guns designed for case ammunition, the yoke is replaced by a housing
To put a yoke on; to join in or with a yoke; as, to yoke oxen, or pair of oxen
[1] A triangular metal piece used to connect the main brake cable with the stirrup cable in a centerpull brake system Also known as a "saddle" or "pick-up "[2] A bracket or coupling [3] A forked parts of a U-joint connected by the spider
Synonymous with headstock More common term in America for the inverted U-shaped frame, formerly wooden but now metal, in which a bell is suspended when it is to be swung
suspended on each side; as, a milkmaid's yoke
To couple; to join with another
yoke together
to unite, or join, or combine
yoke of oxen
pair of oxen, two oxen
egg yoke
Common misspelling of egg yolk
pass under the yoke
To be humiliated by the victors
poka-yoke
A methodology of using low-cost techniques to error-proof production processes
under the yoke
Under subjugation

They were under the Roman yoke.

yoked
Simple past tense and past participle of yoke
yoked
Having large and well-defined muscles, especially of the neck and shoulders

By the end of his fourth year of weight-lifting, Lee was yoked.

yoking
{n} the act of joining by a yoke
back yoke
A piece of fabric that connects the back of a garment to the shoulders This allows the garment to lay flat
back yoke
A piece of fabric that connects the back of a garment to the shoulders This allows the garment to lay flat and drape nicely Herringbone A chevron or zig-zag pattern, knit into the fabric
back yoke
A fitted or shaped piece at the top of a skirt or at the shoulder of various garments
come under the yoke
be placed under the authority of, submit to
poka yoke
(Ticaret) The Japanese term for failsafe
poka-yoke
{i} foolproofing, method used to prevent errors by placing limits on how an operation may be carried out as to guard against every possible mistake and see to the proper and correct completion of the operation
threw off the yoke
freed himself, rebelled, revolted
yoked
past of yoke
yoked
Wearing a yoke
yokes
third-person singular of yoke
yokes
plural of yoke
yoking
present participle of yoke
yoke