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  • 1 to bind tightly

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    English-Tamil dictionary > to bind tightly

  • 2 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) atar, liar
    tr[trʌs]
    1 (tie) atar (up, -)
    2 SMALLARCHITECTURE/SMALL apuntalar
    1 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL braguero
    2 SMALLARCHITECTURE/SMALL cuchillo de armadura
    truss ['trʌs] vt
    : atar (con fuerza)
    1) framework: armazón m (de una estructura)
    2) : braguero m (en medicina)
    v.
    armar v.
    empaquetar v.
    espetar v.
    n.
    (§ pl.: trusses) = armadura s.f.
    braguero s.m.
    fardo s.m.
    trʌs
    transitive verb \<\<chicken/duck\>\> atar
    Phrasal Verbs:
    [trʌs]
    1. VT
    1) (=tie) liar, atar; [+ fowl] espetar
    2) (Archit) [+ supporting wall] apuntalar; [+ supporting floor] apoyar con entramado
    2. N
    1) (Med) braguero m
    2) (Archit) entramado m, soporte m de puntales
    3) (=bundle) lío m, paquete m ; [of hay etc] haz m, lío m ; [of fruit] racimo m
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    [trʌs]
    transitive verb \<\<chicken/duck\>\> atar
    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-spanish dictionary > truss

  • 3 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) binde, sette opp
    I
    subst. \/trʌs\/
    1) ( bygg) fagverk(søyle)
    2) ( arkitektur) takstol
    3) ( arkitektur) støtte, konsoll
    4) bunt, pakke
    5) (britisk, gammeldags, om høy eller malm)
    knippe av en viss vekt, bunt
    6) ( botanikk) (tett) klase
    7) (medisin, også hernial truss) brokkbind
    8) ( sjøfart) rakke
    II
    verb \/trʌs\/
    1) ( også truss up) binde (opp), binde med armene inn til siden
    2) (matlaging, før tilberedning, også truss up)
    binde opp
    3) (gammeldags, også truss up) binde fast, binde sammen
    4) ( også truss up) forsterke, armere, stive av, støtte

    English-Norwegian dictionary > truss

  • 4 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) binde op; binde
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) binde op; binde

    English-Danish dictionary > truss

  • 5 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) binda upp; (ríg)binda

    English-Icelandic dictionary > truss

  • 6 truss

    váz, vázszerkezet, nyaláb, rácsos tartó, sérvkötő to truss: rácsoz, kitámaszt, merevít, bálába köt
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) összekötöz

    English-Hungarian dictionary > truss

  • 7 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) amarrar
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    [tr∧s] n 1 Archit a) armação. b) treliça. c) tesoura. d) andaime. e) suporte (de vigas), consolo grande. 2 faixa, cinta, funda para hérnia. 3 fardo, feixe, trouxa. 4 fardo de palha ou feno de 60 libras. 5 Naut troça. • vt 1 fixar, amarrar, atar. 2 armar, suportar ou escorar com treliça. 3 ligar, enfardar, enfaixar.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > truss

  • 8 truss

    n. demet, bağ, destek, takviye iskeleti, köprü makası, fıtık bağı, kasık bağı
    ————————
    v. bağlamak, demet yapmak, destek koymak, asmak, ipe çekmek
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    1. paketle (v.) 2. demet (n.)
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) (sıkıca) bağlamak

    English-Turkish dictionary > truss

  • 9 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) zvezati
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    I [trʌs]
    noun
    sveženj, omot, snop, šop; botany kobul, evetna kita; mreža, rešetke pri mostu; medicine kilni pas; architecture nosilni tram; ogredje; oder
    II [trəs]
    transitive verb
    po-, pri-, z-, vezati; zaviti; zadrgniti (z vrvico); zavihati (obleko itd.); culinary zvezati noge in krila (perutnini pri pečenju); zgrabiti in odnesti (o jastrebu); architecture pojačiti, armirati, podpreti
    to truss up — zadrgniti; spodrecati (krilo); obsolete obesiti (zločinca)

    English-Slovenian dictionary > truss

  • 10 truss

    • ristikko
    • tukiansas
    • tyrävyö
    • sitoa
    • sitoa kimpuksi
    building / construction industry
    • ansas
    • vahvistaa
    building / construction industry
    • kattotuoli
    • kimppu
    • kohjuvyö
    • konsoli
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) sitoa

    English-Finnish dictionary > truss

  • 11 truss

    I [trʌs]
    1) (of hay) fascio m., fastello m.
    2) med. cinto m. erniario
    3) ing. capriata f., travatura f. reticolare
    II [trʌs]
    2) ing. reggere [qcs.] con travatura reticolare
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) legare
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    [trʌs]
    1. vt
    (also: truss up) legare stretto, Culin legare
    2. n
    Med cinto erniario
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    truss /trʌs/
    n.
    1 (ind. costr.) travatura reticolare
    2 (edil.) capriata ( del tetto): king-post truss, capriata semplice; queen-post truss, capriata trapezoidale
    3 (archit.) mensola; modiglione
    4 fascio, fastello ( di fieno o di paglia)
    7 (naut.) trozza
    truss bridge, ponte a travatura reticolare □ (ind. costr.) truss rod, catena.
    (to) truss /trʌs/
    v. t.
    1 legare (stretto); affastellare: They trussed up the poor man with ropes, hanno legato il pover'uomo con le funi
    2 reggere, sostenere ( un tetto, un ponte, ecc.) mediante travatura reticolare
    ● (naut.) to truss up a sail, raccogliere una vela □ (edil.) trussed beam, trave rinforzata con catena □ (edil.) trussed rafter, capriata semplice.
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    I [trʌs]
    1) (of hay) fascio m., fastello m.
    2) med. cinto m. erniario
    3) ing. capriata f., travatura f. reticolare
    II [trʌs]
    2) ing. reggere [qcs.] con travatura reticolare

    English-Italian dictionary > truss

  • 12 truss

    1. noun
    1) (of roof etc.) Gebälk, das
    2) (Med.) Bruchband, das
    2. transitive verb

    truss [up] — fesseln

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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) zäumen, binden
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    [trʌs]
    I. n
    1. (belt) Bruchband nt
    2. ARCHIT (frame) Gerüst nt
    II. vt
    to \truss sb jdn fesseln
    to \truss poultry Geflügel dressieren
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    [trʌs]
    1. n
    1) (Brit: bundle) Bündel nt, Garbe f
    2) (BUILD of bridge) Fachwerk nt; (of roof) Gespärre nt; (= single beam) Dachsparren m; (vertical) Dachbalken m
    3) (MED) Bruchband nt
    2. vt
    1) (= tie) hay bündeln; person fesseln
    2) (COOK) chicken etc dressieren
    3) (BUILD) (ab)stützen
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    truss [trʌs]
    A v/t
    a) bündeln, (fest)schnüren, (zusammen)binden,
    b) jemanden fesseln
    3. ARCH stützen, absteifen
    B s
    1. MED Bruchband n
    2. ARCH
    a) Fachwerk n
    b) Gebinde n (eines Dachs)
    c) Sprengwerk n (einer Brücke etc)
    3. SCHIFF Rack n
    4. BOT Traube f
    5. besonders Br (Heu-, Stroh- etc) Bündel n, (-)Ballen m
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    1. noun
    1) (of roof etc.) Gebälk, das
    2) (Med.) Bruchband, das
    2. transitive verb

    truss [up] — fesseln

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    n.
    (§ pl.: trusses)
    = Bund -e m.

    English-german dictionary > truss

  • 13 truss

    [trʌs] 1. n ( MED)
    pas m przepuklinowy
    2. vt
    Phrasal Verbs:
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) związać

    English-Polish dictionary > truss

  • 14 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) nosaitēt; sasiet
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    vīšķis, kušķis; čemurs; bandāža; ferma; sasaistīt, sasiet; nostiprināt

    English-Latvian dictionary > truss

  • 15 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) surišti, suveržti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > truss

  • 16 truss

    n. konsol, bjälkbindning; bunt
    --------
    v. förstärka; binda
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    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) binda []

    English-Swedish dictionary > truss

  • 17 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) svázat
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    • svázat

    English-Czech dictionary > truss

  • 18 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) zviazať
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    • zväzok slamy
    • otep
    • podopriet
    • podopierat
    • krokvica
    • nosník

    English-Slovak dictionary > truss

  • 19 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) a lega

    English-Romanian dictionary > truss

  • 20 truss

    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) δένω σφιχτά

    English-Greek dictionary > truss

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