Türkçeden İngilizceye Çeviri Sonucu
- A compressed pack of wool/cotton/cloth of a convenient form for transit The heavily compressed bale is also less fire hazardous.
- A compressed block of grass usually weighing in from a 1- 10 kilos from source. open air pavilion. harm or disaster; sorrow, woe; something which is harmful. n sorrow, grief [OE Angl balu].
- A fitting on the end of a spar, such as the boom, to which a line may be fed.
- A large bundle of compressed and bound goods, such as cotton.
- A densified and bound cube of recyclable material or solid waste, such as paper, cardboard, or metal.
- A large block of crushed PET bottles held together tightly with plastic strapping Recycled PET bales can hold more than 9,600 bottles and weigh more than 1,200 pounds each.
- Solid, compressed stack of pulp or paper sheets.
- A large compressed, bound, and often wrapped bundle of a commodity, such as cotton or hay.
- A large rectangular shaped compressed package of waste paper, rag, pulp etc Bale dimensions and weight varies widely depending on the baling material and handling capabilities.
- A compacted and bound cube of recycled material.
- The end product of a compaction process that is used to decrease the volume that material occupies by increasing the density and weight Bales are typically 3' x 4' x 5' and must be bound with plastic stripping or wire to keep from falling apart. a large bundle, as in: The hay was collected together and compressed into a bale.
- A bag, sack, square or oblong package into which fiber is compressed The size and weight of a bale is variable.
- A package of wool, compactly compressed, warped in a protective cover One or more bales can make up a sale lot A bale of wool is 1 25 meters high, up to 204 kg and is one cubic meter in capacity.
- a large bundle bound for storage or transport. a city in northwestern Switzerland. make into a bale; 'bale hay'.
- Evil; an evil, pernicious influence; something causing great injury. a large bundle bound for storage or transport make into a bale; 'bale hay'.
- Misery; calamity; misfortune; sorrow.
- See Bail, v. t., to lade.
- To make up in a bale.
- A bundle or package of goods in a cloth cover, and corded for storage or transportation; also, a bundle of straw, hay, etc., put up compactly for transportation.