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branch

  • 81 branch

    adj. dal, şube, kol
    ————————
    n. dal; şube, kol, kol (bitki); sınıf; branş; dere, çay, göbek, soy ağacındaki yer
    ————————
    v. dal budak salmak, yayılmak, kollara ayrılmak, dallanmak
    * * *
    1. dal 2. dallan (v.) 3. dallandır (v.) 4. dal (n.)
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) dal
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) kol, şube
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) ayrılmak

    English-Turkish dictionary > branch

  • 82 branch

    • opintosuunta
    • oksa
    • paikallisosasto
    finance, business, economy
    • toimiala
    • jakaantua
    • irtautua
    • jakautua
    • irrota
    • hyppy
    • erkaantua
    • erottua
    • filiaali
    • erota
    • eritä
    • sivuliike
    • sivumyymälä
    • sivurata
    • sivukonttori
    • ala
    • aselaji
    • ammattiosasto
    • puunoksa
    • haarauma
    • haarautumiskohta
    • haarukka
    • haaru
    • haaroittua
    • haaroittaa
    • haaraverkko
    • haarautua
    automatic data processing
    • haara (ATK)
    • haaraliike
    • haaraosasto
    • hanka
    • haara
    • haarakonttori
    • haarake
    • haara(tietotekn)
    • haaramyymälä
    • haaraantua
    • haarautuma
    • mennä erilleen
    • sakara
    • piirihaara
    • poiketa
    • koulutusala
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    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) oksa
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) haaraosasto, sivu-, haara-
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) haarautua

    English-Finnish dictionary > branch

  • 83 branch

    < lateral>
    わかれ 別れ
    ブランチ
    しぶ 支部
    えだ
    ぶんかい 分会
    ぶんだん 分団
    わかれみち 別れ道 < of an institution>
    ぶんいん 分院 a branch: < of flowers>
    いちだ 一朶
    * * *
    /brǽn(t)ʃ│brɑ́ːn(t)ʃ/ 〔「枝」から「枝状のもの(支流・支局など)」をさす〕
    〖名〗(複~・es/-iz/) 〖C〗
    1 (一般に)《◆子孫・友情の象徴; 幹はtrunk, 根はroot》

    a dead ~ 枯れ枝. ◇[類] bough((文))花・実などのついた(切取った)大枝/twig, sprig, spray 小枝/shoot 若枝/limb ((文))主要な幹・枝.

    ◇[語法] 特に区別しない場合は大枝(bough), 小枝(twig)の総称として用いる.
    2
    a 枝状のもの; 派生した物

    the ~ of a deer's antler シカの枝角の1つ.

    b [しばしば形容詞的に] (川の)支流(の), 支脈(の); ⇒ =~ line .
    3
    a ⇒ =~ office .
    b (学問などの)部門(section)

    a ~ of biology 生物学の一部門.

    c (同じ祖先から出た)分家; 〔言〕語派《◆2b, 3aでは反対語はmain, head, trunk》.
    4 〔コンピュータ〕ブランチ, 分枝.
    〖動〗|自|〈木が〉枝をひろげる(+forth); 〈川・道・鉄道などが〉分れる(+off, away, out); 分岐して〔…に〕なる〔into, to〕.
    [自]
    (1) ⇒ |自| .
    (2) 〈列車・車が〉〔…から〕支線[わき道に]入る〔 from〕.
    (3) 〈 考えが〉〔…から〕それる〔 from〕.
    [自]
    (1) ⇒ |自| .
    (2) 〈事業・人が〉〔…に〕活動範囲をひろげる〔 into〕.
    (3) 〈話が〉〔…から〕枝葉にわたる(+away)〔 from〕.

    English-Japanese dictionary > branch

  • 84 branch

    n
    podruћnica
    bank branch bankovna podruћnica
    branch banking podruћno bankarstvo
    foreign branch strana podruћnica

    Englesko-Hrvatski Glosar bankarstva, osiguranja i ostalih financijskih usluga > branch

  • 85 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) zars
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) filiāle; atzars; nozarojums
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) atzaroties; sazaroties
    * * *
    zars; nozare; filiāle, nodaļa; atteka; atzarojums; līnija, zars; sazarot; sazaroties

    English-Latvian dictionary > branch

  • 86 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) šaka
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) atšaka, filialas
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) išsišakoti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > branch

  • 87 branch

    n. gren, kvist; filial; avdelningskontor; område
    --------
    v. sända ut (ha) grenar, förgrena sig
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    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) gren, kvist
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) filial, bibana
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) expandera, förgrena sig, vika av

    English-Swedish dictionary > branch

  • 88 branch

    branch I v ( branch v off) abzweigen, sich verzweigen, sich teilen (z. B. Leitungen) branch II 1. Abzweigung f, Zweig m, Verzweigung f (von Leitungen); 2. Abzweigrohr n; Zulauf m, Zulaufrohr n; Hausanschluss m (Wasser)

    English-German dictionary of Architecture and Construction > branch

  • 89 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) větev
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) pobočka; boční
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) rozvětvovat se
    * * *
    • větev
    • větvit
    • pobočka
    • odvětví

    English-Czech dictionary > branch

  • 90 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) vetva
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) pobočka; vedľajší
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) rozvetvovať sa
    * * *
    • vetvit
    • vedný obor
    • vetva
    • vetvenie
    • filiálka
    • cast
    • pobocka
    • odbocovat
    • odbocka
    • odskok

    English-Slovak dictionary > branch

  • 91 branch

    ветвь, переход, отвод

    branch box
    branch instruction
    branch tube
    branching factor
    branching instruction

    Англо-русский словарь по робототехнике > branch

  • 92 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) ramură
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) sucursală; linie secundară
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) a se bifurca

    English-Romanian dictionary > branch

  • 93 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) κλαδί
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) κλάδος, παρακλάδι, υποκατάστημα, παράρτημα
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) διακλαδώνομαι

    English-Greek dictionary > branch

  • 94 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) 樹枝
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) 分枝
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) 分叉

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > branch

  • 95 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) branche
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) succursale, ligne secondaire
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) bifurquer

    English-French dictionary > branch

  • 96 branch

    1. noun
    1) (an arm-like part of a tree: He cut some branches off the oak tree.) galho
    2) (an offshoot from the main part (of a business, railway etc): There isn't a branch of that store in this town; ( also adjective) That train runs on the branch line.) sucursal, ramal
    2. verb
    ((usually with out/off) to spread out like, or into, a branch or branches: The road to the coast branches off here.) ramificar(-se)

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > branch

  • 97 Branch

    subs.
    Bough: Ar. and V. κλδος, ὁ, φυλλς, ἡ, V. ὄζος, ὁ, ἀκρέμων, ὁ (Eur., Cycl. 455), ἔρνος, τό, βλάστημα, τό (rare P.).
    Young shoot: P. and V. πτόρθος, ὁ (Plat.). κλών, ὁ (Plat.).
    Suppliant branch of olive: P. and V. θαλλός, ὁ, κετηρία, ἡ, V. κλδος, ὁ, ἱκτηρία, ἡ.
    Associated club: P. συνωμοσία, ἡ.
    Divicion of a family, etc.: P. and V. μέρος, τό, μερς, ἡ.
    Part: P. and V. μέρος, τό, P. μόριον, τό.
    Of a river: P. κέρας, τό.
    Species, kind: P. and V. εἶδος, τό.
    Tribe: P. and V. φυλή, ἡ.
    Root and branch ( destroy): use adj., P. and V. πρόρριζος (also Ar. but rare P.), Ar. and V. αὐτόπρεμνος, or adv., V. πρυμνόθεν; see Utterly.
    Seamanship is a branch of art: P. τὸ ναυτικὸν τέχνης ἐστί (Thuc. 1, 142).
    ——————
    v. intrans.
    Of a road, river, etc.: P. and V. σχίζεσθαι.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Branch

  • 98 branch:

    Англо-русский словарь нефтегазовой промышленности > branch:

  • 99 branch

    [bra:nʧ] n
    1) ветвь, ветка
    2) филиал, отделение
    3) отрасль (науки, экономики); подразделение, род войск

    2000 самых употребительных английских слов > branch

  • 100 branch ***

    [brɒːntʃ]
    1. n
    (also), fig ramo, (in road, railway, pipe) diramazione f, (Comm: of company, bank) filiale f, succursale f
    2. vi
    (road) diramarsi, ramificarsi

    English-Italian dictionary > branch ***

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