Bilgili, iyi ahlaklı, olgun ve örnek (kimse), hakim
Goethe, insanlarla ilgili her şeyi söyleyip tüketmiş bir bilgedir. H. Taner
Bilgili, iyi ahlaklı, olgun ve örnek kimse.
To cause to bulge.
The protuberant part of a cask, which is usually in the middle.
That part of a ship's hull or bottom which is broadest and most nearly flat, and on which she would rest if aground.
To suffer a fracture in the bilge; to spring a leak by a fracture in the bilge.
To fracture the bilge of, or stave in the bottom of.
Where the sides of the vessel curve in to form the bottom.
Cause to leak; 'the collision bilged the vessel'.
Water accumulated in the bilge of a ship.
Curved portion between the bottom and the side shell plating, drainage space within the ship.
The lowest point of a ship's inner hull.
The lowest part of a vessel's hull where any water in the hull collects.
The area in the lower part of the hull where water collects, also the part of the hull where the bottom turns into the side, the 'turn of the bilge'.
The lowest part or the interior of a vessel Space under the floor.
Lowest part of the ship's hull.
The interior of the hull below the floorboards.
The lowest part of a boat's hull.
Lowest section inside a boat's hull where water collects.
Spaces at the very bottom of the ship's infrastructure.
The lowest part of the hull's interior on either side of the keel The turn of the bilge is the transition of the hull shape from essentially horizontal to vertical in section, described as hard if the transition is relatively abrupt, or slack if the transition is gradual.
The lower part of a ship's hull, extending outward from the keel to port and starboard to where the sides rise vertically Any water in a vessel will collect there, thus ships always 'pump their bilges'.
The lower internal part of a boat's hull.
Portion of the bottom of a vessel where the sides meet the floor; area above the planking but beneath the ceiling.
Intersection of bottom and sides The chine for boats with chines and the point of contact of a 45o tangent for boats with round bilges.
The lowest internal part of the hull ballast is kept and bilge water collects.
The lowest interior part of the hull, where water collects, and from where bailing is normally done There is usually some water in the bilge's since no vessel is completely tight, but excessive bilge water can dangerously affect the vessel's stability When the bilge's overflow, damage to cargo may occur The bilge may be open or covered by an Orlop Deck.
The lowest interior portion of the boat's hull.
Lowest part of the boat Due to the force of gravity Everything ends up in the bilges Water, either from rain or from leaks, should be pumped out from the bilge.
Where the sides of the vessel curve in to form the bottom water accumulated in the bilge of a ship take in water at the bilge; 'the tanker bilged' cause to leak; 'the collision bilged the vessel'.
Take in water at the bilge; 'the tanker bilged'.
The lowest part of the ship inside the hull The bilge water, either from rain or from seas breaking abroad would collect in this area.
The lowest interior position of a ship; the water that accumulates in the bilge is called bilge water.