basket crib это:

basket crib
ряж из деревянных брусьев (защищающий подводную часть бетонной опоры моста)

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "basket crib" в других словарях:

  • crib — [krib] n. [ME & OE, ox stall, couch, akin to Ger krippe, Frank * kripja: basic sense “what is woven or plaited, basket” < IE * grebh < base * ger , to wind, turn, weave; senses of “steal,” etc. < thieves slang < orig. sense “to put in …   English World dictionary

  • Crib — (kr[i^]b), n. [AS. crybb; akin to OS. kribbja, D. krib, kribbe, Dan. krybbe, G. krippe, and perh. to MHG. krebe basket, G, korb, and E. rip a sort of wicker basket.] [1913 Webster] 1. A manger or rack; a feeding place for animals. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • crib — O.E. cribbe manger, fodder bin in cowsheds and fields, from a W.Gmc. root (Cf. O.S. kribbia manger; O.Fris., M.Du. kribbe; O.H.G. krippa, Ger. Krippe crib, manger ) probably related to Ger. krebe basket. Meaning child s bed with barred sides is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • crib — [n] baby bed bassinet, bin*, box*, bunk, cot, cradle, manger, Moses basket*, rack*, stall*, trundle bed; concept 443 …   New thesaurus

  • crib — /krɪb / (say krib) noun 1. a child s bed, usually oval, and often of wickerwork, lined and decorated with muslin, etc. 2. a stall or pen for cattle. 3. a rack or manger for fodder, as in a stable or house for cattle. 4. a tableau of Mary, Joseph …   Australian English dictionary

  • crib — crib1 [krıb] n [: Old English; Origin: cribb] 1.) AmE a bed for a baby or young child, with bars on the side to stop the baby from falling out British Equivalent: cot 2.) BrE a bed with high sides for a very young baby, which you can move gently… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crib — /krib/, n., v., cribbed, cribbing. n. 1. a child s bed with enclosed sides. 2. a stall or pen for cattle. 3. a rack or manger for fodder, as in a stable or barn. 4. a bin for storing grain, salt, etc. 5. Informal. a. a translation, list of… …   Universalium

  • crib — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cribb; akin to Old High German krippa manger, and perhaps to Greek griphos reed basket Date: before 12th century 1. a manger for feeding animals 2. an enclosure especially of framework: as a. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • crib — [OE] Crib is a Germanic word, with relatives today in German (krippe) and Dutch (kribbe). In Old English it meant ‘manger’, and not until the 17th century did it develop its familiar presentday sense ‘child’s bed’. An intermediate stage, now lost …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • crib — [OE] Crib is a Germanic word, with relatives today in German (krippe) and Dutch (kribbe). In Old English it meant ‘manger’, and not until the 17th century did it develop its familiar presentday sense ‘child’s bed’. An intermediate stage, now lost …   Word origins

  • binn — f ( e/ a) bin, basket, crib, manger [Keltic?] …   Old to modern English dictionary


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