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vacuum teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

vakum Hiçbir şey vakum içindeki ışık hızından daha hızlı seyahat edemez. - Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light in a vacuum.
hava boşluğu
(Kimya) boşay
çıngı süpürgesiyle temizlemek
boşluk
vacuum brake vakum freni
vacuum cleaner elektrik süpürgesi
vacuum bottle termos
boşlukla ilgili
vacuumpacked içindeki hava boşaltılıp kapatıl
elektrik süpürgesi kullanmak
elektrik süpürgesi Zemindeki tozu bir elektrik süpürgesi ile emdi. - I sucked up the dust on the floor with a vacuum cleaner.
(Nükleer Bilimler) vakum,havayı boşaltma,boşay,boşluk
{ç} --s (väk'yumz)/vac.u.a (väk'yuwı)
(fiil)kumlu
vakumlu
(Diş Hekimliği) Hava boşluğu; içinden havanın boşaltılması olduğu hacim; negatif basınç
(fiil) elektrik süpürgesi ile temizlemek
{f} vakumla
{i} vakum,vakum
{i} boşluk, vakum. f., k.dili. elektrik süpürgesiyle temizlemek
{i} emme
(Kimya) uzay boşluğu
vakumlamak
vacuum cleaner
elektrik süpürgesi Zemindeki tozu bir elektrik süpürgesi ile emdi. - I sucked up the dust on the floor with a vacuum cleaner.
vacuum chamber
vakum odası
vacuum concrete
(İnşaat) vakum betonu
vacuum gauge
vakummetre
vacuum hose
(Otomotiv) vakum hortumu
vacuum lamp
(Aydınlatma) boşluklu lamba
vacuum meter
vakummetre
vacuum motor
(Otomotiv) vakum motoru
vacuum pressure
boşluk basıncı
vacuum pump
boşluk pompası
vacuum pumping
vakum pompası
vacuum switch
(Otomotiv) vakum anahtarı
vacuum system
(Otomotiv) vakum sistemi
vacuum tank
vakum tankı
vacuum test
vakum testi
vacuum tube
(Elektrik, Elektronik) vakum tübü
vacuum valve
(Otomotiv,Teknik) vakum valfi
vacuum bag
vakum çantası
vacuum bottle
termos
vacuum bottle
vakum şişesi
vacuum brake
vakum eğleci
vacuum clean
vakumla temizle
vacuum cleaner
vakumlu temizleyici
vacuum cleaner
çıngı süpürgesi
vacuum distillation
vakum distilasyonu
vacuum distillation
boşluk damıtması
vacuum drier
vakumlu kurutucu
vacuum extractor
vakum aleti
vacuum filter
vakum filtresi
vacuum flask
vakum şişesi
vacuum flask
termos
vacuum furnace
vakum fırını
vacuum gauge
vakum ölçer
vacuum pan
pişirme kazanı
vacuum pan
vakum kazanı
vacuum pipe
vakum borusu
vacuum pump
vakum pompası
vacuum tube
vakum lambası
vacuum tube
vakum tüpü
vacuum advance
vakum avansı, basınç öndelemesi
vacuum coating
vakumlu örtme
vacuum control
vakum kontrolü
vacuum gauge
vakum monometresi
vacuum heat treatment
vakumlu ışıl işlem
vacuum indicator
vakummetre
vacuum modulator
vakum modülatör
vacuum packed
Vakumlanıp paketlenmiş
vacuum pan
vakum kazanı, pişirme kazanı
vacuum switch
vakumlu şalter, vakumlu anahtar
vacuum truck
vidanjör; foseptik kuyularındaki pis suları çekmeye yarayan araç
Vacuum monitor
(Tekstil) Vakum gözleyici
vacuum activity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) vakum etkinliği
vacuum actuator
(Otomotiv) vakum kumandası
vacuum advance
vakum ya da boşluk avansı
vacuum advance
(Otomotiv) basınç öndelemesi
vacuum advance
(Otomotiv) vakum avansı
vacuum advancer
(Otomotiv) vakum avans mekanizması
vacuum ager
(Tekstil) vakum buharlayıcı
vacuum bellows
vakum körüğü
vacuum bellows
(Otomotiv) vakum körükleri
vacuum block
vakum bloğu
vacuum body
vakum yuvası
vacuum booster
(Otomotiv) yardımcı vakum pompası
vacuum bottle
termos şişesi
vacuum brake
(fiil)kum freni
vacuum brake
vakum freni
vacuum breaker
(Nükleer Bilimler) vakum kırıcı
vacuum breaker
vakum bozucu
vacuum can
vakumlu konserve
vacuum can
(fiil)kumlu konserve
vacuum chilling
vakumlu soğutma
vacuum clean
vakumla temizlemek
vacuum cleaner
hava emişli temizleyici
vacuum coating
vakumlu soğutma
vacuum concrete
vakumlu beton
vacuum connection
(Otomotiv) vakum bağlantısı
vacuum connections
(Otomotiv) vakum bağlantıları
vacuum cooling
vakumlu soğutma
vacuum correction
(Meteoroloji) boşluk düzeltmesi
vacuum ctrlyen type
(Otomotiv) vakum tahrikli tip
vacuum cylinder
vakum silindiri
vacuum delay valve
(Otomotiv,Teknik) vakum geciktirme valfi
vacuum deposition
(Nükleer Bilimler) vakumda kaplama
vacuum dewatering
vakumla suyunu alına
vacuum diaphragm
(Otomotiv) vakum diyaframı
vacuum diode
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) vakumlu diyot
vacuum distillation
(Gıda) vakum damıtması
vacuum distillation
(Tekstil) boşluk damıtması, vakum destilasyonu
vacuum distributor
(Otomotiv) vakum distribütörü
vacuum distributor
(Otomotiv) vakum dağıtıcısı
vacuum drier
(fiil)kumlu kurutucu
vacuum drier
emmeli kurutucu
vacuum dump valve
(Otomotiv) vakum boşaltma valfi
vacuum dump valve
(Otomotiv) vakum azaltma valfi
vacuum evaporator
(Biyokimya) vakum buharlayıcı
vacuum extraction
(Otomotiv) vakumlu temizleme
vacuum filters
vakum filtre
vacuum filtration
vakumlu filitrasyon
vacuum flask
İng. termos
vacuum fluorescent
vakum floresant
vacuum form
vakum kalıbı
vacuum form
emici kalıp
vacuum gage
(fiil)kum monometresi
vacuum gage
vakum monometresi
vacuum gage
(Otomotiv) vakum göstergesi
vacuum gauge
(fiil)kum monometresi
vacuum indicator
vakum göstergesi
vacuum indicator
vakum gösterici
vacuum inlet
(Otomotiv) vakum girişi
vacuum input signal
(Otomotiv) vakum giriş sinyali
vacuum lest
vakum deney
vacuum lifter
vakumlu kaldırıcı
vacuum lifter
vantuz
vacuum lifting
vakumlu aygıtla kaldırma
vacuum line
vakum hattı
vacuum mask
vacuum bottle
vacuum mat
beton vakum örtüsü
vacuum melting
vakum altında ergitme
vacuum melting
vakumlu ergitme
vacuum melting
vakum ergitme
vacuum nipple
(Otomotiv) vakum memesi
vacuum of authority
(Askeri) otorite boşluğu
vacuum operation
vakum işlemi
vacuum packed
(fiil)kumlu, vakumlanmış
vacuum packed
vakumlu
vacuum packed
vakumlanmış
vacuum pressure
bosluk basinci
vacuum pump
boşluk pompası, boşaltaç
vacuum pump gauge
(Otomotiv) vakum pompası ölçü aleti
vacuum regulator
vakum regülatörü
İngilizce - İngilizce

vacuum teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

A vacuum cleaner
To clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner
A region of space that contains no matter
To use a vacuum cleaner
a space entirely devoid of matter
{n} a void, space that is without matter
(1) Space devoid of atoms or molecules
Space or vessel containing nothing, not even air
- A space where air has been completely removed
The pressure range between earth's atmosphere and no pressure, normally expressed in inches of mercury (in Hg) vacuum
an enclosed space or container from which air has been removed; a space empty of all matter
the use of suction to stimulate the circulation of the skin and cleanse the pores, usually with a small tubular glass apparatus attached to a machine TOP
A space in which the pressure is significantly lower than atmospheric pressure Vacuum forming: A method of forming in which a plastic sheet is clamped in a stationary frame, heated and forced down by a vacuum onto a mold Volt: The work per unit change or potential difference between two points in a circuit Voltage: An electrical potential
Pressure less than atmospheric pressure
A condition resulting when an area is partly exhausted of air or gas Vee (Vee Down) Is a Avee@ shaped deformation in cover hook associated with drastically reduced cover hook dimension In extreme cases, vees can be detected by external examination of the seam Venting Eliminating air from a retort prior to sterilizing canned foods Viscometer An instrument to measure viscosity Viscosity Internal friction or resistance to flow of a liquid The constant ratio of shearing stress to rate of shear In liquids for which this ratio is a function of stress, the term Aapparent viscosity@ is defined as this ratio Volatile Readily forming a vapor or gaseous phase Volatilization The process of becoming volatile
clean with a vacuum cleaner; "vacuum the carpets"
The condition of rarefaction, or reduction of pressure below that of the atmosphere, in a vessel, as the condenser of a steam engine, which is nearly exhausted of air or steam, etc
as, a vacuum of 26 inches of mercury, or 13 pounds per square inch
an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction a region empty of matter the absence of matter clean with a vacuum cleaner; "vacuum the carpets
A space entirely devoid of matter (called also, by way of distinction, absolute vacuum); hence, in a more general sense, a space, as the interior of a closed vessel, which has been exhausted to a high or the highest degree by an air pump or other artificial means; as, water boils at a reduced temperature in a vacuum
A region of space containing no matter In practice, a region of gas at very low pressure
a region empty of matter
an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction
the absence of matter
an empty area or space; "the huge desert voids"; "the emptiness of outer space"; "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
A vacuum is a space that contains no air or other gas. Space in which there is no matter or in which the pressure is so low that any particles in the space do not affect any processes being carried on there. It is a condition well below normal atmospheric pressure and is measured in units of pressure (the pascal). A vacuum can be created by removing air from a space using a vacuum pump or by reducing the pressure using a fast flow of fluid, as in Bernoulli's principle
The absence of matter such as air A perfect vacuum is a condition that does not exist High-vacuum coating chambers pump down from an atmospheric pressure of 760 Torr to a pressure of 1 x 10-5 Torr This means that for every 100,000,000 molecules of air in the chamber before pumpdown, only about 1 remains after
vacuum = [Latin] empty space, from vacuus = [Latin] empty Something that contains a vacuum is completely empty, and does not even have any air in it In practice, it is very hard to make a pure vacuum, so the name is also used when there is hardly any air or other material The Vacuum Tower Telescope has a vacuum in its main tube
This term can be used to define any number of devices that use suction to collect dirt from the bottom and sides of a pool or spa Most common is a vacuum head with wheels that attaches to a telepole and is connected to the suction line usually via the opening in the skimmer It must be moved about by a person, and debris is collected in the filter
If you vacuum something, you clean it using a vacuum cleaner. I vacuumed the carpets today It's important to vacuum regularly
vacuum removes historical data and unreferenced large objects It also may update statistics if that option is specified See the Illustra User's Guide, Section 2 52
{f} clean with a vacuum cleaner, operate a device for cleaning carpets and floors by air suction
{s} of or pertaining to a vaccum; using a vacuum; producing vacuum
{i} void, emptiness, vacuity; space that is empty of matter; electrical device which cleans surfaces by creating air suction
If someone or something creates a vacuum, they leave a place or position which then needs to be filled by another person or thing. His presence should fill the power vacuum which has been developing over the past few days
1 A given space filled with gas at pressures below atmospheric pressure Various approximate ranges are: low vacuum, torr 760 to 25; medium vacuum, torr 25 to 10-3; high vacuum, torr 10-3 to 10-6; very high vacuum, torr 10-6 to 10-9; ultrahigh vacuum, torr 10-9 and below
If something is done in a vacuum, it is not affected by any outside influences or information. Moral values cannot be taught in a vacuum
vacuum aspiration
A method of inducing abortion, during the first trimester of pregnancy, in which the embryo and placenta are drawn off through a narrow tube
vacuum cleaner
A domestic or industrial mobile machine for cleaning floors and similar surfaces that draws dust and other particles into a container (often a bag) by the suction created by an electric motor driving a fan
vacuum cleaners
plural form of vacuum cleaner
vacuum decay
A hypothetical process whereby spacetime undergoes a phase transition (decays) into a lower-energy state
vacuum desiccator
A desiccator fitted with a stopcock whereby it can be evacuated
vacuum distillation
Distillation under reduced pressure, and thus at a reduced temperature with less risk of thermal degradation
vacuum energy
The underlying background energy of empty space
vacuum flask
A bottle, flask or similar vessel having a vacuum between its inner and outer silvered walls; designed to maintain the temperature of its contents
vacuum flask
A type of glass flask used in a laboratory similar to an Erlenmeyer flask, but with a side spout used for conection to an aspirator. Also known as a Büchner flask
vacuum flask
A Dewar vessel is the scientific version, and is most often used to store liquified gases
vacuum flasks
plural form of vacuum flask
vacuum gauge
An instrument that is used to measure very low pressures of gases
vacuum pump
A piece of equipment used for extraction of gas or vapour from an enclosed space, leaving the container with a partial vacuum
vacuum pumps
plural form of vacuum pump
vacuum tube
An electrical device containing a heated filament inside an evacuated container (generally a glass tube) and used to produce rectification (a diode vacuum tube), amplification or other functions
vacuum tubes
plural form of vacuum tube
vacuum-clean
To clean with a vacuum cleaner
vacuum-packed
Packed in an airtight container in a partial vacuum
vacuum advance
(Otomotiv) A device located to the side of the distributor that advances the ignition spark in response to the vacuum produced by the operation of the engine
vacuum aspiration
A method of abortion performed during the first trimester of pregnancy, in which the contents of the uterus are withdrawn through a narrow tube. Also called suction curettage, vacuum curettage
vacuum bottle
A vacuum bottle is the same as a vacuum flask. A bottle or flask having a vacuum between its inner and outer walls, designed to maintain the desired temperature of the contents. Also called vacuum flask
vacuum bottle
thermos
vacuum casting
The casting of metals under a vacuum
vacuum chamber
a chamber from which nearly all matter (especially air) has been removed
vacuum cleaner
an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction
vacuum cleaner
A machine for cleaning carpets, tapestry, upholstered work, etc
vacuum cleaner
device used for cleaning which sucks in dirt by creating a vacuum
vacuum cleaner
by suction
vacuum cleaner
A vacuum cleaner or a vacuum is an electric machine which sucks up dust and dirt from carpets. An electrical appliance that cleans surfaces by suction. a machine that cleans floors by sucking up dirt British Equivalent: hoover&trade
vacuum drier
{i} dryer used for drying raw materials that are heat sensitive
vacuum drying
Removal of liquid material from a solution or mixture under reduced air pressure, which results in drying at a lower temperature than is required at full pressure
vacuum flask
thermos
vacuum flask
A vacuum flask is a container which is used to keep hot drinks hot or cold drinks cold. It has two thin silvery glass walls with a vacuum between them. a special container that keeps liquids hot or cold = thermos
vacuum flask
flask with double walls separated by vacuum; used to maintain substances at high or low temperatures
vacuum forming
A method of forming plastic sheets or films into three-dimensional shapes, in which the plastic sheet is clamped in a frame suspended above a mold, heated until it becomes softened, drawn down into contact with the mold by means of a vacuum, and cooled while in contact with the mold Often used interchangeably with thermoforming
vacuum forming
A method of forming thermoplastics sheet The sheet is clamped in a frame, heated and drawn down onto a mould form by vacuum pressure
vacuum forming
Molding of thermosetting polymers to specific shapes by heating a thin sheet then pulling it against a pattern with a vacuum
vacuum gauge
A device for measuring pressures below atmospheric pressure
vacuum gauge
a gauge for indicating negative atmospheric pressure
vacuum modulator
(Otomotiv) A small, easily replaceable, part found on some automatic transmissions
vacuum packed
sterilized, sanitized, has not been touched
vacuum pump
A pump used to remove some fluids such as air and moisture form a system at a pressure below the earth's atmosphere
vacuum pump
- A device used by a neon shop to draw a vacuum on the inside of a neon lamp
vacuum pump
A unit of mechanical equipment used to increase the pressure in a gas stream and providing a nearly complete vacuum at the suction flange
vacuum pump
A diaphragm type of pump used to produce a vacuum
vacuum pump
a pump that moves air in or out of something
vacuum pump
A compressor that operates at an intake pressure below atmospheric and usually discharges at atmospheric pressure or a little higher
vacuum pump
A device that provides vacuum for operation of the engine accessories
vacuum pump
device used for generating a void by drawing in air
vacuum pump
A device which sets up a flow of gas in a vacuum system Some of the more common types are mechanical pump, vapor or diffusion pump, cryopump
vacuum pump
used to aid in the cooling of receivers
vacuum tube
cathode ray tube that emits electron rays
vacuum tube
An electron tube from which all or most of the gas has been removed, permitting electrons to move with low interaction with any remaining gas molecules. a valve. Electron tube consisting of a sealed glass or metal enclosure from which the air has been withdrawn. It was used in early electronic circuitry to control a flow of electrons. In the first half of the 20th century, vacuum tubes allowed the development of radio broadcasting, long-distance telephone service, television, and the first electronic digital computers, which were the largest vacuum-tube systems ever built. Transistors have replaced them in virtually all applications, but they are still occasionally used in display devices for television sets and computers (cathode-ray tubes), in microwave ovens, and as high-frequency transmitters on space satellites
vacuum-packed
Food that is vacuum-packed is packed in a bag from which most of the air has been removed, in order to keep the food fresh. vacuum-packed food is in a container from which most of the air has been removed, so that the food will stay fresh for longer
central vacuum
a vacuum cleaner built into the fabric of a building, with a central motor and dirt bag and distributed points where a hose and appliances may be plugged in
partial vacuum
A region of low atmospheric pressure, especially one in which most of the air has been pumped out
political vacuum
a state of relative anarchy compared to neighboring states, often caused by death of the head of state before a successor could be designated Both directly and through their terrorist intermediaries in Lebanon, Iran's ayatollahs have been meddling in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for years. But the death of Yasser Arafat, and the political vacuum that has emerged in the wake of the Palestinian strongman's passing, have laid the groundwork for even greater Iranian infiltration of Palestinian politics. (, 1/26/2005).
vacuä
plural form of vacuüm
Nature abhors a vacuum
(Atasözü) This idiom is used to express the idea that empty or unfilled spaces are unnatural as they go against the laws of nature and physics
Torricellian vacuum
vacuum above the column of a barometer (named after the 17th century Italian physicist Evangelista Torricellian)
fill a vacuum
fill up an empty space
leave a vacuum
leave behind a void, leave a cavity
vacua
plural of vacuum
vacuumed
past of vacuum
vacuuming
present participle of vacuum
vacuums
third-person singular of vacuum
Türkçe - İngilizce

vacuum teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

vacuum bottle
vacuum mask
boşluk tulumbası vacuum pump
(for removing air)
vacuum