English - Turkish

  1. vakum
  2. boşluk
  3. hava boşluğu
  4. vakumlamak
  5. vacuumpacked içindeki hava boşaltılıp kapatıl
  6. elektrik süpürgesi kullanmak
  7. uzay boşluğu Kimya
  8. vacuum bottle termos
  9. boşay Kimya
  10. emme
  11. vakumlu
  12. vacuum brake vakum freni
  13. elektrik süpürgesi
  14. (fiil) elektrik süpürgesi ile temizlemek
  15. vakum,havayı boşaltma,boşay,boşluk Nükleer Bilimler
  16. (fiil)kumlu
  17. Hava boşluğu; içinden havanın boşaltılması olduğu hacim; negatif basınç Diş Hekimliği
  18. --s (väk'yumz)/vac.u.a (väk'yuwı) çoğul
  19. boşlukla ilgili
  20. vakumla fiil
  21. vakum,vakum isim
  22. boşluk, vakum. f., k.dili. elektrik süpürgesiyle temizlemek isim
  23. vacuum cleaner elektrik süpürgesi
  24. elektrik süpürgesiyle temizlemek
  25. boşluk/vakum (vacua)

English - English

  1. To clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner
  2. A vacuum cleaner
  3. To use a vacuum cleaner
  4. A region of space that contains no matter
  5. the absence of matter
  6. an empty area or space; "the huge desert voids"; "the emptiness of outer space"; "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
  7. a region empty of matter
  8. 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
  9. Space or vessel containing nothing, not even air
  10. an electrical home appliance that cleans by suction
  11. (1) Space devoid of atoms or molecules
  12. The pressure range between earth's atmosphere and no pressure, normally expressed in inches of mercury (in Hg) vacuum
  13. - A space where air has been completely removed
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. as, a vacuum of 26 inches of mercury, or 13 pounds per square inch
  18. clean with a vacuum cleaner; "vacuum the carpets"
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. Pressure less than atmospheric pressure
  25. 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
  26. If you vacuum something, you clean it using a vacuum cleaner. I vacuumed the carpets today It's important to vacuum regularly
  27. of or pertaining to a vaccum; using a vacuum; producing vacuum sıfat
  28. clean with a vacuum cleaner, operate a device for cleaning carpets and floors by air suction fiil
  29. void, emptiness, vacuity; space that is empty of matter; electrical device which cleans surfaces by creating air suction isim
  30. 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


About This Word

    Etymology: [ 'va-(")kyüm, -ky&m ] (noun.) 1550. From Dutch vacuüm, from Latin vacuum, the substantivated neutrum of the adjective vacuus (“empty”); spelt with a diæresis added to specify the trisyllabic pronunciation (as opposed to the disyllabic *).
    Synonyms: exhaustion, free space, gap, hoover, hoovering, nothingness, rarefaction, space, vacuity, void
    Antonyms: plenum, fullness
    Tenses: vacuums, vacuuming, vacuumed
    Common Collocations: vacuum cleaner
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