tension

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gerilim

Irkçı gerilimler yüksek kaldı. - Racial tensions remained high.

Soğuk Savaş gerilimi arttı. - Cold-war tension has mounted.

gerginlik

İkimiz arasında büyüyen bir gerginlik hissettim. - I felt the tension grow between us.

Kardeşler arasında çok gerginlik var. - There's a lot of tension among the siblings.

tansiyon

Tansiyon kalp hastalığının ana kaynağıdır. - Tension is a major cause of heart disease.

(Tıp) Gergenlik, damarlar içinde dolaşan kanın duvara yaptığı baskı, tansiyon
tevettür
(ip/tel/vb.) gerginlik derecesi
stres
zihin yorgunluğu
voltaj
asabiyet
germe veya gerilme kuvveti
{i} germe
{i} heyecan
(Mukavele) gerilim, çekme
elektromotor kuvvet
{i} gerilme
tension adjustor arm
(Otomotiv) gergi ayarı kolu
tension bars
gergi çubukları
tension block
germe bloğu
tension bolt
(İnşaat) germe cıvatası
tension boom
çekme başlığı
tension bracket hole
(Tekstil) iplik deliği
tension chord
çekme çubuğu
tension chord
çekme başlığı
tension disk
(Tekstil) tansiyon diski
tension element
çekme elemanı
tension failure
tansiyon yenilmesi
tension fault
tansiyon fayı
tension flange
çekme flanşı
tension flange
çekme plakası
tension gauge
(Otomotiv) gerginlik ölçme aleti
tension gauge
(Otomotiv) tansiyon ölçme aleti
tension headache
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerilim başarısı
tension leveler
gergili düzeltme
tension lever
(Otomotiv) gergi levyesi
tension load
gerilim yükü
tension lock
germe kilidi
tension measuring
(Tıp) tansiyon ölçme
tension pile
çekme kazık
tension pile
çekme kazığı
tension pulley
germe makarası
tension pulley pawl
(Tekstil) tansiyon kasnağı mandalı
tension reduction
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerilim azaltma
tension reinforcement
çekme donatısı
tension reinforcement
çekme teçhizatı
tension release cam
(Tekstil) tansiyon açma mili
tension ring
çekme halkası
tension roller
gergi rulosu
tension screw
gerdirme vidası
tension side
çekme tarafı
tension specimen
çekme örneği
tension spring
(Otomotiv) baskı yayı
tension strength
gerilme gücü
tension stud
(Tekstil) tansiyon vidası
tension system
çekme sistemi
tension test
çekme testi
tension zone
çekme zonu
tension bar
gerilme çubuğu
tension test
çekme deneyi
tension crack
çekme çatlağı
tension headache
gerilim tipi baş ağrısı
tension nut
gerdirme somunu
tension rod
germe çubuğu
tension roll
germe haddesi
tension spring
gerdirme yayı
tension weight
germe ağırlığı
tension crack
(Çevre) tansiyon çatlağı
tension crack
gerilme çatlağı
tension fault
gerilme fayı
tension fault
gerilim fayı
tension joint
gerilme çatlağı
tension joint
gerilme eklemi
belt tension
kayış gerginliği
medium tension
orta gerilim
phase tension
(Bilgisayar) faz gerilimi
pure tension
eksenel çekme
pure tension
yalın çekme
tensioner
(Otomotiv) tansiyon
tensioner
gerici
tensioner
(Otomotiv) gergi mekanizması
tensioning
gergi
tensioning
germe
yarn tension
(Tekstil) iplik gerginliği
belt tension
bant gerilimi
elasticity of tension
gerilim esnekliği
high tension
yüksek gerilim
high tension
yüksek voltaj
high tension battery
yüksek gerilim bataryası
high tension ignition
yüksek gerilimli ateşleme
high tension magneto
yüksek gerilim manyetosu
high tension spark plug
yüksek gerilim bujisi
interfacial tension
arayüzey gerilimi
low tension
alçak gerilim
low tension battery
alçak gerilim bataryası
spring tension
yay gergi direnci
surface tension
yüzey gerilimi
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
uyum-yapışma-gerilim teorisi
escalate the tension
Tansiyonu arttırmak, gerilimi artırmak
free from tension
gerilim ücretsiz
high tension current
yüksek gerilim akımı
international tension
uluslararası gerilim
mental tension
Ruhsal gerilim
muscle tension
kas gerilmesi
nervous tension
Sinirsel gerginlik
post-tension
son germe
pre-tension
öncesi gerginlik
sexual tension
cinsel gerginlik
vapour tension
buhar gerginlik
Return tension pulley
(Tekstil) Geri dönüş gerdirme makarası
Yarn tension compensator
(Tekstil) İplik gerginliği dengeleyici
axial tension
germe kuvveti
axial tension
aksiyal çekme
band tension
(Tekstil) bant gergisi
bending tension
eğilmede çekme
bobbin thread tension
(Tekstil) bobin iplik gerginliği
breaking tension
(Tekstil) kopma gerilimi
brush tension
fırça basıncı
capillary tension
kılcal gerilim
capillary tension
kapiler gerilim
cause tension
gerginlik yaratmak
cloth tension
(Tekstil) kumaş gerginliği
create a tension
gerginlik yaratmak
create tension
gerginlik yaratmak
curd tension
(Gıda) pıhtı sıkılığı
defuse tension
tansiyonu dindirmek
defuse tension
tansiyonu azaltmak
diagonal tension
çapraz gerilme
diagonal tension
köşegenel gerilme
disruptive tension
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bozucu gerilim
dryer fabric tension
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kurutma keçe gergisi
eccentric tension
merkezdışı gerilme
filling thread tension
(Tekstil) atkı ipliği gerilimi
high tension
yüksek gerilim akımı
increase of tension
voltaj yükselmesi
increase of tension
gerilimin yükselmesi
measure tension
(Tıp) tansiyon ölçmek
measurement of tension
gerilme ölçümü
phase tension
faz gerilimi, evre gerilimi
polar tension
polar gerilim
regional tension
(Politika, Siyaset) bölgesel gerginlik
regional tension
(Politika, Siyaset) bölgesel gerilim
role tension
rol gerginliği
springs under tension
baskı altında yay
stitch tension
(Tekstil) dikiş gerginliği
striking tension
(Elektrik, Elektronik) amorsaj gerilimi
surface tension
yüzey gerilmesi
tensional
(sıfat) gerilimle ilgili
tensional
{s} gerilimle ilgili
ultimate tension
kritik gerilme
ultimate tension
son gerilme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Condition of being held in a state between two or more forces, which are acting in opposition to each other
State of an elastic object which is stretched in a way which increases its length
Psychological state of being tense
To place an object in tension, to pull or place strain on

We tensioned the cable until it snapped.

Voltage. Usually only the terms low tension, high tension, and extra-high tension, and the abbreviations LT, HT, and EHT are used. They are not precisely defined; LT is normally a few volts, HT a few hundreds of volts, and EHT thousands of volts
{n} the act of stretching, extent
The level of tightness at which a racquet is strung Strings under less pressure allow for more control, while strings at higher tension deliver more power The typical range is between 50 and 70 pounds
An unstable state in music It is most commonly thought of in terms of harmonic dissonance but may come from many different sources
The act of stretching The condition of being stretched or tense, or a stretching or pulling force
(physics) a stress that produces an elongation of an elastic physical body; "the direction of maximum tension moves asymptotically toward the direction of the shear"
The pressure or tension of a confined body of vapor
Using Outwardly Stretching Forces to Impart Structural Stability
stress that tends to pull a body apart; elongation; opposite of com-pression
Expansive force; the force with which the particles of a body, as a gas, tend to recede from each other and occupy a larger space; elastic force; elasticity; as, the tension of vapor; the tension of air
The tension in something such as a rope or wire is the extent to which it is stretched tight
The act of stretching or straining; the state of being stretched or strained to stiffness; the state of being bent strained; as, the tension of the muscles, tension of the larynx
Fig
the action of stretching something tight; "tension holds the belt in the pulleys"
A device for checking the delivery of the thread in a sewing machine, so as to give the stitch the required degree of tightness
The force by which a part is pulled when forming part of any system in equilibrium or in motion; as, the tension of a srting supporting a weight equals that weight
Matrix potential of soil water held within the interstices of soil particles by capillary forces, dependent upon soil texture and moisture content
A type of force that produces elongation in a metal product
the action of stretching something tight; "tension holds the belt in the pulleys" (physics) a stress that produces an elongation of an elastic physical body; "the direction of maximum tension moves asymptotically toward the direction of the shear" a balance between and interplay of opposing elements or tendencies (especially in art or literature); "there is a tension created between narrative time and movie time"; "there is a tension between these approaches to understanding history" (psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor" the physical condition of being stretched or strained; "it places great tension on the leg muscles"; "he could feel the tenseness of her body
{i} tautness, strain, nervousness, agitation, apprehension, excitement
It varies as the quantity of electricity upon a given area
the physical condition of being stretched or strained; "it places great tension on the leg muscles"; "he could feel the tenseness of her body"
type of stress involving an action which pulls apart
The "pressure for response" which can take the form of a conflict, a challenge, a surprise, a time restraint or the suspense of not knowing Tension strengthens belief by impelling the students to respond
The force applied by the reel motors of a tape machine during play mode so that the tape is evenly wound on to the take up reel (take up tension) and so that the tape is held against the heads (hold back tension from the supply reel)
Extreme strain of mind or excitement of feeling; intense effort
A force that stretches an object
feelings of hostility that are not manifest; "he could sense her latent hostility to him"; "the diplomats' first concern was to reduce international tensions"
the stress caused by a force or forces operating to extend, stretch or pull apart a material, such as in a taut screen fabric
A bending or stretching force; to stretch
The stress resulting from elongation
The force that drives the drama It may be created through elements such as challenge, time, space, conflict, constraints, unknown, responsibility, and mystery
A force or stress causing stretching A constrained condition of the particles of a body when subjected to forces acting in opposite directions away from each other usually along the body's greatest length, thus tending to draw them apart
Pertaining to the internal force and deformation experienced by a nonrigid body subjected to external force that tends to increase the characteristic length of that body
The pressure of a given saturated vapor is a function of the temperature only, and may be measured by introducing a small quantity of the substance into a barometer and noting the depression of the column of mercury
a balance between and interplay of opposing elements or tendencies (especially in art or literature); "there is a tension created between narrative time and movie time"; "there is a tension between these approaches to understanding history"
Thread tautness
If there is a tension between forces, arguments, or influences, there are differences between them that cause difficulties. The film explored the tension between public duty and personal affections
Tension is a feeling of worry and anxiety which makes it difficult for you to relax. Smiling and laughing has actually been shown to relieve tension and stress
the physical condition of being stretched or strained; "it places great tension on the leg muscles"; "he could feel the tenseness of her body
Tautness of thread when forming stitches Top thread tension, as well as bobbin thread tension, needs to be set Proper thread tension is achieved when about one third of the thread showing on the underside of the fabric on a column stitch is bobbin thread
The "pressure for response", which can take the form of a challenge, a surprise, a time restraint or the suspense of not knowing Tension is what works in a drama to impel students to respond and take action and what works in a play to make the audience want to know what happens next
Stress on a material tending to cause extension of the material
The quality in consequence of which an electric charge tends to discharge itself, as into the air by a spark, or to pass from a body of greater to one of less electrical potential
a measurement of the number of stitches and rows in fabric, usually per inch or per 4 inches (2 5 cm or 10 cm), also known as gauge
The degree of stretching to which a wire, cord, piece of timber, or the like, is strained by drawing it in the direction of its length; strain
Stress that stretches or extends rocks, so that they become thinner vertically and longer laterally Tension may be caused by divergence or rifting
(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"
A condition caused by the action of stretching or pulling of a component
Tension is the feeling that is produced in a situation when people are anxious and do not trust each other, and when there is a possibility of sudden violence or conflict. The tension between the two countries is likely to remain
The artistically satisfying equilibrium of opposing forces in a poem, usually referring to the use of language and imagery, but often applied to other elements, such as dramatic structure, rhythmic patterns, and sometimes to the aesthetic value of the poem as a whole
tensure
tension wrench
A torsion wrench
tension wrenches
plural form of tension wrench
tension pneumothorax
A tension pneumothorax is a life-threatening condition that results from a progressive deterioration and worsening of a simple pneumothorax, associated with the formation of a one-way valve at the point of rupture
tension wood
Modified wood that forms in branches and leaning trunks and tends to restore upward direction of growthg
tension headache
common, accounting for nearly 90% of all headaches and is probably experiences by most people at some time during their lifetime; frequently associated with fatigue and stress and generally respond to simple measures, such as, rest or over-the-counter pain medicine; pain is usually bilateral (on both sides of head), consisting of a dull, steady ache
tension headache
a headache located at the back of the head; usually caused by body tension resulting from overwork or psychological stress
tension headache
Unlike a migraine, a headache in which steady pain, usually mild, is on both sides of the head, and does not cause incapacity and is not worsened by activities There is no associated nausea or sensitivity to light and noise
tension is mounting
suspense is becoming greater
high tension
having a relatively high voltage
premenstrual tension
Premenstrual syndrome; the physical and psychological malaise experienced by many women between ovulation and the onset of menstruation

In 1931, Frank coined the term premenstrual tension, in reference to the cyclical recurrence of tension, anxiety, and suicidal ideation in 15 women during their premenstrual phase.

sexual tension
Physically induced libidinal unrest arising between two individuals when aware of each other's presence
surface tension
a measure of this effect
surface tension
the effect on the surface of a liquid that makes it behave as a stretched elastic membrane; it is caused by unbalanced intermolecular forces
tensioner
Any device that maintains or applies tension
caused tension
caused suspense, caused strain
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
theory concerning capillary action
dissipate tension
relieve anxiety or apprehension, reduce strain
ease tension
alleviate anxiety, lessen strain
easing the tension
alleviating the anxiety, lessen the strain
flare-up tension
exacerbate tension, increase uneasiness
generate tension
create suspense
high tension
high voltage
high-tension
A high-tension electricity cable is one which is able to carry a very powerful current. high-tension wires/cables etc wires etc that have a powerful electric current going through them
high-tension
subjected to or capable of operating under relatively high voltage; "high-tension wire
interfacial tension
surface tension at the surface separating two non-miscible liquids
low tension
having low electromotive force, having low electrical potential (Electricity)
low-tension
subjected to or capable of operating under relative low voltage
lower tension
reduce tension, decrease the amount of tension
premenstrual tension
Premenstrual tension is the same as premenstrual syndrome. The abbreviation PMT is often used. the tiredness, headache, bad temper etc experienced by some women in the days before their period
sexual tension
strain and nervousness between people which are attracted to each other
surface tension
Energy per unit area
surface tension
is the force per unit length used to overcome the microscopic forces between molecules at the liquid-air interfaces is the force per unit length used to overcome the microscopic forces between molecules at the liquid-air interfaces
surface tension
The inherent molecular attraction in liquids that causes them to diminish their surface area and thereby exhibit properties resembling those of a stretched elastic membrane
surface tension
The thickness of this film, amounting to less than a thousandth of a millimeter, is considered to equal the radius of the sphere of molecular action, that is, the greatest distance at which there is cohesion between two particles
surface tension
The work required to expand the surface of a liquid by unit area
surface tension
The energy required to expand the surface of liquid by unit area Liquids tend to reduce their surface area due to unequal intermolecular attractive forces in this region A low degree of surface tension is preferred for liquid coatings to maximize adhesion and minimize edge-pull and fish-eye effects
surface tension
the tension of the surface film of the liquid, tending to minimize its surface area
surface tension
a property of liquids arising from unbalanced molecular cohesive forces at or near the surface, as a result of which the suftace tends to contract and has properties resembling those of a stretched elastic membrane
surface tension
the property, due to molecular forces, by which all liquids through contraction of the surface tend to bring the contained volume into a form having the least area If an ink is to be compatible with a substrate, the surface tension of the ink must approximate that of the substrate surface Measured in dynes/cm
surface tension
The force that controls the shape of a liquid Surface tension results from the force of a cohesion between liquid molecules
surface tension
Property of liquidus created by molecular forces existing in the surface film It tends to contract the volume into a form with the least surface area Breakdown of surface tension can be accomplished by addition of certain chemical agents, resulting in the liquid flowing out and wetting surrounding material surfaces One of the functions of flux in the soldering process is to breakdown surface tension of solder, thereby causing solder to wet metal surfaces to be jointed Surface tension is higher in nitrogen than in air
surface tension
A property of liquids arising from unbalanced molecular cohesive forces at or near the surface, as a result of which the surface tends to contract and has properties resembling those of a stretched elastic membrane
surface tension
The attraction of a liquid for any material with which it has contact A high surface tension means low attraction and a low surface tension means a high degree of attraction Water has a high surface tension so it beads on wax paper If you add soap to the water it reduces the surface tension and causes the water to penetrate the wax paper
surface tension
the resistance of a liquid to an increase in its surface area
surface tension
the way the molecules in the surface of a liquid stick together so that the surface is held together. Property of a liquid surface that causes it to act like a stretched elastic membrane (see elasticity). Its strength depends on the forces of attraction among the particles of the liquid itself and with the particles of the gas, solid, or liquid with which it comes in contact. Surface tension allows certain insects to stand on the surface of water and can support a razor blade placed horizontally on the liquid's surface, even though the blade may be denser than the liquid and unable to float. Surface tension results in spherical drops of liquid, as the liquid tends to minimize its surface area
surface tension
The contracting force per unit length around the perimeter of a surface is usually referred to as surface tension if the surface separates gas from liquid or solid phases, and interfacial tension if the surface separates two nongaseous phases Surface tension can also be expressed in units of energy per unit surface area For practical purposes surface tension is frequently taken to reflect the change in surface free energy per unit increase in surface area
surface tension
The property (measured in dynes per centimeter) by which all liquids through contraction of the surface tend to bring the contained volume into a form having the least area If an ink is to be compatible with a sustrate, the surface tension of the ink must be close to that of the substrate
surface tension
Tension of a liquid's surface Due to the forces of attraction between molecules
surface tension
The property (measured in dynes per centimeter) by which all liquids, through contraction of their surface, forcing the contained volume into a form having the least possible area In order to be compatible, ink must have a surface tension close to that of the substrate
surface tension
That property, due to molecular forces, which exists in the surface film of all liquids and tends to bring the contained volume into a form having the least superficial area
surface tension
An inward tension acting to make a surface as small as possible It appears when a surface has extra potential energy
surface tension
– the ratio of the surface force to the length along which it acts
surface tension
the attraction of molecules to each other on a liquid's surface Thus, a barrier is created between the air and the liquid
surface tension
(noun) The contracting force on the skin of a liquid Acts like a rubber balloon on a liquid droplet, for example, and will exert a force to form a three dimensional shape of the smallest surface energy, e g , a sphere
surface tension
Particles lying below this film, being equally acted on from all sides, are in equilibrium as to forces of cohesion, but those in the film are on the whole attracted inward, and tension results
surface tension
the contractile surface force of a liquid by which it tends to assume a spherical form and to present the least possible surface It is expressed in dynes/cm or ergs/cm2
surface tension
a phenomenon at the surface of a liquid caused by intermolecular forces
surface tension
the property, due to molecular forces in the surface film, that tends to contract the liquid into a form having the least surface/volume ratio
tensional
Relating to tension
tensional
{s} exerting tension, causing stress
tensional
of or relating to or produced by tension
tensioned
past of tension
tensioned
In tension, strained or pulled on
tensioned
Extended or drawn out; subjected to tension
tensioner
A locking device on the pallet sling cables used to adjust the overall length of the cable
tensioner
A device used to apply pressure directly to the thread in order to control the tension being applied to the thread Usually consists of a post, a tension knob, tension spring and two tension disks, which when the thread is placed between applies pressure to the thread
tensioner
— Device used to adjust the tautness of thread when forming stitches
tensioning
present participle of tension
tensionless
free from tension
tensionless
{s} lacking tension, stressless, strainless
tensions
third-person singular of tension
tensions
plural of tension
the tension was alleviated
the situation relaxed, the storm subsided, the matters became less tense
vapor tension
pressure caused as a result of power of rising steam
tension