abrasion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
aşınma
{i} aşındırma
abrasyon
yalama
yenme
(Tıp) Dişlerde çiğneme veya benzeri kusurlar yüzünden beliren aşınma
(Askeri) ÇİZİNTİ: Fotoğrafçılıkta duyar kart veya film tabanları üzerinde mekanik olarak meydana gelen çizik veya işaret; yıpranma; aşınma; yenme
{i} sıyrık
delk
abrazyon
çizinti
abrasion loss
aşınma kaybı
abrasion mark
(Tekstil) aşınma izi
abrasion resistance
(Askeri) aşınmaya karşı direnç
abrasion resistance
aşınma dayanıklılığı
abrasion resistant
(Tekstil) sürtünmeye dayanıklı
abrasion test
aşındırma deneyi
abrasion test
(Tekstil) aşınma testi
abrasion grinding
ufalama
abrasion proof
aşınmaya dayanıklı
abrasion resistance
Aşınma direnci, aşınma dayanımı
abrasion, excoriation
aşınma, eleştirme
abrasion index
aşınma endeksi
abrasion machine
aşındırma makinesi
abrasion machine
aşınma deneme makinesi
abrasion of coin
(Ticaret) madeni paranın aşınması
abrasion of coin
(Ticaret) madeni para aşınması
abrasion platform
(Askeri) dalga aşındırma düzlüğü
abrasion rate
aşınma oranı
abrasion resistance
(Mimarlık) aşınma dayanımı
abrasion resistance
(Tekstil) aşındırma dayanıklılığı
abrasion resistant
(Tekstil) aşınmaya dayanıklı
abrasion test
(Tekstil) 1. aşındırma deneyi 2. aşınma deneyi
abrasion tester
(Tekstil) aşınma deneyici
abrasion value
aşındırma değeri
abrasion value
aşınma değeri
abrasion wear test machine
(Tekstil) aşınmayı deneme makinesi
surface abrasion
kumaşta abraj oluşumu
thread abrasion
iplikte abraj oluşumu
marine abrasion
(Jeoloji) deniz aşındırması
marine abrasion
(Jeoloji) dalga aşındırması
marine abrasion
denizel dalga aşındırması
Türkçe - Türkçe
Kayaç parçalarının bir yüzeye sürtünmesi ile oluşan aşındırma
İngilizce - İngilizce
The substance thus rubbed off
The effect of mechanical erosion of rock, especially a river bed, by rock fragments scratching and scraping it
A superficial excoriation, with loss of substance under the form of small shreds
The act of abrading, wearing, or rubbing off; the wearing away by friction
that which is rubbed off
The wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction Abrasion is usually due to the presence of foreign matter such as dirt, grit or metallic particles in the lubricant
{n} a rubbing, wearing or scraping off
Any injury, which rubs off the surface of the skin
a wearing, grinding or rubbing away by friction, usually (but not always) involving the action of particles against or between surfaces
the mechanical wearing or grinding away of rock surfaces by the friction and impact of rock particles transported by ice or other mechanisms
a general wearing away of a surface by constant scratching, usually due to the presence of foreign matter such as dirt, grit, or metallic particles in the lubricant It may also cause a break down of the material (such as the tooth surfaces of gears) Lack of proper lubrication may result in abrasion
The process of rubbing, grinding, or wearing away by friction
Physical wearing and grinding of a surface through friction and impact by material carried in air, water, or ice
the effect of corrasion, a type of erosion in which rock fragments, carried by rivers, wind, ice, or sea, scrape and grind away a surface
an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
The wearing away of materials by friction Particles become detached by a combined cutting, shearing and tearing action
The wearing away by friction As rubbing against another surface can damage glass filaments, they are coated with a size to prevent filament breakage during manufacturing and further processing "AR" Glass : See Cem-Fil® Assembled roving: A collection of parallel strands assembled without intentional twist (according to ISO/DIS 13922)
the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice
Any injury which rubs off the surface of the skin
A form of mechanical weathering that occurs when loose fragments or particles of rocks and minerals that are being transported, as by water or air, collide with each other or scrape the surfaces of stationary rocks
The wearing away or cleaning by friction Abrasion can also relate to the wearing away of a floor finish film by friction
Frictional erosion by material transported by wind and waves
The wearing away of any material by rubbing against another surface
Wearing away of a surface by action such as rubbing, scraping or erosion
The technique of grinding shallow decoration with a wheel The decorated areas are left unpolished
The scraping or wearing away by friction (rubbing)
a superficial rub or wearing off of the skin, usually caused by a scrape or "brush burn "
erosion by friction
Wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction
General wearing of a surface by constant scratching, due to the presence of foreign matter such as metallic particles grit, or dirt in the lubricant It may also cause a break down of material (such as gears tooth's surfaces) Lack of lubrication may result in abrasion
light friction, a shallow scrape, or a mark on the surface of a coin
Wearing away
marks or small scratches on the surface of a coin where another coin or object has slid across or bumped the coin Can also be caused by the coin sliding in a holder or coin drawer Not as deep or noticeable as bag marks Usually found on the high parts of a coin or in the open fields (background)
{i} area that has been rubbed or scraped away; act of rubbing or scraping away
The act of abrading, wearing, or rubbing off; the wearing away by friction; as, the abrasion of coins
erosion by friction an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
An abrasion is an area on a person's body where the skin has been scraped. He had severe abrasions to his right cheek. = graze, cut
The substance rubbed off
abrasion platform
A sloping or nearly flat bedrock surface extending out from the foot of a marine cliff under shallow water of a breaker (wave) zone
abrasion marks
scratch marks, rubbing marks
abrasion test
{i} test carried out in a laboratory for evaluating drilling-grade weighting material for possible abrasiveness; test performed to determine the capacity of withstanding the effects of rubbing and abrasion of printing ink
abrasion testing
testing procedure to determine the ability to withstand the effects of rubbing and scuffing of ink
abrasions
Light friction rubbing or scuffing which is different from hairlines and bag marks Sometimes referred to as "cabinet friction" because many times it is caused by a sliding action in a coin cabinet
abrasions
Area(s) of a coin where a foreign object or another coin has displaced metal in an abraded fashion Similar to a bag mark but usually on the high points or open fields and not as deep or acute as the former
abrasions
Light marks or scuffs on the metal surface generally caused by handling or packing materials
abrasions
Light friction rubbing or scuffing which is different from hairlines and bag marks
abrasions
plural of abrasion
abrasion