abrasive

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İngilizce - Türkçe
abrasif
(Biyokimya,Teknik) kazıyıcı
(İnşaat) kazımalı
(Tıp) abrazif
aşındırıcı
(zımpara/vb.gibi) aşındırıcı madde
aşındıran
kaba
kırıcı
törpüleyici
taşlama malzemesi
parlatma malzemesi
abrazyon yapan
(Tıp, İlaç) Kürtajı gerektiren etken
aşındırıcı şey
(isim) aşındırıcı madde, taşlama malzemesi
(Tekstil) zımpara
aşındırmak ve bilemek veya cilâ yapmak için kullanılan bir madde
{s} sinirlendirici, rahatsız edici
yıprandırıcı madde
{s} sinirlendirici
(Tıp) Aşındıran, abrasioya seebiyet veren
{s} yıpratıcı
bileme veya cilâ işinde kullanılabilen
zımpara maddesi
abrasive disk
(Mekanik,Teknik) zımpara taşı
abrasive paper
zımpara kâğıdı
abrasive power
aşındırıcı güç
abrasive belt
aşındırıcı kayış
abrasive blasting
(Mühendislik) Yüksek basınçlı hava ile birlikte kum, alüminyum veya demir tozu gibi malzemeler kullanarak aşındırma yoluyla yüzey temizleme işlemi
abrasive machining
(Mühendislik) aşındırma ile talas kaldırma
abrasive cloth
(Tekstil) zımpara bezi ( taşlama bezi )
abrasive cloth
bez zımpara
abrasive coated fabrics
(Tekstil) zımpara bezi dokuma
abrasive grains
aşındırıcı taneler
abrasive material
aşındırıcı gereç
abrasive pad
(Otomotiv) zımpara pedi
abrasive paper
(Mimarlık) aşındırıcı kağıt
abrasive paper
(Tekstil) zımpara kağıdı
abrasive papers
zımparalar
abrasive powder
aşındırıcı toz
abrasive power
(Jeoloji) aşındırıcı kuvvet
abrasive power of a river
(Jeoloji) akarsu aşındırma gücu
abrasive products
(Tekstil) taşlama malzemesi mamulü
abrasive resistance
(Marangozluk) aşınma mukavemeti
abrasive rock
(Jeoloji) aşındırıcı kayaç
abrasive strength
aşındırıcı kuvvet
abrasive strength
aşınma dayanımı
abrasive surface
aşındırıcı yüzey
abrasive tool
aşındırıcı aygıt
abrasive wear
(İnşaat) kazımalı aşınma
abrasive wheel
taşlama çarkı
abrasive wheel
aşındırma çarkı
abrasiveness
bir maddenin sürtünmesiyle yüzeydeki aşınma
corundum abrasive
korindonlu aşındırıcı
abrasiveness
bir maddenin sürtünmesiyle yüzeydeki aşı
non-abrasive
aşındırıcı olmayan
abrasively
aşındıran bir şekilde
abrasiveness
aşındırıcılık
abrasiveness
aşındırma özelliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
Producing abrasion; rough enough to wear away the outer surface
A substance or material such as sandpaper, pumice, or emery, used for cleaning, smoothing, or polishing
Being rough and coarse in manner or disposition

Despite her proper upbringing, we found her manners to be terribly abrasive.

Hard granular material of varying particle size, used in grinding and/or polishing, or incorporated in non-slip surface coatings
causing abrasion
A coarse material, such as wet or dry sandpaper that is used to rub against the surface to be altered in order to 1 )make it smooth 2 ) make it rough 3 ) remove the surface material
a substance that abrades or wears down
Any substance used for grinding, cutting, polishing, or sand blasting and sand carving The most popular being different textures of silicon carbide and aluminum oxide Such textures are known as GRITS
  Any of a number of hard materials, such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, and diamond, that are powdered and carefully graded according to particle size, and used to shape and/or finish optical elements, including the endfaces of optical fibers and connectors   Note: For finishing the endfaces of optical fiber connectors, abrasive particles are adhered to a substrate of plastic film, in a fashion after that of sandpaper   The film is in turn supported by a hard, flat plate   The connector is supported by a fixture that holds it securely in the proper position for finishing   The grinding motion may be performed manually or by a machine   [After FAA]
A hard and wear-resistant material that is used to wear, grind or cut away other material
Material used for grinding, sanding, polishing or the wearing away of another material Aluminum oxide, garnet and silicon-based compounds are commonly used as abrasives for sanding and smoothing wood
a harsh cleaning agent that destroys the surface of a coin
Sharp mineral particles, used for metal removal
A material used to sandcarve into a substrate Popular abrasives are Aluminum Oxide and Silicon Carbide For standard sandcarving 150 grit is recommended For photo etching 220 grit is recommended
Substance used to grind or polish other materials
A product that works by abrasion Products such as cleaners, polishes and pads may contain an abrasive
Any material used to wear away, smooth, or polish a surface; for example, sandpaper that is used to smooth wood
A material such as sand, silicon or crushed stone used for surface cleaning
  Any of a number of hard materials, such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, and diamond, that are powdered and carefully graded according to particle size, and used to shape and/or finish optical elements, including the endfaces of optical fibers and connectors   Note: For finishing the endfaces of optical fiber connectors, abrasive particles are adhered to a substrate of plastic film, in a fashion after that of sandpaper   The film is in turn supported by a hard, flat plate   The connector is supported by a fixture that holds it securely in the proper position for finishing   The grinding motion may be performed manually or by a machine   [After FAA]
Hard granular material of varying fineness, used in grinding and/or polishing, or incorporated with metal to provide a non-slip surface
A finely divided, hard, refractory material ranging from 6 to 10 on the Mohs scale, used to reduce, smooth, clean or polish the surfaces of other less hard substances, such as glass, plastic, stone, wood etc Natural abrasive materials include diamond dust, garnet, sand (silica), corundum (Al oxide, emery), pumice, rouge (Fe oxide), & feldspar; the more important synthetic types are SiC, B carbide, Ce oxide & fused alumina Abrasives in powder form are used in several ways: (1) Applied directly to the surface to be treated by mechanical pressure or compressed-air blast, as in cleaning building stone(2) Affixed to a paper or textile backing after the particles have been coated with an adhesive(3) Mixed with a bonding agent such as Na silicate or clay, the particles being compressed into a wheel rotated by a power-driven shaft
a hard and wear-resistant material (commonly a ceramic) that is used to wear, grind, or cut away other material
Hard, granular material of varying fineness, used in grinding and/or polishing
A substance capable of grinding away another material
Material such as sand, crushed chilled cast iron, crushed steel grit, aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, flint, garnet, of crushed slag used for cleaning or surface roughening
Compound used to rub away or scrape away another substance
a material which smoothes and removes marks from wood, plastics and metal; see glass paper and sand paper
sharply disagreeable; rigorous; "the harsh facts of court delays"; "an abrasive character"
substance that is suitable for carving and eroding due to its hardness and shape
{s} tending to rub or scrape, tending to abrade
a substance that abrades or wears down causing abrasion
An abrasive substance is rough and can be used to clean hard surfaces. a new all-purpose, non-abrasive cleaner. a rough powder or substance that you use for cleaning something or making it smooth
Producing abrasion
{i} substance used for grinding, substance used for polishing (i.e. sandpaper)
Someone who has an abrasive manner is unkind and rude. His abrasive manner has won him an unenviable notoriety
abrasive disc
a disc of abrasive material that rotates in a tool such as a sander
abrasive paper
An abrasive material made by gluing grains of a coarse abrasive to a cloth or paper surface
abrasive blasting
(Mühendislik) The operation of cleaning or preparing a surface by forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against it. Usually explained as the use of a material against another material to make it smoother. It is also the appropriate term for what is known as sandblasting or sand carving
abrasive blasting
the use of either air pressure or a centrifugal wheel and abrasive particles to remove surface coatings or to prepare a surface for paint application
abrasive blasting
A pressurised stream of hard metal or oxide grit material used to clean and/or roughen surfaces prior to coating
abrasive blasting
A process for cleaning and roughening a surface by means of an abrasive directed at high velocity against the work piece
abrasive blasting
A process for cleaning or finishing by a means of an abrasive directed at the work piece at differing pressures & velocities Grits available range from extremely fine (plastic media) to very course (aluminum oxide) A grit for almost any application
abrasive wear
wear caused by hard particles that are forced against and move along a solid surface
abrasively
Hardly; roughly; in a rough manner
abrasively
In an abrasive manner; in a rude and unkind manner; acting in a way that may hurt other people's feelings
abrasiveness
the property or quality of being abrasive
abrasively
In an abrasive manner; in a rude and unkind manner; acting in a way that may hurt other peoples feelings
abrasively
in an abrasive manner, harshly, roughly
abrasiveness
the roughness of a substance that causes abrasions
abrasiveness
{i} quality of being abrasive, harshness, roughness
abrasiveness
the quality of being sharply disagreeable
abrasives
Materials for grinding, polishing, blasting, either in loose form or bonded to form wheels, bricks, or files, or applied to paper and cloth by glue or resin Natural abrasives include emery, corundum, garnet, sand, flint, etc Metallic shot and grit are also used as abrasives in cleaning castings
abrasives
plural of abrasive
abrasives
Sharp, hard materials used to wear away the surface of softer, less resistant materials. Abrasives are indispensable to the manufacture of the highly precise components and ultrasmooth surfaces required in the manufacture of automobiles, airplanes and space vehicles, mechanical and electrical appliances, and machine tools. Abrasives may be natural (e.g., diamond, corundum, emery) or synthetic (e.g., silicon carbide or Carborundum, synthetic diamond, alumina a synthetic form of corundum). They range from the relatively soft particles used in household cleansers and jeweler's polish to diamonds
abrasives
Any type of material or substance used for grinding
abrasives
Substances rubbed on wood to smooth the surface Flint, garnet, aluminum oxide, and silicon carbide are common abrasives
abrasives
Gritty additives used to increase scouring ability May scratch some surfaces in use
abrasives
Natural and synthetic materials in fine granular form incorporated in buffing compounds and attached to cloth or paper Abrasives are generally used in grades of coarse to fine and may be identified by a numerical system (paper- and cloth-backed abrasives) For example, number 400 is relatively fine and number 80 coarse Not all abrasives are identified by number
abrasive