absorbent

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İngilizce - Türkçe
soğurgan
emici

Bana bir paket emici pamuk al. - Buy me a package of absorbent cotton.

{s} soğurgan, emici, absorban: absorbent cotton hidrofil pamuk
emici madde
(sıfat) emici
(Tekstil) 1. emen ( emici, massedici ) 2. emici maddeler
nem
absorban
soğurucu
sucul
absorplayıcı
hidrofil
absorbent cotton
hidrofil pamuk
absorbent capacity
(Tekstil) soğurma yeteneği
absorbent cotton
(Tekstil) emici pamuk
absorbent gauze
(Tekstil) emici tül
absorb
{f} özümsemek
absorb
yutmak
absorb
absorb içine
absorb
emmek
absorb
(Ticaret) massetme
absorb
içine almak
absorb
(Ticaret) mahsup etmek
absorb
absorbe etmek
absorb
içe çekici
absorb
zapt etmek
absorb
(Ticaret) tüketmek
absorb
kendine katmak
absorb
absorb etmek
absorb
sönümlemek
absorb
soğurmak
absorb
emerek içine al
absorb
içine çekmek
absorbant
soğurucu
sound absorbent
sesi absorbe eden
absorb
soğur
shock-absorbent
şok emici
absorb
çekmek

İnternette bilgi çekmek yangın musluğundan su içmek gibidir. - Absorbing information on the internet is like drinking water from a fire hydrant.

absorb
devralmak
absorb
kavramak
absorb
anlamak
absorb
(Askeri) İşgal etmek, içine çekmek, zapt etmek
absorb
(Tekstil) emme ( emilme, masetme )
absorb
içme

İnternette bilgi çekmek yangın musluğundan su içmek gibidir. - Absorbing information on the internet is like drinking water from a fire hydrant.

absorb
emici absorbent cotton hidrofil pamuk
absorb
{f} öğrenmek
absorb
{f} (sıvıyı/gazı/ışığı/sesi) soğurmak, içine çekmek, emmek, absorbe etmek
absorb
zihin meşguliyeti
absorb
{f} (dikkati/enerjiyi/zamanı/parayı) almak
absorb
dalgınlık
absorb
(Mimarlık) (to) emmek (sıvı) emmek (ses)
absorb
emme

Bu kağıt mürekkep emmez. - This paper does not absorb ink.

Bu kağıt, mürekkebi emmez. - This paper doesn't absorb ink.

absorb
işgal etmek
absorb
absorption içe çekme
absorb
alıcı
absorb
zapt etmek absorbent
absorb
içmek

İnternette bilgi çekmek yangın musluğundan su içmek gibidir. - Absorbing information on the internet is like drinking water from a fire hydrant.

absorbents
(Otomotiv) emici veya soğurucu maddeler
oxygen absorbent
(Kimya) oksijen tutucu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any substance which absorbs and neutralizes acid fluid in the stomach and bowels, as magnesia, chalk, etc.; also a substance, e.g., iodine, which acts on the absorbent vessels so as to reduce enlarged and indurated parts
absorbing liquids; swallowing; absorptive

Those paper towels were amazingly absorbent. That was quite a spill.

The vessels by which the processes of absorption are carried on, as the lymphatics in animals, the extremities of the roots in plants
Anything which absorbs
{n} a vessel or substance which absorbs
{a} a sucking up, drying up, imbibing
A substance which has the capacity to adsorb
A material, usually a porous solid, which takes another material into its interior When rain soaks into soil, the soil is an absorbent
The substrate into which a substance is absorbed
having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up (liquids); "as absorbent as a sponge"
Substance which has the ability to take up or absorb another substance
In paper, the property which causes it to take up liquids or vapors in contact with it In optics, the partial suppression of light through a transparent or translucent material
Material on which absorption will occur
A substance that absorbs another substance
A material that extracts one or more substances from a fluid (gas or liquid) medium on contact, and which changes physically and/or chemically in the process The less volatile of the two working fluids in an absorption cooling device
a material which extracts one or more substances form a liquid or gaseous medium which it contacts and charges physically or chemically, or both (e g soled absorbent: Calcium chloride, liquid absorbent: solutions of lithium chloride, lithium bromide, and ethylene glycols)
Substance with the ability to take up or absorb another substance
a material having capacity or tendency to absorb another substance
also a substance e
Absorbing; swallowing; absorptive
Any substance which absorbs and neutralizes acid fluid in the stomach and bowels, as magnesia, chalk, etc
Absorbent material soaks up liquid easily. The towels are highly absorbent. material that is absorbent is able to take in liquids easily
iodine which acts on the absorbent vessels so as to reduce enlarged and indurated parts
having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up (liquids); "as absorbent as a sponge
{s} able to soak up; able to take in
absorbent carbon
activated carbon, granular carbon used to purify fluids and gases by adsorption
absorbent cotton
cotton made absorbent by removal of the natural wax; fluff of unprocessed cotton
absorbent cotton
cotton made absorbent by removal of the natural wax
absorbent cottonwool
absorbent unprocessed cotton, absorbent raw cotton wadding
absorbent material
a material having capacity or tendency to absorb another substance
absorb
To include so that it no longer has separate existence; to swallow up; to engulf; to overwhelm; to cause to disappear as if by swallowing up; to use up; to incorporate; to assimilate

The large cities absorb the wealth and fashion.

absorb
To assume or pay for as part of a commercial transaction
absorbent.
absorbifacient
absorb
to drink in or suck up, as a sponge absorbs water
absorb
{v} to suck up, swallow up
Absorb
Sound waves are converted into energy such as heat that is then captured by insulation
Absorb
to take in or soak up (the process is called absorption)
Absorb
absòbe
Absorb
to take in
Absorb
Take in, combine into itself or oneself
Absorb
A method to trap liquids or gases by causing them to penetrate into the absorbent material
Absorb
The process by which a liquid penetrates the solid structure of the absorbent's fibers or particles, which then swell in size to accommodate the liquid
Absorb
1 merge or blend 2 giving up free will
Absorb
engross (oneself) fully; "He immersed himself into his studies"
Absorb
To take in Many things absorb water
Absorb
To take in and engulf wholly
Absorb
To take in and hold, not just on the surface, but deep into the material, usually forming a mixture out of two or more substances
Absorb
(verb) The collection of one substance within another substance Examples: visible light being absorbed by a dark liquid, garlic odor being absorbed into a glass of milk, radar being absorbed into the special paint on a stealth jet, a chemical spill being absorbed into a sponge A pie thrown into the mouth of a clown is absorbed by the clown Compare to "adsorb"
Absorb
Fill or soak up
Absorb
(40) - Remove a number of damage counters from this Pokémon equal to half the damage done to Defending Pokémon (after applying Weakness and Resistance) (rounded up to the nearest 10) If this Pokémon has fewer damage counters than that, remove all of them Pokémon with this attack: Kabutops L30 (40), Oddish L7 (20)
Absorb
rach
Absorb
To transform radiant energy into a different form, usually with a resultant rise in temperature
Absorb
Describes what happens when a molecule from a fluid phase (gas or liquid) dissolves in a solid Absorb is different from adsorb (which see)
Absorb
suck or take up or in; "A black star absorbs all matter"
Absorb
Take up fluids, take in
Absorb
To take in, drink, imbibe, or soak (up)
Absorb
(v ) - to take in and make part of an existing whole, like a sponge soaking up water
An absorbent
sorbent
Radar Absorbent Material
RAM, material that changes radar waves into small electromagnetic fields and reduces the radar image
absorb
If something absorbs you, it interests you a great deal and takes up all your attention and energy. a second career which absorbed her more completely than her acting ever had. see also absorbed, absorbing
absorb
cause to become one with; "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax"
absorb
If something absorbs a liquid, gas, or other substance, it soaks it up or takes it in. Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air and moisture from the soil Refined sugars are absorbed into the bloodstream very quickly. = soak up
absorb
To suck up; to drink in; to imbibe; as a sponge or as the lacteals of the body
absorb
To take up by cohesive, chemical, or any molecular action, as when charcoal absorbs gases
absorb
So heat, light, and electricity are absorbed or taken up in the substances into which they pass
absorb
cause to become one with; "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax" engage or engross wholly; "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely" take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe" assimilate or take in; "The immigrants were quickly absorbed into society" take in, also metaphorically; "The sponge absorbs water well"; "She drew strength from the minister's words" become imbued; "The liquids, light, and gases absorb" take up, as of debts or payments; "absorb the costs for something" suck or take up or in; "A black star absorbs all matter
absorb
take up, as of debts or payments; "absorb the costs for something"
absorb
To learn
absorb
To take up by chemical or physical action
absorb
become imbued; "The liquids, light, and gases absorb"
absorb
If you absorb information, you learn and understand it. Too often he only absorbs half the information in the manual = digest, assimilate
absorb
If a system or society absorbs changes, effects, or costs, it is able to deal with them. The banks would be forced to absorb large losses
absorb
take in, also metaphorically; "The sponge absorbs water well"; "She drew strength from the minister's words"
absorb
To engross or engage wholly; to occupy fully; as, absorbed in study or in the pursuit of wealth
absorb
suck or take up or in; "A black star absorbs all matter
absorb
To swallow up; to engulf; to overwhelm; to cause to disappear as if by swallowing up; to use up; to include
absorb
{f} suck up; take up, take in
absorb
If something absorbs something valuable such as money, space, or time, it uses up a great deal of it. It absorbed vast amounts of capital that could have been used for investment = consume
absorb
assimilate or take in; "The immigrants were quickly absorbed into society"
absorb
To consume completely
absorb
If something absorbs a force or shock, it reduces its effect. footwear which does not absorb the impact of the foot striking the ground
absorb
If a group is absorbed into a larger group, it becomes part of the larger group. The Colonial Office was absorbed into the Foreign Office. an economy capable of absorbing thousands of immigrants
absorb
If something absorbs light, heat, or another form of energy, it takes it in. A household radiator absorbs energy in the form of electric current and releases it in the form of heat
absorb
engage or engross wholly; "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
absorb
To engross or engage wholly; to occupy fully; as, absorbed in study or the pursuit of wealth
absorb
take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
absorb
To endure
absorbents
plural of absorbent
non-absorbent
does not absorb, does not take in fluids
absorbent