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İngilizce - Türkçe
kehribar rengi
{i} koyu sarı
(Tıp) Elektrum, succinum, CH10H18O, kehlibar: Oğma ve sürtme sonucu hafif cisimleri çekmek özelliğini kazanan (Yunanca elektron adını taşır ve elektrik kesilmsi buradan alınmıştır), hemen hemen şeffaf, rengi açık sarıdan yakut kırmızısına kadar değişen kolay kırılabilir,fosilleşmiş vya yarı fosilleşmiş bir reçine. Eski tababette yüksek bir şöhrete erişmiş olan amber bugün tamamen bırakılmıştır. Saflaştırılmış amber yağı (oleum succini rectificatum), isteri ve boğmacada kullanılmıştır
sarı ışık
amber alert
(America's Missing: Broadcasting Emergency Response) Amerika'da kayıp ya da kaçırılmış çocuklar için çıkarılan olağanüstü durum ilanı
amber brown
amber kahverengi
amber fluid
(Avustralya halk ağzı) Bira, kehribar suyu

Can I have amber-fluid?.

amber light
sarı ışık
amber finish
(Tekstil) kehribar apresi
amber honey
(Arılık,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) amber renkli bal
amber perspex dose meter
(Nükleer Bilimler) see PMMA dose meters
amber tree
black amber
indicator amber
(Bilgisayar) gösterge kehribar rengi
extra light amber
(Arılık) çok açık amber renkli bal
Türkçe - Türkçe
Aynı adlı balıktan elde edilen güzel kokulu bir madde
Aynı adı taşıyan balıktan çıkarılan güzel kokulu, kül renginde bir madde
Amber balığından çıkarılan güzel kokulu, kül renginde bir madde
Güzel kokulu bazı maddelerin ortak adı
amber ağacı
Baklagillerden bir cins mimoza (Geum urbonum)
amber balığı
Balinagillerden, boyu 25 m'ye kadar çıkan, başı büyük, dişli, çok yırtıcı bir balık, ada balığı (Catodon macrocephalus)
amber çiçeği
Amber ağacının toparlak, fındık büyüklüğünde, altın sarısı renginde güzel kokulu çiçeği
akar amber
Asya ve Amerika'da yetişen, odunu ceviz ağacınınkine benzeyen, güzel kokulu öz suyu olan büyük bir ağaç (Liquidambar orientalis)
esmer amber
Amber balığının bağırsaklarından çıkarılan amber
İngilizce - İngilizce
A surname of uncertain origin

Amber, the half, generally waltzed round our forwards, and when he secured he passed the ball on to Aspinall.

A female given name
A ruined city in Rajasthan, India
A female given name, popular in the 1980s and the 1990s

And then she said softly, Sarah - I think I'll name her Amber - for the colour of her father's eyes - .

, A colloquial name used in molecular biology referring to a particular stop codon sequence, "UAG."
The intermediate light in a set of three traffic lights
A brownish yellow colour

amber colour:.

Of a brownish yellow colour
A hard yellow to brown translucent fossil resin, used for jewellery
{n} a hard, semi-pellucid substance, white or yellow, found in the earth or thrown on shore by the sea
America's Missing: Broadcasting Emergency Response
given name, female
rare, given name, male
a medium to dark brownish yellow color
Lightweight fossilized sap, resin, or gum from ancient trees, which can be cut, etched, faceted, or carved Amber can be translucent or opaque and range in color from shades of yellow, brown, and red to gray or green
Resembling amber, especially in color; amber- colored
Assisted Model Building with Energy Refinement molecular simulation programs
Consisting of amber; made of amber
Amber is a hard yellowish-brown substance used for making jewellery. an amber choker with matching earrings
a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair" a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry a medium to dark brownish yellow color
Danburite Lapis Lazuli Periclase Tourmaline
a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry
Obtained from fir trees Gives a fragrance a very rich, warm fragrance tone It is commonly used in fragrances that fall into the "oriental" category
New name for Acrobat See entry above
{i} fossilized pine tree resin; yellowish brown color
Amber is used to describe things that are yellowish-brown in colour
A colloquial name used in molecular biology referring to a particular stop codon sequence, "UAG
brittle, feels like glass to the teeth - Usually used with meerschaum pipes
a hard, translucent, yellow, orange, or brownish-yellow fossil resin, used for making jewelry and other ornamental objects Formed from hardened tree resin, amber is a valuable fossil record of ancient flora and fauna - many species have been found trapped inside amber chunks dating over hundred of millions yrs old
To scent or flavor with ambergris; as, ambered wine
a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
Amber color, or anything amber-colored; a clear light yellow; as, the amber of the sky
A student at Sunnydale High School, Amber was seen in "The Witch" trying out for the cheerleading team, during which she spontaneously combusted due to a witch's spell She trained with one of the best cheerleading coaches money could buy (Benson), and the rumor is that she's so good, she turned the Lakers down She's an average student who got detention once for smoking
An amber traffic light is orange. Cars did not stop when the lights were on amber. Fossil tree resin that occurs as irregular nodules, rods, or droplike shapes in all shades of yellow with nuances of orange, brown, and, rarely, red. Milky-white opaque varieties are called bone amber. Hundreds of species of insects and plants are found as fossils in amber. Deeply coloured translucent to transparent amber is prized as gem material, and numerous ornamental carved objects and beads are made from amber. Amber has been found throughout the world, but the largest deposits occur along the shores of the Baltic Sea
The first shadow of the primal plane of Order, the city of A is the archtype of all cities The Palace of A is the seat of the King of A , the ruler of Order
Amber is a fossilised resin The most commonly found colours are brown and yellow However, there are also specimens found in red, green and close to white
and as a basis for a fine varnish
Fossilized resin of conifer trees Colors range from honey through yellow to reddish brown
a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry a medium to dark brownish yellow color
one of the four only true realities, all else is but an influence reflection or shadow of these realities The second oldest of the known realities Amber is the representation of order, their power is based on the pattern
light yellowish-brown
The molecular modeling package AMBER produces an output that it refers to as "PDB" but differs from true PDB in several areas, enough so to warrant a separate set of handling routines
A fossilised resin from ancient trees It is clear, translucent, varying in colour from yellow to brown From it are carved beautiful and expensive pipe stems
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Lifts the spirits High electrical charge for positive energy Harmonizes Yin and Yang Powerful healing stone with large amount of organic energy In ancient times, ground to a powder and mixed with honey or oil of roses for various physical problems Filters germs and infections and has the power to disinfect Worn around the neck to help fight infection and respiratory diseases PLANET: Mercury
By friction, it becomes strongly electric
Naturally occurring, yellow to gold gemstone, fairly soft, which is the fossilized remains of tree resin Used in jewelry, mostly in the Roman period
The balsam, liquidambar
It takes a fine polish, and is used for pipe mouthpieces, beads, etc
A lager, or an ale, with a colour halfway between pale and dark
A chromatic (brown) color of glass or plastic containers It is used principally to protect the contents of the container from exposure to light
A yellowish translucent resin resembling copal, found as a fossil in alluvial soils, with beds of lignite, or on the seashore in many places
a white wine gets approximately this colour after a long ageing or an early oxidation
A brown color of glass that absorbs nearly all radiation with wavelengths shorter than 450mm Amber glass offers excellent protection from ultraviolet radiation This is critical for products such as beer and certain drugs
A translucent fossilised resin (from conifers) that comes in a range of colours including, yellows, reds, whites, blacks and blues When rubbed, amber produces static electricity The best quality amber is clear
To preserve in amber; as, an ambered fly
A very hard fossilized plant resin Yellowish in color it is often used for semiprecious gem stones
Fossilised resin – typically that of the pine tree, and from Scandinavia and the Baltic – used for making beads and jewellery, and with supposed magical qualities The presence of amber in other regions indicates trade which began in the early Bronze Age
amber alert
A public notification of a child abduction
amber alerts
plural form of amber alert
amber fluid
amber gambler
A driver of a road vehicle who accelerates when the traffic lights change from green to amber, instead of stopping, as required by law, thereby risking having an accident by gambling that no vehicle will cross their path
amber gambler
Similarly, a driver who starts off from the lights when they show red+amber, but not yet green
amber gamblers
plural form of amber gambler
amber heart
In possession of an amber heart and therefore having warm, loving or kind traits
amber heart
A particularly warm, loving or kind heart

But aren't you beautiful? Amber eyes to match an amber heart. — The old lady in Of Course You Realise, This Means War by Mashiara Sedai.

amber hearts
plural form of amber heart
amber light
An amber-coloured traffic light indicating that vehicles should stop unless it is unsafe to do so, approximately equivalent to the yellow light in the US
amber lights
plural form of amber light
amber nectar
lager beer
amber alert
An AMBER Alert is a notification to the general public, by various media outlets in Canada and in the United States, when police confirmed that a child has been abducted. AMBER is a backronym for "America's Missing: Broadcasting Emergency Response", and was named for 9-year-old Amber Hagerman who was abducted and murdered in Arlington, Texas in 1996. Exceptions are in Georgia, where it is called Levi's Call, Hawaii, where it is called a Maile Amber Alert , and Arkansas, where it is called a Morgan Nick Amber Alert. Those plans were named after children who went missing in those states
amber mutation
(Tıp, İlaç) (genetics) Alteration of a codon to UAG, one of the three codons that result in premature polypeptide chain termination in all living organism
amber fish
A fish of the southern Atlantic coast Seriola Carolinensis
amber lily
plant having basal grasslike leaves and a narrow open cluster of starlike yellowish-orange flowers atop a leafless stalk; southwestern United States; only species of Anthericum growing in North America
amber room
The room is being recreated from old photographs by Russian artisans
amber room
A room formerly in the Czar's Summer Palace in Russia, which was richly decorated with walls and fixtures made from amber
amber room
The amber was removed by occupying German troops during the Second World War and has, as of 1997, never been recovered
amber seed
Seed of the Hibiscus abelmoschus, somewhat resembling millet, brought from Egypt and the West Indies, and having a flavor like that of musk; musk seed
amber tree
A species of Anthospermum, a shrub with evergreen leaves, which, when bruised, emit a fragrant odor
acid of amber
The organic compound succinic acid



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    brown, golden, tan, yellowish


    /ˈambər/ /ˈæmbɜr/


    [ 'am-b&r ] (noun.) 14th century. From amber, from Middle English ambre, from Old French ambre, from Latin ambar, from Arabic عنبر (anbar, “amber”)

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