a chimney

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الإنجليزية - التركية

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chimney
baca

Sanırım bacayı temizlememin zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to clean the chimney.

Baca tuğladan yapılır. - The chimney is made of brick.

uptake
(Tıp) alım
uptake
(Tıp) alınım
chimney
{i} lamba şişesi
chimney
krater
chimney
yanardağ ağzı
uptake
{i} anlama

Tom anlamada oldukça hızlı. - Tom's pretty quick on the uptake.

chimney
duman bacası
chimney
ocaklık
chimney
boru
chimney
(Jeoloji) maden kuyusu
uptake
(Askeri) boşaltma
chimney
gaz lambası şişesi
uptake
çekiş bacası
uptake
çekiş borusu
uptake
kaldırma
uptake
yükseltme
chimney
chimney pot baca külâhı
chimney
chimney piece şömine tablası
chimney
lamba şişesi/baca
chimney
chimney corner ocak başı
chimney
lamba şisesi
chimney
chimney sweep baca temizleyicisi
chimney
chimney damper baca sürgüsü
uptake
kavrayışlı
uptake
{i} kavrama

O iyi bir çocuk - kavramada çok hızlı ve yapılması gerekeni yapar. - He's a good kid - very quick on the uptake and he does whatever needs to be done.

uptake
(Tekstil) çektirme
uptake
uyanık
uptake
(Tıp) Bir doku veya organın belli bir maddeyi yapısına alma yeteneğin, yapısına alma, tutma
uptake
{i} hava bacası
uptake
kazandan bacaya giden boru
uptake
kavrayış
uptake
{i} kazan borusu
uptake
hazırcevap
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
lum
uptake
chimney
The smokestack of a steam locomotive
chimney
The glass flue surrounding the flame of an oil lamp
chimney
A narrow cleft in a rock face; a narrow vertical cave passage
chimney
To negotiate a chimney (sense #4) by pushing against the sides with back, feet, hands, etc
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{n} a passage made for smoke, a fireplace
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stone, masonry, prefabricated metal, or a wood framed structure, containing one or more flues, projecting through and above the roof
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Vertical shaft enclosing one or more flues for carrying flue gases to the outside atmosphere
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The function of the chimney is to pass the flue gases into the open Certain DIN codes and other regulations must be observed in the construction of a chimney In the case of furnaces larger than 4 GJ/h the exhaust system is generally approved within the framework of the building authorisation process A permit is required in terms of trade law Applications must be submitted to the trade supervisory authorities
chimney
a glass flue surrounding the wick of an oil lamp
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Two different meanings: In geological terms, a tall thin column of rock or other matter that resembles its namesake In climbing terms, a chimney is a vertical crack big enough to fit your body inside
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A passage for the escape of fumes, smoke or heated air from a fireplace or furnace
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A body of ore, usually of elongated form, extending downward in a vein
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(n ) a parallel sided constriction wider than body width 2 (vb ) to climb a chimney
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a device used to light a charcoal grill It's about the size and shape of a coffee can, and it has little air holes cut in the side near the bottom The air holes help the flame from the match concentrate on lighting the charcoal and paper in the grill Chimneys take the place of lighter fluid (Back to Ozone Action! Days)
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That part of a building which contains the smoke flues; esp
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The corridor of tubing between the flute's lip plate and the body of the headjoint Back
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A narrow cleft in a rock face
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A vertical hollow shaft that exhausts smoke and gases from heating units and incinerators
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a vertical flue that provides a path through which smoke from a fire is carried away through the wall or roof of a building
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Also referred to as a pipe , this is a vertically oriented, cylindrical body, often a breccia, of vein or replacement mineralization
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The (usually) glass tube designed to shape the air flow around the combustion zone of a lamp that uses flame (either "open" or Bunsen) to produce either light or the heat that produces it A chimney is attached to the burner "gallery" in a variety of manners "Chimney" is distinct from "shade", or "globe"; although is does serve some of the same protective purposes as these generally EXTERNAL items, its primary purpose is air draft control
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n a parallel sided constriction wider than body width 2 (vb ) to climb a chimney
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Often used instead of chimney shaft
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A natural vent or opening in the Earth as a volcano
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Vertical shaft enclosing one or more passages for flue gasses to escape to the atmosphere
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A fireplace or hearth
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A wide crack or a narrow chute with parallel walls into which a climber can fit most or all of his or her body
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an upright tube or flue of brick or stone, in most cases extending through or above the roof of the building
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A vertical tube or hollow column used to emit environmentally polluting gaseous and solid matter (including but not limited to by-products of burning carbon or hydro-carbon based fuels); a flue
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A passage or structure extending above the roof, through which smoke escapes
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A pipe emerging from the top of the Smoke Box (at the front of the engine) from which the smoke and spent steam escapes The black smoke, loved by photographers, is a sign of fuel waste
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Flue constructed above or at some distance from the firing chamber to draw the hot gasses through the kiln and carry smoke and noxious fumes away from the workshop area
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{i} pipe that funnels smoke (away from a fireplace, furnace, etc.); narrow passage
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either a steep, narrow chute with parallel walls, or a wide crack that the climber can fit into
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A tube usually of glass, placed around a flame, as of a lamp, to create a draft, and promote combustion
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Shaft for conveying gases outside, connected to a dwelling via either the exterior or the interior
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A glass tube, open at both ends, used to shield the flame of an oil lamp, to trap soot, and to increase the draft
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In air drying, a vertical space, more than 6 inches wide, in the center of a hand-built pile extending the length of the pile, intended to facilitate air circulation in the pile
chimney
Glass tubes of various shapes placed around the flame to protect against wind Today it is used for ornamentation and light diffusion
chimney
A chimney is a pipe through which smoke goes up into the air, usually through the roof of a building. This gas fire doesn't need a chimney
a chimney
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