boding

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الإنجليزية - التركية
alamet
meşum
bodinglyuğursuz olarak
kehanet
kötüye işaret
uğursuz
bod
herif
bode
beklemek
bode
kötüye işaret olmak
bode
-e delalet etmek
bode
-e işaret etmek
bod
kişi

Sami, Leyla'nın cesedini keşfeden kişiydi. - Sami was the one who discovered Layla's body.

Bu toplumda her kişi sağlıklı bir insan vücudunun bağışıklık sisteminde bir hücre gibidir. - Every person in this community is like a cell in the immune system of a healthy human body.

bode
belirtisi olmak
bode
bekle
ill-boding
uğursuz
BOD
(Çevre) Biokimyasal Oksijen İhtiyacı, BOİ
bode
e işaret et
bod
adam

Neredeyse kusursuz cinayetti: Biz, olay yerine geldik, bagajı açtık, adamı öldürdük ve izleri temizledik, ama biz cesedi gizlemeyi unuttuk. - It was almost the perfect crime: we arrived at the scene, opened the trunk, killed the man and cleaned up the prints, but we forgot to hide the body.

Tom, çocukluktan beri, bir adamın vücudunda doğmuş olan bir kız gibi hissettiğini söyledi. - Tom said that, from childhood, he had felt like a girl who had been born in the body of a man.

bode
gelecekten haber vermek
bode
{f} işareti olmak
bode
bode ill uğursuzluğa delalet etmek
bode
bode well hayra alamet olmak
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bekle/işaret et
bode
işaret olmak
bode
işaret etmek
bode
{f} alâmet olmak
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f., bak. bide
bode
eski kehanet etmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Present participle of bode
portending, ominous
An omen, a prediction of disaster, a portent
Foreshowing; presaging; ominous
A prognostic; an omen; a foreboding
BOD
beginning of day
BOD
Brightlingsea One Design (sailing boat class)
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biological oxygen demand
BOD
benefit of the doubt
bod
a person

George was a bit of an odd bod.

bod
short form of body

Fred likes to keep his bod in shape.

bode
A bid; an offer. A messenger; a herald
bode
An omen; a foreshadowing
bode
To indicate by signs, as future events; to be the omen of; to portend to presage; to foreshow
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A stop; a halting; delay
ill-boding
which bodes evil, spelling bad things
bode
{v} to presage, foreshow, portend
BOD
group of administrators, head council
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Board of Directors
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Biological oxygen demand, meaning the amount of oxygen required for biological mineralisation of organic (or inorganic) degradable matter in sewage or in a natural watercourse This indirect unit is widely applied because it is easy to measure in the laboratory for samples that contain a variety of (perhaps unknown) compounds BOD is harmless in itself, but excessive supplies can cause oxygen depletion BOD is expressed as a mass (g or kg oxygen), a concentration (mg oxygen per litre), or as a supply rate (oxygen mass per time unit)
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By measuring the amount of oxygen bacteria use over a period of time, the amount of organic matter in that sample can be determined This test is required to be done weekly and is also reported in mg/L A high BOD in the effluent is undesirable because it would deplete oxygen needed by fish in the river
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a measure of the amount of oxygen necessary to decompose organic materials in a volume of water As the amount of organic waste in water increases, more oxygen is used, resulting in a high BOD
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(Biochemical Oxygen Demand) - The amount of oxygen consumed by bacteria while decomposing organic matter under aerobic conditions BOD5 is the amount of oxygen demand exerted over a 5-day period
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand An index of water pollution which represents the content of biochemically degradable substances in a water of effluent sample The oxygen up-take by micro-organisms together with the sample is measured in grams per cubic metre
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Biochemical oxygen demand The quantify of oxygen utilized by a mixed population of microorganism in the aerobic oxidation of the organic matter in a sample of wastewater at a temperature of 20 degrees Celsius
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Biochemical oxygen demand
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand - the rate at which microorganisms use the oxygen in water or wastewater while stabilizing decomposable organic matter under aerobic conditions In decomposition, organic matter serves as food for the bacteria and energy results from this oxidation
bod
{i} physical structure of a creature; man, guy, fellow (Slang)
bod
is the biological oxygen demand, a measure for the pollution of waste water with bio-degradable substances
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A bod is a person. He was definitely a bit of an odd bod. = chap. biochemical oxygen demand
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Biological Oxygen Demand The amount of oxygen consumed by decay and other organic processes in a body of water
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5Biochemical Oxygen Demand after 5 days An analytical biological method used to determine the content of biodegradable organic material in e g waste water
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alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand, a measure of the pollution level in water
bod
The Board of Directors of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc , a non-profit tax-exempt corporation dedicated to research and recreation of the environment of pre-Seventeenth Century Western Culture There is no specific form of address for Members of the Board, as they hold a purely mundane office
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand Measures biodegradable organic matter Expressed as O2
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand A measure of the amount of oxygen required to neutralize organic wastes
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See: Biological oxygen demand
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is the biochemical oxygen demand
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Biological Oxygen Demand The depletion of oxygen from the tank water caused by consumption by biological processes such as fish respiration
bod
Biochemical oxygen demand, the amount of oxygen consumed by bacteria and other microorganisms
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Biochemical Oxygen Demand: A measure of the amount of oxygen required by bacteria for the biochemical degradation of organic material in a water sample
bod
Biological (Biochemical) Oxygen Demand
bod
biological oxygen demand-a measure of pollution by oxygen-consuming organic materials in an effluent stream
bod
The quantity of oxygen utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter under standard laboratory procedure in five days at 20°C, expressed in milligrams per liter
bode
indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"
bode
Bid or bidden
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inflected form of bide
bode
indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news
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simple past of bide
bode
{f} portend, presage; be a sign or omen of
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A bid; an offer
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To foreshow something; to augur
bode
A messenger; a herald
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If something bodes ill, it makes you think that something bad will happen in the future. If something bodes well, it makes you think that something good will happen. She says the way the bill was passed bodes ill for democracy Grace had dried her eyes. That boded well. A past tense of bide
bode
Abode
bode
A bid; an offer. (v. t.) A messenger; a herald
boding

    الواصلة

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    [ 'bOd ] (transitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English bodian; akin to Old English bEodan to proclaim; more at BID.

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