charcoaled

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الإنجليزية - التركية

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charcoal
karakalem resim
charcoal
{i} kömür

Tom kömür ve karbon arasındaki farkı bilmiyor. - Tom does not know the difference between charcoal and carbon.

Tom mangal kömürü satan bir şirket için çalışıyor. - Tom works for a company that sells charcoal.

charcoal
{i} karakalem

Karakalem çizimi yağlıboyadan daha kolay, ama ikisi de düşündüğümden daha zor. - Charcoal drawing is easier than oil painting, but both are harder than I thought.

charcoal
mangal kömürü

Tom mangal kömürü satan bir şirket için çalışıyor. - Tom works for a company that sells charcoal.

Kömür, mangal kömürü, kok kömürü ve petrol koku yakıt olarak kullanılmaktadır. - Coal, charcoal, coal coke and petroleum coke are used as fuels.

charcoal
kara kalem
charcoal
aktif kömür
charcoal
(Arkeoloji) kömürkalem
charcoal
odun kömürü
charcoal
(Kimya,Gıda) ağaç kömürü
charcoal
kara kalem resim
charcoal
mangal kömür

Tom mangal kömürü satan bir şirket için çalışıyor. - Tom works for a company that sells charcoal.

Kömür, mangal kömürü, kok kömürü ve petrol koku yakıt olarak kullanılmaktadır. - Coal, charcoal, coal coke and petroleum coke are used as fuels.

charcoal
odunkömürü
charcoal
(Tıp) Odun kömürü, organik kömür
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية

تعريف charcoaled في الإنجليزية الإنجليزية القاموس.

charcoal
A stick of black carbon material used for drawing
charcoal
A very dark gray colour

charcoal colour:.

charcoal
A drawing made with charcoal
charcoal
To cook over charcoal
charcoal
To draw with charcoal
charcoal
Of a dark gray colour
charcoal
{n} a coal made by burning wood under cover, and expelling all volitile matter
charcoal
A dark or black porous carbon prepared from vegetable or animal substances (as from wood by charring in a kiln from which air is excluded)
charcoal
– solid product obtained from the destructive distillation
charcoal
Cylindrical stick of wood burned without air used to create drawings Also the name of the drawings produced with this material
charcoal
a stick of black carbon material used for drawing a drawing made with charcoal a very dark gray color a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air draw, trace, or represent with charcoal
charcoal
Charcoal is a black substance obtained by burning wood without much air. It can be burned as a fuel, and small sticks of it are used for drawing with. Impure form of carbon, obtained as a residue when material containing carbon is partially burned or heated with limited access to air. Coke, carbon black, and soot are forms of charcoal; other forms are named for their source material, such as wood, blood, or bone. Largely replaced by coke in blast furnaces and by natural gas as a raw material, charcoal is still used to make black gunpowder and in case-hardening metals. Activated charcoal is a finely powdered or highly porous form whose surface area is hundreds or thousands of square meters per gram. It has many uses as an adsorbent (see adsorption), including for poison treatment, and as a catalyst or catalyst carrier
charcoal
a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air
charcoal
Detailed information on what it is, how to take it, any side effects and possible adverse interactions with other drugs
charcoal
from which air is excluded
charcoal
Charcoal is one of the products derived from coppice woodland It is formed when the wood is heated under conditions where there is insufficient oxygen for complete combustion to take place The decline in the market for charcoal is one of the principle reasons for the decline in coppice management Nowadays, charcoal is mostly used as barbecue fuel
charcoal
It is used for fuel and in various mechanical, artistic, and chemical processes
charcoal
very dark gray
charcoal
Charcoal is a porous, solid product obtained when carbonaceous materials such as cellulose, wood, peat, bituminous coal, or bone are partially burned in the absence of air Until the 18th century, charcoal was the chief fuel used in blast furnaces, as well as in glassmaking, blacksmithing, and metalworking (1)
charcoal
A drawing material formed by charring willow under intense heat
charcoal
a very dark gray color
charcoal
(fos) (gen) A dark-colored or black porous form of CARBON made from vegetable or animal substances Charcoal commonly is made by charring wood in a KILN or RETORT from which air is partially excluded It is used for FUEL, and in various mechanical, artistic, and chemical processes By using DISTILLATION and retorts to produce charcoal, several valuable products can be collected that would otherwise be lost, including COMBUSTIBLE GASes, CREOSOTE OIL, METHANOL, soluble tar, and combustible pitch F - charbon de bois S - carbon
charcoal
Material resulting from charring of biomass, usually retaining some of the microscopic texture typical of plant tissues; chemically it consists mainly of carbon with a disturbed graphitic structure, with lesser amounts of oxygen and hydrogen See: Black carbon; Soot particles (Source: Charlson and Heintzenberg, 1995, p 402 )
charcoal
draw, trace, or represent with charcoal
charcoal
{i} carbon prepared by imperfect burning; piece of charcoal used for drawing; charcoal drawing
charcoal
The traditional fuel in iron smelting and blacksmithing Charcoal is produced by burning wood slowly to drive off water and other substances A professional charcoal makr is called a collier
charcoal
A dark or black porous carbon (pencil-like) used in drawing
charcoal
Chared wood or other dense organic matter used as fuel Charcoal is manufactured from wood by heating it in a controlled fire with insufficient oxygen to completely burn the wood that drives off the water, volatiles and light elements The result is mostly porus carbon Charcoal burns hot and clean leaving a light white ash For thousands of years it was used as fuel for everything including smelting and melting metals, fueling blacksmith forges and cooking "Charcoal" briquetts sold for barbeques are made from a mixture of ground charcoal, sawdust and bituminous coal bonded with a starch glue It is generally not suitable for fueling blacksmith's forge Real charcoal is sold in bulk for use in resturants Charcoal is also made from charing bones This produces "bone black" used in artists paints and is also recommended for case hardening
charcoal
The residue, primarily carbon, from the partial combustion of wood or other organic matter
charcoal
coal made by charring wood in a kiln, retort, etc
charcoal
Impure carbon prepared from vegetable or animal substances; esp
charcoal
– solid product obtained from the destructive distillation and/or thermal degradation of wood (Forest Management Bureau)
charcoal
impure carbon obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of oxygen
charcoal
Finely prepared charcoal in small sticks, used as a drawing implement
charcoal
Compressed burned wood used for drawing
charcoal
A piece of wood that has been charred in a hot oven with no oxygen Used in painting to sketch in nature or to outline a drawing before putting paint on the canvas
charcoaled
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