contaminate

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الإنجليزية - التركية
bulaştırmak
{f} (mikrop, zehir v.b. ile) kirletmek; bulaştırmak
{f} kirletmek

Temiz bardakları onları bulaşık makinesinden çıkararak kirletmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to contaminate the clean glasses by taking them out of the dishwasher.

bulaşmak
{f} bozmak
(Tıp) kontamine etmek
zehirlemek
kirlet

Temiz bardakları onları bulaşık makinesinden çıkararak kirletmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to contaminate the clean glasses by taking them out of the dishwasher.

Şehir arabalar tarafından üretilen siyah dumanla kirletilmiş. - The city is contaminated with that black smoke produced by engines with wheels.

pisletmek
contamina tion bulaştırma
bulaştir
pislik
geçirmek lekelemek
(Tıp) Kirletmek, yabancı madde etkisiyle saflığını bozmak, bulaştırmak, enfekte etmek
bulaştır,kirlet
mikrop
lekelemek
contamination
{i} kirletme
contaminated
kirlenmiş

Bu enfeksiyonlara kirlenmiş süt sebep oldu. - These infections were caused by contaminated milk.

Kirlenmiş gıda yediğine dair bir ihtimal var mı? - Is there any chance that you have eaten any of the contaminated food?

contamination
kirlilik
contaminating
{i} kirletme
contaminate to
(Havacılık) kirletmek
contaminated
kirletilmiş

Mutasyonların kökeni kirletilmiş su tüketiminde gibi görünüyor. - It seems that the origin of the mutations is in the consumption of contaminated water.

Su petrolle kirletilmiş. - The water was contaminated with oil.

contaminated
bulaşmış
contaminated
mikroplu
contaminated
kirli
contaminated
mülevves
contaminated
üzerine bulaşmış
contaminating
kirletici
contamination
(Gıda,Tıp) kontaminasyon
contamination
bulaştırılmış
contamination
(Kimya) safsızlık
contamination
kirletilmiş
contamination
(Dilbilim) etkileşim
contaminated
(Askeri) KİRLETİLMİŞ, KİRLENMİŞ: Kimyasal harp maddeleri vasıtasıyla zehirli veya mayın ile tehlikeli hale getirilmiş
contaminating
{f} kirlet
contaminating
bulaştırıcı
contamination
bulaşım
contamination
bulaşma
contamination
bulaştırma
contaminative
kirletici
contaminated
kirlenen
contaminated
kirlet(mek)
contaminating
bulaştirici
plague, pollute, contaminate
Kontamine kirletmiyor veba
to pollute
kirletmenin
contaminated
kirli,v.kirlet: adj.kirli
contaminated
kirlet

Şehir arabalar tarafından üretilen siyah dumanla kirletilmiş. - The city is contaminated with that black smoke produced by engines with wheels.

Kızgınlıkla Hey, suyumu kirlettiniz! diye bağırdı. - He shouted angrily, Hey! You contaminated my water!

contaminated
bozulmuş

Tom biraz bozulmuş sığır eti yediği için öldü. - Tom died because he had eaten some contaminated beef.

contaminating
bulaştırıcı,n.kirletme: v.kirlet: prep.kirleterek
contamination
{i} atık
contamination
(Nükleer Bilimler) bulaşma,bulaşıklık,kirlenme,kirlilik, radyoaktif kirlilik
contamination
pislik
contamination
artık/kirlenme
contamination
kirlenme

Bu yeşil takım elbiseler, biyolojik kirlenme riskini azaltmak için özel takım elbiselerdir. - Those green suits are special suits for reducing the risk of biological contamination.

contamination
{i} (mikrop, zehir v.b. ile) kirletme/kirletilme/kirlenme; bulaştırma
contamination
(Tıp) Yabancı madde etkisi ile kirlenme veya saflığını kaybetme, enfekte olma, bulaşma
contamination
(Askeri) KİRLENME, KİRLETME: Radyoaktif malzemenin, biyolojik ve kimyasal maddelerin yapılar, bölgeler, personel ve eşya üzerinde birikmesi veya bunlar tarafından emilmesi. Ayrıca bakınız: "induced radiation", "residual contamination" ve "residual radiation"
to contaminate
(Hukuk) bulaştırmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To introduce impurities or foreign matter; to soil or defile

Do not contaminate the peanut butter with the jelly.

to pollute
{a} defiled, polluted, corrupted
to pollute something or make it impure by adding a foreign substance See our Clean Water & Your Health section for more information
To soil, stain, or corrupt by contact; to tarnish; to sully; to taint; to pollute; to defile
to make something unpure, in waste this is when materials are mixed If glass or plastics are separate they are useful, but they contaminate organic matter so that it is does not produce good compost Food matter on the other hand contaminates glass or paper for recycling
to make dirty or impure by touching or mixing with
make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
(v) to make unfit for use
To make impure or unclean by contact or mixture
To pollute, or make impure, often used in connection with water
make radioactive by adding radioactive material; "Don't drink the water--it's contaminated"
to make impure (not pure) by contact or addition of something; to pollute or soil
If something is contaminated by dirt, chemicals, or radiation, they make it dirty or harmful. Have any fish been contaminated in the Arctic Ocean? vast tracts of empty land, much of it contaminated by years of army activity. + contaminated con·tami·nat·ed Nuclear weapons plants across the country are heavily contaminated with toxic wastes More than 100,000 people could fall ill after drinking contaminated water. + contamination con·tami·na·tion The contamination of the sea around Capri may be just the beginning
make radioactive by adding radioactive material; "Don't drink the water--it's contaminated
Contaminated; defiled; polluted; tainted
{f} pollute, make impure; infect with a disease
To spread filth or germs; contaminated food can cause illness or death
contaminated
Simple past tense and past participle of contaminate
contamination
A process whereby words with related meanings come to have similar sounds
contamination
The act or process of contaminating; pollution; defilement; taint; also, that which contaminates
contamination
The process of making a material or surface unclean or unsuited for its intended purpose, usually by the addition or attachment of undesirable foreign substances
cross-contaminate
To transfer a contaminant from one source to another
to contaminate
pollute
to contaminate
vitiate
contamination
{i} pollution, something which contaminates; spreading of impurities; infection (by a disease)
contamination
When a substance is present in the environment at high enough levels to make water unfit for drinking or other intended uses Leaking waste lagoons and run-off from sprayfields can contaminate water supplies by adding unnaturally high amounts of nitrates (see lagoon, sprayfield, nitrates)
contaminated
water, food etc that is contaminated has had a harmful substance added to it contaminated food/blood/water supplies etc
contaminated
The presence or the reasonably anticipated presence of blood or OPIM on an item or surface
contaminated
possessing infectious organisms or substances
contaminated
Soiled, unclean, not suitable for use
contaminated
adulterated; impure
contaminated
Spoil is defined as contaminated if it fails acute toxicity testing or elutriate testing
contaminated
corrupted by contact or association; "contaminated evidence"
contaminated
past of contaminate
contaminated
An impure condition indicating the presence of undesirable matter in pool water
contaminated
Polluted - refers to water
contaminated
rendered unwholesome by contaminants and pollution; "had to boil the contaminated water"; "polluted lakes and streams"
contaminated
contaminated with infecting organisms; "dirty wounds"; "obliged to go into infected rooms"- Jane Austen
contaminated
Usually in quarantine, contamination means that something is carrying a pest or a disease
contaminated
{s} polluted, poisoned; infected, pestiferous; corrupted by contact or association
contaminated
Containing bacteria, other microorganisms, or foreign material The term usually refers to bacterial contamination and in this context is synonymous with colonized Wounds with bacterial counts of 105 organisms per gram of tissue or less are generally considered contaminated; those with higher counts are generally considered infected
contaminates
third-person singular of contaminate
contaminating
that infects or taints
contaminating
spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination; "the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "the air near the foundry was always dirty"; "a dirty bomb releases enormous amounts of long-lived radioactive fallout"
contaminating
present participle of contaminate
contamination
a substance that contaminates
contamination
The impairment of water, sediments, plants, or animals by chemicals or bacteria to such a degree that it creates a hazard to public and environmental health through poisoning, bioconcentration (bioaccumulation), or the spread of disease Contamination can be naturally occurring or manmade
contamination
The deposit and/or absorption of radioactive material or biological or chemical agents on and by structures, areas, personnel, or objects; food and/or water made unfit for human or animal consumption by the presence of environmental chemicals, radioactive elements, bacteria or organisms in decomposing material (including the food substance itself), or waste, in food or water (FM3-4)
contamination
The deposit of radioactive material on the surfaces of structures, areas, objects, or personnel, following a nuclear (or atomic) explosion This material generally consists of fallout in which fission products and other weapon debris have become incorporated with particles of dirt, etc Contamination can also arise from the radioactivity induced in certain substances by the action of neutrons from a nuclear explosion See Decontamination, Fallout, Induced radioactivity, Weapon debris
contamination
A grammatical blend, grammatical contamination
contamination
Radioactive substances dispersed in materials and places where it is undesirable An object is contaminated when radioactive particles attach themselves to unradioactive materials Exposure to radiation does not contaminate a material
contamination
a tendency for the assessor's data, the scorer's ratings and judgments, or the evaluator's conclusions to be influenced or confounded by irrelevant knowledge about the teacher, other personnel, or other factors that have no bearing on the teacher's level of performance See Bias, Error of Measurement, Rater Effect
contamination
the presence of any foreign substance (organic, inorganic, radiological, or biological) in water, which tends to degrade its quality and can constitute a hazard or impair the usefulness of the water
contamination
1 The presence of an infectious agent on a body surface; also in or on clothes, bedding, toys, surgical instruments or dressings, or other inanimate articles or substances including water, milk and food (Last's epidemiological definition) 2 The undesirable deposition of a chemical, biological, or radiological material on the surface of structures, areas, objects, or people (FEMA definition) See also biological contamination; infection
contamination
To make something bad To pollute or infect something To reduce the quality of the potable (drinking) water and create an actual hazard to the water supply by poisoning or through spread of diseases
contamination
Deposition of radioactive material in any place where it is not desired, particularly where its presence can be harmful
contamination
The presence of any substance in a product that makes it impure, unclean, or unfit for use There are three types of contamination: microbial, particulate, and cross-contamination
contamination
The addition of any physical, chemical, biological or radiological substance to water which reduces the value of the water, or interferes with its intended use
contamination
Any physical, chemical biological, or radiological substance found in a water source Contamination can be naturally occurring or manmade
contamination
the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors the state of being contaminated
contamination
A buildup of foreign matter on the radiation-entrance window caused by particles in the SEM chamber, e g , due to outgasing by samples or oil from diffusion pumps on the SEM Contamination layers absorb X-rays and thus reduce efficiency, distort spectra and affect the results
contamination
Introduction into water, air and soil of microorganisms, chemicals, toxic substances, wastes, or wastewater in a concentration that makes the medium unfit for its next intended use Also applies to surfaces or objects and buildings, and various household and agricultural use products
contamination
The deposition of radioactive material on the surfaces of structures, areas, objects, or people The material also may be airborne, external, or internal (inside components or people)
contamination
the tendency of unconscious contents to run together, making them hard to tell apart from one another Discrimination of each falls to consciousness As each personification from down under connects to awareness, it differentiates from the other figures contaminating it
contamination
the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors
contamination
Radioactive material deposited or dispersed in materials or places where it is not wanted
contamination
Deposition of radioactive material in any place where it is not desired
contamination
Presence of radioactive substances in a material, on the surface of objects or in places where they should not be present or where they can have harmful consequences For humans, a distinction is made between external and internal contamination In the case of internal contamination, radioactive particles are present in the body, for instance through the inhalation or ingestion of solids, liquids or gas contaminated by radioactive substances In the case of external contamination, the radioactive substances are in contact with the skin or the external parts of the organism
contamination
An impairment of the quality of water by microorganisms, chemicals, sewage or industrial waste which renders water unfit for its intended use In California, this means the water poses an actual hazard to public health
contamination
Introduction into water, air and/or soil of microorganisms, chemicals, toxic substances, wastes, or wastewater in a concentration that makes the medium unfit for its next intended use Also applies to surfaces of objects and buildings, and various household and agricultural use products
contamination
the state of being contaminated
contamination
Radioactive material deposited or dispersed into materials or places where it does not belong
contamination
a general term signifying the introduction into water of microorganisms, chemicals, wastes or sewage which renders the water unfit for its intended use
contaminative
tending to contaminate
contaminative
{s} infectious; tainting; tend to contaminate
contaminate
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