continental

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kıta
(Jeoloji) kıtaya ait
avrupa'ya ait
kıtasal
{s} karasal

Dünyadaki en büyük karasal göl Hazar Denizi'dir. - The largest continental lake in the world is the Caspian Sea.

{i} Avrupalı
{s} Avrupa kıtasındaki ülkelere özgü
{s} Avrupa ile ilgili
{s} Avrupai
{i} İngilizler ve İrlandalılar haricindeki avrupalı
Continental Congress 1774 ile 1781 yılları arasmdaki Amerikan mill
ihtilâlcilere ait continental climate kara iklimi
meclis
ıngilizler ve ırlandalılar haricindeki avrupalı
kontinental
continent
kıta

Afrika bir kıta ama Grönland değil. - Africa is a continent, but Greenland is not.

Afrika'ya bir zamanlar Kara Kıta denirdi. - Africa was once called the Dark Continent.

continental crust
(Çevre) kıtasal kabuk
continental drift
(Bilgisayar) kıtaların kayması
continental drift
(Jeoloji) kıtasal kayma
continental drift
(Çevre) kıtasal sürüklenme
continental glacier
(Askeri) kıta buzulu
continental margin
(Jeoloji) kıtasal kenar
continental margins
kıta sınırları
continental philosophy
(Eğitim) kıta avrupası felsefesi
continental rise
(Coğrafya) kara yükselmesi
continental shelf
(Meteoroloji) kıtasal kabuk
continental system
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) kıtasal sistem
continental united states
(Askeri) abd anayurdu
continental waters
içsular
continental climate
karasal iklim
continental climate
kara iklimi
continental divide
kıta bölüm çizgisi
continental drift
karaların kayması
continental quilt
kuştüyü yorgan
continental shelf
kara sahanlığı
continental shelf
kıta sahanlığı
continental congress
kıta kongre
continental divide
kıta bölmek
continental law
kıtasal hukuk
continental plates
kıtasal plakalar
continental shield
kıta kalkan
continental slope
derin etek
Continental United States Army
(Askeri) Kıta Amerikası Ordusu
continental United States
(Askeri) ABD Kıtası, Kıta Amerikası
continental United States North American Aerospace Defense Command Region
(Askeri) Kıta Amerikası Kuzey Amerika Hava-Uzay Savunma Komutanlığı Bölgesi
continental United States airborne reconnaissance for damage assessment; contine
(Askeri) hasar tespiti için kıta Amerikası içinde keşif uçuşu; hasar tespiti için kıta Amerikası içinde bölge keşfi
continental air command
(Askeri) ANAYURT HAVA KOMUTANLIĞI: ABD Anayurdu içinde bulunan bir hava komutanlığı. Bu komutanlık anayurt içinde bulunan hava ihtiyat kuvvetlerinin ve Hava Milli Muhafız Teşkilatının yurtiçi tehlike hallerine ve çeşitli idari faaliyetlerine ait işleri yapar
continental air command
(Askeri) anayurt hava komutanlığı
continental air mass
(Meteoroloji) karasal hava kütleleri
continental army
(Askeri) ANAYURT ORDUSU
continental borderland
(Jeoloji) kıtasal sınır-karası
continental breakfast
{i} mısır gevreği ve meyve suyu içeren kahvaltı
continental breakfast
{i} kontinental kahvaltı
continental displacement
(Jeoloji) kıtasal yerdeğiştirme
continental facies
(Coğrafya) karasal fasiyes
continental glacier
(Askeri) KITA BUZULU, İÇ BUZUL: Bak. "ice cap"
continental islands
(Coğrafya) sığ deniz adaları
continental phase
kara oluşumu safhası
continental plate
(Çevre) kıtasal plaka
continental quilt
kuştüyü yatak
continental slope
(Jeoloji) kıtasal yamaç
continental tour
avrupa turu
continental united states
(Askeri) (CONUS) ABD ANAYURDU: Kuzey Amerika kıtasında Kanada ile Meksika arasında kalan ve civar kara sularında içine alan Birleşik Devletler arazisi. Aynı zamanda CONUS olarak bilinmektedir
common ground station; continental United States ground station
(Askeri) ortak yer istasyonu; Kıta Amerikası yer istasyonu
continent
kendine hakim
continent
alan

Amerika göç alan bir kıtadır. - America is a continent of immigration.

continent
(Tıp) kontinent

Onlar bu otelde kontinental kahvaltı hizmeti verirler. - They serve a continental breakfast in this hotel.

continent
idrarını tutabilen
outer continental shelf
(Coğrafya) dış kıta sahanlığı
Aegean Continental Shelf
Ege Kıta Sahanlığı
continent
anakara

Avrupa'da köleliğin kaldırılması, sonunda Amerikan anakarasına ulaştı. - The abolition of slavery in Europe eventually reached the American continent.

continent
kıtaya
continent
kıt'a
continentals
Kıtalılar
inter continental
inter kıta
continent
ölçülü
continent
britanya ve ırlanda haricindeki avrupa kıtası
continent
avrupa kıtası
continent
hakim olabilen
continent
the Continent Avrupa kıtası the dark Continent Afrika
continent
{s} idrarını tutabilen; bağırsaklarına hâkim olabilen
continent
{i} britanya ve İrlanda haricindeki avrupa kıtası
continent
ıIımlı
continentally
avrupa tarzında
i would like a continental breakfast
kontinental kahvaltı rica ediyorum
integrated continental United States (CONUS) medical mobilization plan
(Askeri) birleştirilmiş Kıta Amerikası (CONUS) sıhhi seferberlik planı
outside the continental United States
(Askeri) Kıta Amerikası dışında
polar continental air
(Meteoroloji) kutup kara havası
polar continental air mass
(Meteoroloji) kutup-karasal hava kütlesi
theory of continental drift
kıtasal sürüklenme teorisi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A member of the Continental army
In the main part of a country or region, as opposed to on one of its islands

continental Europe.

Characteristic of the style of continental Europe, as opposed to British

continental breakfast.

Of or relating to a continent or continents

continental drift.

Someone from "the continent"
Paper scrip (paper money) issued by the continental congress, largely worthless by the end of the war (hence the expression "not worth a continental")
{a} pertaining to a continent, or a whole country
{i} resident of Europe, native European; soldier in the Continental Army (during the American Revolution)
{s} of or pertaining to Europe or Europeans; of the 13 original American colonies (during the time of the American Revolution)
Continental is used to refer to something that belongs to or relates to a continent. The most ancient parts of the continental crust are 4000 million years old
Formed on land rather than in the sea
A soldier in the Continental army, or a piece of the Continental currency
Many Massey-Harris motors, including the H260, H277 and HD260 engines were built by Massey-Harris after a design created by Continental Engines These motors have been used in a variety of farm and industrial equipment applications
being or concerning or limited to a continent especially the continents of North America or Europe; "the continental United States"; "continental Europe"; "continental waters"
originating in an area inland, or away from a coast
Continental means situated on or belonging to the continent of Europe except for Britain. He sees no signs of improvement in the UK and continental economy
The continental United States consists of all the states which are situated on the continent of North America, as opposed to Hawaii and territories such as the Virgin Islands. Shipping is included on orders sent within the continental U.S
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
Self-restraint; self-command
Continental means existing or happening in the American colonies during the American Revolution. George Washington, Commander of the Continental Army
Continentals were soldiers who fought in the Continental Army against the British in the American Revolution. Continental Congress Continental Divide continental drift Continental philosophy continental shelf continental shield continental slope Continental System
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
A framework or fabric, as of beams
Cleveland, Houston, Newark(NJ)
A continental is someone who comes from the continent of Europe
of or relating to or concerning the American colonies during and immediately after the Revolutionary War; "the Continental Army"; "the Continental Congress"
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
of or pertaining to or typical of Europe; "a Continental breakfast"
If you describe someone or something as continental, you think that they are typical of the continent of Europe
A notation used to identify the wheel arrangement of locomotives by specifying non driving axles by numers and driving axles by letters (followed by 'o' if they are not coupled) For example C-C means no leading wheels, two sets of six coupled/driving wheels, and no trailing wheels, Co-Co indicates the same except that the driving axles are independently powered and not coupled together, A1A-A1A is a similar wheel arrangement except that the centre pair of wheels in each set are not powered This notation is commonly used for diesel and electric locomotives
{s} of or pertaining to a continent
Of or pertaining to the confederated colonies collectively, in the time of the Revolutionary War; as, Continental money
Word used to describe the OO scale range in the 1960s and 1970s - probably in an attempt to make this new version sound more sophisticated
See Continental, a
Contiguous; touching
of or relating to or characteristic of a continent; "the continental divide"; "continental drift"
Of or pertaining to the main land of Europe, in distinction from the adjacent islands, especially England; as, a continental tour; a continental coalition
Continental Navy
The name of the United States Navy between 1775 and 1794
continental United States
The portion of the United States which is located on the North American continent; the United States exclusive of Hawaii and other overseas territories
continental United States
The largest portion of the United States which is not separated by any ocean or non-U.S. land; the United States exclusive of Alaska, Hawaii, and other overseas territories
continental breakfast
a light breakfast, often as served in a hotel, usually consisting of cereal, juice, and pastries, but without any fried items
continental breakfasts
plural form of continental breakfast
continental divide
A line of elevated terrain that divides a watershed or a continent, so that water flowing on either side eventually travel to separate bodies of water
continental divides
plural form of continental divide
continental drift
the slow movement of continents explained by plate tectonics
continental philosophy
A collective term for various philosophical traditions strongly influenced by certain 19th and 20th century philosophers from mainland Europe, such as Hegel
continental quilts
plural form of continental quilt
continental shelf
The area of sea around a land mass where the depth gradually increases before it plunges into the ocean deeps
continental shelves
plural form of continental shelf
continental shift
A type of work cycle, most commonly at a manufacturing plant or institution, with shifts worked four days in a row, followed by four days off in a row
continental shifts
plural form of continental shift
continental slope
The steep, narrow fringe separating the coastal zone from the deep ocean
continental slopes
plural form of continental slope
Continental Airlines
leading American aviation company (headquartered in Houston, Texas)
Continental Army
{i} American army during the American Revolution
Continental Celtic
A branch of the Celtic languages comprising Gaulish and Celtiberian, both formerly spoken in continental Europe and known mostly from scattered inscriptions
Continental Congress
a group of politicians who represented the original 13 American colonies, and met between 1774 and 1789. They made laws for the colonies, and later formed the government of the US. The Continental Congress wrote the Declaration of Independence, and its members are often called "The Founding Fathers ". Body of delegates that acted for the American colonies and states during and after the American Revolution. The First Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia in September 1774, was called by the colonial Committees of Correspondence. The delegates adopted a declaration of personal rights, denounced taxation without representation, petitioned the British crown for a redress of grievances, and called for a boycott of British goods. The Second Continental Congress, meeting in May 1775, appointed George Washington commander in chief of the army. It later approved the Declaration of Independence (1776) and prepared the Articles of Confederation (1781), which granted certain powers to the Congress
Continental Divide
A series of mountain ridges extending from Alaska to Mexico that forms the watershed of North America. Most of it runs along peaks of the Rocky Mountains and is often called the Great Divide in the United States. An extensive stretch of high ground from each side of which the river systems of a continent flow in opposite directions. the Continental Divide the Great Divide the chain of high mountains that goes from north to south in North America. They divide the rivers which flow into the Pacific Ocean from those which flow into the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. Most notable watershed of the North American continent. The mountains comprising it extend generally north-south, thus dividing the continent's principal drainage into waters flowing eastward (e.g., into Hudson Bay in Canada or the Mississippi River in the U.S.) and waters flowing westward (into the Pacific Ocean). Most of the divide runs along the crest of the Rocky Mountains, through British Columbia in Canada and through the states of Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico in the U.S. Its central point is Colorado, where it has many peaks above 13,000 ft (3,962 m). It continues southward into Mexico, roughly paralleling the Sierra Madre, and into Central America
Continental Europe
{i} the Continent, continent of Europe
Continental System
In the Napoleonic Wars, the blockade designed by Napoleon to paralyze Britain through the destruction of British commerce. In the Decrees of Berlin (1806) and Milan (1807), France proclaimed that neutrals and French allies were not to trade with the British. The United Kingdom responded with a counterblockade, which led indirectly to the War of 1812. Because of Britain's naval superiority, the effort to enforce the system proved disastrous for Napoleon
continental army
the American army during the American Revolution
continental breakfast
A breakfast of rolls, fruit and coffee or tea Often provided on a complimentary basis by hotels and motels
continental breakfast
A light breakfast, usually consisting of muffins or sweet rolls, plus juice, coffee, or tea, often provided free of charge to hotel guests
continental breakfast
breakfast usually including a roll and coffee or tea
continental breakfast
A continental breakfast is breakfast that consists of food such as bread, butter, jam, and a hot drink. There is no cooked food. A light breakfast consisting usually of coffee or tea and a roll, pastry, or other baked good. a breakfast consisting of coffee and bread with butter and jam English breakfast
continental breakfast
{i} light breakfast consisting of a hot drink and a baked good of some kind
continental breakfast
A light breakfast generally consisting of juice, bread, and a hot beverage such as coffee or tea; fruit may be included
continental climate
(Meteorology) comparatively dry climate with very hot summers and very cold winters (typical of the central parts of Asia and North America)
continental congress
the legislative assembly composed of delegates from the rebel colonies who met during and after the American Revolution; they issued the Declaration of Independence and framed Articles of Confederation
continental divide
is the line in North America that separates the waters which flow into the Atlantic Ocean from those flowing into the Pacific
continental divide
An imaginary boundary line that runs north-south along the crest of the Rocky Mountains, separating river and drainages that flow west to the Pacific Ocean from those that flow south and east to the Gulf of Mexico
continental divide
The line of high ground that separates the oceanic drainage basins of a continent; the river systems of a continent on opposite sides of a continental divide flow toward different oceans
continental divide
a ridge or other elevated area that determines the direction of flow of waters running off adjacent drainage basins and the region of the world ocean into which they empty The Eastern Continental Divide separates land draining to the Atlantic from that draining to the Gulf of Mexico
continental divide
the watershed of a continent (especially the watershed of North America formed by a series of mountain ridges)
continental divide
n the highest continuous line on a continent, does not necessarily include the highest peaks In North America, rain that falls on the west side of this divide flows to the Pacific Ocean and rain that falls on the east side flows into the Atlantic Ocean
continental divide
An imaginary line dividing watersheds that feed oceans on opposite sides of the continent
continental divide
the line of summits in the Rocky Mountains that separate streams flowing toward the Gulf of California and Pacific from those flowing toward the Gulf of Mexico, Hudson Bay and the Arctic Ocean
continental divide
In North America, the continuous ridge of mountain summits dividing the continent into two main drainage areas On one side, rivers and streams flow west to the Pacific Ocean; on the other side, rivers and streams flow northeast to Hudson Bay or Southeast to the Gulf of Mexico
continental drift
Continental drift is the slow movement of the Earth's continents towards and away from each other. The movement, formation, or re-formation of continents described by the theory of plate tectonics. the very slow movement of the continents across the Earth's surface. Large-scale movements of continents over the course of geologic time. The first complete theory of continental drift was proposed in 1912 by Alfred Wegener, who postulated that a single supercontinent, which he called Pangaea, fragmented late in the Triassic Period (248-206 million years ago) and the parts began to move away from one another. He pointed to the similarity of rock strata in the Americas and Africa as evidence to support his hypothesis. Wegener's ideas were widely rejected until they were combined with Harry H. Hess's seafloor spreading hypothesis in the 1960s. The modern theory states that the Americas were joined with Europe and Africa until 190 million years ago, when they split apart along what is now the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Subsequent tectonic plate movements brought the continents to their present positions
continental drift
the gradual movement and formation of continents (as described by plate tectonics)
continental drift
{i} gradual movement and formation of the continents across the surface of earth through geological time
continental drive
The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continental drive
Contiguous; touching
continental drive
Self-restraint; self-command
continental drive
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
continental drive
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
continental drive
A framework or fabric, as of beams
continental drive
A transmission arrangement in which the longitudinal crank shaft drives the rear wheels through a clutch, change-speed gear, countershaft, and two parallel side chains, in order
continental drive
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
continental drive
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
continental glacier
Self-restraint; self-command
continental glacier
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
continental glacier
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
continental glacier
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
continental glacier
Contiguous; touching
continental glacier
A broad ice sheet resting on a plain or plateau and spreading outward from a central névé, or region of accumulation
continental glacier
a glacier that spreads out from a central mass of ice The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continental glacier
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
continental glacier
A framework or fabric, as of beams
continental law
system of laws used in most European countries and countries influenced by European standards
continental philosophy
A cluster of 20th-century European philosophical movements that view themselves as continuing the legacy of Hegel, Husserl, and Heidegger and include phenomenology, existentialism, hermeneutics, structuralism, and deconstructionism, especially as contrasted with analytic philosophy. Collective term for the many distinct philospohical traditions, methods, and styles that predominated on the European continent (particularly in France and Germany) from the time of Immanuel Kant. It is usually understood in contrast with analytic philosophy, also called Anglo-American philosophy. In the 20th century it encompassed schools such as phenomenology, existentialism, structuralism, and deconstruction and thinkers such as Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Michel Foucault, and Jacques Derrida. See also structuralism; poststructuralism
continental pronunciation
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
continental pronunciation
A framework or fabric, as of beams
continental pronunciation
The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continental pronunciation
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
continental pronunciation
A method of pronouncing Latin and Greek in which the vowels have their more familiar Continental values, as in German and Italian, the consonants being pronounced mostly as in English
continental pronunciation
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
continental pronunciation
The Continental method of Greek pronunciation is often called Erasmian
continental pronunciation
The stricter form of this method of pronouncing Latin approaches the Roman, the modified form the English, pronunciation
continental pronunciation
Self-restraint; self-command
continental pronunciation
Contiguous; touching
continental pronunciation
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
continental quilt
a duvet
continental shelf
Part of the continental margin the ocean floor from the coastal shore of continents to the continental slope, usually to a depth of about 200 meters The continental shelf usually has a very slight slope, roughly 0 1 degrees
continental shelf
The edge of a continental mass that lies under the sea in comparatively shallow water (up to a water depth of about 800 feet)
continental shelf
The sea floor adjoining a large land mass as distinct from the deeper waters of the wider ocean bed
continental shelf
(1) The zone bordering a continent extending from the line of permanent immersion to the DEPTH, usually about 100 m to 200 m, where there is a marked or rather steep descent toward the great depths (2) The area under active LITTORAL processes during the Holocene period (3) The region of the oceanic bottom that extends outward from the shoreline with an average slope of less than 1: 100, to a line where the gradient begins to exceed 1: 40 (the continental slope)
continental shelf
This area is part of the sea floor adjoining a land mass over which the maximum depth of sea water is 200 m (600 ft)
continental shelf
An area of relatively shallow seabed which lies between the shore of a continent and the deeper water of the ocean
continental shelf
An area of continental crust covered by the sea
continental shelf
The continental shelf is the area which forms the edge of a continent, ending in a steep slope to the depths of the ocean. the deep water off the Continental Shelf. n. A submerged border of a continent that slopes gradually and extends to a point of steeper descent to the ocean bottom. continental shelves the edge of a continent where it slopes down steeply to the bottom of the ocean. Broad, relatively shallow submarine platform that forms a border to a continent, typically extending from the coast to depths of 330-660 ft (100-200 m). Continental shelves average about 40 mi (65 km) in width. Almost everywhere they are simply a continuation of the continental landmass: narrow, rough, and steep off mountainous coasts but broad and comparatively level offshore from plains. Continental shelves are usually covered with a layer of sand, silts, and silty muds. Their surfaces feature small hills and ridges that alternate with shallow depressions and valley-like troughs. In a few cases, steep-walled V-shaped submarine canyons cut deeply into both the shelf and the slope below
continental shelf
rim of land from the continental shores sloping gradually before the steep decline to the oceans' depths   The seas here are relatively shallow, making the resources of the seabed accessible   Most fishing resources are located in these parts of the ocean, and so it is common for littoral states (states bordering the body of water) to claim control over their adjacent continental shelf
continental shelf
A region of relatively shallow water surrounding each of the continents
continental shelf
raised area of land which is above sea level and forms continents
continental shelf
The zone around the continents extending from the low-water mark seaward to where there is a marked increase in slope to greater depths
continental shelf
The zone around the continents extending from the low-water mark seaward, typically ending in steep slope to the depths of the ocean floor
continental shelf
relatively shallow seabed from the shore to the edge of the continental slope (which slopes to the deep ocean floor)
continental shelf
The seabed and subsoil of the submarine areas that extend beyond a coastal state's territorial sea throughout the natural prolongation of its land territory to the outer edge of the continental margin A coastal state may claim a continental shelf of up to 200 miles from the baselines from which the territorial sea is measured even if the continental margin is not that far seaward; but its maximum claim can be no more than 350 miles
continental shelf
The relatively flat portion of continental crust that is covered by shallow sea water
continental shelf
The submerged shelf of land that slopes gradually from the exposed edge of a continent to where the drop-off to the deep seafloor begins
continental shelf
the first part of the ocean floor after one leaves the shore It is formed of flat, gently sloping sections that extend into the ocean
continental shelf
gently sloping submarine plain extending into the ocean from a continent
continental shelf
A relatively shallow, submerged portion of a continent, extending to a point of steep descent to the ocean floor
continental shelf
the relatively shallow (up to 200 meters) seabed surrounding a continent
continental shelf
A geological term that refers to the zone of the sea floor around a continent that extends from the shoreline and where the water depth is much shallower than in the open sea Typical depths range from 100 to 800 metres compared to 2,000 to 7,000 metres or more for the open ocean
continental shelf
A gently sloping submarine plane of varying width extending from the shoreline of a continent to the continental slope
continental shelf
Gently seaward-sloping surface that extends between the shoreline and the top of the continental slope at about 150 m depth
continental shelf
the sea bed and subsoil of those submarine areas that extend beyond the territorial limits of Malaysia, throughout the natural prolongation of the landed territory of Malaysia, to the outer edge of the continental margin, or to a distance of 200 nautical miles from the baseline from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured where the outer edge of the continental margin does not extend to that distance
continental shield
Any of the large stable areas of low relief (little variation in elevations) in the Earth's crust that are composed of Precambrian crystalline rocks. These rocks are always more than 570 million years old, and some are as old as 2-3 billion years. Continental shields occur on each of the continents
continental slope
The declivity from the outer edge of the continental shelf or continental borderland into greater depths
continental slope
Part of the continental margin; the ocean floor from the continental shelf to the continenetal rise or oceanic trench usually to a depth of about 200 meters The continental slope typically has a relatively steep grade, from 3 to 6 degrees
continental slope
Part of the continental margin; the ocean floor from the continental shelf to the continental rise or oceanic trench, usually to a depth of about 660 feet (200 meters)
continental slope
the second part of the ocean floor, after the continental shelf, that dips steeply down
continental slope
The sloping sea bottom of the continental margin that begins at the shelf break and ends at the top of the continental rise
continental slope
The descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom. Seaward border of a continental shelf. The world's combined continental slope is about 200,000 mi (300,000 km) long and descends at an average angle of about 4° from the edge of the continental shelf to the beginning of the ocean basins at depths of 330-10,500 ft (100-3,200 m). The slope is most gradual off stable coasts without major rivers and is steepest off coasts with young mountain ranges and narrow continental shelves. Slopes off mountainous coastlines and narrow shelves commonly have outcrops of rock. The dominant sediments of continental slopes are muds; there are smaller amounts of sediments of sand or gravel
continental slope
Steeply sloping portion of continental crust found between the continental shelf and continental rise
continental slope
the steep descent of the seabed from the continental shelf to the abyssal zone
continental slope
The declivity from the offshore border of the continental shelf to oceanic depths It is characterized by a marked increase in slope
continental slope
The edge of the continental shelf where it slopes down toward the deep ocean floor at an average angle of four degrees
continental system
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
continental system
The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continental system
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
continental system
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
continental system
The retaliatory measures of England were followed by the Milan decree, issued by Napoleon from Milan Dec
continental system
Contiguous; touching
continental system
issued from Berlin Nov
continental system
Self-restraint; self-command
continental system
A framework or fabric, as of beams
continental system
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
continental system
17, 1807, imposing further restrictions, and declaring every ship going to or from a port of England or her colonies to be lawful prize
continental system
The system of commercial blockade aiming to exclude England from commerce with the Continent instituted by the Berlin decree, which Napoleon I
continental system
21, 1806, declaring the British Isles to be in a state of blockade, and British subjects, property, and merchandise subject to capture, and excluding British ships from all parts of Europe under French dominion
Continent
Mainland Europe
continent
A large contiguous landmass considered independent of its islands, peninsulas etc. See the Continent
continent
Land (as opposed to the water)

The carkas with the streame was carried downe, / But th'head fell backeward on the continent.

continent
Each of the main continuous land-masses on the earth's surface, now generally redarded as seven in number, including their related islands, continental shelfs etc
continentally
With regard to continents
continentally
In a continental manner or to a continental extent
continent
abstaining from sexual intercourse; "celibate priests"
continent
{a} chaste, temperate, sober, connected
continent
{n} land not separated by the sea
Continent
island
Continentally
{i} in a Continental manner, in a European manner
Inter Continental
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continent
A large land mass rising abruptly from the deep ocean floor, including marginal regions that are shallowly submerged Continents constitute about one-third of the earth's surface
continent
People sometimes use the Continent to refer to the continent of Europe except for Britain. Its shops are among the most stylish on the Continent. One of seven large continuous masses of land: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia (listed in order of size). Europe and Asia are sometimes considered a single continent, Eurasia. The continents vary greatly in size and in ratio of coastline to total area. More than two-thirds of the world's continental land area lies north of the equator, and all the continents except Antarctica are wedge-shaped, wider in the north than in the south. See also continental drift
continent
a large body of land differing from an island, not merely in its size, but in its structure, which is that of a large basin bordered by mountain chains; as, the continent of North America
continent
Exercising restraint as to the indulgence of desires or passions; temperate; moderate
continent
Not interrupted; connected; continuous; as, a continent fever
continent
one of the seven main land areas on Earth
continent
Abstaining from sexual intercourse; exercising restraint upon the sexual appetite; esp
continent
{i} any of a number of large continuous land masses (usually considered to be 7: Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia and Antarctica)
continent
That which contains anything; a receptacle
continent
A large contiguous landmass that is at least partially surrounded by water, together with any islands on its continental shelf
continent
abstaining from illicit sexual intercourse; chaste
continent
the European mainland; "Englishmen like to visit the Continent but they wouldn't like to live there"
continent
One of the seven large land masses The continents are North America, South America, Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Antarctica France is on the continent of Europe, and the United States is on the continent of North America
continent
having control over urination and defecation
continent
Contiguous; touching
continent
exercising continence
continent
In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining
continent
having control over urination and defecation The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continent
one of the great divisions of the land on the globe
continent
Geog
continent
One of the grand divisions of land on the globe; the main land; specifically Phys
continent
any one of the seven large land masses of the Earth, as distinct from the oceans They are Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, and Antarctica Continents are constantly moving and evolving
continent
the European mainland; "Englishmen like to visit the Continent but they wouldn't like to live there" one of the large landmasses of the earth; "there are seven continents"; "pioneers had to cross the continent on foot" having control over urination and defecation The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric
continent
Any of the large land masses of the earth The United States is located on the continent of North America
continent
one of the large landmasses of the earth; "there are seven continents"; "pioneers had to cross the continent on foot"
continent
A framework or fabric, as of beams
continent
The largest body of land
continent
The state of being contiguous; intimate association; nearness; proximity
continent
n one of the six or seven great divisions of land on the globe
continent
A large land-mass on Earth, formed by slabs of granite floating on the denser, deeper layers of the lithospheric plates
continent
One of the large, continuous areas of the Earth into which the land surface is divided
continent
The land mass on Earth is divided into continents The seven current continents are Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America
continent
One of the large, continuous areas of the Earth into which the land surface is divided The six geographically defined continents are politically defined as seven; Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America, and Antarctica
continent
One of the large, continuous areas of the Earth into which the land surface is divided
continent
a main land mass COUNTRY land; region
continent
any of Earth’s seven principal land masses
continent
A continent is a very large area of land, such as Africa or Asia, that consists of several countries. She loved the African continent Dinosaurs evolved when most continents were joined in a single land mass
continent
Self-restraint; self-command
continent
An single area of continental crust, mostly above sea-level but including the 'continental shelf'
continent
from unlawful indulgence; sometimes, moderation in sexu
continent
The restraint which a person imposes upon his desires and passions; the act or power of refraining from indulgence of the sexual appetite, esp
continent
A large landmass
continent
Serving to restrain or limit; restraining; opposing
continentally
in a continental manner (pertaining to a continent or continents)
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف continental في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

continental kahvaltı
(Turizm) continental breakfast
continental

    الواصلة

    Con·ti·nen·tal

    التركية النطق

    käntınentıl

    المترادفات

    mainland, european

    المتضادة

    british, english

    النطق

    /ˌkäntəˈnentəl/ /ˌkɑːntəˈnɛntəl/

    فيديوهات

    ... the continental plates of the oceans collide with the continents.  That means they are ...
    ... thousand site exposed to the rough continental climate ...

    كلمة اليوم

    pariah
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