decompose

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ayrıştır,bileşenlerine ayır
{f} çürümek
çürüklük
parçalanmak
doğada yok olmak
bozulmak
parçalara ayırmak
bozmak
çözünmek
ayrışım
tefessüh
(Kimya) bileşenlerine ayırmak
parçalamak

Sami, Leyla'nın cesedini daha çabuk parçalamak için bazı kimyasallar kullandı. - Sami used some chemicals to get Layla's body to decompose quicker.

çürütmek
bileşenlerine ayır
ayrıştırmak
ayrışmak
{f} dağıtmak
(Tıp) Bileşik bir cismin eczasını ayırmak, ayrıştırmak, tahhallül ettirmek, halletmek
{f} dağılmak
bozukluk
decomposition
analiz
decomposition
bozukluk
decomposed
parçalara ayrılmış
decomposed
birleşimi bozulmuş
decomposed
ayrıştırılmış
decomposed
(Kimya) bileşenlerine ayrılmış
decomposed
münhal
decomposed
parçalanmış
decomposed
çözülmüş
decomposed
bozulmuş
decomposing
çürüme
decomposing
ayrıştırma
decomposition
bozuşma
decomposition
(Ticaret) inceleme
decomposition
bozunma
decomposition
(Biyokimya) bozunum
decomposition
(İnşaat) çözünme
decomposed
bozunmuş
decomposed
ayrışmış
decomposition
ayrışma
decomposition
ayrışım
decomposition
çürüklük
decomposed
bileşenlerine ayır
decomposed
çürümüş

Sami'nin bedeni kötü bir şekilde çürümüştü. - Sami's body was badly decomposed.

Genç bir kızın fena halde çürümüş cesedi otoyolun kenarında bulundu. - The badly decomposed body of a young girl was found on the side of a highway.

decomposed
{s} çözünmüş
decomposition
{i} çürüme
decomposition
{i} bozulma
decomposition
ayrıştırma
decomposition
dekompozisyon
decomposition
ayrışma/ayrıştırma
decomposition
çürütme
decomposition
(Tekstil) 1. bozunma 2. ayırma
to decompose
çözünmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to separate or break down something into its components; to disintegrate or fragment
to rot, decay or putrefy
{v} to separate parts combined by affinity
break down; "The bodies decomposed in the heat"
to rot or decay; it is the same chemical reaction that occurs during combustion and respiration, 6 O2 + C6H12O6 > 6 H2O + 6 CO2
to rot or decay; it is the same chemical reaction that occurs during combustion and respiration, 6 O2 + C6H12O6 ----> 6 H2O + 6 CO2
to breakdown into simple elements; decomposition is a process dead plants and animals go through when exposed to oxygen and bacteria; the result is an organic material returned to the soil
to decay
To separate into constituent parts or elements or into simpler compounds; to undergo chemical breakdown; to decay or rot as a result or microbial and fungal action
separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts
to break down into component parts or basic elements; or to rot Decomposition is an organic process necessary for the continuation of life since it creates essential nutrients that plants and animals need and use
When living things are broken down and returned to the soil as nutrients An example of matter decomposing can be seen in the compost heap in a garden
to separate into constituent parts or into simpler compounds through chemical change To rot Top
To separate the constituent parts of; to resolve into original elements; to set free from previously existing forms of chemical combination; to bring to dissolution; to rot or decay
A process which separates materials into constituent parts of elements or into simpler compounds; to undergo chemical breakdown; decay or rot as a result of microbial or fungal action
the process of something breaking down into its basic elements
To decay or rot
{f} separate into simpler compounds, disintegrate; rot, decay
To break down organic material, generally through the action of bacteria and fungi
Break down into simpler components; change form De-inking Removing most of the ink, filler and other materials from waste paper before using it to manufacture new paper
v to breakdown organic matter by decay or rotting
To separate or resolve into constituent parts or elements, or into simpler compounds
lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current; "the particles disintegrated during the nuclear fission process"
breakdown of organic materials to inorganic materials
When things such as dead plants or animals decompose, or when something decomposes them, they change chemically and begin to decay. a dead body found decomposing in a wood The debris slowly decomposes into compost The fertiliser releases nutrients gradually as bacteria decompose it. = rot, decay + decomposed de·com·posed The body was too badly decomposed to be identified at once
separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts break down; "The bodies decomposed in the heat
To become resolved or returned from existing combinations; to undergo dissolution; to decay; to rot
To decay; to break down
decomposition
The splitting (of e.g. a matrix, an atom, or a compound) into constituent parts
decomposable
{a} that may be decomposed
decomposition
{n} a separation of parts chemically combined
To decompose
deconcoct
decomposable
{s} decayable, able to decompose
decomposable
capable of being partitioned
decomposable
Capable of being resolved into constituent elements
decomposed
broken down or disintegrated by rot; "a badly decomposed body
decomposed
broken down or disintegrated by rot; "a badly decomposed body"
decomposed
Separated or broken up; said of the crest of birds when the feathers are divergent
decomposed
past of decompose
decomposes
third-person singular of decompose
decomposing
present participle of decompose
decomposing
becoming rotten; "a field covered with thousands of decomposing bodies"; "John Brown's body lies a-moldering in the grave
decomposition
The biochemical process where biological materials are broken down into smaller particles and eventually into basic chemical compounds and elements
decomposition
{i} disintegration; decay, rot
decomposition
The process in which traditional cultural forms have destroyed themselves as a result of the emergence of superior means of dominating nature which make possible and necessary superior cultural constructions We can distinguish between the active phase of the decomposition and effective demolition of the old superstructures which came to an end around 1930 and a phase of repetition that has prevailed since that time The delay in the transition from decomposition to new constructions is linked to the delay in the revolutionary liquidation of capitalism
decomposition
The breakdown or decay of organic materials Research at the HBEF examines microorganisms that decompose organic (dead plant and animal) materials
decomposition
The process by which materials chemically break down
decomposition
Repeated composition; a combination of compounds
decomposition
(biology) decaying caused by bacterial or fungal action
decomposition
The breakdown of matter by bacteria and fungi It changes the chemical makeup and physical appearance of materials (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
decomposition
the analysis of a vector field (biology) decaying caused by bacterial or fungal action (chemistry) separation of a substance into two or more substances that may differ from each other and from the original substance in a decomposed state
decomposition
The breakdown of a chemical or substance into different parts or simpler compounds Decomposition can occur due to heat, chemical reaction, decay, etc
decomposition
the breakdown of organic matter through microbial action
decomposition
in a decomposed state
decomposition
the organic phenomenon of rotting
decomposition
The programming procedure for restructuring a problem into smaller tasks to be performed in parallel See domain decomposition and functional decomposition
decomposition
putrefaction
decomposition
(bio) (chem) Decay of ORGANIC MATTER due to the action of BACTERIA or FUNGI Also the separation of a substance into its component parts by chemical action F - decomposition S - descomposicion
decomposition
Breakdown of chemical into simpler parts, compounds or elements
decomposition
Breakdown of a material or substance (by heat, chemical reaction, electrolysis, decay or other processes) into parts or elements or simpler compounds
decomposition
(n ) A division of a data structure into substructures that can be distributed separately, or a technique for dividing a computation into subcomputations that can be executed separately The most common decomposition strategies in parallel computing are: functional decomposition; geometric decomposition and iterative decomposition
decomposition
The act of taking something apart, e.g. for analysis
decomposition
The breakdown of dead organic material by detrivores or saprophytes
decomposition
The break down of organic matter by bacteria and fungi, to change the chemical structure and physical appearance of matter
decomposition
A biological process through which organic material is reduced to e.g. compost
decomposition
the conversion of chemically unstable materials to more stable forms by chemical or biological action If organic matter decays when there is no oxygen present (anaerobic conditions or putrefaction), undesirable tastes and odors are produced Decay of organic matter when oxygen is present (aerobic conditions) tends to produce much less objectionable tastes and odors
decomposition
The process by which traditional cultural forms have destroyed themselves, under the effects of the appearance of superior means of dominating nature, permitting and requiring superior cultural constructions We distinguish between an active phase of decomposition, effective demolition of older superstructures -- which ends around 1930 -- and a phase of repetition, which has dominated since then The delay in the passage from decomposition to new constructions is tied to the delay in the revolutionar y liquidation of capitalism
decomposition
The act or process of resolving the constituent parts of a compound body or substance into its elementary parts; separation into constituent part; analysis; the decay or dissolution consequent on the removal or alteration of some of the ingredients of a compound; disintegration; as, the decomposition of wood, rocks, etc
decomposition
The process by which materials are broken down into simpler compounds by decomposers
decomposition
the process of breaking down organic matter into its basic elements including nutrients needed for plant growth Decomposition occurs in nature and in controlled environments like compost bins
decomposition
the analysis of a vector field
decomposition
(chemistry) separation of a substance into two or more substances that may differ from each other and from the original substance
decomposition
(1) The process of separating or analyzing a text element into component units These component units may not have any functional status, but may be simply formal units--that is, abstract shapes (2) (See Definition D19 in Section 3 6, Decomposition )
decomposition
The state of being reduced into original elements
decomposition
the breakdown of organic matter by bacteria and fungi
decomposition
Decomposition is the process of decay that takes place when a living thing changes chemically after dying
decomposition
The breakdown of matter by bacteria and fungi, changing the chemical makeup and physical appearance of materials
decomposition
breaking down into component parts or basic elements
decomposition
In mathematics, the splitting of e.g. a matrix into constituent parts
decomposition
Breakdown of a material or substance into parts or elements or simpler compounds
decompose
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