elliptical

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} oval

Gezegenler oval yörüngeler izler. - The planets follow elliptical orbits.

{s} elips şeklinde
eliptik

Bizim güneş sistemimiz şekil olarak eliptiktir. Bu onun yumurta şeklinde olduğu anlamına gelir. - Our solar system is elliptical in shape. That means it is shaped like an egg.

Sirius eliptik bir yörüngeye sahiptir. - Sirius has an elliptical orbit.

beyzi
{s} eksiltili
{s} bazı sözcükleri çıkarılmış
yumurta biçimli
beyz
elliptical poetry
eliptik şiir
elliptical shape
eliptik şekli
elliptical arch
(Mimarlık) eliptik kemer elips kemer yumurta kemer
elliptic
yumurta biçimli
elliptic
elips biçiminde
elliptic
yumurtamsı
elliptic
beyzi
elliptic
sobe
elliptically
eliptik şekilde
elliptic
elips şeklinde
elliptic
{s} oval

Gezegenler oval yörüngeler izler. - The planets follow elliptical orbits.

elliptic
eliptik

Sirius eliptik bir yörüngeye sahiptir. - Sirius has an elliptical orbit.

Güneş sistemimiz eliptik bir şekle sahiptir ve Samanyolu olarak bilinen bir galaksinin parçasıdır. - Our solar system has an elliptical shape and is part of a galaxy known as the Milky Way.

elliptic
bazı sözcükleri çıkarılmış
elliptic
dolaylı/eliptik
elliptic
eksiltili
elliptically
dolaylı/eliptik şekilde
highly elliptical orbit
(Askeri) basıklığı yüksek eliptik yörünge
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
In a shape reminding of an ellipse; oval

Having admitted that the projectile was describing an orbit around the moon, this orbit must necessarily be elliptical; science proves that it must be so.

Of, or showing ellipsis; having a word or words omitted

If he is sometimes elliptical and obscure, it is because he has so much to tell us. -- Edmund Wilson.

An elliptical galaxy
Alternative form of elliptic
Concise, condensed

Browning's dark and elliptical mode of speech, like his love of the grotesque, was simply a characteristic of his, a trick of his temperament, and had little or nothing to do with whether what he was expressing was profound or superficial.

An elliptical trainer
{a} oval, roundish, defective, wanting
An oval searchcoil housing shape containing either the 2D or concentric winding configuration
containing or characterized by ellipsis; "the clause of comparison is often elliptical"- G O Curme
The condition where the shape of a leaf or leaflet is widest at the middle
having the form of an ellipse, or oval
of elliptical shape and little obvious internal structure, made up of old stars
n , adj (jar ) Refers to a class of canopies with a tapered or approximately elliptical planform
adj oval-shaped in three dimensions
containing or characterized by ellipsis; "the clause of comparison is often elliptical"- G
Having a part omitted; as, an elliptical phrase
Of or pertaining to an ellipse; having the form of an ellipse; oblong, with rounded ends
A wing shape characterized by a tapering leading and trailing edge so that the middle of the canopy is wider, front to back, than the ends This configuration is typical of many high performance canopies
Curme
Something that is elliptical has the shape of an ellipse. the moon's elliptical orbit
rounded like an egg
A description of a projectile's cross section A cross section which looks like an ellipse, having two convex faces which taper near the blade edges
{s} oval, egg-shaped; containing ellipsis
oval in outline, widest at or about the middle (from Lawrence)
Elliptical references to something are indirect rather than clear. elliptical references to problems best not aired in public. = oblique direct + elliptically el·lip·ti·cal·ly He spoke only briefly and elliptically about the mission
characterized by extreme economy of expression or omission of superfluous elements; "the dialogue is elliptic and full of dark hints"; "the explanation was concise, even elliptical to the verge of obscurity"- H O Taylor
elliptical galaxies
plural form of elliptical galaxy
elliptical galaxy
A galaxy having a smooth, featureless light-profile. It is one of the three main classes of galaxies originally described by Edwin Hubble in his 1936 work “The Realm of the Nebulae”
elliptical Poetry
(Edebiyat) Elliptical Poetry or ellipticism is a literary-critical term coined by critic Stephen Burt introduced in a 1998 essay in the Boston Review on Susan Wheeler, and expanded upon in an eponymous essay in American Letters & Commentary. Since the publication of that essay, and a number of accompanying responses in the same journal, "Elliptical Poetry", "ellipticism" and "elliptical Poets" have entered the critical discussion of contemporary American poetry as a significant point of reference; Wheeler notes in an introduction to Burt at the Poetry Society "hearing, on several spooky occasions, in conferences with graduate students, "but I want to be an elliptical poet""
elliptic
Related to an ellipse or its mathematical definition
elliptically
using ellipsis
elliptic
alternative spelling of elliptical
elliptic
resembling an ellipse and about one-half as wide as long
elliptic
rounded like an egg
elliptic
Narrow at the ends and broad near the center
elliptic
A type of leaf shape An elliptic leaf is oblong and rounded at the ends; the leaf is approximately twice as long as it is wide [16]
elliptic
Longer than wide with rounded ends, like an ellipse
elliptic
Shaped like an ellipse
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Having a part omitted; as, an elliptical phrase
elliptic
Arching margins of leaf which is pointed at both ends, about two times longer than wide
elliptic
Of or pertaining to an ellipse; having the form of an ellipse; oblong, with rounded ends
elliptic
widest in the middle and tapering equally toward both ends (see pictorial glossary)
elliptic
(leaf) - Elongately oval, about twice as long as wide, and broadest at the middle Emarginate- Having a shallow notch at the apex Entire Margins - Undivided and without teeth
elliptic
Taylor of a leaf shape; in the form of an ellipse
elliptic
football-shaped, with the widest point at the middle
elliptic
Pertaining to an ellipse, or in the form of an ellipse
elliptic
characterized by extreme economy of expression or omission of superfluous elements; "the dialogue is elliptic and full of dark hints"; "the explanation was concise, even elliptical to the verge of obscurity"- H O Taylor
elliptic
a (Gr elleipsis, a falling short, defect, ellipse) an outline that is oval, narrowed to rounded at the ends and widest at about the middle (as the outline of a football); ellipsoid, a solid with an elliptical outline
elliptic
Oval-shaped, with the widest part in the middle and tapering toward both ends See drawing of leaf shapes
elliptic
of a leaf shape; in the form of an ellipse
elliptic
containing or characterized by ellipsis; "the clause of comparison is often elliptical"- G O Curme
elliptic
Widest in the middle and tapering evenly to both ends
elliptic
oval and narrow at the ends emergent part of an aquatic plant growing above the water - a water lily entire not didided - without teeth or lobes epicalyx extra sepal ring outside true sepals equal the same length
elliptic
{s} oval, egg-shaped
elliptic
oval and narrowing at both ends
elliptically
In the form of an ellipse
elliptically
in an elliptical manner; in the shape of an ellipse, in an oval shape; with the use of an ellipsis (Grammar)
elliptically
With a part omitted; as, elliptically expressed
elliptical
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