halo

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الإنجليزية - التركية
hale
(Tıp) Hale, nur dairesi
ışık halkası
ağıl
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1. Hristiyanlıkta aziz sayılanların resimlerinde başları çevresinde çizilen hale.2. Ayın çevresinde görülen ışık halkası, ağıl, ayla
(Askeri) yüksek irtifadan atlama alçakta paraşüt açma tekniği (high-altitude low-opening parachute technique)
şeref nuru
azizlerin başı etrafına konulan hale
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) hale (benjamin)
{i} (çoğ. --s/--es) hale, ağıl, ayla
{i} ülkü
damlık
(Tıp) halo
ayla
ayevi
halo effect
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ayla etkisi
halo glaucomatous
(Tıp) halo glokumatöz
halo effect
(Dilbilim) olumsuz etki
haloed
ağıllı
alteration halo
(Jeoloji) alterasyon halesi
halo effect
hale etkisi
halo effect
ağıl etkisi
haloed
ışıkla çevrili
haloed
haleli
التركية - التركية
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Hazardous Area Life-Support Organisation
High Altitude, Low Opening. — a type of skydiving, where you leave the launch platform from a high altitude, and open the parachute at a very low altitude

When you have enough experience, you can do a HALO jump.

To encircle with a halo
A circular band of coloured light, visible around the sun or moon etc., caused by reflection and refraction of light by ice crystals in the atmosphere
The metaphorical aura of glory, veneration or sentiment which surrounds an idealized entity
nimbus, a luminous disc, often of gold, around or over the heads of saints, etc., in religious paintings
Anything resembling this band, such as an effect caused by imperfect developing of photographs
{n} a colored, circle orund the sun or moon
The spherical region of a spiral galaxy composed of diffuse gas an$containing few stars and star clusters
(see galactic halo) halogens - A group of five nonmetallic elements, including fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine heat - Energy that can move or transfer from one object to another because of a difference in temperature, resulting in a gain or loss of internal energy of particle motion helioseismology - The study of oscillations of the sun's photosphere that result from seismic events within the interior
A halo is a circle of light round a person or thing, or something that looks like a circle of light. The sun had a faint halo round it
a circle of light around the sun or moon
A light line around object edges in a image, produced by the USM (sharpening) technique
Also known as nimbus or aureole, the nimbus is a ring of light surrounding the head of a holy person A square halo means that the person was still alive when the picture was made (for instance Pope Paschal I in the apse mosaic at Santa Cecilia)
The points in the data domain outside the local domain
(aka nimbus) A circle of radiant light around the heads of God, Christ, the Virgin Mary, or a saint A type of gloriole or glory It indicates divinity or holiness, though originally it was placed around the heads of kings and gods as a mark of distinction
To form, or surround with, a halo; to encircle with, or as with, a halo
The ring of light that seems to encircle the sun or moon when veiled by cirrus clouds To produce this phenomena, the ice crystals must be in a heterogeneous arrangement to refract the sunlight The most commonly observed is a halo that forms at a 22° radius, although another one at 46° radius may also be seen
The spherical region of a spiral galaxy containing a thin scattering of stars, star clusters, and small amounts of gas
"A solar flare event is called a 'Halo' event because the movies that are made show a full 'ring' of moving particles around the Sun's disk Because of this characteristic 'Halo' shape, we understand the particles to be moving in a direction towards the Earth " (Mike Kaiser)
the metaphorical aura of glory, veneration or sentiment which surround an idealized entity
A circle of light; especially, the bright ring represented in painting as surrounding the heads of saints and other holy persons; a glory; a nimbus
  A geological soil condition manifesting an effect known as "Metallurgical Phenomenon" A metallic halo is generated over time by the combination of acids and water in the soil leaching minute particles off a metal target into the surrounding soil
A ring of light In sign making, the effect achieved by reverse channel letters, which appear to be ringed by light because the light source is reflecting on the background from which the letters are pegged out
A bright or dark ring around a drop of molten solder on a flat surface
An overlap region around a decomposed data subdomain that mirrors a set of data values on a neighbouring processor Used to reduce the amount of interprocessor communication in parallel application
Acronym for High Altitude Low Opening Type of free fall military parachuting that entails exiting an airlift aircraft at high altitudes (up to 35,000 feet) and free falling to a low altitude (about 2,500 feet) before deploying the canopy The high altitude jump makes the airlift aircraft harder to shoot down and the low opening reduces the jumper's exposure to enemy observation and ground fire For its modern line, 21C has released a Special Forces HALO boxed figure and uniform set
A colored circle around a nipple; an areola
an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint
a bright light, usually circular and positioned above or behind a saint's head
any of a variety of bright circles or arcs centered on the sun or moon, caused by the refraction or reflection of light by ice crystals suspended in the earth's atmosphere and exhibiting prismatic coloration ranging from red inside to blue outside
Hazy ring around bright lights seen by some patients with refractive error of optical defects
High Altitude Low Opening, type of parachute jump
{i} nimbus, circle of light surrounding the head of a saint or divine being; circle of light around an object caused by the refraction of light
high-altitude, low-opening
Connected with halos there are often white bands, crosses, or arches, resulting from the same atmospheric conditions
A metal ring used for patients with upper spinal cord injuries that surrounds or encircles the patient's head, allowing for proper alignment of the neck and spinal column
Rings of light or fuzz around lights often seen a night
(n ) The region around a point in a mesh, whose values are used when updating the value of the central point In a cellular automata, the halo comprises those neighbouring cells whose values are used by the automaton's update rule
a toroidal shape; "a ring of ships in the harbor"; "a halo of smoke"
a rim of color around the petals, usually contrasting to the main color, not found on plics
An ideal glory investing, or affecting one's perception of, an object
A faint outline of the printed image
A halo is a circle of light that is shown in pictures round the head of a holy figure such as a saint or angel
A luminous circle, usually prismatically colored, round the sun or moon, and supposed to be caused by the refraction of light through crystals of ice in the atmosphere
halo nucleus
An atomic nucleus whose radius is appreciably larger than that predicted by the liquid drop model (wherein the nucleus is assumed to be a sphere of constant density)
halo-
Forming names of chemical compounds which contain one or more halogen atoms
halo-
Forming compound words with the sense of ‘sea, salt, salt water’
halo-halo
A popular Philippine dessert consisting of a mixture of shaved ice and milk with various boiled sweet beans and fruits, served cold in a tall glass or bowl
halo blight
a blight of bean plants a blight affecting the leaves of oats and other grasses
pleochroic halo
a microscopic spherical region in which there is a change in colour from the surrounding mineral; due to radiation damage from alpha particles
radio halo
A diffuse region of material, surrounding a galaxy or a pulsar, that emits radio waves
galactic halo
In astronomy, a nearly spherical volume of thinly scattered stars, globular clusters, and tenuous gas observed surrounding spiral galaxies. It may extend far beyond the disk and contain most of the galaxy's mass. The halo of the Milky Way Galaxy is thought to have a radius greater than 100,000 light-years and to be predominantly composed of dark matter
haloed
Surrounded with a halo; invested with an ideal glory; glorified
halos
Adv nearly; almost; about; just about; practically
halos
Rings or arcs that seem to encircle the sun or moon They are caused by the refraction of light through the ice crystals in cirrus clouds
halos
A known complication of refractive surgery that causes images from light sources to blur with circles radiating out from the center Halos also occur naturally without refractive surgery
halos
A complication of refractive surgery in which the patient sees additional rings around lights at night Halos are subjective experiences that often decrease with time
halos
An outdoor pavement used by ancient Greeks for ceremonial dancing
halos
rings around lights
halos
are rings around lights due to optical imperfections in or in front of the eye
solar halo
a luminous halo parallel to the horizon at the altitude of the sun; caused by ice crystals in the atmosphere
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Tıp) halo
(Fotoğrafçılık) halation
halo glokumatöz
(Tıp) halo glaucomatous
halo

    الواصلة

    ha·lo

    التركية النطق

    heylō

    النطق

    /ˈhālō/ /ˈheɪloʊ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'hA-(")lO ] (noun.) 1603. From Latin halos from Ancient Greek ἅλως (hálōs, “disk of the sun or moon, ring of light around the sun or moon”), (also (“threshing floor”) and (“disk of a shield”)), itself of unknown origin, one theory being from Persian هاله (hâle, “circle around moon seen at nights due to vapors”). Used in English since 1563, sense of light around someone’s head since 1646.

    الازمنة

    haloes, haloing, haloed

    رصف المشتركة

    halo effect

    كلمة اليوم

    bimester
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