mantle

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} kabuk
yer kabuğu ile yerözeği arasında kalan bir katman
ört
(Tıp) Beyin korteksi
havagazi gömlegi
harmaniye
(Coğrafya,Jeoloji) çekirdek kabuğu
(Coğrafya,Teknik,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) manto
gömlek
harmani
kolsuz manto
örtü
Şöminenin üst kısmı
örten şey
{i} örtü, örten şey
mantledörtülü
midye gibi kabuklu su hayvanlarını örten iç deri
{i} lüks gömleği
jeol
{i} (Anatomi) örtenek
lüks fitili
amyant gömlek/pelerin
(Askeri) ÖRTÜ, GÖMLEK, ÖRTEN ŞEY
lamba fitili
kaplama
pelerin
örtenek
amyant gömlek
havagazı gömleği
mantle plume
(Jeoloji) Manto yükselmesi

Hot mantle plumes, from the lower mantle, and magma at shallow depths in volcanic regions locally raise the geothermal gradient.

mantle attachment
kapak bağlantısı
mantle cavity
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) manto boşluğu
mantle convection
(Çevre) manto akımları
mantle glass
muhafaza kilidi
mantle grip
karter kavraması
mantle grip
muhafaza kavraması
heating mantle
(Tıp) ısıtma mantosu
lower mantle
(Jeoloji) alt manto
mantled
gizlemek
mantled
saklamak
upper mantle
(Coğrafya) üst manto
brain mantle
beyin korteksi
ice mantle
buz örtüsü
ice mantle
buz ortüsü
earth's crust and mantle (geology)
yer kabuğunun ve (jeoloji manto)
gold plated mantle
altın manto kaplama
lady's mantle
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Aslan pençesi
mantled
örtülü
ice mantle
bu mantosu
lady's mantle
aslanpençesi
sedimentary mantle
sedimanter manto
silicate mantle
silikat mantosu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The body wall of a mollusc, from which the shell is secreted
A piece of clothing somewhat like an open robe or cloak, especially that worn by Orthodox bishops
To become covered or concealed
To cover or conceal (something)
A fireplace shelf; Alternative spelling of mantel
The cerebral cortex
Anything that covers or conceals something else
The zone of hot gases around a flame; the gauzy incandescent covering of a gas lamp
The layer between the Earth's core and crust
{n} a cloak
{n} the part of a chimney in front lying on the jambs
{v} to froth, cover, revel
that portion of the Earth below the crust and reaching to about 2,780 km, where a transition zone of about 100 km thickness separates it from the core It has a high iron, magnesium and nickel composition
Upper surface of the wings and the back
A loose garment to be worn over other garments; an enveloping robe; a cloak
the layer of the earth between the crust and the core
Hence, figuratively, a covering or concealing envelope
The part of the earth's interior between the metallic outer core and the crust
The back of a bird together with the folded wings
The greatest part of the Earth's interior, lying between the crust and the core
A rock layer, about 2,894 kilometers thick, between the Earth's crust and core Like the crust, the upper part of the mantle is relatively brittle Together, the upper brittle part of the mantle and the crust form tectonic plates
The solid bulk of the earth's interior, ranging from the core boundary, at 3400 km, to the crust, (about 6400 km) The mantle is made up of a mixture of metamorphic rocks, with minerals rich in Mg and Fe Mantle samples are denser than crustal rocks (3 3 and up, in contrast to 3 0 and less) The rocky meteorites, the moon, and most of Mars are basically the same material as the earth's mantle Subtle compositional and isotopic differences have been used to work out the early history of the rocky planets
the body wall of a mollusc/mollusk
The largest portion of the earth, located between the core and the crust
The zone of the earth below the crust and above the core
To spread over the surface as a covering; to overspread; as, the scum mantled on the pool
A mantel
hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
To cover or envelop, as with a mantle; to cloak; to hide; to disguise
The middle layer of the Earth, lying just below the crust and consisting of relatively dense rocks The mantle is divided into two sections, the upper mantle and the lower mantle; the lower mantle has greater density than the upper mantle See also core and crust
anything that covers; "there was a blanket of snow"
(zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell the cloak as a symbol of authority; "place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders"
The outer wall and casing of a blast furnace, above the hearth
To unfold and spread out the wings, like a mantle; said of hawks
The layer of rock that lies between the outer crust and the core of the earth
A mantle of something is a layer of it covering a surface, for example a layer of snow on the ground. The parks and squares looked grim under a mantle of soot and ash. = blanket see also mantel. to cover the surface of something. That part of the Earth that lies beneath the crust and above the central core. On average, the mantle begins about 22 mi (35 km) below the surface and ends at a depth of about 1,800 mi (2,900 km). Predominant in the rock material are olivines, pyroxenes, and the silicate perovskite, a dense form of enstatite
To spread out; said of wings
Same as Mantling
fireplace shelf
The layer of the Earth about 1800 miles thick between the crust and the core
(Geology) The division of the earth's interior between the core and the crust It is composed mainly of silicate rock and is around 2,900 kilometers (1,800 miles) thick
the cloak as a symbol of authority; "place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders"
spread over a surface, like a mantle
The Earth's inner layer of molten rock, lying beneath the Earth's crust and above the Earth's core of liquid iron and nickel
cover like a mantle; "The ivy mantles the building"
A portion of the body wall of a mollusc In snails, clams and other molluscs with shells, the mantle secretes the shell In octopus and squid, the mantle is the outside of the body
The layer of a planet between the core and the crust In the Earth, the mantle is about 2900 km thick and is composed rocks of iron and magnesium combined with silicon and oxygen
Any free, outer membrane
shelf that projects from wall above fireplace; "in England they call a mantel a chimneypiece"
The top of a womans torso, from her shoulders to her breasts
If you take on the mantle of something such as a profession or an important job, you take on the responsibilities and duties which must be fulfilled by anyone who has this profession or job. Glasgow has broadened its appeal since taking on the mantle of European City of Culture in 1990
That portion of the interior of the Earth that lies between the crust and the core
The hot main part of the Earth which underlies the crust
Layer of the Earth's interior composed of mostly solid rock that extends from the base of crust to a depth of about 2,900 kilometers
(From the base of the crust to the outer core 2,900 km deep) There are upper and lower layers In the 250 km below the surface, it becomes plastic: this part is called the asthenosphere, over which the lithosphere floats The thickness of the lithosphere varies between 80 and 120 km It is more rigid and its temperature can reach 1,500°C
(zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell
a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter
The external fold, or folds, of the soft, exterior membrane of the body of a mollusk
the layer of the earth between the crust and the core United States baseball player (1931-1997) cover like a mantle; "The ivy mantles the building"
That part of the Earth beneath the crust but above the molten iron/nickel core The mantle makes up the greatest volume of the Earth and is composed of iron-magnesium silicate minerals
The layer of the Earth's interior situated between the core and the crust It is about 2300 kilometres thick
{i} sleeveless cape or cloak; covering, something which conceals or envelopes; (Geology) layer of the earth which lies between the crust and the core
It usually forms a cavity inclosing the gills
a membrane between the body and shell of a mollusk or brachiopod
The layer of rock that lies between the crust and the outer core of the Earth It is approximately 2900 kilometers thick and is the largest of the Earth's major layers
Also used figuratively
United States baseball player (1931-1997)
A penstock for a water wheel
The Mantle is a layer of the Earth under the Crust layer It is 1,800 miles thick, very hot, and under great pressure
The layer of the earth lying between the CRUST and the CORE The mantle extends between depths of about 30 kilometers (19 miles) in the continential areas and 2,800 km (1,790 miles), where the core begins
mantle field
The region of the neck, chest and armpits when the subject of radiotherapy
mantle plume
An upwelling of abnormally hot rock within the Earth's mantle
mantle-tree
A beam of wood over the opening of an open fireplace, from which items were hung

To honour thee, my little parlsey crown.

mantle plume
(Jeoloji) A mantle plume is an upwelling of abnormally hot rock within the Earth's mantle. As the heads of mantle plumes can partly melt when they reach shallow depths, they are often invoked as the cause of volcanic centers known as hotspots and their related flood basalts, though there is some scientific debate about this. They may be far from tectonic plate boundaries
Mickey Mantle
A popular hero and champion in a field
Mickey Mantle
The popular, record-breaking, often-injured center fielder of the New York Yankees in the 1950s and 1960s

I suppose he is kind of like the Mickey Mantle of tennis: awesome career stats, but a lot of What If questions about how he could have been even *better* if only he had worked more at it.

assume the mantle
To take on a specific role or position, along with any associated responsibilites
gas mantle
The incandescent gauze surrounding the flame in a gas lamp. It contains rare earths to enhance the light output
lady's mantle
The herb Alchemilla vulgaris, or any plant in the genus Alchemilla
lady's mantle
An herbaceous perennial plant in Europe and Greenland, alchemilla vulgaris
Elijah's mantle
cloak of Elijah, robe of Elijah
Mickey Mantle
in full Mickey Charles Mantle born Oct. 20, 1931, Spavinaw, Okla., U.S. died Aug. 13, 1995, Dallas, Texas U.S. baseball player. Mantle joined the New York Yankees in 1951 and became a powerful switch-hitting outfielder and first baseman. Between 1954 and 1961 "the Mick" led the American League four times in home runs, six times in runs, and once in RBIs, the latter occurring in the year (1956) that he won the triple crown for home runs, RBI, and batting average (.353). In 1961 he hit 54 home runs, finishing second in the home-run race behind his teammate Roger Maris, who broke Babe Ruth's season record that same year. Mantle had to play with his legs heavily taped for much of his career because of injuries to his ankles and knees. He retired in 1968 with a lifetime total of 536 home runs
lady's mantle
{i} (Botany) type of herbs that belong to the of the rose family
ladys mantle
A genus of rosaceous herbs (Alchemilla), esp
ladys mantle
vulgaris, which has leaves with rounded and finely serrated lobes
ladys mantle
the European A
lower mantle
the deeper part of the mantle
mantled
past of mantle
mantled
covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak; "leaf-clothed trees"; "fog-cloaked meadows"; "a beam draped with cobwebs"; "cloud-wrapped peaks"
mantles
plural of mantle
mantling
present participle of mantle
mantling
The representation of a mantle, or the drapery behind and around a coat of arms: called also lambrequin
skirt of the mantle
wing of a jacket, section of a jacket under the arm
upper mantle
the upper part of the mantle
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف mantle في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

mantle hücreli lenfoma
(Tıp) mantle cell lymphoma
mantle

    الواصلة

    man·tle

    التركية النطق

    mäntıl

    النطق

    /ˈmantəl/ /ˈmæntəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ man-t&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Old English mentel (“sleeveless cloak”), later reborrowed from Anglo-Norman mantel, both from Latin mantēllum (“covering, cloak”), diminutive of mantum, probably from Gaulish.

    الازمنة

    mantles, mantling, mantled

    كلمة اليوم

    iatrogenic
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