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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Soft mud, slime, or shells on the bottom of a body of water
Piece of soft, wet, pliable turf
To secrete or slowly leak
Potion of vegetable matter used for leather tanning
Secretion, humour
To give off a sense of (something)
A thick often unpleasant liquid; muck
{v} to drop out slowly, to run gently
{n} a soft mud, slime, spring, soft flow
The liquor of a tan vat
Marine sediment consisting of more than 30% shell fragments of microscopic organisms
The radiolarian ooze occurring in many places in very deep water is composed mainly of the siliceous skeletons of radiolarians, calcareous matter being dissolved by the lage percentage of carbon dioxide in the water at these depths
To flow gently; to percolate, as a liquid through the pores of a substance or through small openings
{i} mud, mire, muck (as on the river or ocean bottom); act of oozing; sweat, seepage; that which oozes
pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings
When a thick or sticky liquid oozes from something or when something oozes it, the liquid flows slowly and in small quantities. He saw there was a big hole in the back of the man's head, blood was still oozing from it The lava will just ooze gently out of the crater The wounds may heal cleanly or they may ooze a clear liquid
A soft deposit covering large areas of the ocean bottom, composed largely or mainly of the shells or other hard parts of minute organisms, as Foraminifera, Radiolaria, and diatoms
the process of seeping
Soft mud
{f} flow slowly; emit, discharge, give off light or liquid; leak information; exude, radiate
(1) To flow or leak out slowly, as through small openings (2) To disappear or ebb slowly (3) To exude moisture (4) Soft mud or slime (5) A layer of mud-like sediment on the floor of oceans and lakes, composed chiefly of the remains of microscopic sea animals (5) Muddy ground
If you say that someone or something oozes a quality or characteristic, or oozes with it, you mean that they show it very strongly. The Elizabethan house oozes charm Manchester United were by now oozing with confidence
To leak (out) or escape slowly; as, the secret oozed out; his courage oozed out
Fine-grained deep-sea sediments of biological origin, composed (in part) of the remains of small marine organisms
Adhesive moving out of ends of rolls or stacks of sheets causing ends to feel sticky and possible causing material to block Also referred to as adhesive cold flow
any thick messy substance
Soft flow; spring
Soft mud or slime; earth so wet as to flow gently, or easily yield to pressure
To cause to ooze
release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities; "exude sweat through the pores"
ooze away
vaporize, be used up
ooze leather
Leather made from sheep and calf skins by mechanically forcing ooze through them; esp
ooze leather
such leather with a soft, finely granulated finish (called sometimes velvet finish) put on the flesh side for special purposes
ooze leather
Ordinary ooze leather is used for shoe uppers, in bookbinding, etc
ooze leather
a very soft leather made from the skins of calves and having a suede finish on the flesh side
ooze leather
Hence Ooze calf, Ooze finish, etc
ooze out
release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities; "exude sweat through the pores"
ooze out
leak out slowly; exude moisture
ooze through
of liquids; "Blood oozed through the bandage
radiolarian ooze
mud of the bottom of deep seas composed largely of silica from the skeletal remains of radiolarians
past of ooze
plural of ooze
third-person singular of ooze
the process of seeping
leaking out slowly
present participle of ooze
{i} act of that which oozes; seepage of moisture; slow flowing, seeping
sea ooze
Same as Sea mud