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الإنجليزية - التركية
saat rakkası
saat sarkacı
pendulum of popularity kamuoyunu
compensation pendulum ısı değişmesinden etkilenmeden belirli bir uzunluğu koruyan rakkas
torsion pendulum yay ile hare ket eden daire şeklinde rakkas
sürekli olarak değişen şey
pendulum clock
sarkaçlı saat
pendulum bearing
sarkaç rulmanlı
pendulum bob
sarkaç topu
pendulum governor
sarkaç regülatör
pendulum motion
sarkaç haraketi
pendulum rod
sarkaç çubuğu
pendulum anemometer
(Meteoroloji) sarkaç anemometre
pendulum anemometer
(Meteoroloji) salınımlı anemometre
pendulum bearing
askı mesnet
pendulum column
alttan ankastre kolon
pendulum damper
burulma söndürücü
pendulum feeder
(Denizbilim) isteyerek yemlenen
pendulum saw
sarkaç testere
pendulum spring
sarkaç yayı
pendulum stop
sarkaç tampon
pendulum test
sarkaç deneyi
pendulum type tiltmeter
(Çevre) pandül esaslı tiltmetre
ballistic pendulum
balistik sarkaç
compensation pendulum
dengeleme sarkacı
compound pendulum
bileşik sarkaç
conical pendulum
konik sarkaç
double pendulum
çift sarkaç
magnetic pendulum
manyetik sarkaç
simple pendulum
basit sarkaç, yalın sarkaç
torsion pendulum
torsiyon sarkacı, burulma sarkacı
having a pendulum
inverted pendulum
(Çevre) tersine sarkaç
simple pendulum
matematiksel sarkaç
simple pendulum
yalın sarkaç
simple pendulum
basit sarkaç
torsion pendulum
(Fizik) burulma sarkacı
torsion pendulum
(Fizik) torsiyon sarkacı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A body suspended from a fixed support so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity, commonly used to regulate various devices such as clocks
a weight hung on a rod, serving by its oscillation to regulate the rate of a clock
{n} the vibrating regulator of time in a clock
A device consisting of a mass attached to a fixed point which oscillates with a known period
Freestyle Riding : A double can can (one side and then the other)
{i} object that is suspended from a fixed point so it may swing freely
v To swing in an arc on the end of a rope to gain access to an anchor or rock feature to one side of your current position
The pendulum of a clock is a rod with a weight at the end which swings from side to side in order to make the clock work
an apparatus consisting of an object mounted so that it swings freely under the influence of gravity
A swinging rod and weight suspended below the clock movement It accurately determines the rate of operation of the movement
You can use the idea of a pendulum and the way it swings regularly as a way of talking about regular changes in a situation or in people's opinions. The political pendulum has swung in favour of the liberals. Body suspended from a fixed point so that it can swing back and forth under the influence of gravity. A simple pendulum consists of a bob (weight) suspended at the end of a string. The periodic motion of a pendulum is constant, but can be made longer or shorter by increasing or decreasing the length of the string. A change in the mass of the bob alone does not affect the period. Because of their constancy, pendulums were long used to regulate the movement of clocks. Other, special kinds of pendulums are used to measure the value of g, the acceleration due to gravity, and to show that the earth rotates on its axis (see Foucault pendulum)
It is used to regulate the movements of clockwork and other machinery
To swing or fall sideways on a rope Big wall climbers sometimes use pendulums intentionally to reach either distant anchors or a different crack system (e g The Big Swing on The Nose, El Capitan) More often, however, a pendulum results from a fall on a traverse where there is inadequate protection in place
A body with some sort of string (or rigid rod) with weight on other end moving freely to and fro and a fixed pivot point on the other end
A body suspended so that it can swing back and forth about an axis
A tool often used to communicate with spirits or divine See also divination
Heavy object on a string, used for dowsing or fortune telling
A body so suspended from a fixed point as to swing freely to and fro by the alternate action of gravity and momentum
pendulum clock
a clock regulated by a pendulum
pendulum clock
clock that is regulated by a pendulum
pendulum watch
(18th century) a watch with a balance wheel having a fake pendulum attached to it
Foucault pendulum
Foucault's pendulum
Foucault's pendulum
a pendulum on a long wire, free to move in any direction; the plane of its motion appears to turn (clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere) as the world turns beneath it
Schuler pendulum
Any pendulum having a period equal to that of a hypothetical pendulum whose length is equal to the Earth's radius (84.4 minutes); its arm will remain locally vertical when the pivot is moved and is therefore the basis of navigational instruments
simple pendulum
A hypothetical pendulum consisting of a weight suspended by a weightless string
A pendulum
A pendulum
Foucault pendulum
A simple pendulum suspended from a long wire and set into motion along a meridian. The plane of motion appears to turn clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and counterclockwise in the Southern Hemisphere, demonstrating the axial rotation of the earth. Large pendulum that is free to swing in any direction. As it swings back and forth, the earth rotates beneath it, so its perpendicular plane of swing rotates in relation to the earth's surface. Devised by J.-B.-L. Foucault in 1851, it provided the first laboratory demonstration that the earth spins on its axis. A Foucault pendulum always rotates clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and counterclockwise in the Southern Hemisphere (a consequence of the Coriolis force). The rate of rotation depends on the latitude, becoming slower as the pendulum is placed closer to the equator; at the equator, a Foucault pendulum does not rotate
ballistic pendulum
a physical pendulum consisting of a large mass suspended from a rod; its displacement is used to measure the velocity of a projectile
clock pendulum
a physical pendulum used to regulate a clockwork mechanism
foucault pendulum
pendulum with a long wire; can swing in any direction; the change in the swing plane demonstrates the earth's rotation
plural of pendulum
physical pendulum
pendulum consisting of an actual object allowed to rotate freely around a horizontal axis
simple pendulum
a hypothetical pendulum suspended by a weightless frictionless thread of constant length



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    /ˈpenʤələm/ /ˈpɛnʤələm/

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    [ -l&m ] (noun.) 1660. Neuter of Latin pendulus, "hanging".


    ... My honest belief here is that the pendulum may be swinging. ...

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