scrub

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} ovmak
{f} fırça ile ovmak
kurtluca
firçalamak
fırçalayarak temizlemek
bodur çalılık
fırçalamak
iptal etmek
{f} ovalayarak yıka

Cerrah ameliyata başlamadan önce elini dirseklerine kadar iyice ovalayarak yıkadı. - The surgeon scrubbed thoroughly up to his elbows before commencing surgery.

fırçalayarak ya da ovalayarak temizlemek
ovalamak

Yeri ovalamak için çıplak ellerini kullanma. - Don't use your bare hands to scrub the floor.

fundalık
(Tıp, İlaç) Scrub oak: yermeşesi, kurtluca, (bot.) Teucritum
(Tıp, İlaç) (isim)a kıllı fırça; bodur insan veya hayvan ve bitki
(Tıp, İlaç) (spor) birinci takıma alınmayan oyuncu
(Tıp, İlaç) (isim) çalılık, fundalık, maki; bodur ağaçlı orman
çalılık
(Tıp, İlaç) Scrub team: ikinci takım; ikinci derecede oyuncuların oynatıldığı takım
(Tıp, İlaç) (fiil) ovalamak, fırçalamak, yıkamak;( (A.B.D.), (argo) iptal etmek
(Tıp, İlaç) Scrub brush: tahta fırçası
fırçalayarak ya
{i} bodur
{i} spor birinci takıma alınmayan oyuncu
temizleme
temizle/fırçala
{i} ikinci takım
{i} bodur hayvan
{f} ertelemek
{i} cüce
{i} takıma alınmayan oyuncu
{i} fırça

O bir fırçayla mutfağın zeminini fırçaladı. - She scrubbed the floor of the kitchen with a brush.

O bir fırça ile mutfak zeminini temizledi. - She scrubbed the kitchen floor with a brush.

{i} maki ormanı
fırçalama/cüce/çalılık
scrub brush tahta fırçası
{i} ovma
{i} bodur insan/hayvan/bitki
{i} fırça bıyık
{f} argo iptal etmek
temizlemek
kumul
maki
fırçalama
ovalama
yıkamak
scrub up
ovalamak
scrub bird
çalı kuşu
scrub brush
tahta fırçası
scrub fowl
çalı kuşu
scrub the slate clean
geçmişe sünger çekmek
scrub up
ovala
scrub beefwood
maki beefwood
scrub brush
ovma fırçası
scrub down
maki aşağı
scrub off
bodur kapama
scrub someone or something down
ovarak iyice yıkamak
scrub resistance
ovmaya dayanıklılık
scrub round
(deyim) kurallara vb uymamak
scrub round
(deyim) itaatsizlik yapmak
scrub round
(deyim) boyun eğmemek
scrub team
ikinci takım [spor.]
scrub typhus
(Tıp) çalılık ateşi
scrub#up
ovala
scrubbed
ovalanmış
scrubbing
temizleme
scrubbed
{f} ovala

Cerrah ameliyata başlamadan önce elini dirseklerine kadar iyice ovalayarak yıkadı. - The surgeon scrubbed thoroughly up to his elbows before commencing surgery.

scrubbing
{f} ovala
scrubbing
{i} ovalama
Scrubs
doktor önlüğü
body scrub
vücut bodur
covered with or consisting of scrub
örtülü ya da fırçalayın oluşan
face scrub
yüz arındırıcısı
scrubbed
ovalanmis
scrubbed
kotarılmış
scrubbing
{f} firçala
scrubbing
ovalayarak
scrubbing
{i} fırçalama

Tom yeri fırçalamaya başladı. - Tom started scrubbing the floor.

scrubs
(Giyim) Ameliyat giysisi. Cerrahların ve hemşirelerin ameliyatta giydiği kıyafet
scrubbing
{f} fırçala: prep.fırçalayarak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To rub hard; to wash with rubbing; usually, to rub with a wet brush, or with something coarse or rough, for the purpose of cleaning or brightening; as, to scrub a floor, a doorplate
One who is no longer new to a game but still exhibits novice tendencies

What a scrub..

A cancellation
Mean; dirty; contemptible; scrubby

No little scrub joint shall come on my board. -Swift.

An instance of scrubbing
One not on the first team of players, a substitute
To rub anything hard, especially with a wet brush; to scour
One who labors hard and lives meanly; a mean fellow

We should go there in as proper a manner possible; nor altogether like the scrubs about us.

One who is a freak or unable to complete easy tasks

You are such a scrub! Instead of washing the dishes you put the used food on your face!.

Clothing worn while performing surgery
A worn-out brush
One of the common livestock of a region of no particular breed or not of pure breed, especially when inferior in size, etc. Often used to refer to male animals unsuited for breeding
One who scrubs
Vegetation of inferior quality, though sometimes thick and impenetrable, growing in poor soil or in sand; also, brush
To be diligent and penurious; as, to scrub hard for a living
A thicket or jungle, often specified by the name of the prevailing plant; as, oak scrub, palmetto scrub, etc
To call off a scheduled event; to cancel

Engineers had to scrub the satellite launch due to bad weather.

To move backward and forward through an audio waveform under manual control, in order to find a precise point in the wave for editing purposes
The action or function of shuttling (moving the sound track) usually of digital audio, either forward or backward when a control is moved off a center point either left or right
{v} to rub hard, to ease or clean by rubbing
{n} a mean fellow, a broom worn out
Habitat with poor or dry soil, covered with bushes and small trees
All lands with poor tree growth mainly of small or stunted trees having canopy density less than 10 percent
low, woody vegetation composed principally of shrubs
wash thoroughly; "surgeons must scrub prior to an operation"
If you scrub dirt or stains off something, you remove them by rubbing hard. I started to scrub off the dirt Matthew scrubbed the coal dust from his face
{i} thicket, dense growth of small trees; instance of rubbing or scraping; insignificant person; small tree or bush; cancellation or postponement
when inferior in size, etc
See Brush, above
To fast forward or rewind audio (or video) whilst listening to the audio
1 ) A Player that performs extraordinarily poor in a tournament 2 ) A Player that is considered extremely undesirable to play 3 ) A very inexperienced Player that is easy for normal and expert Players to beat "I don't know if I want to play Michael, he's such a scrub " OR "With all those scrubs at the tournament, getting into the finals was easy "
the act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush and soap and water
To cancel a mission
A low, straggling tree of inferior quality
If you scrub something, you rub it hard in order to clean it, using a stiff brush and water. Surgeons began to scrub their hands and arms with soap and water before operating The corridors are scrubbed clean. Scrub is also a noun. The walls needed a good scrub
One who is no longer new to a game but still exhibits novice tendencies. "What a scrub
clean with hard rubbing; "She scrubbed his back"
To rub anything hard, especially with a wet brush; to scour; hence, to be diligent and penurious; as, to scrub hard for a living
One of the common livestock of a region of no particular breed or not of pure breed, esp. when inferior in size, etc. Often used to refer to male animals unsuited for breeding
the act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush and soap and water dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes wash thoroughly; "surgeons must scrub prior to an operation"
dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes
To cancel a scheduled firing, either before or during countdown
{s} undersized, smaller than usual, dwarf; insignificant, inferior; covered with small trees or bushes
Scrub consists of low trees and bushes, especially in an area that has very little rain. an area of scrub and woodland
When a tire does not rotate in the same direction or with the same speed as the kart moves, it scrubbs over the road surface When the kart is understeering the front wheels are 'scrubbing off speed' Since the rear axle in a kart does not have a differential, the inside rear tire will scrub as well See also frame
Vegetation of inferior quality, though sometimes thick and impenetrable, growing in poor soil or in sand; also, brush. See brush, above
A fire adapted ecosystem characterised by the presence of sand pines,slash pine,scrub oaks, and varieties of hickory,holly, and bay; a well drained, desert-like habitat
A general term used to describe a community of tree and shrub species which colonise open ground, particularly grassland
Communities dominated by pinewoods with a thick understory of oaks and saw palmetto Scrubs occupy well-drained, nutrient-poor, sandy soils
Vegetation dominated by shrubs and/or low trees It has been regarded as a HABITAT type intermediate between grassland and woodland although it is more often today seen as a habitat in its own right with its own particular conservation value
One of the common live stock of a region of no particular breed or not of pure breed, esp
To cancel a scheduled rocket firing
Scrub land is covered with a mixture of shrub and ground flora It may contain mature trees but must be predominantly saplings, shrubs and non woody plants It provides a habitat for open space loving species, particularly invertebrates It may be present as a result of woodland clearance in which case it will be temporary, reverting back to woodland as neighbouring trees regenerate and grow However, some permanent scrub land exists where the site is inhospitable to trees due to pollution, heavy grazing, aggressive vegetation or climatic/soil factors
{f} rub, scrape, abrade; wash or clean by rubbing; cancel or postpone; remove impurities from a gas (Chemistry); examine data and remove unnecessary or extraneous items (Computers)
(of domestic animals) not selectively bred
Something small and mean
A useful function found on many tape, disc, and hard disk based recorders, scrubbing is manually moving through an audio waveform Because audio can be scrubbed backwards or forwards at rates much slower than real time playback, scrubbing allows for precise location of edit points
scrub bird
An Australian passerine bird of the family Atrichornithidae, as Atrichia clamosa
scrub birds
plural form of scrub bird
scrub oak
the popular name of several dwarfish species of oak in the United States
scrub oaks
plural form of scrub oak
scrub robin
any of several African birds of the genus Cercotrichas
scrub robin
an Australian singing bird of the genus Drymodes
scrub robins
plural form of scrub robin
scrub up
to dress up

He scrubs up well.

scrub up
to clean or wash by scrubbing
scrub wallabies
plural form of scrub wallaby
scrub wallaby
The black-striped wallaby
scrub round
Waive; avoid, ignore
scrub beefwood
tree or tall shrub with shiny leaves and umbels of fragrant creamy-white flowers; yields hard heavy reddish wood
scrub brush
a brush with short stiff bristles for heavy cleaning
scrub brush
{i} brush with short hard bristles used for scrubbing and for heavy cleaning, scrubbing brush
scrub jay
A blue and gray jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens) with a long slender body and no crest, found in dense brush or scrub especially in the Florida peninsula
scrub nurse
A specially trained nurse who directly assists a surgeon during an operation
scrub nurse
a nurse who helps a surgeon prepare for surgery
scrub oak
any of various chiefly American small shrubby oaks often a dominant form on thin dry soils sometimes forming dense thickets
scrub oak
Either of two thicket-forming shrubs or small trees, the deciduous Quercus ilcifolia of the eastern United States or the evergreen Q. dumosa of western regions
scrub pine
common small shrubby pine of the eastern United States having straggling often twisted or branches and short needles in bunches of 2
scrub plane
a narrow woodworking plane used to cut away excess stock
scrub suit
A two-piece garment of lightweight cotton, worn by hospital staff especially when participating in surgery
scrub the floor
rub the floor for cleaning purposes
scrub typhus
An acute infectious disease common in Asia that is caused by the rickettsia Rickettsia tsutsugamushi transmitted by mites and that is characterized by sudden fever, painful swelling of the lymphatic glands, skin lesions, and skin rash. Also called Japanese river fever, tsutsugamushi disease
scrub up
wash thoroughly; "surgeons must scrub prior to an operation"
scrubbed
Simple past tense and past participle of scrub
scrubbed
with hands washed according to operating room protocol and wearing sterile gown and sterile gloves
scrubbing
An act of cleaning in which something is scrubbed
scrubs
Any medical uniform consisting of a short-sleeve shirt and pants
scrubs
plural form of scrub
Scrubs
an informal name for Wormwood Scrubs prison
facial scrub
a thick substance which you use to clean the skin on your face thoroughly
give it a good scrub
clean it well
scrubbed
made clean by scrubbing; "fresh-scrubbed floors"; "boys with scrubbed necks and faces
scrubbed
made clean by scrubbing; "fresh-scrubbed floors"; "boys with scrubbed necks and faces"
scrubbed
Dwarfed or stunted; scrubby
scrubbed
{s} washed or cleaned by rubbing; scraped, rubbed, abraded
scrubbed
past of scrub
scrubbing
Washing a floor by wetting it with detergent solution, then using a moderately abrasive nonwoven pad or appropriate brush, either by hand or attached to a low-speed floor machine, to vigorously agitate the wet surface This procedure is used when a floor is heavily soiled, and less-aggressive cleaning methods have been unsuccessful Always rinse thoroughly after scrubbing
scrubbing
Ability to move forward/reverse in the audio while listening to the audio Similar to cueing during wind/rewind on analogue recorders
scrubbing
{i} act of rubbing or scraping; act of washing or cleaning by rubbing
scrubbing
present participle of scrub
scrubbing
Washing a floor by wetting it with detergent solution, then using a moderately abrasive non-woven pad or appropriate brush, either by hand or attached to a low-speed floor machine, to vigorously agitate the wet surface This procedure is used when a floor is heavily soiled, and less-aggressive cleaning methods have been unsuccessful Always rinse thoroughly after scrubbing
scrubbing
the act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush and soap and water
scrubbing
To enter information by gestural input Click and drag the mouse pointer in a circular motion over a text box that supports numeric values To increase the value, "scrub" in a clockwise direction; to decrease the value, scrub in a counterclockwise direction
scrubbing
Scrubbing [Tape scrubbing]
scrubbing
Purification of a gas by washing it in a tower or agitator
scrubbing
Breaking in new tires by running them for a couple of laps to heat them and harden them for the race Also called "scuffing "
scrubbing
Purification of a gas by washing it with a liquid in a tower
scrubbing
A process of taking the address and zip on each notification, standardizing the address (i e change p O to PO) and adding the +4 to the zip, and trying to match it to one of the addresses in the scrub table (also called lookup table) so that it can be sent electronically
scrubbing
The automated correction of data anomalies during data warehouse processing See cleansing
scrubbing
A separation operation in which a soluble component of a gas mixture is dissolved in a liquid
scrubbing
Manual activity to check information accuracy prior to conversion
scrubbing
The searchcoil is pressed and held in contact with the ground while searching to maintain even audio thresh- old With newer detectors, this technique is used to gain depth
scrubbing
  The searchcoil is pressed and held in contact with the ground while searching to maintain even audio threshold With newer detectors, this technique is often used to gain depth (especially on grass, leaves or pine straw)
scrubs
A protective plastic gown worn by a surgeon when performing surgery
scrubs
protective garment worn by surgeons during operations
scrubs
Today, any medical uniform consisting of a short-sleeve shirt and pants is known as "scrubs". Nearly all patient care personnel wear some form of scrubs while on duty, as do some staffers in doctors offices. These types of scrubs can come in any color or pattern; scrubs featuring cartoon characters and cheerful prints are common in pediatricians offices and childrens hospitals, while prints for various holidays can be seen throughout the year. Scrubs may also include a waist-length long-sleeved jacket with no lapels and stockinette cuffs, known as a "warm-up jacket". Some hospitals use scrub color as a way of quickly identifying a staff members department, e.g. light blue for Surgery, pink or lavender for Labor and Delivery, dark green or dark blue for Emergency, and so forth
scrubs
plural of scrub
scrub
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