slime

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الإنجليزية - التركية
şlam
çamurla kaplamak
kıl
balçık

Borudan sızan yeşil balçık vardı. - There was green slime oozing out of the pipe.

Borudan yeşil balçık sızdı. - Green slime oozed out the pipe.

salgı
yavşak
salyangoz sümüğü
{f} çamurla kapla
yapışkan ve ince çamurla kaplamak veya sıvamak
{i} sümük
{i} yaltakçı
{i} sümüksü madde
{i} yağcı
yapışkanlığını temizlemek
(Tıp) Sulu kıvam gösteren yapışkan nitelikte herhangi bir madde
yapışkan ve nemli herhangi bir madde
{i} çamur
{f} çamurlamak
{i} suyun yüzeyinde duran alg/bakteri tabakası
{i} balçık [geol.]
sümük/balçık
{f} çamurla sıvamak
slime mold
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Cıvık mantar
mucilage, slime
zamk, slime
slimes
şlamlarına
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Human flesh, seen disparagingly; mere human form

th'eternall Lord in fleshly slime / Enwombed was, from wretched Adams line / To purge away the guilt of sinfull crime .

Any mucilaginous substance; or a mucus-like substance which exudes from the bodies of certain animals, such as snails or slugs
To coat with slime
To besmirch or disparage
Soft, moist earth or clay, having an adhesive quality; viscous mud; any substance of a dirty nature, that is moist, soft, and adhesive; bitumen; mud containing metallic ore, obtained in the preparatory dressing
{a} a glutinous substance, soft mud, mire
is usually indicative of the presence of an algal or bacterial film and is likely due to inadequate sanitation and/or circulation
cover or stain with slime; "The snake slimed his victim"
any thick messy substance
cover or stain with slime; "The snake slimed his victim
{i} thin slippery substance (i.e. mud, secretions, etc.)
Any mucilaginous substance; any substance of a dirty nature, that is moist, soft, and adhesive
{f} cover with slime, coat with slime
A protease-carbohydrate soupy nutrient that is the staple of the Haven diet Tastes like slime
Soft, moist earth or clay, having an adhesive quality; viscous mud
Bitumen
The viscous extracellular glycoproteins or glycolipids produced by staphylococci and Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria that allows them to adhere to smooth surfaces such as prosthetic medical devices and catheters More generally, the term often refers to an easily removed, diffuse, unorganized layer of extracellular material that surrounds a bacterial cell (See 61, 919)
Soft, moist earth or clay, having an adhesive quality; viscous mud; any mucilaginous substance; any substance of a dirty nature, that is moist, soft, and adhesive; bitumen; mud containing metallic ore, obtained in the preparatory dressing; or a mucuslike substance which exudes from the bodies of certain animals
To smear with slime
Also called binding slime or lube, this is something used to get your feet into the bindings There are special products such as Newt Juice or Loogy Lube, or things like shaving cream and soap are also used
Mud containing metallic ore, obtained in the preparatory dressing
A mucuslike substance which exudes from the bodies of certain animals
Slime is a thick, wet substance which covers a surface or comes from the bodies of animals such as snails. There was an unappealing film of slime on top of the pond. an unpleasant thick slippery substance
slime mold
Any of various primitive organisms, a naked mass or protoplasm, of the phylum Acrasiomycota
slime molds
plural form of slime mold
slime mould
Alternative spelling of slime mold
slime moulds
plural form of slime mould
slime mould
A naked mass of protoplasm having characteristics of both plants and animals; sometimes classified as protoctists, (synonym) slime mold
slime mold
Any of about 500 species of primitive organisms that contain true nuclei and resemble both protists and fungi (see fungus). Originally grouped within the kingdom Fungi, some classification systems consider slime molds to be in the kingdom Protista. They typically thrive in dark, cool, moist conditions such as on forest floors. Bacteria, yeast, molds, and fungi provide the main source of slime-mold nutrition. The complex life cycle of slime molds, exhibiting complete alternation of generations, may clarify the early evolution of both plant and animal cells. In the presence of water a tiny spore releases a mass of cytoplasm called a swarm cell, which later develops into an amoebalike creeping cell called a myxamoeba. Both swarm cells and myxamoebas can fuse in sexual union; the resulting fertilized cell, or plasmodium, grows through nuclear division and forms a spore case, which, when it dries, disintegrates and releases spores to begin the cycle again
slime mold
a naked mass of protoplasm having characteristics of both plants and animals; sometimes classified as protoctists
slime mushroom
a mushroom of the genus Amanita
sliming
The action of coating with slime, or an instance of doing this
sliming
Present participle of slime
sliming
The action of besmirching or disparaging another
cellular slime mold
differing from true slime molds in being cellular and nucleate throughout the life cycle
fischer's slime mushroom
a type of slime mushroom
slimes
A mining term referring to the size of phosphate clay particles (see Clays)
slimes
plural of slime
slimes
The fine silt fraction of the ore
slimes
Fungus or other bacteriological growth If not controlled in papermaking system, may cause process and quality problems
slimes
The fine fraction of waste material discharged from the mill after valuable minerals have been recovered or the metallic compounds left in the bath during electrolytic refining of metals
slimes
The highly pulverized ore, mixed with water to a fine, mud-like condition during milling
true slime mold
a slime mold of the class Myxomycetes
white slime mushroom
a type of slime mushroom
slime
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