spark

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kıvılcım saçmak
kıvılcım

Elektrik prizinden uçuşan kıvılcımlar var. - There are sparks flying out of the electric socket.

Ölümle sonuçlanan bıçaklama olayının kıvılcımı, kontrolden çıkan tartışmadan çıkmıştı. - The fatal stabbing was sparked by an argument that got out of control.

(fiil) kıvılcım saçmak, ateşlemek, teşvik etmek, harekete geçirmek, uyandırmak (ilgi vb.), kur yapmak
gösterişli
kıvılcım hasıl etme
civelek
havalı
ilgi uyandırmak
elmas

Onun gözleri elmas gibi parladı. - Her eyes sparkled like diamonds.

Mary'nin gözleri elmas gibi parladı. - Mary's eyes sparkled like diamonds.

çıngı
zerre
nebze
iz
{f} kıvılcım saç
eser
işaret
kışkırtmak
{f} kur yapmak
{i} hovarda
spark coil elek
{f} (birini) (bir şeye)
spark arrester kıvılcım kafesi
{i} gemi telsizcisi
{f} off -e neden olmak, -e yol açmak: What sparked it off? Ona yol açan neydi?
{f} uyandırmak (ilgi vb.)
endüksi
{i} züppe
elektrik kıvılcımlarını önleyen cihaz
elektrik kıvılcımı
{i} elektrikçi
{f} ateşlemek
{i} ateşleme
şerare
uçkun
harekete geçirmek
belirti
spark plug
buji (otomobil)
spark advance
(Otomotiv) ateşleme avansı
spark gap
ark aralığı
spark off
yol açmak
spark arrester
kıvılcım tutucu
spark coil
kıvılcım bobini
spark coil
endüksiyon bobini
spark generating
kıvılcım üreten
spark off
neden olmak
spark plug
buji

Bu sadece bujilerle ilgili bir sorun olabilir. - It could just be a problem with the spark plugs.

Neden bujileri değiştirmedin? - Why didn't you replace the spark plugs?

spark plug barrel
buji gövdesi
spark plug cable
buji kablosu
spark plug cleaner
buji temizleyici
spark timing
ateşleme ayarı
spark erosion
erozyon kıvılcım
spark of
pırıltı
spark out
dışarı kıvılcım
spark plug
Buji: Bezinli motorlarda bir kıvılcım üreterek ateşlemeyi başlatan parça
spark plug air gap
buji tırnak açıklığı
spark plug gap
buji tırnak aralığı
spark plug insulator
buji izolatörü, buji yalıtkanı
spark plug suppressor
buji parazit giderici
spark spectrum
kıvılcım spektrumu, kıvılcım izgesi
spark test
test kıvılcım
spark-proof
Elektrik geçirmez, elektriğe karşı yalıtımlı

Floors made of oxychloride cement are sparkproof and are more resilient than floors of concrete.

spark angle word
kıvılcım açısı işareti
spark arrester
kıvılcım durdurucu
spark arrester
{i} kıvılcım kafesi
spark arrester
{i} kıvılcım kesici
spark arrestor
(Otomotiv) kıvılcım önleyici
spark coil
kivilcim bobini
spark condenser
ateşleme kondensatörü
spark dedector
(Nükleer Bilimler) kıvılcım algılayıcı
spark delay valve
(Otomotiv,Teknik) kıvılcım geciktirme valfi
spark delay valve
(Otomotiv) ateşleme geciktirme valfi
spark detector
(Nükleer Bilimler) kıvılcım dedektörü
spark discharge
spark deşarjı
spark erosion
kıvılcım ile aşındırma
spark gap
buji tırnak aralığı
spark gap
kıvılcım aralığı
spark generator
kıvılcım jeneratörü
spark ignited engine
buji ateşlemeli motor
spark igniter
kıvılcım üreten
spark ignition engines
karbüratörlü makine
spark interval
(Otomotiv) ateşleme aralığı
spark knock
(Otomotiv) kıvılcım vuruntusu
spark lag
kıvılcım gecikmesi
spark of
kıvılcım

Küçük bir kıvılcım sık sık büyük bir alevi ateşler. - A small spark often ignites a big flame.

spark of
belirti
spark output signal
(Otomotiv) buji çıkış sinyali
spark plug bore
(Otomotiv) buji yuvası
spark plug bushing
buji burcu
spark plug cable
(Askeri) buji ateşleme kablosu
spark plug cap
(Otomotiv) buji kablosu başlığı
spark plug cleaner and tester
(Otomotiv) buji temizleme ve test cihazı
spark plug connection
buji bağlantısı
spark plug connector
(Otomotiv) buji konektörü
spark plug connector
(Otomotiv) buji kablo bağlantı fişi
spark plug gasket
(Otomotiv) buji contası
spark plug gauge
buji mastarı
spark plug ground electrode
(Otomotiv) buji tırnağı
spark plug ground electrode
(Otomotiv) buji elektrotu
spark plug ignition
buji ile ateşleme
spark plug insulator
(Otomotiv) buji izolatörü
spark plug kit
buji kiti
spark plug pipe
(Otomotiv) buji kablosu bağlantı yeri
spark plug protection
buji koruması
spark plug seal
(Otomotiv) buji kablosu contası
spark plug socket
(Otomotiv) buji lokması
spark plug spanner
buji anahtarı
spark plug voltage
(Otomotiv) buji voltajı
spark plug wrench
buji anahtarı
spark plug
(İnşaat) kıvılcım tapası
sparking
kıvılcım
sparks
kıvılcım

Kıvılcımlar her yerde uçuyordu. - Sparks were flying everywhere.

Elektrik prizinden uçuşan kıvılcımlar var. - There are sparks flying out of the electric socket.

twin spark
silindir başına 2 adet buji
cold spark plug
soğuk buji
electric spark
elektrik kıvılcımı
electric spark
çıngı kıvılcımı
high tension spark plug
yüksek gerilim bujisi
ignition spark
ateşleme kıvılcımı
late spark
gecikmeli ateşleme
magnetic spark plug
manyetik buji
mica spark plug
mika buji
sparks
telsizci
sparks
çıngıcı
check the spark plugs, please
bujileri lütfen kontrol edin
(one's eye) to spark
gözleri parlamak
bright spark
sivri akıllı
bright spark
(deyim) keskin zekalı,canlı biri;akıllı,parlak çocuk
check the spark plugs, please
bujileri kontrol edin lütfen
electric spark
elektrik veya kıvılcımı
i need new spark plugs
yeni bujilere ihtiyacım var
ignition spark
(Otomotiv) buji kıvılcımı
measuring spark gap
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ölçen tırnak aralığı
measuring spark gap
olcen tirnak araligi
quenched spark
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) sönümlü kıvılcım
quenched spark system
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) sönümlü kıvılcım sistemi
resistor spark plug
(Otomotiv) dirençli buji
screened spark plug
(Otomotiv) blendajlı buji
sparks
gemi telsizcisi
sparks
vapurda radyo teknisyeni
sparks
elektrikçi
tapered seating spark plug
(Otomotiv) konik yuvalı buji
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To woo, court
A short or small burst of electrical discharge
A small particle of glowing matter, either molten or on fire
A gallant, a foppish young man
A beau, lover
A small amount of something, such as an idea, that has the potential to become something greater, just as a spark can start a fire
To give off a spark or sparks
(in plural sparks but treated as a singular) A ship's radio operator
To trigger, kindle into activity (an argument, etc)
{n} a particle of fire or light, gay lad, lover
An electrostatic discharge between two objects, distinguished by a brief audible and visible glow See "Zap"
emit or produce sparks; "A high tension wire, brought down by a storm, can continue to spark
{i} fiery particle thrown out by a burning substance; bright flash; sudden discharge of electricity; flicker, gleam; small but important amount; vain young man who is overly concerned with his appearance; lover, beau
The sudden transfer of electrical or electrostatic energy through the air from an object with a higher voltage (potential) to an object at a lower voltage Usually, several thousand volts are necessary to overcome even a small air gap for a spark to occur The goal of an ESD control program is to eliminate the chances for sparks or any other type of electrostatic discharge See Failure Mechanism
electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
A lover; a gallant; a beau
a momentary flash of light
The life force of a Transformer Sparks reside within the Matrix
That which, like a spark, may be kindled into a flame, or into action; a feeble germ; an elementary principle
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
To sparkle
a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918) a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger; "a spark of interest"; "a spark of decency"
To produce, or give off, sparks, as a dynamo at the commutator when revolving under the collecting brushes
A spark is a flash of light caused by electricity. It often makes a loud sound. He passed an electric spark through a mixture of gases
a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction
brightness and animation of countenance; "he had a sparkle in his eye"
A ships radio operator
emit or produce sparks; "A high tension wire, brought down by a storm, can continue to spark"
{f} produce sparks, emit sparks; flash, sparkle; excite, stimulate, activate, incite (Informal)
A brisk, showy, gay man
If a burning object or electricity sparks a fire, it causes a fire. A dropped cigarette may have sparked the fire. = start
If one thing sparks another, the first thing causes the second thing to start happening. What was it that sparked your interest in motoring? a row sparked by a comment about his sister. = cause Spark off means the same as spark. That incident sparked it off His book, Animal Liberation, sparked off a revolution in the way we think about animals. see also bright spark
To play the spark, beau, or lover
- a tiny, light-emitting particle ejected from a burning composition
A spark of a quality or feeling, especially a desirable one, is a small but noticeable amount of it. His music lacked that vital spark of imagination
a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger; "a spark of interest"; "a spark of decency"
A spark is a tiny bright piece of burning material that flies up from something that is burning. The fire gradually got bigger and bigger. Sparks flew off in all directions
A small particle of fire or ignited substance which is emitted by a body in combustion
If something sparks, sparks of fire or light come from it. The wires were sparking above me I stared into the flames of the fire as it sparked to life
If sparks fly between people, they discuss something in an excited or angry way. They are not afraid to tackle the issues or let the sparks fly when necessary. Scottish writer known for her satirical novels, including Memento Mori (1958) and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961)
A small, shining body, or transient light; a sparkle
An electrical discharge of very short duration between two conductors
spark gap
A gap, between two electrical terminals, across which sparks are generated
spark gap
Such a gap as a component of an engine's ignition system, especially that between the electrodes of a spark plug
spark gaps
plural form of spark gap
spark knock
The sound produced, in an internal combustion engine, by the ignition of the fuel-air mixture before the piston reaches top dead centre
spark knocks
plural form of spark knock
spark off
To initiate something by providing the necessary conditions
spark plug
The part of an internal combustion engine which forms a high-voltage electric spark which ignites the fuel-air mixture to begin the power stroke
spark plugs
plural form of spark plug
spark spread
The difference between the cost of the fuel required to produce a unit of electricity, and the price of that same unit of electricity
spark testing
A method of determining the general classification of ferrous materials that normally requires taking a piece of metal, usually scrap, to a grinding wheel and observing the sparks emitted
spark gap
(Elektrik, Elektronik) A space between electrical terminals across which a transient discharge passes
spark out
(adjective) completely unconscious
spark out
(verb) pass out, become unconcsious
spark-ignition
The term spark-ignition is normally used to refer to internal combustion engines where the fuel-air mixture is ignited with a spark
spark advance
the timing of ignition relative to the position of the piston in an internal-combustion engine
spark advance
(Otomotiv) To adjust the ignition timing so that the spark plugs will fire sooner than they have been firing
spark arrester
a wire net to stop sparks from an open fireplace or smokestack electrical device to reduce sparking when electrical contacts are opened or closed
spark arrester
{i} wire net or other material used to stop or capture sparks thrown from an open fireplace or a chimney; device used to diminish electric sparking at contacts where a circuit is opened and closed (Electricity)
spark bitter controversy
provoke a major dispute
spark chamber
measuring instrument that detects ionizing radiation from elementary particles
spark chamber
A device consisting of electrically charged parallel metal plates in a chamber filled with inert gas, used to detect and measure a charged subatomic particle as it passes through the chamber, leaving a trail of sparks
spark coil
coil of wire around iron that is used to create sparks
spark coil
an induction coil used to create sparks
spark coil
An induction coil, esp
spark coil
A self- induction coil used to increase the spark in an electric gas-lighting apparatus
spark coil
An induction coil used to produce a spark, as in an internal-combustion engine
spark coil
of an internal-combustion engine, wireless telegraph apparatus, etc
spark gap
The space filled with air or other dielectric between high potential terminals (as of an electrostatic machine, induction coil, or condenser), through which the discharge passes; the air gap of a jump spark
spark gap
the gap between two high-potential terminals a component of an ignition system; consists of two shaped electrodes and the space between them
spark gap
space between two conducting electrodes across which an electrical or spark discharge can occur
spark gap
A gap in an otherwise complete electric circuit across which a discharge occurs at a prescribed voltage
spark lever
(on early automobiles) a lever mounted on the steering column and used to adjust the timing of the ignition
spark off
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
spark off
see spark 6
spark plug
the part in an engine that gives the electrical spark to fire the air-fuel mix in the cylinder
spark plug
A little device sitting in the middle of the cylinder head, which generates an electric spark when the piston has reached the top point, and the air - fuel mixture is compressed The spark will ignite the air - fuel mixture which will rapidly burn off This in turn will drive the piston down again Spark plugs are relatively cheap and should be checked often and replaced if necessary, typically every 4 to 5 races A special spark plug tool is used to remove the plug The temperature sensor is located around the base of the plug The sensor to measure the RPM is attached to the spark plug cable The spark plug cable is attached to the plug via the sending unit The size of the gap at the bottom of the plug varies depending on the kind of spark plug and should be the gap specified by the engine manufacturer
spark plug
device in an internal combustion engine which creates a spark for igniting gases
spark plug
A device inserted into the combustion chamber of an engine that provides the gap across which the high tension voltage jumps, creating a spark that ignites the compressed fuel-air mixture
spark plug
(Otomotiv) A device that delivers the electrical spark to the combustion chamber. This ignites the fuel/air mixture and produces the power that drives the engine
spark plug
Devices that emit an electrical arc at the tip to ignite the air-fuel mixture in an engine cylinder
spark plug
A spark plug is a device in the engine of a motor vehicle, which produces electric sparks to make the petrol burn. a part in a car engine that produces an electric spark to make the petrol mixture start burning. Device that fits into the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine and carries two electrodes separated by an air gap, across which current from a high-tension ignition system discharges, creating a spark and igniting the fuel. The electrodes and the insulator separating them must withstand high temperatures, as well as an electric stress of up to several thousand volts. Spark-gap length affects the energy of the spark, and the shape of the insulator affects the temperature of operation
spark plug
A component in the ignition system that ignites the fuel inside the combustion chamber The spark plug is nothing more than a pair of electrodes with a gap in between When high voltage from the ignition system reaches the gap, an electrical arc jumps across it and ignites the fuel The distance across this gap is critical because if it's too wide, there may not be enough voltage to push the spark across The center electrode gradually wears away as the spark plug accumulates miles, and deposits build up around the insulated tip that can short circuit the firing voltage That's why spark plugs require periodic replacement With unleaded fuel, average plug life should be around 30,000 miles
spark plug
A device that delivers the electrical spark to the combustion chamber This ignites the fuel/air mixture and produces the power that drives the engine
spark plug
electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine and ignites the gas by means of an electric spark
spark plug
A small device that produces an electrical spark to ignite the fuel/air mixture in the cylinder
spark plug
In internal-combustion engines with electric ignition, a plug, screwed into the cylinder head, having through it an insulated wire which is connected with the induction coil or magneto circuit on the outside, and forms, with another terminal on the base of the plug, a spark gap inside the cylinder
spark plug gap
(Otomotiv) The space between the center and side spark plug electrodes, across which the spark must jump to ignite the fuel/air mixture in the combustion chamber. Adjusting this gap is a major part of the basic tune-up, because the width of the gap affects the intensity of the spark
spark plug socket
(Otomotiv) A metal cylinder with a rubber lining that fits over the exposed end of the spark plug to make it easy to remove the plug without damaging its porcelain surface. Can be purchased separately or as part of a socket wrench set
spark transmitter
A source of alternating current, especially a now obsolete radio transmitter, that derives its output from the oscillating discharge of a capacitor to an inductor and across a spark gap. Also called spark generator
spark transmitter
an early radio transmitter using a discharge across a spark gap as the source of its power
bright spark
A person who is intelligent, clever or quick-witted

John's youngest is doing well at school. He's a bit of a bright spark, isn't he?.

bright spark
Sarcastically, a person who lacks intelligence, or who has displayed ignorance, foolishness or poor judgment
sparked
Simple past tense and past participle of spark
sparked
That has had sparks (of electricity) passed through it
Muriel Sarah Spark
orig. Muriel Sarah Camberg born Feb. 1, 1918, Edinburgh, Scot. British writer. She spent several years in Central Africa, returning to Britain during World War II. Until 1957 she published only poetry and criticism, including studies of Mary Shelley and the Brontë sisters. Her fiction uses satire and wit to present serious themes, often questions about good and evil. Memento Mori (1959) is her most widely praised novel; the best-known is The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961; film, 1969). Her later novels, often more sinister in tone, include The Abbess of Crewe (1974), A Far Cry from Kensington (1988), and Reality and Dreams (1997)
Muriel Spark
orig. Muriel Sarah Camberg born Feb. 1, 1918, Edinburgh, Scot. British writer. She spent several years in Central Africa, returning to Britain during World War II. Until 1957 she published only poetry and criticism, including studies of Mary Shelley and the Brontë sisters. Her fiction uses satire and wit to present serious themes, often questions about good and evil. Memento Mori (1959) is her most widely praised novel; the best-known is The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961; film, 1969). Her later novels, often more sinister in tone, include The Abbess of Crewe (1974), A Far Cry from Kensington (1988), and Reality and Dreams (1997)
Sparks
A city of western Nevada east of Reno. It is a tourist center with varied light industries. Population: 53,367
bright spark
If you say that some bright spark had a particular idea or did something, you mean that their idea or action was clever, or that it seemed clever but was silly in some way. `Why not give out one of the cybercafe's e-mail addresses?' suggested one bright spark Some bright spark turned the heating off last night!
jump spark
A spark produced by the jumping of electricity across a permanent gap
platinum tipped-spark plugs
(Otomotiv) Most General Motors vehicles built since 1995 are equipped with platinum-tipped spark plugs. Under normal operating condition, platinum-tipped spark plugs are designed to function up to 166,000 km. They are designed to operated with a wider gap. The electrode is platinum-tipped and the body is stainless steel
sparked
past of spark
sparking
present participle of spark
sparks
plural of spark
sparks
third-person singular of spark
vital spark
spark of life
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف spark في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

spark deşarjı
spark discharge
spark

    التركية النطق

    spärk

    المتضادة

    cease, halt, stop

    النطق

    /ˈspärk/ /ˈspɑːrk/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'spärk ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English sparke, sperke, from Old English spearca, from Proto-Germanic *sparkōn (cf. Dutch sprank, Middle Low German sparke), from Proto-Indo-European *sp(h)er(e)g- 'to strew, sprinkle' (compare Breton erc'h ‘snow’, Latin spargere ‘to scatter, spread’, sparsus ‘scattered’, Lithuanian sprógti ‘to germinate’, Ancient Greek spargân ‘to swell’, Avestan frasparega ‘branch, twig’, Sanskrit Parjanva ‘rain, rain god’).

    الازمنة

    sparks, sparking, sparked

    رصف المشتركة

    spark off, spark plug

    فيديوهات

    ... with all of you about, how can we continue to spark the ...
    ... so it turns into a spark app generator and blows all the RF in my region, again, I have ...

    كلمة اليوم

    gastronome
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