surging

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الإنجليزية - التركية
çalkantılı
dalgalı
dalgalanma
{s} inişli çıkışlı
{s} dalgalanan
kabarma
{s} kabaran
surging speed
ambale
surging speed
azami devirde
surging breaker
(Askeri) kabararak kırılan
surging breaker
yığılan dalga
surging breaker
(Askeri) kabararak kırılan dalga
surging breaker
(Çevre) dalga engeli
surging breaker
yükselen dalga
surge
{i} artma
surge
dalgalanma
surge
elektrik akım veya gücünün süratle artma
surge
akın akın gitmek
surge
aniden yükselmek
surge
çalkalanma
surge
kesinti,v.art: n.artma
surge
elek
surge
kaynamak
surge
dalgalar halinde yayılma
surge
kaynaşma
surge
artmak
surge
akın halinde gitme
surge
aniden yükselme
surge
hürya etmek
surge
kabarmak (deniz)
surge
dalgalar halinde yayılmak
surge
gerilim darbesi
surge
büyük dalga
surge
yükselmek
surge
{f} art

Gıda fiyatları arttı. - Food prices have surged.

Büyük Buhran, suçta büyük bir artışa neden oldu. - The Great Depression triggered a great surge in crime.

surge
dalgalanmak
surge
kesinti
SURG
(Askeri) cerrah, operatör (surgeon)
harbor surging
(Askeri) liman içi kabarması
surge
inip çıkma
surge
çok baş kıç vurmak akın etmek
surge
{f} dalga dalga ilerlemek
surge
{f} up (dalga) şiddetle yükselmek
surge
{i} taşma
surge
{i} kabarma
surge
birden kayıvermek
surge
büyük dalga gibi sürükleme
surge
{i} dev dalga
surge
{f} kabarmak
surge
{f} elektrik cereyanı, fiyatlar
surge
{f} (deniz) kabarmak, kaynamak
surge
{f} against (dalga) yükselip -e çarpmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Present participle of surge
The action or an instance of a surge
A pronounced fluctuation in output over a short period of time without deliberate change in operating conditions
characterized by great swelling waves or surges; "billowy storm clouds"; "the restless billowing sea"; "surging waves"
{s} billowy, wavy, rippling, swirling
Condition in which engine power fluctuates up and down
An instability of melt pressure and flow rate in an extruder, which can be detected by a pressure gage at the tip of the screw (or at the die adapter), or by dimensional product variations
surge
The maximum amplitude of a vehicles' forward/backward oscillation
surge
The swell or heave of the sea. (FM 55-501)
surge
To accelerate forwards, particularly suddenly

A ship surges forwards, sways sideways and heaves up.

surge
A sudden rush, flood or increase which is transient

He felt a surge of excitement.

surge
To slack off a line
surge
To rush, flood, or increase suddenly

Toaster sales surged last year.

surge
{n} a swelling sea, a wave
surge
{v} to rise high
surge
A large, destructive ocean wave caused by very low atmospheric pressure and strong winds Hurricanes often cause a surge of the ocean surface
surge
A jet of material from active regions that reaches coronal heights and then either fades or returns into the chromosphere along the trajectory of ascent
surge
a sudden or abrupt strong increase; "stimulated a surge of speculation"; "an upsurge of emotion"; "an upsurge in violent crime" see one's performance improve; "He levelled the score and then surged ahead
surge
The motion of, or produced by, a great wave
surge
rise rapidly; "the dollar soared against the yes"
surge
If a crowd of people surge forward, they suddenly move forward together. The photographers and cameramen surged forward. the crowd surging out from the church
surge
A rapid rise in current or voltage, usually followed by a fall back to a normal level Also known as transient
surge
A jet of material from an active region that reaches coronal heights and then either fades or returns into the chromosphere along the trajectory of ascent Surges typically last 10 to 20 minutes and tend to recur at a rate of approximately 1 per hour Surges are linear and collimated in form, as if highly directed by magnetic fields Compare spray
surge
Is the reversal of flow within a dynamic compressor that takes place when the capacity being handled is reduced to a point where insufficient pressure is being generated to maintain flow Also known as pumping (030)
surge
(1) Long-interval variations in velocity and pressure in fluid flow, not necessarily periodic, perhaps even transient in nature (2) The name applied to WAVE motion with a period intermediate between that of an ordinary wind WAVE and that of the TIDE (3) Changes in WATER LEVEL as a result of meteorological forcing (wind, high or low barometric pressure) causing a difference between the recorded WATER LEVEL and that predicted using harmonic analysis, may be positive or negative
surge
To slip along a windlass
surge
A brief fluctuation in power, potentially harmful to electric and electronic equipment Surge GuardTM equipment offers some protection against the harmful effects of surges BACK TO TOP
surge
a sudden or abrupt strong increase; "stimulated a surge of speculation"; "an upsurge of emotion"; "an upsurge in violent crime"
surge
A brief transient wave of voltage, current or power in an electrical circuit, lasting for less than 1% of the power wave cycle duration
surge
a large sea wave
surge
A surge is a prolonged over-voltage condition Surges can damage electronics and corrupt or destroy data
surge
a transient rise of pressure or flow
surge
rise and move, as in waves or billows; "The army surged forward"
surge
A rapid rise in current or voltage, usually followed by a fall back to a normal level Also referred to as transient
surge
A temporary large increase in the voltage or current in an electric circuit or cable
surge
A temporary, large increase in the voltage or current in an electric circuit or cable
surge
A short-term positive change in amplitude of a voltage
surge
a rapid rise in current or voltage, usually followed by a fall back to a normal level
surge
If a physical force such as water or electricity surges through something, it moves through it suddenly and powerfully. Thousands of volts surged through his car after he careered into a lamp post, ripping out live wires
surge
{i} large wave, billow; eruption, spurt; strong forward movement like that of a wave; short sudden jump in electrical voltage which is likely to damage electronic components (Electricity)
surge
The tapered part of a windlass barrel or a capstan, upon which the cable surges, or slips
surge
a sudden forceful flow
surge
A change in water level caused by the weather, that travels with about the same speed as the tide Small surges are caused by local weather (high barometric pressure and offshore winds lowering sea level), but large surges are caused by weather patterns some distance away Because the surge interacts with the tidal wave, times of high and low water may also be affected
surge
To swell; to rise hifg and roll
surge
a strong forward movement, as in: When the doors opened there was a surge in the crowd
surge
A sudden electrical spike or increase of voltage and current
surge
A spring; a fountain
surge
A large wave or billow; a great, rolling swell of water, produced generally by a high wind
surge
{f} rise and fall in or like waves; swell, heave, rise; increase suddenly (Electricity)
surge
The increase in sea water height from the level that would normally occur were there no storm Although the most dramatic surges are associated with hurricanes, even smaller low pressure systems can cause a slight increase in the sea level if the wind and fetch is just right It is estimated by subtracting the normal astronomic tide from the observed storm tide
surge
If the mass flow through the compressor is reduced beyond a certain point, the directions of the velocities relative to the blading are so different from the blade angles that the flow breaks down completely The compressor is then said to surge
surge
A surge is a sudden powerful movement of a physical force such as wind or water. The whole car shuddered with an almost frightening surge of power
surge
rise or heave upward under the influence of a natural force such as a wave; "the boats surged"
surge
To flow more rapidly than usually Said of a glacier
surge
Transient current or voltage associated with lightning or switching
surge
Changes in water level as a result of meteorological forcing (wind, high or low barometric pressure) causing a difference between the recorded water level and that predicted using harmonic analysis, may be positive or negative
surge
A temporary high-current power line demand often developed during system turn on The system's line power source must be capable of supplying this temporary current without tripping a circuit breaker For audio equipment the surge current demand will not likely be sufficient to trip a circuit breaker except with very large equipment installations
surge
see one's performance improve; "He levelled the score and then surged ahead
surge
A surge is a sudden large increase in something that has previously been steady, or has only increased or developed slowly. Specialists see various reasons for the recent surge in inflation The anniversary is bound to bring a new surge of interest in Dylan's work
surge
rise or move foward; "surging waves"
surge
A temporary and relatively large increase in the voltage or current in an electric circuit or cable Also called transient
surge
The swell or heave of the sea
surge
If something surges, it increases suddenly and greatly, after being steady or developing only slowly. The Freedom Party's electoral support surged from just under 10 per cent to nearly 17 per cent Surging imports will add to the demand for hard currency
surge
To let go or slacken suddenly, as a rope; as, to surge a hawser or messenger; also, to slacken the rope about (a capstan)
surge
see one's performance improve; "He levelled the score and then surged ahead"
surging

    الواصلة

    surg·ing

    التركية النطق

    sırcîng

    النطق

    /ˈsərʤəɴɢ/ /ˈsɜrʤɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 's&rj ] (verb.) 1511. Middle French sourge-, stem of sourdre to rise, surge, from Latin surgere to go straight up, rise, from sub- up + regere to lead straight; more at SUB-, RIGHT.

    فيديوهات

    ... and the American auto industry and it's come surging back. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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