vapor

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} buhar çıkarmak
{i} buhar

Bulut bir buhar kitlesidir. - A cloud is a mass of vapor.

Kimyasal buharlar seni gerçekten hasta yapabilir. - Chemical vapors can make you really sick.

{i} buğu
{f} buharlaşmak
bkz.vapour
{f} buharlaş

Aktinyum 3,198°C derecede buharlaşır. - Actinium vaporizes at 3,198°C.

{f} övünmek
{i} kuruntu
{f} böbürlenmek
(Tıp) Buharlaşma sonucu gaz haline gelmiş sıvı, buhar
duman
buhari
vapour
buhar

Bir bulut gökyüzünde su buharının bir birikimidir. - A cloud is an accumulation of water vapour in the sky.

vaporous
buğulu
vapour
{f} buhar çıkarmak
vapour
buğu
vapor density
buhar yoğunluğu
vapor phase
Maddenin gaz hali
vapor pressure deficit
(Meteoroloji) Buhar basıncı açığı
vapor pressure deficit
Buhar basıncı farkı
vapor quality
Buhar kalitesi
vapor quality
Doygun buhar çözeltisindeki buhar miktarının yüzde cinsinden ifade biçimi

90% quality water vapor is fed to a bolier.

vapor bath
buhar banyosu
vapor blasting
(Nükleer Bilimler) buharlı üfleme
vapor deposition
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar fazında kaplama
vapor dosage
(Askeri) GAZ BUHARI DOZAJI: Bir litre hacimde miligram ile ifade edilen gaz yoğunluğunun, dakika cinsinden buharlaşma müddeti ile çarpılmasından elde edilen değer
vapor motor
gaz karışımlı motor
vapor pressure
buhar basıncı
vapor trail
uçak izi
vapor-phase crystallization
buhar-fazı kristallenmesi
aqueous vapor
(Meteoroloji) su buharı
fuel vapor
(Otomotiv) yakıt buharı
mercury vapor
cıva buharı
saturated vapor
doymuş buhar
vapour
sis
vapour
esassız
vapour
{f} buharlaşmak
vapour
istim
vaporing
{i} buharlaşma
vaporing
{f} buharlaş
vaporous
buharlı
vapour
{f} buharlaş
water vapor
su buharı
vaporing
buharlaşarak
acid vapor canister
(Askeri) ASİT MASKE SÜZGECİ: Personeli asit buharından korumak için kullanılan ve içinde kimyasal bir dolgu bulunan dikdörtgen biçiminde, sarı renkte, özel maksatlı bir maske süzgeci; özel bir koruyucu maskenin ana parçası
binary vapor cycle
ikili buhar çevrimi
binary vapor turbine
iki buharlı türbin
h vapor detector kit
(Askeri) HARDAL GAZI DETEKTÖRÜ: Havada hardal gazı bulunup bulunmadığını kontrola yarayan cihaz
individual vapor detector
(Çevre) bireysel buhar detektörü
mercury vapor lamp
cıva buharlı lâmba
saturated vapor line
doymuş sıvı hatrı
saturation vapor pressure
(Meteoroloji) doymuş buhar basıncı
vaporing
cakalı
vaporing
övüngen caka satma
vaporous
kuruntulu
vaporous
{s} ince (kumaş)
vaporous
hayalperest
vaporous
buhar çıkaran
vapors
karasevda
vapors
melankoli
vapour
{f} böbürlenmek
vapour
i., İng., bak. vapor
vapour
{i} kuruntu
vapour
{f} övünmek
vapour
buhar,v.buharlaş: n.buhar
vapours
{i} melankoli
vapours
{i} karasevda
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To turn into vapor
Cloudy diffused matter such as mist, steam or fumes suspended in the air
To become vapor; to be emitted or circulated as vapor
To use insubstantial language; to boast or bluster

He vapoured, and fretted, and fumed, and trotted up and down, and tried to make himself pleasing in Miss Hollis's big, quiet, grey eyes, and failed.

The gaseous state of a substance that is normally a solid or liquid
{n} a fluid rendered volatile and elastic by heat, fume
{v} to fly off in fume, bully, brag
see vapour. the American spelling of vapour (vapeur, from vapor )
bad air from the ground that is worse than bochorno; poorly ventilated noxious air
The gaseous form of a solid or liquid substance as it evaporates
is the gaseous state of a material below its boiling point
{i} steam, mist
To emit vapor or fumes
A gas in a mixture that is relatively easy to condense Consider an air-water gaseous mixture A reduction of a few degrees (to the dew point) would cause some of the water to condense A cryogenic plant is required to condense the nitrogen Water in this mixture is consider a "vapor" while nitrogen is a "gas"
The gaseous state of a substance which under ordinary conditions exists as a liquid or solid
The gaseous phase of a substance which exists as a liquid or solid under normal conditions
The gaseous state of a substance
The gaseous state of substances which are normally in the liquid or solid state (at normal room temperature and pressure) Vapors evaporate into the air from liquids such as solvents Solvents with low boiling points will evaporate
Any substance in its gaseous state
Gaseous substance which can be at least partly condensed by cooling or compression
Any substance in the gaseous, or aëriform, state, the condition of which is ordinarily that of a liquid or solid
The gaseous form of substances that are normally in the solid or liquid state that can be changed to this state by increasing the pressure or decreasing the temperature These vapors will diffuse
The gaseous state of a substance that is liquid or solid under ordinary conditions
The gaseous phase of substances that are liquid or solid at atmospheric pressure (e g , steam) (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
An old name for hypochondria, or melancholy; the blues
A Vapor is the gaseous form of a material which is normally solid or liquid at room temperature and pressure Evaporation is the process by which a liquid is changed into a vapor Sublimation is the process by which a solid is changed directly into the vapor state
a visible suspension in the air of particles of some substance
To pass off in fumes, or as a moist, floating substance, whether visible or invisible, to steam; to be exhaled; to evaporate
A medicinal agent designed for administration in the form of inhaled vapor
The gaseous form of substances which are normally in the liquid or solid state (at normal room temperature and pressure) Vapors evaporate into the air from liquids such as solvents Solvents with low boiling points will evaporate
To talk idly; to boast or vaunt; to brag
The gaseous phase of substances
{f} change into vapor, evaporate; boast
To send off in vapor, or as if in vapor; as, to vapor away a heated fluid
Gas formed from a substance that is usually a liquid or a solid Moisture in the air that can be seen, such as fog, steam, mist, etc
Gaseous state of a material suspended in air that would be a liquid or solid under ordinary conditions
n barely visible or cloudy matter in a gaseous state, such as mist, fumes, or smoke Same as gas
(n) a substance in its gas state as opposed to its solid or liquid state
The gaseous state of a substance that is solid or liquid at ordinary temperature and pressure
the process of becoming a vapor
The gaseous phase of a material that is in the solid or liquid state at standard temperature and pressure
Fine separated particles floating in the air and clouding it A substance in the gaseous state (099)
In a loose and popular sense, any visible diffused substance floating in the atmosphere and impairing its transparency, as smoke, fog, etc
Wind; flatulence
the gaseous form of a substance Often used as an abbreviation for water vapor
Something unsubstantial, fleeting, or transitory; unreal fancy; vain imagination; idle talk; boasting
A gas formed by boiling or evaporating a liquid
vapor pressure
The pressure that a vapor exerts, or the partial pressure if it is mixed with other gases
vapor retarder
A layer of material or a laminate used to appreciably reduce the flow of water vapor into a roof assembly
vapor trail
US spelling of vapour trail
vapor pressure deficit
Vapour Pressure Deficit, or VPD, is the difference (deficit) between the amount of moisture in the air and how much moisture the air can hold when it is saturated
vapor quality
Steam Engines use water vapor to drive pistons which effects work through movement. The quality of steam can be quantitatively described. Vapor quality is a quantitative description of the usefulness of a vapor to do work
vapor barrier
Material used to retard the movement of water vapor into walls and prevent condensation in them Usually considered as having a perm value of less than 1 0 Applied separately over the warm side of exposed walls or as a part of batt or blanket insulation
vapor barrier
The material used to prevent moisture from penetrating walls or floors
vapor barrier
The material used to prevent moisture from penetrating walls or floors (Also called viscuine )
vapor barrier
A moisture-impervious layer which prevents the passage of water into a material or structure
vapor barrier
-A waterproof material or film placed between a heated area of the home and an area that is not heated to prevent moisture from seeping between the two areas
vapor barrier
A material such as plastic, rubber, or tinfoil which retards or prevents the transfer of moister from the earth or air into a structure
vapor barrier
Waterproof membrane placed under concrete floor slabs that are placed on a grade
vapor barrier
Vapor barrier is a material that has a permeance of one perm or less and that provides resistance to the transmission of water vapor
vapor barrier
a component of construction which is impervious to the flow of moisture and air and is used to prevent condensation in walls and other locations of insulation
vapor barrier
a material that severely limits the movement of water vapor (water in a gaseous state) from one side of the material to the other The relationship of this term to the term vapor retarder is complex and often indeterminate For a complete discussion and delineation of water and air, barriers and retarders, see Understanding the Terms Barrier and Retarder for Vapor and Air or Air barriers vs Vapor Barriers
vapor barrier
In kiln drying, a material with a high resistance to vapor movement that is applied to the inside wall and ceiling surfaces of a dry kiln to prevent moisture migration
vapor barrier
Material placed to prevent vapor or moisture from passing through a wall, floor or partition Materials include paper, metal, plastic and paint
vapor barrier
The element in a wall, floor or ceiling that does not allow moisture or air to penetrate and is used to prevent condensation in insulation
vapor barrier
Plastic film, building paper, paint, or other material used to retard flow of moisture Often applied after installation of insulating material to prevent moisture from entering the insulation and thus diminishing its effectiveness Some insulation incorporates its own vapor barrier
vapor barrier
a ) A material, such as foil, plastic film or specially coated paper, with a high resistance to vapor movement, used to control condensation or prevent migration of moisture b ) Any material used to stop the migration of vapor through walls, floors or ceilings
vapor barrier
A material or paint applied to a wall, floor or ceiling to prevent the passage of moisture Plastic vapor barriers are sometimes applied over the subarea soil This helps create a dry air space between damp soil and wood framing and limits the amount of moisture able to rise into the framing, thereby reducing moisture damage A plastic vapor barrier also provides a reasonable surface upon which to crawl in the event of needed access to a moist subarea Finally, a plastic vapor barrier tends to keep moist soil from drying out completely and reduces the subsequent shrinkage and cracking that often occurs This reduces the settlement often associated with expansive soil subject to fluctuating moisture content
vapor barrier
A watertight material used to prevent the passage of moisture or water vapor
vapor barrier
Also called a vapor retarder, this is a material that retards the movement of water vapor through a building element (such as walls, floors, and ceilings) and prevents metals from corroding and insulation and structural wood from becoming damp
vapor barrier
Moisture resistant materials used to stop or slow the movement of moisture through a surface Often applied on the inside face of exterior walls to prevent condensation forming in interior living areas Examples are Tyvek and tar paper
vapor barrier
A building product installed on exterior walls and ceilings under the drywall and on the warm side of the insulation It is used to retard the movement of water vapor into walls and prevent condensation within them Normally, polyethylene plastic sheeting is used
vapor bath
steam bath, sauna
vapor density
The ratio of the weight of a given volume of one gas to the weight of an equal volume of another gas, typically hydrogen, at the same temperature and pressure
vapor density
the density of a gas relative to the density of hydrogen
vapor galvanizing
Vapor galvanizing is accomplished by heating the articles to be galvanized together with zinc dust in an air tight receptacle to a temperature of about 600° F
vapor galvanizing
which is 188° below the melting point of zinc, or by exposing the articles to vapor from molten zinc in a separate receptacle, using hydrogen or other reducing gas to prevent oxidation
vapor galvanizing
A process for coating metal (usually iron or steel) surfaces with zinc by exposing them to the vapor of zinc instead of, as in ordinary galvanizing, to molten zinc; called also Sherardizing
vapor lock
a stoppage in a pipeline caused by gas bubbles (especially a stoppage that develops in hot weather in an internal-combustion engine when fuel in the gas line boils and forms bubbles that block the flow of gasoline to the carburetor)
vapor pressure
Pressure exerted by water vapor molecules in a given quantity of atmosphere
vapor pressure
the contribution to total atmospheric pressure due to the presence of water molecules in the air (Schroeder and Buck 1970)
vapor pressure
The pressure or tension of a confined body of vapor
vapor pressure
The pressure of the gas that collects above a liquid in a closed container
vapor pressure
pressure of confined vapor in equilibrium with its liquid at a specified temperature; thus, a measure of a liquid’s volatility Vapor pressure of gasoline and other volatile petroleum products is commonly measured in accordance with test method ASTM D 323 (Reid vapor pressure) The apparatus is essentially a double-chambered bomb One chamber, fitted with a pressure gauge, contains air at atmospheric pressure; the other chamber is filled with the liquid sample The bomb is immersed in a 37 8°C (100°F) bath, and the resulting vapor pressure of the sample is recorded in pounds per square inch (psi) Reid vapor pressure is useful in predicting seasonal gasoline performance (e g , higher volatility is needed in cold weather, and lower volatility in hot weather), as well as the tendencies of gasolines, solvents, and other volatile petroleum products toward evaporative loss and fire hazard
vapor pressure
The pressure that a solid or liquid exerts when it is in equilibrium with its vapor at a given temperature
vapor pressure
The pressure at which a liquid and its vapor are in equilibrium at a definite temperature
vapor pressure
Pressure exerted by a saturated vapor above its liquid in a closed container Important facts to remember: Vapor pressure of a substance at 100° F will always be higher than the vapor pressure of the substance at 60° F Vapor pressures reported on MSDS/s in mmHg are usually very low pressures; 760 mmHg is equivalent to 14 7 psi The lower the boiling point of a substance, the higher its vapor pressure
vapor pressure
This the partial pressure that water vapor exerts on the total air pressure
vapor pressure
The pressure at which a liquid and its vapor are in equilibrium at a given temperature
vapor pressure
pressure of a confined vapor in equilibrium with its liquid at a specified temperature, i e a measure of a liquid's volatility
vapor pressure
the pressure at any given temperature exerted by a vapor that is in equilibrium with its liquid or solid form
vapor pressure
The pressure exerted by a vapor in equilibrium with its solid or liquid phase
vapor pressure
The particle pressure of a vapor at the surface of its parent liquid
vapor pressure
The pressure exerted by a vapor held in equilibrium with its solid or liquid state
vapor pressure
the pressure exerted by a vapor; often understood to mean saturated vapor pressure (the vapor pressure of a vapor in contact with its liquid form)
vapor pressure
Vapor Pressure is the pressure of a vapor when in equilibrium with its liquid or solid form It is a measure of the tendency of a material to form a vapor The higher the vapor pressure, the higher the potential vapor concentration In general, a material with a high vapor pressure is more likely to be an inhalation or fire hazard than a similar material with a lower vapor pressure
vapor pressure
Pressure of a confined vapor in equilibrium with its liquid at specified temperature thus, a measure of a liquid's volatility
vapor pressure
The partial pressure of water vapor in the atmosphere (Rice (1991))
vapor pressure
the partial pressure of water vapor
vapor pressure
1 The pressure exerted by the molecules of a given vapor For a pure confined vapor, it is that vapor's pressure on the walls of its containing vessel; and for a vapor mixed with other vapors or gases, it is that vapor's contribution to the total pressure (i e , its partial pressure) Also called vapor tension
vapor pressure
The pressure of a given saturated vapor is a function of the temperature only, and may be measured by introducing a small quantity of the substance into a barometer and noting the depression of the column of mercury
vapor pressure
The partial pressure of water vapor in the atmosphere
vapor pressure
the pressure of the vapor over a liquid at equilibrium
vapor pressure
pressure caused as a result of the power of vapors spreading
vapor pressure
A measure of a substance's propensity to evaporate, vapor pressure is the force per unit area exerted by vapor in an equilibrium state with surroundings at a given pressure It increases exponentially with an increase in temperature A relative measure of chemical volatility, vapor pressure is used to calculate water partition coefficients and volatilization rate constants
vapor pressure
The pressure exerted by the molecules of a given vapor In meteorology, it is considered as the part of total atmospheric pressure due to the water vapor content It is independent of other gases or vapors
vapor pressure
The pressure exerted when a solid or a liquid is in equilibrium with its own vapor at a particular temperature
vapor tension
pressure caused as a result of power of rising steam
equilibrium vapor pressure
Alternative form of saturation vapor pressure
mercury-vapor lamp
alternative spelling of mercury-vapour lamp
saturated vapor pressure
Alternative form of saturation vapor pressure
saturation vapor pressure
The vapor pressure at which the gaseous phase of a substance can coexist with the liquid or solid phase in equilibrium at a given temperature
saturation vapor pressures
plural form of saturation vapor pressure
sodium vapor lamp
a street lamp in which electricity is passed through sodium vapour to emit a yellow light
vaporous
Relating to vapour; misty, foggy, obscure, insubstantial

So whosoever shall entertain high and vaporous imaginations, instead of a laborious and sober inquiry of truth, shall beget hopes and beliefs of strange and impossible shapes.

vapour
The gaseous state of a substance that is normally a solid or liquid
vapour
To become vapour; to be emitted or circulated as vapour
water vapor
water in a gaseous state, especially when diffused in the atmosphere
water vapor
steam
water vapor pressure
The saturation vapor pressure of water
water-vapor
Attributive form of water vapor, noun

water-vapor production.

vaporous
{a} full of or like vapor, fumy, windy
vapors
{n} hysteric fits, fits, whims
mercury vapor
mercury in a gaseous state
mercury-vapor lamp
{i} ultraviolet lamp that contains mercury vapor
mercury-vapor lamp
ultraviolet lamp that emits a strong bluish light (rich in ultraviolet radiation) as electric current passes through mercury vapor
sodium-vapor lamp
lamp in which an electric current passed through a tube of sodium vapor makes a yellow light; used is street lighting
vaporing
Talking idly; boasting; vaunting
vaporing
{i} boasting, bragging, act of boastful talk
vaporous
Unreal; unsubstantial; vain; whimsical
vaporous
resembling or characteristic of vapor; "vaporous clouds"
vaporous
Producing vapors; hence, windy; flatulent
vaporous
so thin as to transmit light; "a hat with a diaphanous veil"; "filmy wings of a moth"; "gauzy clouds of dandelion down"; "gossamer cobwebs"; "sheer silk stockings"; "transparent chiffon"; "vaporous silks"
vaporous
Having the form or nature of vapor
vaporous
Full of vapors or exhalations
vaporous
filled with vapor; "miasmic jungles"; "a vaporous bog"
vaporous
{s} resembling vapor; producing vapor; imaginary; lacking substance
vapors
a state of depression; "he had a bad case of the blues"
vapors
plural of vapor
vapour
{i} steam, mist (also vapor)
vapour
The gaseous phase of substances such as water
vapour
the process of becoming a vapor
vapour
To use insubstantial language; to boast or bluster
vapour
a visible suspension in the air of particles of some substance
vapour
the gaseous state of any matter that normally exists as a liquid or solid
vapour
– the gas form of a substance that is generally a solid or liquid at room temperature; not the same as aerosols or mists, which are composed of tiny droplets of liquid suspended in air
vapour
To turn into vapour
vapour
{f} turn to vapor, vaporize, steam; talk pompously, boast, brag (also vapor)
vapour
va·pour vapours in AM, use vapor Vapour consists of tiny drops of water or other liquids in the air, which appear as mist. water vapour. a mass of very small drops of a liquid which float in the air, for example because the liquid has been heated
vapour
The gas phase component of a liquid or solid
vapours
{i} mental depression, state of low spirits, melancholy (also vapors)
vapours
a state of depression; "he had a bad case of the blues"
vapours
plural of vapour
water vapor
n water scattered as gas in the atmosphere
water vapor
water in its gaseous state
water vapor
water in the gaseous state in the Earth's atmosphere Water vapor is invisible
water vapor
water in a vaporous form diffused in the atmosphere but below boiling temperature
water vapor
Most abundant GHG Anthropogenic activities are not significantly increasing its concentration, but warming leads to a positive water vapor feedback The concentration of water vapor regulates the temperature of the planet, in part, because of its relationship with the atmosphere and the water cycle
water vapor
an important greenhouse gas in the troposphere that also plays a role in ozone depletion chemistry in the stratosphere
water vapor
is the invisible, gaseous form of water
water vapor
Water in the form of gas Water exists in three phases at the Earth's surface depending on temperature: liquid water, water vapor, and frozen water or ice
water vapor
Water in a gaseous state, especially when diffused as a vapor in the atmosphere and at a temperature below boiling point
water vapor
gaseous water (individual water molecules) in the atmosphere
water vapor
Water in a gaseous state
water vapor
The invisible, gaseous state of water
water vapor
Water (H2O) in gaseous form Also called aqueous vapor See vapor
water vapor
Water in a gaseous form
water vapor
Water present in the atmosphere in gaseous form; the source of all forms of condensation and precipitation Water vapor, clouds, and carbon dioxide are the main atmospheric components in the exchange of terrestrial radiation in the troposphere, serving as a regulator of planetary temperatures via the greenhouse effect Approximately 50 percent of the atmosphere's moisture lies within about 1 84 km of the earth's surface, and only a minute fraction of the total occurs above the tropopause (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
water vapor
The gaseous state of water
water vapor
the invisible gaseous form of water
water vapor
Water in gaseous form It is one of the most import constituents of the atmosphere Due to its molecular content, air containing water vapor is lighter than dry air This contributes to the reason why moist air has a tendency to rise
water vapor
makes a large contribution to the greenhouse effect Human activities add and subtract water vapor to and from the atmosphere, but these amounts are insignificant compared to the water moved by natural processes Climate change effects of water vapor are difficult to quantify or model because it can both warm or cool the atmosphere
water vapor
Water in a vaporous form, especially when below boiling temperature and diffused (e g , in the atmosphere)
water vapor
The most abundant greenhouse gas, it is the water present in the atmosphere in gaseous form Water vapor is an important part of the natural greenhouse effect While humans are not significantly increasing its concentration, it contributes to the enhanced greenhouse effect because the warming influence of greenhouse gases leads to a positive water vapor feedback In addition to its role as a natural greenhouse gas, water vapor plays an important role in regulating the temperature of the planet because clouds form when excess water vapor in the atmosphere condenses to form ice and water droplets and precipitation
vapor
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