arid

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} kurak

Kurak bir ülkeden yağışlı Avrupa'ya su ihraç etmek saf çılgınlık. - Exporting water from an arid country to the rainy Europe is pure folly.

Bu kurak bir bölge, neredeyse bir çöl. - It is an arid region, almost a desert.

{s} çorak
{s} kuru

Bu şimdiye kadar gördüğüm en kuru peyzaj. - It's the most arid landscape I've ever seen.

çatlamış
sıcaktan kavrulmuş
cansız
ilgi çekmeyen
yavan
tatsız
sıkıcı
kupkuru
{s} kurak (toprak)
{s} kuru (iklim/hava)
kuru (iklim)
arid region
(Coğrafya) kurak bölgeler
arid climate
kurak iklim
arid region
kurak bölge
aridity
susuzluk
aridness
sıkıcılık
aridness
kuruluk
aridity
yavanlık
aridity
kuraklık
aridity
tatsızlık
aridity
cansızlık
aridity
kuruluk
aridness
kuraklık
semi-arid
Yarı kurak
aridity
çoraklık
aridity
sıkıcılık
aridity
{i} (toprakta) kuraklık
aridity
{i} (iklim/hava için) kuruluk
aridness
(isim) kuraklık
Türkçe - Türkçe
Kurak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Devoid of value
Very dry
Describing a very dry climate. Typically defined as less than 25 cm or 10 inches of rainfall annually
{a} dry, parched up with heat
Exhausted of moisture; parched with heat; dry; barren
Dry, having little rainfall, desert climate
A term used for an extemely dry climate The degree to which a climate lacks effective, life-promoting moisture It is considered the opposite of humid when speaking of climates
An adjective which describes regions where precipitation is so deficient in quantity, or occurs at such times, that agriculture is impracticable without irrigation
A term used for an extremely dry climate The degree to which a climate lacks effective, life-promoting moisture It is considered the opposite of humid when speaking of climates
If you describe something such as a period of your life or an academic subject as arid, you mean that it has so little interest, excitement, or purpose that it makes you feel bored or unhappy. She had given him the only joy his arid life had ever known
lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless; "a technically perfect but arid performance of the sonata"; "a desiccate romance"; "a prissy and emotionless creature settles into a mold of desiccated snobbery"-C J Rolo
lacking sufficient water or rainfall; "an arid climate"; "a waterless well"; "miles of waterless country to cross"
Arid land is so dry that very few plants can grow on it. new strains of crops that can withstand arid conditions
Dry; having no moisture, barren, applied to areas having less than 15 inches rainfall per year
region region that is very dry, with an annual rainfall of less than 250 mm (by comparison, London has an average rainfall of 600 mm)
extremely dry; the driest climates on our planet, often associated with the desert vegetation type
(1) Areas where mean annual evaporation exceeds mean annual precipitation; (2) having insufficient rainfall to support agriculture; (3) the hyper-arid zone (arid index 0 03) comprises dryland areas without vegetation with the exception of a few scattered shrubs Annual rainfall is low, rarely exceeding 100 millimeters (4 inches) In the arid zone (arid index 0 03-0 20), the native vegetation is sparse, being comprised of annual and perennial grasses and other herbaceous vegetation, and shrubs and small trees There is high rainfall variability, with annual amounts ranging between 100 and 300 millimeters (4 and 12 inches)
A term describing a climate or region in which precipitation is so deficient in quantity or occurs so infrequently that intensive agricultural production is not possible without irrigation
A relatively dry climate in which annual precipitation is less than 10 inches, which generally is insufficient for crops to be grown without irrigation Such areas usually are the focus of debate over federal water policies
Describes a very dry lane surface
An arid area is dry and hot, with little rainfall and few plants
{s} dry, parched
lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or shrubs
An adjective applied to regions where precipitation is deficient in quantity; where agriculture is impractical without irrigation
An adjective applied to regions where precipitation is deficient in quantity; where agriculture is impractical without irrigation ARTESIAN AQUIFER: An aquifer where the water is under sufficient head (pressure) to cause it to rise above the zone of saturation if the opportunity were afforded for it to do so ARTESIAN WELL: A well tapping a confined or artesian aquifer in which the static water level stands above the top of the aquifer The term is sometimes used to include all wells tapping confined water Wells with water level above the water table are said to have positive artesian head, (pressure) and those with water level below the water table, negative artesian head
settles into a mold of desiccated snobbery"-C
Rolo lacking sufficient water or rainfall; "an arid climate"; "a waterless well"; "miles of waterless country to cross
very dry area; rainfall is too little for vegetation to grow
Describes regions where precipitation is insufficient in quantity for most crops and where agriculture is impractical without irrigation
arid land
parched land, land too dry for agriculture
arid plain
flat area of land which receives little rainfall
arid zone
dry area, region with a very dry climate
aridity
A long term lack of rainfall or moisture
semi-arid
-Climate of 250 - 500 mm annual rainfall
aridity
{n} dryness, drouth
aridness
{n} dryness, drouth
aridity
a permanent absence of rainfall
aridity
{i} dryness; barrenness
aridity
Want of interest of feeling; insensibility; dryness of style or feeling; spiritual drought
aridity
a condition yielding nothing of value
aridity
Extreme dryness which encourages the preservation, and possible mummification of organic remains
aridity
A general term used to describe areas suffering from lack of rain or drought More specifically, a condition in which evaporation exceeds precipitation
aridity
The degree to which a climate lacks effective, life-promoting moisture; the opposite of humidity, in the climate sense of the term The overall concept of aridity versus humidity is coming to be known as precipitation effectiveness Two basic approaches have been made The first, used by W Kppen and modified by Bailey, does not openly define aridity, but rather assigns delimiting values of annual precipitation (treated with regard to distribution and temperature) to separate a dry climate from other types The second approach actually prescribes a measure of aridity or precipitation effectiveness and uses these values as a primary parameter of classification Of this type are Thornthwaite's precipitation- effectiveness index and moisture index, E de Martonne's index of aridity, W Gorczyski's aridity coefficient, Lang's moisture factor, and ngstrm's humidity coefficient
aridity
The state or quality of being arid or without moisture; dryness
aridity
Fig
aridity
index The ratio of a region's potential annual evaporation, as determined by its receipt of solar radiation, to its average annual precipitation
aridly
dryly
aridly
In an arid manner
aridness
a permanent absence of rainfall
aridness
The state or quality of being arid
aridness
Aridity; dryness
aridness
{i} quality of being dry, lack of moisture
semi-arid
rainfall amounts of no more than 10 - 20 inches per year
semi-arid
moderately dry climates; usually not as dry as arid climates, but usually not as wet as temperate climates
semi-arid
area in which precipitation, though slight, is sufficient for growth of short, sparse grass
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Kanun) incidental
(Kanun) accidental
(Kanun) fortuitous
arid bölge
(Tarım) arid zone
arid