asphalt

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İngilizce - Türkçe
asfalt

Asfalt neyden yapılır? - What's asphalt made of?

Asfalt, ısı nedeniyle yumuşamıştı. - The asphalt was softened by the heat.

zift
asfalt kaplamak
asphalt base course
asfalt temel tabakası
asphalt block
asfalt blok
asphalt block pavement
asfalt blok kaplama
asphalt cement
asfalt çimentosu
asphalt clay emulsion
asfalt kil emulsiyonu
asphalt concrete
asfalt betonu
asphalt distributor
asfalt distribütörü
asphalt fog coat
asfaltlı karartma örtüsü
asphalt fog seal
asfaltlı karartma örtüsü
asphalt hose
asfalt hortumu
asphalt jelly
asfalt jeli
asphalt joint filler
asfaltlı derz dolgusu
asphalt leveling course
asfalt düzeltme tabakası
asphalt macadam
asfalt makadam
asphalt mastic
mastik asfalt
asphalt membrane
asfalt membran
asphalt mixer
asfalt karıştırıcısı
asphalt paint
asfalt boya
asphalt paving
asfalt döşeme
asphalt paving mixture
asfalt kaplama karışımı
asphalt petroleum
petrol asfaltı
asphalt plank
asfalt plak
asphalt plant
asfalt tesisi
asphalt prime coat
asfaltlı astar tabakası
asphalt primer
asfaltlı astar
asphalt rock
kaya asfaltı
asphalt seal coat
asfaltlı örtü tabakası
asphalt shingle
bitümlü kiremit
asphalt surface course
asfalt satıh tabakası
asphalt surface treatment
asfalt sathi kaplama
asphalt treatment
asfaltla muamele
asphalt void ratio
asfalt boşluk oranı
asphalt paver
Asfalt Finiseri, Asfalt Finiser Makinası
asphalt tanker
asfalt tankeri
native asphalt
doğal asfalt
solid asphalt
sert asfalt
clinker asphalt
klinker asfalt
cold asphalt
soğuk asfalt
compressed asphalt
sıkıştırılmış asfalt
hot rolled asphalt
sıcak silindirlenmiş asfalt
lake asphalt
göl asfaltı
mastic asphalt
mastik asfalt
rock asphalt
kaya asfaltı
sand asphalt
kum asfaltı
natural asphalt
doğal asfalt
petroleum asphalt
petrol asfaltı
residual asphalt
bakiye asfalt
sheet asphalt
tabaka asfalt
sludge asphalt
tortu asfalt, çamur asfalt
blown asphalt
(İnşaat) okside asfalt
emulsified asphalt
asfalt emülsiyon
emulsified asphalt
asıltı asfalt
liquid asphalt
sıvı asfalt
natural asphalt
tabii asfalt
rolled asphalt
silindirlenmiş asfalt
sludge asphalt
tortu asfalt
to asphalt
asfaltlamak
to asphalt
asfalt kaplamak
wet asphalt
(Otomotiv) ıslak asfalt
İngilizce - İngilizce
An abbreviation for asphalt concrete, a hard ground covering used for roads and walkways
To pave with asphalt
A sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid, composed almost entirely of bitumen, that is present in most crude petroleums and in some natural deposits
{n} a black bituminous substance, found on the lake Asphaltis
a mixture of oil and aggregates used in paving
Mineral pitch, Jews' pitch, or compact native bitumen
asphaltic cement
{i} black tar-like substance used for paving and roofing
A brown to black residue formed from weathered petroleum products, consisting chiefly of a mixture of hydrocarbons, varies in texture from hard and brittle to plastic
Tar or similar bituminous solid substance A natural material, that can be mixed with rock for paving, or applied as water proofing, to various papers, felts, and sealant products
It occurs on the surface and shores of the Dead Sea, which is therefore called Asphaltites, or the Asphaltic Lake
a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation; consists mainly of hydrocarbons
The product of the nondestructive distillation of crude oil in petroleum refining; it is a dark brown to black, cement-like semisolid or solid Depending on the crude oil used as a feed-stock, the distillation residuum may be further processed, typically by air-blowing (sometimes with a catalyst) or solvent precipitation to meet performance specifications for individual applications [AI 1990b] Asphalt is a mixture of paraffinic and aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic compounds containing sulfur, nitrogen, and oxygen [Sax and Lewis 1987] Back to Original Location
A dark brown to black cementitious material in which the predominating constituents are bitumens, which occur in nature or are obtained in petroleum processing Asphalt is a constituent in varying proportions of most crude petroleum and used for paving, roofing, industrial and other special purposes
a dark brown or black substance found in a natural state or, more commonly, left as a residue after evaporating or otherwise processing crude oil or petroleum Asphalt may be further refined to conform to various roofing grade specifications
A dark-colored viscous-to-solid hydrocarbon complex obtained naturally; also referred to as bitumen
A dark brown to black, highly viscous, hydrocarbon produced from the residue left after the distillation of petroleum Asphalt is used on roofs and highways as a waterproofing agent Most native asphalt is a residue from evaporated petroleum It is insoluble in water but soluble in gave line when heated Used widely in building for waterproofing roof coverings of many types, exterior wall coverings, flooring tile, and the like
Black to dark-brown solid or semisolid cemetitious material which gradually liquifies when heated and in which the predominating constituents are bitumen's These occur in the solid or semisolid form in nature; are obtained by refining petroleum; or are combinations with one another or with petroleum or derivatives thereof
A residue produced form evaporated petroleum It is insoluble in water but is soluble in gasoline and melts when heated Used for waterproofing roof coverings, exterior wall coverings, and flooring tile
A solid hydrocarbon which may be deposited within the reservoir rock, in well equipment, or in surface lines and tanks
To cover with asphalt; as, to asphalt a roof; asphalted streets
{f} cover with asphalt, pave with asphalt
Most native asphalt is a residue from evaporated petroleum It is insoluble in water but soluble in gave line when heated Used widely in building for waterproofing roof coverings of many types, exterior wall coverings, flooring tile, and the like
mixed asphalt and crushed gravel or sand; used especially for paving but also for roofing
A sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid that is present in most crude petroleums and in some natural deposits. Asphalt is composed almost entirely of bitumen
A hard, black petroleum-based material used to pave roads Asphalt can be mixed with recycled tires to make roads last longer
It is brittle, of a black or brown color and high luster on a surface of fracture; it melts and burns when heated, leaving no residue
A bituminous compound, dark brown or black in color, used in the manufacture of asphalt roofing shingles
a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation; consists mainly of hydrocarbons mixed asphalt and crushed gravel or sand; used especially for paving but also for roofing cover with tar or asphalt; "asphalt the driveway
various bituminous substances, both naturally occurring and resultant from petroleum processing; also a bituminous substance mixed with crushed rock for paving
an organic bituminous compound used in the manufacturing of composition shingles
A bituminous waterproofing agent applied to roofing materials during manufacture
A bituminous material employed in roofing materials because of its waterproofing ability
A composition of bitumen, pitch, lime, and gravel, used for forming pavements, and as a water-proof cement for bridges, roofs, etc
Often used as an abbreviation for asphalt concrete. A hard ground covering used for roads and walkways
Asphalt is a black substance used to make the surfaces of things such as roads and playgrounds. = tarmac. a black sticky substance that becomes hard when it dries, used for making the surface of roads (aspaltus, from asphaltos). Black or brown petroleum-like material that has a consistency varying from viscous liquid to glassy solid. It is obtained either as a residue from the distillation of petroleum or from natural deposits. Asphalt consists of compounds of hydrogen and carbon with minor proportions of nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen. It softens when heated and is elastic under certain conditions. Used principally in road surfacing, asphalt is also used for roofs, coatings, floor tilings, and waterproofing, and in industrial products
A dark-brown to black cement-like material obtained by petroleum processing, containing bitumens as the predominant constituents Includes crude asphalt as well as the following finished products: cements, the asphalt content of emulsions (exclusive of water), and petroleum distillates blended with asphalt to make cutback asphalts
Black to dark brown solid or semisolid bituminous material which gradually liquifies when heated, produced from distillation residues of crude petroleum, or occuring naturally
Artificial asphalt is prepared from coal tar, lime, sand, etc
A substance left as a residue after evaporating or otherwise processing crude oil or petroleum Asphalt can be refined to conform to various roofing grade specifications: Dead-Level Asphalt: A roofing asphalt conforming to the requirements of ASTM Specification D 312, Type I This asphalt is for use in roofs which do not exceed a ¼ in 12 slope (2%) Flat Asphalt: A roofing asphalt conforming to the requirements of ASTM Specification D 312, Type II This asphalt is for use in roofs which do not exceed a ½ in 12 slope (4%) Steep Asphalt: A roofing asphalt conforming to the requirements of ASTM Specification D 312, Type III This asphalt is for use in roofs which do not exceed a 3 in 12 slope (25%) Special Steep Asphalt: A roofing asphalt conforming to the requirements of ASTM Specification D 312, Type IV This asphalt is for use in roofs which do not exceed a 6 in 12 slope (50%)
Originally a naturally occurring product in use for centuries the early 1900's brought today's refined petroleum product This term is often applied to almost any asphalt product from H M A C to asphalt cements and oils
It is found also in many parts of Asia, Europe, and America
cover with tar or asphalt; "asphalt the driveway"
mineral pitch
{i} blacktop
asphalt concrete
A material often used for road surfacing, composed of a hard, granular material such as crushed stone combined with asphalt as a binder. (Often abbreviated as asphalt.)
asphalt emulsion
A mixture of asphalt particles and emulsifying agent, such as bentonite clay and water
asphalt jungle
A city or urban area, where the landscape is covered by pavement and the environment is alienating and unsafe

Harlem comes through as an urban hothouse mean with exotic hustle and violence, a tangible asphalt jungle with its own abrasive laws of motion.

asphalt shingle
A shingle manufactured by coating a reinforcing material (felt or fibrous glass mat) with asphalt and having mineral granules on the side exposed to the weather
asphalt jungle
A large city or an urban or inner-city area, especially when characterized as congested and crime-ridden
asphalt road
road paved with asphalt (black tarlike substance)
asphalt shingle
A roofing material made of a brown or black tar like substance mixed with sand or gravel
asphalt shingle
Shingles made of felt that has been soaked in asphalt; asphalt shingle tabs are coated with granular minerals
air-blown asphalt
Asphalt produced by blowing air through molten asphalt to raise its softening point and modify other properties
asphalted
past of asphalt
asphalting
present participle of asphalt
asphalts
third-person singular of asphalt
asphalt

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    äsfôlt

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    /ˈasˌfôlt/ /ˈæsˌfɔːlt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'as-"folt also 'ash-, ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English aspalt, from Late Latin aspaltus, from Greek asphaltos.

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