attenuate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dar
(Tıp) atenüat
{f} seyreltmek
hafifleştirmek
daraltmak
azaltma
zayıflama
zayıflatma
inceltmek
azaltmak
azalt
hafifletmek
zayıflatmak
{f} kısmak
seyreltik
(Tıp) Sıvıları hafifleten ilaç
zayıf/zayıflat
zayıf
azalmış
ince
{f} söndürmek
azalma
incelme
sindirmek
değerini düşürmek
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(Jeoloji) sönümlenme
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(Havacılık) sonum
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cılızlama
attenuation
azaltma (güç, enerji vb)
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(Askeri) dalga genliğindeki azalma
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(Jeoloji) güç yitimi
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(Biyokimya) güçsüzleştirme
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(Tıp) atenüasyon
attenuated
{f} azalt
attenuation
zayıflatma
attenuation
hafifletme
attenuation
inceltme
attenuated
İnceltilmiş, seyreltilmiş
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Etki azalması, sonum
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ETKİ AZALMASı: Mayın savaşında, kaynaktan olan uzaklık arttıkça etki yoğunluğunun azalması
attenuation
güçyitirim
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Mikroorganizmaları uygun olmayan çevre şartlarında bırakmak suretiyle zayıflatmak amacını güden bakteriyolojik bir işlem
attenuated
azalt azaltılmış
attenuated
azalmış
attenuation
kısma
attenuation
söndürme
attenuation
azaltma
attenuation
zayıflama
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{i} azalma
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(Askeri) ETKİ AZALMASI: Mayın savaşında, kaynaktan olan uzaklık arttıkça etki yoğunluğunun azalması
İngilizce - İngilizce
Gradually tapering into a petiole-like extension toward the base
To reduce in size, force, value, amount, or degree
To reduce the amplitude of an electrical signal
To weaken
To reduce the virulence of a bacteria or virus
To rarefy
{v} to thin, dilute, make less viscid
{a} thinned, diluted
weaken the consistency of (a chemical substance)
To reduce a sound signal's level
To make thin or slender, as by mechanical or chemical action upon inanimate objects, or by the effects of starvation, disease, etc
Decrease or lessen in intensity
Made thin or less viscid; rarefied
To lessen the amount, force, or value of; to make less complex; to weaken
A reduction in the level of a signal (e g , I had to attenuate the signal level from my deck so that I wouldn’t clip the input to my amp so much )
Reduce in magnitude Eg: The strength of a signal, or of radiation
To reduce the level of an electrical or acoustical signal
To make thin or less consistent; to render less viscid or dense; to rarefy
To turn down or reduce
To make weaker An attenuator uses resistance to reduce output voltage, as with a volume control
to decrease the level of a signal
{f} become thin or less; diminish in intensity, decrease, reduce severity
reduced in strength; "the faded tones of an old recording"
To reduce in level
To reduce in volume
upon living bodies
To attenuate something means to reduce it or weaken it. You could never eliminate risk, but preparation and training could attenuate it. to make something weaker or less
reduce the effectiveness amount or force of
become weaker, in strength, value, or magnitude
- To reduce the level of a signal
become weaker, in strength, value, or magnitude reduced in strength; "the faded tones of an old recording
Made thin or slender
To reduce the amount of energy contained in an electrical or radio frequency signal Also, to reduce the intensity or level of sound waves
To reduce the level of an electrical or acoustical signal Reduction in sound level
Reduce the strength, effect, or value of
To reduce the amount of energy contained in an electrical or radio frequency signal Also, to reduce the intensity or level of sound waves Back to top Balanced Circuit A signal-carrying circuit with two active electrical conductors of equal impedance on which equal, but oppositely-phased signal components may exist Usually both conductors are enclosed within an overall metallic shield, which does not carry the signal Widely used to reduce the pickup of hum and noise in audio system cabling Also referred to as a balanced line
To become thin, slender, or fine; to grow less; to lessen
Specifically: To subtilize, as the humors of the body, or to break them into finer parts
Reduce
To reduce the level of a signal
attenuated
Made, or become weak; subject to attenuation
attenuated
Simple past tense and past participle of attenuate
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Long and tapering (especially of leaves)
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A reduction in the level of some property with distance, especially the amplitude of a wave or the strength of a signal
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A weakening in the virulence of a pathogen or other microorganism
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{a} thinned, diluted
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{n} a making thin or slender
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Weakened or treated in such a way as to decrease the ability of a microorganism (such as parasite or virus) to cause infection or disease
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Used to describe a bacterium or virus that has been changed in the laboratory so that it is less harmful to people
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To be weakened An attenuated vaccine is one that has been weakened by chemicals, or other processes so that it will produce an adequate immune response without causing the serious effects of an infection
attenuated
to lessen the amount, force or value of : to weaken Basalt-- a dark colored igneous (lava) rock Basalt is differentiated from other igneous rocks by its chemical composition The basalt of the Eastern Snake River Plain is thought to have intermittently flowed from numerous vents across the Plain over long periods of time
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An attenuated object is unusually long and thin. round arches and attenuated columns
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Made thin or slender
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Weakened; no longer infectious
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reduced in strength; "the faded tones of an old recording"
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An attenuated vaccine is one that has been weakened by chemicals or other processes so that it will produce an adequate immune response without causing the serious effects of an infection
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Weakened; with reference to vaccines, made from pathogenic organisms that have been treated so as to render them avirulent
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Made thin or less viscid; rarefied
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weakened Attenuated viruses are often used as vaccines because they can no longer produce disease but may still stimulate a strong immune response Examples include vaccines against polio (Sabin oral vaccine), measles, mumps, and rubella
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of an electrical signal; reduced in amplitude with little or no distortion
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{s} made thin; tapered; reduced; weakened
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Weakened; with reference to vaccines, made from pathogenic orgainsms that have been treated so that they are unable to cause disease, yet can still produce protective immunity when injected into the body
attenuated
past of attenuate
attenuates
third-person singular of attenuate
attenuating
present participle of attenuate
attenuating
{s} lessening, weakening, thinning
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loss of a substance as it is deflected, fragmented, or absorbed For example, solar irradiance attenuates as it passes through the atmosphere to the surface of the earth
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Weakening of the RF signal due to being partially blocked or absorbed Attenuation is heavily dependent on the frequency of the RF transmission and on the physical characteristics of the material that the transmission interacts with For example, high frequency microwave transmissions are severely attenuated by rain, but lower frequency cellular transmissions are not
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The decrease in radiation energy (power) as a beam passes through an absorbing or scattering medium
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weakening in force or intensity; "attenuation in the volume of the sound"
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A reduction in strength or deterioration of an electrical signal as it passes through a transmission medium Attenuation generally increases with frequency, cable length and the number of connections in a circuit Attenuation is measured in deciBels (dB) In optical fiber, a diminution of the signal as a function of length traveled
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Decrease in intensity of a signal, beam, or wave as a result of absorption and scattering out of the path of a detector, but not including the reduction due to geometric spreading (i e , the inverse square of distance effect) As applied to gamma (and X) rays, attenuation refers to the loss of photons (by the Compton, photoelectric, and pair-production effects) in the passage of the radiation through a material See Absorption, Inverse square law, Photon, Scattering
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The act of attenuating; the act of making thin or less dense, or of rarefying, as fluids or gases
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The measure of the weakening of a signal (loss) that occurs as it travels through a device or transmission medium (e g radio waves through the atmosphere, an electrical signal through a cable) Attenuation is usually measured in decibels
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the diminuation of quantity In the case of visibility, attenuation or extinction refers to the loss of image-forming light as it passes from an object to the observer
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The act or process of making slender, or the state of being slender; emaciation
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The process of reduction of a compound's concentration over time This can be through absorption, adsorption, degradation, dilution or transformation Attrition The action of one particle rubbing against the other in a filter media or ion exchange bed that can in time cause breakdown of the particles
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The decrease in magnitude of a signal as it travels through any transmitting medium, such as a cable or circuitry Attenuation is measured as the logarithm of a ratio It is expressed in decibels or dB
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The decrease in signal strength along an electrical or optical cable Attenuation is caused by a combination of absorption and scattering, and is usually expressed in decibels per kilometer (dB/km)
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When you throw a pebble in a pond, it makes waves on the surface that move out from the place where the pebble entered the water The waves are largest where they are formed and gradually get smaller as they move away This decrease in size, or amplitude, of the waves is called attenuation
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the diminution of quantity In the case of visibility, attenuation or extinction refers to the loss of image-forming light as it passes from an object to the observer
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  The decrease in intensity of a signal, beam, or wave as a result of absorption of energy and of scattering out of the path to the detector, but not including the reduction due to geometric spreading   [After JP1]  Note 1: Attenuation is usually expressed in dB   Note 2:   "Attenuation" is often used as a misnomer for "attenuation coefficient," which is expressed in dB per kilometer   Note 3:   A distinction must be made as to whether the attenuation is that of signal power or signal electric field strength
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A gradual diminishing in the strength of something
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{i} reduction; weakening; decrease; diminution; being weakened; weakening of a signal as the length of a network cable increases (Computers)
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the property of something that has been weakened or reduced in thickness or density weakening in force or intensity; "attenuation in the volume of the sound
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The decrease in magnitude of current, voltage, or power of a signal in transmission between two points May be expressed in decibels
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The decrease of signal strength as it travels through the cable or device, measured in decibels
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is the decrease in signal strength as the signal travels through any medium such as a cable
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The process by which a compound is reduced in concentration over time, through adsorption, degradation, dilution, and/or transformation Radiologically, it is the reduction of the intensity of radiation upon passage through a medium The attenuation is caused by absorption and scattering
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Decrease in magnitude of power of a signal in transmission between points When used for expressing the total loss of an optical system, attenuation is measured in decibels (dB) at a specific wavelength
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(communications usage) Signal strength loss between the transmission and reception points For example: Heavy rainstorms can cause microwave signals to seem to fade, i e , to attenuate, as the rainstorm passes through an area (See also: Rain Fade)
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Attenuation (AT) is a general term used to denote the decrease in power between that transmitted and that received due to loss through equipment, lines, or other transmission devices It is usually expressed as a ratio in dB (decibel)
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The process of weakening in intensity; diminution of virulence; as, the attenuation of virus
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A loss of signal strength in a lightwave, electrical or radio signal usually related to the distance the signal must travel (e g fiber optic transmission must be regenerated approx every 30 miles) Fiber optic attenuation is caused by transparency of the fiber, bending the fiber at too small of a radius, nicks in the fiber, splices, poor fiber terminals, FOTs, etc (See EDOA), Electrical attenuation is caused by the resistance of the conductor, poor (corroded) connections, poor shielding, induction, RFI, etc Radio signal attenuation may be due to atmospheric conditions, 1 spots, antenna design / positioning, obstacles, etc
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1 Atmospheric attenuation: the simulation of the atmospheric attenuation from the object to the viewer which affects both the illumination strength and color The attenuated illumination is computed by where s is a scale factor ranging from 0 to 1, is the illumination and is the depth-cue color 2 Light source attenuation: a factor in the illumination equation used to simulate surface illumination depending on how far the surface is from the light source It is defined by: where is the distance between the source light and the surface, and and are user defined constants associated with the light source
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A fabrication process in which a material is stretched out into a thin shape
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The decrease in magnitude of a signal as it travels through any transmission medium such as a cable or optical fiber Measured in dB per unit of length
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The tapering of a leaf etc to a fine point
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the property of something that has been weakened or reduced in thickness or density
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The loss in signal strength (weakening of power) associated with the transmission process Attenuation is usually expressed as the ratio of received signal strength to transmitted signal strength This ratio is often expressed in decibels, a logarithmic unit for expressing dimensionless ratios
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The decrease in magnitude of power of a signal in transmission between points For example, in fiber, expresses the total loss of an optical fiber consisting of the ratio of light output to light input Attenuation is measured in decibels (fiber or copper) per kilometer (dB/km) at a specific wavelength or frequency The lower the number, the better Typical multimode wavelengths are 850 - 1300 nanometers (nm) and singlemode are at 1300 - 1550 nm Copper is now characterized up to 350 MHz plus
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