(Askeri) HAVA AMBOLİSİ, KRAMP: Düşük hava basıncına maruz kalma sonucu vücut dokusu ve sıvı kısımlarında, diğer gazlarla birlikte, azot kabarcıklarının teşekkülünden ileri gelen şiddetli, kol, bacak ve mafsal ağrıları. Böyle bir halin yüksek irtifada meydana gelmesi, yükselişe geçmeden, yer seviyesinde iken saf oksijen teneffüs edilmekle, büyük ölçüde azaltılabilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "aeroembolism", "decompression sickness" ve "dybarism"
When a road, beam of light, or other long thin thing bends, or when something bends it, it changes direction to form a curve or angle. The road bent slightly to the right Glass bends light of different colours by different amounts
bend one's back forward from the waist on down; "he crouched down"; "She bowed before the Queen"; "The young man stooped to pick up the girl's purse"
If you bend the truth or bend the facts, you say something that is not exactly true. Sometimes we bend the truth a little in order to spare them the pain of the real facts. see also bent, hairpin bend
If you bend something that is flat or straight, you use force to make it curved or to put an angle in it. Bend the bar into a horseshoe She'd cut a jagged hole in the tin, bending a knife in the process. straighten + bent bent a length of bent wire
a combination of turns and tucks by which a line is fastened to another one; to tie, as in securing a line to a cleat; to shackle a chain to an anchor; make fast
When you bend, you move the top part of your body downwards and forwards. Plants and trees also bend. I bent over and kissed her cheek She bent and picked up a plastic bucket She was bent over the sink washing the dishes
When you bend a part of your body such as your arm or leg, or when it bends, you change its position so that it is no longer straight. These cruel devices are designed to stop prisoners bending their legs As you walk faster, you will find the arms bend naturally and more quickly. + bent bent Keep your knees slightly bent
If you bend rules or laws, you interpret them in a way that allows you to do something they would not normally allow you to do. A minority of officers were prepared to bend the rules
diagonal line traversing a shield from the upper right corner to the lower left a town in central Oregon at the eastern foot of the Cascade Range a circular segment of a curve; "a bend in the road"; "a crook in the path"
The laterally arced position in which the horse's body appears to form an even curve from poll to tail Examples of faulty bend are: bending only in the neck, only at the base of the neck, or bent the wrong direction
feelings If you say that someone or something drives you round the bend, you mean that you dislike them and they annoy or upset you very much. And can you make that tea before your fidgeting drives me completely round the bend
Judge John Pickering had clearly gone around the bend, often presiding over his court while drunk. — (Can we this quote?) Joyce Oldham Appleby, Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Thomas Jefferson, Times Books, page 208:.
A region of southwest Texas on the Mexican border in a triangle formed by a bend in the Rio Grande. The area includes deep river canyons, desert wilderness, mountains rising to 2,386.6 m (7,825 ft), archaeological remains, and rare forms of plant and animal life
Preserve, southwestern Texas, U.S. It lies 250 mi (400 km) southeast of El Paso and occupies 1,252 sq mi (3,243 sq km). It was established in 1944 and named for the wide bend in the Rio Grande that skirts its southern edge. The park has magnificent mountain and desert scenery; it is home to more than 1,000 species of plants, and its wildlife includes coyotes, pumas, and roadrunners
A city of northern Indiana near the Michigan border northwest of Fort Wayne. A fur-trading post was established here in 1820. Population: 105,511. City (pop., 2000: 107,789), northern Indiana, U.S. It is situated on the St. Joseph River. The French established a fur-trading post at the site in 1820, which was later promoted as a European settlement. Its highly industrialized economy has roots in the pioneering companies founded there in the 19th century, including Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company (later an auto plant) and Singer Company, a sewing machine manufacturer. The central city has been dubbed Michiana because it serves as the trade and financial focus of southern Michigan as well as northern Indiana. Nearby is the University of Notre Dame
When a force acts at an angle to a BEAM, it makes the beam bend This causes COMPRESSION in the top half of the beam and TENSION in the bottom half The central region has no internal forces acting upon it and is called the NEUTRAL AXIS C
A process whereby the shaped glass article still in sheet form is placed on a stainless steel, sheet steel or cast iron mold coated with talc or powdered chalk The temperature is increased until the glass sheet sinks in to the mold
a form of decompression sickness caused by dissolved nitrogen leaving the tissues too quickly on ascent; is manifested by pain, usually in the limbs and joints; "the bends" is sometimes used to signify any manifestation of decompression sickness
"bent nails"; "a car with a crumpled front end"; "dented fenders" used especially of the head or upper back; "a bent head and sloping shoulders" fixed in your purpose; "bent on going to the theater"; "dead set against intervening"; "out to win every event" altered from an originally straight condition; "a bent wire
a special way of doing something; "he had a bent for it"; "he had a special knack for getting into trouble"; "he couldn't get the hang of it" a relatively permanent inclination to react in a particular way; "the set of his mind was obvious" grass for pastures and lawns especially bowling and putting greens of metal e
If someone is bent double, the top part of their body is leaning forward towards their legs, usually because they are in great pain or because they are laughing a lot. In American English, you can also say that someone is bent over double. He left the courtroom on the first day bent double with stomach pain. the past tense and past participle of bend
a supporting unit of a trestle or viaduct structure made of two or more columns or column-like members connected by a cap, a strut, or another member This connecting member distributes superimposed loads on the bent When combined with a system of diagonal or horizontal bracing attached to the columns, the entire construction functions somewhat like a truss distributing its loads into the foundation
[ bend ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English benden, from Old English bendan (“to bind or bend (a bow), fetter, restrain”), from Proto-Germanic *bandijanan (“to bend”), from Proto-Indo-European *bhendh- (“to bind, tie”). Cognate with Middle High German benden (“to fetter”), Danish bænde (“to bend”), Icelandic benda (“to bend”). More at band.
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