breakthrough

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İngilizce - Türkçe
atılım

O bir atılımı gerçekleştirmek için yeteneğini berbat bir şekilde abarttı. - He badly exaggerated his ability to achieve a breakthrough.

O büyük bir atılımdı. - That was a huge breakthrough.

{i} buluş

Bilimsel buluşların çoğu bilinenin keşfinden başka bir şey değildir. - Most scientific breakthroughs are nothing else than the discovery of the obvious.

{i} ask. cepheyi yarıp geçme
{i} (bilimde) büyük buluş
(Askeri) YARMA TAARRUZU: Bir savunma mevzii veya mıntıkasına nüfuz ederek mevziin arkasına kadar geçen taarruz. Bak. "penetration"
{i} cepheyi yarıp geçme
bilimde büyük buluş
büyük buluş
iyileştirme
hücum
(düşmana yapılan) ani saldırı
ani ve önemli gelişme/ilerleme/yenilik/buluş
ani atak
harekat/buluş
ilerleme
(Hukuk) yeni bir gelişme
breakthrough bleeding
ani kanama
breakthrough time
(Kimya) hamle zamanı
breakthroughs
devrimler
make a breakthrough
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İngilizce - İngilizce
An advance through and past enemy lines (or vice versa)
Characterized by major progress or overcoming some obstacle

a breakthrough technological advance.

Any major progress; such as a great innovation or discovery that overcomes a significant obstacle

Albert Einstein is credited with making some of the greatest breakthroughs in modern physics.

The point at which you either overcome an obstacle and/or reach a new emotional level previously unattainable
making an important discovery
The passing of impurities through a purifier
A twelve-week period in which a new project team looks for ways to do its business faster, cheaper and better   It is a unique opportunity for a team to examine the way its people work together, their relationship with customers and suppliers, and to explore new ways of working while developing a culture of continuous improvement
"A change, a dynamic, decisive movement to new higher levels of performance" (Used by J M Juran to describe a new, improved level of sustained quality performance)
The penetration of challenge material(s) through a gas or a vapor air-purifying element The quantity or extent of breakthrough during service life testing is often referred to as the percentage of the input concentration NIOSH Definition
a productive insight
{i} progress, removal of a barrier; penetration
a passage for ventilation which is cut through the pillars between rooms
a penetration of a barrier such as an enemy's defense
A crack or break in a filter bed allowing the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter This will cause an increase in filter effluent turbidity A breakthrough can occur: 1) when a filter is first placed in service, 2) when the effluent valve suddenly opens or closes, and 3) during periods of excessive head loss through the filter (including when the filter is exposed to negative heads)
A breakthrough is an important development or achievement. The company looks poised to make a significant breakthrough in China. an important new discovery in something you are studying, especially one made after trying for a long time breakthrough in
refers to a condition that has developed despite measures to prevent it (e g , PCP that occurs while taking a prophylactic drug)
It finally booted on the first try
The exit end of a through-hole cavity at the moment of completion
Crack or break in a filter bed that allows the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter Buffer A substance that reacts with hydrogen or hydroxyl ions in a solution, in order to prevent a change in pH Cake Solid dewatered residue on a filter media after filtration Calcium hypo chlorite A chemical that is widely used for water disinfection, for instance in swimming pools or water purification plants It is especially useful because it is a stable dry powder and can be made into tablets
When a chemical permeates to the point where it can be detected on the inside of the barrier material
making an important discovery a penetration of a barrier such as an enemy's defense
It nearly booted on the first try
A crack or break in a filter bed that allows the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter; will cause an increase in filter effluent turbidity
the breaching of an apparently secure formation, often with sacrifice of material, as in the Pillsbury-Lasker game in the French Defence
A passage for ventilation that is cut through the pillars between rooms
the accomplishment of any improvement that takes an organization to unprecedented levels of performance [10]
breakthrough pain
Intense increases in pain that occur with rapid onset even when pain-control medication is being used. Breakthrough pain can occur spontaneously or in relation to a specific activity
breakthrough pains
plural form of breakthrough pain
breakthrough -
The penetration of challenge material(s) through a gas or a vapor air-purifying element The quantity or extent of breakthrough during service life testing is often referred to as the percentage of the input concentration NIOSH Definition
breakthrough -
the accomplishment of any improvement that takes an organization to unprecedented levels of performance [10]
breakthrough -
A twelve-week period in which a new project team looks for ways to do its business faster, cheaper and better   It is a unique opportunity for a team to examine the way its people work together, their relationship with customers and suppliers, and to explore new ways of working while developing a culture of continuous improvement
breakthrough -
discovery: a productive insight
breakthrough -
When a chemical permeates to the point where it can be detected on the inside of the barrier material
breakthrough -
It finally booted on the first try
breakthrough -
The passing of impurities through a purifier
breakthrough -
a passage for ventilation which is cut through the pillars between rooms
breakthrough -
A crack or break in a filter bed that allows the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter; will cause an increase in filter effluent turbidity
breakthrough -
It nearly booted on the first try
breakthrough -
The point at which you either overcome an obstacle and/or reach a new emotional level previously unattainable
breakthrough -
the breaching of an apparently secure formation, often with sacrifice of material, as in the Pillsbury-Lasker game in the French Defence
breakthrough -
A passage for ventilation that is cut through the pillars between rooms
breakthrough -
A crack or break in a filter bed allowing the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter This will cause an increase in filter effluent turbidity A breakthrough can occur: 1) when a filter is first placed in service, 2) when the effluent valve suddenly opens or closes, and 3) during periods of excessive head loss through the filter (including when the filter is exposed to negative heads)
breakthrough -
a penetration of a barrier such as an enemy's defense
breakthrough -
Crack or break in a filter bed that allows the passage of floc or particulate matter through a filter Buffer A substance that reacts with hydrogen or hydroxyl ions in a solution, in order to prevent a change in pH Cake Solid dewatered residue on a filter media after filtration Calcium hypo chlorite A chemical that is widely used for water disinfection, for instance in swimming pools or water purification plants It is especially useful because it is a stable dry powder and can be made into tablets
breakthrough -
refers to a condition that has developed despite measures to prevent it (e g , PCP that occurs while taking a prophylactic drug)
breakthrough -
The exit end of a through-hole cavity at the moment of completion
breakthrough -
"A change, a dynamic, decisive movement to new higher levels of performance" (Used by J M Juran to describe a new, improved level of sustained quality performance)
breakthrough -
making an important discovery
breakthrough infection
infection occurring during a vaccine trial in which a patient becomes ill with the disease that the vaccine is designed to prevent (Medicine)
imminent breakthrough
breakthrough that is about to occur
reach a breakthrough
find the solution to a problem; overcome opposition
seal a breakthrough
sign a deal that paves a new path, close a deal that creates new opportunities
breakthrough