bulge

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} tümsek
{i} çıkıntı

Samanyolu galaksimize en yakın sarmal gökada Andromeda'dır. Andromeda 2 milyondan fazla ışık yılı uzaklıktadır. Onun orta çıkıntısı ve spiral kolları 15 derecelik açıyla bize doğru eğiktir. - The spiral galaxy closest to our Milky Way galaxy is Andromeda. Andromeda is over 2 million light-years away. Its central bulge and spiral arms are tilted toward us at a 15 degree angle.

kabarmak
{i} şiş
kabarıklık
şişlik
(Gıda) bombaj
şişmek
{f} çıkıntı yap
şişkinlik
ani artış
(Astronomi) Şişkin gökada, teker, gökada tekeri
bulgyşişkin
{i} geçici artış
şiş/kabar
{f} bel vermek
{i} fazlalık
{f} çıkıntı yapmak
şişkinlik/ani artış
üstünlük sağlamak
dışarı uğratmak
{f} pörtlemek
{f} esnemek
üstünlük
çıkıntı meydana get
pırtlamak
pırtlatmak
bel verme
bulge out
(Fiili Deyim ) pırtlamak
bulging
(sıfat) şişkin
bulged
şişkin
bulging
pırtlak
bulging
taşan
bulging
(Mekanik,Teknik) şişirme
bulgy
karınlı
bulgy
pırtlak
bulgy
kabarık
bulging
şiş

Onun cepleri cevizlerle şişkindi. - Her pockets were bulging with walnuts.

Onun şişkin pazısı var. - He has bulging biceps.

bulgy
şişkin
bulgy
şiş
bulgy
çıkıntılı
bulging
Şişkin

Onun cepleri cevizlerle şişkindi. - Her pockets were bulging with walnuts.

Onun şişkin pazısı var. - He has bulging biceps.

equatorial bulge
ekvatoryal şişkinlik
galactic bulge
(Astronomi) Şişkin gökada, teker, gökada tekeri
hair follicle bulge
Saç kökündeki kabartı kısım
bulging
kabartı
bulging
sis
İngilizce - İngilizce
To stick out from (a surface)

The wind actually stirred the cloth on the chest of drawers, and let in a little light, so that the sharp edge of the chest of drawers was visible, running straight up, until a white shape bulged out; and a silver streak showed in the looking-glass.

Something sticking out from a surface

The tree's roots made the bricks bulge .

{v} to swell in the middle, to bilge
(Astronomi) In astronomy, a bulge or galactic bulge is a tightly packed group of stars within a larger formation. The term almost exclusively refers to the central group of stars found in most spiral galaxies (see Galactic spheroid). Bulges were historically thought to be elliptical galaxies that happen to have a disk of stars around them, but high resolution images using the Hubble Space Telescope have revealed that many bulges have properties that are more like spiral galaxies. It is now thought that there are at least two types of bulges, bulges that are like ellipticals and bulges that are like spiral galaxies
To swell or jut out; to bend outward, as a wall when it yields to pressure; to be protuberant; as, the wall bulges
To swell or stick out; the part that swells or sticks out C CELSIUS A metric temperature scale in which water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees
A rapid advance in prices
when caused by pressure; as, a bulge in a wall
If there is a bulge in something, there is a sudden large increase in it. a bulge in aircraft sales. Battle of the Bulge. the. bulge out to stick out in a rounded shape, especially because something is very full or too tight bulge with
cause to bulge or swell outwards
A term used to describe a rapid advance in prices within the commodities market A bulge is similar to a rally in securities exchanges
{f} be inflated; protrude, project
A rapid advance in futures prices
It is a diffuse disc protrusion beyond the posterior margins of the vertebral endplates The outer fibers of the annulus fibrosus
emphasis If you say that something is bulging with things, you are emphasizing that it is full of them. They returned home with the car bulging with boxes. a bulging briefcase
A swelling, protuberant part; a bending outward, esp
bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
A rapid price advance
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form
This is the feature formed on the backside of the work, which working with the head, holds (clenches) the insert in place
If someone's eyes or veins are bulging, they seem to stick out a lot, often because the person is making a strong physical effort or is experiencing a strong emotion. He shouted at his brother, his neck veins bulging. bulging eyes. = protrude
See Bilge, 2
swell or protrude outwards; "His eyes bulged with surprise"
The bilge or protuberant part of a cask
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form cause to bulge or swell outwards swell or protrude outwards; "His eyes bulged with surprise"
{i} protrusion, projection; temporary growth
To bilge, as a ship; to founder
bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
The bilge of a vessel
To stick out or be swollen
If something such as a person's stomach bulges, it sticks out. Jiro waddled closer, his belly bulging and distended He bulges out of his black T-shirt He is 6ft 3ins with bulging muscles
The curve from heel to toe of a wood's clubface
Bulges are lumps that stick out from a surface which is otherwise flat or smooth. Why won't those bulges on your hips and thighs go?
bulge out
bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
bulgingly
To a degree, or in a way, that causes bulging
bulging
protuberant
equatorial bulge
An equatorial bulge is a planetological term which describes a bulge which a planet may have around its equator, distorting it into an oblate spheroid. The Earth has an equatorial bulge of 42.72 km (26.5 miles) due to its rotation. That is, its diameter measured across the equatorial plane (12756.28 km, 7,927 miles) is 42.72 km more than that measured between the poles (12713.56 km, 7,900 miles)
galactic bulge
(Astronomi) In astronomy, a bulge or galactic bulge is a tightly packed group of stars within a larger formation. The term almost exclusively refers to the central group of stars found in most spiral galaxies (see Galactic spheroid). Bulges were historically thought to be elliptical galaxies that happen to have a disk of stars around them, but high resolution images using the Hubble Space Telescope have revealed that many bulges have properties that are more like spiral galaxies. It is now thought that there are at least two types of bulges, bulges that are like ellipticals and bulges that are like spiral galaxies
Battle of the Bulge
the last main attack by the German army during World War II, when they surrounded the Allies' army in Belgium in 1944. (Dec. 16, 1944-Jan. 16, 1945) In World War II, the last German offensive on the Western Front, an unsuccessful attempt to divide the Allied forces and prevent an invasion of Germany. The "bulge" refers to the wedge that the Germans drove into the Allied lines. In December 1944, Allied forces were caught unprepared by a German counterthrust in the wooded Ardennes region of southern Belgium. The German drive, led by Gerd von Rundstedt's panzer army, was initially successful but was halted by Allied resistance and reinforcements led by George Patton. The Germans withdrew in January 1945, but both sides suffered heavy losses
Battle of the Bulge
final German offensive of WW II in 1944-1945 in which Germany attempted to break through Allied lines on the Western front and retake Antwerp (resulted in an Allied victory)
To bulge
bilge
To bulge
paggle
battle of the ardennes bulge
a battle during World War II; in December 1944 von Rundstedt launched a powerful counteroffensive in the forest at Ardennes and caught the Allies by surprise
bulged
past of bulge
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plural of bulge
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present participle of bulge
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bellying
bulging
curving outward
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{s} protruding, sticking out, swelling; with a bulge
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curving or bulging outward
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Having one or more bulges; bulging
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curving outward
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{s} swollen, protruding
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Bulged; bulging; bending, or tending to bend, outward
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