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İngilizce - Türkçe
yan ürün
(Denizbilim) yanürün
türev ürün
(Ticaret) tali ürün
yan ürün

Veganlar günlük yaşamlarında, hayvansal ürünler, ya da yan ürünler kullanmazlar. - Vegans do not use animal products, or by-products, in their everyday lives.

yan etki
Ana ürünün elde edilişi esnasında oluşan herhangi bir ikinci ürün, tali ürün, türev ürün
byproduct
yan ürün
byproduct
bir şey üretilirken onun yanı sıra elde edilen ve ikinci derecede önemli olan bir ürün
İngilizce - İngilizce
anything produced in the course of making something else, secondary product, something which is obtained from the manufacture of a different product; result of another action
A secondary product; something made incidentally during the production of something else
A side effect

The many Indian restaurants all over Britain are a by-product of the large waves of immigration from the subcontinent.

Product derived from animals in the animal-to-food production process that is not part of the skeletal muscle associated with the portion of the animal that is typically considered a carcass
A material produced without separate commercial intent during the manufacture, processing, or treatment of other materials or mixtures
Something produced in the making of something else; a secondary result; a side effect
Material, other than the principal product, generated as a consequence of an industrial process or as a breakdown product in a living system
Anything produced in the course of making another product
Any part of the catch which is kept or sold by the fisher but which is not the target species
(n ) - something produced in a process in addition to the main product
Material, other than the principal product, that is generated as a consequence of an industrial process Back to Top
a product made during the manufacture of something else
a product made during the manufacture of something else a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence
Product from a joint process that has a low sales value compared with the sales value of the main or joint product(s)
by-product by-products in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use byproduct1. A by-product is something which is produced during the manufacture or processing of another product. The raw material for the tyre is a by-product of petrol refining
revenue, net of transportation, refining and treatment charges, from the sale of metals derived in conjunction with the production of the primary mine metal
A substance obtained incidentally during the manufacture or production of some other substance
material other than the principal product that is generated as a consequence of an industrial process
Something that is a by-product of an event or situation happens as a result of it, although it is usually not expected or planned. A by-product of their meeting was the release of these fourteen men. = side-effect
A secondary metal or mineral product recovered in the milling process
a secondary product that is produced in addition to the primary product
Materials, other than the intended product, generated as a result of an industrial process
A useful and marketable product or service that is not the primary product or service being produced See also co-product
a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence
Material, other than the principal product, generated as a consequence of an industrial process
A secondary or additional mineral or mineral product
A joint product with very little value relative to the other joint products
A secondary or additional mineral or mineral product from a mine, refinery or a secondary refinery
byproduct
Material, other than the principal product, that is generated as a consequence of an industrial process
byproduct
{i} secondary product, something which is obtained from the manufacture of a different product; result of another action
byproduct
a product made during the manufacture of something else
byproduct
A chemical substance produced without a separate commercial intent during the manufacture, processing, use, or disposal of another/other chemical substance(s) or mixture(s) (Note: this is a 49 CFR definition, not to be confused with the definition for "By-product" Back to Top
byproduct
A secondary or additional product; something produced, as in the course of a manufacture, in addition to the principal product
byproduct
all non-product outputs of toxic or hazardous substances generated by a production unit, prior to handling, transfer, treatment or release
byproduct
Secondary product of less commercial value produced along with the principal product For example, corn gluten feed is a byproduct of corn milling to produce sweetners The preferred term is coproduct because it implies that the secondary product is also valuable
byproduct
Byproduct is (1) any radioactive material (except special nuclear material) yielded in, or made radioactive by, exposure to the radiation incident to the process of producing or using special nuclear material (as in a reactor); and (2) the tailings or wastes produced by the extraction or concentration of uranium or thorium from ore (see 10 CFR 20 1003)
byproduct
A secondary metal or mineral product recovered in the milling process
byproduct
something produced in a usually industrial or biological process in addition to the principal product
byproduct
(Ticaret) An item, automatically generated by the production process of another item, that has value and is inventoried. The byproduct is not scheduled but can be planned as an expected receipt as a result of scheduling the generating item, and its cost may be netted against the original item
byproduct
a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence
byproduct
An item, automatically generated by the production process of another item, that has value and is inventoried The byproduct is not scheduled but can be planned as an expected receipt as a result of scheduling the generating item, and its cost may be netted against the original item
by product

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    bay prädıkt

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    /ˈbī ˈprädəkt/ /ˈbaɪ ˈprɑːdəkt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bI, before consonants also ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, preposition & adverb, from Old English, preposition, be, bI; akin to Old High German bI by, near, Latin ambi- on both sides, around, Greek amphi.

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