cavity

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Boşluk. 2. Dişte çürük nedeni ile oluşmuş veya çürüğü temizleyip doldurmak üzere fazladan kesilerek hazırlanmış boşluk
{i} çürük
{i} (Anatomi) kavite, boşluk
(Mekanik) girinti
diş çukuru
(Mekanik) oluk
(Askeri) paralama hakkı haznesi
çukur
boşluk
oyuk
kative
(Elektrik, Elektronik) 1. Fiziki boyutlarının belirlediği bir frekansta rezonansa gelen salınım devresi. 2. Mikrodalga frekanslarında kullanılan yüksek seçicilikli boşluk rezonatörü.Mikrodalga frekanslarında çalışan bazı osilatör devrelerinde kullanılan frekans belirleyici eleman.3. Salınım devresi: Alçak geçiren, band geçiren ya da yüksek geçiren filtre devrelerinde kullanılan salınım devresi.4. Sabit frekanslı ya da mekanik olarak ayarlanabilen salınım devresi
(Askeri) PARALAMA HAKKI HAZNESİ: Bir merminin yüksek süratli infilak maddesiyle doldurulan iç kısmı
(Biyoloji) kavite
{i} delik
(Tıp) Kavite, sinus, cavitas, boşluk
{i} kovuk
{i} dişçi. çürük, oyuk
diş çürüğü dent
boslu
antrum
abdominal cavity
karın boşluğu
cavity frequency meter
boşluk frekansmetresi
cavity impedance
boşluk empedansı
cavity magnetron
oyuklu magnetron
cavity mode
boşluk modu
cavity of the eye
göz çukuru
cavity resonator
boşluk rezonatörü
cavity impedance
boşluk empedansi
cavity wall
kavite duvar
cavity block
(İnşaat) sandviç duvar bloğu
cavity brooder
(Denizbilim) çukurda kuluçkalayan
cavity concrete block wall
(İnşaat) sandviç duvar
cavity concrete block wall
(İnşaat) boşluklu çift duvar
cavity effect
boşluk tesiri
cavity modes
boşluk modları
cavity rustproofing
(Otomotiv) kavite pasyalıtımı
cavity rustproofing
(Otomotiv) iç pas yalıtımı
cavity source
oyuk kaynağı
cavity wall
boşluktu duvar
cavity wall
(İnşaat) sandviç duvar
cavity wall insulation
(İnşaat) boşluklu duvar yalıtım
cavity wavemeter
kovuklu dalgaölçer
cavity wavemeter
kovuklu dalgaolcer
chest cavity
göğüs boşluğu
hollow cavity insulation
(Otomotiv) çukur yerlerin korunması
marrow cavity
(Nükleer Bilimler) 1. Uzun tip kemiklerin merkezi bölümündeki boşluk2. İlik boşluğu3. İçinde kemik iliği bulunan boşluk
medullary cavity
(Nükleer Bilimler) 1. Uzun tip kemiklerin merkezi bölümündeki boşluk2. İlik boşluğu3. İçinde kemik iliği bulunan boşluk
oral cavity
(Tıp) ağıziçi boşluğu
buccal cavity
ağız boşluğu
coaxial cavity
koaksiyel boşluk
dorsal cavity
sırt boşluğu
final cavity adjustment
son boşluk ayarlaması
mouth cavity
ağız boşluğu
nasal cavity
burun boşluğu
oral cavity
ağız boşluğu
pelvic cavity
pelvis boşluğu
thoracic cavity
göğüs boşluğu
tubular cavity
borusal boşluk
tympanic cavity
timpan oyuğu
ventral cavity
karın boşluğu
cavities
diş çürükleri
coelomic cavity
(Anatomi) (Histoloji-Embriyoloji) Embriyonik gelişim sürecinde mezodermin iki katmanı arasında bulunan, aynı zamanda ileride vücut boşluğu hâlini alacak olan boşluk
cranial cavity
Kafatası boşluğu
cranial cavity
kraniyal kavite
leave behind a void, leave a cavity
bir boşluk geride bırakıp, bir boşluk bırakın
peritoneal cavity
Fıtık
tympanic cavity
Orta kulak boşluğu
uterine cavity
uterin kavite
filled cavity
dolu kovuk
filled cavity
tıkalı kovuk
fuse cavity
(Askeri) TAPA BOŞLUĞU: Bir imla hakkında tapanın gireceği boşluk
gill cavity
(Denizbilim) solungaç boşluğu
labial cavity
(Diş Hekimliği) bir dişin labial yüzünde yer alan kavite; V. Sınıf kavite
mantle cavity
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) manto boşluğu
mould cavity
(Gıda) kalıp boşluğu
orbital cavity
gözyuvası
pelvic cavity
alt karın boşluğu
proximal cavity
(Diş Hekimliği) Bir dişin mezial veya distal yüzünü etkileyen kavite Black3. Sınıf kavite
pulmonic cavity
(Dilbilim) akciğer boşluğu
resonance cavity
(Dilbilim) titreşim boşluğu
resonance cavity
(Dilbilim) tınlama boşluğu
resonant cavity
cinlamali kovuk
sting cavity
(Arılık) iğne boşluğu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A hollow area within the body (such as the sinuses)
A soft area in a decayed tooth
A hole or hollow depression
{n} hollowness, a hollow place, a cavern
a small hole in one of your teeth caused by tooth decay, also known as caries
(anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
The lay term for tooth decay Also, the technical term for the hole that is left after decay has been removed
A depression, or a set of matching depressions, in a plastics-forming mold which forms the outer surfaces of the molded articles
The empty space between studs or joists to place insulation batts
A metallic enclosure which can be made to resonate at a desired frequency Primarily used to describe a cavity filter, which is a highly-selective tuning element at microwave frequencies that may be used as the frequency-determining element of an oscillator, or as a lowpass, bandpass or highpass filter Generally of fixed frequency or mechanically tunable over a very limited frequency range
A hole in a tree often used by wildlife species, usually birds, for nesting, roosting, and reproduction
a hole in the lung where TB bacteria have eaten away the surrounding tissue If a cavity shows up on your chest x-ray, you are more likely to cough up bacteria and be infectious
Hollowness
The laser resonator, or tube, in which the lasing process occurs
A space between wall studs or attic joists where insulation is typically installed
A mold component that forms the exterior or external surface of the closure
a hole in the lung where TB bacteria have eaten away the surrounding tissue
(anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth space that is surrounded by something
An open space enclosed within something solid
the recess or impressions in a die in which the casting is formed
{i} hole, empty space; caries, tooth decay (Pathology)
a hollow space within the lung, visible on a chest x-ray, that may contain many tubercle bacilli; often occurs in people with severe pulmonary TB disease
A layman's term for tooth decay Also, the dental term for the hole that is left after decay has been removed
A topological error in which an island of gray matter voxels is stranded in a sea of white matter Such errors are important in the reconstruction of the gray matter surface See also topolgy and handle
soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth
A small hole in one of your teeth caused by tooth decay
The cavity formed by the spacer bar between the two panes of glass in double-glazed units, is generally filled with air The air can be replaced with argon for example, for enhanced thermal insulation or with sulphur hexafluoride for improved acoustic performance
A cavity is a space or hole in something such as a solid object or a person's body
A hollow place; a hollow; as, the abdominal cavity
A space enclosed by a conducting surface used as a resonant circuit at microwave frequencies Cavity space geometry determines the resonant frequency A storage area for oscillating electromagnetic energy
An inclusion consisting of a large or deep opening in the diamond
a sizeable hole (usually in the ground); "they dug a pit to bury the body"
  A volume defined by conductor-dielectric or dielectric-dielectric reflective boundaries, or a combination of both, and having dimensions designed to produce specific interference effects (constructive or destructive) when excited by an electromagnetic wave
A hole in a tree often used by wildlife species, usually birds, for nesting roosting, and reproduction
In dentistry, a cavity is a hole in a tooth, caused by decay. cavities a hole or space inside something. buccal cavity oral cavity abdominal cavity cavity wall thoracic cavity chest cavity
A hole on the tooth
A cavity is a destruction of tooth enamel Cavities occur when foods containing carbohydrates (sugars and starches) such as milk, soft drinks, raisins, cakes or candy are frequently left on the teeth Bacteria that live in the mouth thrive on these foods, producing acids as a result Over time, these acids destroy tooth enamel, resulting in cavities This process is also called "tooth decay "
space that is surrounded by something
- A mold component which forms the exterior or external surface of the closure
cavity quantum electrodynamics
The coupled interaction between matter and an electromagnetic field within a resonating structure
cavity wall
A double wall of masonry connected by an air space
cavity wall
A wall formed from two thicknesses of bricks with a space between them
cavity wall
a wall formed of two thicknesses of masonry with a space between them
cavity wall
A cavity wall is a wall that consists of two separate walls with a space between them. Cavity walls help to keep out noise and cold. cavity wall insulation. a wall consisting of two walls with a space between them to keep out cold and noise. In architecture, a double wall consisting of two wythes (vertical layers) of masonry separated by an air space and joined together by metal ties. The cavity allows moisture that penetrates the exterior wythe to drain. Cavity walling is used as both non-load-bearing infill for framed buildings and for bearing-wall construction
cavity wall
A type of building wall construction consisting of an outer wall fastened to an inner wall separated by an air space
cavity wall
An architectural term for a wall that is not solid
cavity wall
Wall of two leaves effectively tied together with wall tie with a space between them, usually at least 50mm wide
cavity wall
a carton or fitment where the sidewalls are constructed so as to form a hollow frame effect   
cavity wall
A masonry wall having an internal air space
cavity wall
a wall built or arranged to provide an air space within the wall (with or without insulating material), in which the inner and outer materials are tied together by structural framing
abdominal cavity
The hollow portion of the torso within the abdomen, containing the abdominal organs, in mammals below the diaphragm
body cavity
The cavity within the body of animals which contains the viscera
buccal cavity
The oral cavity, bound by the cheeks of the face, the palate, and the flesh of the mandible, opening onto the mouth and the fauces, and containing the teeth, tongue, gums, and other structures
buccal cavity
The first part of the stomodaeum, lying just within the mouth; its dilator muscles arising on the clypeus, and inserted before the frontal ganglion and its connectives
buckle cavity
Malapropistic misconstruction of buccal cavity

Immanent sound in the human body is grouped into five types on the basis of its quality of development from the root of the naval to the cerebrum and the buckle cavity of the mouth through the heart and the throat.

exocoelomic cavity
The yolk sac
nasal cavity
A large air-filled space above and behind the nose in the middle of the face
oral cavity
mouth
orbital cavity
An eye socket
pleural cavity
The body cavity that surrounds the lungs and is enclosed by the pleura
marrow cavity
The medullary cavity (medulla, innermost part) is the central cavity of bone shafts where red bone marrow and/or yellow bone marrow (adipose tissue) is stored; hence, the medullary cavity is also known as the marrow cavity
medullary cavity
The medullary cavity (medulla, innermost part) is the central cavity of bone shafts where red bone marrow and/or yellow bone marrow (adipose tissue) is stored; hence, the medullary cavity is also known as the marrow cavity
abdominal cavity
space inside the abdomen, space where the stomach liver and other organs are located
abdominal cavity
Largest hollow space of the body, between the diaphragm and the top of the pelvic cavity and surrounded by the spine and the abdominal muscles and others. It contains most of the alimentary canal, the liver and pancreas, the spleen, the kidneys, and the adrenal glands. It is lined by the peritoneum, a membrane covering the cavity's inside wall (parietal peritoneum) and each organ or structure in it (visceral peritoneum). Disorders include ascites (fluid in the peritoneal cavity) and peritonitis
abdominal cavity
the cavity containing the major viscera; in mammals it is separated from the thorax by the diaphragm
amniotic cavity
the fluid-filled cavity that surrounds the developing embryo
buccal cavity
the cavity between the jaws and the cheeks
cavities
plural of cavity
chest cavity
the cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart
cranial cavity
the cavity enclosed by the cranium
nasal cavity
either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the face to the pharynx
oral cavity
space within the mouth
oral cavity
The mouth, whose boundaries are the lips and teeth in the front and the soft palate in the rear
oral cavity
The mouth
oral cavity
mouth: the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge; "he stuffed his mouth with candy"
pelvic cavity
the space bounded by the bones of the pelvis and containing the pelvic viscera
pericardial cavity
the space between the layers of the pericardium that contains fluid that lubricates the membrane surfaces and allows easy heart movement
peritoneal cavity
the interior of the peritoneum; a potential space between layers of the peritoneum
pleural cavity
the cavity in the thorax that contains the lungs
pleural cavity
The potential space between the two layers of the pleura. Also called pleural space
pulp cavity
the central cavity of a tooth containing the pulp (including the root canal)
thoracic cavity
or chest cavity Second largest hollow space of the body, enclosed by the ribs, vertebral column, and breastbone and separated from the abdominal cavity by the diaphragm. It contains the lungs and bronchi, part of the esophagus and trachea, and the heart and major blood vessels. A membrane called the pleura lines the cavity (parietal pleura) and continues over the lung (visceral pleura) and the rest of the cavity's contents, defining a space called the mediastinum. Disorders include blood (hemothorax) or air (pneumothorax, which can lead to atelectasis) in the pleural cavity and inflammation of the pleura (pleurisy)
thoracic cavity
the cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart
thoracic cavity
space inside the chest, anatomic cavity where the lungs and heart are located
tubular cavity
a cavity having the shape of a tube
tympanic cavity
A large, irregularly shaped cavity of the middle ear
uterine cavity
the space inside the uterus between the cervical canal and the Fallopian tubes
cavity