chalking

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kimya) tebeşirlenme
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chalk
tebeşir

O, bir parça tebeşir aldı. - He took out a piece of chalk.

Bana bir parça tebeşir getir. - Bring me a piece of chalk.

chalk
{f} beyazlatmak
chalk
{i} kireç taşı
chalk
(İnşaat) kalker
chalk
yemek
chalk
tebeşirle yazmak

Tebeşirle yazmak saçmadır. - Writing with chalk is trivial.

Tebeşirle yazmak kolay değil. - It is not easy to write in chalk.

chalk
kireçtaşı
chalk
(Argo) met
chalk
(Bahis) favori
chalk
(Jeoloji) tebeşir taşı
chalk
veresiye verilen şey için koyulan işaret
chalk
tebeşirle çizilen çizgi
chalk
tebeşir katmak
chalk
tebeşirle çizmek
chalk
esas olarak kokolit ve foraminiferler gibi mikroorganizmaların kalkerli iskeletlerinden oluşan ince-daneli ve gözenekli bir kayaç
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tebeşirle konan işaret
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rengini açmak
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chalk tebeşirle yaz
chalk
{f} up (sayı/puan) kazanmak/kaydetmek
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tebeşirle karıştırmak
chalk
tebeşir,v.tebeşirle yaz: n.tebeşir
chalk
kireçtaşı/tebeşir
chalk
(Tıp) Eklemlerde meydanag elen madeni birikme
chalk
(Tıp) Tebeşir, kalsiyum, karbonatın billüri olmayan şekli
chalk
sayı veya puan kaydetmek
chalk
tebeşir (taşı)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of chalk
The appearance of non-gloss paint on an exterior surface due to chemical deterioration and removal by weather
Loose powder forming on the surface of a paint after exposure to the elements
Formation of a powder on the surface of a paint film caused by disintegration of the binder during weathering Can be affected by the choice of pigment or binder
Formation of a friable powder on the surface of a coating giving a chalky appearance Caused by disintegration of the binder by weathering (oxidation and or UV degradation) and release of the pigments and/or extenders at the surface The "Chalk" can be removed from the surface by rubbing which reveals the original colour beneath If left the clalk will generally reappear Epoxy coatings are paticularly prone to the phenemenon Not to be confused with FADING CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO ENLARGEPHOTOS COURTESY KVB
Poor drying of printed materials that results in inks that flake off
The formation of a friable powdery coating on the surface of a paint film, generally caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation resulting in a loss of gloss
A term used to describe the quality of print on paper where the absorption of the paper is so great that it breaks up the ink image creating loose pigment dust
A term that describes improper drying of ink, in which pigment dusts off because the ink has been absorbed too rapidly into the paper
a dry, chalk-like appearance or deposit on the surface of a plastic
Formation of a powdery surface condition due to disintegration of surface binder or elastomer due in turn to weathering or other destructive environments Chalking may be detected by rubbing the film with the fingertip It can be measured by rubbing a piece of felt or velvet of contrasting color across the sample and comparing the amount of chalk picked up by the cloth with the photographic standards shown in ASTM D-699
The result of weathering of a paint film resulting in a white powdery appearance
Deterioration of a printed image caused by ink that absorbs into paper too fast or has long exposure to sun, and wind making printed images look dusty Also called crocking
deterioration of a printed image caused if ink absorbs into paper too fast or has long exposure to sun making image look dusty Also called crocking
Deterioration of the surface of an exterior paint upon weathering into a faded, powdery substance Chalking occurs when the paint's binder is degraded by harsh environmental conditions Chalk should be removed prior to repainting
Formation of a powdery surface condition due to disintegration of surface binder or elastomer, caused by weathering or other destructive environments
a screen printed ink in which the pigment is not properly bound to the substrate and can be easily rubbed off in the form of a powder, usually after exposure to the elements
Improper drying of ink Pigment dusts off because the ink solution vehicle has been absorbed too rapidly into the paper
the formation of a powdery surface condition due to disintegration of surface binder or elastomer by weathering or other destructive environments
The formation of a powdery coating on the surface of a paint film caused by disintegration of the binding medium by action of the weather Characteristics - Distinguishing features which, by their extent, number and character, determine the quality of a piece of lumber
(Corrosion Eng ) The development of loose removable powder at or beneath a coating on metallic surfaces
paint deterioration caused by loss of paint binder, leaving dried pigments
Refers to improper drying of ink Pigments dust off because ink has been absorbed too rapidly into the paper
Formation of a friable powder on the surface of a paint film caused by the disintegration of the binder due to ultraviolet (UV) light
[in printing] a term which refers to the improper drying of ink Pigment dusts off because the vehicle has been absorbed too quickly
the degradation or migration of an ingredient, in paints, coatings, or other materials
chalking up
Present participle of chalk up
chalk
The prediction that there will be no upsets, and the favored competitor will win
chalk
A platoon-sized group of airborne soldiers
chalk
To record a score or event, as if on a chalkboard
chalk
Tailor's chalk
chalk
A piece of chalk, or, more often, processed compressed chalk, that is used for drawing and for writing on a blackboard
chalk
To record something, as on a blackboard, using chalk
war chalking
The activity of drawing symbols denoting areas of Wi-Fi capability
war chalking
Present participle of war chalk
chalk
{v} to mark or manure with chalk, to point out
chalk
{n} carbonic acid and lime, or carbonate of lime, a neutral salt, powerfully absorbent
chalk
Not regular children's chalk, this is specially designed to be safe for Scrapbooking and used in similar paper arts
chalk
Pigments mixed with gum and pressed into a stick form for use as crayons Pastel is similar, but less tightly bound
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Anegmirs
chalk
Finely prepared chalk, used as a drawing implement; also, by extension, a compound, as of clay and black lead, or the like, used in the same manner
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Chalk is a type of soft white rock. You can use small pieces of it for writing or drawing with. the highest chalk cliffs in Britain Her skin was chalk white and dry-looking
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A soft, earthy substance, of a white, grayish, or yellowish white color, consisting of calcium carbonate, and having the same composition as common limestone
chalk
{f} write or mark with chalk
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A powdery residue on the surface of a material
chalk
To use powdered chalk to mark the lines on a playing field
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White or other color chalk marks used by mills for some form of identification marking defects for repair
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To manure with chalk, as land
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n white drying agent used to keep a climbers hands dry Sometimes called "white courage" 2 (vb ) to apply chalk to hands
chalk
write, draw, or trace with chalk
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Chiefly composed of calcium carbonate, chalk was used for a variety of purposes in manuscript production: as a pounce when preparing the parchment surface; as a component of gesso or another ground; as a white pigment; as an alkaline component in pigments (serving to modify the colour of certain organic pigments, such as folium, and to lighten and increase the opacity of others); or as a drawing medium
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Calcium carbonate, either natural or artificially prepared, finely ground to make a white substance used in gesso It may be pressed in sticks and used in its white form, or mixed with colored pigments to make pastels
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To apply chalk to anything, such as the tip of a billiards cue
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Form of limestone This sedimentary rock is composed of the shells and skeletons of marine microorganisms
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A soft, white, powdery limestone
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Calcium carbonate, either natural or artificially prepared, finely ground to make the white substance to prepare canvas for painting called gesso It may be pressed into sticks and used in its white form, or mixed with colored pigments to make pastels
chalk
A white powdery substance used to prevent hands slipping from holds when climbing
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a piece of chalk (or similar substance) used for writing on blackboards or other surfaces
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Designated troops, equipment, and/or cargo that constitute a complete aircraft load
chalk
amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
chalk
To make white, as with chalk; to make pale; to bleach
chalk
Soft, white, sedimentary rock of calcium carbonate Acts as an aquifer
chalk
I'll chalk out your path for you- i e lay it down or plan it out as a carpenter or ship-builder plans out his work with a piece of chalk I can walk a chalk as well as you I am no more drunk than you are The allusion is to the ordeal on board ship of trying men suspected of drunkenness They were required to walk along a line chalked on the deck, without deviating to the right or left The tapster is undone by chalk, i e credit The allusion is to scoring up credit on a tally with chalk This was common enough early in the nineteenth century, when milk scores, bread scores, as well as beer scores were general Chalk it up Put it to his credit As good-humoured sarcasm, Chalk it up! is tantamount to saying, “What you have done so astonishes me that I must make some more or less permanent record of it ”
chalk
A soft form of limestone that is not well cemented and thus is often powdery and brittle
chalk
emphasis If you say that two people or things are like chalk and cheese, you are emphasizing that they are completely different from each other. The two places, he insists, are as different as chalk and cheese We are very aware of our differences, we accept that we are chalk and cheese. Soft, fine-grained, easily pulverized, white-to-grayish variety of limestone, composed of the shells of minute marine organisms. The purest varieties contain up to 99% calcium carbonate in the form of the mineral calcite. Extensive deposits occur in western Europe south of Sweden and in England, notably in the chalk cliffs of Dover along the English Channel. Other extensive deposits occur in the U.S. from South Dakota to Texas and eastward to Alabama. Chalk is used for making lime and portland cement and as a soil additive. Finely ground and purified chalk is known as whiting and is used as a filler, extender, or pigment in a wide variety of materials, including ceramics, putty, cosmetics, crayons, plastics, rubber, paper, paints, and linoleum. The chalk commonly used in classrooms is a manufactured substance rather than natural chalk
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{i} white limestone; object which is made of limestone (or something which resembles limestone) and is used for writing on blackboards or slates
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Tailors chalk
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Pigments mixed with gum and pressed into a stick form, for use as crayons
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a soft whitish calcite
chalk
a pure flat white with little reflectance
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To rub or mark with chalk
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If you chalk something, you draw or write it using a piece of chalk. He chalked the message on the blackboard There was a blackboard with seven names chalked on it
chalk
a piece of chalk (or similar substance) used for writing on blackboards or other surfaces a pure flat white with little reflectance a soft whitish calcite write, draw, or trace with chalk
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A white, powdery substance that climbers plunge their hands into when they're getting really nervous about their next move Said to help dry sweaty hands, chalking up seems to serve more as a psychological pacifier than a boost to physical proficiency
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Chalk is small sticks of chalk, or a substance similar to chalk, used for writing or drawing with. somebody writing with a piece of chalk. drawing a small picture with coloured chalks
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(n ) white drying agent used to keep a climbers hands dry Sometimes called "white courage" 2 (vb ) to apply chalk to hands
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Methamphetamine (speed)
chalking