chamber

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} oda

Güzel bir kız kale yakınına geldiğinde, bir kuşa dönüştürüldü ve peri ona bir kafese koydu ve kale içindeki bir odaya astı. - When any pretty maiden came near the castle, she was changed into a bird, and the fairy put her into a cage, and hung her up in a chamber in the castle.

Birçok küçük işletme sahipleri bir ticaret odasına aittir. - Many small business owners belong to a chamber of commerce.

hazne
{i} bölme
(Kanun) yargıç odası
lonca
kamara
oda vermek
(Jeoloji) loca
(Denizbilim) kap
kompartıman
(Tıp) kapalı yer
(Tıp) odacık
meclis
ilginç
kapalı bölüm
{f} oda ver
düşündürücü
özel bir amaç için ayrılmış oda
uğraştırıcı olma
jüri üyesine itiraz
Meslek odası

The chamber of environmental engineering raises an objection to new law.

{i} yatak odası
{i} mahkeme, komisyon
{i} fişek yatağı
oda,v.oda ver: n.oda
{i} kamara, İngiliz yasama meclisi
{i} yasama meclisi
{i} boşluk
teşrii meclis
{i} kabul salonu
{i} büro
{i} daire
{i} oda, yatak odası, özel oda
hâkimin oturum dışı konularda çalıştıgı oda
(Askeri) HÜCRE: bkz: "ballonet balloon"
{i} hakimin özel odası
saray veya resmi ikametgah odası
(Askeri) Fişek yatağı, barut yatağı, mermi yatağı
fişek yatağı odaya koymak
(Hukuk) senato
(Tıp) dolap
(Avcılık) mermi yatağı
hazne (tüfek)
(Politika, Siyaset) saray
kısım
(Politika, Siyaset) resmi konut
(Tıp) tank
hazne (silah)
salon
ingiliz yasama meclisi
karain
chamber of secrets
Sırlar odası
chamber blasting
odalı patlatma
chamber counsel
müşavir avukat
chamber drying
kompartman kurutması
chamber music
oda müziği
chamber of accounts
sayıştay
chamber of agriculture
ziraat odası
chamber of commerce
Ticaret Odası
chamber of commerce and industry
ticaret ve sanayi odası
chamber of industry
sanayi odası
chamber of shipping
armatörler birliği
chamber orchestra
oda orkestrası
chamber pot
lazımlık
chamber pot
küvet
Chamber of Electrical Engineering
Elektrik Mühendisleri Odası
Chamber of architects
(Mimarlık) Mimarlar odası
chamber dosimeter
Röntgen işini ölçeği

a 10-cm chamber dosimeter is used to measure theintegrated dose for a single conventional scan.

chamber maid
oda hizmetçisi
chamber of arbitrage
hakem heyeti
chamber of artisans
esnaf odası
chamber of horrors
Korku tüneli
chamber of pharmacists
eczacılar odası
chamber cantata
(Muzik) oda kantatı
chamber concert
oda müziği konseri
chamber counsel
(Kanun) istişare avukatı
chamber drying
(Tekstil) kompartıman kurutması
chamber flight
(Havacılık) uçuş odası
chamber flight
(Havacılık) uçuş simülatörü
chamber of deputies
(Fiili Deyim ) millet meclisi
chamber pot
lazımlık,oturak
chamber pot
sürgü
environmental chamber
Klima odası
magma chamber
magma ocağı
dark chamber
(Fotoğrafçılık) karanlık oda
decompression chamber
(Askeri,Teknik) basınç odası
developing chamber
(Tıp) yürütme tankı
drying chamber
(Gıda) kurutma bölmesi
dust chamber
toz odası
entering the nuptial chamber
gerdeğe girme
inspection chamber
kontrol odası
jet chamber
(Otomotiv) jikle hücresi
settling chamber
(Denizbilim) çökeltme kabı
settling chamber
(Denizbilim) durultma kabı
settling chamber
(Çevre) durultma odası
surge chamber
denge bacası
surge chamber
denge odası
swirl chamber
türbülans odası
vacuum chamber
vakum odası
air chamber
tenek odacığı
air chamber
hava odacığı
alpha chamber
alfa hücresi
anterior chamber
ön kamara
audience chamber
kabul salonu
boron chamber
bor hücresi
bubble chamber
kabarcık odası
cloud chamber
sis odası
combustion chamber
yanma odası
compression chamber
sıkıştırma odası
drying chamber
kurutma odası
explosion chamber
patlama odası
gas chamber
gaz odası

Leyla suçlarından dolayı gaz odasına gidecek. - Layla will go to the gas chamber for her crimes.

gill chamber
solungaç boşluğu
homogeneous ionization chamber
homojen iyonizasyon odası
hot air chamber
sıcak hava odacığı
ignition chamber
ateşleme odası
intake chamber
emme odası
ionization chamber
iyonlaşma odası
jet chamber
jet odası
lock chamber
oda kilidi
lower chamber
avam kamarası
lower chamber
halk meclisi
piston chamber
piston yatağı
posterior chamber
arka kamara
preheating chamber
önısıtma odası
presence chamber
dinlenme odası
pressure chamber
basınç hücresi
two-chamber system
çift meclis jüyesi
vitreous chamber
vitreus boşluğu
THE UNION OF CHAMBER AND COMMODITY EXCHANGES OF TURKEY
TÜRKİYE ODALAR VE BORSALAR BİRLİĞİ
accelerating chamber
hızlandırma odası
burial chamber
Defin odası
chambered
oda ver(mek)
climate chamber
(Bilim, İlim) iklim odası
combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) Yanma kabini
death chamber
ölüm odası
fission chamber
fisyon odası, yarilim odacigi
groom of the chamber
Odanın damat
heating chamber
ısıtma kamarası
hot air chamber
sıcak hava odacigi
litigation chamber
(Kanun) Dava dairesi
open combustion chamber
açık yanma odası
plenum chamber
plenum odası
preheating chamber
önisitma odası
pulp chamber
(Diş) Pulpa odacığı, pulpa odası

Işık aktivasyonlu diş beyazlatma, pulpa odasında sıcaklık artışına sebep olabilir.

pulse ionization chamber
darbe iyonizasyon odası
torture chamber
İşkence odası, işkence yapılan yer
turbulence chamber
türbülans odası, dönel yanma odası
valve chamber
supap yuvası, supap hücresi
Splice chamber
(Tekstil) Splays bölmesi
air chamber
hava haznesi
air chamber
hava hücresi
baffle chamber
bölmeli oda
body chamber
gövde/vücut odası
body chamber
gövde locası
boron chamber
(Fizik) boron hücresi
bridal chamber
zifaf odası
bridal chamber
gelin odası
brood chamber
(Arılık) kuluçkalık
butter valve chamber
kelebek vana odası
catalyst chamber
katalizör hücresi
chambered
odalı
chambered
(sıfat) odalı
chambered
oda ver
chambering
(Askeri) FİŞEĞİN FİŞEK YATAĞINA SÜRÜLMESİ: Hafif ateşli silahların çalışmasında, besleme tertibatı vasıtasıyle silaha sürülmüş olan fişeğin fişek yatağına sürülmesi
chambers
kiralık odalar
chambers
i., çoğ. hâkimin oturum dışı konularda çalıştığı yer
chambers
(isim) kiralık odalar
circular chamber
dairevi bölme
cloud chamber
wilson hücresi
cloud chamber
bulut odacığı
combustion chamber
(Havacılık,Teknik) ateşleme odası
combustion chamber
yanına hücresi
combustion chamber lining
yanma odası örülmesi
combustion chamber volume
(Otomotiv) yanma odası hacmi
conditioning chamber
termo -vakum
council chamber
meclis salonu
damping chamber
sönümleme odası
decompression chamber
basınç azaltma hücresi
demolition chamber
(Askeri) tahrip odası
demolition chamber
(Askeri) İMHA ÇUKURU (BOŞLUĞU): Patlayıcı maddelerin yerleştirilmesi için amaçlı olarak temin edilen boşluk
demolition chamber
(Askeri) imha boşluğu
diving chamber
(Askeri) basınç azaltma odası
echo chamber
(Biyoloji,Fizik) yankı odası
environmental test chamber
klima odası
expansion chamber
genişleme kabı
expansion chamber
buhar hücresi
expansion chamber
genleşme haznesi
firing chamber
yanma hücresi
firing chamber
yanma odası
fission chamber
(Fizik) yarılım odacığı
flash chamber
(Otomotiv) buharlaştırma odası
float chamber
(Otomotiv) şamandıra haznesi
float chamber
(Otomotiv) şamandıra kabı
foam chamber
köpük odası
gas flow chamber ionization
(Nükleer Bilimler) gaz akışlı iyon ayrışma odası
gill chamber
(Denizbilim) solungaç odacığı
high pressure chamber
yüksek basınç odası/locası
humid chamber
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) nemli odacık
inlet chamber
emme odası
intake chamber
(Otomotiv) emme hücresi
intake chamber
(Otomotiv) giriş haznesi
ion chamber
(Askeri) İYON ODASI: Bak. "ionization chamber"
ion chamber pocket dosemeter
(Nükleer Bilimler) iyon odalı cep dozimetresi
ionization chamber pocket dosimeter
(Nükleer Bilimler) iyon odalı cep dozimetresi,iyon odalı cep
laboratory test chamber
(Çevre) laboratuvar deneme odası
laboratory test chamber
labaratuar deneme odası
mixing chamber
hava karışım hücresi
mixing chamber
karıştırma haznesi
mixing chamber
karışım odası
outlet chamber
tahliye odası
ozone aging test chamber
(İnşaat) ozon dayanım test odası
packed chamber
salmastra kutusu
pocket chamber
cep dozimetresi
posterior aqueous chamber
(Biyoloji) art oda
powder chamber
(Askeri) barut haznesi
powder chamber
(Askeri) BARUT HAZNESİ: Bir silah namlusunda, tepkisiz cephaneye ait sevk barutunun konduğu ve iştial ettiği kısım
precombustion chamber
(İnşaat) ön yanma odası
presence chamber
(Politika, Siyaset) resepsiyon salonu
reaction chamber
(Kimya,Teknik) reaksiyon odası
İngilizce - İngilizce
An enclosed space. For example, a test chamber is typically a closable case where devices under test are placed
In a firearm, this is the portion of the weapon that holds the ammunition round immediately prior to (and during initiation of) its discharge

Dianne loaded a cartridge into the chamber of the rifle, then prepared to take aim at the target.

One of the legislative bodies in a government where multiple such bodies exist, or a single such body in comparison to others

The resolution, which speedily passed the Senate, was unable to gain a majority in the lower chamber.

To enclose in a room

She had chambered herself in her room, and wouldn't come out.

In martial arts, to prepare an offensive, defensive, or counteroffensive action by drawing a limb or weapon to a position where it may be charged with kinetic energy

Bob chambered his fist for a blow, but Sheila, having studied her Agrippa, used Bruce Lee's one-inch punch to break his nose.

To place in a chamber, as a round of ammunition

The hunter fired at the geese and missed, then shrugged his shoulders and chambered another cartridge.

To create or modify a gun to be a specific caliber

The rifle was originally chambered for 9MM, but had since been modified for a larger, wildcat caliber.

A room, especially one used primarily for sleeping; bedroom, sleeping room

As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.

{i} room (particularly a bedroom); office; meeting room; legislature; compartment
{v} to riot, revel, intrigue, keep close
{n} a part of a house, gune or mine, a cavity
when of different diameter from the rest of the bore; formerly, in guns, made smaller than the bore, but now larger, esp
(see holding chamber) This is a component of the AeroMask* Equine System that holds the aerosol cloud in suspension while the horse inhales It serves to separate the large, non-respirable particles from the small particles which are inhaled
a room used primarily for sleeping
an upper room used for sleeping; a bedroom; as, the house had four chambers
a natural or artificial enclosed space a room where a judge transacts business an enclosed volume (as the aqueous chamber of the eyeball or the chambers of the heart) a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly; "the upper chamber is the senate"
A chamber is a large room, especially one that is used for formal meetings. We are going to make sure we are in the council chamber every time he speaks
Apartments in a lodging house
(also called holding chamber) This is a component of the AeroKat* Feline Aerosol Chamber that holds the aerosol cloud in suspension while the feline inhales It serves to separate the large, non-respirable particles from the small particles which are inhaled
The meeting place for the membership of either the House or the Senate
A meeting place for either the House or Senate (as opposed to a committee room)
Either the House of Representatives or the Senate
You can refer to a country's parliament or to one section of it as a chamber. More than 80 parties are contesting seats in the two-chamber parliament Signor Amato's government has only a 16-seat majority in the Chamber of Deputies. = house
The place where a house of parliament sits In Queensland there is only one active chamber, the Legislative Assembly The Legislative Council was abolished in 1922
The bodies, the Senate and the House of Representatives that comprise Congress and [2] the ornate meeting rooms in the Capitol building where the Senate and the House conducts its business
Also known as the "floor," it is the room in which the Senate or the House of Representatives meets
To furnish with a chamber; as, to chamber a gun
A compartment or cell; an inclosed space or cavity; as, the chamber of a canal lock; the chamber of a furnace; the chamber of the eye
A legislative or judicial body; an assembly; a society or association; as, the Chamber of Deputies; the Chamber of Commerce
A legislative, judicial or deliberative assembly
The meeting place for the membership of either house of the legislature where official business by the entire membership is conducted
—A place where the legislative body meets to conduct business In the U S we have two chambers, one each for the House and Senate respectively
a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly; "the upper chamber is the senate"
the meeting room of a house of Parliament a law-making body
A hall, as where a king gives audience, or a deliberative body or assembly meets; as, presence chamber; senate chamber
place in a chamber
an enclosed volume (as the aqueous chamber of the eyeball or the chambers of the heart)
  The official room or location for meetings of a legislative body
To be lascivious
Another word for House of Representatives of Senate Also refers to the actual room where legislative action takes place
a natural or artificial enclosed space
A chamber is a room designed and equipped for a particular purpose. For many, the dentist's surgery remains a torture chamber. see also gas chamber. bubble chamber chamber music chamber of commerce cloud chamber Star Chamber hyperbaric chamber recompression chamber decompression chamber
That part of the bore of a piece of ordnance which holds the charge, esp
{f} place in a chamber; assign a room to
A narrower portion of the bore, at its base Most typically found in howitzers, it allows a projectile to be fired using less powder than a gun of the same caliber
The meeting place for the membership of either the House or Senate A chamber is often referred to as "the floor "
as regards the U S government, either the House of Representatives or the Senate
Part of the gun in which the propellant charge is placed In a bag gun, that space between the obturator or breechblock and the forcing cone In fixed or semi-fixed ammunition, the space occupied by the cartridge case
A short piece of ordnance or cannon, which stood on its breech, without any carriage, formerly used chiefly for rejoicings and theatrical cannonades
The rear part of the barrel that is formed to accept the cartridge to be fired A revolver employs a multi-chambered rotating cylinder separated from the stationary barrel
A room or rooms where a lawyer transacts business; a room or rooms where a judge transacts such official business as may be done out of court
The rear end of a gun barrel, into which the powder charge was rammed when loading Chambers of howitzers and mortars were usually smaller in diameter then the bore
A cavity in a mine, usually of a cubical form, to contain the powder
The place in which the senate or house of representatives meet Also a generic way to refer to a house of the legislature
To shut up, as in a chamber
the meeting room of a house of Parliament
The place where the Senate and House of Representatives meet
a room where a judge transacts business
in breech-loading guns
1) An Echo Chamber (a room designed with very hard, non-parallel surfaces equipped with a speaker and microphone so that when dry signals from the console are fed to the speaker, the microphone will have a reverberation of these signals that can be mixed in with the dry signals at the console) 2) A program in a delay/reverb effects device that simulates the sound of an Echo Chamber
A retired room, esp
To reside in or occupy a chamber or chambers
A chamber pot
The Assembly or Senate chamber where Floor Sessions are held
chamber ensemble
A musical ensemble of modest size, to play chamber music; can be more specifically named after its number (from duo to nonet) and/or type(s) (e.g. wood, brass, strings) of instruments
chamber music
A genre of classical music written for a small group of instruments
chamber of commerce
an association of businesses to promote their interests in a community

The US Chamber of Commerce represents Big Business nationally, but state and local chambers of commerce are for smaller businesses locally.

chamber orchestra
An orchestra of modest size, to play chamber music, yet larger then the various chamber ensembles named after their number of instruments (from duo to nonet)
chamber orchestras
plural form of chamber orchestra
chamber organ
a small pipe organ
chamber pot
A bowl kept in a bedroom to serve as a temporary toilet
chamber pots
plural form of chamber pot
chamber-work
Sex, fornication

Jacchinus instanceth in a patient of his, that married a young wife in a hot summer, “and so dried himself with chamber-work, that he became in short space, from melancholy, mad”: he cured him by moistening remedies.

chamber-work
The work of a chambermaid
chamber of commerce
An association of businessmen whose purpose is to promote commercial and industrial interests in the community
chamber of commerce
An organisation of a group of local businesses who get together to help each other with things like training and marketing
chamber of commerce
an association of businessmen to protect and promote business interests
chamber of horrors
A place of entertainment containing instruments or scenes of torture or execution (from the name given to a room in Madame Tussaud's waxwork exhibition)
chamber concert
concert of chamber music (music suited for performance in a room or small auditorium and having about two to ten solo instruments)
chamber music
serious music performed by a small group of musicians
chamber music
music designed for two to ten musicians and intended to be played in a small theater
chamber music
Chamber music is classical music written for a small number of instruments. Compositions traditionally intended for performance in a private room or small concert hall and written for an instrumental ensemble, such as a trio or quartet, with one player for each part. classical music written for a small group of instruments. Music composed for small instrumental ensembles and performed without a conductor. Traditionally intended for performance in a room or reception hall, often solely for the performers' own pleasure, chamber music is now often heard in concert halls. It began with the 16th-century instrumental consort, and long continued to be associated with aristocratic households. The duo sonata (usually for violin and continuo) and trio sonata appeared in early 17th-century Italy. The string quartet arose in the 1750s and remains the best-known chamber genre and ensemble. The serenade, nocturne, and divertimento were Classical genres for varying instrumental forces, often intended to accompany meals and other activities. Standard ensembles include the string trio (violin, viola, cello), string quintet (two violins, two violas, cello), and piano trio (piano, violin, cello). The chamber orchestra, usually with fewer than 25 musicians, is often used for 18th-century music and usually requires a conductor. See also sonata
chamber of commerce
organization that organizes businesses in town
chamber of commerce
A chamber of commerce is an organization of businessmen that promotes local commercial interests. An association of businesspersons and merchants for the promotion of commercial interests in the community. chambers of commerce a group of business people in a particular town or area, working together to improve trade. or commercial association Any of various voluntary organizations of business firms, public officials, professional people, and public-spirited citizens whose primary interest is in publicizing, promoting, and developing commercial and industrial opportunities in their local area, and usually also community schools, streets, housing, and public works. The International Chamber of Commerce (founded 1920) acts as the voice of the business community in the international field and runs a court of arbitration for settling commercial disputes. National chambers of commerce exist in most industrialized, free-enterprise countries. The first to use the name was founded in Paris in 1601; the first U.S. chamber of commerce was that of the state of New York, founded in 1768
chamber of commerce
group of business owners which promotes commercial interests
chamber of commerce
An organization of business people designed to advance the interests of its members There are three levels: national, state and local
chamber of deputies
lower house of parliament (in the Italian government)
chamber orchestra
{i} group of 2 to 10 musicians which play chamber music
chamber orchestra
A chamber orchestra is a small orchestra which plays classical music. a small group of musicians who play classical music together
chamber orchestra
small orchestra; usually plays classical music
chamber pot
A chamber pot is a round container shaped like a very large cup. Chamber pots used to be kept in bedrooms so that people could urinate in them instead of having to leave their room during the night. A portable vessel used in a bedroom as a toilet. a round container for urine, used in a bedroom and kept under the bed in the past
chamber pot
portable toilet placed next to a bed, receptacle use to urinate or defecate in the bedroom
chamber theater
small theater intended for intimate performances
chamber tomb
room where people are buried
chamber tomb
A Neolithic tomb consisting of a chamber built out of large upright stones with one or more capstones, buried in an earthen mound
air chamber
a chamber, in a hydraulic system, in which air (or some other gas) is compressed to regulate the flow of a fluid
black chamber
A government or royal court's cryptanalyst department
blue chamber
A forbidden room

My mother dared not break the lock, as my father had prohibited any one from entering this, his blue chamber; and what was worse, he had the key.

bubble chamber
A vessel filled with a superheated transparent liquid (most often liquid hydrogen) used to detect electrically charged particles moving through it
burial chamber
A chamber, often below ground level, used to bury the remains of the dead
chambering
Present participle of chamber
chambering
The chamber of a gun or other fire weapon
chambers
The rooms used by a barrister or to an association of barristers
chambers
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chamber
chambers
plural form of chamber
chambers
A judge's private office
combustion chamber
An enclosed space, within a heat engine, in which the fuel is mixed and reacted with air or other oxidizing agent in a controlled manner
echo chamber
An insular communication space that is of no interest to outsiders or refuses their input

But it would resound in the conservative media's echo chamber.

echo chamber
In music production, a sound effect that may be applied to live or recorded sounds through a sound editing process, which creates the impression that the sounds originated in an enclosed space which was conducive to echoes
echo chamber
A room or other enclosed space that is highly conducive to the production of echoes, particularly one that has been designed and built for this purpose
gas chamber
a sealed chamber in which people are executed with poison gas
hyperbaric chamber
A vessel containing air at an elevated pressure, especially one used to administer oxygen to a patient
hyperbaric oxygen chamber
a pressurized vessel used to administer oxygen at elevated pressure
magma chamber
A large underground pool of molten rock lying under the surface of the earth's crust
plenum chamber
A pressurised housing
resonating chamber
a similar chamber that allows resonance of electromagnetic waves
resonating chamber
a chamber whose dimensions allow sound to echo and build up
star chamber
a legal or administrative body with strict, arbitrary rulings and secretive proceedings
yeoman of the chamber
a servant in a royal household who had access to the bedchamber
yeomen of the chamber
plural form of yeoman of the chamber
environmental chamber
An enclosure used to test the effects of specified environmental conditions on biological items, industrial products, materials, and electronic devices and components
chambering
{n} debauchery, riot, intrigue
presence-chamber
{n} a room to receive company
widow's chamber
{n} certain effects of a deceased person falling to his widow in London
Public Chamber
(İdari Yönetim) The Public Chamber is a state institution with 126 members created in 2005 in Russia to analyze draft legislation and monitor the activities of the parliament, government and other government bodies of Russia and its Federal Subjects. It has a role similar to an oversight committee and has consultative powers. A convocation of the chamber is in power for a two-year term
burial chamber
A chamber that is used as a grave(synonym) sepulcher, sepulchre, sepulture
float chamber
The cavity in a carburettor containing a device which floats on the surface of the fuel and seals off the flow as the level rises
heart chamber
(Tıp, İlaç) Heart chamber is a general term used to refer to any of the four of the mammalian heart
pulp chamber
(Diş) The natural cavity in the central portion of the tooth crown that is occupied by the dental pulp
Air chamber
Capped piece of pipe, close to a plumbing fixture, which is partially filled with air Also called air cushions they are designed to absorb shock from abrupt water stoppage, which creates a noise known as water hammer
Air chamber
A vertical, air filled pipe that prevents water hammer by absorbing pressure when water is shut off at a faucet or valve
Air chamber
An air-filled device that prevents water hammer by absorbing pressure when the water flow is shut off at a fixture
Chambers
Chambers Robert and William Chambers David Whittaker Jay Vivian Chambers
air chamber
A chamber or cavity filled with air, in an animal or plant
air chamber
A cavity containing air to act as a spring for equalizing the flow of a liquid in a pump or other hydraulic machine
anechoic chamber
a chamber having very little reverberation
anechoic chamber
A room with little sound reverberation; a room constructed to be acoustically absorptive
anechoic chamber
An acoustic space without echo or reverberation Often used for the acoustic testing of microphones and loudspeakers
anterior chamber
The part of the inside of the eye that is in front of the iris (the colored tissue in the eye)
anterior chamber
the front section of the eye's interior where aqueous humor flows in and out of providing nourishment to the eye and surrounding tissues
anterior chamber
The space in front of the iris and behind the cornea
anterior chamber
the part of the eye filled with a clear fluid between the iris and cornea
anterior chamber
The space between the iris and the cornea
anterior chamber
part of the eye located in front of the iris This is where a IOL is placed if done after the initial cataract surgery or if a posterior chamber implant cannot be performed
boron chamber
an ionization chamber lined with boron or filled with boron trifluoride gas for counting low velocity neutrons
bubble chamber
an instrument that records the tracks of ionizing particles
chambered
past of chamber
chambered
having compartmental chambers; "a spiral chambered seashell
chambered
Having a chamber or chambers; as, a chambered shell; a chambered gun
chambered
having compartmental chambers; "a spiral chambered seashell"
chambering
Lewdness
chambers
English architect (1723-1796)
chambers
A judge's private office A hearing in chambers takes place in the judge's office outside of the presence of the jury and the public
chambers
A judge's office
chambers
The two meeting places of the House and Senate where the formal businessof the day is conducted Chamber galleries are open to the public
chambers
The private office or room of a judge
chambers
Shorthand for The Chambers Dictionary
chambers
Vesicles or vughs connected by a channel or channels
chambers
There are hundreds of underground manmade stone chambers in Massachusetts of unknown origin and conjectured purpose There is much debate and controversy over this Everything from Irish Culdee Monks to Colonial's root cellars to Native American construction has been proposed From inside, some of these chambers view significant celestial events, and most are tall enough to stand up in
chambers
The private office of a Judge or Commissioner, where s/he hears motions and signs orders when not holding court
chambers
The traditional name for the barrister’s office
chambers
{i} room wherein a judge can privately talk with lawyers or hear cases not taken to court; (British) suite of rooms used by attorneys
chambers
A judge's office Also usually where the judge's clerks work
chambers
third-person singular of chamber
chambers
Private office suite of the judge and his/her staff Proceedings held in chambers are rarely open to the press, and only by permission of the judge
chambers
Private office or room of a judge
chambers
plural of , chamber
chambers
A judge's private office in the courthouse
cloud chamber
A glass-domed chamber filled with moist vapor When certain types of atomic particles pass through the chamber they leave a cloud-like track much like the vapor trail of a jet plane This permits scientists to "see" these particles and study their motion
cloud chamber
A chamber in which charged subatomic particles appear as trails of liquid droplets
cloud chamber
apparatus that detects high-energy particles passing through a supersaturated vapor; each particle ionizes molecules along its path and small droplets condense on them to produce a visible track
cloud chamber
A detector filled with a gas close to its condensation point, where the ionizing particles' trajectories materialize in the form of tracks made of droplets
cloud chamber
A device which is used to determine which elementary particles are being generated in a nuclear reaction What happens is that the elementary particles go zipping through a saturated water fog, and the ionized water molecules provide nucleation centers for the condensation of water From following these tracks, the identities of the particles can be determined
cloud chamber
A gas-filled device in which the path of charged subatomic particles can be detected by the formation of chains of droplets on ions generated by their passage. It is also used to infer the presence of neutral particles and to study certain nuclear reactions. Radiation detector developed by C.T.R. Wilson. Its detecting medium is a supersaturated vapour (see saturation) that condenses around ions produced by the passage of energetic charged particles, such as alpha particles, beta particles, or protons. In a Wilson cloud chamber, supersaturation is caused by the cooling induced by a sudden expansion of the saturated vapour by the motion of a piston or an elastic membrane. In a diffusion chamber, the saturated vapour is cooled to supersaturation as it diffuses into a region kept cold by a coolant such as solid carbon dioxide or liquid helium
combustion chamber
The clearance space in the cylinder of an internal combustion engine where the charge is compressed and ignited
combustion chamber
An enclosure in which combustion, especially of a fuel or propellant, is initiated and controlled. the enclosed space, for example in an engine, in which combustion happens
combustion chamber
chamber within an engine in which ignition of fuel takes place
combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) The part of the cylinder within an engine block where the fuel/air mixture is compressed by the piston and ignited by a spark from the spark plug
council chamber
boardroom: a room where a committee meets (such as the board of directors of a company)
dark chamber
small cell into which the sun shines only through a small opening
death chamber
room in which people are executed
echo chamber
A room or enclosure with acoustically reflective walls used in broadcasting and recording to produce echoes or similar sound effects
firing chamber
chamber that is the part of a gun that receives the charge
fume-chamber
compartment which absorbs smells fumes or smoke, chimney
gas chamber
instrument of execution consisting of a sealed chamber into which poison gas is introduced; used to kill people or animals
gas chamber
sealed room where deadly gases are released (suffocating and killing the persons or creatures inside the room)
hyperbaric chamber
a large chamber in which the oxygen pressure is above normal for the atmosphere; used in treating breathing disorders or carbon monoxide poisoning
lower chamber
lower house of Parliament, one of the two houses of Parliament
plenum chamber
See: Chamber, plenum
plenum chamber
A space or ducting through which air is passed in the process of cooling, heating, humidifying, or de-humidifying
plenum chamber
A chamber, located between the throttle body and the runners of an intake manifold, used to distribute the intake charge evenly and to enhance engine breathing
posterior chamber
In referring to the eye, that space between the back which is filled with aqueous fluid between the iris and front face of the vitreous
posterior chamber
A space filled with clear fluid (called aqueous humor) behind the iris and in front of the lens
posterior chamber
Filled with aqueous fluid, the space between the back of the iris and the front face of the vitreous
posterior chamber
the back section of the eye's interior
posterior chamber
The space between the back of the iris and the front face of the vitreous It is filled with aqueous fluid
posterior chamber
the back part of the eye's interior
posterior chamber
The space between the back of the iris and the front face of the vitreous; filled with aqueous fluid
presence chamber
room in which a monarch or other great person receives guests, assemblies, etc
pulp chamber
(Dentistry) inner part of the tooth that includes nerve cells and blood vessels
roof chamber
attic, crawl space located under the roof of a building
second chamber
{i} (UK) upper house, one of two branches in a bicameral legislature (usually the one that is less representative and has fewer members)
spark chamber
A device consisting of electrically charged parallel metal plates in a chamber filled with inert gas, used to detect and measure a charged subatomic particle as it passes through the chamber, leaving a trail of sparks
spark chamber
measuring instrument that detects ionizing radiation from elementary particles
star chamber
{i} court or committee that works in a brutal arbitrary and unjust manner (named after such a court that operated in England approximately 500 years ago)
star chamber
a former English court that became notorious for its arbitrary methods and severe punishments
star chamber
a group of people that meets secretly and makes important decisions. British prerogative court that exercised wide civil and criminal jurisdiction and was marked by secrecy, the absence of juries, and an inquisitorial rather than accusatorial system of justice. It met in a room in the palace of Westminster whose ceiling was decorated with stars. It was employed extensively under Henry VIII because of its ability to enforce the law when other courts were unable to do so because of corruption and influence. When Charles I used it to enforce unpopular political and ecclesiastical policies, it became a symbol of oppression to his and Archbishop William Laud's parliamentary and Puritan opponents (though it never imposed the death penalty), and it was abolished by the Long Parliament in 1641
star-chamber
{s} arbitrary, characterized by secrecy, secret
supply chamber
a mechanical device for holding something and supplying it as needed
upper chamber
one of the two houses of parliament
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chamber of the board
(Kısaltma) ceo
hava haznesi mech. air chamber
(birine göre)
yasama meclisi house, chamber
(of a legislature); parliament
chamber