circulate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} deveran etmek
{f} dolaşmak
{f} tedavül etmek
{f} dolaştırmak
tamim etmek
tedavülde olmak
dolaşım
dönmek döndürmek
dolaş

Kabulde masadan masaya dolaştı. - He circulated from table to table at the reception.

Bu dergi yaygın olarak dolaşır. - This magazine circulates widely.

yayılmak
yaymak
{f} 1. (havanın/sıvının) akımı/dolaşımı olmak; (kan/hava) dolaşmak; (motordaki sıvı) devridaim yapmak; (havanın/sıvının) akımını/dolaşımını
x dolaş/yay/yayıl/tur at
deveran etmek dolaşmak
{f} tedavül ettirmek
(havanın/sıvının) akımı/dolaşımı olmak; (kan/hava) dolaşmak; (motordaki sıvı) devridaim yapmak; (havanın/sıvının) akımını/dolaşımını
{f} devretmek
circulate again
tekrar sirküle
circulating
gezici
circulating
devreden
circulating
devir
circulating
dolaşım
circulating
dolaşan
circulator
dolaştırıcı
circulator
dolaştirici
to circulate
tedavül
circulating
{s} sirküle eden
circulating
devir deveran dolaşım
circulating
circulating library dışarıya kitap veren kütüphane
circulator
(isim) devir ettirici
circulator
sirkülatör
circulator
devir ettirici
to circulate
tamim etmek
to circulate
tedavülde olmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
to spread or disseminate
to cause (a person or thing) to move in circles or through a circuit
to move in circles or through a circuit
to become widely known
to move from person to person, as at a party
to disseminate
{v} to put or pass about, to move round
To be lent for use outside of the library Said of library materials
To lend library materials for use outside of the library
If something such as a rumour circulates or is circulated, the people in a place tell it to each other. Rumours were already beginning to circulate that the project might have to be abandoned I deeply resented those sort of rumours being circulated at a time of deeply personal grief. = spread
move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point; "Blood circulates in my veins"; "The air here does not circulate"
Process of allowing materials to be checked out of the Library For more information, please consult Lovejoy Library's Circulation Policies
move around freely; "She circulates among royalty"
move in circles
{f} move around, move from place to place; distribute, pass around, hand out
cause to move around; "circulate a rumor"
To cause to pass from place to place, or from person to person; to spread; as, to circulate a report; to circulate bills of credit
This is what it's called when a book is checked out Most of the library material which is checked out can be taken from the building, but some such as reserve material must be used in the library Other items may not circulate at all Items which often do not circulate are reference books, periodicals, and expensive or rare items
cause to be distributed; "This letter is circulating among the faculty
to move, or cause something to move, in circles or through a circuit
The activity in a library of lending books to borrowers and keeping records of the loans
cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news" move around freely; "She circulates among royalty" move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point; "Blood circulates in my veins"; "The air here does not circulate" cause to move in a circuit or system; "The fan circulates the air in the room" cause to be distributed; "This letter is circulating among the faculty
Starting formation - waves, lines or two-faced lines The center dancer facing in walks straight forward to become a center of the other line The center dancer facing out flips over to take the spot vacated by the other center dancer of their line The end dancer facing in walks straight forward to become an end of the other line The end dancer facing out walks forward in an arc to face in at the other end of their line Centers stay centers; ends stay ends
become widely known and passed on; "the rumor spread"; "the story went around in the office"
cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
To pass from place to place, from person to person, or from hand to hand; to be diffused; as, money circulates; a story circulates
To shift information along a register that operates as a ring; that is, as a digit is moved beyond one end of the register an identical digit is inserted at the other end
To pump drilling fluid into the borehole through the drillpipe and back up the annulus
If a piece of writing circulates or is circulated, copies of it are passed round among a group of people. The document was previously circulated in New York at the United Nations Public employees, teachers and liberals are circulating a petition for his recall This year anonymous leaflets have been circulating in Peking. + circulation cir·cu·la·tion an inquiry into the circulation of `unacceptable literature'
To move in a circle or circuitously; to move round and return to the same point; as, the blood circulates in the body
To pass from one point throughout a system and back to the starting point Drilling fluid circulates from the suction pit through the drill pipe to the bottom of the well and returns through the annulus between pipe and formation
If you circulate at a party, you move among the guests and talk to different people. Let me get you something to drink, then I must circulate
cause to move in a circuit or system; "The fan circulates the air in the room"
When something circulates, it moves easily and freely within a closed place or system. a virus which circulates via the bloodstream and causes ill health in a variety of organs Cooking odors can circulate throughout the entire house. + circulation cir·cu·la·tion The north pole is warmer than the south and the circulation of air around it is less well contained. the principle of free circulation of goods
cause to be distributed; "This letter is circulating among the faculty"
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circulated
Simple past tense and past participle of circulate
circulated
distributed about a circuit
circulating
An institution lending from its collection, especially of books, on condition of membership

A circulating library.

circulating
Present participle of circulate
circulator
A local transit system that provides regular service within a closed loop

You can ride the airport circulator to the next terminal.

circulator
A person or thing that causes something to circulate

Who is the circulator of this rumor?.

circulator
A passive electronic component with three or more ports, in which the ports can be accessed in such a way that when a signal is fed into any port it is transferred to the next port only
circulated
A term applied to a coin that has wear, ranging from slight rubbing to heavy wear
circulating
{a} moving round, returning back
circulating
{a} circulatory
circulated
Denotes money that is no longer in mint state, generally as a result of normal handling and exchange
circulated
past of circulate
circulated
coins with wear that have been handled, in any condition
circulated
Denotes money that has served a purpose in the channels of commerce, i e it is no longer mint state (uncirculated)
circulated
a coin with any type of wear
circulated
a coin that is worn and no longer Uncirculated
circulates
third-person singular of circulate
circulating
Material that can be checked out of the library Some materials, such as those in Reference, and Archives/ Special Collections, are non-circulating
circulating
{s} passing from one to another; moving in a circuit and returning to the same point
circulating
passing from one to another; "circulating bills and coins"
circulating
An attribute which applies to resources If a resource is circulating, it can be scheduled, that is, checked out or reserved Non-circulating resources are often used to indicate resource which are in inventory but not normally available to patrons See Also: Resource
circulating
Moving about freely
circulating
Can refer to blood circulating through dialysis machine's blood circuit or the patient's circulatory system
circulative
Promoting circulation; circulating
circulative
{s} rotating, spinning
circulative
of or relating to circulation
circulator
A small 20-passenger bus, running at approximately 15 to 30-minute headways The bus is intended to connect employees, shoppers and visitors to the Northgate area with the Transit Center It would be a separately-funded supplement to regular Metro Service
circulator
A passive microwave device consisting of 3-ports that allows the signal entering each port to pass to the port adjacent to it (either clockwise or counter-clockwise) but not to the port in the other direction
circulator
An RF device with three ports (typically) that allows RF power to be directed with low loss out of one port, but none out of the third port The device is symmetrical, and any port may be selected for the input port Circulators are made in coaxial, waveguide, stripline and surface mount geometries
circulator
{i} distributor; one that moves from place to place; person or thing that circulates
circulator
One who, or that which, circulates
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