cleft

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yarık
{f} yar: adj.yarık,yarık
yarmak
çukur
çatlak
cleft palate yarık damak
çatlak/yarık
{i} ayrık
cleft foot çift tırnaklı ayak
f., bak. cleave. i., s. çatlak, yarık, ayrık
(Tıp) Çatlak, yarık, fisür
cleave böl/yar
yarığı
cleft lip
tavşandudağı
cleft lip
tavşan dudağı
cleft lip
yarık dudak
cleft palate
(Tıp) yarık dudak
cleft palate
(Tıp) damak yarığı
cleft foot
çift tırnaklı ayak
cleft graft
kalem aşısı
cleft palate
yarık damak
cleft sentence
ayrık tümce
cleft sentence
yarık cümle
cleft cheek
(Diş Hekimliği) yarık yanak
cleft palate
(Tıp) Sağ ve sol damak bölümlerinin birleşmemesi nedeniyle meydana gelen konjenital damak yarığı
cleft stick
zor durum
cleft stick
çıkmaz
cleave
ayırmak
cleave
{f} yarmak
cleave
{f} bölmek
cleave
delmek
cleave
-den ayrılmamak
cleave
çıkmamak
be caught in a cleft stick
açmaza düşmek
cleave
yar
love cleft
aşk yarık
more cleft
daha fazla yarık
two cleft
İki yarık
be in a cleft stick
zor durumda olmak
be in a cleft stick
çıkmazda olmak
cleave
yapışmak
cleave
ikiye ayrılmak
cleave
{f} çatlamak
cleave
açmak ayrılmak
cleave
{f} bağlı olmak
cleave
cleave böl/yar
cleave
{f} -e sadık kalmak; -den ayrılmamak/çıkmamak
cleave
{f} sadık kalmak
cleave
{f} yarmak, bölmek; yarılmak, bölünmek
cleave
{f} yarılmak
cleave
clave clove yarmak
cleave
arasmdan geçmek
cleave
{f} -e yapışmak
cleave
taksim etmek
cleave
cleavable yarılabilir
cleave
iltisak etmek
cleave
{f} açmak
frost cleft
(Meteoroloji) don çatlağı
stilman' cleft
(Diş Hekimliği) Daha çok alt ön dişlerin vestibülünde görülen, periodontal hastalık ve diştaşı ile birlikte serviksten kökucuna doğru ilerleyen patolojik dişeti yarığı
İngilizce - İngilizce
an opening, fissure, or V-shaped indentation made by or as if by splitting
Simple past tense and past participle of cleave
{n} a crack, crevice, opening, piece of wood
a fissure; divided: especially fissure that begins in an embryo, as the branchial cleft; clefts defined as craniofacial abnormalies can lead to serious problems in feeding and speech, which can be treated through surgery followed by therapeutic intervention
past participle of to cleave
Cut halfway to the midrib or base
Many maple leaves are cleft Cleft is a description of shape A cleft leaf is cut in at least one place to (at least) the middle point between the leaf margin and the midrib
used of hooves
Divided; split; partly divided or split
If someone has a cleft chin, they have a cleft in their chin. be (caught) in a cleft stick to be in a very difficult situation in which any action or decision you make will cause problems
A horizontal crack in the hoof wall Clefts are usually caused by damage to the coronary band, or the rupture of an abscess at the coronary band a k a: Crosscrack
a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin)
A disease in horses; a crack on the band of the pastern
Split or divided The travertine on the walls of the Getty Center is cleft cut while the travertine pavers on the walkways have the more customary smooth finish
{i} fissure, crevice, crack, gap
A space or opening made by splitting; a crack; a crevice; as, the cleft of a rock
from Cleave
having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
cut in a leaf margin
a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin) having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
A piece made by splitting; as, a cleft of wood
A cleft in someone's chin is a line down the middle of it
{s} divided, split
simple past of to cleave
a long narrow opening
A cleft in a rock or in the ground is a narrow opening in it. a narrow cleft in the rocks too small for humans to enter. = fissure
split, divided longitudinally
Incised nearly to the midrib; as, a cleft leaf
A leaf blade may be almost divided into segments when it is cut or cleft halfway or almost to the midrib
clove
cleft grafting
a method of grafting in which the scion is placed in a cleft or slit in the stock or stump made by sawing off a branch, usually in such a manner that its bark evenly joins that of the stock
cleft lip
harelip
cleft palate
An abnormal condition in which the two plates of the skull that form the hard palate (roof of the mouth) are not completely joined
cleft stick
A stick with a split at one end, once used by runners to carry written messages
cleft sticks
plural form of cleft stick
cleft sentence
(Dilbilim) A sentence in which an element is emphasized by being put in a separate clause, with the use of an empty introductory word such as it or that, e.g. it's money we want; it was today that I saw him; that was the King you were talking to
cleft 3,
a past tense and past participle of cleave
cleft foot
a deformity in which the space between the third and fourth toes extends up into the foot
cleft foot
malformed foot, twisted foot
cleft lip
a birth defect causing an opening in the lip
cleft lip
A congenital deformity characterized by a vertical cleft or pair of clefts in the upper lip, with or without involvement of the palate. a split in someone's upper lip, that they are born with
cleft lip
A birth defect that occurs when the upper lip doesn't fuse together, leaving one or more vertical openings that may extend up to the nose Cleft lips may be caused by genetic or environmental factors
cleft lip
A congenital opening in the lip
cleft lip
a congenital cleft in the middle of the upper lip
cleft palate
A cleft palate is a birth defect characterized by a split or opening in the roof of the mouth It results from failure of the parts of the roof of the mouth to join together during pregnancy Cleft palates may be caused by genetic or environmental factors
cleft palate
a congenital fissure at the roof of the mouth forming a communicating passageway between the mouth and nasal cavities It may be unilateral or bilateral and complete or incomplete
cleft palate
A congenital, reparable split in the palate that affects one's articulation and speech
cleft palate
A birth defect that causes a split in the roof of the mouth, involving the skin and tissue between the lip and nose
cleft palate
a congenital fissure of the hard palate
cleft palate
a birth defect in which the palate does not fuse together resulting in an opening in the roof of the mouth
cleft palate
congenital defect in which a longitudinal fissure exists in the roof of the mouth
cleft palate
A congenital opening in the palate, it maybe involve the hard or soft palate or both
cleft palate
A congenital defect of the palate in which a longitudinal fissure extends into one or both nostrils
cleft palate
A birth defect resulting in opening in the roof of the mouth that may or may not involve the upper lip and/or nose
cleft palate
If someone has a cleft palate, they were born with a narrow opening along the roof of their mouth which makes it difficult for them to speak properly. A congenital fissure in the roof of the mouth, resulting from incomplete fusion of the palate during embryonic development. It may involve only the uvula or extend through the entire palate. a split in the top of the inside of someone's mouth, that they are born with and that makes it difficult for them to speak clearly. Fairly common congenital disorder in which a fissure forms in the roof of the mouth. It may affect only the soft palate or extend through the hard palate, so that the nasal cavity opens into the mouth. The septum (dividing wall) between the nostrils is often absent. Cleft lip, a fissure in the lip beneath the nostril, or other abnormalities may accompany it. Cleft palate limits the ability of an infant to suck, which may lead to malnutrition, and causes speech problems in childhood. Surgical repair, usually at about 18 months of age, forms an airtight separation between nose and mouth. Speech training is still needed, and patients may have a high risk of nose, ear, and sinus infections
cleft palate
Congenital fissure of the soft palate and roof of the mouth, sometimes extending through the premaxcilla and upper lip
anal cleft
The groove between buttocks
cleave
To cling, adhere or stick fast to something; used with to or unto
cleave
To split (a complex molecule) into simpler molecules
cleave
To pierce or penetrate as if by splitting

The wings cleaved the foggy air.

cleave
To break a single crystal (such as a gemstone or semiconductor wafer) along one of its more symmetrical crystallographic planes (often by impact), forming facets on the resulting pieces
cleave
To make or accomplish by or as if by cutting: cleave a path through the ice
cleave
Flat, smooth surface produced by cleavage, or any similar surface produced by similar techniques, as in glass
cleave
To split
cleave
Of a crystal, to split along a natural plane of division
gluteal cleft
The groove between the buttocks that runs from just below the sacrum to the perineum
in a cleft stick
In a difficult situation (in which movement is impossible)
natal cleft
The groove between the buttocks that runs from just below the sacrum to the perineum
cleave
{v} to stick, join, hold, split, divide
pseudo-cleft sentence
(Dilbilim) It is a sentence in which subordinated clause is a relative clause headed by an interrogative pro-form

What she told you were lies.

cleave
(verb) To adhere, cling, or stick fast; To be faithful
cleave
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone"
cleave
To be faithful
cleave
The process of separating an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis
cleave
Chop up
cleave
To pierce or penetrate
cleave
To part or divide by force; to split or rive; to cut
cleave
To part or open naturally; to divide
cleave
The process of cutting an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis Coating A material applied to the cladding for protective purposes
cleave
{f} split, separate; be split apart, be separated; pass through; part from
cleave
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
cleave
If someone cleaves to something or to someone else, they begin or continue to have strong feelings of loyalty towards them. She has cleaved to these principles all her life
cleave
The controlled breaking of a fiber so that its surface is smooth
cleave
To split or sever something or as if with a sharp instrument
cleave
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone" make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
cleave
To cleave something means to split or divide it into two separate parts, often violently. They just cleave the stone along the cracks. = split
cleave
To fit; to be adapted; to assimilate
cleave
{f} cling to; attach oneself to; join together; be singularly devoted to
cleave
come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; "The dress clings to her body"; "The label stuck to the box"; "The sushi rice grains cohere"
cleave
The past tense can be either cleaved or clove; the past participle can be cleaved, cloven, or cleft for meaning 1., and is cleaved for meaning 2
cleave
To unite or be united closely in interest or affection; to adhere with strong attachment
cleave
To part; to open; to crack; to separate; as parts of bodies; as, the ground cleaves by frost
cleave
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
cleave
To adhere closely; to stick; to hold fast; to cling
clefts
plural of cleft
pudendal cleft
the fissure between the labia majora
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