atmospherically

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Englisch - Türkisch
ortam ile ilgili olarak
hava ile ilgili olarak
atmosferik olarak
atmosphere
atmosfer

O, atmosferdeki karbon dioksit miktarlarının artmasından dolayı Dünyanın ısınmasını tanımlamak için kullanılan bir terimdir. - It is a term used to describe the warming of the earth due to increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Bu restorandaki atmosfer hoş. - The atmosphere in this restaurant is nice.

atmosphere
havaküre
atmosphere
ortam

O geldiğinde ortam gerginleşti. - The atmosphere became strained when he came.

Çocuklar aile ortamını yansıtırlar. - Children reflect the family atmosphere.

atmospheric
ortam
atmosphere
atmofer
atmosphere
gazyuvarı
atmosphere
çevre

Bu odada garip bir atmosfer ziyaretçiyi çevreliyor. - A strange atmosphere surrounds the visitor in this room.

atmospheric
atmosferik

İnsan ve hayvan yaşamı atmosferik çevreye gösterdikleri tepkilerden etkilenirler. - Human and animal life are influenced by their reactions to the atmospheric environment.

Atmosferik sorun için dört ana parça vardır: gözlem, anlama, tahmin ve kontrol. - There are four major parts to the atmospheric problem: observation, understanding, prediction, and control.

atmospheric
atmosferle ilgili
atmosphere
havaş
atmospheric
(deyim) nefes kesen
atmosphere
hava

Otelin ev gibi havası var. - The hotel has a homey atmosphere.

Odada gergin bir hava vardı. - There was a tense atmosphere in the room.

atmosphere
{i} basınç birimi
atmosphere
havayuvarı
atmosphere
(Askeri) ATMOSFER: Yeryüzünü çevreleyen hava. Ayrıca bakınız: "ionosphere; stratosphere; tropopause; troposphere"
atmospheric
hava
atmospheric
cevvi
atmospheric
ortam ile ilgili
Englisch - Englisch
from an atmospheric standpoint; (Physics) in atmospheres (units of air pressure)
In an atmospheric manner
In relation to the atmosphere
atmosphere
The mood or feeling in a situation
atmosphere
A unit of measurement for pressure (symbol: atm)
atmospheric
translucent or hazy
atmospheric
evoking a particular emotional or aesthetic quality

a dark atmospheric thriller.

atmospheric
of, relating to, produced by, or coming from the atmosphere
atmosphere
inch
atmosphere
{n} the surrounding air and vapors
atmospheric
{a} belonging to the atmosphere
atmosphere
- The envelope of air surrounding the earth Most weather events are confined to the troposphere, the lower 10 km of the atmosphere
atmosphere
The atmosphere of a place is the air that you breathe there. These gases pollute the atmosphere of towns and cities
atmosphere
is the gaseous mass or envelope of air surrounding the Earth From ground-level up, the atmosphere is further subdivided into the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and the thermosphere
atmosphere
a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement
atmosphere
One atmosphere is 14 7 pounds per square inch; standard atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth
atmosphere
The gaseous or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by the earth's gravitational attraction The divisions of the atmosphere include the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the ionosphere, and the exosphere
atmosphere
= 1 013 bars = 1 03 kg/cm^2 = 14 7 pounds per square inch, standard atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth
atmosphere
The gases surrounding the Earth or any astronomical body
atmosphere
the 500 km thick layer of air surrounding the earth which supports the existence of all flora and fauna
atmosphere
1 A unit of pressure equal to 101,325 0 pascal (Pa) exactly, or 760 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) exactly 2 A unit of pressure equal to the force exerted on an area of surface at sea level by the weight of a vertical column of air in the atmosphere or approximately 14 7 pounds (force) per square inch (psi)
atmosphere
The pressure or weight of the air at the sea level, on a unit of surface, or about 14
atmosphere
Any surrounding or pervading influence or condition
atmosphere
The air surrounding the Earth, described as a series of shells or layers of different characteristics The atmosphere, composed mainly of nitrogen and oxygen with traces of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other gases, acts as a buffer between Earth and the sun The layers, troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and the exosphere, vary around the globe and in response to seasonal changes
atmosphere
The many layers of gases that surround a planet The Earth's atmosphere is composed of several layers of gases that separate our planet from space The major gases in the Earth's atmosphere are nitrogen and oxygen The air we breathe is part of the atmosphere
atmosphere
{i} layer of gases surrounding the earth; layer of gases surrounding a planet; climate of a particular region; unit of air pressure (Physics); tone or mood of a place or thing
atmosphere
7 Ibs
atmosphere
to the sq
atmosphere
The envelope of air surrounding the Earth and bound to it by the Earth's gravitational attraction Studies of the chemical properties, dynamic motions, and physical processes of this system constitute the field of meteorology (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
atmosphere
A planet's atmosphere is the layer of air or other gases around it. The shuttle Columbia will re-enter Earth's atmosphere tomorrow morning
atmosphere
the mass of air surrounding the Earth; "there was great heat as the comet entered the atmosphere"; "it was exposed to the air"
atmosphere
the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body the weather or climate at some place; "the atmosphere was thick with fog"
atmosphere
If a place or an event has atmosphere, it is interesting. The old harbour is still full of atmosphere and well worth visiting. = ambience. Gaseous envelope that surrounds the Earth. Near the surface it has a well-defined chemical composition (see air). In addition to gases, the atmosphere contains solid and liquid particles in suspension. Scientists divide the atmosphere into five main layers: in ascending order, the troposphere (surface to 6-8 mi, or 10-13 km); the stratosphere (4-11 mi, or 6-17 km, to about 30 mi, or 50 km); the mesosphere (31-50 mi, or 50-80 km); the thermosphere (50-300 mi, or 80-480 km); and the exosphere (from 300 mi and gradually dissipating). Most of the atmosphere consists of neutral atoms and molecules, but in the ionosphere a significant fraction is electrically charged. The ionosphere begins near the top of the stratosphere but is most distinct in the thermosphere. See also ozone layer
atmosphere
The gaseous fluid surrounding a planet The earth's atmosphere consists primarily of oxygen and nitrogen; however it is the water vapor content that is responsible for most of the weather
atmosphere
The layer of air that surrounds the Earth and is held there by the pull of the
atmosphere
a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing; "an air of mystery"; "the house had a neglected air"; "an atmosphere of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters"; "the place had an aura of romance"
atmosphere
The atmosphere of a place is the general impression that you get of it. There's still an atmosphere of great hostility and tension in the city
atmosphere
The air in a particular place
atmosphere
The envelope of gas that surrounds a planet The Earth's atmosphere consists of nitrogen, oxygen, and small portions of other gases
atmosphere
the weather or climate at some place; "the atmosphere was thick with fog"
atmosphere
the air surrounding and bound to the earth The mass of air held close to the earth by gravity The atmosphere is subdivided into four sections: the troposphere- from the earth's surface to an altitude of about 10 km; the stratosphere - from 10 km to 50 km; the mesosphere - from 50 km to 80 km; and the thermosphere- beyond 80 km
atmosphere
The whole mass of air, or mixture of gases, surrounding the earth (Clark, 1985; Millar, 1994) Includes layers such as the troposhere (0 to ~6-18km from earth), stratosphere (~6-18km to ~50km from earth), mesosphere (~50km to ~80km from earth), and thermosphere (~80km+ from earth) Each layer is divided from the next by a region refered to as a pause, eg the tropopause divides the troposphere from the stratosphere See figure of the layers of the atmosphere below
atmosphere
The portion of air in any locality, or affected by a special physical or sanitary condition; as, the atmosphere of the room; a moist or noxious atmosphere
atmosphere
Any gaseous envelope or medium
atmosphere
A supposed medium around various bodies; as, electrical atmosphere, a medium formerly supposed to surround electrical bodies
atmosphere
The layer of gas surrounding the earth or other planets The upper atmosphere is the region of Earth's atmosphere above the troposphere (which extends to about 20 km) Regions of the upper atmosphere are the stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere
atmosphere
a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade
atmosphere
the mass of air surrounding the Earth; "there was great heat as the comet entered the atmosphere"; "it was exposed to the air" the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body the weather or climate at some place; "the atmosphere was thick with fog" a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement
atmosphere
One atmosphere is 14 7 pounds per square inch (105 Newtons per square meter); the average atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth
atmosphere
A standard unit of pressure representing the pressure exerted by a 29 92-in column of mercury at sea level at 45 degrees latitude and equal to 1000 g/cm2
atmosphere
The envelope of air surrounding the earth and bound to it more or less permanently by virtue of the earth's gravitational attraction The system whose chemical properties, dynamic motions, and physical processes constitute the subject matter of meteorology Also, a unit of pressure See standard atmosphere
atmosphere
The whole mass of aëriform fluid surrounding the earth; applied also to the gaseous envelope of any celestial orb, or other body; as, the atmosphere of Mars
atmosphere
the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body
atmosphere
A layer of gases surrounding a planet, moon, or star The Earth's atmosphere is 120 miles thick and is composed mainly of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and a few other trace gases
atmosphere
= 1 013 bars = 1 03 kg/cm2 = 14 7 pounds per square inch, standard atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth
atmosphere
(also called mood): the emotional feelings inspired by a work The term is borrowed from meteorology to describe the dominant mood of a selection as it is created by diction, dialogue, setting, and description Often the opening scene in a play or novel establishes an atmosphere appropriate to the theme of the entire work The opening of Shakespeare's Hamlet creates a brooding atmosphere of unease Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher establishes an atmosphere of gloom and emotional decay The opening of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 establishes a surreal atmosphere of confusion, and so on
atmosphere
The mixture of gases surrounding the Earth The Earth's atmosphere consists of about 79 1% nitrogen (by volume), 20 9% oxygen, 0 036% carbon dioxide and trace amounts of other gases The atmosphere can be divided into a number of layers according to its mixing or chemical characteristics, generally determined by its thermal properties (temperature) The layer nearest the Earth is the troposphere, which reaches up to an altitude of about 8 km (about 5 miles) in the polar regions and up to 17 km (nearly 11 miles) above the equator The stratosphere, which reaches to an altitude of about 50 km (31 miles) lies atop the troposphere The mesosphere which extends up to 80-90 km is atop the stratosphere, and finally, the thermosphere, or ionosphere, gradually diminishes and forms a fuzzy border with outer space There is relatively little mixing of gases between layers
atmosphere
a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement"
atmosphere
The envelope of gases surrounding the Earth and bound to it by the Earth's gravitational attraction
atmospheric
pressure the pressure at any point on the Earth's surface that is due to the weight of the column of air above it
atmospheric
Of, relating to, or existing in the atmosphere Produced by, dependent on, or coming from the atmosphere
atmospheric
Atmospheric relates to the environment or surroundings that have a physiological, physical or other influence
atmospheric
Of or pertaining to the atmosphere; of the nature of, or resembling, the atmosphere; as, atmospheric air; the atmospheric envelope of the earth
atmospheric
relating to or located in the atmosphere; "atmospheric tests"
atmospheric
relating to or located in the atmosphere; "atmospheric tests
atmospheric
Existing in the atmosphere
atmospheric
approval If you describe a place or a piece of music as atmospheric, you like it because it has a particular quality which is interesting or exciting and makes you feel a particular emotion
atmospheric
Atmospheric is used to describe something which relates to the earth's atmosphere. atmospheric gases. atmospheric pressure
atmospheric
Dependent on the atmosphere
atmospheric
Caused, or operated on, by the atmosphere; as, an atmospheric effect; an atmospheric engine
atmospheric
{s} of or pertaining to atmosphere (layer of gases surrounding a planet; unit of air pressure)
atmospheric
atmospherical
atmospherically
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