beaming

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Englisch - Türkisch
parlak
sevinçle parlayan (yüz)
{f} ışı
(sıfat) ışık saçan
{s} ışık saçan
beam
kiriş

Bu kirişler çatının ağırlığını taşımazlar. - These beams will not carry the weight of the roof.

Cimnastikçi denge kirişi üzerinde kaydı. - The gymnast slipped on the balance beam.

beam
ışın

Katot ışınları elektron ışınlarıdır. - Cathode rays are beams of electrons.

Işık ışınları bulutların arasında parlıyordu. - Beams of light shone through the clouds.

beaming with joy
s. gözlerinin içi gülen, sevinçle gülümseyen
beaming with joy
gözlerinin içi gülen
beaming with joy
sevinçle gülümseyen
beam
{i} huzme
beam
gözleri parlamak
beam
{f} ışık saçmak
beam
ışık

Cadı bir büyü yaptı ve asasından dışarı bir ışık demeti fırladı. - The witch cast a spell and a beam of light shot out of her wand.

Işık ışınları bulutların arasında parlıyordu. - Beams of light shone through the clouds.

beam
çulha silindiri
beam
{f} yayın yapmak
beam
levent
beam
yüzü sevinçle parlamak
beam
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) geyiğin boynuz kökü
beam
demet

Cadı bir büyü yaptı ve asasından dışarı bir ışık demeti fırladı. - The witch cast a spell and a beam of light shot out of her wand.

Bulutların arasından güneş ışığı demeti geldi. - A beam of sunlight came through the clouds.

beam
ok
beam
yayılmak
beam
yaymak
beam
(Çevre) ışın huzmesi
beam
(Askeri) tam genişlik
beam
levende sarmak
beam
gülümse
beam
yanlış
beam
(Askeri,Telekom) hüzme
beam
sinyal
beam
(Jeoloji) ışık hüzmesi
beam
yayımlamak
beam
neşretmek
beam
kirişli
beam
saçmak (ışık)
beam
(Askeri) en
beam
iletmek
beam
dalga
beam
sevimli ve içten bakış
beam
parlamak
beam
gülümsemek
beam
(ünalgı/sınalgı) dalgaları göndermek
beam
{f} ışık yay
beam
parıldamak
beam
kalas
beam
tek yönde yollanan ünalgı dalgaları
beam
ışıldamak
beam
gülüş
Beam
yaygı
beam
kiriş, hatıl, putrel
beam
Geyiğin boynuzu
beam
huzmeler
beam
şua, işin (radyo,güneş)
beam
Terazi kolu
beam
direk
beam
(den.) kemere
beam
{i} işin
beam
Araba veya saban oku
beam
(İnşaat) Kolon
beam
(den.) kemere; geyiğin boynuz
beam
kökü be on her beam ends alabora olurcasına yana yatmak
beam
kalça genişliği
beam
ışımak
beam
{i} den. kemere
beam
tatlı bakış
beam
mertek
beam
sinyâl vermek
beam
radyo sinyalleri
beam
saban oku
beam
kemere
beam
{i} araba/saban oku
beam
geyigin boynuz
beam
tek yönde
beam
on the beam doğru yönde
beam
(Nükleer Bilimler) huzme,kiriş,ışın demeti,demet
beam
{i} ışı

Işık ışınları bulutların arasında parlıyordu. - Beams of light shone through the clouds.

Katot ışınları elektron ışınlarıdır. - Cathode rays are beams of electrons.

beam
(Askeri) RADYOFAR SİNYALİ, RADYORENÇ BACAK GENİŞLİĞİ: Bir radyorenç istasyonu tarafından, tayyarelerin seyrüseferine yardım için gönderilen bir telsiz sinyali
beam
şua
beam
hatıl
beam
off the beam doğru
beam
ışık demeti

Cadı bir büyü yaptı ve asasından dışarı bir ışık demeti fırladı. - The witch cast a spell and a beam of light shot out of her wand.

Penceremden parlayan bir ışık demeti ile uyandırıldım. - I was wakened by a beam of light shining through my window.

beam
doğru
beam
{f} (yüzü sevinçle) parlamak
beam
parlama
beam
(Tıp) Işın 8güneş ve röntgen
beam
işık hüzmesi
beam
(fiil) ışımak, ışık saçmak, parlamak, sinyâl vermek, yayın yapmak, gözleri parlamak, gözlerinin içi gülmek
beam
{f} s_h.gülümse+e.ışı
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of beam
Smilingly happy; showing happy emotion

The honest Captain, with his Heart's Delight in the house, and Susan tending her, was a beaming and a happy man. As the days flew by, he grew more beaming and more happy, every day.

Winding a prepared warp onto the warp beam
A tendency of a loudspeaker to concentrate the sound in a narrow path instead of spreading it
radiating or as if radiating light; "the beaming sun"; "the effulgent daffodils"; "a radiant sunrise"; "a refulgent sunset" cheerful and bright; "a beaming smile"; "a glad May morning" pleased and proud; "beaming parents
pleased and proud; "beaming parents"
cheerful and bright; "a beaming smile"; "a glad May morning"
radiating or as if radiating light; "the beaming sun"; "the effulgent daffodils"; "a radiant sunrise"; "a refulgent sunset"
The act of transferring data from one Palm to another via the infrared port
Beaming is a technique of distant healing It is a line of sight distant reiki sending to a person Although a distant healing technique, this is generally done in the presence of another when hands on reiki touch might be inappropriate (abuse cases, burn victims) Beaming is common to other healing systems such as in the Johrei Fellowship
the tendency of a loudspeaker to concentrate the sound in a narrow path instead of spreading it
Operation in which many ends of yarn from a creel are combined on a section beam
pleased and proud; "beaming parents
The phenomenon of sound being emitted within a comparatively small solid angle This characteristic becomes more acute as the frequency increases
A term coined by Palm to descibe the way one transmits data from one PDA to another via infrared ports
The operation of winding warp yarns onto a beam in preparation for weaving or warp knitting Also called warping
Transmitting data to or receiving data from another device via an infrared-based connection See also Infrared and Squirting
{s} bright, shining, gleaming, radiant
"Term coined by Palm to descibe the way to transmit data from one PDA to another via infrared ports " --About com
(warping)The process of winding warp yarns onto a beam to prepare for weaving or warp knitting
Emitting beams; radiant
beaming face
radiant expression, joyful facial expression
beam
One of the principal horizontal timbers of a building; one of the transverse members of a ship's frame on which the decks are laid - supported at the sides by knees in wooden ships and by stringers in steel ones
beam
A heavy iron lever having an oscillating motion on a central axis, one end of which is connected with the piston rod from which it receives motion, and the other with the crank of the wheel shaft; -- called also working beam or walking beam
beam
A ray or collection of parallel rays emitted from the sun or other luminous body; as, a beam of light, or of heat
beam
The crossbar of a mechanical balance, from the ends of which the scales are suspended
beam
To smile broadly or especially cheerfully
beam
Any large piece of timber or iron long in proportion to its thickness, and prepared for use
beam
The maximum width of a vessel; as, one vessel is said to have more beam than another; also called breadth. (FM 55-501)
beam
The straight part or shank of an anchor
beam
{n} a main timber, balance of scales, ray of the sun yoke of a chariot, horn of a stag
beam
{v} to throw out rays, dart, glitter, shine
beam
1 A ray or collection of focused rays of radiated energy See beam width, radiation pattern
beam
The greatest breadth of the boat
beam
balk
beam
A unidirectional or approximately unidirectional flow of electromagnetic radiation or particles More Information: Strip Beam Position Monitors
beam
One of the principal horizontal timbers of a building or ship
beam
A unidirectional or approximately unidirectional flow of electromagnetic radiation or particles
beam
If something such as the sun or a lamp beams down, it sends light to a place and shines on it. A sharp white spot-light beamed down on a small stage All you see of the outside world is the sunlight beaming through the cracks in the roof
beam
A structural member, usually horizontal, whose main function is to carry loads transverse to its longitudinal axis These loads usually cause bending of the beam member Some types of beams are simple, continuous, and cantilever
beam
Location of lighting in the auditorium ceiling, over the audience, for illuminating the apron and front part of the stage Also known as the front-of-house, ceiling spotlight or ante-proscenium lighting position The term also refers to the mounting location of head blocks at the top of a counterweight system, typically as part of the phrase "head block beam"
beam
a signal transmitted along a narrow path; guides pilots in darkness or bad weather
beam
smile radiantly; express joy through one's facial expression
beam
The width of the hull, the maximum width of a vessel
beam
A beam is a line of energy, radiation, or particles sent in a particular direction. high-energy laser beams. a beam of neutrons
beam
the widest part of the boat
beam
express with a beaming face or smile; "he beamed his approval"
beam
If something beams radio signals or television pictures or they are beamed somewhere, they are sent there by means of electronic equipment. The interview was beamed live across America The live satellite broadcast was beamed into homes across America. a ship which is due to begin beaming radio broadcasts to China
beam
One of the long feathers in the wing of a hawk; called also beam feather
beam
A structural member, usually horizontal and narrow in proportion to its depth, which supports superimposed loads primarily by its internal resistance to bending The bending effect at any point in a beam is found by calculating the bending moment The principal structural materials for beams are: steel, light alloy, timber, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete or composite materials
beam
The particle stream produced by an accelerator usually clustered in bunches
beam
A heavy iron lever having an oscillating motion on a central axis, one end of which is connected with the piston rod from which it receives motion, and the other with the crank of the wheel shaft; called also working beam or walking beam
beam
experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion; "She was beaming with joy"; "Her face radiated with happiness"
beam
long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc , used in construction
beam
A structural member transversely supporting a load
beam
A horizontal bar which connects the stems of two or more notes to group them and to indicate metric value
beam
A horizontal framing member designed to carry a load from a set of joists or a roof and spanning an open space Usually 6" x 6" or 4" x 10" or larger
beam
Measurement of a boat at its widest point Also, a transmitted radio, sonar or radar signal
beam
A horizontal framing member designed to carry a load from a set of joists or a roof and spanning an open space Beams are typically 6 inches by 6 inches or 4 inches by 10 inches or larger
beam
A horizontal line which shows two eighth or sixteenth notes belonging to the beat shown on the bottom of the time signature
beam
The maximum horizontal dimension of the boat in any transverse section, excluding any rubbing strake or toerail
beam
A ray; a gleam; as, a beam of comfort
beam
a column of light (as from a beacon)
beam
The maximum width of a vessel; as, one vessel is said to have more beam than another; also called breadth
beam
long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc
beam
The greatest width of the boat
beam
A beam of light is a line of light that shines from an object such as a lamp
beam
The pole of a carriage
beam
To transmit matter or information via a high-tech wireless mechanism
beam
The bar of a balance, from the ends of which the scales are suspended
beam
The main part of a plow, to which the handles and colter are secured, and to the end of which are attached the oxen or horses that draw it
beam
One of the principal horizontal timbers of a building; one of the transverse members of a ships frame on which the decks are laid - supported at the sides by knees in wooden ships and by stringers in steel ones
beam
1 In radio interferometry, the inverse Fourier transform of the u-v sampling distribution, or of a weighted u-v sampling distribution, possibly convolved with a gridding convolution function: the idealized response to a point, or unresolved, radio source 2 A numerical approximation to 1 3 A digitized version of 2, sampled on a regular grid (usually regarded as an image) 4 Synonymous with point spread function 5 (Occasionally) as above, but taking into account instrumental effects, so that the beam depends on position in the sky See dirty image Occasionally, any one of the above, other than 5, is termed the synthesized beam
beam
The width of a vessel; as, one vessel is said to have more beam than another
beam
A unidirectional flow of radio waves concentrated in a particular direction A term commonly used to refer to an antenna's radiation pattern by analogy with a light beam It is most often used to describe the radiation pattern of satellite antennas The intersection of a satellite beam with the earth's surface is referred to as the (beam's) footprint
beam
A beam is a long thick bar of wood, metal, or concrete, especially one used to support the roof of a building. The ceilings are supported by oak beams. see also off-beam. In building construction, a horizontal member spanning an opening and carrying a load. The load may be a wall above the opening (see post-and-beam system) or it may be a floor or roof. Beams may be of wood, steel or other metals, reinforced or prestressed concrete, plastic, or even brick with steel reinforcement. For weight reduction, metal beams are I-shaped, having a thin vertical web and thicker horizontal flanges where greater stress occurs. A joist is any of a series of small parallel beams supporting a floor or roof. See also girder, spandrel
beam
used in construction (nautical) breadth amidships a column of light (as from a beacon) a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation smile radiantly; express joy through one's facial expression express with a beaming face or smile; "he beamed his approval
beam
emit light; be bright, as of the sun or a light; "The sun shone bright that day"; "The fire beamed on their faces"
beam
Structural member supported at two or more points, but not throughout its full length, transversely supporting a load, subjected to axial load and flexure but primarily flexure (8)
beam
A principal horizontal load carrying structural timber or steel member of a building
beam
The widest part of a vessel measured between the gunwales
beam
The principal stem or horn of a stag or other deer, which bears the antlers, or branches
beam
To emit beams of light
beam
One of the long feathers in the wing of a hawk; -- called also beam feather
beam
The central bar of a plow, to which the handles and colter are secured, and to the end of which are attached the oxen or horses that draw it
beam
especially of the complexion: show a strong bright color, such as red or pink; "Her face glowed when she came out of the sauna"
beam
A cylinder of wood, making part of a loom, on which weavers wind the warp before weaving; also, the cylinder on which the cloth is rolled, as it is woven; one being called the fore beam, the other the back beam
beam
To send forth; to emit; followed ordinarily by forth; as, to beam forth light
beam
Fig
beam
{f} smile with joy; light up; radiate
beam
broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
beam
(nautical) breadth amidships
beam
A horizontal structural member that carries a load
beam
The principal stem of the antler of a deer
beam
a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation
beam
A straight structural member that acts primarily to resist nonaxial loads
beam
If you say that someone is beaming, you mean that they have a big smile on their face because they are happy, pleased, or proud about something. Frances beamed at her friend with undisguised admiration `Welcome back,' she beamed. the beaming face of a 41-year-old man on the brink of achieving his dreams
beam
a gymnastic apparatus used by women gymnasts
beam
The crossbar of a balance, from the ends of which the scales are suspended
beam
{i} ray of light; radio wave; broad smile; horizontal support or joist used in building frames; balance beam, gymnastic wooden bar on legs on which women gymnasts stand and perform balancing exercises; full width of a ship
eye-beaming
a radiant glance of the eye; "he pretended profundity by eye-beamings at people
beaming
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