bloom

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Englisch - Türkisch
çiçek açmak

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

{i} çiçek açma

Soğuk hava birçok bitkinin çiçek açmasını engeller. - Cold weather keeps many plants from blooming.

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

(ürün) zenginleşmek
açmak

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

(Mekanik) blum
çiçeksime
açmış çiçek
yüze renk gelmek
(Bilgisayar)

Güller bu yıl erken çiçek açıyor. - The roses are blooming early this year.

Soğuk hava birçok bitkinin çiçek açmasını engeller. - Cold weather keeps many plants from blooming.

yüzüne renk gelmek
(Havacılık) çubuk
demir kütüğü
iç içe eklenmek
ham demir
en güzel çağ/dönem
çiçeklenmek
sağlıklı bir renge kavuşmak
{i} çiçek

Güller bu yıl erken çiçek açıyor. - The roses are blooming early this year.

Güller çiçek açmışlar. - The roses are in bloom.

{i} hamdemir
verimleşmek
sağlıklı ve güzel görünmek
çiçek vermek
{f} çiçeklen

Şeftali ağaçları tam çiçeklenme döneminde. - The Peach Trees are in their full bloom.

Bahçedeki güller tam çiçeklenmişti. - The roses in the garden are in full bloom.

gelişmek
yanakların pembeliği
{f} güzelleşmek
{f} dinç olmak
{f} külçe haline getirmek (demir)
{i} (açılmış) çiçek
{f} serpilmek
{i} çiçeklenme

Şeftali ağaçları tam çiçeklenme döneminde. - The Peach Trees are in their full bloom.

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

güzelleştirmekç in full bloom ta
{i} demir külçesi
{i} hayatın baharı
taravet
{i} tazelik
meyva üzerindeki buğu
çiçek açtırmak
{i} meyve üzerindeki buğu
dökülmüş demir kütük
{i} gençlik
çiçek gibi taze ve sıhhatli olmak
algal bloom
yosun patlaması
blooming
{s} lanet olası
blooming
karın ağrısı
blooming
parıldama (ekran)
blooming
çiçek açma

Soğuk hava birçok bitkinin çiçek açmasını engeller. - Cold weather keeps many plants from blooming.

blooming
(Bilgisayar) beneğin parıldaması ekran
blooming
körolası
blooming
(Telekom) parıldama
blooming
beneğin parıldaması
blooming
çiçeklenme

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

blooming
çiçeklenerek
blooms
(Bilgisayar) çiçekler
steel bloom
çelik kütük
blooming
{f} çiçeklen

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

blooming
{i} çiçeklenmiş
cobalt bloom
kobalt çiçeği
nickel bloom
nikel filizi
algae bloom
alg çiçeklenme
blooms
kütükler
in bloom
Çiçek açmış, çiçeğe durmuş
the bloom is off the rose
çiçeklenme kapalı gül
algae bloom
(Biyoloji) alg çiçeklenmesi
blooming
çiçek açmış
blooming
kör olası
blooming
çiçekli
blooming
çiçek açan

Turist, arabayla çiçek açan meyve ağaçlarının önünden geçti. - The tourists drove past blooming fruit trees.

blooming
gençlik ve sıhhatle parlayan
blooming
kahrolası
blooming
gelişen
blooming
serpilen
blooming
{s} argo kör olası: That blooming telephone! O kör olası telefon!
blooming
(isim) çiçeklenme
blooming
çiçek ver/geliş
in bloom
çiçek açmış, çiçekte
nickel bloom
(isim)kel filizi
zinc bloom
(Kimya,Teknik) çinko kütüğü
zink bloom
çinko çiçeği
Englisch - Englisch
Flowers, collectively
The delicate, powdery coating upon certain growing or newly-gathered fruits or leaves, as on grapes, plums, etc
The opening of flowers in general; the state of blossoming or of having the flowers open

The cherry trees are in bloom.

A blossom; the flower of a plant; an expanded bud
The clouded appearance which varnish sometimes takes upon the surface of a picture
A popular term for a bright-hued variety of some minerals

the rose-red cobalt bloom.

A white area of cocoa butter that forms on the surface of chocolate when warmed and cooled
To bestow a bloom upon; to make blooming or radiant
The spongy mass of metal formed in a furnace by the smelting process

These metallic bodies gradually increasing in volume finally conglomerate into a larger mass, the bloom, which is extracted from the furnace with tongs.

A yellowish deposit or powdery coating which appears on well-tanned leather. (Knight.)
Anything giving an appearance of attractive freshness
To cause to blossom; to make flourish
Of a person, business, etc, to flourish
A state or time of beauty, freshness, and vigor/vigour; an opening to higher perfection, analogous to that of buds into blossoms

the bloom of youth.

Of a plant, to produce blooms; to open its blooms
{v} to yield blossoms, be young, flourish
{n} the blossom or flower of a tree a fine native color, perfection, square iron bar
If someone or something blooms, they develop good, attractive, or successful qualities. Not many economies bloomed in 1990, least of all gold exporters like Australia She bloomed into an utterly beautiful creature. = blossom
A coating defect consisting of the migration of an ingredient, in the coating, to the surface of the cured film Usually blooming refers to waxes or lubricants, which rise to the surface and cause a hazy appearance
A yellowish deposit or powdery coating which appears on well-tanned leather
A mass of wrought iron from the Catalan forge or from the puddling furnace, deprived of its dross, and shaped usually in the form of an oblong block by shingling
A dusty or milky looking deposit caused by migration of a liquid or solid to the surface occuring sometime after curring
An undesirable cloudy effect or whitish powdery deposit on the surface of a plastic article caused by the exudation of a compounding ingredient such as a lubricant, stabilizer pigment, plasticizer, etc
A discoloration or change in appearance of the surface of a rubber product caused by the migration of a liquid or solid to the surface Examples: sulfur bloom, wax bloom Not to be confused with dust on the surface from external sources
When a plant or tree blooms, it produces flowers. When a flower blooms, it opens. This plant blooms between May and June. + -blooming -blooming the scent of night-blooming flowers
A semi-finished steel form whose rectangular cross-section is more than eight inches This large cast steel shape is broken down in the mill to produce the familiar I-beams, H-beams and sheet piling Blooms are also part of the high-quality bar manufacturing process: Reduction of a bloom to a much smaller cross-section can improve the quality of the metal
A discoloration or change in appearance of the surface of a polyurethane product caused by the migration of a liquid or solid to the surface Examples: sulfur bloom, wax bloom Not to be confused with dust on the surface from external sources
A state or time of beauty, freshness, and vigor; an opening to higher perfection, analogous to that of buds into blossoms; as, the bloom of youth
The code name given to the third-generation Brocade Fabric ASIC This ASIC is used in SilkWorm switches 3000 series and beyond
a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health the best time of youth produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed
A blossom; the flower of a plant; an expanded bud; flowers, collectively
a discoloration or change in appearance of the surface of a rubber product caused by the migration of a liquid or solid to the surface, (e g sulfur bloom, wax bloom) Not to be confused with dust on the surface from external sources
1 flower 2 waxy coating on a leaf, stem, or pod surface producing a dusty appearance
To produce or yield blossoms; to blossom; to flower or be in flower
A plant or tree that is in bloom has flowers on it. a pink climbing rose in full bloom. the sweet smell of the blackberry in bloom
A powdery, whitish coating on leaves, stems, or fruit
The overproduction of tiny, microscopic plants (algae) in surface waters, often forming a green "scum " Triggered by nutrient pollution, excessive algal blooms cause oxygen depletion which, in extreme cases, may lead to fish kills (see surface water, nutrient pollution)
Fat bloom - the white cast and soft texture which is the result of poor tempering or exposure of the chocolate to high temperatures; while visually undesirable, the product is safe to eat
an unusually dense and visible growth of organisms (algae or phytoplankton) in water, resulting from proliferation caused by increased nutrients (e g phosphorus), possibly toxic and reducing oxygen in water
{i} flower; flowering; glow, radiance; pollen
A bloom is the flower on a plant. the sweet fragrance of the white blooms Harry carefully picked the bloom. = flower
{f} sprout and grow; produce blossoms; glow, radiate
If something such as someone's skin has a bloom, it has a fresh and healthy appearance. The skin loses its youthful bloom. = glow see also blooming
Also referred to as plume, this is a white film or spots caused by the oils in the tobacco rising to the surface of a cigar's wrapper It is harmless, and usually indicated a strong tasting smoke
A sign of good manufacture and sorting (where reduction of leaf has taken place before firing) a 'sheen' that has not been lost through over-handling or over-sorting
produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
the best time of youth
In bread baking, the word bloom refers to the nice attractive, brownish color of the crust on a properly baked loaf of bread Delicious and picture perfect (see zip-a-dee-do-da)
To add ingredients to the dye bath which increase the brightness of colors
a sudden increase in the biomass of phytoplankton or benthic algae in a given area
The opening of flowers in general; the state of blossoming or of having the flowers open; as, the cherry trees are in bloom
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
a powdery deposit on a surface
– also known as plume, this is a naturally occurring phenomenon in which a fine white powder appears on the cigar This is common in the cigar aging process of cigars The oils that exude from the tobacco cause the bloom Is sometime confused with mold, which is blue and cannot be wiped away from the cigar Some consider bloom a sign of a well-aged cigar
A popular term for a bright-hued variety of some minerals; as, the rose-red cobalt bloom
A bluish cast forming on the surface of some films It may be caused by foreign materials such as smoke, oil or dust, during the drying process
Material which has diffused to the surface of rubber to give a cloudy or milky discoloration It does not usually impair usefulness
the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
the organic process of bearing flowers; "you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed"
A semi-finished steel form whose rectangular cross section is more than eight inches This large cast steel shape is broken down in the mill to produce the familiar 1-beams, H-beams and sheet piling Blooms are also part of the high quality bar manufacturing process: Reduction of a bloom to a much smaller cross-section can improve the quality of the metal
Hence: Anything giving an appearance of attractive freshness; a flush; a glow
Process of the development of the bright color associated with the formation of oxymyoglobin on lean surface of a muscle cross section when it is exposed to oxygen The color generally turns from a purple color to a bright reddish color
The dull, white appearance on the surface of chocolate caused by fat migration This happens when it has been on the shelf too long or in the sun for example
A large bar of steel formed directly from an ingot by hammering or rolling, being a preliminary shape for further working
The whitish appearance of some stems and leaves, similar to that on a freshly picked plum
To be in a state of healthful, growing youth and vigor; to show beauty and freshness, as of flowers; to give promise, as by or with flowers
a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health
blow
Bloom syndrome
A particular genetic disease; its most apparent symptom is stunted growth
Bloom's syndrome
A particular genetic disease; its most apparent symptom is stunted growth
bloom of youth
the best time of youth
blooming
bloody (in its vulgar senses)
blooming
Thriving in health, beauty, and vigor, vigour; indicating the freshness and beauties of youth or health
blooming
Bloody; bleeding; extremely

My train's late again. Blooming typical.

blooming
The process of making blooms from the ore or from cast iron
blooming
Opening in blossoms; flowering
blooming
Present participle of bloom
choking bloom
An event in which a colony of plants, algae, or bacteria becomes so widespread in a body of water that it draws enough oxygen out of the water to kill other inhabitants of that ecosystem, and eventually becomes unable to sustain itself
in bloom
blooming, blossoming, having flowers opening
iron bloom
A mixture of fine iron particles, unreacted iron oxide (ore), and charcoal residue
phytoplankton bloom
A large, temporary colony of phytoplankton floating in the sea; they are important in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
blooming
{a} full of blossoms, youthful
The bloom is off the rose
When the bloom is off the rose, it means, figuratively, that whatever you are talking about has lost its first freshness, it's former beauty and allure. Literally, it means, of course, that the blooms of the rose have withered and dropped
Blooming
flowering
Harold Bloom
born July 11, 1930, New York, N.Y., U.S. U.S. literary critic. Bloom studied at Cornell and Yale universities and taught at Yale from 1955. In The Anxiety of Influence (1973) and A Map of Misreading (1975) he suggested that poetry results from poets deliberately misreading the works that both influence and threaten them. In The Book of J (1990) he speculated that the earliest known biblical texts were written by a woman with principally literary intentions. His best-selling The Western Canon (1994) identifies 26 canonical Western writers and argues against the politicization of literary study
Leopold Bloom
the main character in the novel Ulysses by James Joyce
algal bloom
a phenomenon whereby excessive nutrients within a river, stream or lake cause an explosion of plant life which results in the depletion of the oxygen in the water needed by fish and other aquatic life Algae bloom is usually the result of urban runoff (of lawn fertilizers, etc ) The potential tragedy is that of a "fish kill," where the stream life dies in one mass extinction
algal bloom
excessive growth of aquatic algae resulting from nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus being added to the environment
algal bloom
The rapid excessive growth of algae, generally caused by high nutrient levels and favourable conditions Can result in deoxygenation of the water mass when the algae die, leading to the death of aquatic flora and fauna
algal bloom
A dense mass of very small, aquatic organisms, such as plankton, easily visible to the eye (Dictionary of Science)
algal bloom
A rapid accumulation of living organic matter (usually on the water's surface) Possible results of blooms include water quality deterioration, algae dying & breaking down, algae consuming the dissolved oxygen and releasing toxins
algal bloom
sudden, massive growths of microscopic and macroscopic plant life, algae, and cyanobacteria, which develop in lakes, reservoirs, and marine waters
algal bloom
a sudden spurt of algal growth that can indicate potentially hazardous changes in local water chemistry
algal bloom
a large, visible mass of algae found in water bodies during warm weather
algal bloom
(1) A phenomenon whereby excessive nutrients within a river, stream or lake cause an explosion of plant life which results in the depletion of the oxygen in the water needed by fish and other aquatic life Algae bloom is usually the result of urban runoff (of lawn fertilizers, etc ) Potential tragedy is that of a "fish kill," resulting in massive stream life extinction (2) Rapid growth of algae on the surface of lakes, streams, or ponds; stimulated by nutrient enrichment It is associated with Eutrophication and results in deterioration in water quality Also spelled Algae Bloom ADVANCE\x 540
algal bloom
Rapid growth of algae in surface waters due to an increase in nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus
algal bloom
a high density algal growth, typically blue-green algae/cyanobacteria, that are often seen as free floating mats; they can occur suddenly as a result of opportunistic growth spurts and can adversely affect water quality
algal bloom
A bloom of algae occurs when their growth is so rapid that they become numerous enough to colour a body of water, a population explosion of phytoplankton in response to changing environmental conditions, including eutrophication from wastewater and non-point sources, blooms can result in oxygen depletion and biological impacts such as fish kills, blooms are often the result of urban runoff of lawn fertilizers
algal bloom
Excessive, or dense growths, of a single or several species of algae Usually of relatively short duration but may persist for extended periods
algal bloom
large, visible masses of algae found in bodies of water during warm water
algal bloom
Heavy growth of algae in and on a body of water as a result of high nutrient concentrations
algal bloom
proliferation of living algae on the surface of lakes, streams, or ponds that is stimulated by nutrient, especially nitrogen or phosphate, enrichment
algal bloom
Rapid growth of algae on the surface of lakes, streams, or ponds; stimulated by nutrient enrichment
algal bloom
Rapid and flourishing growth of algae Sudden, massive growths of microscopic and macroscopic plant life, such as green or bluegreen algae, which develop in lakes and reservoirs
bloomed
past of bloom
blooming
Thriving in health, beauty, and vigor; indicating the freshness and beauties of youth or health
blooming
may have several causes: - absorption of moisture during drying - partial detachment of the coating film from the substrate - incompatibility of the coating
blooming
Someone who is blooming looks attractively healthy and full of energy. If they were blooming with confidence they wouldn't need me She's in blooming health. used for emphasizing a remark, especially when you are angry or surprised
blooming
{i} flowering, blossoming, flourishing, thriving
blooming
the organic process of bearing flowers; "you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed"
blooming
This is the term given to pixels that are over saturated on the digital still camera sensor Eg When taking a photo of the sky and trees, due to the brightness of the sky the detail of the leaves is lost in the end picture
blooming
{s} thriving, flourishing; damned, cursed (British)
blooming
The smearing of regions of the image where the detected brightness is at an excessive level to the receiving element due to electronic contamination from neighboring bright pixels
blooming
extremely, in an emphasized manner (British)
blooming
Streaks or halos appearing around bright areas of an image that are caused by gross overexposure to the CCD It' like an electronic equivalent of flare
blooming
the organic process of bearing flowers; "you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed
blooming
Is the bleeding of signal charge from extremely bright pixels to adjoining pixels, over-saturating those pixels Mask or potential barriers and charge sinks are used to reduce blooming
blooming
A hazy or foggy appearance due to the incompatibility of son of the compounds in the coating or plastic sheeting
blooming
The overflow of high white signals appearing as a defocused blur on the monitor screen
blooming
(used of persons) informal intensifiers; "what a bally (or blinking) nuisance"; "a bloody fool"; "a crashing bore"; "you flaming idiot"
blooming
Each photosite of a CCD chip can contain a certain amount of electric charge This amount is determined by the well depth of the CCD When the well-depth is exceeded, electric charge "bleeds" out of the photosite appearing in an image as a bright streak extending vertically from a bright source in the image (usually a star) This effect can be minimized or eliminated by using a CCD with an anti-blooming gate
blooming
Hazy or foggy appearance due to the incompatibility of son of the compounds in the coating or plastic sheeting
blooming
A visual effect caused by overexposing a CCD sensor, which can cause distortions of the subject and/or color
blooming
A "digital overexposure" caused by exposing a CCD element to too much light while scanning an image It can produce distortions of color and other image information
blooms
third-person singular of bloom
blooms
plural of , bloom
canker bloom
The bloom or blossom of the wild rose or dog-rose
water bloom
A growth of algae at or near the surface of a body of water, such as a pond. Dense aquatic accumulation of microscopic organisms produced by an abundance of nutrients in surface water coupled with adequate sunlight for photosynthesis. The microorganisms or the toxic substances they release may discolour the water, exhaust its oxygen content, poison aquatic animals and waterfowl, and irritate the skin and respiratory tract of humans. Single species of algae, diatoms, or dinoflagellates, reproducing every few hours, may dominate a bloom's population; the number of individuals per quart (litre) of water, normally about 1,000, can increase to 60 million. Blooms of the dinoflagellate genus Gymnodinium cause red tides. The Red Sea is named for the occasional blooms of the alga Trichodesmium erythraeum. See also water pollution
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von bloom im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

bloom taksonomisi
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bloom's taxonomy
bloom
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