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Englisch - Türkisch
yakıcı madde
optik ışınların kırılması veya eğilmesi sonucunda yakıcı hale gelen
iğneli, kınayıcı, sert (söz)
ışınların kırılmasına veya eğilmesine sebep olan eğri yüzey
(Diş Hekimliği) yakıcı; dokuya zarar verici
{s} acı (söz)
(Tıp) a) Yakıcı, b) Yakıcı madde (bileşim)
(Biyoloji) kostik
sert optik ışınların kırılması veya eğilmesi sonucunda yakıcı hale gelen
{i} kostik madde
{s} sert

Onun cevapları sertti. - His answers were caustic.

O gereksiz, sert bir soru. - That's a redundant, caustic question.

{s} onur kırıcı
acı söz
caustic lime
sönmüş kireç
caustic alkali
kostik alkali
caustic ammonia
amonyum hidroksit
caustic lime
sönmemiş kireç
caustic potash
potasyum hidroksit
caustic potash solution
potasyum hidroksit çözeltisi
caustic lime
caustic alkali
yakıcı alkali
caustic alkali
(Tekstil) alkali hidroksit
caustic alkali
hidroksitli alkali
caustic breaking
kostik kırılma
caustic corrosion
kostik paslanma
caustic embrittlement
kostik gevreklik
caustic extraction tower
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kostik ekstraksiyon kulesi
caustic material
yakıcı madde
caustic potash
{i} kostik potas
caustic potash
{i} yakıcı alkali
caustic soda Iye
(Tekstil) sudkostik çözeltisi
caustic soda
(Gıda,Kimya,Teknik) sudkostik
caustic soda
sodyum hidroksit
lunar caustic
cehennem taşı
acı acı
diluted caustic soda
seyreltilmiş sodyum hidroksit
caustic soda
(Askeri) SODYUM HİDROKSİT, KOSTİK SODA: Zehirli gazları ve kimyasal maddeleri yok etmek için kullanılır
caustic soda
kostik soda
onur kırıcı bir şekilde
kostik olarak
acı bir şekilde
lunar caustic
gümüş nitrat
Englisch - Englisch
Capable of burning, corroding or destroying organic tissue
The envelope of reflected or refracted rays of light for a given surface or object
The envelope of reflected or refracted rays for a given curve
sharp, bitter, cutting, biting, sarcastic
caustic soda
Any substance or means which, applied to animal or other organic tissue, burns, corrodes, or destroys it by chemical action; an escharotic
sarcastic and severe
harsh or corrosive in tone; "an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose"; "a barrage of acid comments"; "her acrid remarks make her many enemies"; "bitter words"; "blistering criticism"; "caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics"; "a sulfurous denunciation"
The effect given when light is transmitted through a specular surface and then strikes a diffuse surface If the specular surface is of high curvature the light will be tend to be focused When this effect is taken into account, rendered scenes involving liquids or glass are much more photorealistic Caustics can also arise when light is reflected from a specular surface The classic example is the caustic on the surface of a liquid Refraction may make it happen too The caustic shape is the envelope of the reflected rays
{a} burning, hot
{n} a burning application
of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action
any chemical substance that burns or destroys living tissue
(Sodium Hydroxide, NaOH and derivatives) The active ingredient in an alkaline bath, generally with a pH higher than 10, which removes aluminum from used extrusion dies by etching The primary ingredient, Caustic Soda (NaOH), dissolves the aluminum alloy by chemical reactions with no affect on the die steel
capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action; a hydroxide of a light metal
Any substance capable of burning or destroying animal flesh or tissue
A detrimental coffee taste sensation characterized by burning, sour sensation on the posterior sides of the tongue Caused by alkaloids increasing the sourness of the acids in combination with a high percentage of salts
A corrosive capable of eating away or destroying matter The term is applied to the destructive action of powerful alkalies such as hydroxides
strongly alkaline material that produces either corrosion or irritation to living tissue
A highly alkaline substance such as sodium hydroxide
Severe; satirical; sharp; as, a caustic remark
Caustic chemical substances are very powerful and can dissolve other substances. caustic cleaning agents Remember that this is caustic; use gloves or a spoon. = corrosive
A caustic remark is extremely critical, cruel, or bitter. His abrasive wit and caustic comments were an interviewer's nightmare = bitter, acid
any chemical substance that burns or destroys living tissue of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action
Something alkaline that strongly irritates, corrodes or destroys living tissue (see Alkali)
Any substance capable of burning or destroying animal flesh or tissue The term is usually applied to strong bases
{s} capable of chemically corroding organic tissue, corrosive
a strong alkali capable of attacking and damaging other substances Sodium hydroxide, used in relaxers, is caustic and can severely damage the hair and skin
Capable of destroying the texture of anything or eating away its substance by chemical action; burning; corrosive; searing
corrosive; capable of destroying by chemical action
A Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) solution
– a corrosive chemical that can burn the skin
Strong alkaline substance which irritates the skin
Any strong alkaline substance that has a corrosive or irritating effect on living tissue A substance that is chemically similar to sodium hydroxide (NaOH)
A strong base or alkaline material
A caustic curve or caustic surface
A chemical that is strongly irritating or corrosive
caustic curve
A curve to which the ray of light, reflected or refracted by another curve, are tangents, the reflecting or refracting curve and the luminous point being in one plane

Caustic curves and surfaces are called catacaustic when formed by reflection, and diacaustic when formed by refraction.

caustic curves
plural form of caustic curve
caustic potash
Potassium hydroxide
caustic soda
Common name for sodium hydroxide (NaOH), a strong alkaline substance used in the manufacture of paint and detergents, or as a drain cleaner
caustic sodas
plural form of caustic soda
caustic sulphite caramel
A material manufactured by heating sugars with a sulphite and, normally, caustic soda
caustic surface
A surface to which rays reflected or refracted by another surface are tangents

Caustic curves and surfaces are called catacaustic when formed by reflection, and diacaustic when formed by refraction.

caustic surfaces
plural form of caustic surface
caustic potash
{i} potassium hydroxide, toxic and very corrosive white chemical (used in the soap and bleach industry)
caustic potash
a potassium compound often used in agriculture and industry
caustic soda
A common name for sodium hydroxide, a strong base or alkali
caustic soda
sodium hydroxide, NaOH
caustic soda
Often referred to as "caustic" or "lye," it is the principal co-product in chlorine manufacture Sold as a household chemical for unblocking drains and used industrially in the manufacture of rayon, pulp and paper, aluminium, soaps and detergents, textiles and vegetable oils
caustic soda
The common name for Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) a colorless, odorless liquid produced as part of the same process that creates chlorine from brine A strong alkali which is used as a neutralizing agent in a wide range of chemical processes
caustic soda
The common name for sodium hydroxide
caustic soda
a strongly alkaline caustic used in manufacturing soap and paper and aluminum and various sodium compounds
caustic soda
sodium hydroxide
caustic soda
Caustic soda is a powerful chemical substance used to make strong soaps and clean drains. Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), an inorganic compound. The alkalies called caustic soda and caustic potash (potassium hydroxide) are very important industrial chemicals, with uses in the manufacture of soaps, glass, and numerous other products. They have been easily extracted since ancient times by soaking wood ashes in water (see lye). Industrial methods of caustic-soda production developed in the 18th century (the Leblanc process) and 19th century (the Solvay, or ammonia-soda, process) have been largely displaced by electrolysis
caustic soda
Sodium hydroxide, chemical formula NaOH White deliquescent crystals that absorb carbon dioxide and water from the air Soluble in water, alcohol and glycerol and used as a strong base in chemical reactions
in a caustic vitriolic manner; "he addressed her caustically
In a caustic manner
critically, harshly; corrosively
in a caustic vitriolic manner; "he addressed her caustically"
{i} substances which burn, scalding substances, corrosive substances
plural of caustic
lunar caustic
Silver nitrate in the form of sticks used in cauterization
lunar caustic
silver nitrate fused into sticks and formerly used as a caustic