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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) Yıkılma, parçalanma, degradasyon, organik bir cismin daha küçük moleküllere bölünmesi
{i} indirgeme
{i} düşürme
aşağılık bir durum
(Gıda,Teknik) parçalanma
(Biyokimya) aşamalı giderek bozunma
Verim Kaybı
özelliklerini kaybetme
(Denizbilim) aşamalı bozunma
(Çevre) örselenme
(Havacılık) aşınma
rütbe indirme
{i} alçalma
{i} aşağılaşma
{i} indirme
(Diş Hekimliği) organik kimyasal bir bileşiğin bir karbon atomu yitirmesi
uzak görünmesi için tonu hafifletme
(Askeri) BOZULMA: Elektronik gönderme, fotoğraf teksiri veya elektronik hedef tespit cihazının (sensor) iyi çalışmaması sonucu kızıl ötesi, radar veya fotoğraf şekillerinde berraklığın azalması ve detayların silinmesi hali
{i} azalma
rütbe tenzili
{i} rütbeyi indirme
{i} bozulma

Nişasta bozulması bir Sirkadyen saate bağlıdır. - Starch degradation is linked to a Circadian clock.

İnsanlar ekosistemin bozulmasını önleyebilecek mi? - Will humanity be able to prevent the degradation of ecosystems?

(Havacılık) kalite bozulması
(Denizbilim) giderek bozunma
degradation of permafrost
(Askeri) tiyalin azalması
degradation factor
(Havacılık) bozulma faktörü
degradation of permafrost
(Askeri) TİYALİN AZALMASI: Tiyal tabakasının, tabii veya suni sebepler yüzünden azalması. Bak. "permafrost"
depth of degradation
parçalara ayırmak
kepaze etmek
iki paralık etmek
(Askeri) rütbesini alçaltmak
environmental degradation
(Çevre) çevre degradasyonu
biological degradation
biyolojik bozunma
data degradation
bilgi azalması
küçük düşürmek
{f} indirmek
land degradation
toprak bozulması
system degradation
sistem etkinlik azalımı
{f} aşınmaya uğramak
{f} onurunu kırmak
{f} rütbesini indirmek
{f} rengini açmak
degrading alçaltıcı
{f} alçak bir duruma düşürmek
derece itibariyle alçalmak
haysiyet kırıcı
{f} gerilemek
{f} düşmek
forest degradation
(Çevre) orman degradasyonu
image degradation
(Askeri) GÖRÜNTÜ BOZULMASI: Sensörün çalıştırılmasında, banyo usullerindeki hata veya filmin yanlış kullanılması nedeniyle tek sensör sistemlerinin yapısında mevcut optimum görüntü gücünün azaltılması. Sensör sistemleriyle ilgisi bulunmayan önlenemez faktörler (atmosfer olayları, kar vs) nedeniyle meydana gelen kalitedeki düşüklük bu terimle ilgili değildir
nuclear weapon degradation
(Askeri) NÜKLEER BAŞLIK BOZUKLUĞU: Bir nükleer harp başlığının, beklenen nükleer etkisinin azalacak derecede bozulması
superficial degradation
yüzeysel bozulma
Englisch - Englisch
Arrest of development, or degeneration of any organ, or of the body as a whole
The act of reducing in rank, character, or reputation, or of abasing; a lowering from one's standing or rank in office or society; diminution; as, the degradation of a peer, a knight, a general, or a bishop
The gradual breakdown of components of a material, as a result of a natural element, i.e.: heat, cold and wind
A deleterious change in the chemical structure, physical properties or appearance of a material from natural or artificial exposure
The state of being reduced in rank, character, or reputation; baseness; moral, physical, or intellectual degeneracy; disgrace; abasement; debasement
The state or condition of a species or group which exhibits degraded forms; degeneration
A gradual wearing down or wasting, as of rocks and banks, by the action of water, frost etc
Diminution or reduction of strength, efficacy, or value; degeneration; deterioration
diminution, as of strength or magnitude
{n} a degeneracy, removal, shade
means any significant decline in the quality of natural resources or natural integrity of a place or the viability of an ecosystem, caused directly or indirectly by human activities
Chemical or biological breakdown of a complex compound into simpler compounds
Process whereby a compound is usually transformed into simpler compounds
Physical, metabolic, or chemical change to a less complex form
any decline in the quality of natural resources commonly caused by human activities
a low or downcast state; "each confession brought her into an attitude of abasement"- H L Menchken
The breakdown of a chemical in the environment Usually occurs via the action of sunlight, temperature, and microorganisms in the soil This process can transform a toxic chemical into a benign chemical, or can create new, toxic breakdown products
Degradation is the process of something becoming worse or weaker, or being made worse or weaker. I feel this signals the degradation of American culture
Any significant reduction in the fertility of a soil Also, general lowering of land surfaces by erosion
A deleterious change in the chemical structure of a material
The act of reducing in rank, character, or reputation, or of abasing; a lowering from ones standing or rank in office or society; diminution; as, the degradation of a peer, a knight, a general, or a bishop
Reduction in capacity of the vegetation or soil to support life, through damage to physical, chemical or biological properties
A term used in the indicators of beneficial use impairments defined by the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement to indicate an environmental condition or state that is considered to be unacceptable or less than the condition that would exist in a healthy ecosystem In the development of the LaMP the condition was determined after consideration of the Ecosystem Goals for Lake Ontario (Section 1 7) and the preliminary ecosystem objectives
An undesired change in the operational performance of a test specimen Degradation of the operation of a test specimen does not necessarily mean malfunction
(1) A progressive lowering of the channel bed due to scour Degradation is an indicator that the stream's discharge and/or sediment load is changing The opposite of aggradation (2) A decrease in value for a designated use
To wear down, reduce to lower quality, by erosion or reduce the complexity of a chemical compound
{i} humiliation, dishonor, disgrace; reduction (in size, amount, etc.); breaking down (Chemistry)
The process by which a streambed is lowered in elevation by removal or scouring of sediment This term is also used to refer to a damaged condition of habitat
A decline in the appearance, structure, or properties, of a material or substance
Term generally used to describe the loss of resilience of material used for protective gloves Degradation may cause the material to soften, swell, become hard and brittle, or - in severe cases - disintegrate
The general lowering of the streambed by erosive processes, such as scouring by flowing water The removal of channel bed materials and downcutting of natural stream channels Such erosion may initiate degradation of tributary channels, causing damage similar to that due to gully erosion and valley trenching
changing to a lower state (a less respected state)
The process by which a stream's gradient becomes less steep, due to the erosion of sediment from the stream bed Such erosion generally follows a sharp reduction in the amount of sediment entering the stream
Gradual deterioration in performance
A type of static electricity damage that weakens an electronic device but still allows it to continue to operate within normal parameters A degraded device may later fail catastrophically as a result of only normal operating stresses or a minor power disruption See "Catastrophic Failure"
A deleterious change in the chemical structure, physical properties, or appearance of a plastic
Readjustment of the stream profile where the stream channel is lowered by the erosion of the stream bed Usually associated with high discharges
Biological, chemical or physical processes which result in the loss of the productive potential of natural resources in areas covered by forests and/or used by agriculture Degradation may be permanent, although some forest areas may recover naturally or with human assistance
French: dégradation A deterioration in the characteristics of a signal or system
The degradation of land or of the environment is the process of its becoming damaged and poorer, for example because of the effects of pollution, industry, and modern agricultural methods
disapproval You use degradation to refer to a situation, condition, or experience which you consider shameful and disgusting, especially one which involves poverty or immorality. They were sickened by the scenes of misery and degradation they found
To reduce in quality or purity

The DNA sample has degraded.

land degradation
The decline in the overall quality of soil, water or vegetation condition commonly caused by human activities
Alternative spelling of photodegradation. (Degradation by means of radiant energy as light.)
to take away honors or position from
{v} to lessen, place lower, disgrace, turn out
To reduce in altitude or magnitude, as hills and mountains; to wear down
reduce the level of land, as by erosion
Any defect that lowers the grade or quality of a log
According to W3C recommendations web pages should 'degrade gracefully', meaning that they should be displayed across different platforms and browsers in such a way that the content of a page still makes sense For example, web sites using style sheets for layout should still display text, images, navigation and content in a linearised logical order when viewed in old or non-standard compliant browser where style sheets or certain types of mark-up are not supported and therefore ignored (see also: Linearised table)
To degenerate; to pass from a higher to a lower type of structure; as, a family of plants or animals degrades through this or that genus or group of genera
To lower in value or social position
Reduce the information content of
lower the grade of something; reduce its worth
To degrade something means to cause it to get worse. the ability to meet human needs indefinitely without degrading the environment
To reduce from a higher to a lower rank or degree; to lower in rank; to deprive of office or dignity; to strip of honors; as, to degrade a nobleman, or a general officer
According to W3C recommendations web pages should 'degrade gracefully', meaning that they should be displayed in roughly the same way across different platforms and browsers For example, web sites using style sheets should still display text and images in a logical order when viewed in old or non-standard compliant browser where style sheets or certain types of mark-up are not supported and therefore ignored (see also: Linearised table)
lower the grade of something; reduce its worth reduce the level of land, as by erosion
break down
reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; "She tends to put down younger women colleagues"; "His critics took him down after the lecture"
Something that degrades someone causes people to have less respect for them. the notion that pornography degrades women When I asked him if he had ever been to a prostitute he said he wouldn't degrade himself like that. + degrading de·grad·ing Mr Porter was subjected to a degrading strip-search. = humiliating
To reduce in estimation, character, or reputation; to lessen the value of; to lower the physical, moral, or intellectual character of; to debase; to bring shame or contempt upon; to disgrace; as, vice degrades a man
In science, if a substance degrades or if something degrades it, it changes chemically and decays or separates into different substances. This substance degrades rapidly in the soil. the ability of these enzymes to degrade cellulose. = break down
{f} humiliate, dishonor; reduce (in size, amount, etc.); break down (Chemistry)
land degradation
the decline in condition or quality of the land as a consequence of misuse or overuse, involving changes to soil, flora, fauna, water quality and quantity, visual quality and production levels by humans
land degradation
The "reduction or loss, in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas, of the biological or economic productivity and complexity of rainfed cropland, irrigated cropland, or range, pasture, forest and woodlands resulting from land uses or from a process or combination of processes, including processes arising from human activities and habitation patterns, such as: (i) soil erosion caused by wind and/or water; (ii) deterioration of the physical, chemical and biological or economic properties of soil; and (iii) long-term loss of natural vegetation" (Convention to Combat Desertification)
land degradation
To lower the quality of the land, making it less suitable for growing crops or raising livestock Land degradation is caused by overcropping, overgrazing and using farming methods that make the land less fertile