dilute

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Englisch - Türkisch
seyreltmek
{s} sulandırılmış
seyreltilmiş

Suda 1/10 oranında seyreltilmiş idrar mükemmel bir gübredir. - Urine diluted in water 1:10 is an excellent fertilizer.

(Tıp,Teknik) dilüe etmek
(Denizbilim) seyrelen
açmak renk
seyreltik
sulu
sulandırmak

Örneğimi sulandırmak için bu çözücüyü kullanabilir miyim? - Can I use this solvent to dilute my sample?

Test tüpündeki asiti sulandırmak için kaç litre su kullandınız? - How many liters of water did you use to dilute the acid in the test tube?

{f} cansızlaştırmak
seyrelt

Suda 1/10 oranında seyreltilmiş idrar mükemmel bir gübredir. - Urine diluted in water 1:10 is an excellent fertilizer.

açık
{f} etkisini azaltmak
hafif
(Tıp) Sulandırmak, eriyiğin yoğunluğunu azaltmak
dilüe et,v.sulandır: adj.sulu
{s} etkisi azalmış
sulanma
{f} sulandırmak, su katmak; hafifletmek
dilute su katılmış
(Biyoloji) dilüe et
su katılmış herhangi bir şey
{f} açmak (renk)
(Gıda) seyreltmek sıvı
inceltmek
dilute acid
(Fizik) seyreltik asit
dilute solution
seyreltik çözelti
dilute labour
deneyimsiz işçilerin yanına deneyimlileri de almak
dilute to
için seyreltik
dilute, diluted
Seyreltilmiş seyreltik
dilute alcohol
(Fizik) seyreltik alkol
dilute labor
(fiil) deneyimli işçilerin arasına niteliksizleri katmak
dilute labor
{f} deneyimli işçilerin arasına niteliksizleri katmak
dilute sewage
seyreltik pissu
dilute solution
zayıf çözelti
dilute solutions
(Kimya) seyrelti eriyik
dilute the blood
kan sulandırmak
dilution
seyreltme
diluted
seyreltilmiş

Suda 1/10 oranında seyreltilmiş idrar mükemmel bir gübredir. - Urine diluted in water 1:10 is an excellent fertilizer.

diluted
seyreltilen
diluted
sulandırılan
diluted
dilüe edilmiş
diluted
dilüe
dilution
inceltme
dilution
(Jeoloji) derişim
dilution
incelme
dilution
seyrelme
diluted
hafif
diluted
seyreltik
diluted
su katılmış
diluted
açık
dilution
sulandırma
diluted
{f} seyrelt

Suda 1/10 oranında seyreltilmiş idrar mükemmel bir gübredir. - Urine diluted in water 1:10 is an excellent fertilizer.

dilution
seyreltim
dilutive
artışı
diluted
{s} etkisi azalmış
diluted
dilüe et
diluted
(Tıp) Sulandırılmış, yoğunluğu azaltılmış
diluted
(Diş Hekimliği) Yoğun olmayan, sulu, dilüe
diluted
{f} dilüe et: adj.dilüe
diluted
{s} sulandırılmış
diluted
{f} sulandır: adj.sulandırılmış
dilution
(Tıp) Sulandırılmış eriyik
dilution
(Tıp) Su ilavesiyle bir eriyiğin yoğunluğunu azaltam, sulandırma
dilution
{i} cansızlaştırma
dilution
dilüsyon
dilution
{i} seyrelti

Bizim dünkü kimya dersimiz asitler ve bazların seyreltilmesi hakkındaydı. - Our chemistry lesson yesterday was about dilution of acids and bases.

dilution
{i} eriyik
dilution
seyrelme/seyreltme
to dilute
(Diş Hekimliği) sulandırmak; konsantrasyonunu azaltmak
Englisch - Englisch
To cause the value of individual shares to decrease by increasing the total number of shares
To make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water
Having a low concentration

Clean the panel with a dilute, neutral cleaner.

To weaken, especially by adding a foreign substance
Weak; reduced in strength due to dilution, diluted
to make more fluid or less concentrated by admixture with something
{f} make a liquid thinner or weaker, water down, reduce the strength of
{v} to thin, to weaken with water
Urine was overly dilute - Creatinine < 20 mg/dL AND Specific Gravity < 1 003 - any drugs present MAY be diluted to concentrations below the threshold Positive results are valid
lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture; "cut bourbon"
We dilute a solution by adding more of the solvent to it
A description of a wine whose aromas and flavors are thin and watery
To lessen the force, strength, purity, or brilliance of, especially by mixing together
If someone or something dilutes a belief, quality, or value, they make it weaker and less effective. There was a clear intention to dilute black voting power + dilution di·lu·tion a potentially devastating dilution of earnings per share. a dilute liquid has been made weaker by the addition of water or another liquid
lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture; "cut bourbon
Diluted; thin; weak
To lower the concentration of a mixture; in this case the concentration of any hazardous gas in mine air by addition of fresh intake air
To diminish the strength, flavor, color, etc
corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones; "adulterate liquor"
reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity; "diluted alcohol"; "a dilute solution"; "dilute acetic acid"
To make thinner or more liquid by admixture with something; to thin and dissolve by mixing
to thin out, or having been thinned out; less than full strength
To weaken
of, by mixing; to reduce, especially by the addition of water; to temper; to attenuate; to weaken
To add more of a solvent to a solution; especially to add more water
A dilute liquid is very thin and weak, usually because it has had water added to it. a dilute solution of bleach
If a liquid is diluted or dilutes, it is added to or mixes with water or another liquid, and becomes weaker. If you give your baby juice, dilute it well with cooled, boiled water The liquid is then diluted The poisons seeping from Hanford's contaminated land quickly dilute in the water. + dilution di·lu·tion ditches dug for sewage dilution
– to make the strength of a mixture weaker, less concentrated; for example, by adding more water to a pesticide mixture
To reduce a mixture's strength by adding liquid, usually water
To thin down or weaken as by mixing with water
To become attenuated, thin, or weak; as, it dilutes easily
A term used to describe the weaker of two solutions when comparing two solutions
Weak
{s} diluted, watered down, thinned, reduced in strength
dilute labor
{f} reduce the professonal workers by hiring non-professional workers
diluted
Simple past tense and past participle of dilute
diluter
A device that adds a measured amount of sample to a measured amount of diluent
dilution
A solution that has had additional solvent, such as water, added to it into order to make it less concentrated
dilution
The process of making something dilute
diluted
{a} made thin, weakened, softened
diluter
{n} what dilutes, what thins
dilution
{n} the act of diluting or making thin
diluted
That has had something added in order to dilute it
diluted
made less strong or severe; "a pale gleam of diluted sunlight"
diluted
reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity; "diluted alcohol"; "a dilute solution"; "dilute acetic acid" made less strong or severe; "a pale gleam of diluted sunlight
diluted
Reduced in strength; thin; weak
diluted
{s} made thinner or weaker by addition of water; made fainter; reduced in strength
diluted
past of dilute
diluted
reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity; "diluted alcohol"; "a dilute solution"; "dilute acetic acid"
diluted
made less strong or severe; "a pale gleam of diluted sunlight
diluter
One who, or that which, dilutes or makes thin, more liquid, or weaker
dilutes
third-person singular of dilute
diluting
present participle of dilute
dilution
The reduction of earnings, or the value of a stock, that can occur in a merger when more shares are issued; or with conversion of convertible securities into common stock
dilution
weakening (reducing the concentration) by the addition of water or a thinner a diluted solution
dilution
The process by which more solvent is added to decrease the concentration of a solution
dilution
Effect on earnings per share and book value per share if all convertible securities were converted and all warrants and stock options were exercised
dilution
Reduction in per share participation in net earnings and ownership through an increase in issued stock
dilution
The process by which an investor's ownership percentage is reduced by the issuance of new securities Also: the effect on earnings per share and book value per share if all convertible securities are converted and all warrants or stock options are exercised
dilution
{i} act of diluting, thinning, watering down; substance which has been diluted
dilution
A dilution is a liquid that has been diluted with water or another liquid, so that it becomes weaker. `Aromatherapy oils' are not pure essential oils but dilutions
dilution
Dilution is the effect on a company's earnings per share caused by the conversion of convertible securities or the issuance of additional shares of stock Dilution reduces earnings per share by increasing the number of shares potentially outstanding
dilution
weakening (reducing the concentration) by the addition of water or a thinner
dilution
Dilution refers to the issuance of more shares from a company's treasury - thereby diluting other shareholders Hence, companies sometimes report "fully diluted earnings", i e the earnings per share AS IF all shares under option had been exercised This can be very significant
dilution
The reduction in the percentage size of one's shareholding through the issue of new capital
dilution
Your company must be newly financed at lower prices and that forces out the original investors or reduces their original stake Typically occurs when new shares are issued disproportionately and the price at which they are issued is less than the market or book value of the outstanding shares prior to the issuance of the new shares Also known as Cram Down Round and Blow-Out Round
dilution
Process of reducing the concentration of a solute in solution, usually simply by mixing with more solvent
dilution
an estimate of the amount of waste or low-grade mineralized rock which will be mined with the ore as part of normal mining practices in extracting an orebody
dilution
Dilution has two meanings in finance The first is the process by which an investor's ownership percentage in a company is reduced by the issuance of new securities The second is the effect on earnings per share and book value per share if all convertible securities were converted and all warrants or stock options were exercised (See Stock Options and Warrants)
dilution
The diminution in the proportion of income to which each share is entitled
dilution
The action of the verb dilute
dilution
Dilution has two meanings in finance The first is the process by which an investor’s ownership percentage in a company is reduced by the issuance of new securities The second is the effect on earnings per share and book value per share if all convertible securities were converted and all warrants or stock options were exercised
dilution
The legal doctrine of dilution, recognized in the statutes or case law of 31 states, applies to marks which are highly similar or identical to strong, well-known trademarks The doctrine stipulates that the use of a famous trademark by any party other than its owner will result in loss of the mark's distinctiveness - even when the goods or services are not related and there is no likelihood of confusion Some names may be judged to be available because they are already diluted; not, that is, the name is in use by a number of different companies which may or may not include a famous user
dilution
The act of diluting, or the state of being diluted
dilution
The effect of waste or low-grade ore being included unavoidably in the mined ore, lowering the recovered grade
dilution
Reduction in earnings per share of a common stock that occurs when a company issues additional shares
dilution
Reducing the actual or potential earnings per share by issuing more shares or giving options to obtain more
dilution
A dilution is the ratio of the volume of pure specimen to the total volume of specimen plus a diluent such as buffer Dilutions are expressed as the number of parts of pure specimen, a colon, and the total number of parts in the solution The number of parts of diluent are determined by subtracting the number of pure specimen parts from the total A dilution of 1: 10 contains one part pure specimen and nine parts diluent A dilution factor is the total number of parts with the volume of pure specimen being one part
dilution
a diluted solution
dilution
a control strategy used in managing smoke from prescribed fires in which smoke concentration is reduced by diluting it through a greater volume of air, either by scheduling during good dispersion conditions or burning at a slower rate (Mathews et al 1985)
dilution
Unauthorized use of a highly distinctive mark by another in a manner which tends to blur its distinctiveness or tarnish its image even without any likelihood of confusion
dilution
Diminution in the proportion of income to which each share is entitled
dilution
The action of diluting or reducing the strength or concentration of a liquid, usually by the addition of water
dilution
Effect on earnings per share and book value per share if all convertible securities were converted or all warrants or stock options were exercised
dilutive
{s} causing dilution, serving to make a liquid thinner
dilutive
Describing something that dilutes or causes dilution
dilute
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