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Englisch - Türkisch
dinamitle havaya uçurmak
hayranlık uyandırıcı şey/kimse

Dinamit balıkçılığı resif ekosistemler için son derece tahrip edicidir. - Dynamite fishing is extremely destructive to reef ecosystems.

Dinamit taşıma tehlikeli olabilir. - Handling dynamite can be dangerous.

{f} dinamitle patlat
{i} eroin
dynamiter dinamitçi
nitrogliserinden yapılmış patlayıcı bir madde
dinamitle uçuran kişi
{i} çarpıcı şey

Dinamitle büyük bir kayayı havaya uçurduk. - We blew up a huge rock with dynamite.

(Askeri) DİNAMİTLE TAHRİP ETMEK: Dinamitle atmak veya imha etmek
{i} potansiyel tehlike
(fiil) dinamitlemek
ammonia dynamite
(Askeri) (COMMERCIAL) AMONYA DİNAMİT (TİCARİ): Arazi temizlemede, huni açmada ve taş ocaklarında kullanılan ticari bir dinamit cinsi
(isim) dinamitçi
politik amaçla dinamitleme
Englisch - Englisch
To blow up with dynamite or other high explosive
Anything exceptionally dangerous, exciting or wonderful
A class of explosives made from nitroglycerine in an absorbent medium such as kieselguhr, used in mining and blasting; invented by Alfred Nobel in 1867
It is safer than nitroglycerin, being less liable to explosion from moderate shocks, or from spontaneous decomposition
An explosive substance consisting of nitroglycerin absorbed by some inert, porous solid, as infusorial earth, sawdust, etc
an explosive containing nitrate sensitized with nitroglycerin absorbed on wood pulp blow up with dynamite; "The rock was dynamited
{f} blow up with dynamite; mine or charge with dynamite
Dynamite is a type of explosive that contains nitroglycerin. Fifty yards of track was blown up with dynamite
1 Potent heroin
an explosive containing nitrate sensitized with nitroglycerin absorbed on wood pulp
{i} type of explosive
1 temper 2 material force 3 explosive emotions (including fears) 4 danger
approval If you describe someone or something as dynamite, you think that they are exciting. The first kiss is dynamite. to damage or destroy something with dynamite. Blasting explosive, patented in 1867 by Alfred P. Nobel. Dynamite is based on nitroglycerin but is much safer to handle than nitroglycerin alone. By mixing the nitroglycerin with kieselguhr, a porous silica-containing earth, in proportions that left an essentially dry and granular material, Nobel produced a solid that was resistant to shock but readily explodable by heat or sudden impact. Later, wood pulp was substituted as the absorbent, and sodium nitrate was added as an oxidizing agent to increase the strength of the explosive
blow up with dynamite; "The rock was dynamited"
If you describe a piece of information as dynamite, you think that people will react strongly to it. Her diaries are political dynamite
(3 syl ) An explosive compound consisting of some absorbent (as infusorial earth) saturated with nitroglycerine (Greek, dunamis, power )
past of dynamite
a person who uses dynamite, especially one who uses it unlawfully
One who uses dynamite; esp
one who uses it for the destruction of life and property
{i} terrorist; person who uses dynamite
a person who uses dynamite in a revolutionary cause
third-person singular of dynamite
present participle of dynamite
Destroying by dynamite, for political ends