ephemeral

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Aşkın zevki geçicidir; pişmanlığı sonsuzdur. - Love's pleasure is ephemeral; regret eternal.

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Lasting for a short period of time
Existing for only one day, as with some flowers, insects, and diseases
Something which lasts for a short period of time
n (Gr ephemeros, lasting for a day) referring to an organ living a very short time, usually a day or less; lasting a very short time
{a} daily, lasting a day
Used in this EIS in reference to a nonpermanent stream or other body of water
- lasting a short time
enduring a very short time; "the ephemeral joys of childhood"; "a passing fancy"; "youth's transient beauty"; "love is transitory but at is eternal"; "fugacious blossoms"
stream flow that only occurs during and shortly after extreme precipitation or snowmelt conditions
Lasting only a short period of time
Transitory or short-lived (e g the mayfly is an ephemeral organism)
Short-lived; existing or continuing for a short time only Many small upland streams in the HBEF are ephemeral, flowing only after snowmelt or particularly heavy storm events
watercourse which flows after heavy rain, and dries up during fine weather
If you describe something as ephemeral, you mean that it lasts only for a very short time. He talked about the country's ephemeral unity being shattered by the defeat = transient. existing or popular for only a short time (ephemeros , from hemera )
\ih-FEM-er-ul\, adjective: 1 Beginning and ending in a day; existing only, or no longer than, a day; as, an ephemeral flower 2 Short-lived; existing or continuing for a short time only
lasting for a very short time
Plant with a short life-cycle, producing several generations in a year; flowers persisting for one day only
Short-lived; existing or continuing for a short time only
{s} lasting only a day; short-lived, transitory
lasting for only a short period
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A plant that completes its life cycle in a short period of time Several life cycles may be achieved in one year
Beginning and ending in a day; existing only, or no longer than, a day; diurnal; as, an ephemeral flower
Ephemeral is anything that lasts for a brief time; transitory
One that flows only in direct response to precipitation, and whose channel is at all times above the water table
Lasting a short time, transitory
Anything lasting but a day, or a brief time; an ephemeral plant, insect, etc
ephemeric
ephemerous
ephemeral life
transient life
ephemeral stream
A stream whose channel lies above the water table and that flows only during or immediately after periods of precipitation
ephemeral stream
A stream, or reach of a stream, that flows only in direct response to precipitation It receives no protracted supply from melting snow or other source, and its channel is, at all times, above the water table
ephemeral stream
A channel at the upstream terminus of an intermittent stream that has flow only in direct response to precipitation
ephemeral stream
Streams that contain running water only sporadically, such as during and following storm events
ephemeral stream
A stream or portion of a stream that flows only in direct response to precipitation It receives little or no water from springs and no long-continued supply (less than a month and often only during storm events) from snow or other sources Its channel is at all times above the water table
ephemeral stream
A stream or part of a stream that flows only after precipitation, and whose channel is always above the water table
ephemeral stream
a stream that flows only during or immediately after periods of precipitation See also intermittent and perennial streams
ephemeral stream
A stream that flows only part time usually during snow melt periods or following rainstorms
ephemeral stream
means a stream which meets both of the following requirements: It flows only in direct response to precipitation in the immediate watershed or in response to the melting of a cover of snow and ice; and It has a channel bottom that is always above the local water table
ephemeral stream
A stream or part of a stream that flows only in direct response to precipitation or snowmelt Its channel is above the water table at all times
ephemeral stream
A stream that flows only part-time usually during snow melt periods or following rainstorms
ephemeral stream
A stream or portion of a stream that flows only in direct response to precipitation It receives little or no water from springs and no long continued supply from snow or other sources Its channel is at all times above the water table
bovine ephemeral fever
A viral disease of cattle, caused by the Ephemerovirus virus, transmitted by insects. Abbreviation: BEF
ephemerally
regarding ephemera
ephemerally
fleetingly, in a transitory manner
ephemerally
in an ephemeral manner
spring ephemeral
Any of various species of wildflowers that bloom in the early spring for only a few weeks
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