erosion

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Englisch - Türkisch
aşındırma
aşınma
erozyon

O tepedeki ağaçlar kesilirse, oldukça çabuk bir şekilde erozyonu görürsün. - If the trees on that hill are cut down, you'll see erosion pretty quickly.

yalama
{i} kemirme
{i} sarsma
(Askeri) AŞINMA: Mekanik aşınma ve barut gazının kimyasal tesiri sonucu, bir top veya silah namlusunun iç kısmında husule gelen aşınma. Yüksek hareket, yüksek ilk hız ve kimyasal tesir neticesi namluda aşınma olur ve namlu çapı genişler
i., jeol. erozyon, aşınma; aşındırma
(Tıp) Belli bir yüzey üzerindeki epitelin kaybı, deri veya mukoza üzerinde sınırlı bir bölgenin epitel'den mahrum oluşu ile belirgin durum, erozyon
erosive aşındırıcı
(Tıp) Dişin mine tabakasının kimyasal etikler sonuc dişin yenmesi
aşınım
yontuklaşma
erosion column
peribacası
erosion columns
(Jeoloji) peribacaları
erosion terrace
erozyon sekisi
erosion coefficient
aşınma katsayısı
erosion control works
(Çevre) erozyon kontrol çalışması
erosion cycle
(Tarım) erozyon devridaimi
erosion of money
(Ticaret) paranın değerindeki aşınma
erosion of money
(Ticaret) paranın değer kaybı
erosion resistance
(Askeri) erozyona karşı direnç
erosion slope
(Coğrafya) erozyon yamacı
erosion slope
(Coğrafya) erozyon eğimi
erosion surface
aşınma yüzeyi
erosion surface
erozyon sathı
erosion surface
(Çevre) erozyon yüzeyi
erosion valley
(Çevre) erozyon vadisi
gully erosion
selinti aşınımı
slope erosion
(Çevre) yamaç aşınması
susceptible to erosion
erozyona karşı hassas
susceptible to erosion
aşınmaya karşı duyarlı
abnormal erosion
olağandışı aşınma
abnormal erosion
hızlanmış erozyon
aeolian erosion
rüzgâr erozyonu
beach erosion
kıyı erozyonu
channel erosion
kanal erozyonu
fluvial erosion
akarsu erozyonu
geological erosion
jeolojik erozyon
glacial erosion
buzul aşındırması
gully erosion
sellenme erozyonu
internal erosion
dahili erozyon
lateral erosion
yanlama aşınma
lateral erosion
yandan aşınma
marine erosion
deniz aşındırması
monetary erosion
para erozyonu
sheet erosion
yüzeysel erezyon
sheet erosion
yüzey erozyonu
soil erosion
toprak aşınması
soil erosion
erozyon
soil erosion
toprak erozyonu
splash erosion
sıçratma erozyonu
beach erosion
kumsal erozyonu
erosions
erozyonlar
financial erosion
finansal erozyon
gully erosion
sellenme erozyonu, selinti aşınımı
headward erosion
geriye aşınma
spark erosion
erozyon kıvılcım
surface erosion
yüzey erozyonu
vertical erosion
derine aşındırma
water erosion
su erozyonu
wind erosion
rüzgâr erozyonu
wire erosion
tel erozyon
accelerated erosion
hızlandırılmış erozyon
accelerated erosion
hızlandırılmış aşınma
accelerated erosion
(Çevre,Tarım) hızlanmış erozyon
backward erosion
geriye doğru aşınma
barrel erosion
(Askeri) NAMLU AŞINMASI: Namlu iç yüzeyinin, gaz ısısı, kimyasal etkiler ve mekanik sürtünmeler dolayısıyla aşınması. Namlu aşınması hızın düşmesine sebep olur
barrel erosion
(Askeri) namlu aşınması
base level of erosion
erozyon taban seviyesi
beach erosion
(Çevre) sahil erozyonu
beach erosion control
(Çevre) sahil erozyon kontrolu
beach erosion control
(Askeri) kıyı erozyonu kontrolu
beach erosion disasters
(Askeri) kıyı erozyon felaketleri
coast erosion
sahil erozyonu
coastal erosion
(Askeri) kıyı erozyonu
cycle of erosion
erozyon döngüsü
geologic erosion
tabii erozyon
geologic erosion
normal erozyon
geologic erosion
jeolojik erozyon
glacial erosion
buzul erozyonu
headward erosion
gerileyici aşınma
headward erosion
nehirlerin yataklarını düzleştirmek için kaynağa doğru yaptıkları aşındırma
headward erosion
başa-doğru aşınma
incipient erosion
erozyon başlangıcı
incipient erosion
aşınma başlangıcı
lateral erosion
(Coğrafya) yanlamasına aşınma
lateral erosion
yanal aşınma
lateral erosion
yanal erozyon
lateral erosion
(Coğrafya) yana aşındırma
marine erosion
(Coğrafya) dalga aşındırması
pitting erosion
oyulma erozyonu
rain splash erosion
(Çevre) yağmur damlası erozyonu
regressive erosion
geriye doğru erozyon
regulation for erosion control
(Çevre) erozyon kontrol düzenlemeleri
river erosion
(Coğrafya) akarsu aşındırması
river erosion
(Coğrafya) akarsu erozyonu
runoff erosion
(Coğrafya) yüzeysel akış erozyonu
shore erosion
kıyı erozyonu
slag erosion
curuf erozyonu
spark erosion
kıvılcım ile aşındırma
stream erosion
nehir/akarsu erozyonu
stream erosion
(Jeoloji) akarsu aşındırması
suffer (from) erosion
erozyona uğramak
torrent erosion
(Çevre) sel erozyonu
underground erosion
yeraltı aşınması
underground erosion
yeraltı erozyonu
wave erosion
dalga aşındırması
wave erosion
dalga erozyonu
Englisch - Englisch
Destruction by abrasive action of fluids
The result of having been being worn away or eroded, as by a glacier on rock or the sea on a cliff face
A shallow ulceration or lesion, usually involving skin or epithelial tissue
One of two fundamental operations in morphological image processing from which all other morphological operations are derived
The changing of a surface by mechanical action, friction, thermal expansion or contraction, or impact
Loss of tooth enamel due to non-bacteriogenic chemical processes
{n} the act of eating away, corrosion, waste
The wearing down or washing away of the soil and land surface by the action of water, wind, or ice
(geology) the mechanical process of wearing or grinding something down (as by particles washing over it)
Processes (mechanical and chemical) responsible for the wearing away, loosening, and dissolving of materials of the Earth's crust
The wearing away of the earth's surface by any natural process
The chief agent of erosion is running water; minor agents are glaciers, the wind, and waves breaking against the coast
The wearing down or washing away of the soil and land surface by the action of water, wind or ice
The wearing away of the land surface by running water, wind, ice and other geological agents
A gradual wearing away of soil or rock by running water, waves, or wind Concrete surface disturbance caused by cavitation, abrasion from moving particles in water, impact of pedestrian or vehicular traffic, or impact of ice floes Surface displacement of soil caused by weathering, dissolution, abrasion, or other transporting The gradual wearing away of material as a result of abrasive action Excessive recreation along the faces of the dams has caused unnecessary erosion along the abutments
(geology) the mechanical process of wearing or grinding something down (as by particles washing over it) a gradual decline of something; "after the accounting scandal there was an erosion of confidence in the auditors"
Wearing away of the land by the action of water,ice or wind
wearing away of rock or soil by the gradual detachment of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice, and other mechanical or chemical forces
erosion by chemical action
The erosion of support, values, or money is a gradual decrease in its level or standard. the erosion of moral standards. a dramatic erosion of support for the program. Removal of surface material from the Earth's crust and transportation of the eroded materials by natural agencies from the point of removal. Erosion is caused by wind action, river and stream processes, marine processes (sea waves), and glacial processes. The complementary actions of erosion and deposition or sedimentation operate through wind, moving water, and ice to alter existing landforms and create new landforms. Erosion will often occur after rock has been disintegrated or altered through weathering. Moving water is the most important natural agent of erosion. Sea wave erosion results primarily from the impact of waves striking the shore and the abrasive action of sand and pebbles agitated by wave action. Erosion by rivers is caused by the scouring action of the sediment-containing flowing water. Glacial erosion occurs by surface abrasion as the ice, embedded with debris, moves slowly over the ground accompanied by the plucking of rock from the surface. Wind plays a key role in arid regions as blowing sand breaks down rock and dislodges surface sand from unprotected sand dunes. Human intervention, as by the removal of natural vegetation for farming or grazing purposes, can lead to or accelerate erosion by wind and water. See also sheet erosion
The erosion of a person's authority, rights, or confidence is the gradual destruction or removal of them. the erosion of confidence in world financial markets. an erosion of presidential power
The gradual diminishing of land or soil as a result of the action of water, wind, rain, etc
condition in which the earth's surface is worn away by the action of water and wind
The wearing away of the soil by wind, water and/or gravity Human activity can accelerate erosion
the process of being eroded (worn away or formed by wearing away); natural processes, such as weathering or gravity, by which material is moved on the earth's surface
Wearing away and transformation of the earth's crust caused by water (rain, sea), ice and atmospheric agents (wind)
Erosion is the gradual destruction and removal of rock or soil in a particular area by rivers, the sea, or the weather. As their roots are strong and penetrating, they prevent erosion. erosion of the river valleys. soil erosion
The wearing away or removal of land or soil by the action of wind, water, ice or gravity
The wearing away of land or soil by the action of wind, water, or ice
The wearing away of the land surface by running water, wind, ice, or other geological agents, including such processes as gravitational creep Geological erosion is natural occurring erosion over long periods of time Accelerated erosion is more rapid than normal erosion and results primarily from man's activities Erosion is further classified by the amount and pattern of soil removal and transport as gully, interrill, rill, sheet, and splash or raindrop erosion
The act or operation of eroding or eating away
a gradual decline of something; "after the accounting scandal there was an erosion of confidence in the auditors"
{i} gradual wearing away of the Earth by wind or water; disintegration; deterioration
The wearing away, breaking down, or dissolving of rock and other material by wind or water The eroded material is often carried off and deposited in other areas Types of erosion include solution, corrosion, and abrasion Most limestone and gypsum caves are formed mainly by solution Shelter caves and many sandstone caves are formed by abrasion
The wearing away of the earth's surfaces by the forces of the atmosphere and gravity
The wearing away of the land surface by wind and water
The wearing away of the land surface by wind or water
The wearing away of land by the action of natural forces such as wind, waves or other natural forces On a beach erosion occurs when material is taken away by wave action or by DEFLATION
Natural process in which soil and land surface is worn down or washed away by the action of water, wind, ice, or landslides
The movement of soil or rock from one area to another by the action of the sea, running water, moving ice, precipitation, or wind
wearing away of the land, usually by the action of natural forces
The state of being eaten away; corrosion; canker
The wearing away of material by the action of natural forces
The wearing away of land by action of wind or water
The process of wearing away the Earth's surface through the removal rock debris by water, wind and ice
accelerated erosion
soil erosion occurring at a rate much faster than soil horizons can be formed from the parent regolith
rill erosion
erosion of soft ground caused by drainage of rain
sheet erosion
Relatively even erosion of a layer of soil without channel formation; generally takes place on sloping land
sheet-erosion
Attributive form of sheet erosion, noun
trademark erosion
situation that occurs when a trademarked name becomes a generic name through constant use

While many companies object to the process of trademark erosion, there is little that can be done to prevent it.

wire erosion
(Metal İşleme) Wire Erosion is a type of precision metal forming. It uses a wire as an electrode, eroding micrometres of metal of the machined item at a time. This creates a precision end product for use in industries such as aerospace and pharmaceuticals
beach erosion
the erosion of beaches
capital erosion
decrease in the actual worth of business equity as a consequence of an increase of market prices
erosions
plural of erosion
sheet erosion
Detachment of soil particles by raindrop impact and their removal downslope by water flowing overland as a sheet instead of in definite channels or rills. A more or less uniform layer of fine particles is removed from the entire surface of an area, sometimes resulting in an extensive loss of rich topsoil. Sheet erosion commonly occurs on recently plowed fields or on other sites having poorly consolidated soil material with scant vegetative cover
soil erosion
Transport of soil mineral particles and organic matter by wind, flowing water, or both Human activities that disturb the soil surface or remove vegetation can enhance this natural process
soil erosion
washing away of soil, sweeping away of soil
soil erosion
Movement of soil due to wind, rain and related natural forces that carries surface soil downslope toward streams and on into rivers and eventually bays and the oceans
soil erosion
Processes by which soil is removed form one place by forces such as wind, water, waves, glaciers, and construction activity and eventually deposited at some new place
soil erosion
The process by which vital topsoil is lost (mainly blown away by wind or washed by rain), having been loosened by such activities as deforestation or inappropriate farming Eroded land may become barren
soil erosion
The wearing away of the earth's surface by water, gravity, wind, and ice
soil erosion
n: The loss of topsoil through silt-laden runoff , strong winds, or other forces that transport soil away from its natural location
soil erosion
the processes by which soil is removed from one place by forces such as wind, water, waves, glaciers, and construction activity and eventually deposited at some new place
soil erosion
The wearing away of the soil by wind or water
soil erosion
the washing away of soil by the flow of water
soil erosion
Wearing away and loss of topsoil, principally by wind and running water
wage erosion
decrease in the value of the salary
erosion
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