evaporate

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Englisch - Türkisch
buharlaşmak
{f} buharlaştırmak
(Tekstil) 1. buharlaşmak 2. buharlaştırmak
{f} uçup gitmek
{f} yok olmak
buğulaşmak
uçurmak
(Kimya) buğulaştırmak
kurutmak
buharlaştır
{f} uçmak
buharlaş

Su ısıtıldığında buharlaşır. - Water evaporates when it is heated.

Su kaynatıldıktan sonra buharlaşır. - Water will evaporate after it is boiled.

(İnşaat) buharlaşma
(Tıp) Isı yardımıyla sıvı bir cismin gaz haline dönüşmesi, buharlaşma
evaporation
buharlaşma

Okyanuslar, göller ve nehirlerden buharlaşma, havadaki suyun% 90'ını oluşturur. - Evaporation from oceans, lakes, and rivers creates 90% of the water in air.

evaporate cooling
buharlaştırmalı serinletme
evaporator
(isim) buharlaştırıcı aygıt
evaporation
(Gıda,Teknik) evaporasyon
evaporation
buğu
evaporation
(Denizbilim) uçurma
evaporation
(Biyokimya) uçurma buharlaştırma
evaporation
buhar

Okyanuslar, göller ve nehirlerden buharlaşma, havadaki suyun% 90'ını oluşturur. - Evaporation from oceans, lakes, and rivers creates 90% of the water in air.

evaporating
{f} buharlaş

Yağmur suyu sıcak bir günde buharlaşıyor. - The rain water is evaporating on a hot day.

evaporating
{i} buharlaşma
evaporator
evaporatör
evaporator
buharlaştırma aygıtı
evaporating
buharlaşarak
evaporative
evaporatif
evaporated
kısmen suyu alınmış
evaporated
{s} buharlaştırılmış
evaporating
uçucu
evaporation
buğulaşma
evaporation
buğulandırma
evaporation
buharlaştırma
evaporation
uçup gitme
evaporation
buğulanma
evaporation
(Tıp) Tebahhur, buharlaşma, evaporasyon
evaporator
{i} buharlaştırıcı aygıt
evaporator
uçurucu
evaporator
buharlaştırıcı
Englisch - Englisch
To transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state
{v} to resolve into vapors, vent, fly off
To change from a liquid to a vapor
lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue; "evaporate milk"
When a liquid evaporates, or is evaporated, it changes from a liquid state to a gas, because its temperature has increased. Moisture is drawn to the surface of the fabric so that it evaporates The water is evaporated by the sun. + evaporation evapo·ra·tion The soothing, cooling effect is caused by the evaporation of the sweat on the skin
Dispersed in vapors
cause to change into a vapor; "The chemist evaporated the water"
cause to change into a vapor; "The chemist evaporated the water
To convert from a liquid or solid state into vapor (usually) by the agency of heat; to dissipate in vapor or fumes
Turn into vapour, apparently disappearing e g a rain puddle may evaporate when the sun comes out
to change from liquid to vapor
lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue; "evaporate milk" change into a vapor; "The water evaporated in front of our eyes" cause to change into a vapor; "The chemist evaporated the water
{f} turn into vapor; become vapor; release moisture; disappear, vanish
Magic trick performed by children when it comes time to clear the table or wash dishes
The transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state
To pass off in vapor, as a fluid; to escape and be dissipated, either in visible vapor, or in particles too minute to be visible
To convert into vapor
change into a vapor; "The water evaporated in front of our eyes"
If a feeling, plan, or activity evaporates, it gradually becomes weaker and eventually disappears completely. My anger evaporated and I wanted to cry
To expel moisture from (usually by means of artificial heat), leaving the solid portion; to subject to evaporation; as, to evaporate apples
When moisture changes from liquid to gas in the air
To escape or pass off without effect; to be dissipated; to be wasted, as, the spirit of a writer often evaporates in the process of translation
To give vent to; to dissipate
evaporation
The process of a liquid converting to the gaseous state
evaporative
Of, pertaining to, producing, or produced by evaporation
evaporation
{n} the act of flying away in fumes
Evaporation
volatilization
evaporated
{s} condensed; turned into vapor
evaporated
drawn off in the form of vapor; "evaporated molecules boil off"
evaporated
drawn off in the form of vapor; "evaporated molecules boil off
evaporated
past of evaporate
evaporates
third-person singular of evaporate
evaporating
present participle of evaporate
evaporation
The process by which water is changed from the liquid or the solid state into the vapor state In hydrology, evaporation is vaporization that takes place at a temperature below the boiling point
evaporation
The process by which a liquid changes to a gas or vapor
evaporation
the process of becoming a vapor
evaporation
That which is evaporated; vapor
evaporation
loss of water from a system by a change of phase from liquid to vapor Evaporation leads to latent heat transfer, which is important in energy balance calculations
evaporation
The transformation of a portion of a fluid into vapor, in order to obtain the fixed matter contained in it in a state of greater consistence
evaporation
the process by which water or other liquids change from liquids to a gas vapor; evaporation can return infiltrated water to the atmosphere from upper soil layers before it reaches groundwater or surface water, and occur from leaf surfaces (interception), water bodies (lakes, streams, wetlands, oceans), small puddled depressions in the landscape
evaporation
The process by which surface or subsurface water is converted to atmospheric vapor
evaporation
The escape of water MOLECULEs from the liquid to the gas phase at the surface of a body of water
evaporation
The process by which any substance is converted from a liquid state into, and carried off in, vapor; as, the evaporation of water, of ether, of camphor
evaporation
the process by which liquid water turns into water vapor
evaporation
the process of water changing from a liquid to a gas or vapor
evaporation
Process of liquid water becoming water vapor, including vaporization from water surfaces, land surfaces, and snow fields, but not from leaf surfaces Compare with transpiration
evaporation
The process by which a liquid is changed into a vapor and mixed into the surrounding air
evaporation
The process by which a liquid is changed into a vapor and carried away
evaporation
The process of the passage of water from liquid to vapour
evaporation
the process of converting a substance (such as water) from its liquid phase to its gaseous phase
evaporation
Evaporation can be defined as the process by which liquid water is converted into a gaseous state Evaporation can only occur when water is available It also requires that the humidity of the atmosphere be less than the evaporating surface (at 100 % relative humidity there is no more evaporation) The evaporation process requires large amounts of energy For example, the evaporation of one gram of water requires 600 calories of heat energy
evaporation
The change of phase from a liquid to a gas or vapor
evaporation
{i} turning into vapor; becoming vapor; process of releasing moisture; disappearing, vanishing
evaporation
The physical process by which a liquid (or a solid) is transformed to the gaseous state In hydrology, evaporation is vaporization that takes place at a temperature below the boiling point
evaporation
The process in which all or a portion of liquid (in a container) is turned into vapour, in order to increase the concentration of solid matter in the mixture
evaporation
The physical process by which a liquid, such as water, is tranformed into a gaseous state, such as water vapor It is the opposite physical process of condensation
evaporation
That which is evaporated; vapour
evaporation
Endothermic physical process in which liquid water changes into water vapor (100C at 1 atm) Absorbs 80 calories/gram latent heat Ice evaporating directly to water vapor is called sublimation
evaporation
the process of extracting moisture
evaporation
The physical process by which a liquid, such as water is transformed into a gaseous state, such as water vapor It is the opposite physical process of condensation
evaporation
The change in state of water from a liquid to a vapor (gas)
evaporation
The process of changing a liquid to a gas (vapor); for example, when water turns into steam or water vapor
evaporation
The physical process in which liquid water is converted into water vapor
evaporation
Change of a liquid into the gaseous state; in particular, the process by which liquid water enters the atmosphere as water vapour. Evaporation, mostly from the sea and from vegetation, replenishes the humidity of the air. It is an important part of the exchange of energy in the Earth-atmosphere system that produces atmospheric motion, and therefore weather and climate. The rate of evaporation depends on the temperature difference between the evaporating surface and the air, the relative humidity, and wind
evaporation
Evaporation is the physical process by which a liquid is transformed to the gaseous state, which in irrigation usually is restricted to the change of water from liquid to gas
evaporation
The change from a liquid into the form of a vapor or gas
evaporation
the process in which liquid water is transferred into the atmosphere Top
evaporative
Pertaining to, or producing, evaporation; as, the evaporative process
evaporative
{s} pertaining to evaporation; bringing about evaporation
evaporative
relating to or causing or being caused by evaporation; "an evaporative cooler"
evaporative
relating to or causing or being caused by evaporation; "an evaporative cooler
evaporator
A heat exchange coil within a mechanical refrigeration system used to absorb heat into the system The coil where evaporation takes place The evaporator is usually located in you duct system at your furnace
evaporator
Part of a refrigerating mechanism in which the refrigerant vaporizes and absorbs heat
evaporator
The device in an air conditioning system in which refrigerant vaporizes and absorbs heat
evaporator
Absorbs heat from the surrounding air or liquid and moves it outside the refrigerated area by means of a refrigerant It is also know as a cooling coil, blower coil, chilling unit or indoor coil
evaporator
An apparatus for condensing vegetable juices, or for drying fruit by heat
evaporator
Maple Sugaring equipment used to "evaporate" the water from the sap that has been collected When the sap is boiled, it is channeled down through the evaporator pan, reaching the correct temperature It is now "drawn off" as syrup An evaporator is either wood fired or as ours - oil fired
evaporator
A piece of equipment used to evaporate the solvent from a solution
evaporator
Industrial apparatus for converting liquid into gas or vapour. The single-effect evaporator consists of a container or surface and a heating unit; the multiple-effect evaporator uses the vapour produced in one unit to heat a succeeding unit. Double-, triple-, or quadruple-effect evaporators may be used in industrial and steam heating plants. Some evaporators are used to concentrate a solution by vaporizing and eliminating water (e.g., in a concentration plant for sugar and syrup). In purification processes such as desalination, evaporators convert the water to vapour, leaving mineral residues behind; the vapour is then condensed into (desalinated) water. In a refrigeration system, the cooling is produced as the rapid evaporation of the liquid refrigerant absorbs heat
evaporator
is a heat exchanger in which the working fluid evaporates as it receives heat from the surroundings is a heat exchanger in which the working fluid evaporates as it receives heat from the surroundings
evaporator
The part of a refrigerator that absorbs heat by evaporating a refrigerant
evaporator
A device in which refrigerant changes from a liquid to a gas and absorbs heat from its surroundings
evaporator
The heat absorbing mechanism or heat exchanger in a heat pump Refrigerant changes phase from a liquid to a gas in this exchanger, absorbing heat energy from the surrounding media in the process
evaporator
{i} person or thing which evaporates; device which causes water to evaporate
evaporator
An auxiliary for supplying fresh water to make up the loss in boiler feed water Steam leaks in pipe joints and stuffing boxes may occur The whistle may be used or the exhaust opened or in some other manner losses of boiler feed water take place These losses are appreciable and the evaporator must supply the "make up" feed in order to avoid the use of salt water A typical evaporator consists of a chamber into which boiler steam is passed in coils or nests of tubing Salt water is admitted into the chamber and is converted into steam which passes over to the condenser or low pressure receiver The water found in the coils by the loss of heat is returned to the feed
evaporator
The component in a refrigeration system that absorbs heat into the system and evaporates the liquid refrigerant
evaporator
Absorbs heat from the surrounding air or liquid and moves it outside the refrigerated area by means of a refrigerant It is also known as a cooling coil, blower coil, chilling unit or indoor coil
evaporator
The chamber located on suction side of cap tube, in which freon is evaporated to cause cooling in a refrigeration system (020)
evaporators
plural of evaporator
evaporate
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