exploration

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Englisch - Türkisch
keşif

Şiir, bir keşif, bir vahiy ve diyalog için bir davettir. - Poetry is an exploration, a revelation, and an invitation for dialogue.

İmparatorluğun ve keşif gezisinin buluştuğu bu yerde, ortaya koyduğumuz her gizem için çok daha fazlasının söylenmeden kalması gerekir. - In this place where empire and exploration meet, for every mystery we reveal, far more must remain unspoken.

{i} araştırma

Ekoloji açısından, Antarktika turizm için ya da ticari keşif için değil, sadece araştırma için korunmalıdır. - From the standpoint of ecology, Antarctica should be reserved solely for research, not for tourism or for commercial exploration.

(Tıp) eksplorasyon
{i} (bir konuyu) araştırma, inceleme
{i} arama
{i} (keşifte bulunmak amacıyla) (bir bölgeyi) dolaşma
inceleme
(Madencilik) maden arama
açınsama
exploration drive
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) keşfetme itkisi
exploration engineer
arazi etüt mühendisi
exploration license
(Avrupa Birliği) arama ruhsatı
physical examination
(Askeri) genel sağlık muayenesi
physical examination
çekap
geophysical exploration
jeofizik arama
ocean exploration
okyanus keşfi
a trip of exploration
keşif gezisi
gas exploration
doğalgaz aramak
discovery and exploration
keşfedilen ve keşif
geobotanical exploration
biyojeokimyasal arama
geophysical exploration
jeofiziksel arama
offshore exploration
kıyı ötesi araştırması
onshore exploration
kıyı berisi araştırması
petroleum exploration works
petrol arama çalışmaları
physical examination
(Askeri) GENEL SAĞLIK MUAYENESİ: Bir şahsın fiziki durumu hakkında bir karara varmak için yapılan akli ve bedeni muayene. Bu muayenenin şu şekilleri vardır: a. Nihai sağlık muayenesi (final type examination); teferruatlı müşahade; göğüs radyografisi, frengi için serolojik muayene, idrar tahlili (mikroskopik muayene dahil), gerekli diğer testler ve kadınlar için ürejenital muayeneyi içine alan tam bir fiziki ve miropsikiyatrik muayeneden ibarettir; b. İhzari sağlık muayenesi (periliminary physical examination), bir şahsın fiziki durumu ile ilgili peşin bilgi verme için yapılan muayenedir. Bir şahsın fiziki durumunun, bir ihzari sağlık muayenesine dayanılarak onaylanması muteber değildir. c. Fiziki bir elem muayenesi (screening exemination), vücutta şüphelenilen veya anormal ya da arızalı bulunan herhangi bir sistemin kısaca bir müşahadesi ve fiziki muayenesiyle gerekli görülen röntgen ve diğer laboratuar incelemelerini içine alır. Buna kısaca (screening) de denir. d. Tamamlayıcı sağlık muayenesi (supplemental physical examination), nihai muayenesi yapılmış herhangi bir kısmın yeniden muayenesinden, özel testlerden veya belirli bir vücut sisteminin özel bir muayeneden geçirilmesinden ibarettir. Bu muayene; lüzum görülünce ve genel olarak, herhangi bir branşa mensup bir uzman tabip veya operatör tarafından yapılır. Bak. "screening"
physical examination
sağlık kontrolü
physical examination
muayene

Doktor, hasta için tam bir fizik muayene talimatı verdi. - The doctor ordered a full physical examination for the patient.

Ben yılda bir kez fizik muayene olurum. - I get a physical examination once a year.

physical examination
sağlık muayenesi, çekap
resistivity exploration
(Çevre) dirençlilik araştırması
soil exploration
zemin araştırması
subsoil exploration
zemin etütleri
Englisch - Englisch
A physical examination
Notably penetrating, or ranging over for purposes of (especially geographical) discovery

The exploration of 'unknown' areas often was the precursor to colonization.

The act of exploring
{n} a close search, examination, trial
physical examination
Any method used to discover new oil and gas fields
to travel for the purpose of discovery a careful systematic search a systematic consideration; "he called for a careful exploration of the consequences
The search for oil and gas Exploration operations include: aerial surveys, geophysical surveys, geological studies, core testing and the drilling of test wells
The identification of areas that may warrant examination and to examine specific areas that are considered to have prospects of containing oil and gas reserves, including drilling exploratory wells and exploratory-type stratigraphic test wells Exploration costs may be incurred both before acquiring the related property (sometimes referred to in part as prospecting costs) and after acquiring the property
The various activities applied in the search for a deposit of minerals suitable for commercial extraction, e g , prospecting, sampling, mapping, diamond drilling, etc
Oil and natural gas exploration that includes land surveys, geological and geophysical studies, seismic data gathering and analysis, and well drilling
The process of inventing or creating movement based on ideas, stimuli, or images presented by the teacher or leader
All the different choices and ideas you try in rehearsal to arrive at a performance
to travel for the purpose of discovery
traveling in a region previously unknown or little known to learn of its people, animals, resources, etc
a systematic consideration; "he called for a careful exploration of the consequences"
{i} examination, checking; traveling to unknown lands
The act of exploring, penetrating, or ranging over for purposes of discovery, especially of geographical discovery; examination; as, the exploration of unknown countries physical examination
The prospecting, diamond drilling or other work involved in searching for ore
A stage in the 5-E model where students develop understanding about a concept by engaging in concrete experiences with materials
a careful systematic search
The process of locating and proving that a mineral occurrence is an orebody and that it is large enough, and contains enough mineral, to be mined profitably
The search for mineral deposits and the work done to prove or establish the extent of a mineral deposit Alt: Prospecting and subsequent evaluation
Prospecting, sampling, mapping, diamond drilling and other work involved in searching for ore
In the broad sense, the whole range of mining activity from searching for and developing mineral deposits to developing the mine In the strict sense, the search for mineral deposits up to discovery and includes the delineation of the deposit by means of drilling and sampling
A step in the collective creation process during which various methods of translating ideas into dramatic form are investigated
the search, using varied techniques, with the objective to discover and evaluate natural resource deposits of economic value
space exploration
Investigation of interplanetary or interstellar space, its properties, biology and the bodies that exist within it
urban exploration
A hobby which consists of exploring restricted urban sites, such as abandonments, tunnels, roofs, etc., as well as certain non-urban sites such as mines
age of exploration
The Age of Discovery, also known as the Age of Exploration , was a period starting in the early 15th century and continuing to the 17th century during which Europeans explored Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania. The fall of Constantinople in 1453 severed European trade links by land with Asia leading many to begin seeking routes east by sea and spurred the age of exploration. Historians often refer to the 'Age of Discovery' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes to "the East Indies", moved by the trade of gold, silver and spices
explorations
plural of exploration
space exploration
Investigation of the universe beyond Earth's atmosphere by means of manned and unmanned spacecraft. Study of the use of rockets for spaceflight began early in the 20th century. Germany's research on rocket propulsion in the 1930s led to development of the V-2 missile. After World War II, the U.S. and the Soviet Union, with the aid of relocated German scientists, competed in the "space race," making substantial progress in high-altitude rocket technology (see staged rocket). Both launched their first satellites (see Sputnik; Explorer) in the late 1950s (followed by other satellites and unmanned lunar probes) and their first manned space vehicles (see Vostok; Mercury) in 1961. A succession of longer and more complex manned space missions followed, most notably the U.S. Apollo program, including the first manned lunar landing in 1969, and the Soviet Soyuz and Salyut missions. Beginning in the 1960s, U.S. and Soviet scientists also launched unmanned deep-space probes for studies of the planets and other solar system objects (see Pioneer; Venera; Viking; Voyager; Galileo), and Earth-orbiting astronomical observatories (see, for example, Hubble Space Telescope), which permitted observation of cosmic objects from above the filtering and distorting effects of Earth's atmosphere. In the 1970s and '80s the Soviet Union concentrated on the development of space stations for scientific research and military reconnaissance (see Salyut; Mir). After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia continued its space program, but on a reduced basis owing to economic constraints. In 1973 the U.S. launched its own space station (see Skylab), and since the mid 1970s it has devoted much of its manned space efforts to the space shuttle program and, more recently, to developing the International Space Station in collaboration with Russia and other countries
exploration
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