fibre

listen to the pronunciation of fibre
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} lif

Pazı, vitaminler, mineraller, protein ve diyet lifi açısından zengindir. - Swiss chard is rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, and dietary fibre.

Meyve ve sebzeler vitamin, mineral ve lif için iyi bir kaynaktır. - Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins, minerals and fibre.

telcik
tel
iplik
elyaf
karakter sağlamlığı
{i} kişilik
i., İng., bak. fiber
(Diş Hekimliği) dokulardaki ipliksi bağ dokusu
{i} yapı

Bu çoraplar bambu lifinden yapılır. - These socks are made from bamboo fibre.

{i} fiber

Hirofumi tavanda fiberglas yalıtım döşedi. - Hirofumi installed fibreglass insulation in the ceiling.

Fiber-optik kablolar büyük miktarda bilgi taşıyabilirler. - Fibre-optic cables can carry huge amounts of information.

{i} karakter
sinir
fibre tip pen
fiber ucu kalem
fibre-cement pipe
fiber-çimento boru
fibre-rich
Lifli, lif bakımından zengin
fibre blend
(Tekstil) elyaf karışımı
fibre building board
odunlifi levhası
fibre channel switch
(Bilgisayar) fiber kanal anahtarı
fibre cordage
(Askeri) bitkisel halatlar
fibre curl
fiber kıvrılması
fibre dyed
(Tekstil) elyaf boyama
fibre fineness
(Tekstil) lif inceliği
fibre geometry
fiber geometrisi
fibre insulating material
elyaflı izolasyon malzemesi
fibre lagging material
elyaflı izolasyon malzemesi
fibre lap
(Tekstil) lif sarılması
fibre length
(Tekstil) elyaf uzunluğu
fibre staple length
(Tekstil) ştapel uzunluğu
fibre strands
(Tekstil) lif kümesi
fiber, fibre
(Tıp) İplik şeklinde ince uzun oluşum, lif (sinir veya kas lifi)
fiber
lif

İplik farklı liflerden eğrilir. - Yarn is spun from different fibers.

Kaslar yüzlerce ince liften yapılmıştır. - Muscles are made of hundreds of thin fibers.

fiber
elyaf

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

fiber
doku
fiber
(Tıp) iğcik
fiber
tali damar
fiber
teltik
glass fibre
cam elyafi
glass fibre
campamuğu
hollow fibre
(Tekstil) içi boş elyaf
mineral fibre
(Madencilik) mineral lif"
staple fibre
ştapel lif
steel fibre
çelik iplik
acetate fibre
asetat elyafı
aloe fibre
sarısabır lifi
asbestos fibre
asbest lifi
bast fibre
sak lifi
bicomponent fibre
iki komponentli lif
carbon fibre
karbon lifi
cellulose fibre
selüloz lifi
coconut fibre
hindistancevizi lifi
cotton fibre
pamuk lifi
crude fibre
ham elyaf
fiber
iplik

İplik farklı liflerden eğrilir. - Yarn is spun from different fibers.

fiber
karakter
fiber
telcik
individual fibre
tek lif
maize protein fibre
mısır protein lifi
man made fibre
sentetik lif
mineral fibre
mineral lif
muscle fibre
kas lifi
nerve fibre
sinir lifi
polyester fibre
polyester lifi
polyolefine fibre
poliolefin lifi
reticular fibre
ağsı tel
spindle fibre
iğ lifi
stalk fibre
sak lifi
vegetable fibre
bitkisel lif
fiber
(İnşaat) kıl

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

carbon fibre
karbon fiber
fiber
posalı
plastic optical fibre
Plastik optik fiber
polypropylene fibre
polipropilen lifi
synthetic fibre
sentetik elyaf
Spanish dagger fibre
(Tekstil) pita lifi
Staple fibre
(Tekstil) Kesikli (ştapel) lif
aerated fibre
(Tekstil) boş lif
alginate fibre
(Tekstil) alginat lifi
asbestos fibre
(Tekstil) amyant lif, asbest lifi
bicomponent fibre
(Tekstil) bikomponent lif, iki komponentli
binary and ternary fibre textiles
(Avrupa Birliği) İkili ve Üçlü Lifli Tekstil Ürünleri
binary fibre mixture
(Tekstil) ikili karışım lif
cantala fibre
(Tekstil) kantala lifi
casein fibre
(Tekstil) kazein lifi
cellulose fibre
selüloz lif
cellulose fibre
(Tekstil) selüloz elyafı
chemical fibre
sentetik lif
coir fibre
hindistan cevizi lifi
conjugate fibre
bikomponent lif
conjugate fibre
iki komponentli lif
fiber
tel
fiber
{i} yapı

Bu kışlık çoraplar alpaka liften yapılır. - These warm socks are made from alpaca fiber.

Sadece pamuk ve keten gibi doğal liflerden yapılmış kumaşları ütülerken en yüksek ısı ayarlarını kullanın. - Use the highest heat settings only when you're ironing fabrics made of natural fibers like cotton or linen.

fiber
{i} kişilik
fiber
özellik/elyaf/lif
fiber
fiber
glass fibre
cam elyafı
glass fibre
(Tekstil) cam lifi
graphite fibre
(Tekstil) grafit lifi
hemp fibre
(Tarım) kenevir lifi
mineral fibre
(Tekstil) mineral lif, anorganik lif
modacrylic fibre
(Tekstil) modakrilik
natural fibre
(Tekstil) tabii lif
nerve fibre
(Arılık) sinir kordonu
neutral fibre
tarafsız lif
neutral fibre
yansız ipçik
optical fibre
optik (isil) lif
polpropylene fibre
(Tekstil) polipropilen lifi
polyolefin fibre
(Tekstil) poliolefin lifi
poynosic fibre
(Tekstil) polinozik lif
profiled fibre
(Tekstil) profilli lif
quartz fibre
(Tekstil) kuvars lifi
ramie fibre
(Tekstil) rami lifi
reticular fibre
(Tekstil) ağ biçiminde ( ağsı ) tel
seed fibre
(Tekstil) çekirdek lifi
spanish dagger fibre
pita
straight fibre
düz lif
synthetic fibre
sentetik fiber
tampico fibre
(Tekstil) tampiko
terminated on fibre
fiberde sonlandırılmış
textile fibre
(Tekstil) tekstil lifi
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
The preimage of a given point in the range of a map

Under this map, any two values in the fibre of a given point on the circle differ by 2π.

Moral strength and resolve

The ordeal was a test of everyone’s fibre.

Dietary fibre

Fresh vegetables are a good source of fibre.

Material in the form of fibres

The cloth was made from strange, somewhat rough fibre.

A single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibres to form thread

The microscope showed several different fibres stuck to the sole of the shoe.

Fibre consists of the parts of plants or seeds that your body cannot digest. Fibre is useful because it makes food pass quickly through your body. Most vegetables contain fibre
A particular fibre is a type of cloth or other material that is made from or consists of threads. The ball is made of rattan -- a natural fibre
A tough vegetable fiber used as a substitute for bristles in making brushes
{i} thin threadlike piece, thread, filament; strand of tissue (Anatomy); material which is composed of fibers; essential structure, basic character (British spelling for fiber)
a fine thread; most textile fabrics are composed of fibres that have been spun into thicker threads which are then woven or knitted
This is the European way of spelling fiber-a spelling typically used in the United States when referring to Fibre Channel See Fibre Channel
a material used to make textiles which is flexible, fine, and has a high ratio of length to thickness
A general name for the raw material, such as cotton, flax, hemp, etc
One of the delicate, threadlike portions of which the tissues of plants and animals are in part constituted; as, the fiber of flax or of muscle
1) a specific form of chemically jelled fibrous materials manufactured in sheets, rods, and tubes 2)commonly used interchangeably with fiber
used in textile manufactures
Fibre or roughage is essential for good bowel movement A high-fibre diet may also prevent cancer of the colon, diverticulitis, piles, haemorrhoids, obesity, diabetes, appendicitis and varicose veins Recently, a dietary study has claimed that people who enjoy a high fibre diet are happier, more energetic and think more quickly
1) A specific form of chemically gelled fibrous materials manufactured into sheets, rods, tubes, and the like 2) Commonly used interchangeably with Fiber (See Vulcanized Fibre )
a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
A relatively long sclerenchyma cell, usually occurring in bundles or strands See also Sclerenchyma
the inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; "education has for its object the formation of character"- Herbert Spencer
This is a general term, independent of length Fibres are divided into textile fibres and filaments or filament yarns
a long thin string-like structure constructed of smaller fibrils and even smaller microfibrils Examples are collagen, elastic and keratin fibres Collagen fibres are arranged parallel to each other in a tendon, to give it great resistance to tension (pulling)
Long cells with lignified walls, generally dead, providing mechanical support for the culm as fibre sheath or fibre bundle
A fibre is a thin piece of flesh like a thread which connects nerve cells in your body or which muscles are made of. the nerve fibres. glass fibre fibre optics fibre dietary
The piassava and the ixtle are both used under this name
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth
Sinew; strength; toughness; as, a man of real fiber
A general term of convenience for any long, narrow cell of wood other than vessel elements and parenchyma Includes the tracheids of gymnosperms and the libriform wood fibres and fibre tracheids of woody angiosperms
The indigestible part of plants Insoluble fibre: Necessary for optimal bowel health and found in plant foods such as whole wheat, wheat bran, dried peas and beans as well as in fruits and vegetables Soluble fibre: Has been shown to lower blood cholesterol levels as well as play a beneficial role in regulating blood sugar levels It's found in grains such as psyllium, oats, barley and rye, in dried peas and beans as well as fruits and vegetables
Any fine, slender thread, or threadlike substance; as, a fiber of spun glass; especially, one of the slender rootlets of a plant
A long narrow, tapering wood cell closed at both ends
The structure that guides light in a fibre optic system
Indigestible plant matter
The two major fibre types are Egyptian cotton and Sea Island quality cotton
Wood cell whose properties vary from one tree species to another; the main raw material for papermaking
Dietary fibre is made up of undigestable complex carbohydrates The body does not absorb fibre, so it has no calories Dietary fibre helps in digestion and elimination
A thin strand that may be spun to make thread
fi·bre fibres in AM, use fiber1. A fibre is a thin thread of a natural or artificial substance, especially one that is used to make cloth or rope. If you look at the paper under a microscope you will see the fibres. a variety of coloured fibres
The FC-PH physical standards cover all transmission media types specified in the Fibre Channel Physical Layer standard (), such as optical fiber, copper twisted pair, and copper coaxial cable
bulk
fibre bundle
Alternative spelling of fiber bundle
fibre bundles
plural form of fibre bundle
fibre optic
of, or relating to fibre optics, or to optical fibre
fibre optics
the transmission of light through fine flexible glass or plastic fibres, especially as a medium for communications networks
fibre-reinforced plastic
A composite material of fiberglass (or other fibre) in a polymer matrix
fibre glass
{i} material made from very fine glass fibers
fibre optics
The spelling fiber optics is also used in American English. The form fibre optic is used as a modifier
fibre optics
Fibre optic means relating to or involved in fibre optics. fibre optic cables. the process of using very thin threads of glass or plastic to carry information in the form of light, especially on telephone lines. Thin transparent fibres of glass or plastic that transmit light through their length by internal reflections, used for transmitting data, voice, and images. Fibre-optic technology has virtually replaced copper wire in long-distance telephone lines and is used to link computers in local area networks, with digitized light pulses replacing the electric current formerly used for the signal. Telecommunication using fibre optics is usually conducted with infrared light. Fibre optics uses light in the visible wavelengths to transmit images directly, in various technical devices such as those developed for endoscopy
fibre optics
technology that uses bundles of transparent fibers to transmit light
fibre optics
Fibre optics is the use of long thin threads of glass to carry information in the form of light
Seifert fibre space
Alternative spelling of Seifert fiber space
Seifert fibre spaces
plural form of Seifert fibre space
carbon fibre
Alternative spelling of carbon fiber
dietary fibre
Any substance, generally of plant origin, which is undigested on passage through the human alimentary tract - consists mostly of complex carbohydrates
fiber
A single elongated piece of a given material, roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibers to form thread

The microscope showed a single blue fiber stuck to the sole of the shoe.

fiber
A material whose length is at least 1000 times its width

Please use polyester fiber for this shirt.

fiber
Dietary fiber

Fresh vegetables are a good source of fiber.

fiber
A material in the form of fibers

The cloth is made from strange, somewhat rough fiber.

moral fibre
The inner strength to do what one believes to be right; often an ability to make difficult decisions

He lacked the moral fibre to be a leader.

muscle fibre
Alternative spelling of muscle fiber
nerve fibre
An axon
optical fibre
A thin, transparent, flexible fibre, made of glass or plastic, used for transmitting light
fiber
{n} a small thread, a very small root
carbon fibre
Carbon fibre or carbon fiber can refer to carbon filament thread, or to felt or woven cloth made from those carbon filaments. By extension, the term is also used informally to mean any composite material made with carbon filament, such as carbon fiber reinforced plastic. Carbon fibers find many uses because of their strength and light weight. Carbon fiber was invented in the early 1960's at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough, Hampshire (England)
chitosan fibre
See: chitosan
multi fibre agreement
(Tekstil) The Multi Fibre Arrangement (MFA) (a.k.a. Agreement on Textile and Clothing (ATC)) governed the world trade in textiles and garments from 1974 through 2004, imposing s on the amount developing countries could export to developed countries. It expired on 1 January 2005
dietary fibre
Food material not digestible by the human small intestine and only partially digestible by the large intestine. Fibre is beneficial in the diet because it relieves and prevents constipation, appears to reduce the risk of colon cancer, and reduces plasma cholesterol levels and therefore the risk of heart disease. Fibre also slows gastric emptying and contributes to satiety. Whole grains, vegetables, nuts, and fruits are all good sources. See also nutrition
fiber
optical fiber: a very long, narrow, flexible piece of glass Used for high-speed communications
fiber
Made of very pure glass, it is used in fiber optic communications It carries a digital signal made of modulated light It can carry much more much faster that the traditional copper lines
fiber
Material in the form of fibers
fiber
Optical fiber: a very long, narrow, flexible piece of glass Used for high-speed communications (2)
fiber
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
fiber
the American spelling of fibre (fibre, from fibra)
fiber
A single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibers to form thread
fiber
{i} thin threadlike piece, thread, filament; strand of tissue (Anatomy); material which is composed of fibers; essential structure, basic character
fiber
fiber is an ingredient in edible plants that aids in digestion Fiber helps keep the stool soft, and keeps it traveling easily through the intestine Fiber is found in vegetables, fruits, beans, and whole grains
fiber
A substance found in foods that come from plants Fiber helps in the digestive process and is thought to lower cholesterol and help control blood glucose (sugar) The two types of fiber in food are soluble and insoluble Soluble fiber, found in beans, fruits, and oat products, dissolves in water and is thought to help lower blood fats and blood glucose (sugar) Insoluble fiber, found in whole-grain products and vegetables, passes directly through the digestive system, helping to rid the body of waste products
fiber
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth
fiber
used in textile manufactures
fiber
An optical transmission medium consisting of thin plastic or glass strands (approximately the thickness of a human hair) which reflects light pulses along the inside To light a fiber – activation of a fiber
fiber
Network cabling that uses optical fibers (plastic or glass) to carry information as light instead of as electricity Fiber-optic cable carries information farther, faster, and more reliably than other types of cable Fiber-optic cable is much less likely than coaxial or twisted-pair cable to pick up damaging electrical surges, for example from nearby lightning strikes, because the fibers conduct light but not electricity The Ohio University WAN uses fiber for most of the connections between buildings
fiber
A shortened term for "fiber optic," fiber is made of very pure glass Digital signals, in form of modulated light, travel on strands of fiber for long distances Fiber can carry far, far more information over much, much longer distances than traditional copper Low data loss, high-speed transmission, large bandwidth, small physical size, light weight and freedom from electromagnetic interference and grounding problems are some of the advantages of fiber optic cable There are five common types: single, dual, quad, stranded and ribbon
fiber
A material whose length is 1000 times its width or more
fiber
Sinew; strength; toughness; as, a man of real fiber
fiber
General term for a filamentary material The single unit of substance that is broken into parts fit to form threads to be woven; a filament Any material whose length is at least 100 times its diameter, typically 0 10 to 0 13 mm
fiber
Elongated and thickened cell found in xylem tissue It strengthens and supports the surrounding cells
fiber
A general name for the raw material, such as cotton, flax, hemp, etc
fiber
Fiber - also known as fiber optic - is made up of threads of pure glass Lasers attached to the end of each cable transmit digital patterns of light pulses at extremely high speed
fiber
Moral strength and resolve
fiber
the inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; "education has for its object the formation of character"- Herbert Spencer
fiber
A lightweight thread, introduced in Windows NT 4 0, that makes it easier for developers to optimize scheduling within multithreaded applications See thread
fiber
Optical fiber is made of flexible glass and can support very high data transfer rates An individual glass fiber, roughly the thickness of a human hair, is capable of carrying a distinct signal transmitted in the form of pulses of light A single strand of fiber is capable of transmitting over a million simultaneous telephone calls, or nearly 80 gigabits of digital information per second (80,000,000,000 pulses of light per second), using commercially available telecommunications equipment
fiber
The basic entity, either natural or manufactured, which is twisted into yarns, and then used in the production of a fabric
fiber
One of the delicate, threadlike portions of which the tissues of plants and animals are in part constituted; as, the fiber of flax or of muscle
fiber
Any fine, slender thread, or threadlike substance; as, a fiber of spun glass; especially, one of the slender rootlets of a plant
fiber
Small pieces of thread-like material that are woven together to give structure and strength to paper products Fiber used in papermaking comes primarily from wood and recovered paper; cotton is also used to make certain products
fiber
What it's good for: Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels, helps move waste through the intestines Diets rich in plant fiber are related to a reduction of heart disease, colon cancer and diabetes Where you get it: Fruits, vegetables and whole-grains Tidbit: If you're upping your fiber intake, do it slowly to avoid stomach upset Also, drink lots of water DRI or RDA: None
fiber
A single, separate optical transmission element characterized by core and cladding
fiber
A mixture of indigestible carbohydrates found in plant foods, does not supply calories or nutrients but aids in digestion and elimination Tomatoes are a source of fiber; people who eat diets high in fiber have a lowered risk of heart disease Fiber may also protect against some cancers
fiber
a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
fiber
Refers to the fiber optic cable used to carry high volumes of data in the form of light pulses Fiber optic cable forms the backbone of networks such as the one Conxion uses to connect datacenters around the world
fiber
(OptaTM, Oat Fiber, Snowite, UltracelTM, Z-Trim) Fiber can provide structural integrity, volume, moisture holding capacity, adhesiveness and shelf stability in reduced-fat products Applications include baked goods, meats, spreads and extruded products
fiber
This is found in foods that come from plants Fiber helps your body digest food and control blood sugar Types of fiber are beans, fruits, and oat products, whole-grain products and vegetables
fiber
A unit of matter characterised by having a length at least 100 times its diameter or width The fundamental component used in making textile yarns and fabrics
fiber
The preimage of a given point in the range of a map
fiber
Fiber-optic cable is made of glass fibers instead of copper strands Data, expressed as pulses of lighter rather than electrons, is transmitted by lasers or other devices Optical fiber can carry billions of bits a second, many times more than coaxial or copper wire, and is less sensitive to electrical interference
fiber
An optical fiber transmits information using light waves, rather than electrons as in copper wires An optical fiber (usually shortened to "fiber") consists of a thin core, which carries the light signal, surrounded by a thicker transparent cladding, which keeps the light within the core Typically, a fiber core is made of glass, but plastics are used for short distance applications The fiber is protected by a soft buffer, which, in turn, is protected by a hard jacket Several fibers may be bundled into a single jacket Light-emitting diodes or lasers transmit light through the fiber core See Multimode Fiber, Single-Mode Fiber
fiber
A single, separate optical transmission element characterized by a core and cladding, with an outside diameter of 125 microns
glass fibre
Glass fibre is another name for fibreglass. fibreglass
man made fibre
{i} synthetic fiber
moral fibre
mor·al fi·bre in AM, use moral fiber Moral fibre is the quality of being determined to do what you think is right. a man of stern moral fibre
muscle fibre
muscle cell: an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body
optic fibre
{i} cable that transfers light signals
optical fibre
A cylindrical core of flexible transparent material surrounded by a tubular cladding of material with lower refractive index
optical fibre
Translucent fibre which can transmit beams of laser light Used for reliable high speed LANs and backbones
optical fibre
Very fine (hairsbreadth) strands of pure glass that carry light signals and can be used for very high capacity telecommunications links
optical fibre
A strand of hi-tech glass that carries signals in the form of laser light pulses An optical fibre pair can carry many thousands of telephone conversations simultaneously, or a mix of video and voice An optical fibre cable can contain hundreds of fibres
optical fibre
Any filament or fibre made of dielectric materials, that is used to transmit laser or LED generated signals
optical fibre
A glass thread that acts as a guide for lightwaves Fibres used in telecommunications usually have a cladding of glass of a lower refractive index In a communication system, several fibres are made up into a cable
optical fibre
Thin cylinder of glass or sometimes plastic, no thicker than a human hair, that light is able to be guided through They can be used to transmit information from one place to another
optical fibre
op·ti·cal fi·bre optical fibres in AM, use optical fiber An optical fibre is a very thin thread of glass inside a protective coating. Optical fibres are used to carry information in the form of light. optical fiber a long thin thread of glass or plastic along which information can be sent through a phone or computer system, using light
optical fibre
– provides a high bandwidth alternative to copper wire for transmitting data Information is translated in light pulses which can be transmitted over optical fibre with little to no signal loss A number of optical fibre technologies exist – cheaper technologies provide high bandwidth over relatively short distances suitable for LANs, campus networks and so called Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) while more expensive technologies are used by telecom network providers, over extremely long distances
optical fibre
Contrary to popular opinion, optical fibre is not always made of glass They can be made from special kinds of plastic In any case, the fibres are designed so that a beam of light introduced at one end stays within the tube until it exits the other end The advantage here, of course, is that the data is carried along the fibre at the speed of light
optical fibre
a very thin fiber made of glass that functions as a waveguide for light; used in bundles to transmit images
optical fibre
Cable made of glass fibres through which signals are transmitted as pulses of light It is a broadband medium that can easily provide capacity for a large number of channels
optical fibre
Glass fibres using lightwaves for transmission of signals
optical fibre
A thin strand of ultra pure glass used to carry pulses of light Corning Fibres
optical fibre
Optical fiber cables consist of thin filaments of glass (or other transparent materials), which can carry beams of light A laser transmitter encodes frequency signals into pulses of light and sends them down the optical fiber to a receiver, which translates the light signals back into frequencies Less susceptible to noise and interference than other kinds of cables, optical fibers can transmit data greater distances without amplification But because the glass filaments are fragile, optical fiber must be run underground rather than overhead on telephone poles
optical fibre
a strand of glass or silica used as a cable for telecommunications purposes The data it sends is read in terms of pulses of light Optical fibres offer almost unlimited Bandwidth and thus high data rates
optical fibre
A method of guiding light over long distances with very little reduction on strength (attenuation or loss) A central core of high-refractive index material - usually very pure glass - is covered with a cladding of lower refractive index material Modern fibres have loss in the order of 0 25 dB/km, so 1 km of fibre has less loss than a pair of ordinary spectacles or reading glasses
plant fibre
fiber derived from plants
wood fibre
most important elemnt in pulp and paper
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von fibre im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

fiber
ixtle
fiber
istle
fiber
fiberboard
Fiber
(Tıp) Bitkisel kaynaklı besinlerde bulunan bir madde. Lif.Lifler, Feçesi (dışkı) yumuşak tutarak kolon boyunca kolayca hareketini sağlamak suretiyle sindirime yardım eder.Soluble fiber(Eriyebilen Lif) suda çözünür ve bakliyat, sebze,yulaf ürünlerinde bolca bulunur. Insoluble fiber (Erimeyen Lif) Suda çözünmez ve tüm hububat ürünleri ile sebzelerde bulunur
fiber
fiber
fiber
fibre, fiber
fiber
fibre

Fibre-optic cables can carry huge amounts of information. - Fiber-optik kablolar büyük miktarda bilgi taşıyabilirler.

Hirofumi installed fibreglass insulation in the ceiling. - Hirofumi tavanda fiberglas yalıtım döşedi.

fibre

    Silbentrennung

    fi·bre

    Türkische aussprache

    faybır

    Aussprache

    /ˈfībər/ /ˈfaɪbɜr/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1540. From French fibre

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