flaring

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} ışıl ışıl
gösterişli
[adv] birden kızarak
{s} göz kamaştırıcı
{s} parlak
evaze
flaring out
out dışa dönük
flare
parlama

Mary ve Tom'un denizde kaybolduklarını düşündük ama sonra sıkıntı parlaması gördük. - We thought Mary and Tom were lost at sea but then we saw the distress flare.

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{f} ışık saçmak
flare
{f} (etekler) kabarmak
flare
hiddetlenmek
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yaymak
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parlak ışık
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ışık
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gösterişli
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parlamak
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birden alev almak
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genişlemek giysi
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alazlanmak
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(Fotoğrafçılık) yansıma
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birden alevlenmek
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alevlenmek
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genişletmek
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işaret fişeği
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titrek parlak ışık ya da alev
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patlak vermek
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parlak ve titrek bir alevle yanmak
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{i} alev
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{f} parlak bir alevle yan
flare
{i} titrek ışık
in a flaring manner
dışa dönük şekilde
nasal flaring
(Tıp, İlaç) Burun kanatçıklarının solunuma katılması
nasal flaring
(Tıp, İlaç) Burun kanatçıklarının nefes almak için açılması
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aydınlatma cephanesi
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çan gibi genişlemek
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işaret ışığı
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öfke
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ışımak
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ışıkla işaret vermek
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titrek ışık vermek
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deniz feneri
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ıspanyol paça
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çan etek
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sinirlenmek
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meşalelerle işaret vermek
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{f} genişlemek (giysi)
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çan şeklinde yaymak veya yayılmak
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{f} küplere binmek
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göz kamaştırıcı ışık
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(Tıp) Deride bir böcek ısırığının veya muharriş bir maddenin sebep olduğu kızarıklık
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(Askeri) AYDINLATMA CEPHANESİ: Esas itibariyle aydınlatma ve işaretleşme için yapılmış olan ve kısa bir süre yanarak parlak bir ışık veren piroteknik mühimmat, aydınlatma cephanesi, silah ve roketlerle atılabildiği gibi, uçaklardan da bırakılabilir veya arazi üzerine yerleştirilerek kullanılır. Bu cephane, kullanma maksadına göre, çeşitli renklerde ve mermi, bomba, fişek vesaire şekillerinde imal edilebilir
flare
gösteriş
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flareback topun kuyruk kamasından çıkan alev
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birden alevlendirmek veya alevlenmek
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{i} İspanyol paça
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yayılma veya yayılan şey
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{f} up parlamak, öfkelenmek
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{i} 1. ask. aydınlatma cephanesi. 2
Englisch - Englisch
{a} burning unsteadily, showy, glittering
Controlled burn-off of gas which must be released from an oil producing facility for safety reasons
having a gradual increase in width; "flared nostrils"; "a skirt flaring from the waist"
The burning of gases in a thermal destruction device
present participle of flare
The controlled and safe burning of gas which cannot be used for commercial or technical reasons
The burning of waste gases through a flare stack or other device before releasing them to the air (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
The technique of spreading out the open end of a bubble or tube to create a wider opening
Opening or speading outwards
The burning of gas vented through a pipe or stack at a refinery, or a method of disposing of gas while a well is being drilled Flaring is regulated by state agencies Venting (letting gas escape unburned) is generally prohibited
streaming or flapping or spreading wide as if in a current of air; "ran quickly, her flaring coat behind her"; "flying banners"; "flags waving in the breeze"
The careful burning off of landfill gas
the burning of methane emitted from collection pipes at a landfill
{s} burning, blazing, flaming; slowly curving outward
That flares; flaming or blazing unsteadily; shining out with a dazzling light
aflare
flaring up
suddenly bursting into flames; bursting into anger, bursting into enthusiastic activity
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The transition from downward flight to level flight just before landing

The captain executed the flare perfectly, and we lightly touched down.

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To burst out suddenly, as in anger

The insult made him flare up.

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A brightly burning light used to attract attention in an emergency, or to illuminate an area

The flares steered the traffic away from the accident.

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A widening of an object with an otherwise roughly constant width, e.g. on the lower legs of trousers and jeans

The flare on the inside of the shoe resists ankle pronation;.

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To blaze brightly

The blast furnace flared in the night.

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To burn unsteadily
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To cause to burn
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To open outward in shape

The cat flared its nostrils while sniffing at the air.

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{v} to burn with unsteady light, to glitter
nasal flaring
(Tıp, İlaç) Nasal flaring may be an indication of breathing difficulty, or even respiratory distress in infants
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A sudden eruption of energy on the solar disk lasting minutes to hours, from which radiation and particles are emitted
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a sudden outburst of emotion; "she felt a flare of delight"; "she could not control her flare of rage"
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Mostly used when talking about airplanes and landing To flare is when your about to land and pull up just before touchdown and hold until you run out of enough airspeed to fly any more and the airplane sets itself on the ground With helicopters this is usually referring to the end of an autorotation where you start to add positive pitch back in the blades to slow down your decent Flare too late and you slam into the ground Flare too soon and all the energy in the rotorblades will be used up before you land causing the helicopter to drop like a rock and again, slam into the ground
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An open flame used to burn off unwanted natural gas
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(baseball) a fly ball hit a short distance into the outfield
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To burn with an unsteady or waving flame; as, the candle flares
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Term for the gradual increase in the pitch angle just before landing a plane It is used to bleed off excessive airspeed
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The outward curve of a vessel's sides near the bow; a distress signal
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reddening of the skin spreading outward from a focus of infection or irritation burn brightly; "Every star seemed to flare with new intensity"
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Rapid release of energy from a localized region on the Sun in the form of electromagnetic radiation, energetic particles, and mass motions more!
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become flared and widen, usually at one end; "The bellbottom pants flare out"
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a sudden eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun's surface; associated with sunspots and radio interference
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1 The progressive widening of a hull towards the gunwale, typically seen at bow and stern of open canoes, and also in bow and stern of some sea kayaks Flare gives lift in rough water 2 Pyrotechnic device often required by boating regulations (not in South Australia) but generally regarded as useless by sea kayakers
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A spreading outward; as, the flare of a fireplace
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A flare is a small device that produces a bright flame. Flares are used as signals, for example on ships. a ship which had fired a distress flare
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shine with a sudden light; "The night sky flared with the massive bombardment"
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To burst out suddenly, as in anger (often with up or out.)
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An explosion on the sun usually releasing large amounts of energy and particles, and usually occurring within an active region Flares are more likely at solar maximum
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erupt or intensify suddenly; "Unrest erupted in the country"; "Tempers flared at the meeting"; "The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism"
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1 v Under canopy: To convert the downward speed of a parachute momentarily into lift 2 v In freefall: To decelerate prior to approaching a formation 3 n The act of flaring 4 n A membrane used to distribute the load of a parachute at the line attachment points of some canopies
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{f} burn unsteadily; suddenly burst into flame, ignite; suddenly burst into anger; signal using a bright light; slowly curve outward
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If someone's nostrils flare or if they flare them, their nostrils become wider, often because the person is angry or upset. I turned to Jacky, my nostrils flaring in disgust He stuck out his tongue and flared his nostrils
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To shine out with gaudy colors; to flaunt; to be offensively bright or showy
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A widening of the lower legs of trousers and jeans
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Refers to the bowling ball changing its axis of rotation during its path down the lane The result is several different oil rings being visible around the ball
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a sudden eruption of energy on the Sun lasting minutes to hours, from which radiation and particles are emitted
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reddening of the skin spreading outward from a focus of infection or irritation
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Flares are trousers that are very wide at the bottom. see also flared
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am unwanted reflection in an optical system (or the fogging of an image that is caused by such a reflection) a sudden burst of flame a shape that spreads outward; "the skirt had a wide flare"
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An unsteady, broad, offensive light
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(or "solar flare")--an rapid outburst on the Sun, usually in the vicinity of active sunspots A sudden brightening (usually seen only through special filters) may be followed by the signatures of particle acceleration to high energies--x-rays, radio noise and often, a bit later, the arrival of high-energy ions from the Sun
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The sudden brightening of a meteor, most commonly near the end of its path when it is referred to as a Terminal Flare
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Rapid release of energy from a localized region on the Sun in the form of electromagnetic radiation, energetic particles, and mass motions
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- a long tube containing a pyrotechnic composition which burns slowly with a bright, colored flame Used mainly to warn motorists of a roadway obstruction or broken down car Also used to ignite fireworks
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The act of pulling down the brakes of the canopy in order to slow it down, resulting in an increased angle of attack and reduced descent rate
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A sudden eruption of energy in the solar atmosphere lasting minutes to hours, from which radiation and particles are emitted
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A low fly ball that is hit in the region between the infielders and the outfielders
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am unwanted reflection in an optical system (or the fogging of an image that is caused by such a reflection)
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a short forward pass to a back who is running toward the sidelines; "he threw a flare to the fullback who was tackled for a loss"
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a device that produces a bright light for warning or illumination or identification
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1 A bright eruption form the sun's chromosphere Compare prominence
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burn brightly; "Every star seemed to flare with new intensity"
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a shape that spreads outward; "the skirt had a wide flare"
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To shine out with a sudden and unsteady light; to emit a dazzling or painfully bright light
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Leaf of lard
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(baseball) a fly ball hit a short distance into the outfield a device that produces a bright light for warning or illumination or identification a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate a sudden outburst of emotion; "she felt a flare of delight"; "she could not control her flare of rage"
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a sudden burst of flame
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The point during the landing approach in which the pilot gives an increased amount of up elevator to smooth the touchdown of the airplane
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Unwanted light that reflects and scatters inside a lens or camera When it reaches the film, it causes a loss of contrast in the image
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a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate
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Non--image-forming light that reaches the film, resulting in a loss of contrast or an overall grayness in the final image Caused by stray light reflecting between the surfaces of the lens
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To open or spread outwards; to project beyond the perpendicular; as, the sides of a bowl flare; the bows of a ship flare
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If people's tempers flare, they get angry. Tempers flared and harsh words were exchanged
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to make flare
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The outward spread of the boat's sides from the waterline to the rail at the bow Also a distress signal
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A defect in a photographic objective such that an image of the stop, or diaphragm, appears as a fogged spot in the center of the developed negative
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If something such as a dress flares, it spreads outwards at one end to form a wide shape. a simple black dress, cut to flare from the hips
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{i} wavering flame or light; sudden burst of light; outburst of anger or emotion; bright signal light; outwardly spreading curve
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v, to pull down on both of the canopy's steering toggles in order to lower decent rate and forward speed just prior to landing The forward speed is traded-off for lift A flare performed too late has no effect, a flare performed too early can result in a stall in which the canopy looses forward speed and drops straight down A correctly performed flare results in an exceptionally soft landing
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where the hull is angled outward from the base of the hull to the sheer line Kayaks with pronounced flare (like the Manteo, Pungo, and Rascal) have improved secondary stability
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If a fire flares, the flames suddenly become larger. Camp fires flared like beacons in the dark. Flare up means the same as flare. Don't spill too much fat on the barbecue as it could flare up
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To be exposed to too much light
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Scattered light, often due to reflections within the lens, lens hood, or camera interior Sometimes used to describe glare from illumination reflected from shiny backgrounds Gives reduced contrast and degraded shadow areas
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a sudden recurrence or worsening of symptoms; "a colitis flare"; "infection can cause a lupus flare"
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shine with a sudden light; "The night sky flared with the massive bombardment
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If something such as trouble, violence, or conflict flares, it starts or becomes more violent. Even as the President appealed for calm, trouble flared in several American cities. Flare up means the same as flare. Dozens of people were injured as fighting flared up
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    Silbentrennung

    flar·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    flerîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈflerəɴɢ/ /ˈflɛrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'flar, 'fler ] (verb.) circa 1700. origin unknown.

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