freezing

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} donma

Genetik modifikasyonun bir örneği balık genlerinin çilek ve domatese enjeksiyonudur, bu meyvelerin donmasını engelleyen bir süreç. - An example of genetic modification is the injection of fish genes into strawberries and tomatoes, a process which prevents these fruits from freezing.

Bu organizma, suyun donma noktasının çok altındaki sıcaklıklarda hayatta kalabilir. - This organism can survive at temperatures well below the freezing point of water.

freeze don/dondur
freezing point donma noktası
{f} don: prep.donarak
dondurmak
{f} dondur

Dondurucu hava nedeniyle maç iptal edilmek zorunda kaldı. - The match had to be called off because of the freezing weather.

Burası dondurucu soğuk. - It's freezing cold in here.

dondurma
dondurucu

Tom dondurucu suya atladı. - Tom jumped into the freezing water.

Dondurucu hava nedeniyle maç iptal edilmek zorunda kaldı. - The match had to be called off because of the freezing weather.

çok soğuk

Burada dışarısı çok soğuk. - It's freezing out here.

Burada hava çok soğuk. - It's freezing in here.

kıkırdama
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) donup kalma
{f} don

Tom donarak ölüyordu. - Tom was freezing to death.

Donan bir dilenci tedavi için hastaneye getirildi. Fakat faturayı ödemek için bir senti bile yoktu. - A freezing beggar was brought into the hospital for treatment. However, he didn't have even one cent with which to settle the bill.

dondurarak
{f} dondur: prep.d
{i} donma noktası

Bugün sıcaklık donma noktasının üzerinde. - The temperature is above freezing today.

Suyun donma noktası nedir? - What's the freezing point of water?

{i} konjelasyon
{s} soğuk

Burası dondurucu soğuk. - It's freezing cold in here.

O donuyordu, bu yüzden soğuktan titredi. - He was freezing, so he shivered with cold.

{s} buz gibi

Burası buz gibi! Biri klimayı kapatabilir mi? - It's freezing in here! Can somebody turn off the air-conditioner?

Böyle buz gibi soğuk bir yerde ne yapıyorsun? - What are you doing in a freezing place like this?

freeze
donmak
freezing and thawing
donma ve çözülme
freezing level
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) donma seviyesi
freezing level
(Meteoroloji) donma noktası
freezing point
(Askeri,Fizik) donma derecesi
freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası düşümü
freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası alçalması
freezing process
donma işlemi
freezing rain
(Meteoroloji) donan yağmur
freezing time
(Fizik,Teknik) donma zamanı
freezing mixture
donma karışımı
freezing point
donma çekidi
freezing temperature
donma sıcaklığı
freezing temperature
katılaşma sıcaklığı
freezing cold
Dondurucu şekilde soğuk
freezing drizzle
dondurma çiseleme
freezing hole
dondurma deliği
freezing shaft
donma kuyu
freezing wind
dondurma rüzgar
freezing and thawing device
(İnşaat) donma çözülme test cihazı
freezing compartment
derin dondurucu
freezing compartment
(buzdolabının içindeki) buzluk
freezing damage
(Çevre) donma hasarı
freezing depth
(Çevre) donma derinliği
freezing drizzle
(Meteoroloji) donan cisenti
freezing equipment
dondurma ekipmanı
freezing fog
(Meteoroloji) donan sis
freezing index
(Çevre) donma endeksi
freezing of aggregate
agregalarm donması
freezing of concrete
betonun donması
freezing plant
dondurma tesisi
freezing point
donma noktası

Suyun donma noktası nedir? - What's the freezing point of water?

Bu organizma, suyun donma noktasının çok altındaki sıcaklıklarda hayatta kalabilir. - This organism can survive at temperatures well below the freezing point of water.

freezing precipitation
(Meteoroloji) donan yağış
freezing protection
dondan korunma
freezing speed
(Fizik,Teknik) donma hızı
freezing the frame
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kare dondurma
freezing weather
dondurucu hava
freezing zone
donma zonu
freeze
{f} (froze, fro.zen)
freeze
{f} buzlanmak
freeze
{f} çok üşümek, donmak: I'm freezing! Donuyorum!
freeze
{f} dondurucu olmak
freeze
dış üIkelere ait banka mevduatını dondurmak
freeze
{i} donma

Bu ceketle donmayacaksın. - With this jacket you will not freeze.

freeze
{i} don

Tom dondurucudaki dondurmayı tamamen bitirdi. - Tom finished off the ice cream that was in the freezer.

Gelecek hafta dondurabilir. - It may freeze next week.

freeze
(Tekstil) 1. donmak 2. dondurmak
freeze
{f} buz tutmak
freeze
{i} dondurulma

Dondurulması gerekir. - It should be freezed!

freeze
{f} donakalmak
freeze
{f} kırmak (cesaret)
freeze
dondurmak

İşe alımları dondurmak sona erdi. - The hiring freeze is over.

freeze
(ücret/fiyat) dondurma
freeze
{i} soğuk günler
freeze
durdurmak
freeze
don tutmak
freeze
eli ayağı buz kesilmek
freeze
buz kesmek
freeze
(Ticaret) bloke etmek
freeze
dondurucu soğuk
freeze
çivi kesmek
freeze
kıkırdamak
freeze
(Ticaret) otomatik işleme kapama
depression of the freezing point
donma noktası alçalımı
freeze
(fiyat/vergin/vb.) dondurmak
freeze
narh koymak
freeze
(vergin/fiyat/vb.) dondurma
freeze
çok üşümek
freeze
buz gibi olmak
freeze
soğuk hava
freeze
(hava) çok soğuk olmak
lowering of the freezing point
donma noktasının düşürülmesi
be freezing
dondurma olmak
below freezing
Donma noktasının altı
blast freezing
blast dondurma
freeze
döndür
it's freezing
o dondurma's
refrigerating mix, freezing mix
Dondurma mix mix soğutma
supra-freezing
Donma işinin üstünde olan
blast freezing
üflemeli dondurma
concreting in freezing weather
(İnşaat) donlu havalarda beton dökme
dept of freezing
don derinliği
freeze
dondur,v.don: n.soğuk günler
freeze
(to) dondurmak
freeze
{f} donmak; buz tutmak, buz bağlamak; dondurmak
individually quick freezing
(Gıda) bireysel hızlı dondurma
quick freezing
şoklama
quick freezing
şok (soğuk)
Englisch - Englisch
Suffering or causing frost
The change in state of a substance from liquid to solid by cooling to a critically low temperature
Very cold
The action of numbing with anesthetics
Present participle of freeze
Temporary, involuntary inability to move--i e , abrupt stop in walking or body movement
A dog's total refusal or inability to give the bird to the handler Can be intentional on the part of the dog or an uncontrollable intensity with glassy eyes and incoherency An unintentional freeze can be due to stress factors such as a live bird struggling, great amounts of blood or a bird mangled by a poor shot There can also be an intentional refusal to release the bird to the handler because the dog wishes to keep the bird for himself
the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid
An exothermic physical process in which liquid water changes into solid ice (0C at 1 atm) Releases 80 calories/gram latent heat
  Dog holds onto bird and will not release it   Not necessarily hard mouth
The phase change of liquid water into ice
Refusal to give up a retrieve freely
the process of changing a liquid to a solid
emphasis If you say that you are freezing or freezing cold, you emphasizing that you feel very cold. `You must be freezing,' she said
emphasis If you say that something is freezing or freezing cold, you are emphasizing that it is very cold. The cinema was freezing. a freezing January afternoon
temporary inability to move or begin walking
The change in a substance from a liquid to a solid state
the change in state of a substance from liquid to solid on cooling
Freezing means the same as freezing point. It's 15 degrees below freezing. see also freeze. above/below freezing above or below the temperature at which water freezes. Method of food preservation in which low temperatures (0 °F [-18 °C] or lower) inhibit the growth of microorganisms. Used for centuries in cold regions, it was not until the advent of mechanical refrigeration in the mid 19th century that the process became widely applicable commercially. In the 20th century, quick (or flash) freezing was developed by Clarence Birdseye. Except for beef and venison, which benefit from an aging process, meat is frozen as promptly as possible after slaughter. Fruits and vegetables are often frozen in a syrup or vacuum-sealed to exclude air and prevent oxidation and desiccation
Change in phase from liquid to solid
Of a plumbing, heating, air conditioning or automatic fire protective sprinkler system or of a household appliance This peril does not include loss on the residence premises while unoccupied, unless you have used reasonable care to: (a) maintain heat in the building; or (b) shut off the water supply and drain the system and appliance of water
(Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
- More tender herbs, including basil, chives, cilantro, dill, parsley, and tarragon are best preserved by freezing Some, like basil, will turn black, and all will lose their texture, but frozen herbs keep their fresh flavor for using in cooked dishes They will last for up to six months using any of these three techniques
Freezing happens when a liquid turns into a solid An example is water turning into ice
{i} chilling until solid
Changing from a liquid to a solid at the freezing point
A hardening or crystalizing of the adhesive after application so that tape cannot be removed easily or cleanly
The change in state of matter from liquid to solid that occurs with cooling Usually used in meteorology when discussing the formation of ice from liquid water
a change of state of a substance from liquid to solid
{s} very cold, icy; congealing due to cold
the change of a liquid into a solid as temperature decreases For water, the freezing point is 32 F or 0 C
Tending to freeze; for freezing; hence, cold or distant in manner
Change of state from liquid to solid
Sound Shaping
(Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager; search in this book)
freezing cold
extremely and unpleasantly cold (of the weather, the temperature in a place, a person, or an object)
freezing level
The altitude at which the temperature of the atmosphere is 0°C at a specific location
freezing levels
plural form of freezing level
freezing point
the temperature at which a liquid freezes, and the solid and liquid phases are in equilibrium; normally the same as the melting point
freezing points
plural form of freezing point
freezing rain
Rain which freezes upon contact with the ground
freezing cold
strong cold, sharp cold, biting cold
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of 32° F or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause travel problems
freezing drizzle
a drizzle that falls as a liquid but freezes into glaze or rime upon contact with the cold ground or surface structures
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause traveling problems
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls in liquid form and then freezes upon impact with the ground or an item with a temperature of thirty two (32) degrees Fahrenheit or less, possibly producing a thin coating of ice Even in small amounts, freezing drizzle may cause traveling problems
freezing drizzle
Drizzle that falls as a liquid onto a surface that is at or below 32° F, forming a coat of glaze
freezing drizzle
Drizzle, falling as a liquid, but freezing on impact with the colder ground or other exposed surfaces It is reported as "FZDZ" in an observation and on the METAR
freezing mixture
a mixture of substances (usually salt and ice) to obtain a temperature below the freezing point of water
freezing of capital
act of making funds or property unusable and inaccessible
freezing of prices
fixing prices at a certain level by the government
freezing point
Temperature of solidification of a liquid under given conditions
freezing point
The freezing point of seawater in °C is given by: tf(S, p) = -0 0575S + 1 710523 x 10-3S3/2 - 2 154996 x 10-4S2 - 7 53 x 10-3p which fits measurements to an accuracy of ± 0 004 K See Gill (1982)
freezing point
The temperature at which a liquid changes state and forms a solid Most liquid silicates freeze around 320 Fahrenheit since they are primarily water Once frozen, it is usually difficult to reclaim sodium silicates and impossible for potassium silicates
freezing point
temperature at which a liquid changes into a solid, temperature at which a liquid freezes (0 Celsius, 32 Fahrenheit); situation that is not conducive to progress
freezing point
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid
freezing point
Temperature at which a liquid solidifies under any given set of conditions It may or may not be the same as the melting point or the more rigidly defined true freezing point or (for water) ice point
freezing point
Freezing point is 0° Celsius, the temperature at which water freezes. Freezing point is often used when talking about the weather. The temperature remained below freezing point throughout the day
freezing point
the temperature below which a liquid turns into a solid
freezing point
The temperature at which the solid and liquid phases of a substance are in equilibrium at atmospheric pressure See melting point
freezing point
The temperature at which a liquid will solidify upon removal of heat The freezing temperature for water is 32 F at atmospheric pressure
freezing point
The temperature at which a material freezes (See also Melting Point)
freezing point
Temperarure at which a liquid solidifies under any given set of conditions It may or may not be the same as the melting point or the more rigidly defined true freezing point or (for water) ice point
freezing point
Temperature at which a material changes its physical state from liquid to solid This information is important because a frozen material may burst its container or the hazards could change
freezing point
The temperature at which a liquid freezes The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C Freezing is the conversion of a liquid to a solid Freezing of a liquid occurs at the same temperature as melting of the corresponding solid
freezing point
The freezing point of a particular substance is the temperature at which it freezes. Temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid. When the pressure surrounding the liquid is increased, the freezing point is raised. The addition of some solids can lower the freezing point of a liquid, a principle used when salt is applied to melt ice on frozen surfaces. For pure substances, the freezing point is the same as the melting point. In mixtures and certain organic compounds, the early solid formation changes the composition of the remaining liquid, usually steadily lowering its freezing point, a principle that is applied in mixture separation. The freezing point of pure water at standard atmospheric pressure is 32°F (0°C). To change a liquid at its freezing point to a solid at the same temperature, the heat of fusion (see latent heat) must be removed
freezing point
The freezing point of an oil is the temperature in degrees Celsius at which the oil has just lost its ability to flow because of continuous cooling down The solidifying of the oil is caused by the separation of paraffin crystals
freezing point
The temperature at which a liquid freezes The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C
freezing point
The fixed temperature point at which a material changes from a liquid to a solid state This is the same as the melting point for pure materials For example, the freezing point of water is 32ºF or 0ºC
freezing point
Temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid, at normal atmospheric pressure
freezing point
Temperature at which a liquids becomes solid under a specific pressure
freezing point
the temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid, at normal atmospheric pressure
freezing point
The temperature at which the substance goes from the liquid phase to the solid phase
freezing point
The temperature at which the first crystal of ice appears during freezing, this can be the same temperature as the melting point, however water and aqueous solutions have a tendency to supercool and ice formation can be delayed to temperatures significantly below the melting point For example in carefully controlled conditions water may be cooled to -40°C before ice nucleation becomes inevitable
freezing point
the temperature at which the solid and liquid phases of a substance are in equilibrium
freezing wages
fixing salaries at a particular level
freeze
A precise draw weight shot where a delivered stone comes to a stand-still against a stationary stone, making it nearly impossible to knock out
freeze
To prevent the movement or liquidation of a person's financial assets

The court froze the criminal's bank account.

freeze
To lower something's temperature to the point that it freezes or becomes hard

Don't freeze meat twice.

freeze
Especially of a liquid, to become solid due to low temperature

Vodka won't freeze in there, but beer will.

freeze
To become motionless

The squirrel froze when it saw the hawk overhead.

freeze
To be very cold

Don't go outside wearing just a t-shirt; you'll freeze!.

freeze
A block on pay rises
freeze
A period of intensely cold weather
freeze
A halt of a regular operation

Due to its current budget problems, the University has instituted a temporary hiring freeze.

freeze
{v} to kill or be congealed by cold
deep freezing
quick freezing of food for long-term storage at low temperatures, refrigerating of food in a deep freeze
freeze
A freeze is when the surface air temperature is expected to be 32°F or below over a widespread area for a climatologically significant period of time Use of the term is usually restricted to advective situations or to occasions when wind or other conditions prevent frost "Killing" may be used during the growing season when the temperature is expected to be low enough for a sufficient duration to kill all but the hardiest herbaceous crops
freeze
To temporarily change the status of dimensions, multi-lines, or shared cells, so that they can be displayed by IGDS and MicroStation version 3 x
freeze
stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it; "Suspend the aid to the war-torn country"
freeze
fixing (of prices or wages etc) at a particular level; "a freeze on hiring"
freeze
To become chilled with cold, or as with cold; to suffer loss of animation or life by lack of heat; as, the blood freezes in the veins
freeze
To cause loss of animation or life in, from lack of heat; to give the sensation of cold to; to chill
freeze
The phase change of a liquid to solid
freeze
If the government or a company freeze things such as prices or wages, they state officially that they will not allow them to increase for a fixed period of time. They want the government to freeze prices Freeze is also a noun. A wage freeze was imposed on all staff earlier this month
freeze
Legislation or agreement to keep prices or wages at current levels
freeze
Number of freeze steps; also refers to the step introduced in DDR Max that requires the player to hold an arrow for some defined time
freeze
If you freeze, you feel extremely cold. The windows didn't fit at the bottom so for a while we froze even in the middle of summer
freeze
change from a liquid to a solid when cold; "Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit"
freeze
The act of congealing, or the state of being congealed
freeze
A stone coming to rest touching another stone
freeze
fixing (of prices or wages etc) at a particular level; "a freeze on hiring" an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement; "a halt in the arms race"; "a nuclear freeze" weather cold enough to cause freezing the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid suddenly behave coldly and formally; "She froze when she saw her ex-husband" anesthetize by cold be cold; "I could freeze to death in this office when the air conditioning is turned on" prohibit the conversion or use of (assets); "Blocked funds"; "Freeze the assets of this hostile government" stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it; "Suspend the aid to the war-torn country" change to ice; "The water in the bowl froze" cause to freeze; "Freeze the leftover food" change from a liquid to a solid when cold; "Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit" stop moving or become immobilized; "When he saw the police car he froze" be very cold, below the freezing point; "It is freezing in Kalamazoo
freeze
To attempt to retain possession of the ball or puck for an extended period of time without making an effort to score
freeze
A complete stop, no movement (See hold)
freeze
Crash When an application, system software, or both cannot understand the software programming code and stop functioning They can appear to "freeze" and fail to respond to keyboard or mouse commands, often forcing the viewer to restart his/her computer
freeze
weather cold enough to cause freezing
freeze
cause to freeze; "Freeze the leftover food"
freeze
To suspend the activity of an application or extension package Freezing a package is similar to removing a PC card that the package is stored on and in most cases should free up memory See also Frozen Package, Snowflake, Thaw, and Thawed Package
freeze
{i} act of freezing; state of being frozen; extreme cold (Meteorology); frost, great cold; act of ceasing the manufacture of; act of fixing (prices, wages, etc.) at a certain level; (Computer) state when a computer or network stops working suddenly and nothing moves and the only thing to do is to reboot the computer to start it again; (Computers) lock of a developing software distribution or document in order to release it with stability
freeze
a fixing of prices, wages, rents, etc at current levels
freeze
{f} chill until solid; be chilled until solid; stiffen, make rigid; cease the manufacture of; fix at a certain level (prices, wages, etc.); anesthetize locally (American usage)
freeze
A precise draw weight shot in which the delivered stone comes to rest directly up against a stationary stone
freeze
To become congealed by cold; to be changed from a liquid to a solid state by the abstraction of heat; to be hardened into ice or a like solid body
freeze
When the temperature at or near the surface is expected to be 32 or below, during the growing season Adjectives, such as "killing,' "severe," or "hard," are used when appropriate A freeze may or may not be accompanied by the formation of frost
freeze
If someone in authority freezes something such as a bank account, fund, or property, they obtain a legal order which states that it cannot be used or sold for a particular period of time. The governor's action freezes 300,000 accounts Under these laws, he said, Mr. Rice's assets could have been frozen. Freeze is also a noun. a freeze on private savings. see also freezing, frozen
freeze
Immobilization or cessation of an activity, such as a stop in the assigning of radio or TV station frequencies 2 3, 3 1
freeze
v to turn liquid to solid by lowering the temperature of the liquid
freeze
anesthetize by cold be cold; "I could freeze to death in this office when the air conditioning is turned on"
freeze
If a liquid or a substance containing a liquid freezes, or if something freezes it, it becomes solid because of low temperatures. If the temperature drops below 0°C, water freezes The ground froze solid. the discovery of how to freeze water at higher temperatures. frozen puddles
freeze
weather cold enough to cause freezing the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid suddenly behave coldly and formally; "She froze when she saw her ex-husband"
freeze
A condition occurring over a large area when the surface air temperature remains below thirty two (32) degrees Fahrenheit for an extended period of time possibly leading to damage of certain crops
freeze
a draw that finishes in front of and next to another rock
freeze
change to ice; "The water in the bowl froze"
freeze
Orders entered into the system with price outside the Operational range and orders with quantity greater than the Order Quantity Freeze percentage is sent to the Exchange for approval Such orders are not reflected in the books and are 'frozen' till the Exchange approves them
freeze
prohibit the conversion or use of (assets); "Blocked funds"; "Freeze the assets of this hostile government"
freeze
stop moving or become immobilized; "When he saw the police car he froze"
freeze
A frieze
freeze
Occurs when the surface air temperature is expected to be 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below over a widespread area for a significant period of time
freeze
be very cold, below the freezing point; "It is freezing in Kalamazoo
freeze
be cold; "I could freeze to death in this office when the air conditioning is turned on"
freeze
the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid
freeze
anesthetize by cold
freeze
To get cold enough to become solid
freeze
an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement; "a halt in the arms race"; "a nuclear freeze"
freeze
When it freezes outside, the temperature falls below freezing point. What if it rained and then froze all through those months? Freeze is also a noun. The trees were damaged by a freeze in December
freeze
be very cold, below the freezing point; "It is freezing in Kalamazoo"
freeze
A process of fixing the association between name and ordinal, for function exported from a DLL
freeze
If you freeze something such as food, you preserve it by storing it at a temperature below freezing point. You can also talk about how well food freezes. You can freeze the soup at this stage Most fresh herbs will freeze successfully
freeze
The process by which liquid becomes a solid
freeze
To lower somethings temperature to the point that it freezes or becomes hard
freeze
If a government freezes a plan or process, they state officially that they will not allow it to continue for a period of time. Britain has already frozen its aid programme Diplomatic relations were frozen until August this year. Freeze is also a noun. a freeze in nuclear weapons programs
freeze
Freezing a djinn involves capturing its state and saving it in a persistent file Sun calls this the ``pickling'' of objects; it is also called ``serialization '' A frozen djinn can be thawed and executed again, either locally or remotely, though a message to its appropriate Djinn Master, which summons the djinn using a lamp Note that the program counter of a djinn is not saved when the djinn is frozen; when the djinn executes again, it is restarted from the beginning Also note that when a djinn is not being used, it is frozen; when it gets an incoming message, it is thawed A djinn can also save its state but not necessarily exit by using the checkpoint method
freeze
suddenly behave coldly and formally; "She froze when she saw her ex-husband"
freeze
To congeal; to harden into ice; to convert from a fluid to a solid form by cold, or abstraction of heat
freeze
A sudden and immediate stoppage in action and motion that creates a tableau during a dramatic work
freeze
To drop to a temperature below zero degrees celsius, where water turns to ice
freeze
A condition occurring over a large area when the surface air temperature remains below 32 degrees Fahrenheit for an extended period of time possibly leading to the damage of certain crops
freeze
If someone who is moving freezes, they suddenly stop and become completely still and quiet. She froze when the beam of the flashlight struck her
freezing
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