funnel

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} huni

Ben huni keki biraz çok tatlı buluyorum. - I find funnel cake a bit too sweet.

Bir huni kullanarak sıvıyı doldurabilirsin. - You can pour the liquid by using a funnel.

{i} baca
huni/baca
bazen kasırga esna sında görülen huni şeklindeki bulut
(dar/kalabalık bir yerden) zorlukla geçmek
huniden geçirmek
{f} akıt
boru funnel cloud bulut hortumu
{f} huni biçimi vermek
{i} havalandırma deliği
{f} baca gibi yapmak
{i} (vapurda) baca
x zorla geç/huniden geçir
i huni
huni,v.akıt: n.huni
{i} yanardağ bacası
{f} akıtmak
(Askeri) gemi bacası
ağızlık
funnel cloud
bulut hortumu
funnel cloud
bulut huni
funnel cloud
Kasırga hortumu
funnel to
için huni
funnel-shaped
Huni şeklinde
funnel aerial
huni anten
funnel annealing
boru tavlama
funnel approach
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) huni yaklaşımı
funnel cape
baca fistanı
funnel cape
baca mahfazası
funnel cape
baca kapelası
funnel casing
baca fistanı
funnel casing
baca kaidesi
funnel damper
baca damperi
funnel method
huni metodu
funnel paint
baca boyası
funnel shaped
huni şeklinde
funnel spinning method
(Tekstil) hunili lif çekme yöntemi
funnel tarp
biranda hunisi
funnel tripod
(Kimya) huni sehpası
buchner funnel
buchner hunisi
feeding funnel
doldurma hunisi
pouring funnel
döküm hunisi
funnelling
Hunileşme
funnels
huniler
glass funnel
cam huni
separating funnel
(Kimya) Ayırma hunisi

It was filtered into separating funnel.

seperating funnel
Ayırma hunisi
approach funnel
(Havacılık) yaklaşma konisi
condensation funnel
(Meteoroloji) yoğunlaşma hortumu
dropping funnel
(Nükleer Bilimler) damlatma hunisi
feedung funnel
(Tekstil) doldurma hunisi
inlet funnel
firiş hunisi
Englisch - Englisch
To proceed through a narrow gap or passageway akin to a funnel; to narrow or condense

Expect delays where the traffic funnels down to one lane.

A passage or avenue for a fluid or flowing substance; specifically, a smoke flue or pipe; the chimney of a steamship or the like
To use a funnel
A vessel of the shape of an inverted hollow cone, terminating below in a pipe, and used for conveying liquids etc. into a close vessel; a tunnel
{n} a kind of pipe, part of a chimney, passage
A ship's chimney or smokestack
a conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends
The smokestack Used to eject smoke from a ship's boilers and maintain a fresh supply of oxygen to the fires Collapsed funnels could cause a ship to lose speed due to "choked" boilers caused by the resulting inadequate draft
A funnel occurs when one or more skydivers find themselves in an unstable body position and end up in a skydivers burble The resulting loss of stability for the other skydivers usually causes the formation to break up
{f} channel, centralize; send through a funnel
move or pour through a funnel; "funnel the liquid into the small bottle"
(nautical) smokestack consisting of a shaft for ventilation or the passage of smoke (especially the smokestack of a ship)
You can describe as a funnel something that is narrow, or narrow at one end, through which a substance flows and is directed. These fires create convection funnels, and throw a lot of particles into the upper atmosphere
Ship's chimney
A vessel of the shape of an inverted hollow cone, terminating below in a pipe, and used for conveying liquids into a close vessel; a tunnel
a conically shaped utensil having a narrow tube at the small end; used to channel the flow of substances into a container with a small mouth
Not sure, but it's bad Sudden loss of control from a control surface being presented to the relative wind
If you funnel money, goods, or information from one place or group to another, you cause it to be sent there as it becomes available. Its Global Programme on AIDS funnelled money from donors to governments = channel
the spinning cloud that reaches down to earth from the storm
A funnel is a metal chimney on a ship or railway engine powered by steam. a merchantman with three masts and two funnels
fun·nel funnels funnelling funnelled in AM, use funneling, funneled1. A funnel is an object with a wide, circular top and a narrow short tube at the bottom. Funnels are used to pour liquids into containers which have a small opening, for example bottles
A passage or avenue for a fluid or flowing substance; specifically, a smoke flue or pipe; the iron chimney of a steamship or the like
The smokestack or "chimney" of the ship
If something funnels somewhere or is funnelled there, it is directed through a narrow space. The winds came from the north, across the plains, funnelling down the valley High tides in the North Sea were funnelled down into the English Channel by a storm
(nautical) smokestack consisting of a shaft for ventilation or the passage of smoke (especially the smokestack of a ship) a conically shaped utensil having a narrow tube at the small end; used to channel the flow of substances into a container with a small mouth a conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends move or pour through a funnel; "funnel the liquid into the small bottle
{i} device with a wide opening at the top which narrows as it reaches the bottom (used to conduct liquids into a small opening)
funnel cake
A specialty food made from deep-fried batter and originally associated with the Pennsylvania Dutch region of the United States
funnel cakes
plural form of funnel cake
funnel chanterelle
An edible mushroom, Cantharellus tubaeformis
funnel chanterelles
plural form of funnel chanterelle
funnel cloud
A tapering cloud descending from a larger storm cloud, indicating the presence of an intense vortex. A tornado is a funnel cloud which reaches the ground

When we saw the funnel cloud, we headed for the basement.

funnel clouds
plural form of funnel cloud
funnel mark
The identifying mark of a shipping company, displayed on the ship's funnel (smokestack)
funnel plot
A scatterplot of effect size against a measure of study size or variablity, used primarily as a visual aid to detecting and displaying bias or systematic heterogeneity
funnel plots
plural form of funnel plot
funnel weaver
An araneomorph funnel-web spider
funnel weavers
plural form of funnel weaver
funnel cloud
A funnel-shaped cloud that projects from the base of a thundercloud and that often precedes the formation of a tornado
funnel web
A funnel-shaped spider web; the funnel-web spider perches in the center of the web
funnel funds
transfer money to
funnel to
transfer funds to, convey money to
Büchner funnel
A piece of laboratory equipment used for filtration; it is a ceramic funnel with a flat base on which the filter paper is laid flat; normally used with a vacuum pump
Sydney funnel-web spider
a venomous spider, Atrax robustus, native to Australia
araneomorph funnel-web spider
Any spider of the family Agelenidae
araneomorph funnel-web spiders
plural form of araneomorph funnel-web spider
filter funnel
a glass funnel, into which is placed filter paper or other material, through which a liquid / solid mixture is poured in order to separate them
funneling
Alternative spelling of funnelling
separating funnel
a piece of laboratory glassware in which the components of a mixture are partitioned between two immiscible liquids
a funnel
tunnel
funneled
{s} channeled, centralized; sent through a funnel
funneling
{i} channeling, centralizing; act of sending through a funnel
funnelled
{s} channeled, centralized; sent through a funnel
funnelling
{i} channeling, centralizing; act of sending through a funnel
funnels
plural of funnel
funnel

    Silbentrennung

    fun·nel

    Türkische aussprache

    fʌnıl

    Aussprache

    /ˈfənəl/ /ˈfʌnəl/

    Etymologie

    [ 'f&-n&l ] (noun.) 15th century. Old English funel, fonel, probably through Old French from Latin fundibulum, infundibulum (“funnel”), from infundere (“to pour in”); in (“in”) + fundere (“to pour”); compare Breton founil (“funnel”), Welsh ffynel (“air hole, chimney”). See fuse.

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