ghost

listen to the pronunciation of ghost
Englisch - Türkisch
hayalet

Tom hayaletlerin var olduğuna inanmıyor. - Tom doesn't believe that ghosts exist.

Gerçekten hayaletlere inanır mısınız? - Do you really believe in ghosts?

{i} ruh

Mary bir hayalet ya da ruhu sırtına dokunmuş gibi hissetti. - Mary felt as if a ghost or spirit had touched her back.

(Biyokimya) alyuvar zarı
yankı imgesi
hortlak

Tıpkı gerçek hortlaklar olduğu gibi gerçek aşk vardır; her insan onun hakkında konuşur, çok az sayıda insan onu görmüştür. - There is real love just as there are real ghosts; every person speaks of it, few persons have seen it.

Benim yatağım büyük ve hortlaklar gelir ve gün boyunca onun üzerinde uyur. - My bed is large, and ghosts come and sleep on it during the day.

ghost writer bir diğerinin hesabına ve onun ismi altında makale veya kitap yazan kimse
ghost town ahalisi olmayan metruk kasaba
{f} niteliksiz yazılar yazmak
{i} iz
{f} peşinde koşmak
heyulâ
{i} eser
ruh teslim etmek
give up the ghost ölmek
{f} başkasının adına yazmak
çıkıverme
ghost fishing
(Denizbilim) hayalet avcılık
ghost image
(Teknik,Televizyon) gölge
ghost image
(Sinema) taşma
ghost image
(Teknik,Televizyon) hayalet
ghost line
(Bilgisayar) hayalet çizgi
ghost signal
(Askeri) parazit sinyal
ghost stories
hayalet öyküleri
ghost town
terkedilmiş yerleşim yeri
ghost town
hayalet şehir

Bir kısım gezgin New York'u hayalet şehir olarak tanımlar. - Few of the trippers called in at the ghost town of New York.

ghost dance
hayalet dansı
ghost image
hayal
ghost image
peri
ghost town
ölü kent
ghost town
hayalet kasaba

Hayalet kasabalar tamamen boş değil, değil mi? - Ghost towns are not completely unpopulated, are they?

Hayalet kasabalar ürperticidir. - Ghost towns are creepy.

ghost write
birinin yerine yaz
ghost writer
başkası adına yazı yazan kişi
ghost writer
birinin yerine yazan
ghost buster
hayalet uçağı
ghost car
hayalet araba
ghost chili
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Cin biberi
ghost crab
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Ak yengeç
ghost edition
hayalet baskı
ghost of a chance
(deyim) Çok küçük bir ihtimal
ghost ship
hayalet gemi
ghost carp
(Denizbilim) hayalet sazan
ghost echo
(Nükleer Bilimler) hayalet yankı
ghost form
(Dilbilim) aldatıcı biçim
ghost line
hayalet çizgi (!)
ghost net
(Denizbilim) hayalet ağ
ghost of a chance
(deyim) en küçük olasılık
ghost of a chance
(deyim) en küçük umut ışığı
ghost signals
(Askeri) PARAZİT SİNYALLER: Radar ekranı üzerinde görülen ve nedeni kolaylıkla tespit edilemeyen yansımalar
ghost story
hayalet öyküsü

Bize bir hayalet öyküsü anlat! - Tell us a ghost story!

ghost town
terkedilmiş kasaba
ghost write
birinin yerine yazmak
ghost writer
başkasının adına çalışan yazar
ghost writer
başkası adına kitap yazan yazar
ghosting
gölgelenme
give up the ghost
son nefesini vermek
give up the ghost
(deyim) ruhunu teslim etmek
ghostliness
maneviyat
ghostliness
tinsellik
ghostly
hayalet gibi
give up the ghost
ölmek
look as if one has seen a ghost
hayalet görmüş gibi olmak
the ghost of a
bir parçacık
the ghost of a
çok az
the ghost of a
azıcık
There isn´t a ghost of a chance
En ufak bir ihtimal bile yok
ghosts
hayaletler
holy ghost
kutsal ruh
lay ghost
hayalet yattı
raise a ghost
Bir hayalet zam
Holy Ghost
ruhülkudüs
There isn't a ghost of
En ufak bir ihtimal bile yok. There will be the devil Kıyamet kopacak
english ghost stories
ingilizce hayalet öyküleri
ghostlike
{s} manevi
ghostlike
hayalet gibi
ghostlike
ruhani
ghostliness
dinsellik/ruhsallık
ghostly
{s} manevi
ghostly
{s} ruhani
ghostly
dini/hayalet gibi
give up the ghost
(makine/motor) bozulmak
the Holy Ghost
Kutsal Ruh
yield up the ghost
ruhunu teslim etmek
yield up the ghost
ölmek
Englisch - Englisch
A false image formed in a telescope, camera, or other optical device by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses
A ghostwriter
to copy a file or hard drive image
The spirit; the soul of man

Then gives her grieved ghost thus to lament. — Spenser.

an image of a file or hard disk
The disembodied soul; the soul or spirit of a deceased person; a spirit appearing after death; an apparition; a specter

Hepaticology, outside the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere, still lies deep in the shadow cast by that ultimate closet taxonomist, Franz Stephani—a ghost whose shadow falls over us all.

To ghostwrite
An unwanted image similar to and overlapping or adjacent to the main one on a television screen, caused by the transmitted image being received both directly and via reflection
To haunt
A nature spirit, ancestor or house spirit (see brownie ) revered in Heathenry

Before all else, we speak to the land to the ghosts and spirits of this place known to many as pixies, fairies, brownies, or elfs. (Math Jones).

Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image; a phantom; a glimmering

Each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor. — Poe.

An unresponsive user on IRC, resulting from the user's client disconnecting without notifying the server
{n} the soul of a person deceased, soul, spirit
{v} to haunt, die, give up the ghost
{i} Academy Award-winning film starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze (released in 1990)
Also known as poltergeists, ghosts are disembodied spirits
the visible disembodied soul of a dead person
move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard
To appear to or haunt in the form of an apparition
A ghost is a spirit of a dead person that returns to haunt a person or place Ghosts are often thought to be trying to communicate a message to the living
If someone does not stand or does not have a ghost of a chance of doing something, they have very little chance of succeeding in it. He doesn't stand a ghost of a chance of selling the house. to write something as a ghost writer. Soul or specter of a deceased person. Belief in ghosts has been common since ancient times and is reflected in folklore around the world. It is based on the notion that the spirit is separable from the body and can continue its existence after the death of the body. Ghosts are believed to inhabit the netherworld and to be capable of returning to the world of the living, appearing as living beings or in a nebulous likeness of the deceased. They are thought to be especially likely to haunt places or people connected with some strong emotion of their past life, such as fear, remorse, or the terror of a violent death. The traditional visual manifestations of haunting include ghostly apparitions, the movement of objects, or the appearance of strange lights; auditory signs include disembodied laughter and screams, knocking, or footsteps
the visible disembodied soul of a dead person write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
A ghost is the spirit of a dead person that someone believes they can see or feel. the ghost of Marie Antoinette The village is haunted by the ghosts of the dead children
a suggestion of some quality; "there was a touch of sarcasm in his tone"; "he detected a ghost of a smile on her face"
fantom, zonbi
a spirit of a dead person that wanders around on the Earth because they didn't know where to go or what to do after they died - ghosts are negative because they've lost their knowledge; don't trust them, even if they seem friendly, lonely or funny
Entalin "Ghosts" (or "Partials" as they are sometimes called) are Attistars that have been created with an edited personality and partial memories of an ancient Entalin Ghosts are rather dangerous as they operate independently of the Attistar Main and usually have their own agendas Most Entalis were a little leary about creating Ghosts, so there aren't a huge number of them around Typically, Entalins who did create Ghosts absorbed their memories back into their own minds and disolved the Ghost after it had performed the function it was created for
A way of installing software into the laptop
Soul or spectre of a dead person, usually believed to inhabit the netherworld and to be capable of returning in some form to the world of the living
If a book or other piece of writing is ghosted, it is written by a writer for another person, for example a politician or sportsman, who then publishes it as his or her own work. I published his autobiography, which was very competently ghosted by a woman journalist from the Daily Mail I ghosted his weekly rugby column for the Telegraph. = ghost-write
A shadowy or weak image in the received picture offset either to the left or right of the primary image, the result of transmission conditions which create secondary signals that are received earlier or later than the main or primary signal A ghost displaced to the left of the primary image is designated as "leading" and one displaced to the right is designated as "following" (lagging) When the tonal variations of the ghost are the same as the primary image, it is designated as "positive" and when it is in reverse, it is designated as "negative"
An AB coating on translucent matte beads
a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else
  A secondary image or signal resulting from echo, envelope delay distortion, or multipath reception
"The outward and visible sign of an inward fear " [DD]
a mental representation of some haunting experience; "he looked like he had seen a ghost"; "it aroused specters from his past" the visible disembodied soul of a dead person write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?" move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard
move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard"
An identity that does not relate to a real person It is not unknown for staff with the necessary IT skills to create a fictitious user with a password that allows that user to access the system with impunity, knowing that an audit trail will lead nowhere Ghosts may also appear on the payroll, courtesy of a user who has the power to create new files in the personnel and payroll systems The creation of user profiles and the granting of logical access rights is a high security function and must be strictly monitored, preferably with dual controls for creation and authorization
haunt like a ghost; pursue; "Fear of illness haunts her"
The ghost of something, especially of something bad that has happened, is the memory of it. the ghost of anti-Americanism
a mental representation of some haunting experience; "he looked like he had seen a ghost"; "it aroused specters from his past"
Tannish corn snakes that are both hypomelanistic and anerythristic
The electronic function of overlaying two continuous-tone images so that both images can be seen in the resulting processing file The strength of each image can be varied, so that one appears visually dominant
When an image is screened back or shaded down in intensity, it is called a ghosted image Both full-color and black and white images can be ghosted
an old Saxon word equivalent to soul or spirit It is the translation of the Hebrew nephesh_ and the Greek _pneuma, both meaning "breath," "life," "spirit," the "living principle" (Job 11: 20; Jer 15: 9; Matt 27: 50; John 19: 30) The expression "to give up the ghost" means to die (Lam 1: 19; Gen 25: 17; 35: 29; 49: 33; Job 3: 11) (See HOLY GHOST )
To die; to expire
If there is a ghost of something, that thing is so faint or weak that it hardly exists. He gave the ghost of a smile The sun was warm and there was just a ghost of a breeze from the north-west
Used in a NickServ command to retrieve your nickname if it was left behind on the server due to a disconnection or heavy lag
an apparition that appears to be the spirit of a deceased human being
A false image formed in a telescope by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses
A prime who visits the planes via astral spell Since it involves little physical risk on the prime's part, it's often considered cowardly and even distasteful by planars (the prime hasn't even deigned to come to the planes with his actual body) The term "cord babies" is also used, though less frequently
{i} spirit; phantom; shadow; hint, trace; ghost writer (Slang)
The part of the human body containing human identity This term was created to avoid confusion about the definition of a man and the soul in the cybernetic age
Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image; a phantom; a glimmering; as, not a ghost of a chance; the ghost of an idea
on WorldsAway Dreamscape, "ghosting" means to be present in a room without being seen by other participants See also "unghost"
write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
{f} haunt; move like a ghost; sail along smoothly; ghostwrite (a book, speech, etc.)
apparition
gurrnki
haint
Ghost of Christmas Future
The fictional character Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Ghost of Christmas Past
A fictional ghost, and character of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, who visits Ebenezer Scrooge in order to show him his past, especially certain events around Christmases of past years that contributed for the change of heart of Scrooge from liking to despising Christmas
Ghost of Christmas Present
A fictional ghost, who is a character of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and is giant, wears a green robe and visits Ebenezer Scrooge accompanied by a great feast in order to show him events of the current Christmas
Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
A fictional ghost, who is a character of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, that wears a black robe, remains silent, and visits Ebenezer Scrooge in order to show his impending fate of death and loneliness in a future Christmas that is ultimately avoided
ghost at the feast
A presence that mars one's enjoyment by causing guilt or reviving unwelcome memories
ghost band
Any spurious results clustered together, outside of normal expected ranges (as in a plot of recorded energy values, with an inexplicable blot, marring the clean expected results)
ghost band
A large band or stripe that appears on a developed gel as a wide halo with no specific, distinguishable signal. Ghost bands are a common problem in western blot analysis
ghost band
Impersonators of a well-known band hired to perform while the real band members are elsewhere
ghost car
An unmarked police car or an unmarked vehicle used as a decoy by police

Officers in a ghost car were doing speed enforcement near 82 Street and 132 Avenue when a white 1995 Ford Contour sped by.

ghost cars
plural form of ghost car
ghost crab
Any of several burrowing crabs, of the genus Ocypode, found along sandy shores
ghost crabs
plural form of ghost crab
ghost frog
A group of frogs in the Heleophrynidae family, which live in mountain streams in South Africa
ghost image
any undesired image appearing at the image plane of an optical system; either a false image of the desired object, or an out-of-focus image of a bright source of light in the field of the optical system
ghost image
a copy of all the contents of a hard drive, used as a backup
ghost imaging
the process of creating a ghost image of all the contents of a hard drive as a backup that may be stored and later retrieved if needed
ghost island
An area of road surface, marked with cross hatching, as a means of separating traffic, reducing speed, or to provide a safe area to turn right across approaching traffic
ghost islands
plural form of ghost island
ghost piece
A representation of where a piece will land if it falls without intervention (such as moving it away or rotating it) in the video game Tetris
ghost pieces
plural form of ghost piece
ghost prisoner
A prisoner not included in official prison records, and not reported to the Red Cross as a detainee
ghost ship
An abandoned, possibly adrift ship (sea or space ship) that is haunted
ghost ships
plural form of ghost ship
ghost stories
plural form of ghost story
ghost story
A story about ghosts, meant to be frightening
ghost town
A town which has become deserted, usually due to failing economic activity
ghost towns
plural form of ghost town
ghost train
A fairground attraction in which participants ride through a "haunted house" in a railcar
ghost train
An excursion done by many tourist railways around the world. Usually, a fictional story is created and performed with static displays or live actors on either side of a train. Actors and actresses play out a story on the long and narrow stage provided by the railcar aisles
ghost word
A fictitious word that has been published in a dictionary, or has been listed as genuine, as the result of misinterpretation or a typographical error
ghost words
plural form of ghost word
ghost writer
One who writes on behalf of someone else, often for a celebrity

Smith was listed as the author of his autobiography, but a ghost writer did most of the work.

ghost writers
plural form of ghost writer
ghost-town
Attributive form of ghost town

Downtown Manhattan has a ghost-town emptiness at two in the morning.

ghost car
See: phantom vehicle
ghost chili
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) The Naga Jolokia (Bhut Jolokia, Ghost Chili, Naga Morich) is a chili pepper that grows in northeastern India (Assam, Nagaland, and Manipur) and Bangladesh. It was confirmed by Guinness World Records to be the hottest chili in the world, displacing the Red Savina. Disagreement has arisen on whether it is a Capsicum frutescens or a Capsicum chinense. The Indians claim it is a C. frutescens, but the derived cultivar Dorset Naga was assessed as a C. chinense. Recent DNA tests have found both C. chinense and C. frutescens genes
ghost hunting
Ghost hunting is the process of investigating locations said to be haunted. Typically, a ghost "hunting party" will involve 4-8 individuals who work as a team to collect evidence of paranormal activity. Ghost hunters usually record data in a scientific manner, making observation using electronic equipment of various types, such as; EMF Meters, digital thermometers, infrared and night vision cameras, handheld video cameras, digital audio recorders, and computers. Organized teams of ghost hunters are also called paranormal investigation teams
ghost of a chance
(deyim) Ghost of a chance is slang for unlikely, little chance
Ghost Busters
humorous 1984 movie about three men who fight ghosts (starred Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver)
Ghost Dance
Native American dance performed to summon the dead and invoke the restoration of native lands and traditional ways of life (common during the late 19th century)
ghost crab
Any of several light-colored burrowing crabs of the genus Ocypoda frequenting the tide line along sandy shores from the northeast United States to Brazil. Also called white crab
ghost dance
The religion inculcates peace, righteousness, and work, and holds that in good time, without warlike intervention, the oppressive white rule will be removed by the higher powers
ghost dance
The religion spread through a majority of the western tribes of the United States, only in the case of the Sioux, owing to local causes, leading to an outbreak
ghost dance
a religious dance of native Americans looking for communication with the dead
ghost dance
The dance is the chief rite of the Ghost- dance, or Messiah, religion, which originated about 1890 in the doctrines of the Piute Wovoka, the Indian Messiah, who taught that the time was drawing near when the whole Indian race, the dead with the living, should be reunited to live a life of millennial happiness upon a regenerated earth
ghost dance
A religious dance of the North American Indians, participated in by both sexes, and looked upon as a rite of invocation the purpose of which is, through trance and vision, to bring the dancer into communion with the unseen world and the spirits of departed friends
ghost dance
Either of two group dances associated with a messianic religious movement among Native American peoples of the Southwest and Great Plains in the late 19th century. Ghost dance prophets foretold the imminent disappearance of whites, the restoration of traditional lands and ways of life, and the resurrection of dead ancestors. Nineteenth-century Native American cult. It represented an attempt by Indian peoples in the western U.S. to rehabilitate their traditional cultures. The Ghost Dance arose in 1889, when the Paiute prophet-dreamer Wovoka announced the imminent return of the dead (hence "ghost"), the ousting of the whites, and the restoration of Indian lands, food supplies, and way of life, all of which would be hastened by dances and songs revealed in Wovoka's spiritual visions. The Ghost Dance spread rapidly. It coincided with the Sioux outbreak of 1890, which culminated in the massacre at Wounded Knee, where the "ghost shirts" failed to protect the wearers as promised by Wovoka. The cult soon became obsolete
ghost image
phenomenon occurring on older screens in which an image remains on the screen after the display has changed
ghost net
A plastic drift net that has been abandoned by a fishing boat and that entangles and kills fish, porpoises, seabirds, and other marine life
ghost story
story about ghosts, story about spirits, imaginative story
ghost story
A ghost story is a story about ghosts. A story having supernatural or frightening elements, especially a story featuring ghosts or spirits of the dead. a story about ghosts that is intended to frighten people
ghost town
deserted town, uninhabited town
ghost town
A ghost town is a town which used to be busy and wealthy but is now poor and deserted. Mogadishu is said to be a virtual ghost town, deserted by two-thirds of its residents. A once thriving town, especially a boomtown of the American West, that has been completely abandoned. a town that used to have a lot of people living and working in it, but now has very few or none
ghost town
a deserted town (especially in Western United States)
ghost train
a small train ride at a funfair, that is designed to frighten you by taking you through a dark place full of skeletons and things that jump out at you
ghost word
A word that has come into a dictionary, grammar, or other scholarly work as a result of a misreading or misinterpretation, as by mistaking a typographical error for an actual word
ghost word
a word form that has entered the language through the perpetuation of an error
ghost writer
one who writes for someone else who takes the credit, one who writes in the name of another
ghost writer
A ghost writer is someone who writes a book or other published work instead of the person who is named as the author. someone who is paid to write a book or story for another person, who then says it is their own work
ghost-write
If a book or other piece of writing is ghost-written, it is written by a writer for another person, for example a politician or sportsman, who then publishes it as his or her own work. Articles were ghost-written by company employees. = ghost
Holy Ghost
One of the three figures of the Holy Trinity, the others being the Father (God) and the Son (Jesus), known as the Spirit of God
ghosting
The effect that interference caused by a multi-path reception problem has on a television screen
ghostly
Spooky; frightening
ghosty
ghostly

Regarding Glamis, I should imagine it a ghosty sort of place.

ghosty
ghost (especially a non-frightening one)
give up the ghost
To cease clinging to life; to die

And Jesus cried with a loud voice, and gave up the ghost.

give up the ghost
To quit; to cease functioning

My old computer finally gave up the ghost the other day.

give up the ghost
To cede a commitment to or identification with
grey ghost
The fish Albula neoguinaico, also called a bonefish. (Reference: Australian Fish and How to Catch Them, Richard Allan, Landsdowne Publishing, 1990, ISBN 1-86302-674-6.)
grey ghost
A parking inspector, ie. person issuing tickets fining vehicles parked illegally or for too long

1998: Grey ghosts turn a blind eye — Sydney Morning Herald headline 18 July 1998.

hungry ghost
A type of supernatural being, condemned to desire more than it can consume. Often depicted with large belly and tiny mouth
yield the ghost
To give up the ghost

and often did I strive / To yield the ghost: but still the envious flood / Stopped in my soul, and would not let it forth.

yield up the ghost
For a person, to die

Then fell she down straightway at his feet, and yielded up the ghost: and the young men came in, and found her dead, and, carrying her forth, buried her by her husband.

ghostly
{a} of or relating to the soul, spiritual
A ghost
haunt
A ghost
shade
Holy Ghost
third person of the Trinity, Holy Spirit (Christianity)
Holy Ghost
The Holy Ghost is the same as the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit. the Holy Ghost God in the form of a spirit according to the Christian religion = Holy Spirit
Marley's Ghost
the spirit of Jacob Marley, who is the dead business partner of Scrooge in the book A Christmas Carol (1843) by Charles Dickens. He appears to Scrooge on Christmas Eve, and tells him that he will be visited by three spirits
ghosted
A description of an unavailable choice Menu items are ghosted or "grayed out" to indicate that a standard choice is not available under the current circumstances
ghosted
Refers to a menu choice that has a faded appearance, indicating that the choice is unavailable in the current context (pg 37)
ghosted
when a button has a faded or light gray appearance, meaning it's inactive, you cannot click on it just then
ghosting
Image which appears as a lighter area on a subsequent print due to local blanket depressions from previous image areas on a letterpress rotary machine as well as on an offset press
ghosting
A video blemish where the image from a previous frame is faded but visible in the following frame, resulting in blurry motion It is often seen on old television sets or on cheaper DV cameras
ghosting
A signal interference condition producing positive or negative pictures displaced in time from the desired picture, caused by multi-path signal reception Ghost pictures also result from cable ringing
ghosting
A form of identity theft in which someone steals the identity, and sometimes even the role within society, of a specific dead person (the "ghost") who is not widely known to be deceased
ghosting
Phenomenon of a faint image on a printed sheet where it was not intended to appear
ghosting
The illegal practice of one firm driving a stock's price higher or lower, while other conspiring firms follow their lead to drive up the price of the stock while the investing public is unaware
ghosting
In monitors, shadows and streaking due to drastic changes in onscreen intensity are referred to as ghosting It is common to see white or black shadows to the right of a solid bar drawn on the screen
ghosting
(a) An image which appears as a lighter area on a subsequent print, due to local blanket depressions from previous image areas (b) Marring of a print by an image on it of work on the reverse side which has interfered with its drying, so that differences in the trapping of some colours or gloss variations are apparent GLOSS Gloss can refer to the reflectivity of paper itself or of the printed result on it Gloss of paper is measured by using a Gardner gloss meter, which measures reflected light at an angle of 75°, and is expressed in Gardner gloss units - the higher the number, the glossier the paper surface
ghosting
The undesirable appearance of faint replicas of printed images, caused chemically or mechanically to top
ghosting
The practice of hiding prisoners from inspection from (possibly hostile) outside inspectors
ghosting
(1) Phenomenon of a faint image appearing on a printed sheet where it was not intended to appear Chemical ghosting refers to the transfer of the faint image from the front of one sheet to the back of another sheet Mechanical ghosting refers to the faint image appearing as a repeat of an image on the same side of the sheet (2) Phenomenon of printed image appearing too light because of ink starvation
ghosting
The faint sound produced by a plectrum brushing the string when the register is in its off position The register should be adjusted to withdraw the plectrum or the pluctrum should be adjusted or trimmed
ghosting
Refers to a problem with older monitors; if a computer remained idle for an extended period of time, a dim image (ghost) of the current screen display was etched permanently on the monitor 8 22
ghosting
(1) an image of the printed design or copy which extends beyond the limits of the stencil, usually with less ink deposition than the intended print area, caused by the slight creeping of improperly stretched screen printing fabric; (The fabric tends to "creep" in the direction of the squeegee stroke, thus making a second imprint); (2) wet-on-wet printing, the result of offsetting of wet prints onto the back of the screen
ghosting
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ghosting
A phenomenon occurring when voltage from an energized element leaks to an adjacent OFF element and turns the adjacent element partially ON Typically seen on STN and DSTN screens
ghosting
Also known as gloss ghosting A condition occurring during sheetfed printing when inks containing drying oils are used in production Vapors from drying ink on one side of a press sheet interact chemically with the dry ink densities printed on a sheet in contact or on the reverse side of the same sheet creating unintended faint images
ghosting
ghost imaging
ghosting
This is a common term for double images If you look at a clock and some of the numbers have a lighter ghost image just off to the side, this is ghosting more
ghosting
Phenomenon on a faint image on a printed sheet where it was not intended to appear
ghosting
A faint printed image that appears on a printed sheet where it was not intended More often than not, this problem is a function of graphical design It is hard to tell when or where ghosting will occur Sometimes you can see the problem developing immediately after printing the sheet, other times the problem occurs while drying However, if the problem occurs, it is costly to fix, if it can be fixed Occasionally it can be eliminated by changing the color sequence, the inks, the paper, changing to a press with a drier, printing the problem area in a separate pass through the press or changing the racking (reducing the number of sheets on the drying racks) Since it is a function of graphical design, the buyer pays for the increased cost
ghosting
The illegal practice that one firm drives a stock's price higher or lower, while other conspiring firms follow its lead to influence up the price of the stock
ghosting
A distortion of image due to irregular healing of the corneal surface
ghosting
The appearance of a faint image of the design being printed in areas which are not intended to receive that part of the image Usually caused by insufficient ink supply
ghosting
Image appears too light because of ink starvation or a faint printed image that appears where it was not
ghostlike
Like a ghost; ghastly
ghostlike
Seemingly invisible; as a ghost, similar to a ghost
ghostlike
{s} resembling a ghost, ghostly
ghostliness
{i} state of being a ghost; resemblance to a ghost; state of being haunted by ghosts
ghostliness
The quality of being ghostly
ghostly
Spiritually; mystically
ghostly
A ghostly presence is the ghost or spirit of a dead person. the ghostly presences which haunt these islands. slightly frightening and seeming to be related to ghosts or spirits
ghostly
{s} ghostlike, resembling a ghost, spectral
ghostly
Of or pertaining to ghosts or spirituality
ghostly
Relating to the soul; not carnal or secular; spiritual; as, a ghostly confessor
ghostly
Of or pertaining to apparitions
ghostly
Something that is ghostly seems unreal or unnatural and may be frightening because of this. The moon shone, shedding a ghostly light on the fields. Sonia's ghostly laughter
ghostly
like or being a phantom; "a ghostly face at the window"; "a phantasmal presence in the room"; "spectral emanations"; "spiritual tappings at a seance"
ghosts
plural of ghost
ghosts
spirits of the dead
ghosts
Enough evidence has been gathered by the Giovanni and other such mages to point to some sort of life after death Ghosts are usually tied to a place or a thing that meant something to them in life (It is unknown whether or not a vampire can be the grounding for a spectre, but it is possible )
ghosts
cf peta, yakkha; s loka
ghosts
third person singular present tense of the verb to ghost
ghosts
Undead spirits of dead intelligent creatures who have stayed, willingly or not, between this world and the world of the dead They are not usually completely substantial, so they can walk through walls
ghosts
are residual traces of data left when overwritten by other data When you simply put something in the trash and empty it - there will be ghosts of your original data left behind For more information on ghosts and secure file-wiping go to http: //security tao ca/wipe shtml
ghosts
Deaths-Head RevisitedThe Changing of the GuardThe Thirty-Fathom Grave
ghosts
Usually, apparitions of deceased persons See Ghosts
ghosts
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ghosts
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ghosty
{s} of ghosts, of specters, of spirits, resembling a ghost
holy ghost
the third person in the Trinity; Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit after his Crucifixion and Resurrection; it came on Pentecost
lay a ghost
exorcise ghosts, force out ghosts, send away spirits (from a person or place)
look as if one has seen a ghost
look frightened or stupefied
sin against the holy ghost
unforgivable sin, unpardonable sin
the Father the Son and the Holy Ghost
holy trinity, three incarnations of God according to Christian belief
white as a ghost
totally pale, completely white
ghost
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