glazing

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Englisch - Türkisch
cam duvar
sırlar
sırlama
(Gıda) buzla kaplama
camlama
(İnşaat,Teknik) perdahlama
(İnşaat) vernikleme
cam takma
cam
cam/cam takma/camcılık
(Gıda) parlatma
{i} parlaklık
{i} camekân
(Diş Hekimliği) Porselenin üzerini sır maddesi ile kaplayıp pişirme işlemi
{i} emaye
x donuklaş/sırla/cam tak
{i} mine
{i} sır
{i} jöle kaplama
{i} camcılık
{i} cila
(Gıda) kaplama
glaze
sır
glazing bar
(Araçlar) Cam takılırken kullanılan camın düşmesini önleyici çerçeve çıtası
glazing bar
(İnşaat) kayıt
glazing bead
(İnşaat) cam çıtası
glazing knife
ıspatula
glazing filler
Yoklama macunu
glazing spot filler
Yoklama macunu
glazing calender
(Tekstil) parlatma kalandın
glazing calender
(Tekstil) parlatma kalandırı
glazing knife
(İnşaat) camcı bıçağı
glazing machine
(Tekstil) parlatma makinesi
glazing sprig
(İnşaat) cam çivisi
glazing work
(İnşaat) cam takma işleri
glaze
şeffaf sır perdah
glaze
(Gıda) şeffaf bir tabakayla kaplamak
glaze
ince ve şeffaf bir tabakayla kaplamak
glaze
{f} cam gibi olmak
glaze
{f} perdahlamak
glaze
cilalamak
glaze
(Havacılık) şeffaf
glaze
(Tıp) glaze
glaze
camlaşma
glaze
(Çevre) sırlama
glaze
parlatmak boya
glaze
(Meteoroloji) şeffaf buz
glaze
(Askeri) şeffaf kanat buzu
double-glazing
çift cam
glaze
donuklaşmak
glaze
perdah
glaze
(bakış) anlamsızlaşmak
glaze
sırlamak
friction glazing
sürtünme perdahi
external glazing
dış camlama
fixed roof glass (glazing)
(Otomotiv) sabit tavan camı (kaplama)
friction glazing
sürtünme perdahı
glaze
feri gitmek
glaze
(Askeri) ŞEFFAF KANAT BUZU: Bak. "clear ice"
glaze
{f} jöle ile kaplamak
glaze
{f} (seramik nesneleri) sırlamak
glaze
{f} parlatmak (boya)
glaze
{i} kırağı
glaze
sır,v.camla kapla: n.şeffaf sır
glaze
(Diş Hekimliği) Porselenin üzerindeki camsı parlak tabaka; suni kronlarda mine etkisi vermek için kullanılır
glaze
jöle/sır/parlak yüzey
glaze
(Tıp) Perdah (dişçilikte)
glaze
{i} parlama
glaze
pencereye cam takmak
glaze
{f} sırlanmak
glaze
{f} (bakış) donuklaşmak
glaze
{i} cila
glaze
{f} (pencereye) cam takmak
glaze
x donuklaş/sırla/cam tak
glaze
{i} (seramikte) sır
glaze
{i} jöle ile kaplama
glaze
jöle
glaze
{f} cam takmak
internal glazing
(Otomotiv) iç camlama
multiple glazing
çok yüzeyli cam
patent glazing
(İnşaat) macunsuz cam takma
rebate of glazing
camevi
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of glaze
All the windows of a building
The glass or plastic panes in a window, door, or skylight
Glass in a window or door; the act or process of fitting with glass Glazing stop The part of the sash or door panel which holds the glass in place Grille A term referring to windowpane dividers or muntins When between two panes of glass, they will last longer and allow for ease of cleaning
The glass, glasslike, or glossy substance with which any surface is incrusted or overlaid; as, the glazing of pottery or porcelain, or of paper
The process of securing a pane of glass into a frame using glazier's points and glazing compound Also referred as the layers of glass and their coatings
Glazing is the construction term used for sheets of glass that fill in windows The unique designs of the glass barrel vault skylight and the glass end walls at the Kimmel Center have rarely been attempted before in the glass industry
A covering of transparent or translucent material (typically glass or plastic) used for admitting light
(impl) (sol) A transparent sheet that admits sunlight to a SOLAR COLLECTOR or solar building and then inhibits the escape of heat Often used interchangeably with window or glass, the term actually refers specifically just to the clear material which admits sunlight, and so can also be ACETATE, acrylic, and fiber-reinforced plastics Double and triple glazing refer to two or three panes F - vitrification S - vidriado
(Top Coating): The application of protective transparent resins to the leather The glazed leather features a high gloss or matte finish
the act of installing glass in a frame
Installation of glass in a window opening; also the fenestration or windows
Glass, such as that used in doors and windows
The process of applying putty to hold and seal glass in windows and doors
The insertion of glass into sashes and doors Glazing also refers to the lowest quality of plate glass The purpose of glazing is to retain the glass adequately under the design load, provide effective weathering sealing, prevent loads or pressure points on the glass resulting from building movement, prevent glass-to-metal contact, and minimize glass breakage from mechanical or thermal stress
The securing of glass into prepared openings It also refers to the collective elements of a building comprising glass, frame and fixings
A pane of glass in a window (also referred to as a "lite")
1) In the furniture finishing process, the application of a thin wash coat which is then wiped off and blended, thus modifying the base color or highlighting the grain of wood It produces a soft, mixed tone Compare Pickling 2) (Leather) Also know as top-coating, the application of protective transparent resins to the leather
The process of sealing the glass to the sash
The glass associated with a fenestration system, which may be single-, double-, or triple-paned with various coatings, films, and thermal barriers
This term refers to the application of a transparent layer of color over a solid one so that the color of the first is profoundly modified A transparent layer of red over yellow will produce the effect of orange and providing the benefit of additional depth to the color
Glass (and other materials) in a window or door Also, the act or process of fitting a unit with glass Glazing stop: A component of the sash or door panel which holds the glass in place Grille: A term referring to window pane dividers or muntins It may be a type of assembly fitted to the interior of the window or door unit which can be detached for cleaning Also can be fitted inside the sealed insulating glass unit, when it is also referred to as a grid
{i} work of a glazier; placing of glass in windows; application of a glaze; glossy coating, glaze; polishing
The process of installing glass into sash and doors Also refers to glass panes inserted in various types of frames
Glass used for windows -OR- The act of installing glass into a window
The glass set, or to be set, in a sash, frame
The work of installing glass in a frame
The application of protective transparent resins to the leather The glazed leather features a high gloss or matte finish
The act or art of setting glass; the art of covering with a vitreous or glasslike substance, or of polishing or rendering glossy
The glass installed in a window or door
glass that has been used to fill windows double glazing
Transparent, or semitransparent, colors passed thinly over other colors, to modify the effect
Glass used for windows or the act of installing glass into a window
glazing agent
Any food additive added to produce a shiny protective coating
double glazing
A system of insulated windows (and doors) having two parallel layers of glass separated by an air space
double-glazing
Alternative spelling of double glazing
glaze
A transparent or semi-transparent layer of paint
glaze
In painting, to apply a thin, transparent layer of coating
glaze
A smooth coating of ice formed on objects due to the freezing of rain
glaze
A glazing oven. See Glost oven
glaze
To install windows
glaze
The vitreous coating of pottery or porcelain; anything used as a coating or color in glazing. See glaze (transitive verb)
glaze
{v} to put in or cover with glass, to set a glass
glaze
{n} a polish or composition for covering earthen ware
double glazing
Windows having two layers of glass with a space between them, designed to reduce heat loss and exclude noise
double glazing
Two panes of glass in a door or window, with an air space between the panes They may be sealed hermetically as a single unit or each may be installed separately in the door or window sash
double glazing
Glazing comprising two panes of glass for acoustic or thermal insulation
double glazing
If someone has double glazing in their house, their windows are fitted with two layers of glass. People put in double glazing in order to keep buildings warmer or to keep out noise. glass on a window or door in two separate sheets with a space between them, used to keep noise out and heat in
double glazing
In general, two thicknesses of glass separated by an air space within an opening to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In factory-made double glazing units, the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed airtight, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
double glazing
In general, any use of two thicknesses of glass, separated by an air space, within an opening, to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In factory-made double glazing units the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed airtight, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
double glazing
A window with two panes of glass bonded together at the edges with an air space in between, providing insulation against heat and cold
double glazing
(Med ) result of reading Hong Kong's Basic Law
double glazing
Use of two panes of glass in a window to increase energy efficiency and provide other performance benefits
double glazing
A form of glazing for windows or doors consisting of two panes of glass enclosing an air space between them and used for thermal insulation or sound insulation, or both
double glazing
a window with two panes of glass and a space between them; reduces heat and noise transmission through the window
double-glazing
In general, any use of two lights of glass, separated by an air space, within an opening, to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In insulating glass units the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
double-glazing
A double-glass pane in a door or window, with an air space to provide better insulation qualities
double-glazing
A way of insulating windows by trapping air between two layers of glass
glaze
a glossy finish on a fabric
glaze
To furnish a window, a house, a sash, a case, etc
glaze
The vitreous coating of pottery or porcelain; anything used as a coating or color in glazing. See Glaze, v. t., 3
glaze
a glossy transparent or colored coating baked onto clayware body for decorative purposes, and to make it non- absorbent and more resistant to wear
glaze
A coating of ice, generally clear and smooth, formed by the freezing of supercooled water on a surface
glaze
A glaze is a thin layer of beaten egg, milk, or other liquid that you spread onto food in order to make the surface shine and look attractive. Brush the glaze over the top and sides of the hot cake
glaze
A coating of glass and other components sprayed onto the bisque prior to firing, forming the wear surface of the tile
glaze
To coat with a substance or mixture that gives food a sheen
glaze
coat with a glaze; "the potter glazed the dishes"
glaze
any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods
glaze
A coating of glass that gives pottery a smooth a brilliant surface After the glaze is applied (usually applied by dipping, pouring or spraying) the pot is fired again in order to fuse the glaze and vitrify the clay body of the piece
glaze
A coating of ice, generally clear and smooth formed by the freezing of supercooled water on a surface
glaze
Give food a shiny coating of sauce before serving by brushing with beaten egg, milk, syrup or melted preserves
glaze
Broth reduced by boiling to a gelatinous paste, and spread thinly over braised dishes
glaze
coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
glaze
A translucent layer of paint through which other layers of paint can be seen This usually increases the sense of depth and luminosity of a painting, but if a painting is dirty or has an old varnish over it, then the effect of the glaze is neutralized
glaze
To coat with a food with a thin liquid, such as aspic, jelly, egg wash or chocolate topping, that will be smooth and shiny after setting
glaze
To incrust, cover, or overlay with a thin surface, consisting of, or resembling, glass; as, to glaze earthenware; hence, to render smooth, glasslike, or glossy; as, to glaze paper, gunpowder, and the like
glaze
A semitransparent coat of color applied to a painting to modify the effect of the colors
glaze
A glazing oven
glaze
A layer or coating of ice that is generally smooth and clear, and forms on exposed objects by the freezing of liquid raindrops
glaze
- a hard, impervious coating fired on to ceramic materials, it can be clear or colored, transparent or opaque, matte or glossy; clay glazes are like slips and were used on very early ceramics, other glazes are all forms of glass made from powdered glass, feldspar, borax, salts, or metal oxides; lead glaze is found on Hafner ware and folk pottery; leopard glaze is a strong brown-speckled saltglaze found especially on Frechen wares; saltglazes are produced by pouring large quantities of salt into the furnace at its peak firing temperature - the sodium chloride reacts with water (hydrogen oxide) to produce a glassy coating (sodium oxide) and hydrochloric acid vapors; tin glaze, as commonly used on faience, is made from tin oxide
glaze
To become glazed of glassy
glaze
In oil painting a transparent layer of paint laid over a dried painted canvas In ceramics a thin coating of clay fused to the piece by firing in a kiln
glaze
a vitrous mixture of complex borates and silicates, either colored or clear, that attaches itself firmly to the body of ceramic ware, imparting a gloss and smoothness to the surface
glaze
See Glaze, v
glaze
See Glost oven
glaze
A smooth clear icy coating of supercooled water droplets that spread out and freeze onto objects on contact A storm that produces the accretion of glaze is called an ice storm
glaze
A thin glassy layer formed on the surface of fired ceramic Glazes are a finely ground mixture of mineral and man-made powders tuned to melt and flow at a specific temperature Many clays will melt well at higher temperatures and thus qualify as 'slip' glazes Glazes are normally mixed with water, suspenders, and hardeners to make them harden on drying and produce a suitable consistency for application by painting, dipping, or spraying Glazes are often classified (e g unleaded, raw, fritted) to designate type within a specific industry or type of ceramic ware
glaze
A smooth, clear coat of ice on older ice, rock or any other surface
glaze
To add a coat of sugar syrup or other covering so as to give a shine to the food
glaze
a glossy finish on a fabric any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance; "Her eyes glaze over when she is bored"
glaze
Glaze is the thin glass coating on porcelain insulators Glaze not only provides the great variety of colors in porcelain, but also protects the insulator surface from dirt and water
glaze
To become glazed or glassy
glaze
To apply thinly a transparent or semitransparent color to (another color), to modify the effect
glaze
A glossy transparent or coloured glasslike coating that is fired onto the ware, producing a glossy surface for decorative purposes and to make it nonabsorbent and more resistant to wear The glaze on mat china is mixed directly in with the clay before firing to create the mat finish
glaze
with glass
glaze
When you glaze food such as bread or pastry, you spread a layer of beaten egg, milk, or other liquid onto it before you cook it in order to make its surface shine and look attractive. Glaze the pie with beaten egg
glaze
furnish with glass; "glass the windows"
glaze
To coat foods with glossy mixtures, such as jellies or sauces
glaze
A mixture brushed on food which adds flavor and gives a glossy appearance
glaze
coat with a glaze; "the potter glazed the dishes
glaze
In painting, to apply a thin, transparent layer of color
glaze
A glaze is a thin layer of liquid which is put on a piece of pottery and becomes hard and shiny when the pottery is heated in a very hot oven. hand-painted French tiles with decorative glazes
glaze
coating for fabrics, ceramics, metal, etc
glaze
Coating of ice that forms when rain falls on a surface with a temperature below freezing
glaze
A coating of ice, generally clear and smooth, formed on exposed surfaces by freezing rain or drizzle
glaze
(1) A stock that is reduced until it coats the back of a spoon (2) A shiny coating such as a syrup, applied to a food (3) To make a food shiny or glossy by coating it with a glaze or by browning under a broiler or in a hot oven
glaze
The vitreous coating of pottery or porcelain; anything used as a coating or color in glazing
glaze
{i} smooth glossy coating; ceramic coating; cake frosting, icing
glaze
{f} fill or fit with glass, cover with glass; coat with a ceramic glaze; coat with ice; cover with a thin wash of color (surface of a painting); polish, make smooth and glossy; coat with sugar
glaze
become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance; "Her eyes glaze over when she is bored"
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von glazing im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

glaze
(Tıp) glaze
glazing

    Silbentrennung

    gla·zing

    Türkische aussprache

    gleyzîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈglāzəɴɢ/ /ˈɡleɪzɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'glAz ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English glasen, from glas glass.

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