globular

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Englisch - Türkisch
küre biçiminde
katı damla biçiminde
{s} küre şeklinde
(Tıp) Kürevi, küresi, globosus
{s} küreciklerden oluşan
kürevi
{s} küresel
yuvarlak
yumru
globular anemia
oligositemi
globular cluster
küresel küme
globular lightning
küresel şimşek
globular process
(Diş Hekimliği) embiryoda,burnun her iki yanında, ileride flitrum'u oluşturacak olan iki yumrudan biri
spherical
{s} küresel

Pek çok kişinin düşündüğünün aksine, Ortaçağ'da insanların çoğu dünyanın düz değil, küresel olduğuna inanıyordu. - Contrary to what many people think, during the Middle Ages most people believed that the world was spherical, not flat.

Çocuk bir küresel üçgen çizdi. - The child drew a spherical triangle.

spherical
(Biyoloji) sferik
spherical
(Tıp) sferikal
spherical
küre şeklindeki
spherical
küreye ait
spherical
(Tıp) Kürevi, küreye ait, küresel, sphericus
spherical
{s} küre şeklinde
spherical
kürevi
spherical
{s} küre biçiminde

Bir buz hokeyi diski küre biçiminde değildir. - An ice hockey puck is not spherical.

spherical
gökcisimlerine sphericallyküre şeklinde
Englisch - Englisch
A globular cluster
Comprising globules
Roughly spherical in shape
spherical
{a} like a globe, round
very large (105 stars), spherical, very old, low to very low heavy element content, located away from the galactic plane and forming part of the galactic halo; typical Population II objects
Globe-shaped; having the form of a ball or sphere; spherical, or nearly so; as, globular atoms
Globe-shaped
Round and ball-like, globe-shaped
having the shape of a sphere or ball; "a spherical object"; "nearly orbicular in shape"; "little globular houses like mud-wasp nests"- Zane Grey
A globular object is shaped like a ball. The globular seed capsule contains numerous small seeds. in the shape of a globule or a globe
{s} round; shaped like a globe; drop-like
globose
globular cluster
a spherical star cluster containing thousands to millions of stars
globular clusters
plural form of globular cluster
globular cluster
A system of stars, generally smaller in size than a galaxy, that is more or less globular in conformation. Any large group of old, Population II (see Populations I and II) stars closely packed in a symmetrical, somewhat spherical form. About 150 have been identified in the Milky Way Galaxy. Most are distributed in a spherical volume above and below the Galaxy's disk (see galactic halo). Globular clusters contain many more stars (10,000-1,000,000) than open clusters do and can be several hundred light-years in diameter. Because they are so distant from the solar system, most are not visible to the unaided eye. Omega Centauri and a few others can be seen without a telescope as hazy patches of light
globular cluster
cluster of up to a million stars that are held together in a spherical form by the force of gravity (Astronomy)
globularly
Spherically
globularly
in the form of a circle; in the form of a sphere
globular

    Silbentrennung

    glo·bu·lar

    Türkische aussprache

    gläbyılır

    Aussprache

    /ˈgläbyələr/ /ˈɡlɑːbjəlɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'glä-by&-l&r, ] (adjective.) 1654. partly from Latin globus + English -ular; partly from Latin globulus + English -ar.

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