illumination

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} aydınlatma
{i} ışıklandırma
açıklama
illüminasyon
illuminate
{f} aydınlatmak

Karanlık alanları aydınlatmak için bir el feneri kullanırım. - I use a flashlight to illuminate dark areas.

illuminate
{f} ışıklandırmak
illumination control
aydınlatma kontrolü
illumination unit
aydınlatma ünitesi
illumination base
aydınlatma baz
illumination by diffusion
(Askeri) Bak. "indirect illumination"
illumination by reflection
(Askeri) Bak. "indirect illumination"
illumination fire
(Askeri) AYDINLATMA ATIŞI: Bir bölgeyi aydınlatmak için yapılan atış
illuminate
aydınlanmak
illuminate
(Sanat) ışık vermek
illuminate
donatmak
illuminate
aydınlığa kavuşturmak
illuminate
tezhipçi
illuminate
aydınlatma

Karanlık alanları aydınlatmak için bir el feneri kullanırım. - I use a flashlight to illuminate dark areas.

intensity of illumination
aydınlatma şiddeti
intermittent illumination
(Askeri) fasılalı aydınlatma
most suitable illumination
(Askeri) en uygun aydınlatma
source of illumination
ışık kaynağı
illuminate
aydınlat

Meydan parlak ışıklarla aydınlatıldı. - The square was illuminated by bright lights.

Ayin sırasında binlerce mum kiliseyi aydınlattı. - Thousands of candles illuminated the church during the ceremony.

landing illumination
iniş pist aydınlatması
exterior illumination
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Dış aydınlatma
airborne general illumination lightself
(Askeri) hava indirme genel otomatik aydınlatma
battle field illumination
(Askeri) Muharebe meydanı aydınlatması
battlefield illumination
(Askeri) MUHAREBE ALANI AYDINLATMASI: Muharebe meydanının görünen veya çıplak gözle görünmeyen suni ışıkla aydınlatılması. Ayrıca bakınız: "artificial daylight; artificial moonlight; indirect illumination"
continuous illumination fire
(Askeri) SÜREKLİ AYDINLATMA ATEŞİ: Hedef veya belirli bir bölge üzerindeki aydınlatmanın kesilmemesini sağlamak üzere aydınlatma mermilerinin belirli zaman aralıklarında ateşlendiği bir ateş tipi. Ayrıca bakınız: "coordinated illumination fire"
coordinated illumination fire
(Askeri) KOORDİNE EDİLMİŞ AYDINLATMA ATEŞİ: Aydınlatıcı ateşin ve kuvvetli patlayıcı bomba atışının, sadece hedefin tespiti ve kuvvetli patlayıcı bomba ateşinin tanzim edilmesi için gereken zamanda hedef ve hedefi çevreleyen bölgenin aydınlatılmasını temin etmek üzere koordine edildiği bir atış tipi
direct illumination
(Askeri) DİREKT AYDINLATMA: Arama ışıkları veya pyrotekniklerinin direkt ışıkları tarafından oluşturulan aydınlatma
found round illumination diamond
(Askeri) 4 KISIM, AYDINLATMA FİŞEĞİ: Yana ve ileri doğru yayılan ve geniş bir alanı aydınlatan aydınlatma mermilerinin yayılması metodu
illuminate
{f} (birini/bir konuyu) aydınlatmak
illuminate
ışıtmak
illuminate
yaldızlı harflerle süslemek
illuminate
{f} (kitabı/yazıyı) tezhip etmek
illuminations
ışıklandırma
indirect illumination
(Askeri) ENDİREKT AYDINLATMA: Işıldak veya difuzyon ve yansıtma ile aydınlatan işaret ve aydınlatma mühimmatı kullanarak yapılan aydınlatma
intermediate area illumination
(Askeri) ARA BÖLGE AYDINLATMASI: Yakınlaşmanın en uzak sınırından (200 m. kadar) topçu silahlarının çoğunluğunun azami etkili menziline kadar (10.000 m. kadar) derinliğine bir bölgeden aydınlatma
intermittent illumination
(Askeri) FASILALI AYDINLATMA: Düzensiz aralıklarla aydınlatma mermilerinin atıldığı bir atış şekli
Englisch - Englisch
The act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated
Festive decoration of houses or buildings with lights
Adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations. See illuminate (transitive verb)
          The density of the luminous flux incident on a surface; it is the quotient of the luminous flux by the area of the surface when the latter is uniformly illuminated
The luminous flux which a surface receives per unit area
The luminous flux falling on a unit area of a surface
Adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations. See Illuminate, v. t., 3
Application of visible radiation to an object
Art of illustrating and decorating manuscripts Usually entails painting in watercolor or tempera on parchment or paper Popular during the Romanesque period to educate the faithful through sacred images
the luminous flux incident on a unit area
See Illuminate, v
The luminous flux per unit area of a surface
a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination; "follow God's light"
Illumination is the lighting that a place has. The only illumination came from a small window high in the opposite wall
is the amount of light in the sky
Light striking the surface of an object
an interpretation that removes obstacles to understanding; "the professor's clarification helped her to understand the textbook"
The process by which God enlightens or gives understanding of the revelation of God in the Bible
A hypothetical stage in the creative process which involves sudden understanding of the problem and the solution (Solso)
The result of the use of light
{i} lighting, brightening; light; enlightenment; clarification; decoration, illustration; illuminance (Optics)
The density of the light flow incident on a surface
That which is illuminated, as a house; also, an ornamented book or manuscript
Adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations
Any painted or penwork decoration (particularly gold or silver) used to adorn a manuscript, including such features as canon tables, calendars, carpet pages, author, donor, or evangelist portraits, miniatures, initials, borders, etc , but excluding such features as simple pen-flourished letters and line fillers, or the highlighting of letters or paragraph marks within a text usually executed in red or blue ink
The amount of light falling onto a surface
painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts)
the degree of visibility of your environment
The special communication of knowledge to the mind by God; inspiration
The decoration of manuscripts with designs and symbolic devices, often entwined with fruit, flowers and human or animal figures
Type of text illustration which derives it name from the vivid colors and hues
The light of the soul pours forth and man on the physical plane in his brain consciousness perceives that which previously was hidden from him The illumined mind transmits soul knowledge
Decorative miniature artwork that accompanies text, as in historical manuscripts or Society scrolls See also Calligraphy
That which illuminates or gives light; brightness; splendor; especially, intellectual light or knowledge
the use of embellishment and illustration to enhance the pages of a medieval manuscript
Decoration of manuscripts and books with coloured, gilded pictures, highly decorated initials, and ornamental border designs
Deals with the enlightening or understanding of truth already revealed Illumination generally accompanies inspiration or is included in it, but not always, as it is seen from I Peter 1: 11 Psalm 119: 18 "Open thou mine eyes that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law " The apostle Paul attributes this illumination to the third person of the trinity I Cor2: 12 "Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things freely given to us by God," (I Cor2: 14; John 14: 17, 26; 16: 12-14)
The act of illuminating or state of being illuminated This term is often used incorrectly in place of the term illuminance to denote the density of luminous flux on a surface
Illuminations are coloured lights which are put up in towns, especially at Christmas, in order to make them look attractive, especially at night. the famous Blackpool illuminations
lumination
illumination base
base of light
illumination unit
a measure of illumination
illuminate
to clarify or make something understandable
illuminate
to decorate the page of a manuscript book with ornamental designs
illuminate
Someone thought to have an unusual degree of enlightenment
over-illumination
Excessive or annoying light producing glare, annoyance and adverse health effects

The building's architect failed to account for natural light availability and specified more lighting fixtures than needed, resulting in over-illumination and leading to increased headache incidence for some building occupants.

over-illumination
Wasted light through illumination of an unoccupied space, creating energy wastage
over-illumination
Excess light supplied beyond the amount required for a given task
illuminate
to supply with light
illuminate
{v} to enlighten, to adorn
ıllumination
{n} a giving light, brightness
dark ground illumination
a form of microscopic examination of living material by scattered light; specimens appear luminous against a dark background
had an illumination
had a sudden revelation, suddenly understood
illuminate
To light up in token or rejoicing
illuminate
make lighter or brighter; "This lamp lightens the room a bit"
illuminate
to shine light on something
illuminate
to glow
illuminate
add embellishments and paintings to (medieval manuscripts)
illuminate
to decorate something with lights
illuminate
To illuminate something means to shine light on it and to make it brighter and more visible. No streetlights illuminated the street
illuminate
brighten up
illuminate
If you illuminate something that is unclear or difficult to understand, you make it clearer by explaining it carefully or giving information about it. They use games and drawings to illuminate their subject. + illuminating il·lu·mi·nat·ing His autobiography provides an illuminating insight into his mind
illuminate
to be exposed to light
illuminate
To adorn, as a book or page with borders, initial letters, or miniature pictures in colors and gold, as was done in manuscripts of the Middle Ages
illuminate
{f} light up, brighten; elucidate, explain; adorn, decorate, illustrate
illuminate
To make light; to throw light on; to supply with light, literally or figuratively; to brighten
illuminate
a pretender to extraordinary light and knowledge
illuminate
To light up; to decorate with artificial lights, as a building or city, in token of rejoicing or respect
illuminate
To make plain or clear; to dispel the obscurity to by knowledge or reason; to explain; to elucidate; as, to illuminate a text, a problem, or a duty
illuminate
Enlightened
illuminate
make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?"; "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
illuminate
One who is enlightened; esp
illuminations
plural of illumination
source of illumination
any device serving as a source of visible electromagnetic radiation
illumination
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