lamp

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Englisch - Türkisch
lamba

Lambanın ışığı siste parıldıyordu. - The light of the lamp glimmered in the fog.

Kırmızı lamba tehlike halinde yanar. - The red lamp lights up in case of danger.

{i} lâmba

Lambanın ışığı siste parıldıyordu. - The light of the lamp glimmered in the fog.

Lamba bir ağacın dalından askıya alındı ​​. - The lamp was suspended from the branch of a tree.

{i} ampul

Edison elektrik ampulünü icat etti. - Edison invented the electric lamp.

argo gözler
çırağ
{i} ışık

Sokak lambaları yeterli ışık vermez. - The street lamps don't give enough light.

Eski lamba loş ışık verdi. - The old lamp gave a dim light.

kandil
{i} far
{i} fener

Çok eski bir fener satın aldım. - I bought an ancient lamp.

bu isten yapılan boya
lamplighter sokak fenerlerini yakan adam
lamp chimney lamba şişesi
lamplight lamba ışığı
lampblack kandil isi
lamppost sokak feneri direği
ışıtaç
lamp base
(Elektrik, Elektronik) duy
lamp black
is
lamp glass
fanus
lamp socket
duy
lamp socket
ampül duyu
lamp stand
lambalık
lamp black
karbon karası
lamp black
lamba isi
lamp chimney
lamba şişesi
lamp holder
lamba duyu
lamp hole
lamba deliği
lamp post
çıngı direği
lamp shade
abajur
lamp socket
ampul duyu
lamp wax
parafin mumu
lamp post
lamba direği
lamp shop
lamba dükkanı
lamp socket
lamba soketine
lamp stand
Genellikle dekoratif amaçlı kullanılan, masa üstüne ya da yere konulabilen, lamba altlığı
lamp around
(Fiili Deyim ) etrafa bakınmak , göz gezdirmek
lamp body
lamba gövdesi
lamp codes
lamba kodu
lamp collar
(Aydınlatma) lamba bileziği
lamp collar
(Aydınlatma) lamba halkası
lamp cord
lamba kordonu
lamp cover
lamba kapağı
lamp hole
lağım lamba deliği
lamp insert
lamba takma
lamp plate
lamba plakası
lamp pole
lamba direği
lamp room
(Askeri) fenerlik
lamp shade holder
(Tekstil) abajur kolu
lamp shroud
lamba davlumbazı
lamp sleeve
lamba manşonu
lamp switch
lamba kontağı
lamp unit
far tası
lamp, oil
yağ lambası
lava lamp
lav lambası
landing lamp
(Havacılık) iniş farı
fluorescent lamp
akarışıl lamba
position lamp
Araç park lambası
black lamp
is
bracket lamp
aplik
bracket lamp
duvar lambası
caution lamp
ikaz lambası
circuit lamp
lamba devresi
circuit lamp
elektrik ampullerinin devresi
circuit lamp
ışık devresi
circuit lamp
aydınlatma devresi
exciter lamp
eksitasyon lambası
flood lamp
(Coğrafya) ışıldak
flood lamp
(Coğrafya) projektör
floor lamp
(Aydınlatma) ayaklı ışıklık
floor lamp
abajur

Tom Layla'ya bir abajur ile vurdu. - Sami hit Layla with a floor lamp.

incandescent lamp
elektrik lambası
incandescent lamp
(Aydınlatma,Elektrik, Elektronik) akkor lamba
incandescent lamp
ampul
incandescent lamp
(Tiyatro) akkor ışıldak
inspection lamp
muayene lambası
inspection lamp
kontrol lambası
interior lamp
iç lamba
interior lamp switches
(Otomotiv) iç lamba anahtarları
malfunction indicator lamp
(Otomotiv) arıza lambası
mount kit front fog lamp
montaj kiti ön sis lambası
mount kit spot lamp
montaj kiti spot lambası
projector lamp
(Aydınlatma,Sinema) projektör lambası
reference lamp
(Aydınlatma) referans lambası
side lamp
yan sinyal
side lamp
(Otomotiv) yan lamba
sign lamp
işaret lambası
signal lamp
(Askeri) işaret feneri
signal lamp
(Otomotiv) sinyal lambası
standard lamp
(Aydınlatma) ayaklı ışıklık
strip lamp
(Aydınlatma) tungsten şeritli lamba
swing lamp
(Mimarlık) asma lamba
table lamp
(Aydınlatma) masa ışıklığı
trip lamp
(Aydınlatma) katar ardı ışıklık
trouble lamp
(Aydınlatma) el lambası
trunk lamp
arka bagaj lambası
tungsten halogen lamp
(Aydınlatma) halojen akkor lamba
vacuum lamp
(Aydınlatma) boşluklu lamba
warning lamp
ikaz lambası
warning lamp
uyarı lambası
wide beam lamp
geniş huzmeli far
acetylene lamp
asetilen lambası
arc lamp
ark lambası
backup lamp
geri gidiş lambası
battery charger lamp
redresör lambası
blinker lamp
imdat sinyali lambası
brake stop lamp
fren stop lambası
carbon arc lamp
karbon elektrik ark lambası
carbon lamp
ark lambası
charge control lamp
şarj kontrol lambası
cockpit lamp
kokpit lambası
cold start lamp
soğuk başlamalı lamba
davy lamp
madenci feneri
davy lamp
madenci lambası
daylight lamp
günışığı lambası
diode lamp
diyot lambası
discharge lamp
boşalmalı lamba
double filament lamp
çift filamanlı lamba
electric lamp
çıngı lambası
electric lamp
elektrik lambası
erase lamp
silme lambası
fender lamp
çamurluk lambası
flame-lamp
alev lambası
flame-lamp
ark lambası
flash lamp
flaş lambası
flash lamp
cep feneri
flash lamp
el feneri
flood lamp
pröjektör
floor lamp
ayaklı lamba
flourescent lamp
floresan lambası
fluorescent lamp
flüorışıl lamba
fluorescent lamp
flüoresan lamba
fog lamp
sis lambası
frosted lamp
buzlu lamba
gas lamp
gas lambası
gas-filled lamp
gazlı lamba
glow lamp
neon lambası
glow lamp
akkor lambası
helium filled lamp
helyum lambası
hurricane lamp
gemici feneri
hurricane lamp
rüzgâr feneri
incandescent lamp
çıngı ampulü
incandescent lamp
akkor lambası
indicating lamp
işaret lambası
indicating lamp
gösterge ışığı
indicator lamp
gösterge lambası
instrument panel lamp
alet tablosu lambası
kerosene lamp
gaz lambası
license plate lamp
plaka aydınlatma lambası
low voltage lamp
alçak voltajlı lamba
magnesium lamp
magnezyum lambası
mercury discharge lamp
cıva buharlı lamba
mercury vapour lamp
cıva buharlı ocak
miner's lamp
madenci lambası
neon glow lamp
neon lambası
neon lamp
neon lambası
oil lamp
yağ lambası
oil lamp
kandil
opal lamp
opal lamba
panel lamp
panel lambası
pilot lamp
kontrol lambası
pilot lamp
pilot lamba
pocket lamp
yancık lambası
projection lamp
projeksiyon lambası
projector lamp
projeksiyon lambası
quartz lamp
kuvars lambası
rear fog lamp
arka sis lambası
safety lamp
emniyet lambası
safety lamp
güvenlik ışıtacı
spirit lamp
kamineto
spirit lamp
ispirto ocağı
spot lamp
spotlu lamba
spot lamp
efekt lambası
stop lamp
stop lambası
swivel lamp
döner lamba
tail lamp
arka lambası
tungsten lamp
tungsten lambası
ultraviolet lamp
ültraviyole lambası
vapour lamp
buhar lambası
adverse weather lamp
sis lambası
argand lamp
Argand lamba
brake lamp
fren stop lambası, fren lambası
dashboard lamp
tablo lambası, gösterge lambası
decorative lamp
dekoratif lamba
desk lamp
masa lambası
dipping lamp
12V uzun far lambası
electric discharge lamp
elektrik deşarj lambası
exciter lamp
eksitasyon lambası, uyarıcı lamba
filament lamp
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Filamanlı lamba
floor lamp
ayaklı lâmba
fluorescent tube/lamp
floresan tüp / lamp
halogen lamp
Halojen lamba
magic lamp
sihirli lambası
mine lamp
Mayın lamba
optical sound lamp
optik ses lambası, eksitasyon lambası, uyarıcı lamba
reflector lamp
reflektör lamba, yansıtıcı lamba
safety lamp
madenci feneri
serial lamp
seri lamba
slit lamp
(Tıp, İlaç) yarıklı lamba (göz doktorları tarafından kullanılan muayene aracı)
small lamp
küçük lamba
spot lamp
spotlu lamba, efekt lambası, toplayıcı ışıldak
street lamp
Sokak lambası
table lamp
masa lambası

Tom masa lambasını yaktı. - Tom turned on the table lamp.

tanning lamp
bronzlaştırıcı ışık
telltale lamp
sahte lamba
ultraviolet lamp
ultraviyole lambası
wall lamp
duvar lambası
wall lamp
Aplik, duvar şamdanı, duvar lambası
xenon lamp
ksenon lambası
zirconium lamp
zirkonyum tüpü
LAMPS
(Askeri) Hafif Hava İndirme Çok Amaçlı Sistemi (Helikopter) (Light Airborne Multipurpose System (helicopter))
a lamp
lamba şişesi chimney of
a lamp
lamba karpuzu globe of
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A piece of furniture holding one or more electric light sockets
A device containing oil, burnt through a wick for illumination
to hang out or chill; to do nothing in particular
to hit, clout, belt, wallop
A device that generates heat, light or other radiation
to hunt at night using a lamp; see lamping
{n} a vessel, a light made of oil or spirits
A general term used to describe the various kinds of artificial light sources used in photography
- The bulb
A lamp is an electrical device which produces a special type of light or heat, used especially in medical or beauty treatment. a sun lamp. the use of infra-red lamps. electric discharge lamp vapor lamp fluorescent lamp halogen lamp tungsten halogen lamp incandescent lamp
an artificial source of visible illumination
manufactured light source; the 3 broad categores of electric lamps are incandescent, fluorescent, and high intensity discharge (HID)
A light-producing vessel, instrument or apparatus; especially, a vessel with a wick used for the combustion of oil or other inflammable liquid, for the purpose of producing artificial light
A radiant light source that emits light
Acronym for Long-Term Autonomous Microstructure Profiler, an instrument designed to autonomously collect microstructure profiles over deployments of several months duration It consists of an autonomously profiling ALACE float outfitted with two microtemperature probes and a hard disk for data recording The prototype was deployed in the eastern subtropical North Atlantic in the area of the NATRE study See Sherman and Davis (1995)
An electrically energized source of light, commonly called a bulb or tube
The term used to refer the complete light source package including the inner parts as well as the outer bulb or tube “Lamp”, of course is also commonly used to refer to a type of small light fixtures such as a table lamp
{i} device which is a source of artificial light; device which emits heat; someone or something which is a source of inspiration
A glass or quartz envelope that contains filaments of electrodes
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an artificial source of visible illumination a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs
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A lamp is a light that works by using electricity or by burning oil or gas. She switched on the bedside lamp In the evenings we eat by the light of an oil lamp
[From Greek 'lampas', extant in Romance (Latin, Italian), Germanic (English, German, Dutch) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial) ] lamp -- an artificial source of visible illumination
is a manufactured light producing light source
A Lamp can be visualized as the object in which the djinn lives and through which it interacts with the outside world in an organized, regular fashion For example, when one djinn (call it A) wishes to call another djinn (B) into existence so that they can work together on a problem, it invokes that djinn with what is called the ``summon'' operations That is, A summons B via A's lamp object The lamp also lets A request ``services'' from B and ``dispell'' B when B is no longer useful to A
An artificial light source - a light bulb or tube
a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs
For definition purposes, a lighting artifact intended for use INDOORS Can be fixed or portable; of any "fuel" source ("gas", liquid fuel, electricity, chemical reaction )
The electric cap lamp worn for visibility Also, the flame safety lamp used in coal mines to detect methane gas concentrations and oxygen deficiency
The lighting apparatus inside a lens
A lamp is a light emitting device permanently attached to the vehicle and energized by the tractor electrical system
A thin plate or lamina
a light source
-A complete light source unit, usually consisting of a light generating element (arc tube or filament), support hardware, enclosing envelope and base
Figuratively, anything which enlightens intellectually or morally; anything regarded metaphorically a performing the uses of a lamp
A device that gives out light when an electric current passes through it
The term used to refer to the complete light source package including the inner parts as well as the outer bulb or tube "Lamp", of course, is also commonly used to refer to a type of small light fixtures such as a table lamp
To smell of the lamp To bear the marks of great study, but not enough laboured to conceal the marks of labour The phrase was first applied to the orations of Demosthenes, written by lamp-light with enormous care
What the lighting industry technically calls a light bulb A glass envelope with gas, coating, or filament that glows when electricity is applied
See Incandescent lamp, under Incandescent
n lampu
A device or mechanism for producing light by electricity
lamp bulb
Light bulb
lamp bulbs
plural form of lamp bulb
lamp room
A room at the top of a lighthouse in which the signal light is housed
lamp stand
A heavy, often decorative, base for an electric light which stands on a table or the floor
lamp chimney
a glass flue surrounding the wick of an oil lamp
lamp house
housing that holds a lamp (as in a movie projector)
lamp shade
a protective ornamental shade used to screen a light bulb from direct view
lamp-post
A lamp-post is a tall metal or concrete pole that is fixed beside a road and has a light at the top
lava lamp
A kind of lamp typically used more for decoration than illumination, in which the gentle flow of randomly-shaped clumps of wax purportedly suggests the flowing of lava
Lady of the Lamp
Nightingale, Florence
lava lamp
a lamp that has a coloured liquid substance inside it that moves up and down
lava lamp
lamp that was popular in the 1960s, lamp that contains colored oil that rises and falls as it is heated creating various shapes
Davy lamp
A miners’ lamp or safety lamp used in coal mines to warn against methane (firedamp)
Nernst lamp
A type of incandescent lamp using a ceramic rod, used as a source of infrared radiation

Chick Counterfly had already brought out of its storage locker a peculiar-looking optical contraption of prisms, lenses, Nernst lamps, and adjustment screws, into an appropriate receptacle of which he now carefully placed the pearl.

arc lamp
An electric arc arranged so as to produce useful light
banker lamp
Alternative form of banker's lamp
banker's lamp
A distinctive type of desk lamp, usually with a solid ornate base and a single stem leading to a horizontal (usually green) cover
blackout lamp
A hand-held lamp that has sliding or rotating doors to adjust the amount of light emitted
butter lamp
A conspicuous feature of Tibetan Buddhist temples and monasteries throughout the Himalayas. The lamps traditionally burn clarified yak butter, but now often use vegetable oil
carbide lamp
Simple lamps that produce and burn acetylene (C2H2) which is created by the reaction of calcium carbide (CaC2) with water
coach lamp
A lamp fixed to, or carried on a stagecoach
compact fluorescent lamp
A type of fluorescent lamp
fluorescent lamp
a gas-discharge lamp that uses fluorescence to produce visible light
foc's'le lamp
A forecastle lamp
fog lamp
A bright red lamp (normally one of a pair) at the rear of a motor car that can be switched on during foggy weather so as to avoid collisions from cars approaching from behind
forecastle lamp
A lamp, hung in the forecastle of a ship to allow sailors to work and relax after dark
halogen lamp
An incandescent lamp containing a small quantity of halogen (usually bromine) to reduce deposition on the glass
hydrogen lamp
a glass apparatus in which hydrogen, generated from zinc and sulphuric acid, is burnt; used primarily as a demonstration (invented by Alessandro Volta)
incandescent lamp
a lamp that creates radiant energy when its metallic filament is heated by an electric current
infrared lamp
An incandescent lamp designed to produce radiant thermal energy in the infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum
lamps
A slang term for obesity
lamps
plural form of lamp
magnesium lamp
A lamp, containing a coil of magnesium ribbon fed into a burner by clockwork, that produced an intense light
mercury-vapor lamp
alternative spelling of mercury-vapour lamp
mercury-vapour lamp
a gaseous discharge lamp in which the arc discharge takes place in mercury vapour; used for highway illumination and as an industrial source of ultraviolet radiation
metal halide lamp
A high-pressure discharge lamp that is enclosed in a quartz envelope containing metal halides (usually iodides), and produces high-efficacy white light
neon glow lamp
a small, low-wattage lamp used as an indicator or nightlight; typically consists of a pair of electrodes sealed in a bulb containing neon at low pressure
neon lamp
a small gas discharge lamp containing neon gas, sometimes with other noble gases to add colour
oil lamp
a simple vessel used to produce light continuously for a period of time from a liquid fuel source
plasma lamp
A clear glass orb, filled with a mixture of various gases at low pressure, and driven by high frequency alternating current at high voltage
quartz halogen lamp
an incandescent light bulb in which the envelope is made of quartz instead of glass, and the filament is surrounded by an atmosphere of a halogen gas, usually iodine
safety lamp
A miner's lamp designed to avoid explosion by enclosing the flame in fine wire gauze
sodium lamp
a sodium vapor lamp
sodium vapor lamp
a street lamp in which electricity is passed through sodium vapour to emit a yellow light
sodium vapour lamp
alternative spelling of sodium vapor lamp
spirit lamp
A lamp that burns a volatile liquid fuel such as alcohol, ethanol or denatured alcohol

By way of armoury and utensils, I took a revolver, a little spirit-lamp and pan, a lantern and some halfpenny candles, a jack-knife and a large leather flask.

standard lamp
A lamp supported by a tall vertical pole in order that light comes from above those seated in the vicinity
table lamp
a lamp designed to be used on tables
xenon flash lamp
A lamp that produces a very short, but very intense, flash of white light; used in photography and in photocoagulation
Wood's lamp
(Tıp, İlaç) A Wood's lamp is a diagnostic tool used in dermatology by which ultraviolet light is shone (at a wavelength of approximately 365 nanometers) onto the skin of the patient; a technician then observes any subsequent fluorescence. For example, porphyrins — associated with some skin diseases — will fluoresce pink
halogen lamp
A halogen lamp also called tungsten-halogen lamp, the quartz-halogen lamp or the quartz-iodine lamp is an incandescent lamp wherein a tungsten filament is sealed into a small transparent envelope filled with a halogen gas such as iodine or bromine. The halogen lamp can operate its filament at a higher temperature than in a standard vacuum or inert-gas filled lamp, without loss of operating life. This gives it a slightly higher efficiency than standard incandescent lamps
quartz-halogen lamp
A quartz halogen lamp also called tungsten-halogen lamp, the halogen lamp or the quartz-iodine lamp is an incandescent lamp wherein a tungsten filament is sealed into a small transparent envelope filled with a halogen gas such as iodine or bromine. The halogen lamp can operate its filament at a higher temperature than in a standard vacuum or inert-gas filled lamp, without loss of operating life. This gives it a slightly higher efficiency than standard incandescent lamps
quartz-iodine lamp
A quartz iodine lamp also called tungsten-halogen lamp, the halogen lamp or the quartz-halogen lamp is an incandescent lamp wherein a tungsten filament is sealed into a small transparent envelope filled with a halogen gas such as iodine or bromine. The halogen lamp can operate its filament at a higher temperature than in a standard vacuum or inert-gas filled lamp, without loss of operating life. This gives it a slightly higher efficiency than standard incandescent lamps
tungsten halogen lamp
A tungsten halogen lamp also called halogen lamp, the quartz-halogen lamp or the quartz-iodine lamp is an incandescent lamp wherein a tungsten filament is sealed into a small transparent envelope filled with a halogen gas such as iodine or bromine. The halogen lamp can operate its filament at a higher temperature than in a standard vacuum or inert-gas filled lamp, without loss of operating life. This gives it a slightly higher efficiency than standard incandescent lamps
A lamp
lucern
lamps
Oil lamps were extensively used for lighting the microscopic subject, either directly or via the mirror The light source is quite powerful, even when compared to modern electric lamps Because the color temperature of lamp light is quite warm in color, a blue glass flue or filter was employed to shift the color toward daylight
lamps
plural of lamp
lamps
The seven lamps of sleep In the mansion of the Knight of the Black Castle were seven lamps, which could be quenched only with water from an enchanted fountain So long as these lamps kept burning, everyone within the room fell into a deep sleep, from which nothing could rouse them till the lamps were extinguished (See Rosana ) (The Seven Champions of Christendom, ii 8 ) Sepulchral lamps The Romans are said to have preserved lamps in some of their sepulchres for centuries In the papacy of Paul III one of these lamps was found in the tomb of Tullia (Cicero's daughter), which had been shut up for 1,550 years At the dissolution of the monasteries a lamp was found which is said to have been burning 1,200 years Two are preserved in Leyden museum
lamps
Lamp Shades Lighted Wreath
lamps
as described in WAC 173-303-573(5)
lamp

    Türkische aussprache

    lämp

    Aussprache

    /ˈlamp/ /ˈlæmp/

    Etymologie

    [ lamp ] (noun.) 13th century. Part or all of this page has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing. From French lampe, from Latin lampas, from Ancient Greek λαμπάς (lampas, “torch”).

    Tempora

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