molder

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Englisch - Türkisch
çürü
{i} şekillendirici
{f} çürütmek
{i} kalıpçı
{i} biçimlendirici
{i} dökmeci
{f} çürümek
(Mukavele) kalıpçı, dökmeci; şekil veren kimse
{f} dökülmek
mold
küf

Tom'un küfe alerjisi var. - Tom is allergic to mold.

Ekmek küflüydü, ama Tom yine de onu yedi. - The bread was moldy, but Tom ate it anyway.

mold
kalıba dökmek
mold
şekil
mold
kalıp

Bir insan, bir kalıp içinde yapılamaz. - A man cannot be made in a mold.

mold
{f} küflendirmek
mold
biçimlendirmek
mold
{f} küflenmek
mold
şekil vermek
mold
{i} yapı

Bir insan, bir kalıp içinde yapılamaz. - A man cannot be made in a mold.

mold
{i} yaradılış
mold
bahçe toprağı
mold
(Mekanik) döküm kalıbı

Döküm kalıbından temiz geldi. - The casting came cleanly out of its mold.

mold
şablon
mold
hazır kalıp
mold
prekast yapım kalıbı
mold
(İnşaat) numune kalıbı
mold
kalıp yapmak
mold
(Aİ) bkz.mould
mold
{f} kalıpla
mold
(Mekanik) kalıp dökme
mouldered
çürümüş
moulders
freze
mold
üste oturmak
mold
(Tıp) Mantarın herhangi bir yüzey üzerinde meydana getirdiği küf tabakası
mold
humuslu toprak
mold
gübreli toprak
mold
mold pub
mold
küf bağlamış
mold
küflülük
mold
küf bağlamak
mold
ayırt edici özellik
mold
moldyküflü
mold
mould bahçivan toprağı
mold
moldinessküf
mold
(Tıp) Kalıp, herhagni bir oluşumun balmumu veya alçı yardımıyla çıkarılan şekli
mold
(Tıp) Kalıba girmek, biçim almak
mold
molderkalıpçı
mold
f küflendirmek
mold
(Tıp) iplikçik halinde yapı gösteren herhangi bir mantar, fungus
moulder
çürümek
moulder
dökmeci
moulder
dökülmek
moulder
şekillendirici
moulder
biçimlendirici
moulder
çürütmek
moulder
çürü
moulder
kalıpçı
Englisch - Englisch
A machine for making molding
A tool for making molds
To decay to dust, to disintegrate from rot

The old book was left to molder until only the cover was left to show it had ever been written.

A person who makes molds
{v} to decay, perish, turn to dust
{n} he who gives shape
To turn to dust; to cause to crumble; to cause to waste away
{i} one who shapes, one who molds, something which gives form (also moulder)
One who, or that which, molds or forms into shape; specifically (Founding), one skilled in the art of making molds for castings
the American spelling of moulder (Probably from mold (11-21 centuries), from molde; influenced by MOLD1)
{f} decay, fall apart with age, crumble; cause to molder (also moulder)
To crumble into small particles; to turn to dust by natural decay; to lose form, or waste away, by a gradual separation of the component particles, without the presence of water; to crumble away
break down; "The bodies decomposed in the heat"
mold
To make a mold of or from (molten metal, for example) before casting
mold
Distinctive character or type

a leader in the mold of her predecessors.

mold
To fit closely by following the contours of
mold
To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence; as, a teacher who helps to mold the minds of his students
mold
A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.W
mold
Loose friable soil, rich in humus and fit for planting
mold
The shape or pattern of a mold
mold
A natural substance in the form of a woolly or furry growth of tiny fungi that appears when organic material lies for a long time exposed to (usually warm and moist) air
mold
General shape or form

the oval mold of her face.

mold
To shape in or on a mold
moulder
A machine used for moulding
moulder
A person who moulds dough into loaves
moulder
Anyone who moulds or shapes things
mold
{v} to model, shape, knead, contract mold
mold
{n} a white downy substance contracted in moist places which the microscope show to be vegetable, also fine earth, a form or hallow to give shape
moulder
{v} to turn to dust, perish in dust, waste
moulder
{n} one who molds, one who forms
mold
Consists of an inner core of brick and clay, over which is placed an outer form called the cope Molten metal-usually bronze-is poured in to fill the space between core and cope
mold
The matrix, or cavity, in which anything is shaped, and from which it takes its form; also, the body or mass containing the cavity; as, a sand mold; a jelly mold
mold
To be shaped in or as if in a mold
mold
A hollow reinforced cavity that is the mirror-image or reverse-image of the boat and into which fiberglass, gel coat and resin are laid during composite-hull construction
mold
see mould. the American spelling of mould. Town (pop., 1995 est.: 9,000), historic and present county of Flintshire, northeastern Wales. Situated between the industrial centres of Deeside and Wrexham, it grew up around a motte-and-bailey castle built by the Normans in the 12th century. In the area native Briton Christians had defeated the pagan Picts and Scots in a battle waged in AD 430. Long a market hub, it is the administrative centre and historic county seat of Flintshire. In biology, a conspicuous mass of mycelium and fruiting structures produced by various fungi (division Mycota; see fungus). Molds of the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Rhizopus are associated with food spoilage and plant diseases, but some have beneficial uses, as in the manufacture of antibiotics (e.g., penicillin) and certain cheeses. Neurospora, or orange bread mold, has been invaluable in the study of biochemical genetics. Water molds live in fresh or brackish water or wet soils, absorbing dead or decaying organic matter. See also slime mold. In manufacturing, a cavity or surface in which a fluid or plastic substance is shaped into a desired finished product. A molten substance, such as metal or plastic, is poured or forced into a mold and allowed to harden. Molds are made of various materials, depending on the application; sand is frequently used for metal casting, hardened steel for molds for plastic materials, and plaster for various purposes. See also ingot, patternmaking, tool and die making
mold
earth containing the remains or constituents of organic matter, and suited to the growth of plants; soil
mold
A fungus that can grow in food It often shows up as a furry growth on food
mold
Crumbling, soft, friable earth; esp
mold
the process of becoming mildewed
mold
That on which, or in accordance with which, anything is modeled or formed; anything which serves to regulate the size, form, etc
mold
{f} fashion, shape; shape or form in a mold; become moldy, mildew; determine the nature of; ornament with molding, trim with edging; influence the character of (also mould)
mold
Any form made of a refractory material in which glass can be shaped by slumping into or over
mold
Earthy material; the matter of which anything is formed; composing substance; material
mold
A form, usually made of clay, metal, or wood, that is used for shaping glass
mold
- The combination of mold frame and tooling components needed to form a closure
mold
Parasitic, microscopic fungi that float in the air like pollen Mold is a common trigger for allergies and can be found in damp areas, such as basements or bathrooms, as well as in grass, leaf piles, hay, mulch, or under mushrooms
mold
fit tightly, follow the contours of; "The dress molds her beautiful figure
mold
A frame with a wire cloth bottom, on which the pump is drained to form a sheet, in making paper by hand
mold
form by pouring (e g , wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold; "cast a bronze sculpture"
mold
A fontanel
mold
as the pattern or templet used by a shipbuilder, carpenter, or mason
mold
A growth of minute fungi of various kinds, esp
mold
a common name for fungi that grow in a filamentous fashion and reproduce by means of spores; all molds are fungi, but not all fungi are considered 'molds'
mold
A series of machined steel plates containing cavities into which plastic resin is injected to form a part
mold
Molds are a group of organisms that belong to the kingdom Fungi In this document, the terms fungi and mold are used interchangeably There are over 20,000 species of mold
mold
The cavity or matrix into which the plastic composition is placed and from which it takes its form
mold
fit tightly, follow the contours of; "The dress molds her beautiful figure"
mold
A fungus growth on lumber or other wood products at or near the surface and, therefore, not typically resulting in deep discoloration’s They are usually ash green to deep green in color, although black is common
mold
those of the great groups Hyphomycetes, and Physomycetes, forming on damp or decaying organic matter
mold
a hollow container that is made in a particular shape and used to form things
mold
A form, normally made of wood or metal, used for shaping and/or decorating molten glass Some molds e g , dip molds impart a pattern to the parison, which is then withdrawn, and blown and tooled to the desired shape and size; other molds are used to give the object its final form, with or without decoration
mold
form in clay, wax, etc; "model a head with clay"
mold
Something that is made in or shaped on a mold
mold
To knead; as, to mold dough or bread
mold
A group of moldings; as, the arch mold of a porch or doorway; the pier mold of a Gothic pier, meaning the whole profile, section, or combination of parts
mold
– A potentially damaging fungus that forms on a cigar when it is stored at too high a temperature
mold
a microscopic fungus that grows and lives on plant or animal matter or on non-organic objects Most molds are made up of filaments and reproduce through the production of spores, which spread by air, water, or insects
mold
A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.[W]
mold
To form into a particular shape; to give shape to
mold
To form a mold of, as in sand, in which a casting may be made
mold
A spot; a blemish; a mole
mold
To ornament with moldings
mold
A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped
mold
sculpture produced by molding
mold
container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens sculpture produced by molding a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter loose soil rich in organic matter become moldy; spoil due to humidity; "The furniture molded in the old house"
mold
To cause to become moldy; to cause mold to grow upon
mold
become moldy; spoil due to humidity; "The furniture molded in the old house"
mold
The basic instrument of paper-making Consisting of a frame of wood or other material covered with a cloth, polyester, or metal screen and wire, the mold is dipped into a vat containing a pulp and water mixture It is then raised from the liquid As water drains through the mold, a layer of fibers collects on the surface which, when dried, becomes paper
mold
{i} loose rich soil (also mould)
mold
loose soil rich in organic matter
mold
Usually a multi-piece rubber and plaster set which preserves a negative impression of a specimen which can be filled with a casting compound to produce a specimen replica Can be a single piece of rubber to dozens of rubber and plaster pieces
mold
Any of a large group of fungi that cause mold or moldiness and that exist as multicellular filamentous colonies; also the deposit or growth caused by such fungi Molds typically do not produce macroscopic fruiting bodies (See 556)
mold
To form into a particular shape; to shape; to model; to fashion
mold
container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens
mold
A filamentous fungus
mold
To cover with mold or soil
mold
the blocks containing the cavity, runners and sprue
mold
A type of fungus
mold
shape or influence; give direction to; "experience often determines ability"; "mold public opinion"
mold
To ornament by molding or carving the material of; as, a molded window jamb
mold
the distinctive form in which a thing is made; "pottery of this cast was found throughout the region"
mold
To become moldy; to be covered or filled, in whole or in part, with a mold
mold
A fixed or restrictive pattern or form
mold
a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter
mold
- A cavity in which a substance is shaped A fossil used to create a replica, or cast
mold
{i} pattern or form for giving a particular shape; something that has been molded; nature, character; decorative edging, patterned rim; fungal growth (also mould)
mold
a reproduction taken from the original sculpture and used to create replicas Typically made of silicon A production mold is used to make a number of lighthouse castings before requiring replacement
mold
Cast; form; shape; character
mold
a fungus; molds are plants that make spores instead of seeds which float in the air like pollen They are a common trigger for allergies Molds are found in damp areas, such as the basement or bathroom, as well as in the outdoor environment in grass, leaf piles, hay, and mulch
mold
make something, usually for a specific function; "She molded the riceballs carefully"; "Form cylinders from the dough"; "shape a figure"; "Work the metal into a sword"
moldered
slowly broken down or crumbled into dust; "layers of moldered leaves
moldered
past of molder
moldering
{s} rotting, becoming rotten
moldering
present participle of molder
molders
third-person singular of molder
molders
plural of molder
moulder
See Mold, Molder, Moldy, etc
moulder
break down; "The bodies decomposed in the heat"
moulder
To crumble into small particles; to turn to dust by natural decay; to lose form, or waste away, by a gradual separation of the component particles, without the presence of water; to crumble away
moulder
To decay or rot
moulder
One who, or that which, molds or forms into shape; specifically (Founding), one skilled in the art of making molds for castings
moulder
mould·er moulders mouldering mouldered in AM, use molder If something is mouldering, it is decaying slowly where it has been left. one of your scripts that's been mouldering under the bed for ages It is clear that such ideas will be left to moulder. the empty, mouldering old house. to decay gradually
moulder
To turn to dust; to cause to crumble; to cause to waste away
mouldered
past of moulder
mouldering
present participle of moulder
moulders
third-person singular of moulder
molder
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