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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} ağız
(Tıp) Delik, ağız, orificium (ostium)
(Tıp) açıklık
ölçme deliği
dar kanal
(Nükleer Bilimler) kılcal delik
(Tekstil) açıklık ( aralık-ara )
(isim) ağız
orifice nozzle
delikli enjektör
orifice plate
orifis plaka
orifice control valve spring
(Otomotiv) orfis kontrol valfi yayı
orifice gate
orifis kapağı
orifice pipe
delikli plaka boru
orifice pipe
delik boru
orifice pipe
orifis boru
orifice plate
delikli plaka
orifice plate
ölçme deliği plakası
orifice sleeve
kelebek manşonu
orifice trap
orifisli kapan
açık kadro
(Bilgisayar) açılan dosya
(Dilbilim) genişleme
(Mimarlık) açım
(Ticaret) münhal kadro
oesophageal orifice
oesophageal orifice
yemek borusu ağzı
başlangıçta/açılışta yer alan
cardiac orifice
(Tıp, İlaç) Yemek borusunun mideye açılan ağız kısmı
equivalent orifice
eşdeğer açıklık
oesophageal orifice
yemek borusu ağzı, yutak
annular orifice
halkasal oritis
constant bleed orifice
(İnşaat) sabit akış ağzı
dual orifice atomizer
(Havacılık) çift orifisli atomizor
equivalent orifice
(Madencilik) muadil açıklık
horizontal orifice
yatay orifis
jet orifice
(Tekstil) püskürtme memesi
measuring orifice
ölçü deliği
{i} açılış: opening day açılış günü
{i} kadro açığı
{i} açık yer
{f} aç: prep.açarak
{i} açma; açılma
{i} (kadroda) boşalan yer
{i} eleman açığı
{f} aç: prep.açar
{i} açılma

Ülkenin açılmasının Japon medeniyeti üzerinde büyük bir etkisi oldu. - The opening of the country had a great influence on Japanese civilization.

Kedi kafeler tüm dünyada açılmaya başladı. - Cat cafés have started opening up all over the world.

satrançta açış
submerged orifice
sualtı ağız
submerged orifice
batık orifis
submerged orifice
batık ağız
suppressed orifice
büzülmesiz orifis
throttling orifice
(Otomotiv) kısıcı orifis
Englisch - Englisch
A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening; as

the orifice of a wound.

{n} an opening, perforation, mouth
{i} opening, aperture, hole into a passage (especially in the body, i.e. mouth, nostril, etc.)
an aperture or hole opening into a bodily cavity; "the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart"
A hole in a fluid or gas flow system Usually the main restriction point used to control or limit the volume of a substance over a period of time
an opening; as, the orifice of an artery or vein; the orifice of a wound
A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc
(noun) A hole or aperture without appreciable length (depth) In most cases the technically correct term for the hole employed in ink jet printing systems (see NOZZLE)
As used in water studies, an opening with a closed perimeter; is usually sharp edged, and of regular form in a plate, wall, or partition through which water may flow An orifice is used for the measurement or control of water
opening in the end of the spindle shaft, through which the spun yarn passes
opening having a closed perimeter through which a fluid may discharge It may be open to the atmosphere, or it may be partially or completely submerged in the discharged fluid
An opening in a plug, fitment, or dispensing cap through which the product is dispensed
An orifice is an opening or hole, especially one in your body such as your mouth. After a massive heart attack, he was strapped to a bed, with tubes in every orifice
The opening in the extruder die
The opening of the ink jet print head where ink shoots onto the substrate Printheads contain a multiple of these openings and are arranged to give a set area of coverage as the print head moves along the print cycle This is where the meniscus is located
A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening; as, the orifice of an artery or vein; the orifice of a wound
Simulation of restrictions (impedance) in a cleaner system
A hole, generally round, in a plate, pipe or hollow body, designed to control or measure the flow of a fluid
an opening in a wall or plate
An opening such as a hole or vent An opening through which air can pass, or a restricted opening placed in a pipe line to provide a means of controlling or measuring flow (099)
A dispensing closure or fitment opening through which the product is dispensed
The small burner part assembly (a gauged hole fitting) that must be changed out to accommodate either L P or natural gas
an aperture or hole opening into a bodily cavity; "the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart
cardiac orifice
(Tıp, İlaç) The opening of the esophagus into the stomach
aortic orifice
the orifice from the lower left chamber of the heart to the aorta
plural of orifice
urethral orifice
the orifice through which urine is discharged



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈôrəfəs/ /ˈɔːrəfəs/


    [ 'or-&-f&s, 'är- ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin orificium (“an opening, literally the making of a mouth”), compound of os (“mouth”) + facere (“to make”)