phantom

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} hayali
hayalet

Hayalet yavaş yavaş, ciddi, sessizce yaklaştı. - The Phantom slowly, gravely, silently, approached.

{i} organ modeli [tıp.]
{i} fantom
{i} siluet
{i} tayf
{i} hayali görüntü
hayalet gibi
{i} görüntü, aldanış
(Tıp) Organ modelleri, kadın pelvisi modeli ve özellikle doğum ameliyelerini öğrencilere öğretmek için kullanılır, fantom
aslı olmayan bir şeyin gorünmesi
(Nükleer Bilimler) vücut maketi,fantom,görüntü,canlı eşdeğeri model
(Tıp) İnsan bedeni veya bedenin bir kısmının şekli
görümsü
hayal/hayalet
{i} hayal

Hayalet yavaş yavaş, ciddi, sessizce yaklaştı. - The Phantom slowly, gravely, silently, approached.

organ modeli
phantom circuit
(Askeri) fantom devresi
phantom pregnancy
yalancı gebelik
phantom head
(Diş) Fantom kafa; simülasyon kafası; dişhemkimliği eğitiminde öğrencilerin gerçek hasta yerine kullandıkları sümilatif amaçlı yapay kafa, çene ve saireden oluşan insan figürü
phantom limb
fantom
phantom of the opera
opera hayalet
phantom planet
hayalet gezegen
phantom vehicle
phantom araç
phantom aerial
(Elektrik, Elektronik) fantom anten
phantom antenna
fantom anten
phantom channel
fantom kanal
phantom circuit
çifte devre
phantom circuit
(Askeri) FANTOM DEVRESİ: Mevcut iki fiziki devre üzerine yayım bobinleri (mintakile bobinleri) vasıtasıyla bir ek devre koyarak elde edilen telefon veya telgraf devresi
phantom circuit loading coil
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) fantom devre yükleme bobini
phantom extremities
(Tıp) hayali kol bacak
phantom ii
(Askeri) fantom ıı
phantom ii
(Askeri) PHANTOM II: Çift motorlu, süpersonik, çok amaçlı, bütün hava koşullarında uçabilen bir avcı/bombardıman jet uçağı. Karadan ve uçak gemilerinden havalanmakta, ve hem havadan havaya hem de havadan karaya yönelik silahları kullanmaktadır. Phantom, mühim bir hava önleme yakın hava desteği ve donanma savunma uçağıdır. Lazer bombalaması, elektronik bombalaması ve radar bombalaması gibi özel görevler yeknesak, rutin imkan ve kabiliyetler olarak düşünülmektedir. Nükleer ve nükleer olmayan silahları kullanacak kapasitedir. F-4 olarak bilinmektedir. FR-4 foto-keşif tipidir
phantom limb
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hayalet bacak
phantom options
(Ticaret) ikramiye opsiyonları
phantom order
(Askeri) taslak sipariş
phantom order
(Askeri) TASLAK SİPARİŞ: Belirli maddelerin savaş zamanında istihsali için gerekli ön planlamanın barıştan hazırlanması ve esas yetki alınır alınmaz derhal sözleşmenin icrasına geçilmesi hükümlerini ihtiva eder şekilde bir endüstri müessesesi ile yapılan taslak sözleşme
phantom pain
kopmuş yada kesilmiş organda duyulan sancı
phantom pain
hayalet ağrı
phantom word
(Dilbilim) yanıltıcı biçim
double phantom circuit
çift fantom devre
illusive
asılsız
illusive
aldatıcı
illusive
hayal kabilinden
illusive
{s} hayali
illusive
hakikat olmayan
illusive
göz boyayan
illusive
{s} yanıltıcı
illusive
illusoryaldatıcı
Englisch - Englisch
The comic The Phantom, and the character in it by the same name
Nickname of the F-4B jet fighter flown by Marines in Vietnam
An image that appears only in the mind; an illusion
fictitious or nonexistent
illusive
Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or apparition; something elusive or delusive
{i} type of American bomber jet
An anthropogenic object that can be imaged to test the performance of a magnetic resonance imaging system [Chapter 9]
You use phantom to describe something which you think you experience but which is not real. She was always taking days off for what her colleagues considered phantom illnesses. a phantom pregnancy
A phantom is a ghost. They vanished down the stairs like two phantoms
Transparent image or ghost superimposed over a subject
A system is described as a phantom model if self intersection is allowed The opposite is a self avoiding system
something apparently sensed but having no physical reality; "seemed to hear faint phantom bells"; "the amputee's illusion of a phantom limb
Being, or of the nature of, a phantom
Phantom can refer to something that is done by an unknown person, especially something criminal. victims of alleged `phantom' withdrawals from high-street cash machines
Phantom is used to describe business organizations, agreements, or goods which do not really exist, but which someone pretends do exist in order to cheat people. a phantom trading scheme at a Wall Street investment bank
{s} illusory, imaginary, unreal
A phantom is a ghost-like crystal which occurs within another crystal It may be partial or complete It provides an indication of the experiences and transformations which the crystal has encountered during its growth
That which has only an apparent existence; an apparition; a specter; a phantasm; a sprite; an airy spirit; an ideal image
An illustration showing the exterior of an object as if it were transparent, while revealing interior detailing
something existing in perception only; "a ghostly apparition at midnight"
Used of a character or characters which are present in the text but will not normally print The most common example is the phantom hyphen, which will only be invoked and printed if the word needs to be split to justify the line
(Ticaret) An item with an identifying product number that is not normally built and then stocked, but is immediately used in the next stage of production. MRP processing logic will blow through a phantom down to the next level (and not generate planned orders for the phantom) but will net against its on-hand inventory if it does occasionally exist. A phantom bill of material is sometimes used to ease maintenance when a set of parts consumed in production has identical usage across many bills of material
an artificial object of known dimensions and properties used to test aspects of an imaging machine
a ghostly appearing figure; "we were unprepared for the apparition that confronted us"
An apparition or specter Existing only as an energy form
An item with an identifying product number that is not normally built and then stocked, but is immediately used in the next stage of production MRP processing logic will blow through a phantom down to the next level (and not generate planned orders for the phantom) but will net against its on-hand inventory if it does occasionally exist A phantom bill of material is sometimes used to ease maintenance when a set of parts consumed in production has identical usage across many bills of material
(1) (noun) an imaginary pair deemed present to complete a tournament movement
something apparently sensed but having no physical reality; "seemed to hear faint phantom bells"; "the amputee's illusion of a phantom limb"
{i} spirit, ghost, demon; hallucination, illusion, product of the imagination
phantom limb
The false sensation, which is often painful, that an amputated limb is still present and attached
phantom pain
A sensation of pain coming from a part of the body that has been amputated, or in which the nerves have been destroyed
phantom punch
A punch of the fist that is not real, for whatever reason, to which there is a reaction as though it were, such as the final blow, according to ringside spectators who did not see it, in the 1965 rematch between Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston

In only his second defense he took on Mike Tyson and found himself on the losing end of a very questionable first-round knockout. (It seemed he was dropped by a phantom punch.) That was Seldon's last fight.

phantom vehicle
A phantom vehicle is a supposed ghostly or haunted vehicle. No such phenomena have been scientifically verified and no research on this topic appears in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. However, many people find such stories fascinating and they are common in urban legends and entertainment
Phantom Power
Some condenser microphones require a power supply in order to operate If this supply is not from a battery within the microphone body, it is known as a phantom power supply It is usually 48 Volts DC (can be 9 - 52 volts from most mics), and is supplied either by a separate battery pack, or by the sound desk The supply is termed "phantom" because it is "invisibly" carried down the same microphone cable as the sound signals
Phantom Power
Operating voltage supplied to a condenser mic by a mixer or external power source
Phantom Power
Power provided by a mixer or mixing desk for active microphones Back
Phantom Power
A way of sending a voltage, usually 48v DC, to a device such as a microphone down the same cable that carries the audio signal from the device Many sound desks have phantom power facilities built in, or a separate unit can be inserted into the microphone circuit as required
Phantom Power
A specific configuration for remotely powering a microphone containing active circuitry, especially a condenser microphone, by means of its audio cable DC voltage is superimposed upon both conductors of a balanced line with respect to ground such that dynamic and other "non-phantom" microphones are not adversely affected It should not be confused with other methods, especially those often used with wireless transmitters, that do not utilize a balanced line These other techniques are usually referred to simply as "bias voltage "
Phantom Power
A feature of an amplifier, mixer, etc , that sends DC current to the active electronics of a microphone, instrument, or other device
Phantom of the Opera
a book by the French writer Gaston Leroux about a frightening man whose face has been disfigured (=injured in an ugly way) and who wears a mask to hide it. He kidnaps a beautiful opera singer because he loves her. Several films and plays have been based on the story (1910)
phantom circuit
The equivalent of an additional circuit or wire, in reality not existing, obtained by certain arrangements of real circuits, as in some multiplex telegraph systems
phantom limb
the illusion that a limb still exists after it has been amputated
phantom limb pain
Pain or discomfort felt by an amputee in the area of the missing limb
phantom limb pain
pain felt by an amputee that seems to be located in the missing limb
phantom limb syndrome
syndrome consisting of discomfort or pain in a limb that has been amputated
phantom orchid
waxy white nearly leafless plant with stems in clusters and racemes of white flowers; northwestern United States to northern California and east to Idaho
phantom spring
{i} winter or fall weather that is unusually warm causing animals or plants to behave as if spring has arrived
The Phantom Menace
1999 science fiction film directed by George Lucas, fourth movie in the Star Wars series
phantom.
(Ticaret) transient item
phantom.
(Ticaret) pseudo item
phantoms
plural of phantom
the Phantom of the Opera
popular British musical written by Andrew Lloyd Webber
phantom
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