phenomenon

listen to the pronunciation of phenomenon
Englisch - Türkisch
görüngü ve olay
{i} (Felsefe) fenomen, görüngü
(Ticaret) olağan üstü olan şey
olağanüstülük
olay

Şimşek, elektriksel bir olaydır. - Lightning is an electrical phenomenon.

Bir gök kuşağı doğal bir olaydır. - A rainbow is a natural phenomenon.

fenomen

Fenomen modern çağımızın tipik bir örneğidir. - The phenomenon is typical of our modern era.

Parapsikoloji ESP dahil paranormal ve psişik fenomenler hakkında çalışmadır. - Parapsychology is the study of paranormal and psychic phenomenons, including ESP.

görüngü
hadise
olgu

Bu normal bir olgudur. - It's a normal phenomenon.

Bu olguyu açıklamak çok kolay. - This phenomenon is very easy to explain.

olağanüstü kimse/şey/olay
{i} doğal olay

İsveç'te bir yerine üç isme sahip olmak bir çocuk için daha yaygındır, fakat burada, evde, daha sıra dışı bir doğal olaydır. - In Sweden it is more common for a child to have three first names than one, but here, at home, this is a more unusual phenomenon.

{i} olağanüstü şey
olağandışı şey/olgu
(Tıp) (phenomena) olay, hadise, fenomen
{ç} phe.nom.e.na (fînam'ına)
{i} harika
{i} bilince yansıyan olay
{i} algılanabilen şey
fenomene
phenomenon in journalism
gazetecilik fenomeni
physical phenomenon
fiziksel olay
phenomena
(Nükleer Bilimler) olay

Bilimci son bilimsel bilgiler ışığında garip olayları açıkladı. - The scientist explained the strange phenomena in the light of recent scientific knowledge.

Tom normal ötesi olaylara inanıyor. - Tom believes in paranormal phenomena.

phenomena
olağanüstülük
satellite phenomenon
(Biyokimya,Denizbilim) çapraz besleme
atmospheric phenomenon
atmosferik olay
babinski's phenomenon
babinski refleksi
chemical phenomenon
kimyasal olay
geological phenomenon
jeolojik olay
raynaud's phenomenon
raynaud fenomeni
natural phenomenon
doğa harikasıdır
phenomena
Phenomenon kelimesinin çoğul hali; olgular, algılanabilen şeyler, bilince yansıyan olaylar, doğal olaylar, harikalar, olağanüstü şeyler
phenomena
fenomena
transit phenomenon
transit fenomen
Gibbs phenomenon
Gibbs gorungusu
breakoff phenomenon
(Askeri) YALNIZLIK DUYGUSU (HV.): Yüksek irtifa uçuşu sırasında, dünyadan ve insan topluluğundan tamamen kopmuş bulunma duygusunun meydana gelişi
charge exchange phenomenon
yuk alisveris olgusu
crime phenomenon
suç olgusu
deja vu phenomenon
(Tıp) Beynin temporal lobundan kaynaklanan epilepsiler'de ve belirli epileptik durumlarda görülen hatırlama olayı
fatigue phenomenon
yorulma işareti
ground effect phenomenon
(Askeri) YER ETKİSİ OLAYI: Bir aracı yere yakın havada tutmakla beraber serbest hareketine de imkan veren ve yer sürtmesini gidermede faydası dokunan suni bir hava yastığının teşekkülü. Yer etkili makinalar bu olaydan faydalanır
hostile media phenomenon
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) düşman medya olgusu
infant phenomenon
harika çocuk
karst phenomenon
karst olayı
karst phenomenon
karst fenomeni
ladder phenomenon
(Tıp) merdiven olayı
monetary phenomenon
(Ticaret) parasal olay
osmotic phenomenon
osmoz olayı
phenomena
fenomenler
phenomena
olaylar

Tom normal ötesi olaylara inanıyor. - Tom believes in paranormal phenomena.

Bilimci son bilimsel bilgiler ışığında garip olayları açıkladı. - The scientist explained the strange phenomena in the light of recent scientific knowledge.

refus phenomenon
(Tıp) refüz olayı
resonance phenomenon
(Askeri) titreşim olayı
tip of the tongue phenomenon
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dilimin ucunda fenomeni
tip of the tongue phenomenon
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dilimin ucunda olgusu
Englisch - Englisch
Appearance; a perceptible aspect of something that is mutable

I verily believe that in the Moon there are no rains, for if Clouds should gather in any part thereof, as they do about the Earth, they would thereupon hide from our sight some of those things, which we with the Telescope behold in the Moon, and in a word, would some way or other change its Phœnomenon.

An experienced object whose constitution reflects the order and conceptual structure imposed upon it by the human mind (especially by the powers of perception and understanding)

The Kantian phenomenon is the real as we are compelled to think it.

A wonderful or very remarkable person or thing

But, all the same, you're a phenomenon, and as queer a phenomenon as you are a blackguard.

An observable fact or occurrence or a kind of observable fact or occurrence

Hurricanes are a meteorological phenomenon.

A fact or event considered very unusual, curious, or astonishing by those who witness it

The phenomenon of a huge blazing fire, upon the opposite bank of the glen, again presented itself to the eye of the watchman. . . . He resolved to examine more nearly the object of his wonder.

any unusual occurrence
a fact, condition, or happening that can be described and measured in a scientific way
any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning a remarkable development
{n} any appearance, a singular event or sight
The existential reality of "something"; not "nothing"
an observable fact or event
a fact, occurrence or circumstance Route 10, George Washington National Forest, and Chesterfield County are all phenomena
A phenomenon is something that is observed to happen or exist. scientific explanations of natural phenomena
(plural, phenomena) means simply what has appeared (Greek, phainomai, to appear) It is used in science to express the visible result of an experiment In popular language it means a prodigy (Greek, phainomenon )
A fact or event of scientific interest that could have a scientific description and explanation
An electrical discharge accompanied by ionization of surrounding atmosphere
A phenomenon consists of one or more cooperating shaders or shader trees (actually, shader DAGs; a DAG is a directed acyclic graph) A phenomenon consists of an interface node that looks exactly like a regular shader to the outside world, and in fact may be a regular shader, but that generally contains a link to a shader DAG
a remarkable development
an unusual or remarkable fact or event
any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning
That which strikes one as strange, unusual, or unaccountable; an extraordinary or very remarkable person, thing, or occurrence; as, a musical phenomenon
{i} event or circumstance that can be observed; something unusual; something detected by the senses
the object of knowledge, viewed empirically, in its fully knowable state (i e , conditioned by space and time and the categories) (Cf noumenon )
An appearance; anything visible; whatever, in matter or spirit, is apparent to, or is apprehended by, observation; as, the phenomena of heat, light, or electricity; phenomena of imagination or memory
An appearance or occurrence, usually one evoking curiosity
A fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen but is unexplainable or questionable
physical phenomenon
a natural phenomenon involving the physics of matter and energy
QWERTY phenomenon
The tendency to continue to use the first available product or system despite the fact that recent advances, technology and/or ideas could provide better alternatives
Raynaud's phenomenon
A condition of the hands and feet becoming discoloured, typically white, red, and blue, caused by an altered blood flow brought about by cold, or stress
anomalous phenomenon
That which is not sufficiently explained by science or inferred knowledge
a phenomenon
phenom
acoustic phenomenon
a physical phenomenon associated with the production or transmission of sound
atmospheric phenomenon
a physical phenomenon associated with the atmosphere
chemical phenomenon
any natural phenomenon involving chemistry (as changes to atoms or molecules)
common phenomenon
usual occurrence, everyday phenomenon
electrical phenomenon
a physical phenomenon involving electricity
ferranti phenomenon
An increase in the ratio of transformation of an alternating current converter, accompanied by other changes in electrical conditions, occurring when the secondary of the converter is connected with a condenser of moderate capacity; so called because first observed in connection with the Ferranti cables in London
geological phenomenon
a natural phenomenon involving the structure or composition of the earth
linguistic phenomenon
occurrence in linguistics
mechanical phenomenon
a physical phenomenon associated with the equilibrium or motion of objects
natural phenomenon
all non-artificial phenomena
natural phenomenon
unusual or extraordinary occurrence which is a result of natural forces
optical phenomenon
a physical phenomenon related to or involving light
organic phenomenon
(biology) a natural phenomenon involving living plants and animals
phenomena
Phenomena (fî-nòm´e-ne) noun 1 An appearance; anything visible; whatever, in matter or spirit, is apparent to, or is apprehended by, observation; as, the phenomena of heat, light, or electricity; phenomena of imagination or memory 2 That which strikes one as strange, unusual, or unaccountable; an extraordinary or very remarkable person, thing, or occurrence; as, a musical phenomenon
phenomena
plural of phenomenon
phenomena
Phenomena is the plural of phenomenon
phenomena
unusual and/or significant occurrences For example, the yearly migration of monarch butterflies from central Mexico into the United States and Canada is a natural phenomenon
phenomena
Things as they appear to us or, alternatively, the appearances themselves
phenomena
– Events or circumstances evident to the senses and possible to describe scientifically
rare phenomenon
one-in-a-million occurrence, happening that almost never repeats itself
thermal phenomenon
occurrence that is related to heat
phenomenon
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