listen to the pronunciation of plateau
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} plato

Platoda yürüyüş yapmak zevklidir. - It's pleasant to take a walk on the plateau.

bir kimsenin öğrenim süresi içinde hiç ilerleme kaydetmediği dönem
(Denizbilim) düzlek
(Askeri) kaba ayar tertibatı
(psikoloji) bir kimsenin öğrenim süresi içinde hiç ilerleme kaydetmediği dönem; birkaç katlı sini takımı
(çoğulu: -teaus,-teaux) plato, yüksek düzlük, yayla
(Nükleer Bilimler) düzlük
yüksek düzlük
{i} süslü tepsi
birkaç katlı sini takımı
(Askeri) KABA AYAR TERTİBATI: Belirli tipteki nişangahlar üzerinde bulunan ve kaba ayarları yapmaya yarayan ayarlama tertibatı. İnce ayar, tabura denilen bir tertibat vasıtasıyla yapılır
{ç} --s/--x (plätoz')
plateau basalt
plato bazalti, yayla bazalti
plateau basalt
(Jeoloji) plato bazaltı
plateau basalt
(Jeoloji) yayla bazaltı
plateau basalts
yayla bazaltı
plateau basalts
plato bazaltı
plateau glacier
plato buzulu
plateau glacier
(Coğrafya) yayla buzulu
plateau length
(Nükleer Bilimler) düzlük uzunluğu
plateau of a counter tube
(Nükleer Bilimler) bir sayacın platosu
plateau phase
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) plato evresi
plateau speech
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) düz konuşma
potential plateau
potansiyel platosu
structural plateau
yapısal yayla
structural plateau
yapısal plato
Englisch - Englisch
A comparatively stable level in something that varies
A largely level expanse of land at a high elevation; tableland
Reach a stable level; level off
A flat surface; especially, a broad, level, elevated area of land; a table- land
Group who live in the interior of British Columbia
A temporary or permanent leveling off in the recovery process
A point in training when improvement appears to stop
a relatively flat highland
A leveling off period that some people hit when trying to become fit, usually because the body is not being challenged anymore at the current intensity of exercise A re-evaluation is needed, in terms of exercise and nutrition Usually one needs to increase activity intensity to overcome a plateau
An elevated area of mostly level land, sometimes containing deep canyons
A plateau is a large, flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land
A plateau is a large area of high and fairly flat land. A broad valley opened up leading to a high, flat plateau of cultivated land
an area of flat land that is higher than the surrounding land
Normal phase in which the body holds on to weight, the scale doesn't budge downward (and may actually move up a pound or so), in order to readjust Most people lose inches during this phase May hit at any time and last for a varying period of time Some people have reported plateaus of a month when they are a few weeks out of surgery They do pass
{i} flat-topped hill, tableland; high flat surface; standstill, lack of progress
An elevated, level expanse of land (2)
An ornamental dish for the table; a tray or salver
If you say that an activity or process has reached a plateau, you mean that it has reached a stage where there is no further change or development. The US heroin market now appears to have reached a plateau
An elevated, relatively flat region commonly limited on at least one side by an abrupt descent to lower land
A large region that is higher than the surrounding area and relatively flat
a large level area raised above the land around it
An elevated area of mostly level land, sometimes containing deep canyons
A temporary or more permanent leveling off in the recovery or rehabilitation process
(1) (Geographical) an elevated plain, tableland or flat-topped region of considerable extent (2) (Oceanographical) an ELEVATION from the bottom of the OCEAN with a more or less flat top and steep sides
A flat area which is raised above the level of the surrounding land e g the Cairngorm mountains have lots and lots of them!
An elevated area of mostly level land, sometimes containing deep canyons From the top of the plateau you can see for miles around
A period during which a scene is not advancing Usually a bad thing
If something such as an activity, process, or cost plateaus or plateaus out, it reaches a stage where there is no further change or development. Evelyn's career is accelerating, and mine is plateauing out a bit The shares plateaued at 153p. if something plateaus, it reaches and then stays at a particular level. Extensive area of flat upland, usually bounded by an escarpment on all sides but sometimes enclosed by mountains. Plateaus are extensive, and together with enclosed basins they cover about 45% of the Earth's land surface. The essential criteria for a plateau are low relative relief and some altitude. Low relief distinguishes plateaus from mountains, although their origin may be similar. Plateaus, being high, often create their own local climate; the topography of plateaus and their surroundings often produce arid and semiarid conditions. High Plateau Cumberland Plateau oceanic plateau submarine plateau Ozark Plateau Plateau Indian
In reading, to reach a certain level and not progress much further
An area of high, flat land with steep sides
An elevated land surface of large areal extent where the surface is nearly level
A high area with a flat top that may have deep canyons
a flat area of land that is higher than the land around it
A period of time, at least 2 to 4 weeks, whereby a Bandster maintains, instead of losing weight It is common for post-ops 4-10 weeks out to experience a plateau before getting their first fill Many Bandsters take a plateau at any point as a sign that they need to get another fill Some people feel that bodies tend to plateau at weights they had previously maintained for some period of time in the past, but this is only been shown through anecdotal evidence at this point
Chainwheel This usage is French, not English, and it is pretentious to use it when writing or speaking English
Plateau Indian
Any member of various North American Indian peoples that inhabited the high plateau between the Rocky Mountains on the east and the Cascade Range on the west. The Plateau culture was not stable. By AD 1200-1300 the "classic" phase had emerged, characterized by permanent winter villages with semi-subterranean earth lodges along the main rivers and by summer camps with mat-covered conical lodges in the meadows. During the centuries that followed, the Plateau area was influenced by cultural elements from the highly specialized Northwest Coast culture. Part of this diffusion was possibly brought about by a Chinook group, the Wishram, who migrated from the coast into the Cascade Mountains. During the 18th century there were influences from the east. The Shoshone had acquired horses by that time and furnished their closest neighbours on the Plains and the Plateau with horses. Other elements of Plains culture, such as beaded dresses, warbonnets, and tepees, came with the horse. Among this group were the Coeur d'Alene, Flathead, Klamath, Kutenai, Modoc, Nez Percé, Spokan, Thompson, and Salish
plateau striped whiptail
having distinct longitudinal stripes: of Colorado Plateau from Arizona to western Colorado
Mexican plateau
A plateau in Mexico, lying between two mountain ranges: the Sierra Madre Oriental on its east, and the Sierra Madre Occidental on its west
Cumberland Plateau
The southwest section of the Appalachian Mountains, extending northeast to southwest from southern West Virginia through Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee into northern Alabama. Tableland in the U.S. that forms the western section of the Appalachian Mountains and a part of the Allegheny Plateau. It extends southwest for 450 mi (725 km) from southern West Virginia to northeastern Alabama, averages 50 mi (80 km) in width, and is 2,000-4,145 ft (600-1,263 m) high. The roughest and highest portion is a narrow ridge about 140 mi (225 km) long that forms its eastern margin in eastern Kentucky and northeastern Tennessee; the name Cumberland Mountains is generally applied to this area, which includes the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. The plateau has large deposits of coal, limestone, and sandstone
Laurentian Plateau
A plateau region of eastern Canada extending from the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River northward to the Arctic Ocean. The highland formation also covers much of Greenland and forms the Adirondack Mountains in the United States
Mogollon Plateau
A tableland, 2,135-2,440 m (7,000-8,000 ft) high, of east-central Arizona. Its southern edge is the rugged escarpment Mogollon Rim
colorado plateau
a large plateau south and west of the Rocky Mountains; abuts mountains on the north and east and ends in an escarpment overlooking lowlands to the south and west; the Grand Canyon is carved out of the southwestern corner
oceanic plateau
or submarine plateau Large submarine elevation rising sharply at least 660 ft (200 m) above the surrounding seafloor and having an extensive, relatively flat or gently tilted summit. Most plateaus are steplike interruptions of the continental slopes. Some, however, occur well beyond the continental margins. They stand alone, high above the surrounding seafloor, and are believed to be fragments of continents that were isolated during continental drift and seafloor spreading
past of plateau
present participle of plateau
Same as splits or thresholds
landform features characterized by high elevation and gentle upland slopes
third-person singular of plateau
plural of plateau