recycle

listen to the pronunciation of recycle
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} geri dönüşümünü sağlamak
(Askeri) YENİ BAŞTAN KONTROL ETMEK: Bir füze veya eşyayı yeniden tam kontrolden geçirmek
{f} (kullanılmış maddeleri) yeniden işleyip kullanılır duruma getirmek, geri kazanmak
{f} yeniden kazan
(Bilgisayar) geri dönüştür

Bu mağaza sadece geri dönüştürülmüş kâğıt kullanır. - This shop uses only recycled paper.

Bu evraklar geri dönüştürülmüş kağıda bastırıldı. - These documents were printed on recycled paper.

(Gıda,İnşaat) geri dönüşüm

Bu masa geri dönüşümlü ahşaptan yapılır. - This table is made out of recycled wood.

Her geri dönüşümlü alüminyum bir TV'yi üç saat çalıştırmak için gerekli enerjiyi kazandırabilir. - Every recycled aluminium can saves enough energy to power a TV for three hours.

(Denizbilim) geriçevirmek
(Çevre) geri kazanım
(Gıda) geri döngü
yeniden işleme sokmak
(Gıda) geri akıtma
yeniden değerlendir
geri kazanmak
yeniden işlemden geçirmek
{f} yeniden kullanıma sokmak
(kullanılmış maddeleri) yeniden işleyip kullanılır hale getirmek
{i} yeniden kazanım
(Nükleer Bilimler) tekrardan kullanma (geriçevrim)
{f} değerlendirmek
yeniden işleyip kullanışlı hale getirmek
yeniden çevrime sokmak
{i} yeniden kazanım,yeniden değerle
geri döndür
Geri Dönüşümleme
(Biyokimya) geri çevirmek
recycle bin
(Bilgisayar) geri kazanım kutusu
recycle bin
(Bilgisayar) geri dönüşüm kutusu

Geri dönüşüm kutusu nerede? - Where is your recycle bin?

recycle bin address
bin adrese geri dönüşüm
recycle using proper procedures
uygun yöntemlerle geri dönüşüm
recycle ratio
(Gıda) geri dönüşüm oranı
recycle stock
değerlendirilebilir stok
recycling
geri dönüşüm
recyclable
Geri dönüştülebilir
recycling
tekrar kullanım (atık vb)
empty recycle bin
(Bilgisayar) boş geri dönüşüm kutusu
recycle bin
(Bilgisayar) çöp kutusu
recycled
yeniden kazanılmış
recycled
(Bilgisayar) geri dönüştürülmüş

Bu ders kitabının geri dönüştürülmüş kağıttan yapıldığını biliyorsun. - You know this textbook is made of recycled paper.

Bu evraklar geri dönüştürülmüş kağıda bastırıldı. - These documents were printed on recycled paper.

recycled
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) geri kazanılmış
recycled
(İnşaat) geri dönüşmüş
recycling
(Ticaret) recycling
recycling
atıkları değerlendirme
recycling
(Çevre) yeniden işleme
recycling
(Ticaret) geri dönüm
recycling
değerlendirme
recycling
(Gıda) geri dönüştürme

Kâğıdı geri dönüştürmek çok önemlidir. - Recycling paper is very important.

recycling
yeniden kullanılma
recycling
geri dönüşümlü
recycling
geri döngü
recycling
(Ticaret) yeniden dolaşıma sokmak
recyclable
yeniden değerlendirilebilir
recycled
{f} yeniden kazan
recycled
Yeniden devreye sokulmuş, dönüştürülmüş. Atılmak yerine yeni bir amaçla kullanılmak üzere bir halden başka hale dönüştürülmüş malzeme, materyel
recycling
(Biyokimya) geri çevirim
recycling
geriçevirim
jungle recycle
(Bilgisayar) sık orman geri dönüşüm
please recycle
(Bilgisayar) geri gönderin
recycled
geri kazanılmış,v.yeniden kazan: adj.yeniden kazanı
recycling
yeniden kullanım
recycling
(Mukavele) geri dönüşüm, yeniden değerlendirme
recycling
geri döndür
to recycle
yeniden işleme sokmak
Englisch - Englisch
To be recycled

Sulfur recycles in the sulfur cycle.

To reuse as a whole
To break down and reuse component materials

Recycled plastic.

To collect or place in a bin for recycling
Systems which may be run by private enterprise or local government to gather recyclable materials and remake them into similar or dissimilar products for market Common examples are newspapers, glass, plastic, steel, and aluminum
{f} reprocess waste to recover reusable material
If you recycle things that have already been used, such as bottles or sheets of paper, you process them so that they can be used again. The objective would be to recycle 98 per cent of domestic waste It is printed on recycled paper. + recycling re·cy·cling a recycling scheme
cause to repeat a cycle
use again after processing; "We must recycle the cardboard boxes"
(v) to reuse or to adapt to a new use
1 In a countdown to stop the count and to return to an earlier point in the countdown, as in we have recycled, now at T minus 80 and counting Compare hold
collecting and reprocessing already manufactured materials for remanufacture either as the same thing or as part of a different product (Taking a plastic bottle and turning it into a park bench or another bottle)
To make new products from old ones Recycling used items, such as paper, cans, or bottles, saves energy, produces less pollution, and uses up fewer natural resources
use again
To separate a given material from waste and process it so that it can be used again in a form similar to its original use; for example, newspapers recycled into newspapers or cardboard
– To process in order to use again
To reclaim or reuse old materials in order to make new products
To process waste materials in order to regain new material for human use
To collect and treat a resource so it can be used again
(1) to put or pass through a cycle again, as for further treatment; (2) to extract and reuse useful materials from garbage, waste, or the like
Prepare items and bring in for recycling
To use again, especially to reprocess so as to use again To recondition and adapt to a new use or function
to recycle is to put into the cycle again In other words, to take a product and reuse it when discarded Recycling saves enormous amounts of energy and raw materials
Recycle using proper procedures
A volume whose data has passed both its browse and retention policies and is available for relabeling
When a bird either losses or has the first clutch of eggs removed and lays a second clutch
A multi-phased process which includes removal, separation and/or diversion of materials from the waste stream and their use as raw materials in the manufacturing process; for example, recycled wastepaper utilized by the paper industry
To reuse an item instead of just throwing it away For example, soda cans can be recycled to make new soda cans
The process by which materials are collected, reprocessed or remanufactured, and reused
To break down and reuse component materials (recycled paper, recycled plastic)
Make a NetWorker backup volume available for relabeling and new data because the data on the volume has passed both its browse and retention policies
To extract and reuse useful materials found in waste
To reused the remaining uranium and plutonium found in spent fuel after they have been separated at a reprocessing plant from unwanted radioactive waste products also in the spent fuel
to use more than once
recycle bin
In Windows™, a desktop icon used for deleting files, from which they can be retrieved or permanently deleted
recycle bin
A container in which items to be recycled may be placed
recycle bins
plural form of recycle bin
recycle bin
1 In Windows, an icon on the desktop where unwanted files are placed to be deleted 2 Specialized folder in Windows that keeps files marked for deletion until they are either restored into the system, or deleted when the Recycle Bin is "emptied " See Trash
recycle bin
The Recycle Bin is a temporary storage area used for keeping files until they are either recovered or permanently deleted
recycle bin
An icon on your desktop in Windows 95 The Recycle Bin is similar to the trash can of Apple systems To delete an item, simply drag it to the Recycle Bin Here, the Recycle Bin will hide the item from view, but won’t erase it This allows you to restore that item if you’d like
recycle bin
{i} icon on Windows desktop where one can drag files in order to delete them and which can be used to recover files that were deleted (Computers); receptacle in which items that are to be recycled can be put
recycle bin
A place (folder) where unneeded or unwanted objects are placed eventually to be removed from your hard disk
recycle bin
In Windows 95, an icon of a waste can used for deleting files The icon of a file or folder is dragged to the trash can and released
recycle bin
A special folder in Window 95 and 98 where deleted files are sent when the user gives the command to delete them They reside in the recycle bin until the user gives the command to permanently erase them (‘Empty Recycle Bin’), giving the user the chance to recover any information accidentally deleted
recycle bin
(noun) The Icon on your Desktop in which files are placed before deletion To throw files into the Recycle Bin, Click And Drag them over the Recycle Bin Icon, releasing the button when the Recycle Bin is Hilighted
recycle bin
Place where you put files and folders that you may later want to delete or get rid of
recycle bin
Temporary storage area for deleted files, not actually 'gone' until 'Empty Recycle Bin' is chosen
recycle bin
A temporary storage container where you can move any files or folders that you no longer need These items will remain in the Recycle Bin and can be retrieved later if you need to recover an item Once you empty the recycle bin, however, these files are gone forever
recycle bin
The recycle bin stores all the documents you delete and allows you to recover them later
recycle bin
A folder that stores deleted folders and files This is comparable to the "Trash Can" on a Macintosh
recycle bin
Comparable to the Trash Can in the Macintosh In the Windows environment, a folder represented on the desktop by an icon of a small recycle bin
recycle bin address
directory path for the "Recycle Bin" in Windows, location of the "Recycle Bin" (Computers)
recycled
Simple past tense and past participle of recycle
recycling
Those materials culled for recycling

He plans to haul the recycling in on Saturday.

recyclable
possible to use again
recyclable
Able to be recycled
recyclable
a product that can be recycled by a commonly available industrial process; by practical definition, products can be recycled only where facilities exist to handle them Usually designated by the "chasing arrows" on packaging
recyclable
Packaging materials that may be processed for reuse by a series of changes or treatments, but not necessarily for their original use
recyclable
Although many materials are potentially recyclable, for some there does not exist a viable market to reuse the material The end result, then, is the same as for an intrinsically non-recyclable material, the product is landfilled or incinerated For the purposes of these questions, a recyclable material will be one that can be reprocessed for use and one for which an active market exists to use the reprocessed material See Additional Resources for more information on determining active markets
recyclable
{s} capable of being recycled, can be reprocessed for reuse
recyclable
A product or packaging which can be collected, re-processed and resold as a new product (e g in NZ - glass, aluminium, paper, and some plastics)
recyclable
capable of being recycled
recyclable
Refers to such products as paper, glass, plastic, used oil, and metals that can be reprocessed instead of being disposed of as waste
recyclable
any material or group of materials that can be collected and sold for recycling at a net cost, equal to or less than, the cost of collection and disposal of the same material
recyclable
An object that can be recycled, such as a soda can
recyclable
Recyclable waste or materials can be processed and used again. a separate bin for recyclable waste products. used materials or substances that are recyclable can be recycled
recycled
Paper which contains postconsumer fiber When paper has been printed and used by consumers before recycling, it's said to be made with postconsumer waste The current minimums to be considered recycled are: Uncoated paper: 20% postconsumer fiber Coated paper: 10% postconsumer fiber
recycled
Materials that have been previously processed and are reused to manufacture the same or different product Pre-consumer recycling includes the reuse of material that has been generated within the manufacturing process Deformed plastic parts, for instance, can be ground and reinjected to produce an acceptable product Post-consumer recycling is the reuse of products, or their constituent materials, that have already been used and discarded by the consumer This type of recycling is preferable, as the material may otherwise be incinerated and landfilled
recycled
{s} reprocessed for reuse
recycled
Using water or other materials more than once before returning it to the natural environment, wastes that are used for a beneficial purpose or made into new product rather than being landfilled or burned
recycled
That has been through a recycling process
recycler
A person who recycles, or a machine used to recycle
recycles
third-person singular of recycle
recycling
" name="def5"-->Set of processes (including biological) for converting recovered materials that would otherwise be disposed of as wastes, into useful materials and or products
recycling
The processing of solid waste to reclaim material for reuse
recycling
the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
recycling
Either source separation or the processing of solid waste mechanically or by hand to segregate materials for sale or reuse Materials that can be removed through recycling include, but are not limited to, mixed paper, newsprint, cardboard, aluminum, glass, plastics, chemicals, oil, wood, compostable organics (food and yard/land clearing debris), ferrous metal, and inorganics (rubble and inert material) Recycling does not include combustion of solid waste or preparation of fuel from solid waste
recycling
The process by which materials otherwise destined for disposal are collected, processed, and re-manufactured into new products (composting is a form of recycling)
recycling
the process of transforming materials into raw materials for manufacturing new products, which may or may not be similar to the original product
recycling
or materials salvage Recovery and reuse of materials from consumed products. The main motives for recycling have been the increasing scarcity and cost of natural resources (including oil, gas, coal, mineral ores, and trees) and the pollution of air (see air pollution), water (see water pollution), and land by waste materials. There are two types of recycling, internal and external. Internal recycling is the reuse in a manufacturing process of materials that are a waste product of that process, and is common in the metals industry (see scrap metal). External recycling is the reclaiming of materials from a product that is worn out or no longer useful; an example is the collection of old newspapers and magazines for the manufacture of newsprint or other paper products
recycling
A resource recovery method involving the collection, separation, and processing to specification of scrap materials and their use as raw materials for manufacture into new products
recycling
system of collecting, sorting, and reprocessing old material into usable raw materials
recycling
series of activities, including collection, separation, and processing, by which products or other materials are recovered from the solid waste stream for use in the form of raw materials in the manufacture of new products other than fuel for producing heat or power by combustion (EO 13101)
recycling
The series of activities by which discarded materials are collected, sorted, processed and converted into raw materials and used in the production of new products
recycling
The act of sorting waste into different bins
recycling
Process by which materials that would otherwise become solid waste are collected, separated or processed and returned to the economic mainstream to be reused in the form of raw materials or finished goods
recycling
Drop-off sites for materials that can be reprocessed or refilled Businesses that buy, work with or sell products made from recycled materials City program information contacts Can include good examples of places where recycled materials are in use
recycling
Reprocessing for reuse; the process by which waste materials are transformed into raw materials which are then used in new products
recycling
The process by which materials otherwise destined for disposal are collected and reprocessed or remanufactured Recycling prevents potentially useful materials from being landfilled or combusted, thus saving energy and natural resources
recycling
A way to reuse materials instead of just throwing them away
recycling
The collecting and reprocessing of used products for the purpose of supplying materials for manufacturing new commodities Also see reuse
recycling
present participle of recycle
recycling
{i} reprocessing of waste to recover reusable material
recycling
Per Public Resources Code section 40180, the process of collecting, sorting, cleansing, treating, and reconstituting materials that would otherwise become solid waste, and returning them to the economic mainstream in the form of raw material for new, reused, or reconstituted products that meet the quality standards necessary to be used in the marketplace
recycling
The collection, separation and recovery of useful materials, which would otherwise be discarded as waste, for manufacture into raw materials or new products
recycling
Direct re-introduction of a waste type into the production cycle from which it originates as a total or partial replacement for a new material For example, melting down broken bottles to make new ones Newspapers, magazines and glass can be recycled if they are selectively collected Textile products and fermentable materials cannot be recycled
recycling
any process by which solid waste materials are transformed into new products in such a manner that the original products may lose their identity
recycling
Separation and collection of waste for transformation or remanufacturing into a usable or marketable products or materials, and the purchase of products made from recyclable materials
recycling
The process by which salvaged materials become usable products
recycling
The practice of sorting and collecting waste materials for new use
recycling
separating, collecting, processing, marketing, and ultimately using a material that would have been thrown away Top
recycling
Turning products that have already been used by consumers into new products As well as slowing down our consumption rate, recycling is an important step toward alleviating overtaxed natural resources and reducing the need for landfill sites Landfills are filling quickly and communities are reluctant to house new sites for numerous reasons including leaching of toxic materials out of landfills into local water tables Most cities in the United States have or are setting up some type of recycling program, some curb side It is up to the consumer to follow local recycling regulations including proper disposal of hazardous materials Successful recycling is also taking place on a larger scale with builders setting up construction site waste and debris recycling systems to assure that all reusable materials building or demolition sites are properly sorted and reused or recycled
recycling
The collection and separation of materials from waste and subsequent processing to produce marketable products
recycling
The series of activities, including collection, separation, and processing, by which products or other materials are recovered from the solid waste stream for use in the form of raw materials in the manufacture of new products other than fuel for producing heat or power by combustion
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von recycle im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

recycling
(Ticaret) recycling
recycle bin
geri dönüşüm kutusu
recycle
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