reef

listen to the pronunciation of reef
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} resif

Dinamit balıkçılığı resif ekosistemler için son derece tahrip edicidir. - Dynamite fishing is extremely destructive to reef ecosystems.

Belize set resifi, kuzey yarımküredeki en büyük set resifidir ve aynı zamanda popüler bir dalış noktası olan Büyük Mavi Delikle de ünlüdür. - The Belize barrier reef is the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere and is also famous for the Great Blue Hole, a popular diving spot.

{i} sığ kayalık
(Askeri) mercan adası
(Askeri) atol
camadan
reef knot camadan bağı
reef point camadan halat
camadanını bağlamak
yelkenin bir kat camadanı
{i} altınlı maden damarı
cıvadıra bastonunu mayna etmek
{f} temkinli davranmak
{i} kayalık
{f} ihtiyatlı hareket etmek
{f} camadan vurmak
(Askeri,Teknik) maden damarı
kaya döküntülü kıyı
reef knot
(Askeri) camadan düğümü
reef point
(Askeri) camadan halatı
reef blasting
(Askeri) resif patlatma
reef block
(Denizbilim) resif bloğu
reef cleaning
(Askeri) resif temizliği
reef complex
(Denizbilim) resif kompleksi
reef concentration
(Askeri) resif yapısının yoğunluğu
reef crest
(Denizbilim) resif doruğu
reef crest
(Denizbilim) resif tepesi
reef earing
(Askeri) morize
reef earing
(Askeri) morize patası
reef facies
(Coğrafya) resif fasiyesi
reef front
(Denizbilim) resif cephesi
reef knot
gemici düğümü
reef knot
camadan bağı
reef resources
(Askeri) resif kaynakları
reef slope
(Denizbilim) resif bayırı
reef slope
(Denizbilim) resif cephesi
reef system
(Denizbilim) resif sistemi
barrier reef
(Denizbilim) bariyer resifi
coral reef
(Coğrafya,Jeoloji) mercan resifi
seed collection reef
(Askeri) tohum toplama resifi
shelf reef
(Denizbilim) sahanlık resifi
barrier reef
sığ kayalık
coral reef
mercan kayalığı

Mercan kayalığı, bölgenin en önemli cazibesidir. - The coral reef is the region's prime attraction.

reefy
kayalık
coral-reef
mercan kayalığı
great barrier reef
(Coğrafya) Avustralya'nin kuzeydoğu sahili boyunca uzanan Büyük Mercan Resifi
reefs
resifleri

Mercan resifleri iklim değişikliği tarafından tehdit ediliyor. - Coral reefs are threatened by climate change.

Mercan resifleri çeşitli güzel deniz yaşamı çeker. - Coral reefs attract a variety of beautiful marine life.

third person singular of reef
üçüncü kişi resif tekil
to reef
resife
artificial fish reef
(Askeri) yapay balık resifi
artificial reef works
(Askeri) yapay resif çalışmaları
barrier reef
avustralya'nın doğusundaki mercan kayalıkları
barrier reef
set resifi,sığ kayalık
breeding reef
(Askeri) kaynak resif
dominian reef
dominiyen resif
ecologic reef
ekolojik resif
fish reef
(Askeri) balık resifi
fore reef
(Denizbilim) resif bayırı
fringing reef
(Coğrafya) kıyı resifi
gray reef shark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri resif köpekbalığı
grey reef shark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri resif köpekbalığı
natural reef
(Askeri) doğal resif
nursery reef
(Askeri) fidanlık resifi
pinnacle reef
kule resif
protection reef
(Askeri) koruma resifi
ring reef
(Askeri) çember şeklinde resif
ring reef
(Askeri) kayalık
rock reef
kaya döküntülü kıyı
shake out a reef
camadanı fora etmek
take in a reef
camadan vurmak
tire reef
(Denizbilim) lastik resif
wall-reef
duvar-resifi
Türkisch - Türkisch
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Englisch - Englisch
A reef knot
To take in part of a sail in order to adapt the size of the sail to the force of the wind
& A large vein of auriferous quartz; hence, any body of rock yielding valuable ore
A chain or range of rocks, sand, or coral lying at or near the surface of the water
A portion of a sail rolled and tied down to lessen the area exposed in a high wind
{v} to draw in sails, reduce, contract, fold
{n} a part of a sail rolled up, a chain of rocks
an underwater natural barrier

The Australian Great Barrier Reef is the largest natural reef in the world.

A ridge of rock or other material lying just below the surface of the sea
roll up (a portion of a sail) in order to reduce its area
See Coral reefs, under Coral
A chain of rocks, often coral, lying near the water surface
Related Topics: [wetlands] Reefs are ridges or mound formed through the growth and accumulation of sedentary invertebrates They may be classified as either wetland or deepwater habitats and will periodically give rise to lush aquatic beds and occasionally mangrove forests For the most part reefs are restricted to waters at tropical and subtropical latitudes - consequently nearly all U S wetlands are limited to the waters around the Hawaiian Islands and the Florida coast
n a mound of living and once living matter that forms a wall in the ocean The mound parallels the shore
To reduce sail area
The rolled up part of a sail, tied with the reef lines, that is used to reduce sail area for heavy winds
To reduce the extent of (as a sail) by roiling or folding a certain portion of it and making it fast to the yard or spar
An arrangement to reduce the area of a sail in a high wind
reduce (a sail) by taking in a reef
A chain or range of rocks lying at or near the surface of the water
lower and bring partially inboard; "reef the sailboat's mast"
1) "A part of the sail that can be taken in, rolled up and secured by reef-points " (Uden & Cooper) 2) To lower or lift that part of the sail part way and then secure it as described This is used to decrease the amount of sail that the wind affects 3) The line attached to the side of some square sails that hauls up the side part way to aid in reefing and/or furling
{i} ridge of coral or rock located near the surface of the sea; part of a sail that can be adjusted in order to control the sail area that is exposed to the wind
A solid structure built of shells and other secretions of marine organisms, particularly coral
That part of a sail which is taken in or let out by means of the reef points, in order to adapt the size of the sail to the force of the wind
To reduce the area of sail exposed to the wind The portion of sail taken in, as in "we took in a reef when the wind rose" Small lines called reef points are used to tie up a potion of the sail in a bundle to reduce its area
A ridge of rocks found in the tidal zone along a coastline One common type of reef is the coral reef
Hence, any body of rock yielding valuable ore
A chain of rocks or coral at or near the surface of the water A 1-D basic feature
A reef is a long line of rocks or sand, the top of which is just above or just below the surface of the sea. An unspoilt coral reef encloses the bay. a line of sharp rocks, often made of coral, or a raised area of sand near the surface of the sea (rif). reef in to tie up part of a sail in order to make it smaller. Capitol Reef National Park coral reef Great Barrier Reef
a rocky region in the southern Transvaal in northeastern South Africa; contains rich gold deposits and coal and manganese
A large vein of auriferous quartz; so called in Australia
A strip or ridge of rocks, sand, or coral that rises to, or near the surface of a body of water
He must take in a reef or so He must reduce his expenses; he must retrench A reef is that part of a sail which is between two rows of eyelet-holes The object of these eyelet-holes is to reduce the sail reef by reef as it is required
A metallic mineral deposit, especially gold-bearing, commonly in a sedimentary rock
a submerged ridge of rock or coral near the surface of the water
To reduce the sail area
– The part of a sail which is rolled up and made fast to reduce the area exposed to the wind during a storm
a submerged ridge of rock or coral near the surface of the water reduce (a sail) by taking in a reef roll up (a portion of a sail) in order to reduce its area lower and bring partially inboard; "reef the sailboat's mast
1) To partially lower a sail so that it is not as large This helps prevent too much sail from being in use when the wind gets stronger 2) A line of rock and coral near the surface of the water
An Australian term meaning vein or lode
1 To reduce the sail area by partly lowering the sail and securing the surplus material to the boom; 2 A ridge of rock or coral lying at, near, or beneath the surface of the water
A chain of rocks, often coral, lying near the water surface Sometimes ships bump into coral reefs in the ocean
A large vein of auriferous quartz; hence, any body of rock yielding valuable ore
A ridge of rocks, sand, or coral at or near the surface of a body of water
a strip of rock, sand or coral close to the surface of the ocean or another body of water
an area of the shore between land and deep water where seaweed and aquatic plants grow (batture)
{f} roll up part of a sail in order to expose less sail area to the wind (Nautical)
reef break
In surfing, a wave that breaks over a projection from the seabed formed from coral reef or rock shelf
reef knot
A square knot used to securely tie two pieces of rope together, or to reef sails
reef knots
plural form of reef knot
reef rash
Scraping injury caused by falling on or being dragged over a reef. (Note this is an actual physical injury, not an inflammation like a normal rash.)

1999: I decided to show the lifeguards my reef rash. It's just a scratch! one of them chimed. — Neal Miyake.

reef rashes
plural form of reef rash
reef triggerfish
A species of triggerfish, scientific name Rhinecanthus rectangulus
reef knot
a square knot used in a reef line
reef knot
A square knot used in reefing sails. a double knot that cannot come undone easily American Equivalent: square knot
reef squirrelfish
on reefs from Bermuda and Florida to northern South America
Great Barrier Reef
A massive system of coral reefs, found in the Coral Sea off the coast of Australia
barrier reef
A name given to reefs separated from the adjacent coast by a channel or lagoon
coral reef
A mound or hummock of compacted coral skeletons
whitetip reef shark
a small species of requiem shark, taxonomic name Triaenodon obesus
whitetip reef sharks
plural form of whitetip reef shark
Capitol Reef National Park
Park, south-central Utah, U.S. Occupying 378 sq mi (979 sq km), it comprises great buttressed cliffs of coloured Navajo sandstone extending for 100 mi (160 km) along the western edge of the Waterpocket Fold. Established as a national monument in 1937, it became a national park in 1971. It is so named because its rock towers reminded geologists of coral reefs, while its dome-shaped formations suggest capitol architecture. The cliff walls are covered with pre-Columbian petroglyphs
Great Barrier Reef
The largest coral reef in the world, about 2,011 km (1,250 mi) long, off the northeast coast of Australia. Its vividly colored banks are known for their exotic fish and crustaceans. the largest coral reef in the world, off the northeast coast of Australia. It is around 2000 km (1250 miles) long. Long stretch of coral reef, shoals, and islets in the Pacific Ocean, off the northeastern coast of Queensland, Australia. The largest deposit of coral in the world, it extends for more than 1,250 mi (2,000 km) along the Australian coast and has an area of some 135,000 sq mi (350,000 sq km). The reef has been formed over millions of years from the skeletons of a mass of living marine organisms. In addition to at least 300 species of hard coral, marine life includes anemones, worms, gastropods, lobsters, crayfishes, prawns, crabs, and a variety of fishes. Encrusting red algae form the purplish red algal rim that is one of the reef's characteristic features
Kingman Reef
{i} tropical coral reef located in North Pacific Ocean (half way between the Hawaiian Islands and American Samoa) which forms a part of the United States Minor Outlying Islands
barrier reef
a long coral reef near and parallel to the shore
barrier reef
coral reef roughly parallel to the shore and separated from it by a lagoon of considerable depth and width, or in some cases by several kilometres of open sea
barrier reef
name given to reefs separated from the adjacent coast by a channel or lagoon
barrier reef
a long, narrow coral reef, roughly parallel to the shore and separated from it by a lagoon of considerable depth and width It may lie a great distance from a continental coast It is often interrupted by passes or channels
barrier reef
A long ridge of coral near and parallel to the coast line, separated from it by a lagoon
barrier reef
a coral reef that is parallel to the shore line, usually acting as a breakwater
barrier reef
A long, narrow ridge of coral or rock parallel to and relatively near a coastline, separated from the coastline by a lagoon too deep for coral growth. a line of coral (=pink stone-like substance) separated from the shore by water
barrier reef
One of three geomorophologically distinct types of A HREF="bas01r-6 html#coralreef">coral reefs, the other two being fringing reefs and atolls Barrier reefs are separated from land by a lagoon usually formed by coastal subsidence See Barnes and Hughes (1988)
capitol reef national park
a national park in Utah having colorful rock formations and desert plants and wildlife
coral reef
a reef made up of corals, other organic substances, and limestone
coral reef
a ridge or mound made by colonies of tiny coral animals; found only in shallow regions of tropical oceans
coral reef
ridge of coral at or near the surface of the water
coral reef
A marine ridge or mound comprised primarily of coral, together with algal and mineral components, which forms the foundation for a biologically rich and diverse ecosystem
coral reef
Calcareous formation produced by the activity of various living organisms
coral reef
Marine feature produced by numerous colonies of tiny coral animals, called polyps, that create calcium carbonate structures around themselves for protection When the corals die, their vacant exterior skeletons form layers that cause the reef to grow Coral reefs are found in the coastal zones of warm tropical and subtropical oceans
coral reef
complex tropical marine ecosystem dominated by soft and hard (stony) corals, anemones and sea fans Stony corals are microscopic animals with an outer skeleton of calcium carbonate that form colonies and are responsible for reef building
coral reef
a reef consisting of coral consolidated into limestone
coral reef
A coral reef is a long narrow mass of coral and other substances, the top of which is usually just above or just below the surface of the sea. An unspoilt coral reef encloses the bay. An erosion-resistant marine ridge or mound consisting chiefly of compacted coral together with algal material and biochemically deposited magnesium and calcium carbonates. a line of hard rocks formed by coral, found in warm sea water that is not very deep. Ridge or hummock formed in shallow ocean areas from the external skeletons of corals. The skeleton consists of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), or limestone. A coral reef may grow into a permanent coral island, or it may take one of four principal forms. Fringing reefs consist of a flat reef area around a nonreef island. Barrier reefs may lie a mile or more offshore, separated from the landmass by a lagoon or channel. Atolls are circular reefs without a central landmass. Patch reefs have irregular tablelike or pinnacle features. Smaller patches occur inside atoll lagoons; larger patches occur as isolated parts of any of the other three reef categories, and they sometimes occur completely separate from other kinds of reefs
coral reef
n a mound of living creatures with hard shell skeletons (coral) building a home in shallow salt water locations As animals die others grow onto the dead skeletons and continue the building of the reef The mound usually encompasses tropical islands
coral reef
a wave-resistant structure resulting from cementation processes and the skeletal construction of hermatypic corals, calcareous algae, and other calcium carbonate-secreting organisms
great barrier reef
the largest coral reef in the world; in the Coral Sea off the northeastern coast of Australia
reefing
The process of taking in a reef
reefs
A solid limestone structure constructed by organisms and resistant to wave activity
reefs
plural of reef
reefs
third person singular of reef
reefs
Any submarine or tidal rocks which are hazardous
reefs
chains or rocks of ridges of sand at or near the surface of water
reefy
full of submerged reefs or sandbanks or shoals; "reefy shallows"; "shoaly waters
reefy
Full of reefs or rocks
reef
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