sinking

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} batma

RMS Lusitania'nın batması uluslararası bir protestoya neden oldu. - The sinking of the RMS Lusitania caused an international outcry.

Antina'nın midesinde bir batma hissi vardı. - Antina had a sinking feeling in her stomach.

{i} batırma
batış

Titanik'in batışında 1490 ila 1635 kişi öldü. - Between 1,490 and 1,635 people died in the sinking of the Titanic.

Costa Concordia lüks yolcu gemisinin batışını duydun mu? - Have you heard about the sinking of the Costa Concordia luxury cruise ship?

{f} bat

Onlar batan gemiyi terk ettiler. - They abandoned the sinking ship.

Tıpkı batan bir gemiyi terkeden fareler gibi. - It's just like rats leaving a sinking ship.

çökme
çöküntü
yavaş yavaş ödeme
amorti eden
batarak
{s} yavaş yavaş kaybolan
{i} halsizlik
{i} amorti etme
{i} yavaş yavaş ödeme (borç)
{s} azalan
{i} açlıktan dermansızlık
{i} işlevini yitirme
{i} düşüş
{i} dermansızlık
{s} zamanla azalan
bel verme
inme
batmak
indirme
sink
batmak
sink
lavabo

Bulaşıklar lavaboda yığılıyorlar. - The dishes are piling up in the sink.

Tom kirli bulaşıkları çoğunlukla lavaboda bırakır. - Tom often leaves dirty dishes in the sink.

sink
suya batmak
sink
{f} batırmak
sinking up the ground
toprak kayması
sinking bucket
kofa, kazı kovası
sinking fund bond
itfa fonu tahvili
sinking pump
maden kuyusu pompası
sinking ship
batan gemi
sinking status
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) sonum statüsü

From Clifford Geertz.

sinking bucket
kofa
sinking fund
amortisman fonu
sinking fund depreciation
(Ticaret) itfa fonu amortismanı
sinking fund method
(Ticaret) itfa fonu metodu
sinking fund plan
(Ticaret) itfa fonu planı
sinking fund reserve
(Ticaret) itfa fonu karşılığı
sinking funds
(Ticaret) batık fonlar
sinking method
çökelme metodu
sinking of caissons
kesonun indirilmesi
sinking of caissons
daldırma kuyunun indirilmesi
sinking of the public debt
(Ticaret) kamu borcu amortismanı
sinking pump
batık pompa
sinking tower
kuyu açma kulesi
sink
{i} küvet

Bu ürünü küvet, lavabo, duş, yüzme havuzu ya da su ve rutubetin olduğu başka herhangi bir yerin yanında kullanmayınız. - Do not use this product near a bathtub, sink, shower, swimming pool, or anywhere else where water or moisture are present.

Banyoda bir lavabo, bir bide, bir tuvalet ve bir duş var. Bir küvet vardı. - In the bathroom there's a sink, a bidet, a toilet, and a shower. There used to be a bath.

sink
{i} pislik çukuru
sink
çökmek
sink
{i} yer kapağı [tiy.]
sink
{f} gömülmek
sink
{f} azaltmak
sink
{f} saplanmak
sink
{i} çukur
sink
{i} lağım çukuru
sink
{i} batak

Gökdelen'in bataklığa batması bekleniyor. - The skyscraper is expected to sink into the bog.

sink
{i} bataklık
sink
{i} eviye
sink
alçalmak
desert a sinking ship
(deyim) batan gemiyi terk etmek
desert a sinking ship
(deyim) batan gemiyi terketmek
sink
(Bilgisayar) alış noktası
sink
oturmak
sink
değeri azalmak
sink
(Denizbilim) batma

Gemi batmaya başladı. - The ship began to sink.

Antina'nın midesinde bir batma hissi vardı. - Antina had a sinking feeling in her stomach.

sink
(Ticaret) sermaye yatırmak
sink
daldırmak
sink
(Gıda) evye
sink
atık su kanalı
sink
(Bilgisayar) çıkış düğümü
sink
mahvolmak
sink
yutak
sinking fund
(Askeri) amortisman
sink
inmek
have a sinking feeling
paniğe kapılmak
sink
açmak
sink
güçten kesilmek
sink
kazmak
sink
musluk taşı
sink
kötüye gitmek
sink
{f} bat

Ben denizde geminin battığını gördüm. - I saw the ship sink in the sea.

Kendinizi kayan kumda bulduğunuzda, hareket etmezseniz daha yavaş batarsınız. - If you find yourself in quicksand you'll sink more slowly if you don't move.

sink
azalmak
I´ve a sinking feeling you´re right
Korkarım haklısın
She entered the director´s office with a sinking feeling
Müdürün odasına endişe içinde girdi. Their spirits sank. Neşeleri kayboldu
counter sinking
(Mühendislik) konik havsa açma
sink
batır
i've a sinking feeling
Korkarım haklısın
secular sinking
çok yavaş alçalma
shaft sinking
kuyu delme
shaft sinking
kuyu açma (inme)
sink
lağım
sink
{f} mahvetmek
sink
kırılmak
sink
delikli taş
sink
düşürmek
sink
{f} yatırmak (sermaye)
sink
halsizlikten düşmek
sink
tesir etmek
sink
{f} dalmak
sink
{f} basmak
sink
çukurlaşmak
sink
garkolmak
sink
kafasına girmek
sink
yatırmak
sink
{f} düşmek
sink
etkilemek
sink
{f} fakirleşmek
sink
{f} gömmek
sink
kötüleşmek
sink
gurup etmek
sink
{f} durumu bozulmak
sink
{f} azalmak; (bir şeyin) değeri azalmak
sink
{f} alçaltmak
sink
ağır ağır inmek
sink
{f} hafiflemek
sink
irtifa kaybetmek
sink
{f} örtbas etmek
sink
yavaş yavaş ölmek
sink
girmek

Tom yerin dibine girmek istedi. - Tom wanted to sink through the floor.

Tom, utancından yerin dibine girmek istedi. - Tom wished to sink into the ground for shame.

sink
{f} fenalaşmak
sink
yıkılmak
sink
{f} işlemek
sink
{f} yerleştirmek
sink
derinliğine gitmek
sink
içine işleyip girmek
sink
{f} vazgeçmek
sink
unutulmak
sink
feragat etmek
sink
yer kapağı
sink
{f} (sank/sunk, sunk/sunk.en)
sinking fund
amortisman akçesi
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of sink
The act or process of sinking

I witnessed the sinking of my ship from the shore.

1. Being submerged2. (metalworking), a metalworking technique
{s} falling down below the surface; moving to a lower level; falling, descending; sloping downward; penetrating, permeating
from Sink
If you have a sinking feeling, you suddenly become depressed or lose hope. I began to have a sinking feeling that I was not going to get rid of her. see also sink
{f} submerge, fall down below the surface (especially in water); move down to a lower level; invest; fall, descend; slope or dip downward; become submerged; penetrate, permeate
{i} descent; gradual decline or fall; uneasy or apprehensive feeling
a descent as through liquid (especially through water); "they still talk about the sinking of the Titanic"
In atmospheric optics, a refraction phenomenon, the opposite of looming, in which an object on or slightly above the geographic horizon apparently sinks below it Compare inferior mirage, stooping
In this procedure, the tube is drawn through a die without inner tool, whereat essentially only outer and inner diameter is reduced and the wall thickness can increase or decrease to a low extend depending on the reduction ratio
Surface deformation on parts
Controlling oil spills by using an agent to trap the oil and sink it to the bottom of the body of water where the agent and the oil are biodegraded
A smithing technique to give form and volume to sheet metal by hammering the sheet into a recess
a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; "with a sinking heart"; "a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach
a slow fall or decline (as for lack of strength); "after several hours of sinking an unexpected rally rescued the market"; "he could not control the sinking of his legs"
The term is used here to describe the way a switch is connected in the circuit If the switch completes the electrical circuit by connecting the load to ground/(-) it is considered to be sinking the load In a solid state device this is equivalent to a NPN ouput
a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; "with a sinking heart"; "a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach"
A cold finishing operation to obtain exactly the desired diameter and/or to improve mechanical properties Performed by pulling a tube through a hardened die without using an interior tool (mandrel)
sinking feeling
A feeling of uneasiness or apprehension
sinking ship
A doomed cause; a lost cause; a loosing cause; a loosing proposition; an impending debacle; an on-going disaster; a bad deal

A great start two months ago and now their company's a sinking ship.

sinking fast
dying, expiring, dying down, declining at a rapid pace
sinking fund
The repayment of debt by an issuer at stated regular intervals through purchases in the open market or drawings by lot
sinking fund
A requirement specified in a bond indenture that obligates the firm to annually retire a specified portion of the debt
sinking fund
a fund accumulated regularly in a separate account and used to redeem debt securities
sinking fund
Money regularly set aside by a company and used to redeem its bonds, debentures, or preferred stock
sinking fund
Indentures governing corporate issues often require that the issuer make annual payments to a sinking fund, the proceeds of which are used to retire randomly selected bonds in the issue
sinking fund
Money regularly set aside by a company to redeem its bonds, debentures or preferred stock from time to time as specified in the indenture or charter
sinking fund
Fund created by a provision in many bond contracts that requires the issuer to set aside each year a portion of the final maturity payment so that investors can be certain that the funds will be available at maturity 253
sinking fund
Money that is accumulated in a separate custodial account for the purpose of redeeming debt securities or preferred stock issues
sinking fund
A fund set up to periodically retire a portion of the bonds outstanding, possibly in advance of their maturity dates The company uses calls, open market purchases, or tender offers to redeem (pay off) the bonds
sinking fund
money saved regularly by a business to pay for something in the future. Fund set aside by a corporation or government agency for the purpose of periodically redeeming bonds, debentures, and preferred stocks. The fund is accumulated from earnings, and payments into the fund may be based on either a fixed percentage of the outstanding debt or a fixed percentage of profits. Sinking funds are administered separately from the corporation's working funds by a trust company or trustee. The purpose of a sinking fund is to assure investors that provision has been made for the repayment of bonds at maturity
sinking fund
fund for repaying debts
sinking fund
~ Money set aside by an issuer of bonds on a regular basis, for the specific purpose of redeeming debt
sinking fund
A fund set up by a company to retire, over a period of time, the major part of a preferred share issue, or a debt issue prior to maturity The fund helps to "pay off" the debt issue over the term of the issue and can be compared to principal payments made by a mortgage holder Even though the issue is outstanding until maturity, the small incremental payments made under a sinking fund can make the maturity of the bond issue less onerous on the company Instead of having to re-fund the entire issue, there may only be a small outstanding balance A sinking fund security is attractive to investors as there is more assurance that the debt will be repaid on maturity
sinking fund
Money set aside on a regular basis, sometimes from current earnings, for the specific purpose of redeeming debt
sinking fund
Provision by an issuer of bonds to set aside money for later use in redeeming or retiring the principal of the bonds issued and outstanding, either at maturity or at another date specified in the bond
sinking fund
A portion of the Management Fee specifically dedicated to ensuring that the main structure, furniture and fittings of accommodation units (and sometimes leisure facilities) are kept in an 'as new' condition for the full period of ownership
sinking fund
A fund into which a company sets aside money over time, in order to retire its preferred stock, bonds or debentures
sinking fund
~ Money set aside by an issuer of bonds on a regular basis, for the specific purpose of redeeming debt
sinking fund
Financial reserves set aside to be used exclusively to redeem a bond or preferred stock issue and thus reassure investors that the company will be able to meet that obligation
sinking fund
Separate accumulation of cash or investments (including earnings on investments) in a fund in accordance with the terms of a trust agreement or indenture, funded by periodic deposits by the issuer (or other entity responsible for debt service), for the purpose of assuring timely availability of moneys for payment of debt service Usually used in connection with term bonds
sinking fund
A reserve or a sinking fund established or set aside for the purpose of payment of taxes anticipated to become due at the later date )Generally applicable only in leveraged leases )
sinking fund
A sinking fund requires that issuer's outstanding debt be paid down over time according to a set schedule Sinking funds eliminate the need for a balloon payment at maturity and also can reduce price volatility
sinking fund
Indentures on corporate issues often require that the issuer make annual payments to a sinking fund, the proceeds of which are used to retire randomly selected bonds in the issue
sinking fund
( I ) A fund established by the bond contract of an issue into which the issuer makes periodic deposits to assure the timely availability of aufficient moneys for the payment of debt service requirements The amounts of the revenues to be deposited into the sinking fund and the payments therefrom are determined by the terms of the bond contract Under a typical revenue pledge this fund is the first (under a gross revenue pledge) or the second (under a net revenue pledge) to be funded out of the revenue fund This fund is sometimes referred to as the "Debt Service Fund " See: FLOW OF FUNDS (2) A separate account in the overall sinking fund into which moneys are placed to be used to redeem securities' by open-market purchase, request for tenders or call, in accordance with a redemption schedule in the bond contract
sinking fund
(Fonds d'amortissement) A fund into which a company sets aside money over time, in order to pay off its preferred stock, bonds, or debentures
sinking fund
1 A fund accumulated by periodic deposits and reserved exclusively for a specific purpose, such as retirement of a debt or replacement of a property 2 A fund created by making periodic deposits (usually equal) at compound interest in order to accumulate a given sum at a given future time for some specific purpose
sinking fund
Money, either cash or an acceptable substitute, regularly set aside by a company out of its earnings at stated intervals to redeem all or part of its long-term debt as specified in the indenture The creation of a sinking fund provides for an orderly amortization of a debt over the life of an issue A Cash Sinking fund can be satisfied by cash or bonds purchased in the open market or called at the sinking fund call price A Property Additions Sinking Fund is generally satisfied by pledging a stated portion of the value of unmortgaged property
sinking speed
speed at which a body falls toward the ground
sinking spell
a temporary decline in health or value
like rats from a sinking ship
Quickly but in futility, away from a failing project
sink
A place that absorbs resources or energy
sink
Describing metaphorically the experience of apprehension, disappointment, or momentary depression as felt via an internal human organ (usually the heart)

Peter's heart sank. Don't you think it is dreadful? he asked.

sink
A depression in land where water collects, with no visible outlet
sink
A basin used for holding water for washing
sink
A heat sink
sink
An object or callback that captures events; event sink
sink
A sinkhole
sink
{v} to fall gradually, settle, decline, diminish, depress, degrade, suppress, conceal, plunge, pierce, dig
sink
{n} the head of a drain, a place of filth
Sinking fund
sinker
abandon a sinking ship
evacuate a ship that is sinking into the sea; leave a group or company because it is headed for failure
like rats leaving a sinking ship
behaving in a manner so as to save oneself before it is too late
sink
To bring low; to reduce in quantity; to waste; as, to sink a pit or a well; to sink a die
sink
pass into a specified state or condition; "He sank into Nirvana"
sink
Depression in the land surface; a negative potential area, as in a source and a sink
sink
If something sinks to a lower level or standard, it falls to that level or standard. Share prices would have sunk -- hurting small and big investors Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent The pound had sunk 10 per cent against the Schilling. = fall
sink
To fall by, or as by, the force of gravity; to descend lower and lower; to decline gradually; to subside; as, a stone sinks in water; waves rise and sink; the sun sinks in the west
sink
If something sharp sinks or is sunk into something solid, it goes deeply into it. I sank my teeth into a peppermint cream The spade sank into a clump of overgrown bushes
sink
Figuratively: To cause to decline; to depress; to degrade; hence, to ruin irretrievably; to destroy, as by drowping; as, to sink one's reputation
sink
embed deeply; "She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap"
sink
the amount an element is lowered, usually from the top of type page, but sometimes from the top of text page or trim, depending on customer definition Sink will be specified as visual or base to base space
sink
If you sink money into a business or project, you spend money on it in the hope of making more money. He has already sunk $25million into the project. = plough see also sinking, sunk
sink
plumbing fixture consisting of a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe
sink
The lowest part of a natural hollow or closed basin whence the water of one or more streams escapes by evaporation; as, the sink of the Humboldt River
sink
To cause to sink; to put under water; to immerse or submerge in a fluid; as, to sink a ship
sink
1 In the mathematical representation of fluid flow, a hypothetical point or place at which the fluid is absorbed
sink
cause to sink; "The Japanese sank American ships in Pearl Harbor"
sink
A place where pollutants are collected by means of processes such as absorption The opposite of source
sink
If you say that someone will have to sink or swim, you mean that they will have to succeed through their own efforts, or fail. The government doesn't want to force inefficient firms to sink or swim too quickly to sink without trace: see trace
sink
A sink is the same as a washbasin or basin. The bathroom is furnished with 2 toilets, 2 showers, and 2 sinks
sink
To descend into a liquid or other substance or material
sink
{i} wash basin; sewer, drain; cesspool; place where criminals gather; device that disposes of excess energy within an electrical circuit (Electronics); receiver, device that receives data or heat (Computers)
sink
(technology) a process that acts to absorb or remove energy or a substance from a system; "the ocean is a sink for carbon dioxide"
sink
To submerge (something) in a liquid or other substance or material
sink
In pollution terminology, any location where wastes are or ultimately become deposited, e g , in underground burial places, in underwater deposits, in ocean water
sink
A locally asymptotically stable fixed point
sink
1) Place in the environment where a compound or material collects 2) A process in which chemicals are removed from the environment or are otherwise made no longer available For example, the ocean is a sink for CO2 because crustaceans use a significant amount in building their shells of calcium carbonate (CaCO3)
sink
A hole or low place in land or rock, where waters sink and are lost; called also sink hole
sink
A place where water stops flowing on the surface and instead begins to flow underground
sink
descend into or as if into some soft substance or place; "He sank into bed"; "She subsided into the chair"
sink
A part of a plant that is actively growing and requires large amounts of photosynthetic sugars to support its development In many plants, reproductive structures such as flowers and fruits are large sinks for photosynthetic products
sink
To enter deeply; to fall or retire beneath or below the surface; to penetrate
sink
To cause (a ship, etc) to sink
sink
A reservoir that uptakes a pollutant from another part of its cycle Soil and trees tend to act as natural sinks for carbon
sink
happens in a riparian corridor when nutrients are taken up by plants and stored in plant tissue for extended periods of time
sink
Hence, to enter so as to make an abiding impression; to enter completely
sink
Any process, activity or mechanism which removes a greenhouse gas, an aerosol or a precursor of a greenhouse gas or aerosol from the atmosphere
sink
If something sinks, it moves slowly downwards. Far off to the west the sun was sinking
sink
A sink is a large fixed container in a kitchen, with taps to supply water. It is mainly used for washing dishes. The sink was full of dirty dishes. the kitchen sink
sink
To push (something) into something
sink
To decrease in volume, as a river; to subside; to become diminished in volume or in apparent height
sink
go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned
sink
as in a kitchen
sink
The process of providing storage for a substance For example, plants--through photosynthesis--transform carbon dioxide in the air into organic matter, which either stays in the plants or is stored in the soils The plants are a sink for carbon dioxide
sink
To put a window just below the lowest view
sink
If someone sinks a well, mine, or other large hole, they make a deep hole in the ground, usually by digging or drilling. the site where Stephenson sank his first mineshaft
sink
Arrows scroll from top down instead of bottom up
sink
If something sinks, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water. A fresh egg will sink and an old egg will float. float
sink
If a boat sinks or if someone or something sinks it, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water. In a naval battle your aim is to sink the enemy's ship The boat was beginning to sink fast The lifeboat crashed against the side of the sinking ship. + sinking sinkings sink·ing the sinking of the Titanic
sink
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly; "The real estate market fell off"
sink
To conseal and appropriate
sink
A place where a surface water course disappears underground Also known as 'streamsink'
sink
A sinking air mass Commonly found outside thermals, between lift sources or in rotors
sink
(1) Site of the storage of some material
sink
a complex fold in which a corner of the model is turned inside out to become a pocket Sinks may be either open or closed An open sink is one in which the layers of the paper can be opened to allow the sink to be achieved in a structured manner A closed sink is one where the layers of the paper cannot be opened and the sink must be performed in an ad hoc manner Closed sinks can often be turned into open sinks by a careful restructuring of the layers
sink
To make (a depression) by digging, delving, or cutting, etc
sink
fall or sink heavily; "He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"
sink
a depression in the ground communicating with a subterranean passage (especially in limestone) and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof
sink
plumbing fixture consisting of a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe (technology) a process that acts to absorb or remove energy or a substance from a system; "the ocean is a sink for carbon dioxide"
sink
appear to move downward; "The sun dipped below the horizon"; "The setting sun sank below the tree line"
sink
To keep out of sight; to suppress; to ignore
sink
A drain to carry off filthy water; a jakes
sink
{f} submerge, fall down below the surface (especially in water); move down to a lower level; invest; fall, descend; slope or dip downward; become submerged; penetrate, permeate
sink
A shallow box or vessel of wood, stone, iron, or other material, connected with a drain, and used for receiving filthy water, etc
sink
is a scientific term for storage or removal of a substance For example, plants through photosynthesis, transform carbon dioxide from the air into organic matter which is then "stored" in the plant or in the soil Plants are thus said to be sinks" for carbon One of the key uncertainties regarding climate is that the quantity of carbon held in the various sinks and the rates of exchange between them are not well known
sink
a covered cistern; waste water and sewage flow into it
sink
To reduce or extinguish by payment; as, to sink the national debt
sink
People use sink school or sink estate to refer to a school or housing estate that is in a very poor area with few resources. unemployed teenagers from sink estates
sink
A place in the environment where a compound or material collects See reservoir
sink
The motion of a sinker pitch
sink
Any natural or man-made systems that absorb and store GHGs, including CO2 from the atmosphere To be considered a sink, a system must be absorbing more CO2 than it is releasing so that the store of carbon must be expanding
sink
A collapsed blister or bubble leaving a depression in a product
sink
If your heart or your spirits sink, you become depressed or lose hope. My heart sank because I thought he was going to dump me for another girl
sink
fall or drop to a lower place or level; "He sank to his knees"
sink
To be overwhelmed or depressed; to fall slowly, as so the ground, from weakness or from an overburden; to fail in strength; to decline; to decay; to decrease
sink
go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned"
sink
Place in the environment where a compound or material collects
sink
To push an opposing player under the water
sinking

    Silbentrennung

    sink·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    sîngkîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈsəɴɢkəɴɢ/ /ˈsɪŋkɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'si[ng]k ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English sincan; akin to Old High German sinkan to sink.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    sinking fund, sinking ship

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