smelt

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Englisch - Türkisch
eritmek
kaletmek (maden külçesini)
(madeni arıtım için) eritmek
{f} kok

O, kapıyı açar açmaz yanan bir şeyin kokusunu aldı. - The instant he opened the door, he smelt something burning.

Sami'nin sigaraları marihuana gibi kokuyordu. - Sami's cigarettes smelt like marijuana.

kal etmek
kokan
çamuka sand smelt aterina
{f} eritmek (maden)
kal et
{f} (maden külçesini) kaletmek, (maden külçesini) ergiterek (madeni) yabancı maddelerden ayırmak
smell kok/kokla
maden tasfiyecisi
smelterkalcı
f., bak. smell
{f} arıtmak
tasfiye fırını
{i} gümüş balığı [(Zooloji) ]
{i} osmerus
tasfiyehane
Atherina presbyter
{f} döküm yapmak
gümüş balığı
smell
koklamak

Tom çiçeği koklamak için eğildi. - Tom leaned down to smell the flower.

Tanzanya'da yiyecek koklamak, kibar olmayan hatta çok görgüsüzce bir davranıştır. - It is impolite, or even gross, to smell food in Tanzania.

smell
kokmak

Sigara dumanı gibi kokmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to smell like cigarette smoke.

smell
{i} koku

O, hiçbir şekilde berbat çürüyen soğan kokusuna tahammül edemedi. - He could not by any means tolerate the ghastly smell of rotting onion.

Sansar kötü kokusuyla bilinir. - The weasel is noted for its bad smell.

mediterranean sand smelt
(Denizbilim) çamuka balığı
sand smelt
aterina
sand smelt
(Denizbilim) aterina balığı
sand smelt
(Denizbilim) gümüş
smell
koku duyma
smell
(Tıp) koku alma
smell
-in kokusunu almak
smell
kokmak (kötü)
smell
(Tıp) koklama duyusu
smell
-in kokusunu duymak
smell
dem
smell
koku vermek
smell
eritmek
smell
kokmuş
smelled
kokmak
smelted
eritilmiş (cevher)
smelter
kalcı
smelter
(Madencilik) izabe tesisi
smelting
(Ticaret) eritme
smelting
(Ticaret) izabe
sand smelt
platerina
sand smelt
gümüş balığı
smell
{f} kok

Bu, peynir gibi kokuyor. - This smells like cheese.

Caz ölmedi, sadece komik kokuyor. - Jazz isn't dead, it just smells funny.

smell
iz
smell
eser
smell
pis kokmak
smell
kokusunu almak
smell
koklama

Tom çiçeği koklamak için eğildi. - Tom leaned down to smell the flower.

Taze yapılmış kahveyi koklamak çok harika! - It's so wonderful to smell freshly made coffee!

smell
koku alma duyusu

Bir köpek keskin bir koku alma duyusuna sahiptir. - A dog has a sharp sense of smell.

Tom koku alma duyusunu kaybetti. - Tom lost his sense of smell.

smell
fena kokmak
smell
sezmek
smell
iy
smell
kokuşmak
smelled
{f} kok

Gerçekten güzel koktu. - It smelled really good.

Oda sanki birisi sigara içiyormuş gibi kokuyordu. - The room smelled like someone had been smoking.

smell
{f} koku almak
smell
kokar

monkeys smell bad.

Yemek yapmadan önce, tereyağlı kabak kavun gibi kokar. - Before it's cooked, butternut squash smells like melon.

Iy! Amcamın bodrumu kokarca gibi kokuyor! - Ew! My uncle's basement smells of skunk!

smell
{f} hissetmek
smell
kokui
smelled
kokan

Tom büyük bir tencerede gerçekten iyi kokan bir şey pişiriyordu. - Tom was cooking something in a large pot that smelled really good.

smelted
ergitilmiş
sand smelt
gümüş balığı [zool.]
smell
smell of ima etmek
smell
smell a rat şüphelenmek
smell
kötü kokmak
smell
koklamak; -in kokusunu duymak/almak: Bend down and smell those roses! Eğilip o gülleri kokla! I smell coffee. Kahve kokusu
smell
{f} 1. koklamak; -in kokusunu duymak/almak: Bend down and smell those roses! Eğilip o gülleri kokla! I smell coffee. Kahve kokusu
smell
{i} pis koku

Bodrum, çirkin, karanlık ve pis kokulu. - The basement is ugly, dark, and smelly.

Burnunu tıka böylece pis kokuyu koklamazsın. - Hold your nose so you don't smell the stench.

smell
hava

Hava bile farklı kokuyordu. - Even the air smelled different.

Yangından sonra, duman kokusu günlerce havada kaldı. - After the fire, the smell of smoke remained in the air for days.

smell
bir hile olduğunu sezmek
smell
aroma
smell
smell out kokusunu alar
smell
smell about araştırmak
smell
ima
smell
kokusunda olmak
smelter
maden fabrika
smelter
dökümcü
smelter
{i} tasfiye fırını
smelting
maden eritme
smelting
döküm
Englisch - Englisch
Simple past tense and past participle of smell
to fuse two things into one, especially when involving ores; to meld
Production of metal from ore; or, any of the various liquids or semi-molten solids produced and used during the course of such production

Women are allowed to play some small part in the smelt if they are breastfeeding or post-menopausal (van der Merwe and Avery, 1988).

a family of small anadromous fish common in the North American Great Lakes
{v} to extract metal from ore
{n} a seafish
extract (metals) by heating
small cold-water silvery fish; migrate between salt and fresh water
A gull; a simpleton
They are esteemed as food, and have a peculiar odor and taste
small trout-like silvery marine or freshwater food fishes of cold northern waters
Any of the small, slender fishes of the family Osmeridæ, characterized by a large mouth, cycloid scales, a lateral line, an adipose fin, and no spines in the fins They eat crustaceans Represented in the North Country by the popular Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax), a small, ocean fish introduced into the Great Lakes early in the last century and arriving in Superior by 1930 Their annual spawning run up the streams of the North Shore is a major event
A small, schooling fish Many larger fishes eat smelt
of Smell
past of smell
{i} small silvery edible fish native of cold northern waters (in Europe and North America)
{f} melt or fuse ore to extract the metal content
To melt or fuse (ores) in order to separate the metallic constituents
small trout-like silvery marine or freshwater food fishes of cold northern waters small cold-water silvery fish; migrate between salt and fresh water extract (metals) by heating
to melt or fuse
Any one of numerous species of small silvery salmonoid fishes of the genus Osmerus and allied genera, which ascend rivers to spawn, and sometimes become landlocked in lakes
To melt or fuse, as, ore, for the purpose of separating and refining the metal; hence, to reduce; to refine; to flux or scorify; as, to smelt tin
To extract a metal – such as copper – from its ores – typically oxide and carbonate ores – by heating in a fire or a furnace
To smelt a substance containing metal means to process it by heating it until it melts, so that the metal is extracted and changed chemically. Darby was looking for a way to improve iron when he hit upon the idea of smelting it with coke instead of charcoal. To melt or fuse. Used of ores. Any of various small silvery marine and freshwater food fishes of the family Osmeridae, found in cold waters of the Northern Hemisphere, especially Osmerus mordax of North America and O. eperlanus of Europe. A past tense and a past participle of smell. a past tense and past participle of smell. to melt a rock that contains metal in order to remove the metal. Any of certain slender, silvery, carnivorous, food fishes (family Osmeridae) having a small fleshy (Finans) Smelts live in cold northern seas, and most species spawn a short distance upstream. The American smelt (Osmerus mordax), introduced from the Atlantic to the Great Lakes, is the largest smelt, about 15 in. (38 cm) long. The European smelt (O. eperlanus) is similar. Among Pacific species are the rainbow herring, capelin, and eulachon, or candlefish, which is so oily at spawning time that it can be dried and burned as a candle. Silversides (see grunion) and other unrelated fishes are sometimes called smelts
To fuse or melt ore in order to extract or refine the metal it contains
Smelt is a past tense and past participle of smell
Inorganic chemicals obtained in molten form from the recovery furnace
he who smelt it dealt it
Used to suggest that a person calling attention to or complaining about a given problem may in fact be the source of the problem
he who smelt it dealt it
A person who calls attention to or complains about a fart is likely trying to pretend it wasn't his or her own
smell
A sensation, pleasant or unpleasant, detected by inhaling air (or, the case of water-breathing animals, water) carrying airborne molecules of a substance

The penetrating smell of cabbage reached the nose of Toad as he lay prostrate in his misery on the floor, and gave him the idea for a moment that perhaps life was not such a blank and desperate thing as he had imagined. But still he wailed, and kicked with his legs, and refused to be comforted. So the wise girl retired for the time, but, of course, a good deal of the smell of hot cabbage remained behind, as it will do, and Toad, between his sobs, sniffed and reflected, and gradually began to think new and inspiring thoughts: of chivalry, and poetry.

smell
To have a particular smell, whether good or bad

The roses smell lovely.

smelting
The process of melting or fusion, especially to extract a metal from its ore
smell
{n} the power or act of smelling, scent, odor
smell
{v} to perceive by means of the nose
smelter
{n} one who smelts or melts ore
The smelt
frostfish
american smelt
common smelt of eastern North America and Alaska
european smelt
common smelt of Europe
rainbow smelt
common smelt of eastern North America and Alaska
rainbow smelt
important marine and landlocked food fish of eastern North America and Alaska
smell
Your sense of smell is the ability that your nose has to detect things. people who lose their sense of smell
smell
To exercise the sense of smell
smell
To give heed to
smell
the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form; "she loved the smell of roses"
smell
Odors drift into the nose and cause the smell receptors to send messages to the brain The smell part of the brain is in the limbic region, and is connected to feeling and memory
smell
The smell of something is a quality it has which you become aware of when you breathe in through your nose. the smell of freshly baked bread. horrible smells
smell
(an acute sense) James Mitchell was deaf, dumb, and blind from birth, “but he distinguished persons by their smell, and by means of the same sense formed correct judgments as to character ” (Nineteenth Century, April, 1894, p 579 )
smell
The sense that detects smells
smell
To perceive odor or scent through stimuli affecting the olfactory nerves
smell
If you smell something, you become aware of it when you breathe in through your nose. As soon as we opened the front door we could smell the gas
smell
any property detected by the olfactory system
smell
If you smell something, you put your nose near it and breathe in, so that you can discover its smell. I took a fresh rose out of the vase on our table, and smelled it. = sniff
smell
To sense a smell or smells
smell
the act of perceiving the odor of something
smell
The quality of any thing or substance, or emanation therefrom, which affects the olfactory organs; odor; scent; fragrance; perfume; as, the smell of mint
smell
inhale the odor of; perceive by the olfactory sense
smell
American English usually uses the form smelled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either smelled or smelt
smell
the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people; "the feel of the city excited him"; "a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"; "it had the smell of treason"
smell
To have the smell (of)
smell
If you say that something smells, you mean that it smells unpleasant. Ma threw that out. She said it smelled Do my feet smell?
smell
to smell a rat: see rat
smell
{f} perceive an odor through the nose by means of the sense of smell; examine with the nose sniff; stink; emit an odor or fragrance; sense, perceive, discern
smell
the act of perceiving the odor of something the faculty of smell the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form; "she loved the smell of roses"
smell
To perceive by the olfactory nerves, or organs of smell; to have a sensation of, excited through the nasal organs when affected by the appropriate materials or qualities; to obtain the scent of; as, to smell a rose; to smell perfumes
smell
The sense or faculty by which certain qualities of bodies are perceived through the instrumentally of the olfactory nerves
smell
To have a particular tincture or smack of any quality; to savor; as, a report smells of calumny
smell
To exercise sagacity
smell
{i} act of smelling, sniffing; sense of smell; scent, odor, fragrance; characteristic quality, aura
smell
To affect the olfactory nerves; to have an odor or scent; often followed by of; as, to smell of smoke, or of musk
smell
­ 1 to perceive the scent of something 2 to have or give off an odor
smell
the faculty of smell
smell
To detect or perceive, as if by the sense of smell; to scent out; often with out
smell
emit an odor; "The soup smells good"
smell
smell bad; "He rarely washes, and he smells"
smell
If something smells in a particular way, it has a quality which you become aware of through your nose. The room smelled of lemons It smells delicious. a crumbly black substance that smells like fresh soil
smelled
past of smell
smelted
{s} melted or fused in order to extract the metal content (of ore)
smelted
past of smelt
smelter
A person employed to do smelting
smelter
A machine used to smelt metal
smelter
A place where smelting is done
smelter
One who, or that which, smelts
smelter
an industrial plant for smelting
smelter
{i} establishment for smelting, place where metal is obtained by melting or fusing ore; one who smelts ore
smelter
Any metallurgical operation in which metal is separated by fusion from those impurities with which it may be chemically combined or physically mixed, such as in ores The smelting process is distinct from roasting, sintering, fire refining and other pyrometallurgical operations The two most important operations are reduction smelting which produces molten metal and molten slag and matte smelting which produces molten matte and molten slag Slag is a waste product and matte is the resulting metallic sulphide mixture containing the valuable minerals (e g , copper, lead, nickel, etc ), ready for refining
smelter
A smelter is a container for smelting metal
smelter
A facility that melts or fuses ore, often with an accompanying chemical change, to separate its metal content Emissions cause pollution "Smelting" is the process involved
smelter
An operation to extract metal from ore by melting
smelting
Process of producing molten aluminium by the reduction of alumina
smelting
Melting scrap for a crude separation of precious metals from impurities, generally in preparation for refining
smelting
The high-temperature process by which pure metal is produced from an ore
smelting
The process of extracting crude metal from its ore or concentrate by fusion, before being sent to the refinery for final processing
smelting
The process of melting ore in order to release the desired minerals from their gangue
smelting
Fusion or melting process in order to separate metals
smelting
Process where a metal is separated from the other materials in an ore mineral
smelting
A process in which a metal oxide (such as PbO, ZnO, or Fe2O3) is reduced to the corresponding metal
smelting
a metallurgical process that involves reducing metal ions to the free metal
smelting
from Smelt
smelting
The process of extracting a metal from its ores by heating; the chemical reduction of the oxide of the metal with carbon in a furnace Earth and other impurities, separating as lighter and more fusible slags, can readily be removed from the reduced metal
smelting
The extraction of metal from its ore by heating
smelting
Process by which a metal is obtained from its ore, either as the element or as a simple compound, usually by heating beyond the melting point, ordinarily in the presence of reducing agents such as coke or oxidizing agents such as air (see oxidation-reduction). A metal whose ore is an oxygen compound (e.g., iron, zinc, or lead oxide) is heated (reduction smelting) in a blast furnace to a high temperature; the oxide combines with the carbon in the coke, escaping as carbon monoxide or carbon dioxide. Other impurities are removed by adding flux, with which they combine to form slag. If the ore is a sulfide mineral (e.g., copper, nickel, lead, or cobalt), air or oxygen is blasted through (matte smelting) to oxidize the sulfide to sulfur dioxide and any iron to oxide slag, leaving the metal. See also metallurgy; mineral processing
smelting
the process of high temperature heating of metallic ores in order to melt and separate the pure metal from associated impurities
smelts
plural of , smelt
smelts
third-person singular of smelt
smelts
osmeridae
smelt
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