listen to the pronunciation of spa
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} spa
{i} kaplıca

Mary ile bir kaplıcaya gittim. - I went to a spa with Mary.

Bu kaplıcanın açık hava kaplıcası harika. - The outdoor spa at this hot-spring is wonderful.

(Askeri) özel psikolojik harekat değerlendirmesi; denizaltı devriye bölgesi (special psychological operations (PSYOP) assessment; submarine patrol area)
{i} ılıca
{i} içmeler
bk. Secure Password Authentication
{i} kaplıca şehri
maden suyu kaynağı
spa pedicure
spa pedikürü
health spa
health spa
health spa
a course of treatment at a spa
kaplıca tedavisi
logon using spa
(Bilgisayar) spa kullanarak oturum aç
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
A town located in the Belgian province of Liège, famous for its hot springs
A health club
A health resort near a mineral spring or hot spring
A trendy or fashionable resort
A spring or mineral water; so called from a place of this name in Belgium
Special Protection Area
a place of business with equipment and facilities for exercising and improving physical fitness
Special Purpose Average According to ANSI S3 22-1987, the averaged response at specially designated frequencies
{i} mineral spring; resort area with mineral springs; luxurious resort; health spa, establishment that provides facilities for improving one's physical fitness
A process in which a system administrator can define a user - including accounts, access rights, and passwords - and assign the user access to all relevant target systems at one time (i e , at a single point in the administration process)
Specially Protected Area See: http: //www aad gov au/environment/areaprotection/
a popular form of aquatic recreation Available in a range of sizes and shapes, these products are used for relaxing bathing, arthritis relief and fun!!! Portable, ready to plug in and inground, built-in variations are available Units feature heated water, air jets and massage therapy Hot tubs are a design variation, usually of wooden construction The phrase "hot tub" is sometimes used interchangeably with that of the term "spa "
Employees subject to the State Personnel Act
Special Protection Area Sites of international importance classified under the EC Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds These sites are also SSSIs under national legislation, however special considerations, as set out by the Habitats Directive, apply to development proposals in or likely to affect them
A small tank of water that may seat from two to twelve people Water is heated to near body temperature, mixed with air and introduced to the spa to give the bather an invigorating bath
A resort providing therapeutic baths / A resort area having mineral springs
The maximum permitted spinnaker area
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Means the "cure of water" It has transformed into wonderful treatments utilizing the benefits of sea and mineral water
Ramsar's Senior Policy Advisor (former Bureau staff position)
Special Protection Area (Birds Directive)
a fashionable hotel usually in a resort area
Service Planning Area
a health resort near a spring or at the seaside
Special Purpose Agency May be used to issue bonds to retire stranded debt in preparation for deregulation Stranded costs/investments - Prudent costs incurred by a utility which may not be recoverable under market-based retail competition Examples are undepreciated generating facilities, deferred costs, and long term contract costs For NCMPA1 and NCEMPA, the bond debt is considered a stranded cost Unregulated - Those portions of the utility industry not regulated by FERC or state utility commissions Such aspects as generation and power marketing are unregulated The uncertainty of deregulation is forcing utilities to consider beefing up their efforts in the unregulated portions of the business
Symbolic Processing Array The SPA consists of those processors that are part of, or are connected to, the IUA and that perform knowledge-based image understanding tasks In the original IUA architecture, the SPA was the top level array of processors designed to specifically execute schema systems In the current IUA, any processor that performs high-level vision tasks is considered to be part of the SPA even if it also performs non-SPA tasks as well
Secure Password Authentication - SPA is used to prevent unauthorized use of a SMTP mail host to send e-mail It is used by MSN to send e-mail SPA is not supported by Windows CE's Inbox The Pocket PC 2002 supports SPA in the Inbox application
A spa is a place where water with minerals in it comes out of the ground. People drink the water or go in it in order to improve their health. Fiuggi, a spa town famous for its water
SIP Provisioning Agent It is the provisioning client for sipd It is installed if the CSPS GUI-based provisioning system is used
A health spa is a kind of hotel where people go to do exercise and have special treatments in order to improve their health. Spring or resort with thermal or mineral water for drinking and bathing. The word derives from a Belgian town whose springs reputedly had curative powers. Mineral springs usually contain various salts, trace minerals, and gases; many are naturally carbonated. Most thermal springs (see hot spring) also contain minerals. Warm-water bathing aids relaxation (see hydrotherapy), and high salt or sulfur content helps some skin conditions. Drinking mineral water is believed to aid digestion, and waters with specific minerals are used for particular conditions
dental spa
A dental practice incorporating spa facilities, intended to help patients feel more comfortable and relaxed
A spa
Fiat SpA
International holding company and major Italian manufacturer of automobiles, trucks, and industrial vehicles and components. In 1899 Giovanni Agnelli (1866-1945) founded the firm that was incorporated as Fiat in 1906; he led the firm until his death. His grandson Giovanni Agnelli (1921-2003) served as chairman from 1966 until 1996, when his title became honorary. Paulo Fresco was named chairman in 1998. In 1979 the corporation converted to a holding company; in 1986 it acquired the sports-car manufacturer Alfa Romeo SpA. Among its automobile brands are Ferrari and Lancia
Olivetti & C. SpA
Italian electronics and telecommunications company. Founded by Camillo Olivetti (1868-1943), the firm began making typewriters in 1908. Camillo's son Adriano studied manufacturing and plant management in the U.S. in the 1920s, and as company president from 1938 made Olivetti into Europe's principal maker of business machines. The company later produced calculators, microcomputers, and copiers. In 1982 its U.S. subsidiary was purchased by Docutel Corp. and became Docutel/Olivetti Corp. In the late 1990s Olivetti sold off its money-losing computer business and remade itself as a telecommunications company with holdings in mobile and fixed-line telephones
health spa
A business establishment with equipment and facilities for exercising and improving physical fitness. a place where people pay to stay so that they can do physical exercise, eat healthy food, and have beauty treatments British Equivalent: health farm
health spa
a place of business with equipment and facilities for exercising and improving physical fitness
plural of spa
Türkisch - Englisch
(Denizbilim) sequential population analysis
spa pedikürü
spa pedicure

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈspä/ /ˈspɑː/


    [ spä, spo ] (noun.) 1610. The term is derived from the name of the Belgian town of Spa, where since medieval times illnesses caused by iron deficiency were treated by drinking chalybeate (iron bearing) spring water. In 16th century England the old Roman ideas of medicinal bathing were revived at towns like Bath, and in 1571 William Slingsby who had been to the Belgian town (which he called Spaw) discovered a chalybeate spring in Yorkshire. He built an enclosed well at what became known as Harrogate, the first resort in England for drinking medicinal waters, then in 1596 Dr. Timothy Bright called the resort The English Spaw, beginning the use of the word Spa as a generic description rather than as the place name of the Belgian town. At first this term referred specifically to resorts for water drinking rather than bathing, but this distinction was gradually lost and many spas offer external remedies. There are various stories about the origin of the name. A Belgian spring of iron bearing water was called Espa from the Walloon term for "fountain", and was used in 1326 as a cure by an iron master with such success that he founded a health resort that developed into the town. It has also been suggested that the term Espa may be derived from the name of the resort, and that its source could be the Latin word spargere meaning "to scatter, sprinkle or moisten". It is often suggested that the word is an acronym of various Latin phrases such as Sanitas (or Salus) Per Aquas (or Aquam) meaning "health through water", or Solus Per Aqua meaning "water in itself", all of which seem to have modern origins. Although such explanations are widespread, they are almost certainly backronyms – words formed from acronyms are very much a twentieth-century phenomenon.

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