sterilize

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Englisch - Türkisch
kısırlaştırmak
sterilize etmek
mikropsuzlaştırmak
sterilizasyon yapmak
hadım etmek
sterilize et
{f} verimsizleştirmek
(Askeri) STERİLİZE ETMEK: Destekleyen ülkenin veya teşkilatın işaretlerinin veya aletlerinin tanıtmayı önlemek amacıyla gizli ve örtülü harekatlarda kullanılan malzemeden çıkarılması
(Tıp) Döl vermeyen
{f} mikroplardan arındırmak
(Tıp) 1.Sterilize etmek, mikroplarını kırmak
sterilization
{i} kısırlaştırma
sterilization
{i} mikroplardan arındırma
sterilizer
(Tıp) sterilizasyon aleti
sterilizer
sterilize edici
sterilized
{f} sterilize et
sterilized
sterilize

Her şey sterilize edilmek zorunda kalacak. - Everything will have to be sterilized.

sterilizer
sterilize aleti
sterilizer
sterilizatör
sterilised
sterilize
sterilized
sterilize edilmiş
sterilise
f., İng., bak. sterilize
sterilised
steril edilmiş
sterilization
sterilizasyon
sterilization
(Tıp) Bakterileri tahrib etme (dezenfeksiyonla karıştırılmamalı, dezenfeksiyon yalnız patojen olanları, sterilizasyon, bütün bakterileri tahrip etmektedir), mikroplarını kırma
sterilization
{i} verimsizleştirme
sterilization
{i} sterilize etme
sterilization
arındırma/kısırlaştırma
sterilized
steril

Her şey sterilize edilmek zorunda kalacak. - Everything will have to be sterilized.

sterilized
mikropsuz
sterilizer
{i} (sterilizasyonda kullanılan) otoklav
sterilizer
(Diş Hekimliği) Sterilizasyon sağlayıcı herhangi bir alet
sterilizer
(Askeri) MAYIN ZAMAN TERTİBATI: Bir mayına yerleştirilmiş tertibat olup, bu tertibat önceden tespit edilmiş bir süre geçince mayını ya patlatır ya da gayri faal hale getirir
sterilizer
(Tıp) Sterilize eden cihaz
sterilizer
(isim) sterilizatör
to sterilize
sterilize etmek
to sterilize
mikropsuzlaştırmak
Türkisch - Türkisch
Kısırlaştırılmış
Bozulmasına yol açabilecek mikroorganizmalardan ve fermentlerden sterilizasyon yöntemiyle arınmış olan (ürün vb.)
Bozulmasına yol açabilecek mikroorganizmalardan ve fermentlerden sterilizasyon yöntemiyle arınmış olan ürün vb
Her türlü mikroptan arınmış
sterilize etmek
Mikroplarını öldürmek
Englisch - Englisch
To deprive a male or female the ability to procreate
To make unable to produce. To make unprofitable
To kill, deactivate (denature), or destroy (break apart) all living, viable microorganisms and spores that would be on a surface, in a fluid, or contained in a compound, such as culture media or a medical product
{v} to make barren or unfruitful
Sterilizing is done to eliminate any microorganisms from contact with the beer as it is being made, to avoid spoilage It is accomplished by proper use of sterilizing solution and proper rinsing
To neutralize all resistance in an area
make free from bacteria
What you do to your first baby's pacifier by boiling it and to your last baby's pacifier by blowing on it
To make sterile or unproductive; to impoverish, as land; to exhaust of fertility
To destroy microorganisms with boiling water, dry heat or steam
To destroy all spores or germs in (an organic fluid or mixture), as by heat, so as to prevent the development of bacterial or other organisms
To cleanse and purify through exposure to intense heat
What you do to your first baby's pacifier by boiling it and to your last baby's pacifier by blowing on it
The use of a physical or chemical procedure to destroy all microbial life including highly resistant bacterial endospores
make infertile; "in some countries, people with genetically transmissible disbilites are sterilized"
To deprive of the power of reproducing; to render incapable of germination or fecundation; to make sterile
If a person or an animal is sterilized, they have a medical operation that makes it impossible for them to have or produce babies. My wife was sterilized after the birth of her fourth child. + sterilization sterilizations steri·li·za·tion In some cases, a sterilization is performed through the vaginal wall
steri·lize sterilizes sterilizing sterilized in BRIT, also use sterilise1. If you sterilize a thing or a place, you make it completely clean and free from germs. Sulphur is also used to sterilize equipment + sterilization steri·li·za·tion the pasteurization and sterilization of milk
make infertile; "in some countries, people with genetically transmissible disbilites are sterilized" make free from bacteria
To destroy microorganisms by heating with steam, dry heat, or by boiling in a liquid for 20 to 30 minutes
{f} make sterile, make infertile; decontaminate, disinfect (also sterilise)
sterilise
: To sterilize
sterilization
an instance of a sterilization procedure

The vet performed several sterilizations this week.

sterilization
The process of treating something to kill microorganisms

Heat sterilization is used during canning so the food can be safely stored for long periods.

sterilizer
A device used to sterilize, killing pathogens by means such as heat, UV light, chemicals, etc

The hospital was in trouble when the sterilizer broke; they almost had to shut down the operating room.

To sterilize
sterilise
sterilise
make free from bacteria
sterilise
{f} make sterile, make infertile; decontaminate, disinfect (also sterilize)
sterilise
make infertile; "in some countries, people with genetically transmissible disbilites are sterilized"
sterilised
made free from live bacteria or other microorganisms; "sterilized instruments"
sterilised
made infertile
sterilised
{s} made sterile; decontaminated, disinfected (also sterilized)
sterilised
past of sterilise
sterilises
third-person singular of sterilise
sterilising
present participle of sterilise
sterilization
Treating wood with chemicals or by steaming to kill fungi and insects that otherwise may damage the wood
sterilization
Process of cleaning and steam or gas autoclaving materials such that the latter will consistently produce negative results when tested with biological indicators
sterilization
the procedure of making some object free of live bacteria or other microorganisms (usually by heat or chemical means) the act of making an organism barren or infertile (unable to reproduce)
sterilization
The removal or destruction of all microorganisms, including pathogenic and other bacteria, vegetative forms and spores Compare with disinfection
sterilization
The complete destruction of all microorganisms, including spores It can be achieved by dry heat or steam under pressure
sterilization
{i} act or process of sterilizing; act of making an organism infertile; state of being sterilized; decontamination, disinfection (also sterilisation)
sterilization
the procedure of making some object free of live bacteria or other microorganisms (usually by heat or chemical means)
sterilization
à surface sterilization
sterilization
The act or process of sterilizing, or rendering sterile; also, the state of being sterile
sterilization
the act of making an organism barren or infertile (unable to reproduce)
sterilization
the act of rendering something free from living cells In hydroponics it is essential that all materials (especially any growing medium) used are sterile to avoid contaminating the hydroponic system Steam and chemical agents are often used in this process
sterilization
The removal or destruction of all microorganisms, including pathogenic and other bacteria, vegetative forms and spores
sterilization
The destruction of all microorganisms
sterilization
A monetary policy operation used to offset a foreign exchange intervention
sterilization
The process by which all living cells, viable spores, viruses, and viroids are either destroyed or removed from an object or habitat (See 137)
sterilization
The complete elimination of all microscopic organisms using heat, irradiation, gas or chemicals
sterilization
A procedure to permanently prevent an organism from reproducing
sterilization
Any process, chemical or physical, which will destroy all living organisms
sterilization
The killing or eradication of all viable vegetative and persistent forms of pathogenic and apathogenic micro-organisms in materials and preparations or on objects [6] using a suitable, efficacy-controlled process
sterilization
The method used to render a material free from living organisms Usual methods include steam under pressure, gas, and ionizing radiation
sterilization
Any medical procedure that disables a person's ability to reproduce
sterilization
Central Bank activity in the domestic money market to reduce the impact on money supply of its intervention activities in the FX market
sterilization
A validated process used to render a product free of all forms of viable micro-organisms Note: In a sterilization process, the nature of microbiological death is described by an exponential function Therefore, the presence of micro-organisms on an individual item can be expressed in terms of probability While this probability can be reduced to a very low number, it can never be reduced to zero
sterilization
is a process capable of destroying all forms of microbial life on inanimate surfaces
sterilization
Mortify or seperation of all microorganisms
sterilization
Any surgical procedure intended to end fertility permanently (see contraception). Such operations remove or interrupt the anatomical pathways through which the cells involved in fertilization travel (see reproductive system). They are relatively simple and more than 99% effective. The operations used in humans are vasectomy in men and tubal ligation (tying off and blocking or cutting of the fallopian tubes) in women. Though these operations are considered permanent, the development of microsurgery has improved the chances of reversal. Animals are sterilized by castration in males and spaying (removal of the ovaries) in females
sterilized
past of sterilize
sterilized
{s} made sterile; decontaminated, disinfected (also sterilised)
sterilized
made infertile
sterilized
made free from live bacteria or other microorganisms; "sterilized instruments"
sterilizer
One that sterilizes anything; specif
sterilizer
a device for heating substances above their boiling point; used to manufacture chemicals or to sterilize surgical instruments
sterilizer
{i} person who sterilizes, thing that sterilizes; apparatus used to sterilize surgical instruments; apparatus used to heat substances above the boiling point (also steriliser)
sterilizer
an apparatus for sterilizing an organic fluid or mixture
sterilizer
One of three groups of antimicrobials registered by EPA for public health uses EPA considers an antimicrobial to be a sterilizer when it destroys or eliminates all forms of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and their spores Because spores are considered the most difficult form of a microorganism to destroy, EPA considers the term sporicide to be synonymous with "sterilizer "
sterilizers
plural of sterilizer
sterilizes
third-person singular of sterilize
sterilizing
present participle of sterilize
sterilize
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