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Englisch - Türkisch

Karbon monoksit karbon bileşiklerinin tam yanmamasından oluşan zehirli bir maddedir. - Carbon monoxide is a poisonous substance formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon compounds.

Zaman ne forma ne de maddeye sahiptir. - Time has neither form nor substance.

(the ile) önemli bölüm
asıl anlam
{i} ana fikir
{i} güçlülük
özet olarak
{i} asıl mesele
in substance esasında
{i} esas
{i} servet
(Tıp) Madde, cisim bir organın oluşmuş maddesi, substantia
{i} içerik
{i} sağlamlık
{i} zenginlik
{i} esaslılık, önem: The speech lacked substance. Konuşmada önemli hiçbir
{i} özlülük
(Kimya) kimyasal madde

Bezler vücuda kimyasal maddeler salgılar. - Glands secrete chemical substances into the body.

(Hukuk) maddi içerik
substance-related disorders
(Geometri) Uyuşturucu madde kullanımıyla ilişkili hastalıklar
substance abuse
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) madde istismarı
substance abuse
madde kötüye kullanımı
substance dependence
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) madde bağımlılığı
substance over form
(Ticaret) özün önceliği
substance p
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) p maddesi
Substance abuse
Madde bağımlılığı; uyuşturucu maddelerin kötü amaçlı kullanımı
substance abuse
Bağımlılık yapan maddelerin kötüye kullanımı
substance abuser
Uyuşturucu madde bağımlısı
substance addiction
Madde bağımlılığı
substance over form concept
Özün önceliği kavramı.Muhasebenin temel kavramlarından özün önceliği kavramı
substance that reduces congestion
tıkanıklık azaltır madde
substance which kills spores
sporları öldüren madde
substance cycle
(Askeri) madde dönüşümü
substance of the indictment
(Kanun) iddianamenin esası
substance spill
(Askeri) maddenin dökülmesi
substance spill
(Askeri) maddenin boşaltılması
substance transfer
(Askeri) madde transferi
substance withdrawal
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) madde uzaklaşımı
sum and substance
(deyim) can damarı
buffer substance
(Biyokimya) tampon madde
dried substance
(Tıp) kurutulmuş madde
explosive substance
patlayıcı madde
foreign substance
(deyim,Tekstil) yabancı madde
pure substance
(Otomotiv) saf madde
pure substance
arı madde
active substance
aktif madde
colloid substance
koloidal madde
flammable substance
tutuşucu madde
gray substance
gri cevher
intercellular substance
hücrelerarası madde
liquid body substance
vücut sıvısı
lubricating substance
yağlama maddesi
magnetic substance
manyetik madde
organic substance
organik madde
translucent substance
yarı şeffaf madde
transparent substance
şeffaf madde
white substance
beyaz cevher
controlled substance
kontrollü madde
economic substance
ekonomik madde
give substance
Bir şeyin doğru olduğunu göstermek
give substance to something
Bir şeyin doğru olduğunu göstermek
ground substance
zemin madde
inherent reality or substance
doğal gerçeklik veya madde
man of substance
Madde adam
natural substance
(Eğitim) Doğal madde, tabiattaki haliyle madde
pleasure inducing substance
keyif verici madde
volatile substance
uçucu madde
a man of substance
(fiil)rlıklı adam
a man of substance
varlıklı adam
absorbed substance
(Tekstil) emici maddeler
absorbing substance
(Tekstil) emici maddeler
alarm substance
(Denizbilim) alarm maddesi
albuminous substance
(Tekstil) albuminli maddeler
as to form and substance
(Ticaret) şekil ve içerik olarak
elementary substance
öz madde
endogenous substance
(Tıp) endojen madde
fatty substance
(Kimya) yağlı maddeler
ferromagnetic substance
ferromanyetik madde
grey substance
(Tıp) gri madde
harmful substance
zararlı madde
in substance
özet olarak
in substance
in substance
living substance
(Teknik,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) canlı madde
man of substance
zengin adam
mordanting substance
(Tekstil) asitleme malzemesi
noxious substance
zararlı madde
offensive odor substance
(Askeri) kötü koku yayan madde
original substance
(Tekstil) ana unsur
pure substance
ari madde
sticky substance
bulaşıcı madde
Englisch - Englisch
The essential part of anything; the most vital part
Physical matter; material
Drugs (illegal narcotics)

substance abuse.

Considerable wealth or resources

A man of substance.

{n} being, an essential part, something solid, body, matter, wealth, the means of life
what a communication that is about something is about
Any kind of matter all specimens of which have the same chemical composition and physical properties
To furnish or endow with substance; to supply property to; to make rich
an accident waiting to happen
Body; matter; material of which a thing is made; hence, substantiality; solidity; firmness; as, the substance of which a garment is made; some textile fabrics have little substance
The "something" which has all the necessary accidents (qualities), which is the "thing" itself, this "something" is what the philosophers call "substance" For example, regarding the bread and wine of the Eucharist, the mind is not left to itself By the revelation of Christ the mind knows that the "substance" has been changed, in the one case into the "substance" of His Body, in the other case into the "substance" of His Blood Our senses perceive "accidents" of bread and wine; only the mind knows the "substance" of His Body and Blood See the related terms Nature and Essence
In general, that which is the underlying ground of all phenomenon For Hegel, the Absolute is both Substance and Subject - the "living substance "
weight in pounds of a ream of paper cut to its standard size (e g , 500 sheets of 20 lb Bond in 17x22 in size would be Substance 20) (See also: Basis Weight )
Material possessions; estate; property; resources
the weight in pounds of a ream of paper
the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; "the gist of the prosecutor's argument"; "the heart and soul of the Republican Party"; "the nub of the story"
matter, objects (the smallest part of which is molecule)
something which can exist by itself, is the substrate underlying the existence of other things, and is the subject of which other things are predicated In his Metaphysics Aristotle considered what can be substance: matter, form, or a combination of matter and form According to various criteria he used, different answers seemed plausible, although he finally preferred form Seventeenth-century philosophers, including Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz, came to strikingly different solutions to the problem of what qualifies as being substance Locke's account seems to suggest an unknowable substratum which falls out of any account of knowledge, but it can also be seen to offer a corpuscular substrate linked to his doctrine of primary qualities and their explanatory role in science
What underlies the various qualities of an object In the later tradition substance comes to be considered a transcendent notion
Same as Hypostasis, 2
The basis weight of certain grades of paper For example, 20 lb bond is also called substance 20 or sub 20
– the amount of thickness between the veins, to the touch, of a fully expanded leaf blade
That which underlies all outward manifestations; substratum; the permanent subject or cause of phenomena, whether material or spiritual; that in which properties inhere; that which is real, in distinction from that which is apparent; the abiding part of any existence, in distinction from any accident; that which constitutes anything what it is; real or existing essence
The substance of what someone says or writes is the main thing that they are trying to say. The substance of his discussions doesn't really matter
that which has mass and occupies space; "an atom is the smallest indivisible unit of matter" the stuff of which an object consists
If you say that something has no substance, you mean that it is not true. There is no substance in any of these allegations. = truth
The most important element in any existence; the characteristic and essential components of anything; the main part; essential import; purport
paper term
The commonly used designation given to a sheet of paper, derived from the weight of one ream in the standard size for that paper grade to top
The thickness of the petals
Any chemical entity
the stuff of which an object consists
Viscosity (Pa s)
anything that has mass and occupies space; matter
{i} material, matter; essence, meaning, content; reality; body, consistency; wealth
any natural or artificial substance, whether in solid or liquid form or in the form of a gas or vapour This includes chemicals (dangerous goods, hazardous substances, carcinogens and other significant chemically based items such as matches, adhesives and fuels), biological materials, lead and asbestos containing items
Substance is the quality of being important or significant. It's questionable whether anything of substance has been achieved Syria will attend only if the negotiations deal with issues of substance
considerable capital (wealth or income); "he is a man of means"
An atom or group of atoms with at least one unpaired electron In the body it is usually an oxygen molecule than has lost an electron and will stabilize itself by stealing an electron from a nearby molecule
thickness of petals
that which has mass and occupies space; "an atom is the smallest indivisible unit of matter"
kind of matter that cannot be separated into other kinds of matter by ant physical process
This refers to a horse possessing quality build and musculature However, horses that have weakly builds "lack substance "
A substance is a solid, powder, liquid, or gas with particular properties. There's absolutely no regulation of cigarettes to make sure that they don't include poisonous substances The substance that's causing the problem comes from the barley
the idea that is intended; "What is the meaning of this (Atasözü)?"
In relation to the NONS regulations a substance is a chemical element or compound in the natural state or obtained by any production process, including any additive necessary to preserve the stability of the product and any impurity deriving from the process used, but excluding any solvent which may be separated without affecting the stability of the substance or changing its composition A preparation, i e a deliberate mixture of such substances, is not subject to these regulations, but one or more of its constituents may be A New Substance is one that does not appear on the EINECS inventory, with the exception of polymers in which less than 2% in combined form is a new substance
Function Correspondence
Natrium Hypochlorite
substance abuse
An overindulgence in and dependence of a drug or other chemical
substance abuse
The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called chemical abuse
substance abuser
A person who takes drugs, drug user, drug addict
substance P
A short-chain polypeptide that functions as a neurotransmitter especially in the transmission of pain impulses from peripheral receptors to the central nervous system
substance abuse
excessive use of alcohol or drug;  substances can cause sleep disturbances
substance abuse
Continuous and excessive use of alcohol or drugs resulting in addiction Alcoholics and rehabilitated drug abusers are considered people with disabilities and thus afforded employment protection under the ADA Alcoholics are protected provided their condition neither interferes with their ability to work nor poses a threat to the property or safety of others Only drug abusers who have successfully completed rehabilitation programs and people who are mistakenly identified as drug users are considered disabled under the ADA Current users of illegal drugs are not protected
substance abuse
Abusing alcohol or other drugs that place a person’s social, economic, psychological welfare in potential danger and/or endangering the public, or a combination (also called chemical dependency )
substance abuse
medieval philosophy
substance abuse
For purposes of the contract, this term is limited to alcoholism and drug abuse
substance abuse
The uncontrollable or excessive abuse of addictive substances, such as (but not limited to) alcohol, drugs or other chemicals and the resultant physiological and/or psychological dependency which develops with continued use
substance abuse
a pattern of drug abuse that diminishes the ability to fulfil responsibilities at home, work or school that results in repeated use of a drug in dangerous situations or that leads to legal difficulties related to drug use
substance abuse
Use of alcohol or drugs that impairs an individuals’ ability to function The impairment can be mental, physical or financial to the individual abusing the substance or others around him or her
substance abuse
Abuse of, dependence on, or addiction to alcohol or a controlled substance
substance abuse
The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called chemical abuse.substance abuser n. the habit of taking too many illegal drugs, in a way that harms your health = drug abuse
substance abuse
The taking of alcohol or other drugs at dosages that place a person's social, economic, psychological and physical welfare in potential hazard, or endanger public health, morals, safety or welfare, or a combination thereof Also called chemical dependency
substance abuse
Refers to overeating, cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse, or drug abuse
substance abuse
Any use of a controlled substance or illegal drug that produces a pattern of pathological use causing impairment in social or occupational functioning or that produces physiological dependency evidenced by physical tolerance or withdrawal Nicotine addiction and caffeine addiction are not considered substance abuse under the Plan
substance abuse
excessive use of drugs
substance abuse
The term "Substance Abuse" is the condition caused by regular excessive compulsive drinking of alcohol and/or physical habitual dependence on drugs that results in a chronic disorder affecting physical health and/or personal or social functioning This does not include dependence on tobacco and ordinary caffeine-containing drinks
substance abuse
Operationally defined by the National Research Council to encompass four behavioral patterns: overeating, cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse, and drug abuse
substance abuse
over usage of addictive products (drugs, alcohol)
alarm substance
chemical given off from the skin of a fish after injury that warns nearby fish of danger
chemical substance
A material with a specific chemical composition
controlled substance
A drug deemed to be illegal by a government (especially the United States of America) except for very limited professional testing purposes
take the shadow for the substance
To be easily deceived, credulous, superficial
economic substance
(Kanun) Economic substance is a doctrine in the tax law of the United States under which a transaction must have an economic purpose aside from reduction of tax liability in order to be considered valid. This doctrine is used to determine whether tax shelters, or strategies used to reduce tax liability, are considered "abusive" by the Internal Revenue Service
foreign substance
substance or object in a place that it does not belong
give substance
Show that something is true

Their appearance together gave substance to the rumours of their imminent marriage.

give substance to something
Show that something is true

Their appearance together gave substance to the rumours of their imminent marriage.

natural substance
A material which is the same as it was found in nature
banned substance
In sport, banned substances are drugs that competitors are not allowed to take because they could artificially improve their performance
body substance
the substance of the body
carcinogenic substance
substance which causes cancer
controlled substance
a drug or chemical substance whose possession and use are controlled by law
controlled substance
a drug that is illegal to possess or use without permission from a doctor
fatty substance
substance that contains fat
foreign substance
matter or object in a place that it does not belong, foreign matter
ground substance
matrix: the body substance in which tissue cells are embedded
ground substance
hyaloplasm: the clear nongranular portion of the cytoplasm of a cell
harmful substance
material that is toxic or harmful, dangerous substance
humic substance
an organic residue of decaying organic matter
in substance
essentially, mainly; actually, really
inflammable substance
combustible material, ignitable matter, flammable substance
insoluble substance
substance which cannot be dissolved
liquid body substance
the liquid parts of the body
man of substance
owner, one who has possessions or property
pure substance
substance that is not contaminated with another substance
queen substance
A pheromone secreted by queen bees and given to worker bees to prevent them from producing more queens
schwanns white substance
The substance of the medullary sheath
solid body substance
the solid parts of the body
plural of substance
toxic substance
substance that when touched or eaten is dangerous to one's health
transparent substance
a material having the property of admitting light diffusely; a partly transparent material
volatile substance
substance that evaporates quickly
working substance
A substance, such as a fluid, used to effect a thermodynamic or other change in a system