sustainer

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von sustainer im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

sustain
devam ettirmek
sustain
ayakta tutmak
sustain
sürdürmek
sustainer engine
(Askeri) TAKVİYE MOTORU: Bir füze veya hava-uzay aracının hızını, buster veya diğer motorlardan faydalanarak, programlanmış hıza ulaşıldıktan sonra devam ettiren veya arttıran bir motor
sustainer rocket
(Askeri) TAKVİYE ROKETİ: Özellikle bir yörünge planörü veya yörünge üzerinde seyreden bir uzay aracında, bir takviye unsuru olarak kullanılan, yörüngenin arza en yakın noktasında atmosfere gömülen bir roket motoru
sustain
{f} maruz kalmak
sustain
muhafaza etmek
sustain
güç vermek
sustain
idame ettirmek
sustain
teselli etmek
sustain
geçindirmek
sustain
notayı uzatmak
sustain
cesaret vermek
sustain
finanse etmek
sustain
hakkını vererek yapmak
sustain
doğrulamak
sustain
(Muzik) seste süreklilik
sustain
onaylamak
sustain
kabul etmek
sustain
desteklemek
sustain
tutmak
sustain
güçlü tutmak
sustain
(Muzik) uzatmak
sustain
çekmek
sustain
tasdik etmek
sustain
dayanmak
sustain
(Tiyatro) rolü iyi oynamak
sustain
yaşamasını sağlamak
sustain
çökmesine engel olmak
sustain
iyi oynamak
sustain
uzun süre korumak
sustain
güçlü tut
sustain
besleyip kuvvet vermek
sustain
güçlendirmek
sustain
(acı/vb.) çekmek
sustain
ağırlığını taşımak
sustain
kaldırmak
sustain
ağırlığı çekmek
sustain
uğramak (kötü bir şeye)
sustain
{f} taşımak
sustain
para sağlamak
sustain
{f} (ağırlığı) çekmek
sustain
uğramak
sustain
{f} iyi oynamak (rol)
sustain
{f} ayakta tutmak; -in yaşamasını sağlamak; -in çökmesine engel olmak; devam ettirmek, sürdürmek
sustain
{f} katlanmak
sustain
düşmesine engel olmak
sustain
sustain a defeat yenilmek
sustain
sust
Englisch - Englisch
One who, or that which, sustains
someone who upholds or maintains; "firm upholders of tradition"; "they are sustainers of the idea of democracy"
{n} one who sustains, one who suffers
{i} one who supports; one who provides food and necessities; one who upholds
sustain
To confirm, prove, or corroborate (something)
sustain
To provide for or nourish (something)
sustain
To encourage (something)
sustain
A mechanism which can be used to hold a note, as the right pedal on a piano
sustain
To maintain; to keep alive; to support; to subsist; to nourish; as, provisions to sustain an army
sustain
{v} to bear, endure, uphold, support
sustain
undergo (as of injuries and illnesses); "She suffered a fracture in the accident"; "He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars"; "She got a bruise on her leg"; "He got his arm broken in the scuffle"
sustain
admit as valid; "The court sustained the motion" supply with necessities and support; "She alone sustained her family"; "The money will sustain our good cause"; "There's little to earn and many to keep
sustain
{f} support, provide for, finance; support from below; nourish; assist; encourage, comfort; endure, withstand; prolong, maintain, preserve; experience, undergo; uphold, affirm; confirm
sustain
If you sustain something, you continue it or maintain it for a period of time. But he has sustained his fierce social conscience from young adulthood through old age a period of sustained economic growth throughout 1995
sustain
To allow the prosecution of; to admit as valid; to sanction; to continue; not to dismiss or abate; as, the court sustained the action or suit
sustain
is the holding of a note longer than a key is pressed There is a sustain button on Claviset Prime which provides a short additional holding of played notes The optional sustain pedal permits very long holding of notes This is useful when a very rich, broad set of notes is desired to build a chord for instance Many experienced players will not play without a sustain pedal, but most beginners do not use one until they become much more comfortable
sustain
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; "his story confirmed my doubts"; "The evidence supports the defendant"
sustain
lengthen or extend in duration or space; "We sustained the diplomatic negociations as long as possible"; "prolong the treatment of the patient"; "keep up the good work"
sustain
when the court finds a petition true
sustain
A mechanism which can be used to hold a note, as the left pedal on a piano
sustain
To prove; to establish by evidence; to corroborate or confirm; to be conclusive of; as, to sustain a charge, an accusation, or a proposition
sustain
supply with necessities and support; "She alone sustained her family"; "The money will sustain our good cause"; "There's little to earn and many to keep
sustain
The third of the four segments in an ADSR envelope The sustain portion of the envelope begins when the attack and decay portions have run their course, and continues until the key is released The sustain control is used to determine the level at which the envelope will remain While the attack, decay, and release controls are rate or time controls, the sustain control is a level control
sustain
amplitude during the middle part of the envelope
sustain
If you sustain something such as a defeat, loss, or injury, it happens to you. Every aircraft in there has sustained some damage A seventeen-year-old tourist died late last night of injuries sustained in yesterday's bomb blast
sustain
To maintain (something), or keep it in existence
sustain
To keep from falling; to bear; to uphold; to support; as, a foundation sustains the superstructure; a beast sustains a load; a rope sustains a weight
sustain
Kbel
sustain
Review progress against the intended benefits, identify successes and circulate lessons learned to reinforce behavioural changes
sustain
To endure without failing or yielding; to bear up under; as, to sustain defeat and disappointment
sustain
Hence, to keep from sinking, as in despondence, or the like; to support
sustain
If something sustains you, it supports you by giving you help, strength, or encouragement. The cash dividends they get from the cash crop would sustain them during the lean season
sustain
To confirm, prove or corroborate (something)
sustain
be the physical support of; carry the weight of; "The beam holds up the roof"; "He supported me with one hand while I balanced on the beam"; "What's holding that mirror?"
sustain
To sustain is to hold a note (or a chord) The musical tones fade out gradually [See also: DAMPER ]
sustain
To aid, comfort, or relieve; to vindicate
sustain
The length of a musical note
sustain
The midranged volume of a musical note
sustain
provide with nourishment; "We sustained ourselves on bread and water"; "This kind of food is not nourishing for young children"
sustain
(See ADSR )
sustain
There is a fine line between a speaker being over and underdamped If it's underdamped, it can be harsh, ringing, and sound brittle If it is overdamped, it can sound thin, choked and compressed When it is just right for a particular installation, it has just the right breakup, texture, and sustain
sustain
To experience or suffer (an injury, etc.)
sustain
admit as valid; "The court sustained the motion"
sustain
In an ADSR envelope, the control that determines the level that the sound is played at while the note is being held, and after the other envelope portions (Attack and Decay) have been cycled through
sustain
To suffer; to bear; to undergo
sustain
A court ruling upholding an objection or a motion
sustain
One who, or that which, upholds or sustains; a sustainer
sustainer

    Silbentrennung

    sus·tain·er

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ s&-'stAn ] (transitive verb.) 13th century. Middle English sustenen, from Old French sustenir, from Latin sustinEre to hold up, sustain, from sub-, sus- up + tenEre to hold; more at SUB-, THIN.

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