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Englisch - Türkisch
dünyaya ait
topraktan oluşan
dünya veya karayla ilgili
karaya ait
dünya ile ilgili
dünyada var olan şey
{s} yeryuvarlağına ait
terrestrially dünyevi şekilde
karasal ol
arza ait
{s} dünyasal
{s} karasal; karada yaşayan
karadan meydana gelen
terrestrial telescope görüntüyü düz gösteren teleskop
yeryüzüne ait
terrestrial communication
yerüstü iletişim
terrestrial globe
terrestrial globe
terrestrial telescope
yersel teleskop
terrestrial coordinates
coğrafi koordinatlar
terrestrial magnetism
yer mıknatıslığı
terrestrial planets
yerbenzeri gezegenler
terrestrial pollution
toprak kirliliği
terrestrial atmosphere
(Meteoroloji) kara atmosferi
terrestrial communication
yerustu iletisim
terrestrial environment
(Askeri) kara çevresi
terrestrial environment
dünyevi ortam
terrestrial environment
(Askeri) KARA ÇEVRESİ: Suni ve doğal yüzeyler, yer altı ve bunların atmosfer ve okyanuslara olan ortak yüzeyleri ve birbirleriyle olan ilişkilerini içine alan kara kesimi
terrestrial fire
(Askeri) YATAY ATEŞ: Kara veya su hedeflerine tevcih edilen ateş. Buna (horizontal fire) da denir
terrestrial fire
(Askeri) yatay ateş
terrestrial heat
yersel ısı
terrestrial heath flow
(Çevre) kıtasal ısı akısı
terrestrial interference
yerustu karismasi
terrestrial interference
yerüstü karışması
terrestrial magnetism
yer mıknastlığı
terrestrial observation
(Askeri) KARA GÖZETLEMESİ: Bak "ground observatıon"
terrestrial observation
(Askeri) kara gözetlemesi
terrestrial planet
dünyevi gezegen
terrestrial planet
dünya-benzeri gezegen
terrestrial radiation
tabii radyasyon
terrestrial radiation
(Meteoroloji) yer radyasyonu
terrestrial reference guidance
(Askeri) YÜZEYDEKİ NOKTALARLA GÜDÜM: Bir füzeye, üzerinde uçtuğu yüzeyin bazı özelliklerinden istihbarat sağlama; böylece, önceden tespit edilmiş bir nota üzerinde uçmasını başarma tekniği. Ayrıca bak "guidance"
terrestrial reference guidance
(Askeri) yüzeydeki noktalarla güdüm
terrestrial telescope
(Astronomi) yer teleskopu
terrestrial telescope
(Astronomi) yer ırakgörürü
extra terrestrial
dünya dışı canlı
karasal/dünyasal olarak
Englisch - Englisch
Concerned with the world or worldly matters
Living or growing on land; not aquatic

a terrestrial plant.

Of, relating to, or inhabiting the land of the Earth or its inhabitants
Of or pertaining to the second highest degree of glory
An inhabitant of the planet Earth
Of, relating to, or composed of land
A ground-dwelling plant
{a} belonging to the earth, worldly
An inhabitant of the earth
operating or living or growing on land
Of or relating to the land as distinct from air or water
of or relating to or characteristic of the planet Earth or its inhabitants; "planetary rumblings and eructations"- L C Eiseley ; "the planetary tilt"; "this terrestrial ball"
means pertaining to the Earth, as distinct from other planets (as in extraterrestrial life) It also means pertaining to the land, as distinct from the water or air (as in a terrestrial, as opposed to aquatic, ecosystem)
growing on land
Living on the ground
– earth, land or ground based telecommunications systems
Living or growing on land rather than in water or air
Of the land; living on land
Growing or living on land
The inner solar system planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, composed of rocky materials and iron, with a density between 4 0 and 5 5 grams per cubic centimeter
Of or pertaining to the earth; existing on the earth; earthly; as, terrestrial animals
of or relating to or inhabiting the land as opposed to the sea or air
occurring on land
living or growing on land
1 generally refers to the ground, as opposed to the canopy Anything existing, forming, or living in the ground (e g , rooted there) As cited in
concerned with the world or worldly matters; "mundane affairs"; "he developed an immense terrestrial practicality"
Adapted for the observation of objects on land and on the earth; as, a terrestrial telescope, in distinction from an astronomical telescope
Living on land, as opposed to marine or aquatic
Living on land
Pertaining to, or living habitually on, the land or ground surface
Of or pertaining to the earth
Describes a land plant that grows in soil, rather than epiphetically, as a parasite, or in water
Of or pertaining to the world, or to the present state; sublunary; mundane
of the land
Terrestrial means relating to the planet Earth rather than to some other part of the universe. terrestrial life forms
A term used to describe anything originating on the planet Earth
land-dwelling or spending the majority of life on land
Consisting of land, in distinction from water; belonging to, or inhabiting, the land or ground, in distinction from trees, water, or the like; as, terrestrial serpents
Belonging to the Earth
Growing or living on land rather than in water, in the air, in trees, etc
Referring to land habitats in distinction from water (aquatic) habitats
A term used to distinguish broadcasting from transmitters situated on the earth's surface from broadcasting from satellite (celestial)
Terrestrial television channels are transmitted using equipment situated at ground level, and not by satellite
Representing, or consisting of, the earth; as, a terrestrial globe
{s} of or relating to land (as opposed to water), earthly; of or pertaining or relating to the earth or its occupants; of this world, temporal, mundane
of this earth; "transcendental motives for sublunary actions"; "fleeting sublunary pleasures"; "the nearest to an angelic being that treads this terrestrial ball"
terrestrial planet
Any planet of the solar system or any exoplanet which is "Earth-like" in the sense that it is composed primarily of metals and rock, in contrast to a planet which is a gas giant
terrestrial planets
plural form of terrestrial planet
terrestrial telescope
A telescope which, unlike most telescopes used for astronomical purposes, contains an arrangement of lenses presenting an erect (non-inverted) image to the observer, suitable for observation of objects on the Earth's surface

Fort Hancock, at Sandy Hook, has been supplied with an immense terrestrial telescope, to be used for vessels at sea.

terrestrial telescope
An astronomical telescope which is physically located on the surface of the Earth, as distinct from a telescope located in outer space

Though its light-collecting mirror is modest by terrestrial telescope standards . . . its precision focus and perch above Earth's distorting atmosphere make Hubble's observations the benchmark by which all other observatories are measured.

terrestrial globe
terrestrial guidance
a method of controlling the flight of a missile by devices that respond to the strength and direction of the earth's gravitational field
terrestrial planet
a planet having a compact rocky surface like the Earth's; the four innermost planets in the solar system
terrestrial planet
Any of the four planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth, or Mars, that are nearest the sun and have similar size and density
terrestrial radiation
Electromagnetic radiation originating from Earth and its atmosphere
terrestrial time
(astronomy) a measure of time defined by Earth's orbital motion; terrestrial time is mean solar time corrected for the irregularities of the Earth's motions
Whilst located on Earth, or on land
alien, friend from another planet
to a land environment; "terrestrially adapted
in a terrestrial manner; with regard to land; with regard to the Earth; worldly, with regard to life in this world
In a terrestrial manner
plural of terrestrial