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Definition von to pore im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

pour
{f} dökmek

Votka içmek için yeni moda tarzı onu doğrudan göz yuvasına dökmektir. Ancak, böyle yapmak ciddi olarak görüşünüze zarar verebilir. - The new trendy way to drink vodka is to pour it directly into your eye socket. However, doing so could seriously damage your vision.

pore
herhangi bir katı cismin üzerindeki deliklerden her biri
pour
{f} akıtmak
pore
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) delicik
pore
derin düşünmek
pore
incelemek
pore
kanal
pore
(İnşaat) boşluk
pore
pasaj
pore
açıklık
pour
(Gıda) çay koymak
pour
koymak (çay vb)
pour
koymak (içecek)
pore
(over ile) dikkatini vererek okumak
pore
por
pore
delikçilik
pore
gözenek
pore
okumaya dalmak
pore
gözenek,v.incele: n.gözenek
pour
akmak
pour
dökülmek
pour
boşalt

Durmaksızın hepsini bana boşalttı. - She poured me all of it without stopping.

Heyecanlı kalabalık stadyumu boşalttı. - The excited crowd poured out of the stadium.

pour
(çay/vb.) koymak
pour
şakır şakır yağmak
pore
konsantre olmak
pore
düşünüp taşınmak
pore
dikkat kesilmek
pore
mesame
pore
iyice düşünmek
pore
(Tıp) Küçücük delik, mesamat, ağızcık, porus
pore
zihninde tartmak
pore
{f} gözünü dikmek
pore
pore dal
pore
upon ile derin derin düşünmek
pore
mütalâa etmek
pore
(isim) gözenek
pore
{f} over -i incelemek, -i tetkik etmek
pore
s eyes out çok okuyarak
pore
{f} dalmak
pour
{f} yağdırmak
pour
dokülmek
pour
dökülen miktar
pour
{i} şiddetli yağmur

Üç gün şiddetli yağmur yağdı. - It poured for three days.

Sabah saatlerinde şiddetli yağmur yağıyordu. - It was pouring rain all morning long.

pour
{f} dökülmek (kalıba)
pour
{f} bardaktan boşanırcasına yağmak
pour
Hepsi bir arada gelir po
pour
{i} akış
Englisch - Englisch
pour
to meditate or reflect in a steady way
a tiny opening in the skin
Your pores are the tiny holes in your skin. The size of your pores is determined by the amount of oil they produce
{n} a passage
{v} to look very near or intensely
any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas)
an opening on the skin that contains a hair follicle
One of the minute orifices in an animal or vegetable membrane, for transpiration, absorption, etc
In wood anatomy, a term applied to the cross section of a vessel or of a vascular tracheid
The pores of a plant are the tiny holes on its surface. A plant's lungs are the microscopic pores in its leaves
any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
to study attentively, as in: Before the presentation, she will likely pore over her notes
any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas)
part of ion channel which forms path ions use to move from one side of membrane to other Often lined with some hydrophilic amino acids Sometimes filled with water Pore lengths have been inferred for some ion channels by blocking the pore during conduction experiments using blocking agents with long spacer arms CFTR's pore is estimated to be around 5 8A at its narrowest point Narrow pores will necessitate removal of some or all of an ions hydration shell before allowing passage
An opening in a membrane or medium that allows water to pass through
poros = [Greek] small entrance Pores are like small sunspots but without a penumbra Pores get up to about 1500 miles (2500 km) in diameter and are less dark than sunspot umbrae The high-resolution continuum image shows some pores
{f} ponder, consider carefully; study carefully, examine closely
A term for the cross-section of a vessel
To look or gaze steadily in reading or studying; to fix the attention; to be absorbed; often with on or upon, and now usually with over
This is a void that goes from the bulk fluid to inside the biofilm in a more or less vertical orientation This term was used when first applying terminology to the biofilm structure, and has turned out not to be very useful The term was coined to imply the notion that the voids were allowing liquid, chemical, etc , exchange between the biofilm and the bulk fluid
A small channel or opening in a filter medium which allows passage of fluid
by extension any small opening or interstice, especially one of many or allowing passage of a fluid
Small interconnecting passage through the membrane The size and irregular path of a pore determines the removal rating of a membrane
A minute opening or passageway; an interstice between the constituent particles or molecules of a body; as, the pores of stones
If you pore over or through information, you look at it and study it very carefully. We spent hours poring over travel brochures
{i} tiny opening, tiny hole
A feature in the photosphere, 1 to 3 arc seconds in extent, usually not much darker than the dark spaces between photospheric granules It is distinguished from a sunspot by its short lifetime, 10 to 100 minutes
(noun) a tiny opening for example in an organism's surface, such as in the skin or on the surface of a leaf
An opening in a membrane which allows certain components to pass through, but not others
emphasis You can say that someone has a certain quality or emotion coming from every pore to emphasize the strength of that quality or emotion. She oozes sexuality from every pore. one of the small holes in your skin that liquid, especially sweat, can pass through, or a similar hole in the surface of a plant (porus, from poros ). pore over to read or look at something very carefully for a long time
A small channel or opening in a filter medium which allows passage of gas (099)
direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies"
to study meticulously; to go over again and again
a minute epidermal pore in a leaf or stem through which gases and water vapor can pass
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