tropics

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Englisch - Türkisch
tropikal bölge
sıcak bölge
tropikal kuşak
{i} sıcak kuşak
(Bilgisayar,Meteoroloji) tropik
tropic
(Denizbilim) yönelimli
tropic
(Denizbilim) yönelimsel
tropic
dönence
tropic
tropik

Tropik bir adada tatil yapmak istiyorum. - I want to take a vacation on a tropical island.

Tom yatak odasındaki akvaryumda yüzen tropik balıklara bakarak oturdu. - Tom sat staring at the tropical fish swimming around in the aquarium in his bedroom.

tropic
ç.tropikal bölge
tropic
sıcak bölge
beyond or outside of the tropics
ötesinde veya tropik dışında
humid tropics
(Askeri) NEMLİ TROPİKALAR: En soğuk ayın ısı ortalaması 18°C (66,4°F) ve yıllık yağış oranı yıllık buharlaşma oranının üstünde olan bölgeler. Bu gibi arazinin başlıca özellikleri yağmur, orman, cangıl ve kıraç arazi bitkileridir
the tropics
tropika
the tropics
tropikal kuşak
the tropics
tropika, tropikal kuşak, dönencelerarası kuşak
tropic
kinaye kabilinden
tropic
Tropic of Cancer Yengeç dönencesi
tropic
{i} tropika

Tom tropikal balık tutar. - Tom keeps tropical fish.

Amazon ormanı dünyanın en büyük tropikal ormanıdır. - The Amazonian forest is the largest tropical forest on Earth.

tropic
coğr
tropic
tropikal kuşak
tropic
Oğlak dönencesi
tropic
{s} tropikal

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

Tom tropikal balık tutar. - Tom keeps tropical fish.

tropic
mecazi
tropic
tropicaltropikal
Englisch - Englisch
plural form of tropic
The region of the Earth, centred on the equator and lying between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn and characterized by a hot climate
area between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn within 1600 miles north and south of the equator with a hot and humid climate and a consistent amount of daylight throughout the year
Geographic belt extending about 23 degrees north and south of the equator, between the Tropic of Cancer (north) and the Tropic of Capricorn (south)
plural of tropic
There are two tropics, shown on maps as horizontal lines running round the earth The one north of the equator is called the Tropic of Cancer, and the southerly one the Tropic of Capricorn
Technically, the area between the Tropic of Cancer (21-1/2 N latitude) and the Tropic of Capricorn (21-1/2 S latitude), characterized by the absence of a cold season Often used to describe any area possessing what is considered to be a hot, humid climate
Region of the Earth from latitude 23 5 degrees north--the Tropic of Cancer--southward across the equator to latitude 23 5 degrees south--the Tropic of Capricorn
Either of two parallels of terrestrial latitude at a distance of about 23 1/2 degrees north or south of the equator where the sun is directly overhead when it reaches its most northerly or southerly point in th sky
The area between 23 5 degrees north and south of the equator This region has small daily and seasonal changes in temperature, but great seasonal changes in precipitation
refers to the region of Earth from latitude 23 5º north (the Tropic of Cancer) southward across the equator to latitude 23 5º south (the Tropic of Capricorn) This region has relatively small daily and seasonal changes in temperature, but great seasonal changes in precipitation
the part of the Earth's surface between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn; characterized by a hot climate
The tropics are the parts of the world that lie between two lines of latitude, the tropic of Cancer, 23½° north of the equator, and the tropic of Capricorn, 23½° south of the equator
the region of the Earth that is between the two imaginary circles around the Earth that are parallel to the Equator and about 23 ½ degrees from it
the very warm, humid region lying north and south of the equator; the sun's rays are strongest here
Tropic
one of two specific lines of latitude that divide the Northern and Southern hemispheres, respectively; the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn
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Either of the two parallels of latitude 23°27′north and south of the equator; the farthest points at which the sun can be directly overhead; the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics
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hot and humid
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Having the quality of indirectly inducing a biological or chemical change in a system or substrate

The binding of oxygen to hemoglobin is allosterically regulated by various tropic factors, such as BPG and acidity.

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{n} the line which bounds the sun's course north and south of the equator
Tropic
one of two specific lines of latitude that divide the Northern and Southern hemispheres, respectively; the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer
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Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from atropine and certain other alkaloids, as a white crystalline substance slightly soluble in water
tropic
triggering or influencing an action
tropic
either of the two parallels of latitude 23°27′north and south of the equator; the farthest points at which the sun can be directly overhead; the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics
tropic
either of two parallels of latitude about 23 5 degrees north and south of the equator representing the points farthest north and south at which the sun can shine directly overhead and constituting the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics
tropic
The line of latitude which is approx 23° 28' either north (Cancer) or south (Capricorn) of the equator, corresponding to the furthest point of the ecliptic The place where the Sun pauses then reverses its declination at the summer and winter solstices Tropical Signs Cancer and Capricorn
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Any evidence or memorial of victory or conquest; as, every redeemed soul is a trophy of grace
tropic
5 degrees north and south of the equator representing the points farthest north and south at which the sun can shine directly overhead and constituting the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics
tropic
of, or relating to the tropics; tropical
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One of the two small circles of the celestial sphere, situated on each side of the equator, at a distance of 23° 28&min;, and parallel to it, which the sun just reaches at its greatest declination north or south, and from which it turns again toward the equator, the northern circle being called the Tropic of Cancer, and the southern the Tropic of Capricorn, from the names of the two signs at which they touch the ecliptic
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A sign or memorial of a victory raised on the field of battle, or, in case of a naval victory, on the nearest land
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{i} (Geography, Astronomy) either of two latitudinal parallels on the globe and their celestial equivalents that mark the sun's most northerly and southerly points (at approx. 23.5 deg. N and S latitude)
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One of the two parallels of terrestrial latitude corresponding to the celestial tropics, and called by the same names
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Arch
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The representation of such a memorial, as on a medal; esp
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of weather or climate; hot and humid as in the tropics; "tropical weather"
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A growth response
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relating to or situated in or characteristic of the tropics (the region on either side of the equator); "tropical islands"; "tropical fruit"
tropic
an ornament representing a group of arms and military weapons, offensive and defensive
tropic
Sometimes trophies were erected in the chief city of the conquered people
tropic
Of or pertaining to the tropics; tropical
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either of two parallels of latitude about 23
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The region lying between these parallels of latitude, or near them on either side
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Anything taken from an enemy and preserved as a memorial of victory, as arms, flags, standards, etc
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{s} concerning the area of the earth that lies to the north and south of the equator between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn (parallels of latitude marking the summer and winter solstices)
tropics

    Türkische aussprache

    träpîks

    Aussprache

    /ˈträpəks/ /ˈtrɑːpɪks/

    Etymologie

    [ 'trä-pik ] (noun.) 1527. Middle English tropik, from Latin tropicus of the solstice, from Greek tropikos, from tropE turn.

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