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Englisch - Türkisch
baskı plağı
kulak davulu
kulak zarı
{i} alın (kapı vb.)
telefon cihazındaki madeni
orta kulak
(isim) timpan, kulak davulu, kulak zarı, alın (kapı vb.)
{i} timpan
(Tıp) Timpan, kulak davulu (ortakulağa ait bir boşluk olup içinde kulak kemikcikleri bulunur)
kapı veya pencere alnı
(Tıp) kulak zarı
(Tıp) kulak davulu
Englisch - Englisch
The middle ear
The eardrum
A hearing organ in frogs, toads and some insects
A triangular space between the sides of a pediment
{n} a drum, drum of the ear, wheel
Sometimes applied incorrectly to the tympanic membrane
A chamber in the anterior part of the syrinx of birds
tympanums tympana an eardrum
The space between the arch and lintel over a door, often decorated with sculpture
Space between the lintel of a doorway and the arch above it
One of the naked, inflatable air sacs on the neck of the prairie chicken and other species of grouse
a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it
area (either semi-circular or triangular) which dominates a portal Often with sculpted ornamental work
The triangular space enclosed by the cornice or molding of a pediment
The panel, usually semicircular located between the underside of an arch and the top of a doorway within the arch; also the triangular space enclosed by a pediment
the membrane in the ear that vibrates to sound
A drum-shaped wheel with spirally curved partitions by which water is raised to the axis when the wheel revolves with the lower part of the circumference submerged, used for raising water, as for irrigation
In classical architecture, the triangular area enclosed by a pediment, often decorated with sculptures In medieval architecture, the semi-circular area over a a door's lintel, enclosed by an arch, often decorated with sculptures or mosaics
The ear drum, or middle ear
in classical architecture, a pediment
Space between lintel and arch over doorway
The wall closing the pediment (the end wall of a gable-roof building) Later, pediments were used as a decorative element above windows and door Some authors use pediment for triangular spaces and tympanum for semi-circular; this can lead to confusion, since tympanon has been used about triangular spaces since the Classical period
The recessed face of a pediment within the frame made by the upper and lower cornices, being usually a triangular space or table
a panel of stone, often carved with relief sculpture, filling an arch above the lintel of an opening
The space, usually decorated, above a portal, between a lintel and an arch
The space within an arch, and above a lintel or a subordinate arch, spanning the opening below the arch
A vibrating membrane which is the ear of an insect
the area between the lintel, or flat top, of a doorway and the arch above it
the main cavity of the ear; between the eardrum and the inner ear
{i} middle ear (Biology); eardrum, tympanic membrane (Biology); membrane covering a drum; triangular recess on a pediment or below an arch (Architecture); diaphragm in a telephone receiver
The tympanum
a tympanum
plural of tympanum



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈtəmpənəm/ /ˈtɪmpənəm/


    [ 'tim-p&-n&m ] (noun.) 1619. Medieval Latin & Latin; Medieval Latin, eardrum, from Latin, drum, architectural panel, from Greek tympanon drum, kettledrum; perhaps akin to Greek typtein to beat.

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