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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) alınım
(Tıp) alım
{i} anlama

Tom anlamada oldukça hızlı. - Tom's pretty quick on the uptake.

(Askeri) boşaltma
çekiş borusu
çekiş bacası
(Tekstil) çektirme
{i} kazan borusu
{i} kavrama

O iyi bir çocuk - kavramada çok hızlı ve yapılması gerekeni yapar. - He's a good kid - very quick on the uptake and he does whatever needs to be done.

kazandan bacaya giden boru
{i} hava bacası
(Tıp) Bir doku veya organın belli bir maddeyi yapısına alma yeteneğin, yapısına alma, tutma
(Tıp) uptake
uptake shaft
hava çıkış kuyusu
market uptake
pazar alımı
oxygen uptake
vücuda oksijen alımı
be quick on the uptake
çabuk kavramak
be quick on the uptake
çabuk anlamak
be slow on the uptake
geç anlamak
be slow on the uptake
zor kavramak
quick on the uptake
{k} uyanık
quick on the uptake
{k} hazırcevap
slow on the uptake
kalın kafalı
subscriber uptake
abone sayısının artması
Englisch - Englisch
a chimney
absorption, especially of food or nutrient by an organism
To take up, to lift

He hearkned to his reason, and the childe / Vptaking, to the Palmer gaue to beare .

understanding, comprehension
The process of phytoplankton of actively absorbing nutrients from the surrounding water column
To take into the hand; to take up; to help
The pipe leading upward from the smoke box of a steam boiler to the chimney, or smokestack; a flue leading upward
The process by which a substance crosses an absorption barrier and is absorbed into the body
Understanding; apprehension
a process of taking up or using up or consuming; "they developed paper napkins with greater uptake of liquids"
It describes the entrance of a chemical into an organism - such as by breathing, swallowing, or absorbing it through the skin - without regard to its subsequent storage, metabolism, and excretion by that organism
A person's uptake of something is the amount of it that they use. The drug increases the number of red cells in the blood, enhancing oxygen uptake by 10 percent. research in relation to the uptake of nitrate into vegetables
the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
a process of taking up or using up or consuming; "they developed paper napkins with greater uptake of liquids
You say that someone is quick on the uptake when they understand things quickly. You say that someone is slow on the uptake when they have difficulty understanding simple or obvious things. She is not an intellectual, but is quick on the uptake Carol was absent-minded and a little slow on the uptake
{i} comprehension, understanding; vent that draws smoke or air upward; act of taking up or absorbing something
A sheet metal conduit connecting the boiler smoke box with the base of the smoke stack It conveys the smoke and hot gases from the boiler to the stack and should be made double thickness with an air space between to prevent radiation
on the uptake
In understanding or in the ability to absorb new information; especially in the phrases "quick on the uptake" and "slow on the uptake"
quick on the uptake
able to readily understand things; intelligent
quick on the uptake
catches on quickly, comprehends quickly
radioactive iodine uptake test
radioactive iodine test that measures the amount of radioactive iodine taken up by the thyroid gland
reuptake: a process of using up or consuming again; "psychopharmacologists discovered that amine reuptake is a process that inactivates monoamine neurotransmitters"
slow on the uptake
understands slowly, slow to comprehend
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) uptake



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈəpˌtāk/ /ˈʌpˌteɪk/


    [ '&p-"tAk ] (noun.) 1816. From Middle English uptaken, equivalent to up- +‎ take.


    ... And the uptake has been incredible. ...

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