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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yanardağ

Bu yanardağ yüzlerce yıldır aktif değildir. - This volcano has been inactive for hundreds of years.

Yanardağ patlamasını kıtlık izledi. - Famine followed upon the eruption of the volcano.

{i} (çoğ. --es/--s) yanardağ, volkan
volcanistyanardağ uzmanı
{i} volkan

Çok sayıda volkan bulunduğundan dolayı, Japonya'nın depremler tarafından vurulması kolaydır. - Because there are a lot of volcanoes, it is easy for Japan to be hit by earthquakes.

Japonya'da çok sayıda aktif volkan vardır. - There are many active volcanoes in Japan.

volkanik dağ
volcano-tectonic depression
volkanik ve tektonik çukur
dormant volcano
(Çevre) sönmüş volkan
active volcano
etkin yanardağ
active volcano
püsküren yanardağ
active volcano
aktif durumda olan yanardağ
extinct volcano
sönmüş yanardağ
passive volcano
sönmüş yanardağ
a dormant volcano
sönmüş yanardağ
tabakalanma gösteren, uzun ve düzgün konik şekildeki volcan türü
active volcano
aktif volkan
active volcano
hareketli volkan
active volcano
üretken volkan
be on the edge of a volcano
(deyim) topun ağzında olmak
composite volcano
(Jeoloji) bileşik volkan
composite volcano
(Jeoloji) kompozit volkan
fissure volcano
(Çevre) çatlak volkanı
fissure volcano
(Jeoloji) fissür volkanı
fissure volcano
(Jeoloji) yarık volkanı
mud volcano
çamur volkanı
shield volcano
kalkan volkan
submarine volcano
(Coğrafya) denizdibi yanardağı
submarine volcano
(Çevre) deniz dibi volkanı
submarine volcano
(Askeri) denizaltı volkanı
Englisch - Englisch
A vent or fissure on the surface of a planet (usually in a mountainous form) with a magma chamber attached to the mantle of a planet or moon, periodically erupting forth lava and volcanic gases onto the surface
A vent in Earth's crust through which molten or hot rock, steam, and ash reach the surface, including the cone built by the eruptions
An elevated area of land created from the release of lava and ejection of ash and rock fragments from and volcanic vent
An opening in the Earth's crust where molten lava, gases and ash are ejected
A vent in the surface of the Earth through which magma erupts and also the landform that is constructed by the erupted material
{i} vent in the earth's crust through which molten rock is ejected; mountain comprising such a vent
mountain or hill built up by the eruption of molten rock and ash from the earth's interior
A vent in the Earth's crust through which steam, ashes, dust, and lava (molten rock) escape during eruptions The center of the volcano, known as the hot spot, may be 100 to 200 kilometers (60 to 125 miles) across Melted rock, or magma, wells up from within the Earth's crust and flows as lava
(1) A vent in the planetary surface through which magma and associated gases and ash erupt (2) The form or structure produced by the erupted materials
An opening in the earth through which gases, lava, and hot ashes violently rush out, or erupt Some volcanos are still active, while others are not Hawaii was formed by volcanos, such as Moana Loa
A volcano is a mountain from which hot melted rock, gas, steam, and ash from inside the earth sometimes burst. The volcano erupted last year killing about 600 people. volcanoes volcanos a mountain with a large hole at the top, through which lava (=very hot liquid rock) is sometimes forced out. Vent in the crust of the Earth from which molten rock, debris, and steam issue. Volcanoes are commonly divided into two broad types. Fissure volcanoes occur along fractures in the crust and may extend for many miles; lava is ejected relatively quietly and continuously and forms enormous plains or plateaus of volcanic rock. Central volcanoes have a single vertical lava pipe and tend to develop a conical profile; lava flows from the throat and follows the easiest path downhill. Often in these volcanoes highly viscous lava clogs the throat, causing a pressure buildup that is relieved only by violent explosion and eruption. Such eruptions may completely remove the top of the cone and occasionally also part of its interior. Mayon Volcano Misti Volcano Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Tajumulco Volcano Volcano Islands Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
An opening in the earth's crust through which steam and lava are forced out
The solid structure created when lava, gases, and hot particles escape to the Earth's surface through vents Volcanoes are usually conical A volcano is "active" when it is erupting or has erupted recently Volcanoes that have not erupted recently but are considered likely to erupt in the future are said to be "dormant " A volcano that has not erupted for a long time and is not expected to erupt in the future is "extinct "
a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
is a naturally occurring vent or fissure at Earth's surface through which erupt molten, solid, and gaseous materials Volcanic eruptions inject large quantities of dust, gas, and aerosols into the atmosphere and can thus cause temporary climatic cooling
(Vol-cane-oh) n an opening in the earth's crust through which molten rock, ash, and gases are ejected
a mountain formed by volcanic material
A vent in the Earth's crust caused by molten rock coming to the surface and being ejected, sometimes violently
{n} a mountain which emits fire and lava
an opening in Earth's crust from which ashes and hot gases flow
A mountain that contains a magma chamber attached to the mantle of the planet or moon and which periodically erupts forth, usually explosively, with lava and volcanic gases
Not even volcanologists can define this word without arguing To get an idea of what a volcano is, go here
An opening in a planet's surface through which hot liquid rock is thrown up W WATER VAPOR Water which is in the form of a gas
Upwelling of hot lava from below Earth's crust to the planet's surface
A mountain formed from the eruption of igneous matter through a source vent
A mountain made of layers of ash and lava The classic volcano is shaped like a cone
A mountain that historically has erupted, or can erupt in the future, and can cause landslides or other destruction Like some natural disasters, they are unpredictable, unpreventable, and cause indiscriminate damage, so they tend to not cause a diminution in value to a particular property or neighborhood but rather impact a large region
formed when hot, melted rock erupts and builds a mountain like structure on the surface of the earth
A mountain or hill, usually more or less conical in form, from which lava, cinders, steam, sulphur gases, and the like, are ejected; often popularly called a burning mountain
A volcano is a mountainous vent in the Earth's crust When a volcano erupts, it spews out lava, ashes, and hot gases from deep inside the Earth
A vent in the surface of the Earth, from which lava, ash, and gases erupt, forming a structure that is roughly conical
a gap in the earth's crust where molten rock and other materials escape onto the Earth's surface
Volcano Islands
Group of three small volcanic islands, western Pacific Ocean, southern of Bonin Islands, Japan. After they were visited by Japanese fishermen and sulfur miners in 1887, the three islands of Kita Iwo, Iwo Jima (the largest), and Minami Iwo were claimed by Japan in 1891. After World War II, Japan retained residual sovereignty over the islands, but the U.S. administered them from 1951 until their return to Japan in 1968
volcano islands
a group of Japanese Islands in the northwesternern Pacific Ocean north of the Marianas
active volcano
A volcano that currently vents lava or gases etc, or has the capability of doing so
dormant volcano
A volcano that has not erupted for a considerable length of time, but is still capable of erupting
extinct volcano
A volcano that is thought to be incapable of further eruptions
mud volcano
A conical structure formed by the eruption of rock fragments and wet mud along with hot gases
shield volcano
A large volcano, with shallow-sloping sides and a flattened dome, formed of successive eruptions of free-flowing lava; a lava dome
A volcano
Mayon Volcano
or Mount Mayon Active volcano, southeastern Luzon, Philippines. One of the world's most perfect volcanic cones, it has a base 80 mi (130 km) in circumference and rises to 7,943 ft (2,421 m). It is popular with climbers and campers and is the centre of Mayon Volcano National Park, which occupies 21 sq mi (55 sq km). It has erupted more than 30 times since 1616; an eruption in 1993 killed 75 people. Its most destructive eruption was in 1814, when the town of Cagsawa was buried
Misti Volcano
Spanish Volcán Misti Volcano, Andes Mountains, southern Peru. It is flanked by Chachani and Pichupichu volcanoes and rises to 19,098 ft (5,821 m) above sea level, towering over the city of Arequipa. Its pristine snowcapped cone is thought to have had religious significance for the Incas, and it has inspired legends and poetry. Now dormant, it last erupted during an earthquake in 1600
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
Preserve, north-central Arizona, U.S. Established in 1930, the monument covers 5 sq mi (13 sq km) and contains the brilliant-hued cinder cone of an extinct volcano that erupted 1064. It rises 1,000 ft (300 m) and has a crater 400 ft (120 m) deep and 1,280 ft (390 m) in diameter. The tract contains numerous lava flows, fumaroles, and lava beds
Tajumulco Volcano
Volcanic mountain, western Guatemala. Part of a mountain range that extends into Guatemala from southern Mexico, it is the highest peak in Central America, 13,845 ft (4,220 m) high. It is thought to sit atop the remains of an older volcano
active volcano
mountain with periodic volcanic eruptions
dead volcano
inactive volcano, dormant volcano
dormant volcano
{i} (Geology) innactive volcano, volcano that has not erupted in a lengthy period of time however can still erupt in the future
extinct volcano
{i} volcano which is no longer active and will not burst out in the future
mud volcano
{i} small volcano-shaped temporary mound of mud that is formed by geologically excreted liquids and gases around a geyser
plural of volcano
plural of volcano



    Türkische aussprache



    /välˈkānō/ /vɑːlˈkeɪnoʊ/


    [ väl-'kA-(")nO, vol- ] (noun.) 1613. From Italian vulcano, from Latin Vulcanus (“Vulcan”) the Roman god of fire and metalworking. Perhaps related to Greek πῦρ (pyr, “fire”) and καίειν (kaiein, “to burn”)


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