debris

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İngilizce - Türkçe
moloz

Moloz sokakları kirletti. - Debris littered the streets.

{i} enkaz

Tom yerdeki enkaza baktı. - Tom looked through the debris on the floor.

Her yerde enkaz vardı. - There was debris everywhere.

{i} yıkıntı
debris
{i} kırıntı
{i} döküntü
çöküntü
{i} atıklar
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Diş yüzeyinde yapışık herhangi bir yabancı madde. 2. Cerrahi yolla alınan diş maddesi parçacıkları. 3. Tortu
birikmiş parçalar
(Çevre) artık
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kıymık
birikinti
debris flow
(Çevre) moloz akması
debris wood
enkaz odunu
debris flow
moloz akışı
debris clearing
moloz kaldırma
debris cloud
(Meteoroloji) enkaz bulutu
debris cone
(Jeoloji) birikinti konisi
debris cone
(Jeoloji) moloz konisi
debris fan
(Çevre) moloz birikintisi
debris line
(Askeri) döküntü çizgisi
debris removal
moloz kaldırma
debris slide
(Çevre) moloz kayması
cell debris
Ölü hücre kalıntısı
orbital debris
Yörüngesel kirlilik
cellular debris
Ölü hücre kalıntısı
rock debris
(Coğrafya) kaya döküntüsü
avalanche debris
çığ yığıntısı
bomb debris
(Çevre) bomba enkazı
floating debris
yüzen maddeler
flooding of debris
(Çevre) moloz seli
material debris
(İnşaat) malzeme döküntüsü
pile of debris
(Askeri) Moloz yığınları
removal of debris
(Sigorta) enkaz kaldırma
rock debris
kaya molozu
weapon debris
(Askeri) (NUCLEAR) SİLAH KALINTISI (NÜKLEER): Bir nükleer silahın patlamasından sonra geriye kalan kalıntılar. Yani muhafaza için kullanılan malzeme ve silahın diğer parçalarının yanı sıra, fizyon artıklarıyla birlikte kullanılmamış plütonyum veya uranyum
weapon debris (nuclear)
(Askeri) silah kalıntısı (nükleer)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Large rock fragments left by a melting glacier etc
Rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed
Litter and discarded refuse
The ruins of a broken-down structure
(noun) A small amount of solid material which blocks an orifice or entire channel It can be generated either externally, (paper dust) or, in rarer cases, internally from improperly cleaned units
Includes gravel, cobble, rubble, and boulder-sized sediments as well as trees and other organic detritus scattered about by either natural processes or human influences
see "Orbital Debris "
Any material, including floating or submerged trash, suspended sediment, or bed load, moved by a flowing stream (broken fragments of rock etc, broken by a powerful of destructive natural force such as the action of wind or a glacier) ADVANCE \x 540
Debris are the scattered remains of something broken or destroyed
– 1 : In the rainforest, dead vegetation that has fallen to the forest floor 2 : Carelessly discarded refuse or litter 3 : Rough, broken bits of stone, wood, and other materials, often found in a place of destruction
Polite term used to describe waste, usually food left overs from customer's plates, used serviettes, etc Debris plate: A plate placed for the customer when dishes are served which have an amount of debris created; including artichokes, fresh unpeeled fruit, unfilleted fish, etc
Debris is pieces from something that has been destroyed or pieces of rubbish or unwanted material that are spread around. A number of people were killed by flying debris
parts or fragments of something that has been broken down
Any solid material exceeding a 60 mm particle size that is intended for disposal and that is a manufactured object, or plant or animal matter, or natural geologic material
any material including floating wood trash, suspended sediment, or bed load, moved by a flowing stream
the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
Any material, including floating or submerged trash, suspended sediment, or bed load, moved by a flowing stream
The remains of something broken or destroyed
1 A term applied to the loose material arising from the disintegration of rocks and vegetative material; transportable by streams, ice, or floods 2 Stones, scrap material; stumps, limbs, and other undesirable vegetative material; waste and trash on a site
In air drying, rubbish such as broken stickers, fragments of boards, broken-down foundations, dried weeds, etc that restricts air movement In kiln drying, broken stickers, fragments of wood, and other rubbish that interferes with air circulation and increases the fire hazard
{i} fragments, rubble, wreckage, ruins
débris
{i} fragments, rubble, wreckage, ruins; what remains after something has been crushed or destroyed
debris field
Any area, non-dependent of locale, space, or contour, that contains the debris of wreckage, impact, sinking, or other material that once constituted a complete object. Debris fields can be found at the site of air crashes, water vessel sinking, explosions of buildings, collapses, and other events that render a whole entity into components, pieces, or other non-whole items
debris surge
the sudden spread of dust and debris from a collapsing building; "the destruction of the building produced an enormous debris surge
space debris
All the objects in orbit around the Earth that were created by human activity, but now have no useful purpose
Space debris
Space debris, also known as orbital debris, space junk, and space waste, is the collection of defunct objects in orbit around Earth. This includes everything from spent rocket stages, old satellites, fragments from disintegration, erosion, and collisions
cell debris
Dead or damaged dying cells
cellular debris
Dead or damaged dying cells
orbital debris
Space debris, also known as orbital debris, space junk, and space waste, is the collection of defunct objects in orbit around Earth. This includes everything from spent rocket stages, old satellites, fragments from disintegration, erosion, and collisions
Türkçe - İngilizce
debris
debris

    Heceleme

    de·bris

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    dıbri

    Zıt anlamlılar

    cleanliness, neatness, purity

    Telaffuz

    /dəˈbrē/ /dəˈbriː/

    Etimoloji

    [ d&-'brE, dA-', 'dA-", B ] (noun.) 1708. From French débris, itself from dé- (“de-”) + bris (“broken, crumbled”), or from Middle French debriser (“to break apart”), from Old French debrisier, itself from de- + brisier (“to break apart, shatter, bust”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *brestan (“to break violently, shatter, bust”), from Proto-Germanic *brestanan (“to break, burst”), from Proto-Indo-European *bhrest- (“to separate, burst”). Cogante with Old High German bristan (“to break asunder, burst”), Old English berstan (“to break, shatter, burst”). More at burst.

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