decayed

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çürümüş

Dan kedinin kötü biçimde çürümüş cesedini dikkatle kaldırdı. - Dan carefully lifted the badly decayed body of the cat.

zayıflamış
kuvvetsiz
kudretsiz
{s} halsiz düşmüş
düş
azalmış
{s} takâtsiz
{s} aşınmış
{s} dağılmış
{s} düşkün
{s} dumura uğramış
[adj] çürümüş
{s} çürük

Dişçi çürük dişimi zorla çekti. - The dentist pulled out my decayed tooth by force.

Ben çürük dişimi çektirdim. - I got my decayed tooth pulled out.

decay
çürümek

Tuz yiyeceği çürümekten korumak için yardımcı olur. - Salt helps to preserve food from decay.

Buzdolabı yiyeceği çürümekten korur. - The refrigerator preserves food from decay.

decay
çürük

Diş hekimi onun çürük dişini çekti. - The dentist pulled out his decayed tooth.

Ben çürük dişimi çektirdim. - I got my decayed tooth pulled out.

decay
çürüme

Elma çürümeye başladı. - The apple has begun to decay.

Fazla şeker dişlerinde çürümeye sebep olur. - Too many sweets cause your teeth to decay.

decay
azalmak
decay
parçalanmak
decay
ayrışma
decay
yıkılma
decay
azalma
decay
eksilme
decay
(Denizbilim) bozunum
decay
bozulma
decay
çürütmek
decay
bozulmak
decay
{i} düşüş
decay
çöküş
decay
{f} düş
decay
bozmak
decay
güçten düşmek
decay
sağlığını yitirmek
decay
{f} bozul

Yiyecek sıcak havada çabuk bozulur. - Food decays quickly in hot weather.

İki büyük medeniyet yavaş yavaş bozuldu. - Two great civilizations slowly fell into decay.

spoiled, rotten, decayed
şımarık, kokuşmuş, çürümüş
decay
{i} düşkünlük
decay
zayıflama
decay
{i} yıkılış
decay
(Askeri) (RADIOACTIVE) BOZULMA; ÇÜRÜME (BESİN)
decay
sıhhatçe düşme
decay
(Nükleer Bilimler) bozunma,bozunum
decay
{f} halsiz düşmek
decay
çürük/çürüme
decay
{f} zayıflamak
decay
inkıraz bulmak
decay
dağılmak
decay
(Biyoloji) çürü

Meyveler güneşte çürür. - Fruits decay in the sun.

Elma çürümeye başladı. - The apple has begun to decay.

decay
(Tıp) kuvvetinden kaybetme (ilaç)
decay
zeval bulmak
decay
çürü,v.düş: n.düşüş
decay
(Tıp) Sıhhatin bozulması
decay
sıhhatçe düşmek
decay
çürütme
decay
bozul/çürü/çürüt
İngilizce - İngilizce
Describing something that has, or is in process, of decaying

The decayed remains of the pilot's shirt showed where the plane had been shot down.

Simple past tense and past participle of decay
{s} deteriorated by decay; rotten
Fallen, as to physical or social condition; affected with decay; rotten; as, decayed vegetation or vegetables; a decayed fortune or gentleman
Past tense and past participle of decay
damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless; "rotten floor boards"; "rotted beams"; "a decayed foundation"
deteriorated by decay or rot; "decayed teeth"
deteriorated by decay or rot; "decayed teeth" damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless; "rotten floor boards"; "rotted beams"; "a decayed foundation
damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless; "rotten floor boards"; "rotted beams"; "a decayed foundation
dotterel
decay
The process or result of being gradually decomposed
decay
A deterioration of condition
decay
To rot, to go bad
decay
To deteriorate, to get worse, to lose strength or health, to decline in quality
decayed.
fenowed
decay
{n} a falling away or off, decline, loss
decay
{v} to consume, decline, wither, rot, fall
DECAY
radioactive
Decay
caries
decay
The spontaneous radioactive transformation of one nuclide into a different nuclide or into a different energy state of the same nuclide Every decay process has a definite half-life
decay
the spontaneous disintegration of a radioactive substance along with the emission of ionizing radiation
decay
In a traditional envelope, the time it takes for the enveloped setting to reach its sustain level after the Attack envelope stage
decay
an inferior state resulting from the process of decaying; "the corpse was in an advanced state of decay"; "the house had fallen into a serious state of decay and disrepair"
decay
The disintegration of organic materials into simpler forms, or into their original elements, by action of bacteria, fungi, or other microorganisms
decay
Destruction; death
decay
undergo decay or decomposition; "The body started to decay and needed to be cremated
decay
To pass gradually from a sound, prosperous, or perfect state, to one of imperfection, adversity, or dissolution; to waste away; to decline; to fail; to become weak, corrupt, or disintegrated; to rot; to perish; as, a tree decays; fortunes decay; hopes decay
decay
the organic phenomenon of rotting a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current the process of gradually becoming inferior the spontaneous disintegration of a radioactive substance along with the emission of ionizing radiation an inferior state resulting from the process of decaying; "the corpse was in an advanced state of decay"; "the house had fallen into a serious state of decay and disrepair"
decay
A deterioration of condition or plaque on ones teeth
decay
In physics, the breaking apart of nuclei into smaller constituent nuclei, releasing energetic particles in the process as there is less total energy
decay
{i} rot, putrefaction, decomposition
decay
Gradual failure of health, strength, soundness, prosperity, or of any species of excellence or perfection; tendency toward dissolution or extinction; corruption; rottenness; decline; deterioration; as, the decay of the body; the decay of virtue; the decay of the Roman empire; a castle in decay
decay
To cause to decay; to impair
decay
The second of the four segments of a typical ADSR envelope The decay control determines the amount of time it takes for the envelope to fall from the peak reached at the end of the attack segment to the sustain level See ADSR
decay
undergo decay or decomposition; "The body started to decay and needed to be cremated"
decay
1) The rate of reduction of the audio signal generated in synthesizers from the peak level to sustain level (see the term ADSR) 2) The fade out of the reverberation of a sound
decay
one of the four basic stages of an envelope Refers to the time the sound takes to settle into its sustain level
decay
A process in which a particle disappears and in its place two or more different particles appear The sum of the masses of the produced particles is always less than the mass of the original particle
decay
Any process in which a particle disappears and in its place two or more different particles appear More Information: Decays, Radioactive Decays
decay
The spontaneous disintegration of the nucleus of an unstable atom, resulting in the emission of particles and energy
decay
Decrease in activity of a radioactive substance due to the disintegration of an atomic nucleus resulting in the release of alpha or beta particles or gamma radiation
decay
Any process in which a particle disappears and in its place two or more different particles appear
decay
{f} rot, decompose; deteriorate, waste away
decay
If something such as a society, system, or institution decays, it gradually becomes weaker or its condition gets worse. Popular cinema seems to have decayed Decay is also a noun. There are problems of urban decay and gang violence. tooth decay alpha decay beta decay gamma decay
decay
The breakdown of organic matter into simpler compounds due to the digestive action of microorganisms such as bacteria or other decomposers
decay
When something such as a dead body, a dead plant, or a tooth decays, it is gradually destroyed by a natural process. The bodies buried in the fine ash slowly decayed The ground was scattered with decaying leaves. = rot Decay is also a noun. When not removed, plaque causes tooth decay and gum disease. + decayed de·cayed decayed teeth. = rotten
decay
To destroy
decay
The decrease in activity of any radioactive material with the passage of time due to the spontaneous emission from the atomic nuclei of either alpha or beta particles, sometimes accompanied by gamma radiation See Half-life, Radioactivity
decay
Change of an element into a different element, usually with some other particle(s) and energy emitted
decay
Cause of decay
decay
When a radioactive atom disintegrates it is said to decay What remains is a different element An atom of polonium decays to form lead, ejecting an alpha particle in the process
decay
a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
decay
This refers to a situation that can be modeled by a function of the form f(x) = Cbx + a with 0 < b < 1
decay
the organic phenomenon of rotting
decay
The decrease in activity of any radionuclide [see radionuclide definition] over time, due to spontaneous emission of radiation from its atomic nuclei of either alpha particles [see alpha particles definition], beta particles [see definition] or gamma rays [see definition] The rate of decay for a radionuclide is related to its half-life [see half-life definition] (FEMA- Rep-5, 1992 ) Back to Top
decay
lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current; "the particles disintegrated during the nuclear fission process"
decay
Decrease of a radioactive substance because of nuclear emission of alpha or beta particles, positrons, or gamma rays See radioactivity In beta decay, for example, the emission of a -particle, i e , an electron, causes radioactive change into a daughter element of the same atomic weight as the parent element but of atomic number higher by 1
decay
The process whereby radioactive particles undergo a change from one form, or isotope, to another, releasing radioactive particles and/or energy
decay
fall into decay or ruin; "The unoccupied house started to decay"
decay
Disintegration of wood or other substance through the action of fungi
decay
The change of one radioactive nuclide into a different nuclide by the spontaneous emission of alpha, beta, or gamma radiation, or by electron capture The end product is a less energetic, more stable nucleus Each decay process has a definite half-life
decay
The change of one radioactive nuclide into a different nuclide by the spontaneous emission of alpha, beta, or gamma rays, or by electron capture The end product is a less energetic, more stable nucleus Each decay process has a definite half-life
decay
The decrease in the amount of any radioactive material with the passage of time due to spontaneous emission from the atomic nuclei of either alpha or beta particles, often accompanied by gamma radiation Every radionuclide has a definite half-life
decay
the process of gradually becoming inferior
decay
Disintegration of atomic nuclei resulting in the emission of alpha or beta particles (usually with gamma radiation) Also the exponential decrease in radioactivity of a material as nuclear disintegrations take place and more stable nuclei are formed
decayed