destruction

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yıkım

Onlar söylenemeyecek miktarda ölüm ve yıkıma neden oldular. - They caused an untold amount of death and destruction.

Biz ve sovyetler nükleer yıkımın alışılmış tehditiyle yüz yüzeyiz ve hem kapitalizmin hem komunizmin nükleer bir savaşla mücadele etmesi olasılık dışı. - Both we and the Soviets face the common threat of nuclear destruction and there is no likelihood that either capitalism or communism will survive a nuclear war.

imha

Günümüzde kendini kitle imha silahlarına karşı korumak mümkün değildir. - Nowadays it's not possible to protect oneself against weapons of mass destruction.

Kitlesel imha hayali kuran insanlar, toplumun faydalı bir şey üretmemiş olduğunu düşünüyor. - People who dream of mass destruction think that society hasn't constructed anything worthwhile.

(Denizbilim) yokedim
{i} yıkma
{i} tahribat

Bölgenin sanayileşmesi çevresel tahribatı önlemek için çok dikkatli yapılmalıdır. - Industrialization of the region must be carried out very carefully to avoid environmental destruction.

izmihlal
(Askeri) İMHA: Belirli bir hedefi imha için gereken ayarlama
(Tıp) Bozulma, harabiyet, yıkım
yıkılma
(Biyoloji) destrüksiyon
harap etme
mahvetme
yıkım/yok olma
yok olma

Bir nükleer savaş, insanlığın yok olmasına neden olacak. - A nuclear war will bring about the destruction of mankind.

yok etme
{i} tahrip

Ozon tabakasının tahrip edilmesi çevreyi etkiler. - The destruction of the ozone layer affects the environment.

Bu yağışlı sezon çok tahrip getiriyor. - This rainy season brings a lot of destruction.

{i} öldürme
afet
belâ
{i} yok edilme

Hükümet otuz yıl önce onların yok edilmesini emretti. - The government ordered their destruction thirty years ago.

telef
bela
yıkımı
mahv
destruction agreement
(Askeri) imha anlaşması
destruction and reconstruction
yok etme ve tekrar inşa
destruction by severing
(Askeri) kaynakla indirim yöntemi
destruction fire
(Askeri) tahrip ateşi
destruction of goods
(Ticaret) eşyanın imhası
destruction plan
(Askeri) tahrip planı
destruction of goods
malların imhası
destruction of rats
farelerin imha edilmesi
destruction ambush
(Askeri) İmha pususu
destruction fire
(Askeri) İmha ateşi (topçu)
destruction fire
(Askeri) TAHRİP ATEŞİ: Kullanılmaz hale gelinceye kadar hasara uğratılacak malzeme üzerine açılan ateş
destruction radius
(Askeri) TAHRİP YARI ÇAPI: Bir mayın harbinde hasar meydana getirecek, infilak eden bir mayından en uzak olan mesafe
destruction radius
(Askeri) tahrip yarıçapı
destruct
kendi kendini imha etmek
destruct
imha edilmek
destruct
(Askeri) füze imhası
self destruction
(Kanun) kendine zarar verme
destruct
öz özünü imha etmek
forest destruction
orman tahribatı
intentional destruction
kasıtlı tahribat
destructions
tahribatlar
end of life; dying; destruction
hayatın sonu; oluyor; imha
habitat destruction
Doğal ortamın/çevrenin yok edilmesi
habitat destruction
Doğal yaşam kaybı
mass destruction
Kitle imha
self destruction
Kendi kendine zarar verme
self destruction
İntihar
weapon of mass destruction
kitle imha silahı
coastal destruction
(Çevre) kıyı tahribatı
coastal destruction
(Askeri) kıyının yok olması
destruct
(Askeri) (MISSILE) FÜZE İMHASI: Bir füzenin veya benzer bir aracın güvenlik veya diğer sebepler dolayısıyla kasten imhası
destruct
{f} hedefe ulaşmadan imha etmek
destruct
destructor roket imha cihazı
destruct
çöp fırın
intentional destruction
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kasıtlı yıkım
lead to destruction
tahribat yapmak
weapons of mass destruction
(Askeri) kitle imha silahları
weapons of moss destruction
(Askeri) KİTLE İMHA SİLAHLARI; KİTLE HALİNDE İMHA SİLAHLARI: Silah kontrolü kullanımında, yüksek tahrip kabiliyetine sahip ve/veya çok sayıda insanı öldürecek şekilde kullanılan silahlar anlamına gelir. Bu silahlar, nükleer, kimyasal, biyolojik ve radyolojik olabilirler. Ancak silahın ayrılabilir veya bölünebilir kısımları olan sevk veya itici kısımları bunun dışında kalır
willed destruction
istemli yıkım
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of destroying

The destruction of the condemned building will take place at noon.

The results of a destructive event

Amid the seemingly endless destruction, a single flower bloomed.

{n} ruin, havoc, massacre, death eternal
The state of being destroyed, demolished, ruined, slain, or devastated
A process by which chemicals are converted in an essentially irreversible way to a form unsuitable for production of or use as chemical weapons, and which in an irreversible manner renders munitions and other devices unusable as such
- Destruction means the complete destruction of articles or merchandise to the extent that they have no commercial value Any residue from the destruction within a zone, which is determined to be without commercial value, may be removed to Customs territory for disposal [19 CFR 146 52(e)]
In records management, the major type of disposal action Methods of destroying records include selling or salvaging the record medium and burning, pulping, shredding, macerating, or discarding with other waste materials See also DELETING, DISPOSAL, DISPOSITION, EMERGENCY DESTRUCTION
termination by an act of destruction
a final state; "he came to a bad end"; "the so-called glorious experiment came to an inglorious end"
an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
{i} ruin, desolation, annihilation
Destruction is the act of destroying something, or the state of being destroyed. an international agreement aimed at halting the destruction of the ozone layer. the act or process of destroying something or of being destroyed destroy destruction of (destructus, past participle of destruere; DESTROY)
Disposal of classified material by prescribed procedures
A condition when the ability of a critical infrastructure to provide its customers an expected upon level of products and services is negated Typically a permanent condition An infrastructure is considered destroyed when its level of performance is zero
in Job 26: 6, 28: 22 (Heb abaddon) is sheol, the realm of the dead
A spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power themed around the concept of destruction
termination by an act of destruction an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
The act of destroying; a tearing down; a bringing to naught; subversion; demolition; ruin; slaying; devastation
overcoming, or liberation from, evil things through their d ; samuccheda-pahána or samuccheda-vimutti; s pahána
A destroying agency; a cause of ruin or of devastation; a destroyer
decreation
forlesing
destruction permit
A government license to kill or remove fauna that would otherwise be protected
Destruction of the First Temple
destruction of the first Jewish Temple built by King Solomon, exile of the Jewish people to the Diaspora
Destruction of the Second Temple
destruction of the second Jewish Temple by the Romans
destruction by fire
ruin of property caused by fire
destruction fire
fire delivered for the sole purpose of destroying material objects
destruction of evidence
elimination of proof that an offense or crime was committed
destruction of the Maine
(Feb. 15, 1898) Incident preceding the Spanish-American War in which a mysterious explosion sank the U.S. battleship Maine in the harbour of Havana, Cuba, killing 260 sailors. The U.S. had sent the Maine to Havana in January 1898 to protect U.S. citizens and property after riots in Cuba's struggle for independence from Spain. U.S. anti-Spanish sentiment was inflamed by tabloid newspapers proclaiming "Remember the Maine, to hell with Spain!" ; armed intervention followed in April. It is now believed that the explosion was caused internally
destruction of the Third Temple
burning down of the third Jewish temple in Jerusalem (viewed as a threat, a warning against a great danger)
destruction
termination by an act of destruction
destruction
an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
destruction
A process by which chemicals are converted in an essentially irreversible way to a form unsuitable for production of or use as chemical weapons, and which in an irreversible manner renders munitions and other devices unusable as such
destruction
A condition when the ability of a critical infrastructure to provide its customers an expected upon level of products and services is negated Typically a permanent condition An infrastructure is considered destroyed when its level of performance is zero
destruction
A spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power themed around the concept of destruction
destruction
Disposal of classified material by prescribed procedures
destruction
In records management, the major type of disposal action Methods of destroying records include selling or salvaging the record medium and burning, pulping, shredding, macerating, or discarding with other waste materials See also DELETING, DISPOSAL, DISPOSITION, EMERGENCY DESTRUCTION
destruction
in Job 26: 6, 28: 22 (Heb abaddon) is sheol, the realm of the dead
destruction
- Destruction means the complete destruction of articles or merchandise to the extent that they have no commercial value Any residue from the destruction within a zone, which is determined to be without commercial value, may be removed to Customs territory for disposal [19 CFR 146 52(e)]
destruction
end: a final state; "he came to a bad end"; "the so-called glorious experiment came to an inglorious end"
destruct
To intentionally cause the destruction of
destruct
To self-destruct
mass destruction
Killing of large numbers of people
mutual assured destruction
The threat of massive retaliation using nuclear weapons should a potential enemy use them first, both sides being annihilated in the event of war
mutually assured destruction
Alternative form of mutual assured destruction
self-destruction
The voluntary destruction of something by itself
weapon of mass destruction
A chemical, biological, radiological nuclear or other weapon that is designed to cause death or serious injury to large numbers of civilians
weapons of mass destruction
plural form of weapon of mass destruction
habitat destruction
(Çevre) Habitat destruction is a process of land use change in which one habitat-type is removed and replaced with another habitat-type. In the process of land-use change, plants and animals which previously used the site are displaced or destroyed, reducing biodiversity
habitat destruction
Habitat destruction (or habitat loss) is the process in which natural habitat is rendered functionally unable to support the species present
mutual assured destruction
Severe, unavoidable reciprocal damage that superpowers are likely to inflict on each other or their allies in a nuclear war, conceived as the heart of a doctrine of nuclear deterrence
Mutual Assured Destruction
constant threat that was present between the USA and the Soviet Union and which helped prevent nuclear war (both countries had the ability to completely annihilate the other), MAD
after the destruction of the 2nd Temple
in the period after the second temple of the Jews was destroyed by the Romans
after the destruction of the Temple
in the period after the temple of the Jews was destroyed in the 6th century B.C. by the Babylonians
caused destruction
resulted in devastation, led to ruin caused havoc
check destruction
damage to a check causing it to be invalid
complete destruction
total ruin, total loss, total destruction
currency destruction
damaging of bills or coins
destruct
Cause the destruction of
destruct
{f} destroy, annihilate, ruin
destruct
do away with, cause the destruction or undoing of; "The fire destroyed the house"
destruct
To destroy
destruct
{i} destruction; intentional destruction through the explosion of missiles or rockets
destruct
destroy (one's own missile or rocket); "The engineers had to destruct the rocket for safety reasons
destruct
destroy (one's own missile or rocket); "The engineers had to destruct the rocket for safety reasons"
destruct
{s} serving to destroy or ruin
destructions
plural of destruction
mass destruction
large-scale obliteration, major ruin, mass extermination
self destruction
performing actions that cause harm to oneself
self-destruction
the act of destroying yourself; "his insistence was pure self-destruction"
self-destruction
the act of killing yourself; "it is a crime to commit suicide"
self-destruction
the act of destroying yourself; "his insistence was pure self-destruction
weapon of mass destruction
WMD, weapons that are designed to cause great amounts casualties and widespread devastation (esp. ones based on nuclear, biological, or chemical methods)
weapon of mass destruction
a weapon that kills or injures civilian as well as military personnel (nuclear and chemical and biological weapons)
destruction