dew

listen to the pronunciation of dew
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} çiy

Sabah, çimlerin üzerinde çiy yalınayak dokunmak iyidir. - In the morning, it is good to touch barefoot the dew on the grass.

Bu sabah biraz çiy vardı. - There was some dew this morning.

çiğlenme
ıslatmak
(Meteoroloji) işba
jale
şebnem
çiğ

Güneş doğduğunda çiğ buharlaştı. - The dew evaporated when the sun rose.

Çiğ çim yaprakları üzerinde. - The dew is on the leaves of grass.

(Askeri) yönlendirilmiş enerji harbi (directed-energy warfare)
dew point çiy düşmesi için gerekli ısı derecesi
mountain dew kaçak imal edilen viski
{i} gençlik
{i} tazelik
Rubus caesius
gençliğin baharı çiyle ıslatmak
{i} damlacık
dewworm solucan
dewdrop çiy damlası
dewberry böğürtlen
dew point
çiğ noktası
dew point
yoğuşma noktası
dew point
çiğleşme noktası
dew point
(Gıda,Kimya) çiğlenme noktası
dew point
(Fizik,Gıda) çiylenme noktası
dew point
çiy çekidi
dew point
yoğunlaşma çekidi
dew point
çiğ düşmesi için gerekli ısı derecesi
dew point analyzer
çiy noktası analizörü
dew point apparatus
çiy noktası aleti
dew point temperature
çiy noktası ısısı
dew worm
solucan
dew-worm
solucan
dew drop
çiy damlası
dew lap
çiy tur
dew point
çiy düşmesi için gerekli işi derecesi
dew point
İşba sıcaklığı
dew point
su damlacıklarının yoğunlaşıp, çiy oluşturduğu derece, çiy oluşma derecesi
dew point of
çiy noktası
dew point temperature
(Bilim, İlim) çiğlenme noktası sıcaklığı, çiğ noktası sıcaklığı.çiğlenme noktası sıcaklığı, atmosferde bulunan nemin yoğunlaşmaya başladığı noktadaki sıcaklıktır
dew claw
köpeğin arka tırnağı
dew drop
çiy damlacığı
dew fall
akşam
dew line
(Askeri) uzaktan erken uyarı hattı
dew line
(Askeri) ÇİĞ HATTI: Kuzey Amerika kıtası yetmişinci enlem çizgisi üzerinde Uzak Mesafe Erken ikaz sistemi olarak kurulmuş radar istasyonları hattı
dew point
çiy oluşma derecesi
dew point
çiğ düşmesi için gerekli ısı derecesi,çığ noktası
dew point analyser
(Meteoroloji) çiy noktası analizörü
dew worm
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yersolucanı
dew worm
olta solucanı
covered by dew
kapsadığı çiy
honey dew
bal çiy
daily dew
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) güneş gülü
dew point
çiy noktası
dew point
yoğunlaşma noktası
mountain dew
İskoç viskisi
Türkçe - Türkçe
Zerdüştiler'de cin
İngilizce - İngilizce
Distant Early Warning
To wet with, or as if with, dew; to moisten
moisture in the air that settles on plants, etc in the morning, resulting in drops
an instance of a such moisture settling on plants, etc

there was a heavy dew this morning.

{v} to wet, to moisten
{n} a thin cold vapor
Moisture that has condensed on objects near the ground, whose temperatures have fallen below the dew point temperature Explore more
Same as Due, or Duty
Water condensed onto objects at or near the ground, due to the fact that their temperatures have fallen below the dew point temperature of the surrounding air, but not below freezing
Dew is small drops of water that form on the ground and other surfaces outdoors during the night. The dew gathered on the leaves. distant early warning. the small drops of water that form on outdoor surfaces during the night. Deposit of water droplets formed at night by the condensation of water vapour from the air onto the surfaces of exposed objects. Dew forms on clear nights, when exposed surfaces lose heat by radiation and are thus usually colder than the air. The cold surface cools the air in its vicinity, and, if the air is humid enough, it may cool below its dew point, the temperature at which water vapour condenses out of the air onto the surface. See also frost
Directed Energy Weapons
water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air; "in the morning the grass was wet with dew"
is low level fog that condenses to form water droplets on the ground As the ground cools at night, warm moist air near ground level is chilled and water vapour condenses on grass and other objects Dew is particularly heavy on clear summer nights
Moisture that has condensed on objects near the ground, whose temperatures have fallen below the dewpoint temperature
a demon (Var: 'dev', Av 'daeva', OP 'daiva')
directed-energy weapon
{f} wet with dew; cover with drops of dew
Water that forms on objects close to the ground when its temperature falls below the dew point of the surface air
Water condensed onto grass and other objects near the ground Dew forms when temperatures fall below the dew point of the surface air due to radiational cooling during the night but are still above freezing Hoarfrost (or white frost) forms if the dew point is below freezing If the temperature falls below freezing after the dew has formed, the frozen dew is known as white dew or jackfrost
condensed moisture (water vapor), appearing as small drops on a cool surface; usually occurs after or during a very warm day
moisture, as in: It was a beautiful spring morning, and the grass sparkled with dew
To wet with dew or as with dew; to bedew; to moisten; as with dew
Condensed atmospheric moisture deposited in small drops on cool surfaces
Condensation in the form of small water drops that form on grass and other obect near the ground when the temperature has fallen to the dewpoint Dew generally forms during the nighttime hours and evaporates by mid to late morning
Water that forms on an object close to the ground when its temperature falls below the dew point of the surface air
water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air; "in the morning the grass was wet with dew
Surface moisture on grass leaves This is usually caused by atmospheric moisture condensing onto leaves and/or by guttation
Moisture droplets that form on a cool surface
Water droplets condensed from the air, usually at night, onto cool surfaces
Moisture from water vapor in the air that has condensed on objects near the ground, whose temperatures have fallen below the dewpoint temperature
Figuratively, anything which falls lightly and in a refreshing manner
Condensation in the form of small water drops that forms on grass and other small objects near the ground when the temperature has fallen to the dew point, generally during the nighttime hours
Atmospheric moisture that condenses after a warm day and appears during the night on cool surfaces as small drops The cool surfaces cause the water vapor in the air to cool to the point where the water vapor condenses
{i} small drops of atmospheric moisture that form on cool surfaces (especially at night)
The droplets of water condensed from adjacent air when the temperature falls
Water droplets that form upon surfaces on or near the ground when air is cooled toward its dew point
An emblem of morning, or fresh vigor
Condensation of water on the Earth's surface because of atmospheric cooling
The moisture which collects in small droplets on the surface of substances and vegetation by atmospheric condensation, chiefly at night
water condensed onto a solid surface which has cooled to the dew point of the contiguous air
Moisture from the atmosphere condensed by cool bodies upon their surfaces, particularly at night
DEW line
The Distant Early Warning Line, a series of radar stations, located north of the Arctic Circle and extending from Alaska to Baffin Island, operated by American and Canadian authorities from the late 1950s to the early 1990s to help protect North America by detecting incoming hostile missiles and aircraft
dew drop
A slow pitch
dew drop
a small amount of morning moisture or dew
dew point
The temperature at which the air becomes saturated and water vapor condenses to form dew
dew points
plural form of dew point
dew-point
Attributive form of dew point, noun
dew point
temperature at which water vapor in the air condenses and turns to dew
dew point
the atmospheric temperature below which water droplets begin to condense and dew can form
dew point temperature
(Bilim, İlim) The dew point temperature is the temperature that a parcel of air must be cooled to in order to reach saturation. Cooling past the dew point temperature normally results in condensation or precipitation
dew drops
drops of dew, drops of condensed moisture
dew point
The temperature at which air becomes saturated and produces dew
dew point
the temperature at which the water vapor in the air becomes saturated and condensation begins
dew pond
{i} small shallow pond found on hill tops
Mountain Dew
A brand of citrus-flavored, carbonated, heavily caffeinated beverage
dew.
rore

Demeas: Let it bee lawfull for mee (most honorable not onerable paire) awhile to reteyne & deteyne ligate & obligate your eares with my words neither aspersed or inspersed with the flore or rore of eloquence, yee are both like in nature, & in nurture alike in Genius & both alike ingenuous. What Timon refuses Callimela refuses, what Callimela wills Timon also wills, soe that Callimela may not bee but Timons Callimela, and Timon but Callimelas Timon.

mountain dew
Illegally distilled whiskey
night dew
{n} a dew that falls in the night
Mountain Dew
citrus flavoured soft drink made by Pepsi
dews
{i} drops of dew
dews
plural of dew
mountain dew
moonshine, strong illegally distilled alcohol (Informal); nonsense (Informal)
mountain dew
Illegally distilled corn liquor
dew

    Heceleme

    Dew

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    du

    Eş anlamlılar

    rore, condensation, water droplets

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdo͞o/ /ˈduː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dü also 'dyü ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English dēaw (“dew”), from Proto-Germanic *dawwaz, *dawwan (“dew, moisture”), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰeu- (“to run, flow”). Cognate with North Frisian dauw (“dew”), Dutch dauw (“dew”), German Tau (“dew”), Danish dug (“dew”), Swedish dagg (“dew”), Icelandic and Faroese dögg (“dew”), Ancient Greek θέω (théō, “run”, verb), Sanskrit (dhā́vati, “he runs, flows, moves”).

    Zamanlar

    dewing, dewed

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    dew point

    Günün kelimesi

    panegyric