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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Havacılık) çift kutup
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) mükerrer sözcük
mükerrer satır
çift mercek
duble taş
Rönesans devrinde erkek lerin giydiği bir çeşit yelek
iki parçadan meydana gelen sahte taş
(Tıp) Gözdeki kırma hatalarını düzletmek için yapılmış iki mercekten oluşan bir nevi gözlük
{i} çiftin teki
doublets atılınca çift gelen zarlar
(Nükleer Bilimler) çift çizgi
{i} eskiden giyilen erkek yeleği
(Askeri) DABLET ANTEN: Çalışma frekansı, dalga boyuna kıyasla oldukça kısa olan dipol anten
yanlışlıkla tekrar dizilen satır veya kelime
(Biyokimya) ikili atom
electric doublet
elektriksel çift
(isim) çifte gelen zarlar
{i} çifte gelen zarlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
An imitation gem made of two pieces of glass or crystal with a layer of color between them
A word (or rather, a halfword) consisting of two bytes
A quantum state of a system with a spin of 1/2, such that there are two allowed values of the spin component, -1/2 and +1/2
A word or phrase set a second time by mistake
A very small flowering plant, Dimeresia howellii
In textual criticism, two different narrative accounts of the same actual event
a man’s close-fitting jacket, with or without sleeves. Men in Europe wore doublets from the 1400s to the 1600s
one of two or more different words in a language derived from the same origin but coming by different routes (e.g., toucher and toquer in French or blanche and blank in English)
a pair of two similar or equal things; couple
one of a pair of like things
{n} a pair, waistcoat, patent, false stone
Two peaks or bands of about equal intensity appearing close together on a spectrogram
A word or words unintentionally doubled or set up a second time
A game somewhat like backgammon
A lens system comprising two elements, used to reduce chromatic aberration
1 In fluid mechanics, a source and a sink of equal strength whose distance apart is zero
Two dice, each of which, when thrown, has the same number of spots on the face lying uppermost; as, to throw doublets
One of two or more words in the same language derived by different courses from the same original from; as, crypt and grot are doublets; also, guard and ward; yard and garden; abridge and abbreviate, etc
a man's close-fitting jacket; worn during the Renaissance
Also, a piece of paste or glass covered by a veneer of real stone
is composed of a layer of precious opal attached to a dark background; simulates black opal
If a bell is not round, individual partials can split into a close pair of frequencies which beat together Doublets can add antique charm to a bell's sound but are usually to be avoided
– man’s close fitting garment, similar to jacket, with or without sleeves
Two of the same kind; a pair; a couple
(See fivelet)
a man's close-fitting jacket worn in Europe especially during the Renaissance
It was worn in Western Europe from the 15th to the 17th century
a man's close-fitting jacket, with or without sleeves. Men in Europe wore doublets from the 1400s to the 1600s
one of two or more different words in a language derived from the same origin but coming by different routes
A doublet was a short, tight jacket that was worn by men in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and early seventeenth centuries. a man's tight jacket, worn in Europe from about 1400 to the middle 1600s
An arrangement of two lenses for a microscope, designed to correct spherical aberration and chromatic dispersion, thus rendering the image of an object more clear and distinct
The electronic state of a molecule having one unpaired spin is termed a doublet (see °radical) This term is derived from spectroscopy: an unpaired spin can be either up or down with respect to a magnetic field, and these states have different energy, resulting in field-dependent pairs, or doublets, of spectral lines (See °triplet, °singlet )
A form of gemstone trickery that was devised to allow inexpensive materials to imitate the more valuable gemstones before modern synthetics were available A doublet can take several forms but always involves a fake gemstone produced by gluing together two different materials to form an illusion A very common one in Victorian times was the garnet and glass doublet This involved a red garnet top, glued to a colored glass bottom The refractive properties of a faceted stone are such that the red of the garnet only shows at odd angles, or if the stone is immersed in a special liquid with a high refractive index Thus, for example, a green glass bottom with a garnet top will give the appearance of a fine emerald because the top is a natural gemstone with cut facets, and a few natural imperfections, and the bottom is bright green which reflects throughout the stone The effect is hard to appreciate unless you've seen one
quilted garment, stuffed with cotton or waste material, stitched and worn under a hauberk
A counterfeit gem, composed of two pieces of crystal, with a color them, and thus giving the appearance of a naturally colored gem
An imitation that is made by joining a gem material to glass or another gem material
A doublet (also dublette) is a gem made from two layers in order to save expenses; the lower part of the composite stone is glass or a non-precious stone, the top is the more valuable stone Many different types of doublets have been manufactured (including opal doublets) One common doublet contains a layer of real garnet and a layer of glass A thin, red garnet top is glued to a colored glass bottom A green glass bottom with a red garnet top layer produces an emerald-like stone A diamond is enlarged by cementing it to a crystal base
A close-fitting garment for men, covering the body from the neck to the waist or a little below
{i} fitted jacket worn Europe during the 14th century; (Linguistics) one of two or more similar words in a language that are from the same root but have different meanings (usually one word is an intellectual one and the other is popular)
Two particles stuck together, which a flow cytometer records as one larger event Particles may also occur in triplets and higher associations
plural of doublet
See Doublet, 6 and 7
wollastons doublet
A magnifying glass consisting of two plano-convex lenses
wollastons doublet
It is designed to correct spherical aberration and chromatic dispersion