duct

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ductless gland tıb salgısını doğrudan kana veren iç salgı bezi
boğaz
dak
suyolu
{i} boru
guddelerden salgıları akıtan arna
tüp, mecra, kanal
oluk
(botanik) damar
özellikle guddelerden sıvı maddeleri nakleden kanal, bezlerin salgısını akıtan kanal
(Nükleer Bilimler) dehliz
ductless mecrasız
bezlerin salgısını akıtan kanal
(Tıp) Özellikle guddelerden sıvı maddeleri nakleden damar, bezlerin salgısını akıtan kanal, boru, ductus
kanalsız
özellikle guddelerden sıvı maddeleri nakleden kanal
{i} tüp
{i} kanal

Bana gözyaşı kanalımın tıkandığı söylenildi. - I was told my tear duct was blocked.

(Denizbilim) su yolu
geniş boru
kapalı kanal
duct height
(Havacılık) kanal yüksekliği
duct system
kanal sistemi
duct breaking valve
kanal koparma valfi
duct breakout noise
kanal gürültüsü
duct distribution
kanal dağıtımı
duct drop
kanal düzey düşmesi
duct elbow
kanal dirseği
duct extraction
toz ayırma
duct lining
kanal kaplaması
duct noise
kanal gürültüsü
duct radiation
kanal radyasyonu
duct section
kanal kesiti
duct section
kanal dilimi
duct size
kanal büyüklüğü
duct size
kanal boyutu
duct sizing
kanal boyutlandırması
duct thickness
(Havacılık) yayın kanalı yüksekliği
duct transition section
kanal geçiş parçası
duct under ceiling
tavan kanalı
dual duct system
iki kanallı sistem
bile duct
ödyolu
bile duct
(Anatomi) öd kanalı
bile duct diseases
(Tıp) safra kanalı hastalıkları
bile duct neoplasms
(Tıp) safra kanalı tümörleri
bile duct obsruction
(Tıp) safra kanalı obstrüksiyonu
common bile duct
(Tıp) müşterek safra kanalı
common bile duct
(Tıp) ana safra yolu
cystic duct
(Tıp) sistik kanal
distribution duct
dağıtma kanalı
distribution duct
dağıtım kanalı
ducting
kanal sistemi
ductless
mecrasız
embedded ventilation duct
gömülü havalandırma borusu
floor duct
(İnşaat) döşeme kanalı
interior auditory duct
(Anatomi) iç işitme yolu
pneumatic duct
(Denizbilim) pnömatik kanal
seminal duct
(Arılık) vas deferens
split duct
(Havacılık) ayırıcı dak
ventilation duct
havalandırma kanalı
air bleed duct
hava boşaltma borusu
air duct
tenek borusu
air duct
hava kanalı
air duct
tenek arnası
bile duct
safra kanalı
bile duct
safra arnası
cochlear duct
koklea arnası
common bile duct
koledok kanalı
conductor duct
iletken arna
deferent duct
taşıyıcı arna
ductless
arnasız
ductless
kanalsız
gall duct
yara akıntısı
hepatic duct
karaciğer kanalı
lachrymal duct
gözyaşı kanalı
lacrimal duct
gözyaşı kanalı
lymphatic duct
lenf arnası
oil duct
yağ arnası
pancreatic duct
pankreas yolu
pancreatic duct
pankreas  bezi
seminal duct
sperma arnası
tear duct
gözyaşı arnası
air supply duct
hava tedarik kanalı
channel, canal, duct, passage, pipe
kanal, kanal, kanal, geçit, boru
duct tape
selo bant
ductless
kanalsiz
ink duct
mürekkep kanalı
milk duct
süt kanalı
oil duct
yağ kanalı
vertical duct
(Teknoloji) dikey (dik) kanal
Suction duct
(Tekstil) Emiş kanalı
air duct
havalandırma kanalı
bartholin's duct
(Diş Hekimliği) ( C. Bartholin, 1655 -1738, danimarkalı anatomist ) sublingual kanallardan büyük olanı
branch duct
branş kanalı
branch duct
kol kanal
cable duct
kablo olugu
ceiling duct
(İnşaat) tavan kanalı
clean air duct
temiz hava kanalı
common bile duct calculi
(Tıp) ana kanal safra taşı
common bile duct diseases
(Tıp) koledok hastalıkları
common bile duct neoplasms
(Tıp) koledok tümörleri
conductor duct
(Elektrik, Elektronik) iletken kanal
deferent duct
taşıyıcı kanal
deferent duct
(Anatomi) sperma kanalı
defroster duct
buz çözücü kanalı
ductal
(Tıp) Kanala ait
ductal
(Tıp) Kanalsı
ductless
(Tıp) Atıcı kanalı olmayan (endokrin bezler gibi)
exhaust duct
(Otomotiv,Teknik) egzoz kanalı
exterior auditory duct
(Anatomi) dış işitme yolu
gall duct
safra kanalı
heater duct
(Otomotiv) ısıtıcı kanalı
heater duct
(Otomotiv) kalorifer kanalı
heating duct
ısıtma kanalı
intake air duct
(Otomotiv) hava giriş kanalı
intake air duct
(Otomotiv) hava emme kanalı
kidney duct
(Tıp) böbrek kanalı
milk duct
(Anatomi) süt borusu
mixing duct
karışım kanalı
nasolacrimal duct
(Diş Hekimliği) Gözyaşı bezinden burun kavitesine gözyaşlarının geçerek aktığı membran kanal
pancreatic duct
pankreas bezi
pipe duct
(İnşaat) boru kanalı
radio duct
radyo olugu
resin duct
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) reçine kanalı
secondary duct
tali kanal
spiral wound duct
spiral sarımlı kanal
stenon duct
(Diş Hekimliği) Üst büyükazıların bukkal yüzünün karşısında yer alan, parotis bezinden salgılanan tükrüğün içinden geçerek ağız boşluğuna döküldüğü kanal
sublingual duct
(Diş Hekimliği) Sublingual bezin kanallarından biri, Bartholin kanalı
surface duct
yuzey olu¤u
surface duct
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) yüzey oluğu
thyroglossal duct
(Diş Hekimliği) Embriyoda bulunup yetişkinde de bazen kalmış olan, tiroid bezinden dil tabanına uzanan kanal
vent duct
havalandırma boruları
warm air duct
sıcak hava kanalı
İngilizce - İngilizce
a pipe, tube or canal which carries air or liquid from one place to another, as in heating and air-conditioning ducts
To channel something through a duct (or series of ducts)
{n} a passage, channel, guidance, direction
an enclosed conduit for a fluid
A pipe or closed conduit made of sheet metal, fiberglass board, or other suitable material used for conducting air to and from an air handling unit
Guidance; direction
Pipe, tube, or channel used to convey air, water, gases, or liquids
A cylindrical or rectangular "tube" used to move air either from exhaust or intake, and for distributing warm air from the heating plant to rooms, or air from a conditioning device or as cold air returns The installation is referred to as "duct work"
Any kind of pipe or channel that carries water, wiring or conditioned air through a house
An underground or overhead tube for carrying electrical conductors
A tube or passage that confines and conducts airflow throughout the aircraft for pressurization, air conditioning, etc
A rigid metal or flexible insulated tube, designed to deliver air to and from a furnace or other air-handling unit
A pipe, tube, channel or any other necessary for conveying gases, liquids or solid units from one point to another The term is mostly identified with air-conditioning systems where the transfer of air is necessary This is accomplished through sheet-metal ducts The term is also applicable to under-floor duct systems for conveyance of telephone lines and other electrical conductors
An underground or overhead tube for carrying electrical cables
An overhead or underground tube used for carrying electrical conductors
In a glandular context, the manifold created in a compound gland between the tubules of individual simple gland cells and the exit point of the compound gland
A horizontal layer in the atmosphere in which temperature and moisture gradients are such that electromagnetic energy traveling within the layer is bent towards the earth's surface with a curvature equal to or greater than the earth's true curvature A strong temperature inversion and/or moisture lapse rate are necessary for the formation of a duct
A pipe, tube or channel that conveys a substance (such as warm or cold air throughout a building)
a tube which carries a secretion onto the surface of skin or mucosa
A small channel in the breast through which milk passes from the lobes to the nipple
Specifically, a tube or passage that confines and conducts a fluid, as a passage for the flow of air to the compressor of a gas-turbine engine, a pipe leading air to a supercharger, etc
An interior metal pipe used to distribute heated air from the furnace or cool air from the air conditioning system to the house
{i} conduit, canal, passage, pipe (for conducting liquids or air)
a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake's fangs"
Round or rectangular conduit through which air is carried from a central air conditioning system to various spaces in the building
A passage or tube with well-defined walls for the passage of air or liquids
A duct is a tube in your body which carries a liquid such as tears or bile. tear ducts
A pipe, tube or channel that conveys a substance (such as air throughout a building) (081)
A sealed channel used to convey air from the system to and from the point of utilization
Any tube or canal by which a fluid or other substance is conducted or conveyed
Any tube, pipe or other conduit by which air or fluid is transfered
1 A single enclosed raceway for wires or cable 2 An enclosure in which air is moved
A large, elongated cell, either round or prismatic, usually found associated with woody fiber
-A channel for holding and protecting conductors and cables, made of metal or an insulating material, usually circular in cross section like a pipe Also referred to as Conduit
an enclosed passage or channel for conveying a substance, especially a liquid or gas
A duct is a pipe, tube, or channel which carries a liquid or gas. a big air duct in the ceiling
One of the vessels of an animal body by which the products of glandular secretion are conveyed to their destination
an enclosed conduit for a fluid a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake's fangs"
a continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls
duct engine
a form of jet engine that possesses an inlet duct, for example a turbojet, ramjet, turbofan. Rockets are not considered duct engines
duct tape
To use duct tape in order to tape one object to another

The government tells us we can protect against a chemical attack by duct taping the windows.

duct tape
A generally gray waterproof tape used for many purposes, and possessing nearly mythic status in American culture. It is no longer used for constructing duct-work, as building codes require more advanced products

Son, it’s time you learned to use the family duct tape.

duct tape
Used when nothing else will work
duct tape
a wide silvery adhesive tape intended to seal joints in sheet metal duct work but having many other uses; "duct tape holds the world together
duct tape
I am the most powerful wonder-substance and come in handy during most emergencies I'm used to patch cages and bottles I am also wrapped around bottles in order to let them hang from places they weren't meant to be hanged from as well as to protect bottles from being eaten alive
duct tape
The "Handyman's Friend" and an essential part of the emergency kit of any canoe party Used for temporary repair of punctures in canoe hulls Required by some outfitters
duct tape
A usually silver adhesive tape made of cloth mesh coated with a waterproof material, originally designed for sealing heating and air-conditioning ducts
duct tape
1 A type of tape that can fix almost anything 2 Tape which leaves a gooky, next to impossible to remove residue on XLR cables
duct tape
a wide silvery adhesive tape intended to seal joints in sheet metal duct work but having many other uses; "duct tape holds the world together"
duct tape
– Not just a tool, a veritable Swiss Army Knife in stickum and plastic It is safety wire, body material, radiator hose, upholstery, insulation, tow rope, and more in an easy to carry package Sure, there’s prejudice surrounding duct tape in concours competitions, but in the real world, everything from Lemans-winning Porsches to Atlas rockets use it by the yard The only thing that can get you out of more scrapes is a quarter and a phone booth
duct tape
Self-adhesive tape used to repair anything except ducts The minimalist repair kit for canoeists
Mullerian duct
Alternative spelling of Müllerian duct
Müllerian duct
A certain duct (of which there are two) in an embryo which in a female develop into the oviducts, uterus, cervix and upper vagina
Wolffian duct
a paired organ found in mammals including humans during embryogenesis
air duct
A duct, through which air is forced or extracted, that forms part of a building's air conditioning and ventilation system
bile duct
Any of a number of long tube-like structures that carry bile
bus duct
A collection of busbars, in an enclosed unit, that distributes large amounts of electrical power
ductal
of, relating to, or originating in a duct
efferent duct
A structure connecting the rete testis with the initial section of the epididymis
epithelial duct
Any duct lined with epithelium
paramesonephric duct
A certain duct (of which there are two) in an embryo which in a female develop into the oviducts, uterus, cervix and upper vagina
tear duct
A duct that transports tears from the lacrimal sac to the nasal cavity
thyroglossal duct
An embryonic anatomical structure which connects the initial area of development of the thyroid gland to its final position
Wolffian duct
The embryonic duct of the mesonephros, which in the male becomes the vas deferens and in both sexes gives rise to the ureter
Wolffian duct structures
{s} embryonic structures (named after Kaspar Friedrich Wolff) that develop into the interior reproductive systerm of the male attached to the testicles
acoustic duct
(Anatomy) external passage of the ear
air duct
air vent, passage for air, duct that provides ventilation
bile duct
Any of the excretory passages in the liver that carry bile to the hepatic duct, which joins with the cystic duct to form the common bile duct opening into the duodenum
bile duct
tube that carries bile from the liver or gallbladder to the small intestines (Anatomy)
bile duct
a duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts; opens into the duodenum
common bile duct
a duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts; opens into the duodenum
common bile duct
The duct formed by the union of the cystic duct and the hepatic duct that carries bile from the liver and the gallbladder to the duodenum
cystic duct
The duct that conveys bile from the gallbladder to the common bile duct
ducting
The increase in range that an electromagnetic wave will travel due to a temperature inversion of the atmosphere The temperature inversion forms a channel or waveguide (duct) for the waves to travel in, and they can be trapped, not attenuating as would be expected from the radar equation
ducting
A series of aluminum pipes that run throughout the house to provide heating, and cooling for the house Additionally, oven exhausts, stove pipes, and bathroom ventilation runs through ducting
ducting
The propagation of UHF and microwave signals much farther than normal due to weather conditions, more frequently occurring in humid areas Ducting may occur when a layer of cold air forms under a layer of warm air, distorting the normal propagation of the radio or microwave signal
ducting
a system of pipes or tubes that liquids, air, cables etc pass through
ducting
{i} system of ducts; materials used for making ducts
ductless
not having a duct; "ductless glands"
ductless
{s} without a duct, without a tube or pipe
ductless
having no duct
ductless
not having a duct; "ductless glands
ductless
Having to duct or outlet; as, a ductless gland
ducts
The heating system Usually round or rectangular metal pipes installed for distributing warm (or cold) air from the furnace to rooms in the home Also a tunnel made of galvanized metal or rigid fiberglass, which carries air from the heater or ventilation opening to the rooms in a building
ducts
Passageways installed within a trailer or incorporated into the linings, floor, or insulated envelope for the purpose of transmitting air or other gases
ducts
plural of duct
ducts
In a house, usually round or rectangular metal pipes for distributing warm air from the heating plant to rooms, or air from a conditioning device or as cold air returns Ducts are also made of asbestos and composition materials
ducts
An underground or overhead tube for carrying electrical cables
ducts
Passages along which milk passes during breastfeeding
ducts
Tubes used to move air, such as to ventilate an enclosed area
ducts
Various pathways or conduits ranging from PVC to metallic to clay/tile Example: the main feeder channels in which communication cable is routed between buildings in a campus environment
ejaculatory duct
a part of the seminal duct formed by the duct from the seminal vesicle and the vas deferens; passes through the prostate gland
ejaculatory duct
Either of the paired ducts in males, formed by the junction of the seminal ducts with the vas deferens, that pass through the prostate and empty into the urethra, and through which semen is ejaculated
ejaculatory duct
channel through which something is forced out
hepatic duct
The main excretory duct of the liver, which joins the cystic duct to form the common bile duct
hepatic duct
the duct that drains bile from the liver
lacrimal duct
any of several small ducts that carry tears from the lacrimal glands
lactiferous duct
ducts of the mammary gland that carry milk to the nipple
nasolacrimal duct
a duct that carries tears from the lacrimal sac to the nasal cavity
pancreatic duct
a duct connecting the pancreas with the intestine
pancreatic duct
The excretory duct of the pancreas, by which pancreatic juice is secreted into the duodenum
salivary duct
a duct through which saliva passes from the salivary gland into the mouth
seminal duct
the efferent duct of the testis in man
seminal duct
The duct of the testis that carries semen outward, especially the part of the duct that runs from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct
sweat duct
a small duct that conveys sweat from a sudoriferous gland to the surface of the skin
tear duct
Tiny opening in the eyelid through which tears drain into the nose
tear duct
Tear drainage channel that extends form the lacrimal sac to an opening in the mucous membrane of the nose
tear duct
small tube which carries fluid to and from the eye
tear duct
Tear drainage channel that extends from the lacrimal sac to an opening in the mucous membrane of the nose
tear duct
any of several small ducts that carry tears from the lacrimal glands
tear duct and gland
or lachrymal duct and gland Structures that produce, distribute, and carry away tears. An almond-shaped gland above the outer corner of each eye secretes tears between the upper eyelid and the eyeball. Tears moisten and lubricate the conjunctiva (the membrane that lines the eyelid and covers the white of the eye) and then flow into the barely visible openings (near the inner corners of the eyelids) of the tear ducts, which lead to the nasal cavity. Oil (from sebaceous glands on the edge of the eyelid) keeps tears from spilling out unless secretion increases because of crying or a reflex triggered by stimuli such as eye irritation, bright lights, or spicy foods
thoracic duct
the major duct of the lymphatic system
thoracic duct
The main duct of the lymphatic system, ascending through the thoracic cavity in front of the spinal column and discharging lymph and chyle into the blood through the left subclavian vein
Türkçe - İngilizce

duct teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Common Bile Duct
(Tıp) Karaciğerden İnce barsağa Safra taşıyan Kanal. Müşterek Safra Kanalı
Common Bile Duct Obstruction
(Tıp) Genelde Safra taşlarının yol açtığı Safra Kanalı Tıkanması
Cystic Duct
(Tıp) Safra Kesesinden Müşterek safra kanalı ve İnce barsağa Safra taşıyan Kanal.Sistik Kanal
Cystic Duct Obstruction
(Tıp) Genellikle Safra taşlarının neden olduğu Sistik kanal(cystic duct)ın tıkanması hali
duct