faded

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English - Turkish
{s} soluk

Tom soluk bir mavi gömlek giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a faded blue shirt.

Kumaşın rengi çok soluk. - The cloth's very faded.

{s} solmuş
{s} solgun
ağarık
akçıl
uçuk
{f} sol

Tom soluk bir mavi gömlek giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a faded blue shirt.

O, soluk bir pamuk etek giymişti. - She was dressed in a faded cotton skirt.

{s} zayıflamış
{s} rengi atmış
{s} güzelliğini yitirmiş
{s} geçkin
(Askeri) TEMASIN KAYBOLMASI: Bir hava önlemesinde, "temas, rapor istasyonunun görüş alanından kaybolmuştur ve verilecek herhangi bir mevkii bilgisi beklenmektedir" anlamında bir kod
fad
geçici moda
fad
heves

Bu sadece geçici bir hevesti. - It was only a passing fad.

Onlar gerçekten bunun gelip geçici bir heves olduğunu kabul etmek istemiyor. - They don't want to admit that it's really a passing fad.

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{f} rengi solmak
fade
{f} karartmak
fade
{f} solmak
fade
{f} soldurmak
faded away
uzak soluk
faded colours
soluk renk
faded ascend
(Bilgisayar) soluk yükselt
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{i} solma

Renk yıkamada bile solmayacak. - The color won't fade, even in the wash.

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(Tekstil) 1. ağartmak ( beyazlatmak ) 2. rengi atmak, solmak
fad
{i} moda (geçici)
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kurumak
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tedricen değişmek fade in tedricen duyulmak veya görünmek fade out tedri
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zail olmak
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kuvvetten düşürmek
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{f} sol

Tom sadece büyükbabasının soluk bir fotoğrafına sahip. - Tom only has one faded photograph of grandfather.

Soluk pantolonlar hâlâ modadır. - Faded jeans are still in fashion.

fade
geçmek
fade
{f} açmak
fad
{i} gariplik
fade
fade out sönmek
fade
sararmış
fade
{f} kaçmak
fade
{f} gözden kaybolmak
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{f} gevşemek
fade
{f} sıvışmak
fade
{f} zayıflatmak
fade
{f} unutulup gitmek
fade
{f} uçmak
fade
{f} güçten düşmek
fade
{f} rengi atmak
fade
{f} zayıflamak
fad
geçici merak
fad
delilik
fad
kapris
fad
geçici ilgi
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moda çılgınlığı
fad
moda geçici
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geçici heves
fade
(Tıp) sönme
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akçıllaşmak
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(Tekstil) rengini atmak
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(Sinema) fondu
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kuvvetten düşmek
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boyası atmak
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soluk

Soluk pantolonlar hâlâ modadır. - Faded jeans are still in fashion.

Tom soluk bir mavi gömlek giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a faded blue shirt.

fade
renk solması
fade
(Bilgisayar) azalt
fade
(Otomotiv) frenleme gücü azalmak
fad
tutku

Fadıl, Leyla'nın tutkularını paylaşmak için çaba harcıyordu. - Fadil was making an effort to share Layla's passions.

fad
merak

Fadıl, İslam'a merak sardı. - Fadil became interested in Islam.

fad
şıltak
fade
rengi açılmak
FAD
(Askeri) uygulanabilir varış tarihi; kuvvet faaliyet planlayıcısı (feasible arrival date; force activity designator)
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faddish geçici heves gibi
fad
faddist geçici hevesleri olan kimse
fad
toplumca merak
fad
tuhaflık
fad
{i} çılgınlık
fad
aşırı bir hevesle üstüne düşülen geçici eğlence veya alışkanlık
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{i} geçici bir moda/heves
English - English
Simple past tense and past participle of fade
COVER - See FADING
{s} dim, discolored; withered, wilted; bleached
reduced in strength; "the faded tones of an old recording"
past of fade
That has lost freshness, color, or brightness; grown dim
21A wine that, through the ravages of age, has lost its Complexity and Character, leaving it insipid and lackluster
having lost freshness or brilliance of color; "sun-bleached deck chairs"; "faded jeans"; "a very pale washed-out blue"; "washy colors"
A process where the support must decrease over time
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shopworn
Faded Giant
A reporting term to identify an event involving a nuclear reactor or radiological accident
Faded Giants
plural form of Faded Giant
faded flowers
wilted flowers, withered flowers
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To become fade; to grow weak; to lose strength; to decay; to perish gradually; to wither, as a plant
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To cause to fade
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A haircut where the hair is short or shaved on the sides of the head and longer on top. See also high-top fade and low fade
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You use fad to refer to an activity or topic of interest that is very popular for a short time, but which people become bored with very quickly. Hamnett does not believe environmental concern is a passing fad. = craze. flavin adenine dinucleotide. something that people like or do for a short time, or that is fashionable for a short time (Perhaps from fiddle-faddle)
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{v} to wither, decay, grow weak, lose color
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{i} fashion, trend, passing style; craze
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Funding Authorization Document
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trend, popular for a short period of time
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an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season
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temporary, passing fashion or item that has great appeal to many people for a short period of time, then dies out quickly
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(facility access digroup) This term refers to the DS1 path(s) between the DTAU and the test system
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Short lived fashion are called fad’s; They seldom have any lasting Impact on future fashion They are briefly and suddenly seen everywhere and just as suddenly they vanish
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A hobby ; freak; whim
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A short-lived trend or fashion
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nm ind length; during : fad na h-ùine, during the whole time : air fad, wholly, altogether, on the whole
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A phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time
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an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season"
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Fish aggregating devices
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front aperture detection
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A product that goes in and out of fashion very quickly
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Abbreviation for Flavin-adenine dinucleotide
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lose freshness, vigor, or vitality; "Her bloom was fading"
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If memories, feelings, or possibilities fade, they slowly become less intense or less strong. Sympathy for the rebels, the government claims, is beginning to fade fading memories of better days
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Type of shot that generally tends to curve to the right in the air (assuming a right-handed player ) A fade is a controlled shot preferred by many players
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become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly; "The scene begins to fade"; "The tree trunks are melting into the forest at dusk"
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become feeble; "The prisoner has be languishing for years in the dungeon"
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Usually, a dissolve from full video to black video or from full audio to no audio
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A shot designed the curve slightly in the air, from left to right for a right-handed player and right to left for a left-handed player
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lose freshness, vigor, or vitality; "Her bloom was fading
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1 Fade-in: A dark screen that gradually brightens as a shot appears 2 Fade-out: A shot gradually darkens as the screen goes black Occasionally, fade-outs brighten to pure white or to a color
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gradually ceasing to be visible become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly; "The scene begins to fade"; "The tree trunks are melting into the forest at dusk"
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1 (Right-handed golfers) A shot that curves from left to right 2 (Left-handed golfers) A shot that curves from right to left
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disappear gradually; "The pain eventually passed off"
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a gently curving shot from left to right (right-handed player) Example: A soft fade is a valuable shot to know when the greens are firm and dry
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A shot designed to curve slightly in the air, from left to right for a right-handed player and right to left for a left-handed player
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a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer; "he took lessons to cure his slicing"
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a sound or visual effect in which the sound or the screen image gradually changes from silence to sound or from black to image (fade in) or the reverse (fade out)
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When a coloured object fades or when the light fades it, it gradually becomes paler. All colour fades -- especially under the impact of direct sunlight No matter how soft the light is, it still plays havoc, fading carpets and curtains in every room. fading portraits of the Queen and Prince Philip. + faded fad·ed a girl in a faded dress. faded painted signs on the sides of some of the buildings
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A set of effects available in Blaze Audio wave editors RipEditBurn and Wave Creator Fade-in brings the sound in gradually to reach full volume at a point in the file selected by the user Fade-out does the opposite - the sound disappears gradually until there is silence
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{f} discolor, lose color; become dim; wilt, wither; die out; bleach
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Graduation of colors
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(1) Fade-in: A dark screen that gradually brightens as a shot appears (2) Fade-out: A shot that gradually darkens as the screen goes black Occasionally fade-outs brighten to pure white or to a color
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a gently curving shot from left to right (right-handed player) Opposite to a 'draw'
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To lose freshness, color, or brightness; to become faint in hue or tint; hence, to be wanting in color
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Weak; insipid; tasteless; commonplace
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Of a radiant energy signal, to decrease, often temporarily, in received signal strength without a change of receiver controls The opposite is build
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When light fades, it slowly becomes less bright. When a sound fades, it slowly becomes less loud. Seaton lay on his bed and gazed at the ceiling as the light faded The sound of the last bomber's engines faded into the distance
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Refers to over-the-counter trading Fill another O T C dealer's bid for, or offer of, stock
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Selling a rising price or buying a falling price
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gradually ceasing to be visible
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An optical effect in which the image of a scene is gradually replaced by a uniform dark area, or vice versa ( 16, 24, 32, 48, 64, 96 frames fade in or fade out )
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When something that you are looking at fades, it slowly becomes less bright or clear until it disappears. They observed the comet for 70 days before it faded from sight They watched the familiar mountains fade into the darkness. Fade away means the same as fade. We watched the harbour and then the coastline fade away into the morning mist
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To induce backspin onto the ball causing it to travel through the air following inside to out swing Opposite is Draw
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A golf shot that (for the right-handed player) curves intentionally to the right. See slice, hook, draw
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The act of a ball breaking opposite to its normal hook trajectory; a very slight back up
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1) A gradual reduction of the level of the audio signal 2) A gradual change of level from one pre-set level to another
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Selling a rising price or buying a falling price For example, a trader fading an up opening would be short
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To cause to wither; to deprive of freshness or vigor; to wear away
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To sink away; to disappear gradually; to grow dim; to vanish
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When a ball moves slightly left to right for a right-handed player, right to left for a left-handed player
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A drop in the received signal strength as a result of the RF transmission's interactions with the transmission environment
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(Fast Acquisition, Double Echo) - a fast imaging technique which observes both components of the SSFP signal in separate acquisition periods during a single interpulse interval
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  A DFX menu setting that determines how quickly target bars fade (clear) from display after each target hit Set to see target information but not still be there when another target is hit during a different coil sweep
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Refers to over-the-counter trading Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock
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