gill

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English - Turkish
{i} solungaç

Balinaların solungaçları yoktur. - Whales don't have gills.

Balıkların solungaçları ve yüzgeçleri vardır. - Fish have gills and fins.

çeyrek pint
gil/solungaç
{i} çene altı
{i} sevgili
(Tıp) Solungaç, suda yaşayan hayvanlarda açılıp kapanmak suretiyle solunum görevi yapan organ
(isim) solungaç, çene altı, gidiş, sarkık yanak, mantarın alt kısmı, derin ve ağaçlı dere, çeyrek pint (0.12 litre), sevgili
litrenin dokuzda biri kadar bir sıvı ölçü birimi
mantarın alt tarafındaki balık kulağına benzer kısım
{i} mantarın alt kısmı
{i} derin ve ağaçlı dere
horoz veya tavuğun çenesi altındaki sarkık kırmızı et parçası
{i} gidiş
{i} çeyrek pint (0.12 litre)
{i} sarkık yanak
sakal
dili insanlarda yüz ve boyun nahiyesi
kulak
gilli
gill
galsame
gill cover
(Denizbilim) solungaç kapağı
gill net
(Denizbilim) solungaç ağı
gill net
(Denizbilim) galsama ağı
gill net
ziyde
gill arch
solungaç yayı
gill chamber
solungaç boşluğu
gill cover
solungaç koruyucu kemik
gill fungus
katranköpüğü
gill net
balık ağı
gill slit
solungaç yarığı
gill arches
solungaç kemerleri
gill net
solungaç net
gill openings
solungaç açıklıkları
gill box
(Tekstil) tek taraklı çekme makinesi
gill box
(Tekstil) gill-box
gill cavity
(Denizbilim) solungaç boşluğu
gill chamber
(Denizbilim) solungaç odacığı
gill clamp
(Denizbilim) solungaç markası
gill filament
(Denizbilim) solungaç ipliği
gill net selection
(Denizbilim) solungaç ağında seçme
gill nets
bir tür balık ağı
gill opening
(Denizbilim) solungaç açıklığı
gill pouch
(Denizbilim) solungaç kesesi
gill raker
(Denizbilim) solungaç dikenleri
gill teeth
(Denizbilim) solungaç dişleri
green gill
yeşil solungaç
blue gill
mavi solungaç
brendan gill
brendan solungaç
external gill
dış solungaç
external gill
(Denizbilim) dış-solungaç
floating gill net
(Denizbilim) yüzer solungaç ağı
gills
katmerli çene
gills
(isim) katmerli çene
gills
PANJURLAR
English - English
A surname
someone connected with YGillingham Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
A drink measure for spirits and wine. Size varies regionally but it is about one quarter of a pint
One of the radial folds on the underside of the cap of a mushroom, on the surface of which the spore-producing organs are borne
The flesh under or about the chin; a wattle
A gill slit or gill cover

Gill nets are designed to catch a fish by the gills.

The fleshy flap that hangs below the beak of a fowl; a wattle
A breathing organ of fish and other aquatic animals
A rivulet
A measuring jug holding a quarter or half a pint
A ravine
{n} the membranes and opening near the heads of fish which admit air to the blood and let out water taken in at the mouth
{n} measure, liquor, herb, miss
(1) A unit of volume or capacity in the U S Customary System, used in liquid measure, equal to a pint, or four ounces (118 milliliters) (2) A unit of volume or capacity, used in dry and liquid measure, equal to of a British Imperial pint (142 milliliters) ADVANCE \x 540
Respiratory organ of fish
respiratory organ of aquatic animals that breathe oxygen dissolved in water any of the radiating leaflike spore-producing structures on the underside of the cap of a mushroom or similar fungus a United States liquid unit equal to 4 fluid ounces a British imperial capacity unit (liquid or dry) equal to 5 fluid ounces or 142
Removal of the posterior spinal arch in spondylolisthesis
Five fluid ounces
Malt liquor medicated with ground ivy
an organ that an animal uses to breathe under water Gills absorb oxygen from the water
The flesh under or about the chin
A gill is a measurement, in the US it's 4 fluid ounces, but in England, it's 5 fl ozs (Thanks to Mark Preston)
A two-wheeled frame for transporting timber
Gills are the organs on the sides of fish and other water creatures through which they breathe. A girl, often one's sweetheart. a unit for measuring liquid, equal to ¼ pint. In Britain this is 0.14 litres, and in the US it is 0.12 litres
The breathing organ of fish and other aquatic animals
A woody glen; a narrow valley containing a stream
066 cubic centimeters
10v L 35 "Sir for Iak nor for Gill " - Refers to the folk tale/nursery rhyme of Jack and Gill: "Jack and Gill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water Jack fell down and broke his crown And Jill came tumbling after "
A young woman; a sweetheart; a flirting or wanton girl
One of the combs of closely ranged steel pins which divide the ribbons of flax fiber or wool into fewer parallel filaments
Liquid measure equal to 1 pint
An organ for aquatic respiration; a branchia
A stream in the hills of northern England (formerly also Kent & Surrey)
A measure of capacity, containing one fourth of a pint
a British imperial capacity unit (liquid or dry) equal to 5 fluid ounces or 142 066 cubic centimeters
A leech
a United States liquid unit equal to 4 fluid ounces
any of the radiating leaflike spore-producing structures on the underside of the cap of a mushroom or similar fungus
The radiating, gill-shaped plates forming the under surface of a mushroom
respiratory organ of aquatic animals that breathe oxygen dissolved in water
The ground ivy (Nepeta Glechoma); called also gill over the ground, and other like names
– The organ for breathing of most aquatic creatures, including fish, lobsters and clams
{f} clean a fish
Respiratory organ of many aquatic animals; a filamentous outgrowth well supplied with blood vessels at which gas exchange between water and blood occurs
{i} breathing organ of fish and other aquatic animals; unit of capacity equal to one fourth of a pint (1.183 deciliters)
{i} branchia
gill cover
operculum
gill raker
A bony, finger-like projection of the gill arch filaments of fish, used for food retention in some species
gill slit
An individual opening to gills, which lacks an operculum; characteristic of Cartilaginous fish such as sharks
gill trama
The internal flesh of a mushroom gill
gill arch
one of the bony or cartilaginous arches on each side of the pharynx that support the gills of fishes and aquatic amphibians
gill fungus
A fleshy fungus having a cap with gills on the underside
gill fungus
a basidiomycete with gills
gill net
A fishing net set vertically in the water so that fish swimming into it are entangled by the gills in its mesh
gill net
a flat fishnet suspended vertically in the water to entangle fish by their gills
gill net
{i} fishing net suspended upright in the water with meshes that enable to catch fish by their gills
gill slit
one of a series of slit openings in the pharynxes of fishes and aquatic amphibians through which water passes
bilateral gill trama
A type of gill trama that has a central strand of hyphae, from which other strands of hyphae diverge at slanted angles
divergent gill trama
A type of gill trama that has a central strand of hyphae, from which other strands of hyphae diverge at slanted angles
parallel gill trama
A gill trama that is not divided and the cells are parallel in a cross section
Brendan Gill
born Oct. 4, 1914, Hartford, Conn., U.S. died Dec. 27, 1997, New York, N.Y. U.S. writer. He is chiefly known for his pieces in The New Yorker, where he spent some 60 years, many of them as staff film critic (1960-67), theatre critic (1968-87), and architecture critic (1992-97). His many books include the memoir Here at The New Yorker (1975). A leading preservationist, he led the successful fight to save Grand Central Station
external gill
occurs in some mollusks and in tadpoles and other immature amphibians
gills
Thin sheetlike curtains that usually bear spores They are radially arranged under the caps of certain mushrooms
gills
The respiratory organ of aquatic animals
gills
– Respiratory organs used by aquatic animals to obtain oxygen from, and release carbon dioxide to, the surrounding water In oysters, they are the largest organ and consist of four folds In addition to respiration, oyster gills are directly involved in feeding by creating water currents, collecting food particles, and moving food particles to the labial palps for further sorting They also serve to separate masses of eggs released from the ovary during spawning into individual ova for efficient fertilization
gills
The structure on the underside of the cap (pileus) of a mushroom where the spores develop
gills
Thin sheet-like parts inside the body which allow water-dwelling animals to breathe under water
gills
Organs on the underside of the cap of a mushroom where spore is produced
gills
{i} outer respiratory organs of most fish and aquatic animals
gills
The membranes through which fish absorb dissolved oxygen from the water during respiration
gills
the organ or part of a fish which takes oxygen out of the water and transfers the oxygen to the blood of the fish; usually located one each side at the place where the head becomes the body; and usually seen from the outside as a large curved slit in the side of the fish
gills
The respiratory organs of a fish
gills
Organs in fish that allow them to breathe
Turkish - English
gill
breathing organ of fish and other aquatic animals (1.183 deciliters)
gill-box
gill box
gill
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