grating

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English - Turkish
ızgara

Kakofoni ızgara seslerin bir karışımıdır. - A cacophony is a mixture of grating noises.

rendeleyerek
demir parmaklık
taban ızgarası
boru süzgeci
şebeke
(Askeri) ayak kafesi
rendeleme
(ses) kulak tırmalayıcı
{f} rendele
{s} nahoş
pencere kafes
{i} kulak tırma
{s} kulağı tırmalayan
pencere kafesi
{s} cırlak
{f} rendele: prep.rendeleyerek
güneş spektrumunun hatlarını ölçmeye mahsus şebeke
{i} parmaklık
{i} kafes
{s} gıcırdayan
kulak tırmalayıcı
gıcırda/rendele
grate
{i} ızgara
grating spectrograph
ağlı spektrograf, ağlı izgeçizer
grating spectrum
şebeke tayfi, ag izgesi
grating spectrograph
(Astronomi) ağlı spektrograf
grating spectrograph
(Astronomi) ağlı izgeçizer
grating spectrum
(Astronomi) ağ izgesi
grating spectrum
(Astronomi) şebeke tayfı
grate
{i} şömine
grate
kalbur maden
grate
ızgara çubukları
grate
öğütmek
concave grating
konkav şebeke
diffraction grating
optik ağ
diffraction grating
kırınım ağı
grate
gıcırdamak
grate
gıcırdatmak
grate
ocak ızgarası
grate
{f} rendele

Rendelenmiş peynirimiz var mı? - Do we have grated cheese?

Altmış gram rendelenmiş peynir ilave et. - Add sixty grams of grated cheese.

grate
rendelemek
air grating
Hava girişi, havalandırma menfezi
crystal grating
kristal ağı
diffraction grating
1. Optik ağ2. Kırınım ağı
diffraction grating
optik ag, kırınım ağı
echelon grating
kademe ızgara
grate
gıcıklanma
grate
rendele(mek)
optical grating
ızgara optik
reflection grating
yansımalı kırınım ızgarası
ultrasonic space grating
ultrasonik uzay şebekesi, sesüstü uzay ağı
grate
sinirlendirici bir şekilde
grate
{i} ocak
grate
gıcırdatmak sürtünerek ses çıkarmak
grate
{f} gıcık etmek
grate
on ile üzmek
grate
gıcırda/rendele
grate
{f} sinirlendirmek
grate
{f} ızdırap vermek
grate
gratingly gıcırtı ile
grate
sürterek ses çıkarmak
grate
pencere kafesi
grate
{i} demir parmaklık
grate
{i} kalbur (maden)
grate
{i} pencere demiri
gratingly
kulak tırmalayarak
gully grating
baca ızgarası
hinged grating
(İnşaat) havalandırma kafesi
mirror grating
(Astronomi) ağlı ayna
opener grating
(Tekstil) açıcı ızgara
protecting grating
koruyucu ızgara
reflection grating
(Fizik) yansımalı şebeke
reflection grating
(Fizik) yansımalı ağ
turbulence grating
türbülans kafesi
wooden grating
(Tekstil) ahşap ızgara
English - English
harsh and unpleasant
A barrier that has parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air
Present participle of grate
A frame of iron bars to hold a fire
{a} rubbing, vexing, disagreable
optical device consisting of a surface with many parallel grooves in it; disperses a beam of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) into its wavelengths to produce its spectrum
A grating sound is harsh and unpleasant. She recognized the grating voice of Dr. Sarnoff. a metal frame with bars across it, used to cover a window or hole. a grating sound is hard and unpleasant
An open grid assembly of metal bars, in which the bearing bars, running in one direction, are speced by rigid attachment to cross bars running perpendicular to them or by bent connecting bars extending between them
unpleasantly harsh or grating in sound; "a gravelly voice
grating, echelle or mirror in use
A system of close equidistant parallel lines or bars, esp
An open grid assembly of metal bars in which the bearing bars, running in one direction, are spaced by rigid cross bars attached to them
unpleasantly harsh or grating in sound; "a gravelly voice"
{s} scraping, abrading; irritating; oppressive; making a harsh or abrasive noise, discordant
That grates; making a harsh sound; harsh
A system of close equidistant and parallel lines lines or bars, especially lines ruled on a polished surface, used for producing spectra by diffraction; called also diffraction grating
A grating is a flat metal frame with rows of bars across it, which is fastened over a window or over a hole in a wall or the ground. an open grating in the sidewalk
{i} network of parallel metal bars or wires, grill, grid, grate
A partition, covering, or frame of parallel or cross bars; a latticework resembling a window grate; as, the grating of a prison or convent
Gratings have been made with over 40,000 such lines to the inch, but those with a somewhat smaller number give the best definition
A pattern of light and dark lines which will diffract light A simple linear grating will disperse white light into a spectrum of colors Holographic gratings can produce many spectra, focused to different distances An image hologram is essentially an extremely complex grating
lines ruled on a polished surface, used for producing spectra by diffraction
The strong wooden lattice used to cover a hatch, admitting light and air; also, a movable Lattice used for the flooring of boats
optical surface (transmissive or reflective) upon which is ruled a large number of finely spaced grooves A beam of light impinging upon it is broken into several spectral orders on each side of the central image
A harsh sound caused by attrition
A piece of material in which numerous microscopic parallel lines are scribed Light encountering a grating is dispersed to form a spectrum
grating voice
irritating voice, voice which is unpleasant to the ear
diffraction grating
a surface having a large number of closely spaced lines or slits; used to produce optical spectra by mutual interference
echelle grating
A form of diffraction grating optimized for high orders of diffraction
grate
To grate on one’s nerves; to irritate or annoy

She’s nice enough, but she can begin to grate on my nerves if there is no-one else to talk to.

grate
To rub against, such as grating one’s teeth

The gate suddenly grated. It was Lestiboudois; he came to fetch his spade, that he had forgotten. He recognised Justin climbing over the wall, and at last knew who was the culprit who stole his potatoes.

grate
A horizontal metal grille through which water, ash, or small objects can fall, while larger objects cannot
grate
To shred things, usually foodstuffs, by rubbing across a grater

I need to grate the cheese before the potato is cooked.

grate
{v} to rub small, offend, vex, hurt
grate
{n} a partition made with bars, a fireplace
gratingly
{a} in a displeasing manner, harshly
gratings
{n} covering for a hatchway
diffraction grating
A plate of glass or metal ruled with very close parallel lines, producing a spectrum by diffraction and interference of light
diffraction grating
optical device consisting of a surface with many parallel grooves in it; disperses a beam of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) into its wavelengths to produce its spectrum
diffraction grating
A usually glass or polished metal surface having a large number of very fine parallel grooves or slits and used to produce optical spectra by diffraction of reflected or transmitted light
echelon grating
A diffraction grating made of parallel glass plates, each of which extends slightly beyond the next, used to examine extremely fine structures through interferometry
grate
Rubbing food against a metal grater (watch your knuckles) to get thin shreds
grate
To fret; to irritate; to offend
grate
When something grates, it rubs against something else making a harsh, unpleasant sound. His chair grated as he got to his feet The gun barrel grated against the floor
grate
Hence; To produce exasperation, soreness, or grief; to offend by oppression or importunity
grate
Cut into tiny pieces using the small holes of a grater
grate
gnaw into; make resentful or angry; "The unjustice rankled her"; "his resentment festered"
grate
To furnish with grates; to protect with a grating or crossbars; as, to grate a window
grate
A grate is a framework of metal bars in a fireplace, which holds the coal or wood. A wood fire burned in the grate
grate
Means to tear off coarse-to-fine particles of food with a hand grater or mechanical device
grate
Rub against a special instrument, a grater, to produce small pieces, in the case of horseradish or ginger, or a powder, in the case of nutmeg
grate
furnish with a grate; "a grated fireplace"
grate
an iron frame used to hold burning fuel in a fireplace
grate
If you grate food such as cheese or carrots, you rub it over a metal tool called a grater so that the food is cut into very small pieces. Grate the cheese into a mixing bowl. grated carrot
grate
To reduce to small particles by rubbing with anything rough or indented; as, to grate a nutmeg
grate
scratch repeatedly; "The cat scraped at the armchair"
grate
a barrier that has parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air
grate
To cut food into small shreds or particles, usually with a food grater
grate
Serving to gratify; agreeable
grate
To cut something in to small pieces
grate
To rub against, such as grating ones teeth
grate
To rub solid food against a metal object that has sharp-edged holes, reducing food to thin shreds
grate
If something such as someone's behaviour grates on you or grates, it makes you feel annoyed. His manner always grated on me What truly grates is the painful banter. see also grating. the metal bars and frame that hold the wood, coal etc in a fireplace (crata, grata , from cratis; CRATE)
grate
a frame of iron bars to hold a fire a barrier that has parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air a harsh rasping sound made by scraping something make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together; "grate one's teeth in anger"
grate
furnish with a grate; "a grated fireplace
grate
make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together; "grate one's teeth in anger"
grate
(1) framework of iron bars, as in: Clean out the ashes under the grate in the fireplace
grate
A frame or bed, or kind of basket, of iron bars, for holding fuel while burning
grate
{i} metal framework which holds burning fuel (in a fireplace, furnace, etc.); network of parallel metal bars or wires, grating; fireplace
grate
To rub foods against a serrated surface to produce shredded or fine bits
grate
To rub roughly or harshly, as one body against another, causing a harsh sound; as, to grate the teeth; to produce (a harsh sound) by rubbing
grate
To separate food into small particles by rubbing across the teeth of a grater
grate
reduce to small shreds or pulverize by rubbing against a rough or sharp perforated surface; "grate carrots and onions"; "grate nutmeg"
grate
a harsh rasping sound made by scraping something
grate
{f} rub or scrape against; make a harsh sound; irritate, affect unpleasantly
grate
Cut into little bits using small-holed grater
grate
To produce the effect of rubbing with a hard rough material; to cause wearing, tearing, or bruising
grate
a frame of iron bars to hold a fire
grate
To make a harsh sound by friction
grate
A structure or frame containing parallel or crosed bars, with interstices; a kind of latticework, such as is used ia the windows of prisons and cloisters
gratingly
harshly, abrasively; in an irritating manner; oppressively; discordantly
gratingly
In a grating manner
gratingly
in a harsh and grating manner; "her voice fell gratingly on our ears
gratings
plural of grating
grating
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