preform

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English - Turkish
(İnşaat) ön biçim
(İnşaat) ham yapı
son şeklini vermek
önceden biçimlendirmek
arzulanan şekli vermek
önceden şekillendirmek
önceden biçimlendirme
(Gıda) ön şekillendirilmiş
önkalıp
preformed
Önceden Şekillendirilmiş
preforms
preformlar
preformation
(Tıp) Döllenmiş ovum'da canlının başalngıçtan itibaren, türe hastam oluşmuş en küçük şeklinin bulunduğunu ve gebelki boyunca biçim değiştirmeksizin sadece gelişim gösterdiğini kabul eden eski tıp görüşü, preformasoyn teorisi
preformed
önceden oluşmuş
English - English
Common misspelling of perform
An object that has undergone preliminary shaping but is not yet in its final form
To shape something before some other operation
A word that is no longer in use, but has been reconstructed from current ones
The rough, incomplete and unused basic form of a stone tool
form or shape beforehand or determine the shape of beforehand
{v} to form or fashion beforehand
An early preliminary stage in the reduction manufacture of a flaked stone artifact
A glass structure from which an optical fiber waveguide may be drawn
A fibrous reinforcement preshaped to approximate contour and thickness desired in the finished part
The glass rod from which optical fiber is drawn
Used in the blow molding processes A heat-softened polymer is formed into a shape similar to a thick test tube with neck threads This tube is subsequently inflated while inside a blow mold to create the shape of the desired article
form or shape beforehand or determine the shape of beforehand form into a shape resembling the final, desired one
A preform is an assembly of reinforcement that is preshaped,pre-oriented,and formed to near-net shape
The glass rods from which an optical fiber waveguide is drawn
A fibrous reinforcement pre-shaped on a mandrel or mock-up to approximate contour and thickness desired in the finished part
A plastic test tube shaped part produced by injection molding systems in the first step of a two-stage injection molding and blow molding process used to produce PET bottles or containers The perform is subsequently re-heated and stretch blown through a blow molding process into the final container shape
To form beforehand, or for special ends
A fibrous or particulate reinforcement preshaped to approximate contour and thickness desired in the finished part
In plastics, a compressed table or biscuit of plastic composition used for efficiency in handling and accuracy in weighing materials Also an injection molded parison which is blow molded by a second step into a plastic bottle
form into a shape resembling the final, desired one
An assembly of dry fabric and fibers which has been prepared for one of several different wet resin injection processes A preform may be stitched or stabilized in some other way to hold its shape A commingled preform may contain thermoplastic fibers and may be consolidated by elevated temperature and pressure without resin injection
the compressed cylinder of PTFE resin that is used to extrude into raw tubing Also called a billet
A object that has undergone preliminary shaping but is not yet in its final form
{f} mold beforehand, form in advance; shape in advance; assemble beforehand
Compact mass of premixed plastic material that has been prepared for convenient handling and control of uniformity during the mold loading process
An early stage in the manufacture of a flaked stone artifact usually with a roughly oval, elliptical or triangular outline Preforms which are roughly shaped, were intended to be finished at a later date into a point or blade In general, the preform was a finished "blank" that lacked only the knapping of the hafting area details for completion of the final implement
preformation
Any early theory that organisms are fully developed when created and just increase in size
preformation
Prior formation
preformed
formed, constructed or assembled in advance
preformed
Simple past tense and past participle of preform
preformation
a theory (popular in the 18th century and now discredited) that an individual develops by simple enlargement of a tiny fully formed organism (a homunculus) that exists in the germ cell
preformation
An old theory of the preëxistence of germs
preformation
{i} act of shaping in advance; prior creation, previous production; act of previously taking shape, act of being formed beforehand
preformation
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preformation
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preformed
{s} shaped in advance, molded ahead of time; created in advance, produced beforehand
preforms
plural of preform
preforms
third-person singular of preform
preform
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