explosion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
patlama

Büyük patlamada altı kişi öldü. - The huge explosion killed six people.

Öyle bir patlamaydı ki çatı uçuruldu. - Such was the explosion that the roof was blown off.

{i} infilak
(Dilbilim) patlamalı
(Dilbilim) dış patlama
patlak
(Dilbilim) kapantılı
(Tıp) eksplozyon
(Askeri) İNFİLAK, PATLAMA: Fazla miktarda gaz ve hararetin, bir bombada olduğu gibi, ani olarak; husulüyle meydana gelen patlama; çok çabuk veya ani denecek. derecede ihtirak. Ani patlamalara infilak, , daha yavaş olanlara ise yanma denir. Ayrıca bak. "deflagration" ve "detonation"
{i} ateş alma
{i} artış
{i} kudurma
{i} tepesi atma
galeyan
(Tıp) Nüfusun hızla artışı, nüfus patlaması
population explosion hızlı nüfus artışı
{i} parlama
explosion oflaughter kahkaha tufanı
(Tıp) Aniden meydana gelen kimyasal değişiklik, ani dönüşme (Bir sıvının anideng az haline dönüşü gibi)
patlayış
detonasyon
explosion proof
(Askeri,Denizbilim) patlamaz
explosion chamber
patlama odası
explosion proof
patlamaya dayanıklı
explosion engine
patlamalı motor
explosion gas
patlama gazi
explosion welding
patlama kaynak
explosion-proof
patlama
explosion activity
(Tıp) patlama aktivitesi
explosion crater
(Çevre) infilak krateri
explosion cycle
patlamalı çevrim
explosion gas
(Madencilik) infilak gazı
explosion gas
(Madencilik) patlama gazı
explosion gas
(Madencilik) patlama uçunu
explosion limits
(Nükleer Bilimler) patlama sınırları
explosion list
(Ticaret) malzeme döküm listesi
explosion of laughter
kahkaha tufanı
explosion pressure
(Madencilik) patlama basıncı
explosion risk
(Ticaret) patlama rizikosu
explosion risk
(Ticaret) infilak rizikosu
explosion proof
(Askeri) alev almaz
knowledge explosion
bilgi patlaması
dust explosion
toz patlaması
population explosion
nüfus patlaması
volcanic explosion
yanardağ patlaması
damage by explosion
infilak hasarı
information explosion
bilgi patlaması
mine explosion
mayın patlaması
boiler explosion
kazan patlaması
furnace explosion
külhan patlaması
nuclear explosion
(Nükleer Bilimler) nükleer patlama
seismic explosion
sismik patlama
underground explosion
yeraltı patlaması
İngilizce - İngilizce
A sudden outburst
A bursting due to pressure
The sound of an explosion
A violent release of energy (sometimes mechanical, nuclear, or chemical.)
A sudden increase

As with the Lejeuneaceae, this pattern of massive speciation appears to be correlated with the Cretaceous explosion of the angiosperms and the simultaneous creation of a host of new microenvironments, differing in humidity, light intensity, texture, etc.

a sudden and violent outbreak
{i} act of exploding, detonation; sound of a detonation; outburst (of laughter, anger, etc.); sudden increase
{n} a discharge of gunpowder noise
An explosion is a large rapid increase in the number or amount of something. The study also forecast an explosion in the diet soft-drink market The spread of the suburbs has triggered a population explosion among America's deer
as, an explosion of wrath
means literally, driven out by clapping the hands (Latin, explodo - i e ex-plaudo); hence the noise made by clapping the hands, a report made by ignited gunpowder, etc
A violent outburst of feeling, manifested by excited language, action, etc
(Explosion) Sudden and violent tearing asunder caused by gas or compressed air This peril is usually insured under policies covering fire
a sudden great increase; "the population explosion"; "the information explosion
(60) - This Pokémon does 60 damage to itself Pokémon with this attack: Dark Forretress
1 The sudden production of a large quantity of gas, usually hot, from a much smaller amount of a gas, liquid, or solid
A very rapid reaction accompanied by a large expansion of gases
A rupture of a pressure vessel of some kind due to excessive internal pressure (usually accompanied by a loud noise)
is an uncontrolled chemical reaction which generates a large amount of heat and gas in a short period of time
An explosion is a sudden, violent burst of energy, for example one caused by a bomb. After the second explosion, all of London's main train and subway stations were shut down Three people have been killed in a bomb explosion in northwest Spain. = blast
the terminal forced release of pressure built up during the occlusive phase of a stop consonant
the act of exploding or bursting something; "the explosion of the firecrackers awoke the children"; "the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft"
the noise caused by an explosion; "the explosion was heard a mile away"
a sudden great increase; "the population explosion"; "the information explosion"
Explosion is the act of deliberately causing a bomb or similar device to explode. Bomb disposal experts blew up the bag in a controlled explosion
A chemical reaction of any chemical compound or mechanical mixture that, when initiated, undergoes a very rapid combustion or decomposition, releasing large volumes of highly heated gases that exert pressure on the surrounding medium Also, a mechanical reaction in which failure of the container causes sudden release of pressure from within a pressure vessel Depending on the rate of energy release, an explosion can be categorized as a deflagration, a detonation, or pressure rupture
This peril does not include loss by explosion of stream boilers or steam pipes, if owned or leased by you or operated under your control
Type of shot played to extricate a ball from a sand bunker An explosion, also called a blast, is characterized by a player hitting sand while getting his ball out of the bunker
a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction the noise caused by an explosion; "the explosion was heard a mile away"
a golf shot from a bunker that typically moves sand as well as the golf ball
a type of eruption, taking place when the cap of dried lava blows off the volcano, releasing pressure and creating an explosion
the sudden and rapid production of gas, heat and noise, and many times a shock wave, within a confined space
An explosion is a sudden violent expression of someone's feelings, especially anger. Every time they met, Myra anticipated an explosion = outburst
An explosion is a sudden and serious political protest or violence. the explosion of protest and violence sparked off by the killing of seven workers
a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction
a sudden outburst; "an explosion of laughter"; "an explosion of rage"
a golf shot from a bunker that typically moves sand as well as the golf ball a sudden outburst; "an explosion of laughter"; "an explosion of rage"
The act of exploding; detonation; a chemical action which causes the sudden formation of a great volume of expanded gas; as, the explosion of gunpowder, of fire damp,etc
A bursting with violence and loud noise, because of internal pressure; as, the explosion of a gun, a bomb, a steam boiler, etc
displosion
explosion-proof
Designed and constructed to withstand or minimize damage from an internal or external explosion
explosion proof
specification that indicates an enclosure is capable of withstanding and confining internal explosions
explosion proof
AN ENCLOSURE CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING AN EXPLOSION OF A SPECIFIED GAS OR VAPOR WHICH MAY OCCUR WITHIN IT AND OF PREVENTING THE IGNITION OF A SPECIFIED GAS OR VAPOR SURROUNDING THE ENCLOSURE BY SPARKS,FLASHES OR EXPLOSION OF THE GAS OR VAPOR WITHIN IT MUST ALSO OPERATE AT SUCH AN EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE THAT A SURROUNDING FLAMMABLE ATMOSPHERE WILL NOT BE IGNITED
explosion proof
Apparatus enclosed in a case that is capable of withstanding an explosion of a specified gas or vapor that may occur within it and of preventing the ignition of a specified gas or vapor surrounding the enclosure by sparks, flashes, or explosion of the gas or vapor within and that operates at such an external temperature that a surrounding flammable atmosphere will not be ignited
Coulomb explosion
the effect of a molecule moving at high speed striking a solid; binding electrons being torn off, and the resulting charged constituents separating due to Coulomb repulsion
controlled explosion
The explosion of a small explosive charge either to destroy a suspect package or unexploded ordinance, or to gain access to a locked enclosure that may be booby-trapped
population explosion
An explosive, i.e. extremely fast, population growth

A locust plague starts when exceptionally propiscious circumstances combine to trigger an insect population explosion, which literally dies down as the conditions worsen and the food supply gets exhausted.

smoke explosion
An explosion of flue gases accumulated inside a burning building
An explosion
blast
An explosion
bang
Halifax Explosion
explosion of the French munitions ship "Mont Blanc" on the 6th of December 1916 in Nova Scotia (Canada), greatest man-made explosion until the Atom bomb drop on Hiroshima in 1945
an explosion
detonation
bill of material explosion
(Ticaret) The function of using the bill of material to generate component item demand quantities and timing given a requirement for the parent
explosions
plural of explosion
nuclear explosion
the explosion of an atomic bomb
population explosion
exaggerated increase of residents to such a degree that there is not enough food and living area for everyone
population explosion
The geometric expansion of a biological population, especially the unchecked growth in human population resulting from a decrease in infant mortality and an increase in longevity
road-side explosion
explosion of a bomb on the side of the road
explosion