extinct

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} soyu tükenmiş

İnsan ırkı bile bir gün soyu tükenmiş olacak. - Even the human race will become extinct one day.

Bu tür kelebeklerin artık soyu tükenmiş bulunmaktadır. - Butterflies of this species are now extinct.

extinct volcano sönmüş yanardağ
bitmiş
soyu tüke

İnsan ırkı bile bir gün soyu tükenmiş olacak. - Even the human race will become extinct one day.

Balinalar korunmadıkça onların soyu tükenecek. - Unless whales are protected, they will become extinct.

(hayvan/vb.) nesli tükenmiş
doğada tükenmiş
{s} nesli tükenmiş
extinct animal nesli tükenmiş hayvan
(Tıp) Soyu tükenmiş, ortadan kalkmış
{s} sönük

Sönük volkanlar muhtemelen tekrar püskürmeyecek. - Extinct volcanoes will likely never erupt again.

kaldırılmış yok edilmiş
{s} sönmüş
{s} yok olmuş
{s} tükenmiş

Tüplü dalgıçlar suyun altında altın paralar, antik kalıntılar, soyu tükenmiş hayvanların kalıntıları dahil birçok ilginç şeyler buldu. - Scuba divers have found many interesting things under water including gold coins, ancient ruins, and fossils of extinct animals.

Dodo, soyu çoktan tükenmiş bir türdür. - The dodo is an already extinct species.

sönmüş/soyu tükenmiş
{s} varisi olmayan
battal
ilga edilmiş
extinct volcano
sönmüş yanardağ
extinct custom
soyu tükenmiş özel
extinct flying reptile
soyu tükenmiş uçan sürüngen
extinct animal
soyu tükenmiş hayvan
extinct cities
eski çağ kentleri
extinct cities
antik kentler
extinct city
eski çağ kenti
extinct in the wild
(Denizbilim) yabanda soyu tükenmiş
extinct language
(Dilbilim) ölü dil
extinct species
(Jeoloji) nesli tükenmiş tür
extinction
{i} nesli tükenme
extinction
sönme
extinction
soy tükenmesi
to be extinct
nesli tükenmek
extincted
nesli tükenmiş
extincting
yok etme
extinction
soyu tükenme
extinction
(Ticaret) fesih
extinction
lağvetme
extinction
(Meteoroloji) radyasyon azalımı
extinction
(Jeoloji) ortadan kalkma
extinction
(Tıp) sönüm
extinction
(Kanun) sükut
extinction
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sönümleme
extinction
ilga
about to be extinct
tükenmek üzere
about to become extinct
yok olmak üzere
be extinct
Soyu tükenmiş olmak
become extinct
Soyu tükenmek
co-extinct
soyu tükenmek
it is supposed to be now nearly or quite extinct
Şimdi olması gerekiyordu neredeyse ya da tamamen tükenmiş
walruses and extinct forms
walruses ve soyu tükenmiş formlar
be extinct
nesli yok olmak
extinction
feshetme
extinction
(Tıp) Ortadan kalkma, yok olma, imha olma
extinction
{i} yok olma

Dinozorların aniden yok olmaları hakkında birçok teori var ama gerçek sebep hâlâ belirsiz olarak kalmaktadır. - There are many theories about the sudden extinction of the dinosaurs, but the real cause still remains anyone's guess.

Onlar yok olma tehdidi altında. - They are in danger of extinction.

extinction
{i} söndürme
extinction
{i} imha
extinction
{i} yok etme
extinction
ekstinksiyon
extinction
(Tıp) Şartlı refleks'in kendisiin yaratan faktörün yetersizliği nedeniyle kayboluşu
extinction
(Tıp) Ortadan kaldırma, yok etme, imha etme
extinction
sönme/soyu tükenme
extinction
ortadan kaldırma
extinction
bir neslin tükenmesi
extinction
ortadan (sürekli olarak) kalkma
İngilizce - İngilizce
No longer in existence; having died out

The dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years.

No longer used; obsolete, discontinued

Luckily, such ideas about race are extinct in current sociological theory.

No longer actively erupting

Most of the volcanos on this island are now extinct.

Extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc.)

Poor Edward's cigarillo was already extinct.

being no longer in existence
{a} extinguished, abolished, at an end, dead
no longer in existence
Refers to a species that no longer exists on Earth
refers to a species that no longer exists Local extinction occurs when every member of a particular population has died Global extinction occurs when every member of a species has died The passenger pigeon and the dodo are examples of globally extinct birds
no longer in to be found or in existence
volcanos; permanently inactive; "an extinct volcano"
Plants and animals that no longer exist
{s} nonexistent; vanished, dead
Without a survivor; without force; dead; as, a family becomes extinct; an extinct feud or law
No longer erupting
A volcano that is not expected to erupt again
A species which no longer exists The Stellar sea cow is an example of a species which once lived on the Pacific's East Coast and is now extinct
of e
– no longer existing or active; died out
To cause to be extinct
Has died out, is no longer in existence
(ek stinkt') A species that is no longer in existence
No longer existing
Extinguished; put out; quenched; as, a fire, a light, or a lamp, is extinct; an extinct volcano
of e g volcanos; permanently inactive; "an extinct volcano"
a plant or animal species may entirely cease to exist Recent examples are the dodo, a large flightless bird which used to live as recently as two hundred years ago, on the island of Mauritius There are today many species of birds, flowers, fish, insects, large mammals, including certain types of whale, which are threatened with extinction, most as a result of human activity Happily, the smallpox virus is about to become extinct
A species of animal or plant that is extinct no longer has any living members, either in the world or in a particular place. It is 250 years since the wolf became extinct in Britain
species gone forever, none alive anywhere
[adj] A species of organism that has no living representatives
Being no longer found anywhere in the world-e g ; passenger pigeon
Being no longer found anywhere in the world (e g , passenger pigeon) without reference to cause(s)
No longer living Generally applied to a taxon As opposed to extant
An extinct volcano is one that does not erupt or is not expected to erupt any more. Its tallest volcano, long extinct, is Olympus Mons
volcanos; permanently inactive; "an extinct volcano" of a fire; being out or having grown cold; "threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"; "the fire is out" no longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives; "an extinct species of fish"; "an extinct royal family"; "extinct laws and customs
- When all members of a species have died out
A species of plant or animal that is no longer living
If a particular kind of worker, way of life, or type of activity is extinct, it no longer exists, because of changes in society. Herbalism had become an all but extinct skill in the Western world
A species of plant or animal of which no individuals remain living anywhere on the planet
No longer alive; no longer in existence
something that is no longer found living anywhere on Earth
no longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives; "an extinct species of fish"; "an extinct royal family"; "extinct laws and customs
species no longer in existence or not located in the wild during the past 50 years
of a fire; being out or having grown cold; "threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"; "the fire is out"
Extinction is a natural process that has occurred throughout the history of life on earth The significant difference in today's world is the rate of extinction Between 1600 - 1850 scientists documented only five animal extinctions - or one animal every 30 years Since 1850 the rate of global extinction has escalated to at least one animal every 2 15 years
means that an animal or plant no longer exists on earth Millions of animal and plant species have already died out and some scientists estimate that about six species a minute become extinct Extinction is a natural process that humans have unnaturally accelerated through our activities including cutting down the forests, building towns and cities and roads
didine
extinct volcano
A volcano that is thought to be incapable of further eruptions
extinct volcanoes
plural form of extinct volcano
extinct species
type of animal which no longer exists
extinct volcano
{i} volcano which is no longer active and will not burst out in the future
extinction
The action of making or becoming extinct; annihilation
extinction
The absorption or scattering of electromagnetic radiation emitted by astronomical objects by intervening dust and gas before it reaches the observer
extinction
{n} abolition, destruction
Extinction
cease
extinction
is when a species of any animal, plant or creature is no longer found alive Back to Mammal main page
extinction
dying out of a species
extinction
Used by biologists to describe the irreversible loss of a living species
extinction
The failure of a taxonomic group to produce direct descendants, causing its worldwide disappearance from the record at a given point in time
extinction
The total disappearance of a species of plant or animal Most widely known is the extinction of the dinosaurs
extinction
Reinforcement is withheld from a previously reinforced behavior and therefore the behavior decreases The goal of withholding reinforcement is to decrease the target behavior
extinction
the act of extinguishing; causing to stop burning; "the extinction of the lights" a conditioning process in which the reinforcer is removed and a conditioned response becomes independent of the conditioned stimulus complete annihilation; "they think a meteor cause the extinction of the dinosaurs" the reduction of the intensity of radiation as a consequence of absorption and radiation no longer in existence; "the extinction of a species" no longer active; extinguished; "the extinction of the volcano
extinction
complete disappearance of a species because of failure to adapt to environmental change
extinction
no longer in existence; "the extinction of a species"
extinction
The extinction of a species of animal or plant is the death of all its remaining living members. An operation is beginning to try to save a species of crocodile from extinction
extinction
If someone refers to the extinction of a way of life or type of activity, they mean that the way of life or activity stops existing. The loggers say their jobs are faced with extinction because of declining timber sales. Dying out or termination of a species. It occurs when a species can no longer reproduce at replacement levels. Most past extinctions are thought to have resulted from environmental changes that the doomed species was either unable to adapt to or that caused it to adapt so thoroughly that it became a distinctly new species. The effect of humans on the environment, through hunting, collecting, and habitat destruction, has become the principal factor in plant and animal extinctions
extinction
{i} extinguishment; annihilation, total destruction
extinction
the act of extinguishing; causing to stop burning; "the extinction of the lights"
extinction
reduction in the intensity of the light (the number of photons) from a celestial body as the light passes through a dust cloud Dust clouds in space make stars behind the dust clouds appear dimmer than they would be if the dust was not there
extinction
The termination of any lineage of organisms, from subspecies to species and higher taxonomic categories from genera to phyla Extinction can be local, in which one or more populations of a species or other unit vanish but others survive elsewhere, or total (global), in which all the populations vanish When biologists speak of the extinction of a particular species without further qualification, they mean total extinction1
extinction
The act of extinguishing or making extinct; a putting an end to; the act of putting out or destroying light, fire, life, activity, influence, etc
extinction
the reduction of the intensity of radiation as a consequence of absorption and radiation
extinction
the reduction of the intensity of radiation as a consequence of absorption and radiation no longer in existence; "the extinction of a species"
extinction
A procedure in which reinforcement that previously followed a behavior is discontinued
extinction
State of being extinguished or of ceasing to be; destruction; suppression; as, the extinction of life, of a family, of a quarrel, of claim
extinction
The total disappearance of a species or taxon
extinction
The human-caused or natural process whereby a species or population ceases to exist (1) See Endangered Species, Threatened Species
extinction
Process where no more of a species live on our planet, e g dinosaurs are extinct Many species are threatened with extinction
extinction
A gradual reduction in the frequency of occurrence of an operant behavior that results from a lack of reinforcement of the response
extinction
no longer active; extinguished; "the extinction of the volcano"
extinction
the attenuation of light due to scattering and absorption as it passes through a medium
extinction
The apparent dimming of star or planet when low on the horizon due to absorption by the Earth's atmosphere
extinction
Occurs when all the members of a specific kind of plant or animal have died
extinction
When all the members of a clade or taxon die, the group is said to be extinct
extinction
Disappearance of a species from all or part of their geographic range Also see background extinction and mass extinction
extinction
The total disappearance of a species or higher taxon, so that it no longer exists anywhere
extinction
no longer active; extinguished; "the extinction of the volcano
extinction
a conditioning process in which the reinforcer is removed and a conditioned response becomes independent of the conditioned stimulus complete annihilation; "they think a meteor cause the extinction of the dinosaurs"
extinction
The procedure in a conditioning experiment where the unconditioned stimulus or the reinforcer is no longer presented (Anderson)
extinction
complete annihilation; "they think a meteor cause the extinction of the dinosaurs"
extinction
The dying out of a species of living thing, and its complete disappearance from the earth
extinction
A process for weakening behavior to its preconditioning level In the respondent model, it consists of continuous presentation of the conditioned stimulus without the unconditioned stimulus In the operant model, it consists of withholding reinforcement after the response is emitted
extinction
Blockage of the Sun's light caused by certain aerosols and gases in the atmosphere
extinction
Extinction occurs when the behavior or response fades out over time due to non-reinforcement
extinction
a conditioning process in which the reinforcer is removed and a conditioned response becomes independent of the conditioned stimulus
extinct