foaming

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} köpür
köpürme
köpüren
foam
{f} köpürtmek
foam
köpük

Kahvemi üstünde bol köpüklü severim. - I like my coffee with lots of foam on the top.

Tom köpük yastık üzerine uyku tulumu serdi. - Tom unrolled his sleeping bag on his foam pad.

foam
köpürmek
foaming agent
köpürtücü madde
foaming power
köpürme gücü
foam
{i} sünger
foam
köpüklenmek
foam
{f} köpür

Kuduz köpeklerin genellikle ağzı köpürür. - Rabid dogs usually foam at the mouth.

boiler foaming
kazan köpürmesi
foam
foamy köpüklü
foam
(Tekstil) 1. köpük 2. köpürmek
foam
küplere binmek
foam
çok öfkelenmek
foam
köpürerek akmak
foam
foam at the mouth ağzı köpürmek
foam
foam rubber sünger
foam
(Tıp) Köpük, sıvı içinde serpilmiş gaz kabarcıkları kümesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
occurrence of frothy mixture of air and petroleum product (e g lubricant, fuel oil) that can reduce the effectiveness of the product, and cause sluggish hydraulic operation, air binding of oil pumps, and overflow of tanks or sumps Foaming can result from excessive agitation, improper fluid levels, air leaks, cavitation, or contamination with water or other foreign materials Foaming can be inhibited with an anti-foam agent The foaming characteristics of a lubricating oil can be determined by blowing air through a sample at a specified temperature and measuring the volume of foam, as described in test method ASTM D 892
producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease; "the rabid animal's frothing mouth"
covered with or resembling small bubbles as from being agitated by beating or heating; "the bubbling candy mixture"; "a cup of foaming cocoa"; "frothy milkshakes"; "frothy waves"; "spumy surf"
producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease; "the rabid animal's frothing mouth
present participle of foam
emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation; "bubbling champagne"; "foamy (or frothy) beer"
A term used to describe surface foam on your water, esp in spas/hot tubs Foaming is caused by high TDS levels working in combination with soft water and oils Certain algaecides can foam when added to pool or spa Use enzymes for foam control
Development and persistence of bubbles on the surface of fats during frying operations Persistent foaming and accumulation of thick layers of foam may be indicative of fat breakdown
- a frothy mixture of air and a petroleum product that can reduce the effectiveness of the product, and cause sluggish hydraulic operation, air binding of oil pumps, and overflow of tanks or sumps
Formation of a foam in an oil refrigerant mixture due to rapid evaporation of refrigerant dissolved in the oil This is most likely to occur when the compressor starts and the pressure is suddenly reduced
A term used to describe oil when it has liquid refrigerant boiling out of it
foaming agent
Any substance that will produce a foam under specified conditions
anti-foaming agent
Any food additive added to prevent excessive effervescence
anti-foaming agents
plural form of anti-foaming agent
foam
To form or emit foam
foam
sea foam; the sea

He is in Europe, across the foam.

foam
A substance composed of a large collection of bubbles or their solidified remains

A foam mat can soften a hard seat.

foam
{v} to froth, gater froth, be in a rage
foam
{n} froth, great passion, fury, rage
foam
The formation of bubbles in liquids often caused by continuous pumping of low surface-tension fluids and the entrapment of air Hydrophobic silicates dispersed in paraffin oils usually work well as anti-foams
foam
can result in pools that have used quaternary ammonium compound (QUATS) algaecides This can be made worse, if there is an air leak in the return line In spas, body oils can react with the natural alkalinity of the water and form "soaps" Aeration will increase the foaming Anti-Foam products and enzyme products are useful in controlling the problem
foam
A lightweight cellular material resulting from the introduction of gas bubbles into a reacting polymer
foam
A chemical fire extinguishing mixture It adheres to fuels, cooling and moistening them It also excludes oxygen from them, eliminating one of the items fire needs to burn
foam
{i} light frothy mass of bubbles; spongy material (used in upholstery)
foam
A dispersion of gas bubbles in a liquid, in which at least one dimension falls within the colloidal size range
foam
A lightweight, cellular plastic material containing gas-filled voids Typical foams include urethane, PVC and polyester
foam
  The aerated solution created by forcing air into or entraining air in water containing a foam concentrate by means of suitability designed equipment or by cascading it through the air at a high velocity   Foam reduces combustion by cooling, moistening and excluding oxygen
foam
Fire fighting material consisting of small bubbles of air, water, and concentrating agents Foam will put out a fire by blanketing it, excluding air and blocking the escape of volatile vapor
foam
To form or emit a foam; to bubble
foam
A dressing produced from polyurethane a soft, open cell sheets and may be single layer or multiple layers They are non-adherent, can absorb large amounts of exudate and can also be used as secondary dressings They are also available impregnated with charcoal and with a waterproof backing
foam
Foam consists of a mass of small bubbles that are formed when air and a liquid are mixed together. The water curved round the rocks in great bursts of foam. = froth
foam
To form foam, or become filled with foam; said of a steam boiler when the water is unduly agitated and frothy, as because of chemical action
foam
If a liquid foams, it is full of small bubbles and keeps moving slightly. I let the water run into it and we watched as it foamed and bubbled. ravines with foaming rivers rushing through them. = froth
foam
Clumps of bubbles or suds on the surface of water Usually introduced by bathers
foam
froth
foam
The light-colored substance which is made up of an aggregation of bubbles, formed on the surface of liquids by violent agitation
foam
a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture
foam
Foam is a gas in a liquid colloidal system
foam
Foam or foam rubber is soft rubber full of small holes which is used, for example, to make mattresses and cushions. modern three-piece suites filled with foam rubber We had given him a large foam mattress to sleep on
foam
A froth of bubbles on the surface of the water Usually comes from soap, oil, deo- dorant, hair spray, suntan oil, etc , that is shed into the water as swimmers enter
foam
A mass of bubbles on the surface of any liquid formed by injection of air
foam
The white substance, consisting of an aggregation of bubbles, which is formed on the surface of liquids, or in the mouth of an animal, by violent agitation or fermentation; froth; spume; scum; as, the foam of the sea
foam
{f} froth, produce or form a light frothy mass of bubbles; cause to foam
foam
A mass of bubbles formed on liquids by agitation Foam can be unstable, transient or stable depending upon the presence and nature of the components in the liquid
foam
a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture form bubbles; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water
foam
Folyurethane plastic material used to make the core of the surfboard
foam
rubber that is made in the form of a firm sponge
foam
To gather foam; to froth; as, the billows foam
foam
Foam is used to refer to various kinds of manufactured products which have a soft, light texture like a thick liquid. shaving foam. = cream
foam
A dispersion of a vapor in a liquid
foam
To cause to foam; as, to foam the goblet; also (with out), to throw out with rage or violence, as foam
foam
Custom_Foam
foam
Colloidal suspension of a gas in a liquid
foam
A class of extinguishing agents that provide a foamy cover when mixed with water Older foams (such as protein foam) are very heavy and smell bad when burned A commonly used foam on burning liquid fires is Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) The purpose of foam is to cover the burning material completely, isolating it from any source of oxygen so the fire will go out It can be used in a similar manner to prevent a flammable liquid spill from igniting
foam
The structural element that holds each row of TOFp Slats at the proper position and angle w r t the bottom of the Tray
foam
form bubbles; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water"
foam
A soft' cushiony material formed by creating bubbles in base material' such as natural or synthetic rubbers' or other elastomeric materials
foam
a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid
foaming