fossilized

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} fosilleş

Ellerimde tuttuğum şey fosilleşmiş bir kabuk. - What I'm holding in my hands is a fossilized shell.

Ellerimde tuttuğum şey fosilleşmiş bir kabuk. - A fossilized shell is what I'm holding in my hands.

fosilleşmiş

Ellerimde tuttuğum şey fosilleşmiş bir kabuk. - What I'm holding in my hands is a fossilized shell.

Muhtemelen fosilleşmiş parçalar jura dönemi hayvanlarına aittir. - Possibly the fossilized tracks belong to animals of the Jurassic period.

fossilized form
(Dilbilim) kemikleşmiş biçim
fossilize
fosilleştirmek
fossilize
fosilleş

Ellerimde tuttuğum şey fosilleşmiş bir kabuk. - A fossilized shell is what I'm holding in my hands.

Ellerimde tuttuğum şey fosilleşmiş bir kabuk. - What I'm holding in my hands is a fossilized shell.

fossilize
fosilleşmek
fossilize
{f} fosilleşmek, taşıllaşmak; fosilleştirmek, taşıllaştırmak
fossilize
fosilleş/fosilleştir
fossilize
{f} çağın gerisinde kalmak
fossilize
{f} taşlaştırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a state of fossilization; preserved in rock
set in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs; "obsolete fossilized ways"; "an ossified bureaucratic system
{s} petrified; old; ancient; out-of-date
set in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs; "obsolete fossilized ways"; "an ossified bureaucratic system"
Converted into a fossil; antiquated; firmly fixed in views or opinions
fossilize
to become inflexible or outmoded
fossilize
To become antiquated, rigid, or fixed, beyond the influence of change or progress
fossilize
become mentally inflexible convert to a fossil; "The little animals fossilized and are now embedded in the limestone
fossilize
fos·sil·ize fossilizes fossilizing fossilized in BRIT, also use fossilise1. If the remains of an animal or plant fossilize or are fossilized, they become hard and form fossils, instead of decaying completely. The most important parts, the flowers, rarely fossilise The survival of the proteins depends on the way in which bones are fossilised. fossilized dinosaur bones
fossilize
To become fossil
fossilize
to become a fossil
fossilize
become mentally inflexible
fossilize
{f} change into a fossil, petrify; be petrified, become a fossil; make outmoded; become old-fashioned or outmoded, become unchanging (also fossilise)
fossilize
convert to a fossil; "The little animals fossilized and are now embedded in the limestone"
fossilize
To convert into a fossil; to petrify; as, to fossilize bones or wood
fossilize
To cause to become antiquated, rigid, or fixed, as by fossilization; to mummify; to deaden
fossilize
disapproval If you say that ideas, attitudes, or ways of behaving have fossilized or have been fossilized, you are criticizing the fact that they are fixed and unlikely to change, in spite of changing situations or circumstances. What they seem to want to do in fact is fossilize the particular environment in which people live and work Needs change while policies fossilize. + fossilized fos·sil·ized these fossilized organisations
fossilized

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