fuze

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} eritmek
{i} fünye
(Askeri) kapsül
tapalamak
{f} birleştirmek
{f} birleşmek
{i} (top mermisine ait) tapa
{i} fitil
{i} tapa
{f} atmak
{f} yanmak
{i} sigorta
fuse
sigorta

Sigortayı attırmış olmalıyız. - We must've blown a fuse.

Kesinlikle Tom'un sigortası atmış. - Tom certainly has a short fuse.

fuse
{f} eritmek
fuse
{i} fünye
fuze adapter
(Askeri) tapa adaptörü
fuze delay
(Askeri) gecikmeli tapa
fuze error
(Askeri) tapa hatası
fuze for ammunition
(Askeri) mühimmat tapası
fuze option switch
(Askeri) tapa seçme anahtarı
fuze range
(Askeri) tapa mesafesi
fuze range
(Askeri) tapa saniyesi
fuze setter operator
(Askeri) tapa tanzimcisi
fuze setting
(Askeri) tapa tanzimi
fuze train
(Askeri) tapa ateşleme zinciri
fuse
{f} kaynaşmak
aerial burst fuze
(Askeri) tutuşmalı tapa
aerial burst fuze
(Askeri) ihtiraklı tapa
dummy fuze
(Askeri) kör tapa
fuse
(Ticaret) füzyona gitmek
fuse
(Askeri) TAPA: Mermiyi mermi yolu üzerinde istenilen zamanda, istenilen yerde ve istenilen şartlar altında paralandırmaya yarayan mekanik veya elektrikli cihaz. Tapalar, genellikle mermiye takılışlarına ve gördükleri işe göre sınıflandırılırlar. I. Mermiye takılışlarına göre ikiye ayrılırlar
fuse
birleştirmek
fuse
(Denizbilim) korunç
fuse
ateşleme fitili
fuse
(Mekanik) kaynayıp birleşme
fuse
(Biyokimya) kaynamak
fuse
(Ticaret) füzyon yapmak
fuse
ergimek
fuse
birleşmek
nose fuze
(Askeri) baş tapa
percussion fuze
(Askeri) müsademeli tapa
proximity fuze
(Askeri) değişken zamanlı tapa
safety fuze
(Askeri) saniyeli fitil
safety fuze
(Askeri) saniyeli tapa
variable time fuze
(Askeri) değişik zamanlı tapa
variable time fuze
(Askeri) vt tapası
fuse
(sigorta) attırmak
fuse
(metal) erimek
fuse
eriyerek birleşmek
fuse
{f} erit
fuse
(metal) eritmek
fuse
(sigorta) atmak
Fuse
elektrik sigortası
fuse
(Mühendislik) sigorta; madenin sıcaklık dolayısıyla sıvı haline gelmesi; kaynayıp birleşme
delayed action fuze
(Askeri) geciktirmeli tapa
fuse
erimek
fuse
yanmak
fuse
tapa
fuse
{f} eri
fuse
eriyip birbiriyle kaynaşmak
fuse
x birleştir/yak/eri/erit
fuse
f eritmek
fuse
{i} fitil
fuse
kaynaştırmak
fuse
attırmak
fuse
{f} eritmek; erimek; eriyip birbiriyle kaynaşmak
fuse
eriterek birleştirmek
fuse
(Askeri) (SPECIFY) TAPA (BELİRTMEK): Bir topçu veya deniz topçu desteğinde; arzu edilen tapa faaliyetini belirtmek için kullanılan emir veya istek. Örnek; tavikli, mekanik ihtiraklı tapa, TV tapası zamanlı tapa
fuse
{f} atmak
fuse
{i} elek. sigorta
fuse
tapa koymak
fuse
fitil/tapa/sigorta
ignition fuze
(Askeri) ateşleme tapası
mechanical time fuze
(Askeri) mekanik ihtiraklı tapa
mechanical time fuze
(Askeri) MEKANİK İHTİRAKLİ TAPA: Tapanın patlayacağı zamanı kontrol eden saat mekanizmasına benzer bir tertibatla teçhiz edilmiş tapa. Ayrıca bakınız: "fuze"
nonboresafe fuze
(Askeri) NAMLU EMNİYETSİZ TAPA: Merminin namlu içindeyken infilak etmesini önleyecek bir emniyet tertibatı bilinmeyen tapa. Bak. "boresafe fuze"
nondelay fuze
(Askeri) TAVİKSİZ TAPA: Merminin hedefe nüfuzu esnasındaki gecikmesiyle ateşleme piminin (kapsülün) ataleti sonucu faaliyete geçen tapa. Atalet; ateşleme pimine kapsüle (veya kapsülün ateşleme pimine) çarpmasına, bu da tapanın faaliyete geçmesine sebep olur. Bu cins tapa; faaliyete geçmesi merminin hedefe nüfuzu esnasındaki yavaşlama (gecikme) ye bağlı olduğu için, çalışma bakımından üstün hassas tapa (superquick) ve hassas tapa (instantaneous) dan daha ağırdır. Bak. "füze"
nose fuze
(Askeri) BAŞ TAPA: Bir bomba veya merminin ön tarafına yerleştirilmiş olan tapa. Bir baş tapa, dip tapadan biraz daha çabuk patlar
percussion fuze
(Askeri) MÜSADEMELİ TAPA: Hedefe vurunca ateşlenen tapa. Bak. "impact fuze"
point detonating fuze
(Askeri) BAŞ TAPA: Merminin uç kısmına yerleştirilen ve mermi hedefe vurduğu zaman ateşlenen tapa. Bak. "fuze" ve "nose fuze"
powder train time fuze
(Askeri) BARUT ZAMANLI TAPA: Barut tablosu kanallarında sıkıştırılmış kara barut uzunluğunu ayar etmek suretiyle faaliyete geçirilen ihtiraklı tapa cinsi. Bak. "fuze" ve "time fuze"
primer and fuze magazine
(Askeri) FÜNYE VE TAPA CEPHANELİĞİ
retainer fuze
(Askeri) tapa emniyet bileziği
safety fuze
(Askeri) SANİYELİ TAPA: Ateşi patlatıcıya gönderen elastiki ve hava geçirmeyen zamanında ve devamlı yanan ağızotu ihtiva eden tapa
short delay fuze
(Askeri) KISA TAVİKLİ TAPA: Bak. "delay fuze"
shuttered fuze
(Askeri) PANJURLU TAPA: Detanatörün dikkatsizce faaliyete geçirilmesinin mermi iştial veya yanma hakkını ateşlemeyeceği bir tapa
shuttered fuze
(Askeri) panjurlu tapa
superquick fuze
(Askeri) ÜSTÜN HASSAS TAPA: Merminin hedefe teması ile derhal faaliyetegeçen tapa. Mümkün olan en süratli faaliyeti temin eden tapa tipidir. Ateşleme iğnesi, merminin hedefe temasıyla beraber kapsül üzerine yüklenir; dolayısıyla mermi, hedefin sathında faaliyetini gösterir. Buna hassas tapa (instonteneous fuze) de denir. Ayrıca bakınız: "fuze"
supersensitive fuze
(Askeri) ÇOK ÜSTÜN HASSAS TAPA: Uçak kanadı gibi çok hafif hedeflere çarpmakla dahi mermiyi süratle infilak ettiren tapa. Ayrıca bakınız: "fuze"
tail fuze
(Askeri) DİP TAPA: Bir bomba veya merminin dip kısmına yerleştirilmiş olan tapa. Buna (base detonating füze) de denir. Ayrıca bak "füze"
variable time fuze
(Askeri) VT TAPASI: Bir mermi, bomba, mayın veya infilak hakkını, temasla değil dış tesirlerle faaliyete geçtiği zaman infilak ettirecek şekilde imal edilmiş bir tapa. Ayrıca bak "fuze"
vt fuze
(Askeri) VT TAPASI: Radyo dalgalarının yansıması suretiyle çalışan ve hedefe yaklaşırken faaliyete geçen tapa. Bu tapa mermiyi imali sırasında tespit edilen yükseklikte paralanır. Ayrıca bak "füze"
İngilizce - İngilizce
To attach a fuze of similar detonator
An alternative spelling of fuse in the sense of a detonator. In a specifically military context, "fuze" refers to a mechanism containing mechanical and/or electronic components which detonates the weapon
When the current increases beyond a certain safe strength, the metal melts, interrupting the circuit and thereby preventing possibility of damage
an American spelling of fuse
A wire, bar, or strip of fusible metal inserted for safety in an electric circuit
{f} attach a fuse, attach a wick (to explosives)
any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant
{i} fuse, wick (attached to an explosive)
A device for setting off an explosive charge; a command or request to indicate the type of fuze action desired, such as delay, quick or time for the 60-mm mortar
It burns from 2 to 4 feet a minute
A term for the mechanical or electrical device with explosive components used to initiate the detonation of a weapon by an action such as hydrostatic pressure, electrical energy, impact, mechanical time, or a combination of these, at the desired time
A tube, filled with combustible matter, for exploding a shell, etc
A fuse used in blasting, consisting of a long cylinder of explosive material inclosed in a varnished wrapping of rope or hose
An alternative spelling of fuse in the sense of a detonator
See Fuse, n
fuze, plug
A fusible plug that screws into a receptacle, used as a fuse in electric wiring
fuze, plug
A plug fitted to the fuse hole of a shell to hold the fuse
fuse
To melt together; to blend; to mix indistinguishably
fuse
The mechanism that ignites the charge in an explosive device
fuse
Indicating a tendency to lose one's temper

When talking about being laid off, he has a short fuse.

fuse
(also fuze in US) A cord that, when lit, conveys the fire to some explosive device
fuse
A device to prevent the overloading of an electrical circuit
fuse
To furnish with or install a fuse
fuse
to unite or blend as by melting together
fuse
This is a two-terminal device that is normally a low resistive element and is programmed or "blown" resulting in an open or high impedance Typical materials are nichrome and polysilicon This is element is inherently radiation-hard
fuse
{v} to melt, liquefy, soften, be melted
fuse
A plug fitted to the fuse hole of a shell to hold the fuse
fuse
A device designed to provide protection for a given circuit or device by physically opening the circuit Fuses are rated by their amperage and are designed to blow or open when the current being drawn through it exceeds its design rating 2
fuse
A protection device found on the line It is used to protect the system from faults For example, if a fault occurs beyond the fuse point, the fuse will blow but the rest of the system will stay alive When the fuse is blown, it sounds like a gun shot Some older customer homes have fuses as well Customers are encouraged to check their fuse box or breaker box before they call in with the power is out, to be sure the problem is on the utility system rather than within the home
fuse
A protective device of calibrated metal which melts and breaks when the current through it produces heat which exceeds the rated value of the fuse
fuse
If something fuses two different qualities, ideas, or things, or if they fuse, they join together, especially in order to form a pleasing or satisfactory combination. His music fused the rhythms of jazz with classical forms What they have done is fuse two different types of entertainment, the circus and the rock concert Past and present fuse. = combine
fuse
a device usually consisting of a metal link housed in a ceramic tube A fuse will melt when the current passing through it exceeds a defined amount, thus disconnecting the electrical supply Fuses can be found in UK mains plugs and in the panel supplying electricity to an area
fuse
become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat; "The substances fused at a very high temperature"
fuse
A piece of metal, connected in the circuit to be protected, that melts and interrupts the circuit when excess current flows
fuse
A device connected to an electrical circuit designed to melt and open the circuit in the event of excess current flow Gearhead A mechanical device that converts speed and torque to values required by the application Output torque increases, and output speed decreases proportionally to the gear ratio Generator A machine that converts mechanical energy into electric energy
fuse
{f} combine by melting together; be combined through melting together; unite, combine; be united or combined
fuse
electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded
fuse
Device that interrupts current if a circuit is overloaded or a short occurs
fuse
In electricity, a safety device fitted to plugs It consists of a wire that melts and breaks the circuit if the current is too high
fuse
When things fuse or are fused, they join together physically or chemically, usually to become one thing. You can also say that one thing fuses with another. The skull bones fuse between the ages of fifteen and twenty-five Conception occurs when a single sperm fuses with an egg Manufactured glass is made by fusing various types of sand Their solution was to isolate specific clones of B cells and fuse them with cancer cells The flakes seem to fuse together and produce ice crystals
fuse
A device that has as its critical component a metal wire or strip that will melt when heated by a prescribed (design) amperage, creating an open in the circuit of which it is a part, thereby protecting the circuit from an overcurrent condition
fuse
A wire, bar, or strip of fusible metal inserted for safety in an electric circuit
fuse
A device that will heat up, melt and electrically open the circuit after a period of prolonged abnormal current flow
fuse
A tube or casing filled with combustible matter, by means of which a charge of powder is ignited, as in blasting; called also fuzee
fuse
A cord that, when lit, conveys the fire to some explosive device
fuse
To liquefy by heat; to render fluid; to dissolve; to melt
fuse
A safety device with a metal wire or strip that melts when the current gets too strong, cutting off the flow of the electrical current
fuse
any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant
fuse
When an electric device fuses or when you fuse it, it stops working because of a fault. The wire snapped at the wall plug and the light fused Rainwater had fused the bulbs
fuse
A fuse is a device on a bomb or firework which delays the explosion so that people can move a safe distance away. A bomb was deactivated at the last moment, after the fuse had been lit
fuse
an electrical device which is designed to break a circuit and halt current flow when the current in the circuit exceeds the maximum considered to be safe for the conductors of devices in the circuit
fuse
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
fuse
A fuse is a safety device in an electric plug or circuit. It contains a piece of wire which melts when there is a fault so that the flow of electricity stops. The fuse blew as he pressed the button to start the motor Remove the circuit fuse before beginning electrical work
fuse
To be blended, as if melted together
fuse
If you blow a fuse, you suddenly become very angry and are unable to stay calm. For all my experience, I blew a fuse in the quarter-final and could have been sent off
fuse
any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded make liquid or plastic by heating; "The storm fused the electric mains"
fuse
To unite or blend, as if melted together
fuse
A device often found in older homes designed to prevent overloads in electrical lines See Circuit Breakers
fuse
A fusible plug that screws into a receptacle, used as a fuse in electric wiring
fuse
a protective device containing a short piece of wire that melts and breaks when current through it exceeds a rated value, thus de-energizing the circuit
fuse
A safety device in an electric circuit that fails prior to overload of the electrical system
fuse
If you say that someone has a short fuse or is on a short fuse you mean that they are quick to react angrily when something goes wrong. I have a very short fuse and a violent temper. In electrical engineering, a safety device that protects electric circuits from the effects of excessive electric currents. A fuse commonly consists of a current-conducting strip or wire of easily fusible metal; whenever the circuit is made to carry a current larger than that for which it is intended, the strip melts to interrupt it
fuse
To melt together
fuse
If someone or something lights the fuse of a particular situation or activity, they suddenly get it started. Hopes for an early cut in German interest rates lit the market's fuse early on
fuse
A cord-like substance used in the ignition of explosives Black powder is entrained in the cord and, when lit, burns along the cord at a set rate A fuse can be safely used to ignite a cap, which is the primer for an explosive
fuse
A component used in an electrical circuit to safely interrupt current flow in the circuit if that flow exceeds the rating of the fuse The fuse is rated at the maximum safe current capacity of the circuit
fuse
The device that ignites the explosive charge in a mine or missile
fuse
Device which protects circuit by melting of its current responsive element when overcurrent passes through it
fuse
A device that protects an electrical circuit from excessive amperes by opening its internal element
fuse
A safety device used in electrical circuits for the protection of the circuit conductor and components
fuse
equip with a fuse; provide with a fuse
fuse
An overcurrent protection device that contains a thin strip of metal that will melt and open the circuit in case of circuit overload Must be replaced after a circuit overload Back to alphabetical list
fuse
When the current increases beyond a certain safe strength, the metal melts, interrupting the circuit and thereby preventing possibility of damage
fuse
To be reduced from a solid to a fluid state by heat; to be melted; to melt
fuse
  1   A device that has as its critical component a metal wire or strip that will melt when heated by a prescribed (design) amperage, creating an open in the circuit of which it is a part, thereby protecting the circuit from an overcurrent condition   Note: Fuses are often characterized as "fast-blow" or "slow-blow," according to the time required for them to respond to an overcurrent condition   Fast-blow fuses open nearly instantaneously when exposed to an overcurrent condition   Slow-blow fuses can tolerate a transient overcurrent condition, but will open if the overcurrent condition is sustained   2   In optical fiber technology, to join the endfaces of a pair of optical fibers by melting, i e , welding, the endfaces together
fuse
A short strip of metal having extremely low resistance and functioning as a protective device in a circuit A fuse will melt when its rated current is exceeded, thereby opening the circuit
fuse
make liquid or plastic by heating; "The storm fused the electric mains"
fuse
{i} protective device in an electrical circuit which melts under excess voltage and breaks the circuit; cord or tube for igniting an explosive
proximity fuze
An electronic device for detonating a warhead as it approaches a target, used in antiaircraft shells. Also called VT fuze
proximity fuze
bomb ignition device that senses the distance of a target and automatically detonates the bomb when the target is within range (Military)
fuze