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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} pus
{i} sis
ince sis
{i} hafif sis
{i} bulanıklık
oyun oyna/bezdir
{f} taciz etmek
{f} uğraşmak
(Askeri) PUS: Düşmanın sıhhatli gözetleme ve ateşine mani olmak maksadıyla, dost birlikler üzerinde, etraf veya ilerisinde meydana getirilen, fakat dost kıtaların harekatını aksatacak kadar kesif olmayan hafif sis
{f} canından bezdirmek
{i} şüphe
{i} belirsizlik
{i} hafif sis, ince duman, pus
(Meteoroloji) kuru duman
kuru pus
haze meter
Pus ölçer, sis ölçer, pus/sis ölçen cihaz
haze grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dağtavuğu
haze limit
(Meteoroloji) sis sınırı
haze line
(Meteoroloji) kuru duman hattı
haze top
(Meteoroloji) sis üst sınırı
smoke haze
(Askeri) pus
damp haze
hafif sis
dry haze
kuru pus
dayak atma
in a manner like that of a cloud or haze
bir bulut veya sis gibi bir şekilde
coefficient of haze
(Çevre) sis katsayısı
damp haze
(Meteoroloji) hafif sis pusu
damp haze
(Meteoroloji) nemli sis
damp haze
(Meteoroloji) hafif yaş pus
fazla veya zor iş
şaka olarak munasebetsiz işler yaptırma
regional haze
(Meteoroloji) bölgesel pus
smoke haze
(Askeri) PUS, HAFİF SİS: Sıhhatli düşman gözetlemesini ve ateşini önleyecek; fakat dost harekatına engel olmayacak kadar az yoğunlukta, dost tesisler üzerinde meydana getirilen hafif sis tabakası. Bu sisin yoğunluğu, tabii hafif sisinkine eşittir
Türkçe - Türkçe

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Any substance causing turbidity in beer or wine

Various clarifying and fining agents are used in winemaking to remove hazes.

Mental confusion; the state of being in a haze

In my haze of alcohol, I thought for one crazy instant that he had plumbed my secret.

Very fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility

A blue haze, half dust, half mist, touched the long valley with mystery.

The degree of cloudiness or turbidity in a clear glass or plastic, measured in percent

Haze is listed as a percent value and, typically, is about 1% for meat film.

To oppress or harass by forcing to do hard and unnecessary work
To perform an unpleasant initiation ritual upon a usually non-consenting individual, especially freshmen to a closed community such as a college or military unit
{n} a fog, a mist
{v} to be foggy, to frighten
A phenomenon that results in reduced visibility due to the scattering of light caused by aerosols Haze is caused in large part by human-made air pollutants
To harass by exacting unnecessary, disagreeable, or difficult work
An undesirable cloudiness in beer, caused by tiny particles that form in the beer during chilling See also ‘Chill Haze’
A concentration of salt particles or other dry particles not readily classified as dust or other phenomenon Occurs in stable air usually only a few thousand feet thick, but may extend as high as 15,000 feet Haze layers often have definite tops above which the visibilities are good However, the visibility in the haze layer can be very poor
{i} fog, mist; obscurity, vagueness
A relatively rare complication of LASIK caused by the deposition of ground substance in the cornea An ophthalmologist can measure the haze response of a patient's eye under a slit lamp, but patients' experiences of haze vary Outcomes for the patient include decreased night vision, halos or loss of best corrected visual acuity Caused by the eye's reaction to the laser, haze often decreases with time and is more common with PRK
atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions become hazy, dull, or cloudy
Suspension of small solid particles in wine
confusion characterized by lack of clarity
of college students; as, the sophomores hazed a freshman
a visual phenomenon resulting from scattering of light in a volume of aerosols In the context of air pollution, haze is caused in large part by man-made air pollutants See also regional haze and "Visibility on the Colorado Plateau"
An opacification or cloudiness of the normally clear cornea Any build up of inflammatory infiltrates (white blood cells), extra moisture, scar tissue, or foreign substances (like drugs) can cause a clouding of the cornea
an atmospheric aerosol of sufficient concentration to be visible The particles are so small that they cannot be seen individually, but are still effective in scene distortion and visual range restriction See an example of uniform and Layered Hazes
To be hazy, or thick with haze
If there is a haze of something such as smoke or steam, you cannot see clearly through it. Dan smiled at him through a haze of smoke and steaming coffee. to play tricks on a new student or to make them do silly or dangerous things, as part of joining the school or a club at the school
an aggregation in the atmosphere of very fine, widely dispersed, solid or liquid particles, or both, giving the air an opalescent appearance that subdues colors See also regional haze, layered haze and damp haze
Haze is light mist, caused by particles of water or dust in the air, which prevents you from seeing distant objects clearly. Haze often forms in hot weather. They vanished into the haze near the horizon
Fine dust or salt particles dispersed through a portion of the atmosphere; a type of lithometer The particles are so small they cannot be felt or seen with the naked eye Many haze formations are caused by the presence of an abundance of condensation nuclei which may grow in size, due to a variety of causes, and become mist, fog, or cloud
A suspension of fine dust and/or smoke particles in the air Invisible to the naked eye, the particles reduce visibility by being sufficiently numerous to give the air an opalescent appearance It is reported as "HZ" in an observation and on the METAR
An aerosol of solid particles (dispersion of solid particles in gas) in which the particle sizes are smaller than can be seen without the aid of a microscope
a light concentration of obscuration that restricts accurate enemy observation from the air and ground This prevents accurate enemy target acquisition but does not disrupt friendly operations that require limited visibility such as river crossings A smoke haze allows limited visibility that reduces the recognition of personnel and equipment from 50 to 150 meters
Atmospheric particulate matter and gases that diminish visibility Visibility is reduced when light encounters tiny pollution particles, such as soot and dust, and some gases (such as nitrogen dioxide) in the air Some light is absorbed by the particles and gases and other light is scattered away before it reaches your eye More pollutants mean more absorption and scattering of light, resulting in more haze Some haze-causing pollutants are directly emitted to the atmosphere from vehicle emissions; others are formed indirectly when pollutants from mobile sources react with other elements and materials in the atmosphere
corneal clouding that causes the sensation of looking through smoke or fog
dry dust particles in the air
atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility
harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions
become hazy, dull, or cloudy
Light vapor or smoke in the air which more or less impedes vision, with little or no dampness; a lack of transparency in the air; hence, figuratively, obscurity; dimness
Fine dust or salt particles dispersed through a portion of the atmosphere They can not be individually seen but together they reduce the horizontal visibility
To harass or annoy by playing abusive or shameful tricks upon; to humiliate by practical jokes; used esp
{f} treat someone new in a humiliating manner; harass, humiliate (Nautical)
Fine dry or wet dust or salt particles in the air that reduce visibility
an atmospheric condition marked by a slight reduction in atmospheric visibility, resulting from the formation of photochemical smog, radiation of heat from the ground surface on hot days, or the development of a thin mist
A suspension in the atmosphere of extremely small (dry) particles, individually invisible to the naked eye, but which are numerous enough to give the atmosphere an appearance of opalescence together with reduced visibility (ISO 1994, WMO 1992)
Atmospheric moisture, dust, smoke, and vapor that diminishes visibility
Fine dust or salt particles in the air that reduce visibility
a concentration near the surface of the Earth, of fine particles (wet or dry dust, salt, etc ,)
Fine dry or wet particles of dust, salt, or other impurities that can concentrate in a layer next to the Earth when air is stable
haze will lift
fog will go away; things will soon become clear
clouded, especially due to accidental exposure to light
Simple past tense and past participle of haze
An initiation or behavior that involves humiliation, harassment or abuse, particularly in universities and in the military
heat haze
a shimmering atmospheric disturbance caused by currents of warm air between the observer and the object observed
{i} tradition of subjecting newcomers to humiliating initiation rites (in college fraternities, etc.)
{i} one who humiliates; one who arranges humiliating initiation rites (for new students)
One who administers acts of hazing
plural of haze
any willful act or practice by a member or associate member, directed against a member or associate member, which, with or without intent, is likely to: cause bodily harm or danger, offensive punishment, or disturbing pain, compromise the person's dignity; cause embarrassment or shame in public; cause the person to be the object of malicious amusement or ridicule; cause psychological harm or substantial emotional strain; and impair academic efforts In addition, hazing is any requirement by a member or pledge which compels a member or associate member to participate in any activity which is illegal, is contrary to a member's or associate member's moral or religious beliefs, or is contrary to the rules and regulations of the fraternity, institution of learning, and civil authorities Hazing in any and all forms is prohibited by Delta Chi
A dull finish
To mentally or physically persecute or torture somebody in a subordinate position, for example, a fraternity pledge or a first-year military academy cadet Hazing is illegal and is strictly forbidden by federal and state laws
Any conduct which subjects another person, whether physically, mentally, emotionally, or psychologically, to anything that may endanger, abuse, degrade, or intimidate the person as a condition of association with a group or organization, regardless of the person's consent or lack of consent Waterloo has a NO HAZING policy and takes strict action against any fraternity or sorority that participates in hazing activities
This has been defined by the National Panhellenic Conference as "any action taken or situation created intentionally, whether on or off fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule " Hazing is forbidden by Brenau University, the Panhellenic Association and Georgia state law
persecution or harassing with humiliating tasks, words, or actions Hazing is expressly forbidden by Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Councils
Actions or situations that recklessly or intentionally endanger the health, safety, or welfare of an individual for initiation, admission into, or affiliation with any university organization
An initiation or behavior that involves humiliation, harassment or abuse
A humiliating or violent initiation ceremony in American universities and branches of the Military
Hazing is defined as "subjecting someone to abusive and/or humiliating mental or physical harm" This activity has been sanctioned by Widener University and is not tolerated by any of the national fraternities and sororities Strict rules and penalties exist at SHU regarding the mental and/or physical abuse of anyone involved in the fraternity or sorority Please refer to the Hazing statement and information section of the Greek Life pages