latitude

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İngilizce - Türkçe
enlem

Kuzey yarımkürede, kuzey kutup bölgesindeki hava sıcaklıkları düşük enlemlere göre iki kat daha hızlı ısınıyor. - In the Northern Hemisphere, Arctic air temperatures are warming twice as fast as lower latitudes.

Tasmanya 40 derece güney enlemi üzerindedir. - Tasmania is on the 40 degrees South latitude.

{i} paralel
{i} tolerans
en
mıntıka
serbestlik
rahatlık
özgürlük
{i} hoşgörü
{i} bölge

Kuzey yarımkürede, kuzey kutup bölgesindeki hava sıcaklıkları düşük enlemlere göre iki kat daha hızlı ısınıyor. - In the Northern Hemisphere, Arctic air temperatures are warming twice as fast as lower latitudes.

(Askeri) enlem, enlem açısı
(Askeri) ENLEM AÇISI: Arz üzerinde ekvatorun kuzey veya güneydeki bir nokta ile arzın merkezini birleştiren hattın, arzın merkezinde ekvator düzlemiyle teşkil ettiği açı
arz derecesi,enlem
enlem derecesi
latitu
latitude band
(Askeri) ENLEM: Dünyayı çevreleyen ve kabul edilmiş lincor veya açı ölçü birimleriyle belirlenmiş, dünyaya göre enlemesine uzanan şerit
latitude beam
(Askeri) enlem kemere
latitudinal
enlemesine
degree of latitude
paralel derecesi
instantaneous latitude
anlık enlem
latitudes
bölge

Kuzey yarımkürede, kuzey kutup bölgesindeki hava sıcaklıkları düşük enlemlere göre iki kat daha hızlı ısınıyor. - In the Northern Hemisphere, Arctic air temperatures are warming twice as fast as lower latitudes.

latitudinal
enine
latitudinal
enine olan
line of latitude
enlem çizgisi
mean latitude
ortalama enlem
horse latitude
at enlem
degree of latitude
enlem derecesi
difference latitude
(Askeri) enlem farkı
difference of latitude
(Askeri) enlem farkı
geocentric latitude
(Askeri) merkezil enlem
geocentric latitude
(Askeri) yer merkezli enlem
geocentric latitude
(Askeri) jeosantrik enlem
geocentric latitude
(Askeri) JEOSANTRİK ENLEM: Arz yüzeyindeki herhangi bir noktadan arzın merkezine uzanan bir hatla ekvator düzlemi arasında kesişen bir enlemin yayı
latitudinal
(sıfat) enlemsel
latitudinal
enlemsel
latitudinally
enine bir şekilde
parallel of latitude
(Askeri) ENLEM: Bak. "parallel"
İngilizce - İngilizce
Extent or scope; e.g. breadth, width or amplitude
An imaginary line (in fact a circle) around a planet running parallel to the planet's equator
The relative freedom from restrictions: his parents gave hime a great deal of latitude, scope for freedom of action, thought, etc, as in common sense
The extent to which a light-sensitive material can be over- or underexposed and still achieve an acceptable result
The angular distance of a heavenly body from the ecliptic
The angular distance north or south from a planet's equator, measured along the meridian of that particular point
{n} breadth, width, room, extent, distance, the distance from the equator north and south
Extent; size; amplitude; scope
action or thought; freedom from restriction the angular distance between an imaginary line around a heavenly body parallel to its equator and the equator itself an imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator freedom from normal restraints in conduct; "the new freedom in movies and novels"; "allowed his children considerable latitude in how they spent their money
Lines of latitude are imaginary lines that tell how far north or south a place is from the Equator The lines measure the degrees north and south from the Equator Zero degrees is the location of the Equator
extent of deviation from a standard, as truth, style, etc
angular distance, measured in degrees, north or south from the equator
used to specify position on the Earth, it is the number of degrees north or south of the Earth's equator
A north-south coordinate measured on the surface of a sphere It is the angular distance from the equator in the direction of one of the rotational poles
The angular distance north or south from the equator, measured along the meridian of that particular point
distance on the Earth (measured in degrees) north or south of the equator
The latitude of a place is its distance from the equator. Compare longitude. In the middle to high latitudes rainfall has risen steadily over the last 20-30 years. Latitude is also an adjective. The army must cease military operations above 36 degrees latitude north
The angle of a location on the earth's surface from the equator expressed in degrees north or south The Arctic Circle, for example, is at approximately latitude 66° north
An angular distance north or south of the equator, measured in degrees
Latitude is a coordinate that is used to specify positions on a sphere The latitude of a place is the distance of the place to the equator, measured in degrees along a circle between the two poles Places on the equator have zero latitude, the North pole has latitude +90 degrees (or 90 degrees North), and the South pole has latitude -90 degrees (or 90 degrees South) In the sky, latitude is used in the ecliptical and galactic coordinate systems The corresponding coordinate in the equatorial coordinate system is called declination The second coordinate needed to specify a position on a sphere is the longitude
the angular distance between an imaginary line around a heavenly body parallel to its equator and the equator itself
Latitude is a north-south measurement of position on the Earth It is defined by the angle measured from a horizontal plane located at the Earth's center that is perpendicular to the polar axis A line connecting all places of the same latitude is termed a parallel Latitude is measured in degrees, minutes, and seconds Measurements of latitude range from equator (0 degrees) to 90 degrees North and South from this point
Angular distance measured in degrees north or south of the equator
Angular distance north or south of the equator, measured from 0 to 90 degrees north or south
{i} angular distance on a meridian north or south of the equator; freedom of thought or action, liberty; extent to which an emulsion records the brightness values of a subject (Photography)
scope for freedom of e g action or thought; freedom from restriction
The angular distance between a terrestrial position and the equator measured northward or southward from the equator along a meridian of longitude
A measure of distance north or south of the equator One degree of latitude equals approximately 110 kilometers (69 miles)
(gen) (meas) An angular position north or south of the equator, measured in degrees along a meridian of a point F - latitude S - latitud
Extent from side to side, or distance sidewise from a given point or line; breadth; width
scope for freedom of e
The location north or south in reference to the equator, which is designated at zero degrees Parallel lines that circle the globe both north and south of the equator The poles are at 90 degrees North and South latitude
an imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator
Geographic distance north or south of the equator expressed in degrees and minutes
The location north or south in reference to the equator, which is designated at zero (0) degrees Parallel lines that circle the globe both north and south of the equator The poles are at 90° North and South latitude
Room; space; freedom from confinement or restraint; hence, looseness; laxity; independence
Distance north or south of the equator, measured on a meridian
The angular distance north or south of the equator, measured in degrees, minutes, and seconds
Angular distance, in degrees, minutes, and seconds of a point north or south of the Equator
latus = [Latin] wide Latitude is a coordinate that is used to specify positions on a sphere The latitude of a place is the distance of the place to the equator, measured in degrees along a circle between the two poles Places on the equator have zero latitude, the north pole has latitude +90 degrees (or 90 degrees north), and the south pole has latitude -90 degrees (or 90 degrees south) In the sky, latitude is used in the ecliptical and galactic coordinate systems The corresponding coordinate in the equatorial coordinate system is called declination The second coordinate needed to specify a position on a sphere is the longitude
The distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees
The measurement of distance north or south of the equator
The relative freedom from restrictions
(Parallels of) Angular distance north or south from the equator of a point on the earth's surface The equator is 0° The poles are 90°
freedom from normal restraints in conduct; "the new freedom in movies and novels"; "allowed his children considerable latitude in how they spent their money"
Latitude is freedom to choose the way in which you do something. He would be given every latitude in forming a new government
Extent or breadth of signification, application, etc
Measurement north or south of the equator in degrees, minutes and seconds
An imaginary line (in fact a circle) around the Earth running parallel to the equator
lat
latitude and longitude
Coordinate system by which the position or location of any place on the Earth's surface can be determined and described. Latitude is a measurement of location north or south of the Equator. Lines of latitude are known as parallels, or parallels of latitude. Longitude is a measurement of location east or west of the prime meridian, which passes through Greenwich, Eng. The combination of meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude establishes a grid by which exact positions can be determined: for example, a point described as 40° N, 30° W is located 40° of arc north of the Equator and 30° of arc west of the Greenwich meridian
latitudinally
In a latitudinal manner
latitudinally
With regard to latitude
latitudinal
{a} pertaining to latitude
celestial latitude
The angular distance north, counted positive, or south, counted negative, of the ecliptic along a great circle drawn through the pole of the ecliptic and a celestial body
have latitude
have freedom to act, have leeway
high latitude
area far from the equator
horse latitude
either of two belts or regions near 30 degrees north or 30 degrees south; characterized by calms and light baffling winds
latitudes
plural of latitude
latitudinal
of or relating to latitudes north or south
latitudinal
{s} of or pertaining to latitude
latitudinal
Of or pertaining to latitude; in the direction of latitude
latitudinal
Relating to latitude
latitudinally
in a latitudinal manner (pertaining to the width of a surface); in a manner which corresponds with lines of latitude
low latitude
region close to the equator
lunar latitude
an imaginary line around the moon parallel to its equator
latitude