mole

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} köstebek

Korku dağlar için köstebek yuvaları alır. - Fear takes molehills for mountains.

O bir köstebek kadar kördür. - He is blind as a mole.

toz zerresi
sokur
körsıçan
yersıçanı
ajan
muhbir
ben

Vücudumuzdaki her molekülün benzersiz bir şekli vardır. - Each molecule in our body has a unique shape.

Onun yüzünde bir ben var. - She had a mole on her face.

(Askeri) çoklu kanal harekat hat değerlendiricisi (multichannel operational line evaluator)
ben/köstebek/dalgakıran
yer göçkeni
{i} grammolekül
molekül

Bir su molekülü üç atomdan oluşur: iki hidrojen ve bir oksijen. - A water molecule is composed by three atoms: two hydrogen and one oxygen.

Bir molekül atomlardan yapılmıştır. - A molecule is made up of atoms.

{i} ben [(Anatomi) ]
insan vücudunda leke
{i} mol

Bir su molekülü üç atomdan oluşur: iki hidrojen ve bir oksijen. - A water molecule is composed by three atoms: two hydrogen and one oxygen.

Bir su molekülünün iki hidrojen atomu ve bir oksijen atomu vardır. - A water molecule has two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.

{i} dalgakıran
(Tıp) Et beni, ben, nevus
{i} mendirek
herhangi bir maddenin gramla çarpılan molekül ağır1ığ
{i} (Zooloji) köstebek, körsıçan
{i} k.dili. köstebek, casus
Talpa europaea
leke
(Anatomi) et beni
mole concept
(Kimya) mol kavramı
mole fraction
(Gıda,Kimya) mol kesri
mole fraction
(Gıda) mol oranı
mole cricket
danaburnu
mole plough
drenaj pulluğu
mole plough
mol pulluğu
mole fraction
bir karışımdaki belirli bir eleman için, bu bileşenin molekül sayısı ni’nin karışımdaki bütün bileşenlerin toplam molekül sayısına ( n) bölümü. Molekül fraksiyonu, Xi, kuru hava için Xa; su buharı için, Xw; doymuş su buharı için Xws’dir. Tanımdan, Xa + Xw = 1 yazılabilir. Ayrıca W; molekül fraksiyon oranı, Xw/Xa, ile molekül ağırlıkları oranının çarpımına yani, 18.01528/28.9645 = 0.62198 değerine eşittir
mole plough
mol pullugu, drenaj pullugu
mole bean
(Botanik) hintyağıbitkisi, keneotu
mole bean
keneotu
mole bean
hintyağıbitkisinin tohumu
mole bean
hintyağıbitkisi
mole cricket
kökkurdu
mole cricket
zool. danaburnu, kökkurdu
mole drain
(Tarım,Teknik) mol dren
mole drain
(Tarım,Teknik) köstebek dren
mole drainage
(Tarım) köstebek drenajı
mole drainage
(Tarım) mol drenaj
mole electronics
mol elektroniği
mole eyed
kör
mole eyed
kör gözlü
mole fraction
(Nükleer Bilimler) mol kesri,molekül oranı
mole plant
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sütleğen
mole rat
(isim) kör fare
mole rat
{i} kör fare
develop a mole
benlenmek
pouched mole
keseli köstebek
chicken mole
tavuk köstebek
golden mole
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Altın renkli köstebek
make a mountain out of a mole hill
(Atasözü) çok abartmak; pireyi deve yapmak ; bire bin katmak ; habbeyi kubbe yapmak
lesser mole
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kör fare
naked mole rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tüysüz köstebek faresi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A pigmented spot on the skin, a naevus, slightly raised, and sometimes hairy
An internal spy, a person who involves himself or herself with an organization to determine its secrets from within
Any of several small, burrowing insectivores of the family Talpidae
In the International System of Units, the base unit of amount of substance; the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 0.012 kg of carbon-12. Symbol: mol. The number of atoms is known as Avogadro’s number
A sauce containing chocolate and used in cooking of Mexico and neighboring Central Americamole. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. http: //dictionary.reference.com/browse/mole (accessed: March 30, 2007)
A hemorrhagic mass of tissue in the uterus caused by a dead ovum
A massive structure, usually of stone, used as a pier, breakwater or junction between places separated by watermole. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. http: //dictionary.reference.com/browse/mole (accessed: March 30, 2007)

A structure with a breakwater on one side, and a cargo handling facility on the otherUS FM 55-15 TRANSPORTATION REFERENCE DATA; 9 June 1886.

Bitch, spiteful female.— Australian variant of the word "moll", altered in spelling due to contamination with the above meaning ("spy", "sneaky person"), and due to /mɒl/ and /məʊl/ merging as in the Australian accent. The original spelling ("moll") can also be used in this sense
A haven or harbour, protected with a breakwater
Any of the burrowing rodents also called mole rats
{n} a natural spot, mound, pier, lump, animal
the number equal to the number of carbon atoms in exactly 12 grams of pure '2C: Avogadro's number One mole represents 6022 X 1023 units
small velvety-furred burrowing mammal having small eyes and fossorial forefeet a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin spicy sauce often containing chocolate
A mole of a substance is the molecular weight of the substance in grams ie NaCl has a molecualr weight of 58 443 therefore 1 mole of NaCl is 58 443 grams
In the International System of Units, the base unit of amount of substance; the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 0.012 kilograms of carbon-12. Symbol: mol. The number of atoms is known as Avogadro's number
laid in the sea, often extended either in a right line or an arc of a circle before a port which it serves to defend from the violence of the waves, thus protecting ships in a harbor; also, sometimes, the harbor itself
small velvety-furred burrowing mammal having small eyes and fossorial forefeet
A plow of peculiar construction, for forming underground drains
Term used for a thick sauce or paste The classic mole is made with chiles, unsweetened chocolate, nuts, bananas and chicken stock
a unit of mass equal to the molecular weight of the substance
a spy who works against enemy espionage
To clear of molehills
Mole (mol) is the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 0 012 kilogram of carbon 12 (12C) When the mole is used, the elementary entities must be specified and may be atoms, molecules, ions, electrons, other particles, or specified groups of such particles
A spot, mark, or small permanent protuberance on the human body; esp
a spot which is dark-colored, from which commonly issue one or more hairs
The molecular weight of a chemical compound expressed in grams
– the amount of a material which contains Avogadro's number of molecules and whose mass in grams is numerically equal to the molecular mass of the substance
A spot; a stain; a mark which discolors or disfigures
Amount of substance containing the Avogadro number of particles such as atoms, molecules, ions, electrons etc It is 6 02 X 1023 particles
To form holes in, as a mole; to burrow; to excavate; as, to mole the earth
A mole is a natural dark spot or small dark lump on someone's skin
Gram-molecular weight The sum of the atomic weights of all the atoms of any molecule, in grams
a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin
{i} brown spot on the skin which often raised, birthmark; burrowing rodent (Zoology); double agent; breakwater structure; molecular weight of a substance (Chemistry)
Any insectivore of the family Talpidæ
spicy sauce often containing chocolate
A unit of mass numerically equal to the molecular weight of the substance The gram-mote or gram-molecule is the mass in grams numerically equal to the molecular weight, i e a gram-mole of oxygen is 32 grams
A mass of fleshy or other more or less solid matter generated in the uterus
(Chemistry) The mass of a compound in grams numerically equal to its molecular weight Also, the mass of a compound containing Avogadro's number of molecules ADVANCE \x 540
A collection of 6 023* 1023 number of objects Usually used to mean molecules
The number of grams of a substance that equals its molecular weight in Daltons For example, carbon has a molecular weight of about 12, thus 1 mole of carbon equals approximately 12 grams; water has a molecular weight of about 18, so 1 mole of water equals approximately 18 grams
A human penetration into an intelligence service or other highly sensitive organization Quite often a mole is a defector who agrees to work in place
Quantity of a chemical substance that has a weight in a unit numerically equal to the molecular weight
A massive structure, usually of stone, used as a pier, breakwater or junction between places separated by water
A mound or massive work formed of masonry or large stones, etc
Mass numerically equal to its molecular weight A gram mole is the weight in grams equal to the molecular weight
a mass of pure material whose mass in grams is numerically equal to the material's atomic or molecular weight, and therefore contains Avogadro's number of atoms or molecules
an amount of a substance weighing the number of grams equal to the total atomic weight in one molecule (or atom) Equivalent to gram-atomic, gram-molecular, and gram-formula weights
The molecular weight of a substance, usually expressed in grains
the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
They have minute eyes and ears, soft fur, and very large and strong fore feet
the gram molecular weight of any substance, which always contains 6 023 X 1023 molecules of that substance The number of molecules of a substance in one gram molecular weight of the substance one mole of hydrogen ions, or replace the H+ in the reaction (gram molecular weight/valence)
A mass of a compound defined as Avogadro's Number (6 022 X 1023) of atoms or molecules
A number of instances of something (typically a molecular species) equaling ~6 022 1023 Mole ordinarily means gram-mole; a kilogram-mole is ~6 022 1026
The unit of amount of substance One mole is that amount of substance which contains as many specified elementary particles as there are atoms in 0 012 kg of the Carbon-12 isotope
A sauce containing chocolate and used in cooking of Mexico and neighboring Central America
A mole is a small animal with black fur that lives underground
A mole is a member of a government or other organization who gives secret information to the press or to a rival organization. He had been recruited by the Russians as a mole and trained in Moscow. A small congenital growth on the human skin, usually slightly raised and dark and sometimes hairy, especially a pigmented nevus. A fleshy abnormal mass formed in the uterus by the degeneration or abortive development of an ovum. or mol Standard unit for measuring everyday quantities of such minute entities as atoms or molecules. For any substance, the number of atoms or molecules in a mole is Avogadro's number (6.02 10^23) of particles. Defined exactly, it is the amount of pure substance containing the same number of chemical units that there are in exactly 12 g of carbon-12. For each substance, a mole is its atomic weight, molecular weight, or formula weight in grams. The number of moles of a solute in a litre of solution is its molarity (M); the number of moles of solute in 1,000 g of solvent is its molality (m). The two measures differ slightly and have different uses. See also stoichiometry. Any burrowing, often blind insectivore in the family Talpidae (including 42 species of true moles) or Chrysochloridae (18 species of golden moles). Most species have short legs and tail, a pointed head, velvety grayish fur, no external ears, and a strong odour. They range from 3.5 to 8 in. (9 to 20 cm) long. The forelimbs are rotated outward like oars and have broad or pointed claws on the toes. Moles are active day and night, digging surface tunnels in search of earthworms, grubs, and other invertebrates and excavating deep (10 ft [3 m]), vented burrows (molehills) for occupancy. The star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata) of northeastern North America has 22 pink, tentacle-like touch organs radiating from its muzzle. Pigmented flat or fleshy skin mark, made up mostly of cells that produce melanin, which gives moles their light to dark brown or black colour and, in the dermis, a bluish cast. Thicker moles also contain nerve elements and connective tissue. Moles often begin in childhood, usually as flat spots between the dermis and epidermis. Those that remain there are more likely to become malignant. Most move into the dermis and become slightly raised. In children, moles may undergo changes resembling cancer but are benign. Malignant melanoma can begin in moles but almost never before puberty. During pregnancy, moles may enlarge and new ones may appear. Moles sometimes disappear with age. The term nevus refers to a congenital skin mark, whereas a mole may develop after birth. Epidermal nevi are usually the same colour as the surrounding skin
a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
The quantity of a compound or element that has a weight in grams numerically equal to its molecular weight Also referred to as gram molecule or gram molecular weight
amount of substance that contains as many molecules or formula units as the number of atoms in exactly 12 g of carbon-12
mol
molé
A Mexican sauce that usually contains unsweetened chocolate, among other things
molé
A dish featuring this sauce
mole cricket
Any of various large insects from the family Gryllotalpidae that burrow into moist soil and feed on plant roots
mole crickets
plural form of mole cricket
mole fraction
the ratio of the number of moles of one component of a mixture to the total number of moles
mole rat
Any of several small rodents in taxonomic families Bathyergidae and Spalacidae
mole run
a meandering ridge in a roof membrane not associated with insulation or deck joints
mole-eyed
having the eyes of or like those of a mole
mole-eyed
having imperfect eyesight
mole crab
Any of various small crustaceans of the genus Emerita, having very long eyestalks and hairy antennae and commonly found burrowing in sand on ocean beaches
mole cricket
Any of various burrowing crickets of the family Gryllotalpidae, having short wings and front legs well adapted for digging and feeding mainly on the roots of plants
mole cricket
digs in moist soil and feeds on plant roots
mole rat
furry short-limbed tailless rodent resembling a true mole in habits and appearance; of eastern Europe and Middle East African rodent resembling a mole in habits and appearance
mole rat
{i} bandicoot rat; furry tailless rodent with short limbs that resembles a mole in its appearance and behavior native of eastern Europe and Middle East
mole salamander
brownish-black burrowing salamander of southeastern United States
mole-hill
small mound of earth created by moles
African mole cricket
A mole cricket living in South Africa, scientific name Gryllotalpa africana
African mole crickets
plural form of African mole cricket
golden mole
any of several small, insectivorous burrowing mammals, of the family Chrysochloridae, native to southern Africa
star-nosed mole
a species of mole, Condylura cristata, identified by the appendaged ring around the snout
whack-a-mole
The practice of trying to stop something that persistently occurs in an apparently random manner at the point where the occurrence is noticed, such as terminating spammers’ e-mail accounts or closing pop-up advertisement windows

It’s like whack-a-mole: as soon as you fix one, another appears.

chicken mole
(Gıda) Chicken Mole Poblano is a complex dish to make when it is made in traditional fashion. A number of different chili peppers can be used for the sauce. The mole also includes spices like cumin, ground nuts, Mexican chocolate or unsweetened chocolate. Onions and garlic help to balance the flavors
Adrian Mole
the main character in a series of humorous British books written by Sue Townsend, the first of which was The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 (1982). Each book is in the form of a diary in which Adrian writes about his daily life and thoughts. He describes many of the emotional problems that are typical of people his age
american shrew mole
grayish-black shrew mole of the United States and Canada
asiatic shrew mole
shrew mole of eastern Asia
blind as a mole
blind as a bat, extremely short-sighted
brewer's mole
mole of eastern North America
damaraland mole rat
colonial mole rat of western Africa; similar to naked mole rat
golden mole
mole of southern Africa having iridescent guard hairs mixed with the underfur
hydatid mole
an abnormality during pregnancy; chorionic villi around an aborting embryo degenerate and form clusters of fluid-filled sacs
moles
kin
moles
small skin marks caused by pigment-producing cells in the skin
moles
plural of mole
moles
talpidae
naked mole rat
fetal-looking colonial rodent of east Africa; neither mole nor rat; they feed on tubers and have a social structure similar to that of honeybees and termites
planting a mole
putting a spy where he can gather important information and remain undiscovered
pouched mole
small burrowing Australian marsupial that resembles a mole
shrew mole
Any of several shrewlike moles of the family Talpidae, especially Neurotrichus gibbsii of western North America, Uropsilus soricipes of central Asia, and Urotrichus talpoides of Japan
shrew mole
slender mole having a long snout and tail
starnose mole
amphibious mole of eastern North America having pink fleshy tentacles around the nose
water mole
See under Duck
water mole
The duck mole
water mole
The shrew mole
water mole
See under Shrew
mole