perforate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
delmek
{f} delikli yapmak
delikler açmak
(defter/pul/vb.) kolay koparılması için kenarına sırayla delikler açmak
sıralı delik aç
{f} içine işlemek
delikli
{f} içine işlemek, nüfuz etmek
{f} bir dizi delik açmak
delik açmak
delme
delgi
perforated
delikli
perforator
(Tıp) Delici, kraniotomi'de kullanılan fetüs başını delmeğe mahsus sivri uçlu alet, perforatör
perforated
(Gıda) gözenekli
perforated
delikler açılmış
perforated
zımbalı
perforated
oluklu
perforated
sıralı delikler açılmış
perforating
delik açma
perforating
delme
perforating
delici
perforation
delik delme
perforation
bir dizi delikten biri
perforation
delik açma
perforated
perfore
perforated
tırtıllı
perforation
delme
perforation
Perforasyon
perforation
delik
perforator
sıralı delici
perforator
delici

Bir kağıt delicin var mı? - Do you have a perforator?

perforator
delme makinesi
perforator
zımba makinesi
Perforated
perforeli
perforated
sıralı delikli
perforating
(Mühendislik) delikleme
perforator
Kâğıt delgeci
perforated
delinmiş
perforated
(Tıp) Delinmiş, delikli, perforatus
perforated
perfore,v.delikler aç: adj.sıralı delikler açılmış
perforating
(Tıp) Delici, perforans
perforation
delik/delme
perforation
delgileme
perforation
delinme
perforation
(Askeri) DELME: Bir merminin hedefi tamamen delip geçmesi
perforation
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Delikaçma işlemi. 2. Bu şekilde açılmış delik
perforation
zımba çizgisi
perforation
{i} (Tıp) perforasyon
perforation
(Tıp) Bir organın duvarlarının delinmesi, delik
perforation
{i} bir dizi delik açma
perforator
{i} zımba (delici)
perforator
{i} delgeç
perforator
zımba
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make a line of holes in a thin material to allow separation at the line
Perforated
To pierce; to penetrate
to make a hole or holes through
{v} to pierce or run through, to bore
{a} having many small holes
To punch small slots or holes in the paper so that you can tear away specific parts of the sheet
To bore through; to pierce through with a pointed instrument; to make a hole or holes through by boring or piercing; to pierce or penetrate the surface of
to punch a series or row of small holes or slots in a material to facilitate tearing
To perforate something means to make a hole or holes in it. I refused to wear headphones because they can perforate your eardrums. + perforated per·fo·rat·ed Keep good apples in perforated polythene bags. to make a hole or holes in something
{f} puncture, pierce; make holes, punch holes
Pierced with a hole or holes, or with pores; having transparent dots resembling holes
pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance; "The bullet penetrated her chest"
Small holes put in the paper to make one area easy to separate from another
make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; "perforate the sheets of paper"
tiny holes punched into a sheet, often used for tear-off cards
having a hole cut through; "pierced ears"; "a perforated eardrum"; "a punctured balloon"
To make slits in the paper during folding, at the fold, to prevent wrinkles and allow air to escape Books which perfect bind are perforated on the spine fold to aid in binding to top
perforated
Simple past tense and past participle of perforate
perforation
an abnormal opening in an organ, such as a rupture
perforation
that portion of a surface that remains after an open disk is removed from it
perforation
the act of perforating or the state of being perforated
perforation
{n} the act of boring, a place bored
perforator
{n} a surgical instrument for piercing
Perforated
perforate
Perforation
perf
perforated
having a number or series of holes; "a perforated steel plate"; "perforated cancellation"; "perforated stamp"
perforated
Pierced with holes
perforated
Refers to a series of small incisions make in laid-on labels and/or their release liner to facilitate tearing along a pre-determined line, or for fan folding
perforated
Specifically, having a series of holes enabling easy tearing along a straight line
perforated
Most postage stamps are perforated, ie, the sheets they come in have been drilled or punched with series of small lined holes, for ease of separation from each other Paper documents, including papermonies, are sometimes cancelled by perforated words or designs Specimen notes are sometimes perforated with the word SPECIMEN, or its equivalent, in lieu of printing
perforated
{s} punctured, pierced; holed, having holes
perforated
something that is perforated has a hole or holes cut or torn in it (past participle of perforare )
perforated
Leather in which a pattern of small holes is stamped using a die
perforated
having a number or series of holes; "a perforated steel plate"; "perforated cancellation"; "perforated stamp
perforated
Pierced with a hole or holes, or with pores; having transparent dots resembling holes
perforated
having a hole cut through; "pierced ears"; "a perforated eardrum"; "a punctured balloon"
perforated
past of perforate
perforates
third-person singular of perforate
perforating
Taking place on a press or a binder machine, creating a line of small dotted holes for the purpose of tearing-off a part of a printed matter (usually straight lines, vertical or horizontal)
perforating
A series of small holes punched into a sheet so it can be torn off, like a raffle ticket
perforating
present participle of perforate
perforating
Punching small holes or slits in a sheet of paper or cardboard to facilitate tearing along a desired line
perforation
The act of perforating, or of boring or piercing through
perforation
The perforated lines on fanfold paper which allow the pages to be separated easily and the sprocket hole strips to be removed
perforation
An opening on a tooth or other oral structure
perforation
a hole made in something; "a perforation of the eardrum"
perforation
a series of small incisions made in a material to facilitate tearing or folding along a predetermined line
perforation
A series of holes punched between stamps in the sheet to ease separation
perforation
any opening in a solid object
perforation
Small cuts extending through the label and backing material to facilitate their separation
perforation
{i} puncturing, making holes
perforation
The punching out of holes between stamps to make separation easy 1) Comb perforation-three sides of a stamp are perforated at once, with the process repeated in rows 2) Harrow perforation-the entire sheet or unit of stamps is perforated in one operation 3) Line perforation-holes are punched one row at a time Line perforations are distinguished by the uneven crossing of perforation lines and irregular corners Comb and harrow perforations usually show alignment of holes at the corners Some forms of perforation may be difficult to distinguish
perforation
the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation) a line of small holes for tearing at a particular place a hole made in something; "a perforation of the eardrum
perforation
A hole made by boring or piercing; an aperture
perforation
A hole made in the casing, cement and formation through which formation fluids enter the wellbore
perforation
A serious complication of peptic ulcers where the ulcers penetrate through the stomach or duodenum allowing their contents to enter the peritoneal space
perforation
Perforations are small holes that are made in something, especially in paper. Tear off the form along the perforations and send it to Sales
perforation
a series of holes punched through something in order to assist in separating parts
perforation
a series of cuts or holes manufactured on a sheet of paper to weaken it in a certain spot for easy tearing
perforation
a line of small holes for tearing at a particular place
perforation
a piercing or making a hole, as in a viscus
perforation
A method of making holes through the casing opposite the producing formation to allow the oil or gas to flow into the well See the Gun perforation
perforation
a series of small incisions made in a material to facilitate tearing or folding along a pre-determined line
perforation
the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation)
perforation
a hole in the wall of an organ
perforation
A line of cuts or punches which allows paper to be torn off easily - for instance, to remove a reply card
perforation
Holes of precise dimensions/spacing that is pressed into paper for ease of separating
perforation
A series of small slits produced on a folder in the printed sheet, parallel to the fold at the bind edge, which permits the paper to be separated easily at these slits (perforations); also called Commercial Perforation to top
perforator
{i} hole-puncher, piercer, puncturer
perforator
One who, or that which, perforates; esp
perforator
A tool or machine that makes holes, or perforates, materials such as paper and card
perforator
a cephalotome
perforator
A machine that can bore a tunnel underground
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Perforation
(Tıp) Bir organ çeperinde oluşan yırtık,delik.Perforasyon
perforate