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İngilizce - Türkçe

Plastik kutular daha uzun dayanırlar. - Plastic boxes last longer.

Tom plastikten yapılmış bir ukulele istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want a ukulele made of plastic.

istenilen şekle konulabilme
{s} plastik, biçimlenebilir, esnek
{s} biçim verilebilir
şekil verilebilen
(Tıp) Kimyasal kondansasyon veya polemerizasyon yolu ile meydana gelen cisim, plastik
(Tıp) Şekil alabilir, kalıba dökülebilir
plastic arts plastik sanatlar
(Tıp) a.1. Plastik: Dokuyu tamir eden veya dokuya şekil veren
(isim) plastik
plasticity i
{s} estetik
{s} yoğurulabilir
{s} naylon
{s} sündürülebilir
plastic surgery plastik ameliyat
plastic arts
plastik sanatlar
plastic arts
plastik sanat
plastic container
plastik kap
plastic explosive
plastik patlayıcı
plastic surgeon
plastik cerrah
plastic surgery
estetik ameliyat
plastic surgery
plastik ameliyat
plastic surgery
estetik cerrahlık
plastic basin
plastik lavabo
plastic bronze
plastik bronz
plastic cap
plastik kap
plastic clay
plastik kıl
plastic deformation
plastik deformasyon, plastik bozunum
plastic flow
plastik akış
plastic laminate
plastik laminat
plastic laminate
(Mühendislik) Suni malzemeden lamine edilerek elde edilmiş dekoratif mobilya yüzey kaplama malzemesi
plastic laminates
plastik laminat
plastic limit
plastik limit
plastic material
plastik malzeme
plastic molding
plastik kalıp
plastic optical fibre
Plastik optik fiber
plastic properties
plastik özellikler
plastic surgeons
plastik cerrahlar
plastic surgery of the nerves
sınır plastik cerrahi
plastic tubing
plastik borular
plastic wrap
plastik wrap
plastic bag
(isim)ylon torba, torba
plastic bag

Plastik bir torba mı yoksa kağıt bir torba mı istiyorsunuz? - Would you like a plastic bag or a paper bag?

Tom plastik bir torba ile Mary'yi boğdu. - Tom suffocated Mary with a plastic bag.

plastic bomb
plastik bomba
plastic cups
plastik bardaklar
plastic explosive
(Askeri) PLASTİK İNFİLAK MADDESİ: Normal ısı derecelerinde istenilen biçime sokulabilen infilak maddesi
plastic forks
plastik çatal
plastic hammer
(İnşaat) plastik çekiç
plastic plates
plastik tabaklar
plastic range
(Askeri) ESNEME HADDİ: Bir malzemenin kendi üzerine uygulanan bir kuvvete tabi olduğunda bozulmayacağı, fakat tamamen düzelmeyeceği, böylece kuvvet kaldırıldığında sürekli deformasyon olgusunun mevcut olacağı bir gerilim haddi
plastic spoons
plastik kaşık
plastic spray packaging
(Askeri) PLASTİK SPREY KAPLAMA: Bak. "cocooning"
plastic surgeon
estetik cerrah
plastic surgery
plastik cerrahi
plastic tip hammer
(Otomotiv) plastik kafalı çekiç
plastic toy
plastik oyuncak
plastic zone
(Askeri) PLASTİK BÖLGE: Hiç bir kırığın bulunmadığı fakat toprağın daimi olarak deforme olduğu ve yüksek bir yoğunlukla sıkıştırıldığı bir patlamadan ortaya çıkan krater ile ilişkili kırılma bölgesinin ötesindeki bölge. Ayrıca bakınız: "rupture zone"

Plastik birçok geleneksel malzemenin yerini almaktadır. - Plastics have taken the place of many conventional materials.

Günümüzde birçok ayakkabı plastikten yapılmaktadır. - Many shoes nowadays are made of plastics.

rigid cellular plastic
sert köpük plastik
rigid cellular plastic
(Kimya) sert gözenekli plastik
rigid plastic
sert plastik
rigid plastic foam
katı plastik köpük
rigid plastic foam
sert plastik köpük
acrylic plastic
akrilik plastik
bituminous plastic
bitümlü plastik
fluorocarbon plastic
florokarbon plastik
plastik cerrahi
yarı plastik
glass reinforced plastic
(Mühendislik) cam ile güçlendirilmiş plastik,GRP
Plastiği yumuşatıcı katkı
reinforced plastic
kuvvetlendirilmis plastik
stretchable poly plastic
gerilebilir poli plastik
bower plastic limit
(Tarım) alt plastik limit
cellular plastic
gözenekli plastik
cellular plastic
hücresel plastik
cellular plastic
(Havacılık) hücreli plastik
cellular plastic insert
hücresel plastik bagası
cellulosic plastic
selülozik plastik
epoxy plastic
(Kimya) epoksit plastik
expanded plastic
genleşmiş plastik
expanded plastic
(Gıda,Teknik) köpük plastik
liquid plastic
(Kimya) sıvı plastik
plastic surgery
estetik cerrahi
yumuşak/plastik şekilde
{i} plastik maddeler
(Tıp) Estetik ameliyatları konu alan tıp dalı, estetik cerrahi, plastik cerrahi
(isim) plastik maddeler
polyvinyl chloride plastic
polivinil klorür sakızı
reinforced plastic
(İnşaat) donatılı plastik
reinforced plastic
kuvvetlendirilmiş plastik
zone of plastic flow
zeminin plastik akma bölgesi
zone of plastic flow
zeminin plastik akma zonu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any solid but malleable substance
Inferior or not the real thing; ersatz
Capable of being moulded; malleable, flexible, pliant

the rage betook itself at last to certain missile weapons; which, though from their plastic nature they threatened neither the loss of life or of limb, were, however, sufficiently dreadful to a well-dressed lady.

Fake, snobbish

Frustrated by a globalized music industry force-feeding them plastic pop music, hackers, remixers, and activists began to mobilize.

Producing tissue
A synthetic, thermoplastic, hydrocarbon-based polymer, solid material
Constructed of polymer
Capable of adapting to varying conditions; characterized by environmental adaptability
Creative, formative
A sculptor, moulder
Any similar synthetic material, not necessarily thermoplastic
credit or debit cards used in place of cash to buy goods and services
Of or pertaining to the inelastic, non-brittle, deformation of a material
{a} forming, able to form, creative
adj capable of being molded into any form which is retained
Constructed of plastic
A generic term for any polymer material Derived from the Greek word plasticos, which means to form or to make ductile
If you use plastic or plastic money to pay for something, you pay for it with a credit card instead of using cash. Using plastic to pay for an order is simplicity itself
Plastic is a material which is produced from oil by a chemical process and which is used to make many objects. It is light in weight and does not break easily. a wooden crate, sheltered from wetness by sheets of plastic A lot of the plastics that carmakers are using cannot be recycled. a black plastic bag
Pertaining or appropriate to, or characteristic of, molding or modeling; produced by, or appearing as if produced by, molding or modeling; said of sculpture and the kindred arts, in distinction from painting and the graphic arts
High polymeric substances, including both natural & synthetic materials
generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e
Literally, a material that can flow Used to describe polymers that can be shaped, molded, or milled
generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e g coatings and adhesives
from the Greek 'to mould': sculpture or other work formed in soft material such as clay by modelling or additive methods Such work should clearly differentiate from glyptic or carved processes
includes, but is not limited to; plastic bags, styrofoam cups and lids, six pack holders, stirrers, straws, milk jugs, egg cartons, synthetic nets, ropes, lines and bio or photo-degradable plastics
High polymeric substances, including both natural and synthetic products, but excluding the rubbers, that are capable in their manufacture of flowing under heat and pressure
(n ) common name for the material of which artificial holds are made
A material that contains one or more organic polymers of large molecular weight, is solid in its finished state, and, at some state in its manufacture or processing into finished articles, can be shaped by flow
capable of being influenced or formed; "the plastic minds of children"; "a pliant nature"
used of the imagination; "material transformed by the plastic power of the imagination"--Coleridge
A material that contains as an essential ingredient one or more organic polymeric substances of large molecular weight, is solid in its finished state, can be shaped by flow
coatings and adhesives used of the imagination; "material
capable of being molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or other soft material); "plastic substances such as wax or clay"
High polymer substance, including both natural and synthetic products, yet excluding rubber that is capable of density flowing under heat and pressure
-Describes soil materials which are in a condition that allows them to undergo permanent deformation when force is applied without appreciable volume change or elastic rebound or without rupture
A combining form signifying developing, forming, growing; as, heteroplastic, monoplastic, polyplastic
A material that contains as an essential ingredient one or more organic polymeric substances of large molecular weights, is solid in its finished state, and, at some stage in its manufacture or processing into finished articles, can be shaped by flow
Capable of adapting to varying conditions: ecologically plastic animals,see Charles Darwin: Origin of Species
a solid material in the primary ingredient of which is an organic polymer of high molecular wight
High polymeric substances, including both natural and synthetic products, but excluding the rubbers that are capable of flowing under heat and pressure
A generic term for a range of high-molecular-weight polymers that can be used to produce a variety of items
{i} group of polymer substances, material derived from petroleum that is easily shaped and molded when heated; (Slang) credit cards
n common name for the material of which artificial holds are made
Something that is plastic is soft and can easily be made into different shapes. The mud is smooth, gray, soft, and plastic as butter. + plasticity plas·tic·ity the plasticity of the flesh
An adjective meaning pliable and capable of being shaped by pressure Often incorrectly used as a generic work for the plastics industry and its products
Capable of being molded, formed, or modeled, as clay or plaster; used also figuratively; as, the plastic mind of a child
disapproval If you describe something as plastic, you mean that you think it looks or tastes unnatural or not real. plastic airline food
High polymeric substances, including both natural and synthetic products (but excluding rubbers) that are capable of flowing under heat and pressure at one time or another
a material containing a high polymer as an essential ingredient and which at some stage in its processing into a finished product can be shaped by flow
Any similar synthetic material
Having the power to give form or fashion to a mass of matter; as, the plastic hand of the Creator
(1) One of many high-polymeric substances, including both natural and synthetic products, but excluding the rubbers At some stage in its manufacture, every plastic is capable of flowing, under heat and pressure if necessary, into the desired final shape (2) Made of plastic; capable of flow under pressure or tensile stress (Plastics Engineering Handbook of the Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc , edited by Michael L Berins, 1991)
{s} flexible, pliant; made of plastic
A stiff but usually slightly flexible synthetic material, generally consisting of a hydrocarbon-based polymer
transformed by the plastic power of the imagination"--Coleridge capable of being influenced or formed; "the plastic minds of children"; "a pliant nature
Highly polymeric materials that deform under stress and temperature See Thermoset and Thermoplastic
Material, usually polymers developed from the by-products of oil refining and coal distillation, which, though stable in normal use, changes its shape when pressure or heat (or both) is applied If the materials soften again when reheated, they are said to be thermoplastic If, after fashioning, they resist further applications of heat, they are said to be thermoset
A high polymer material, often synthetic, that during manufacturing or processing can be extruded, molded, cast, drawn, or laminated into objects of all sizes and shapes by application of heat or pressure, by chemical condensation, or by casting during polymerization of monomers, which can retain its new shape under conditions of use
Plastic Paddy
A pejorative, used to describe someone who knows little of actual Irish culture, but aggressively asserts their 'Irish' identity. Occasionally used to describe foreign nationals who harbour a nostalgic claim of 'Irishness' due to some distant relationship in their ancestral tree. Often used in the same sense as poseur and wannabe
plastic art
A visual art such as painting and sculpture, in contrast to music which is auditory
plastic arts
plural form of plastic art
plastic beauty
A person with such beauty
plastic beauty
Beauty achieved by a cosmetic surgery
plastic cheese
Any soft cheese that can be moulded
plastic cheese
Any processed cheese of an inferior quality, often sliced and wrapped in plastic film
plastic deformation
A permanent change in the shape or size of an object without breaking it or putting it under excessive stress
plastic explosive
Any of a number of explosive materials formulated to be soft and hand malleable
plastic explosives
plural form of plastic explosive
plastic flow
any deformation caused by a sustained force
plastic flow
any fluid flow in which movement is proportional to the applied force (above the yield value)
plastic money
Credit cards and debit cards as an alternative to cash
plastic plod
Police community support officers, PCSOs
plastic plod
a Police community support officer, a PCSO
plastic plods
plural form of plastic plod
plastic surgeon
A surgeon who performs plastic surgery
plastic surgeries
plural form of plastic surgery
plastic surgery
Cosmetic surgery for appearance
plastic surgery
Surgery, especially involving the transfer of tissue, to repair body parts
plastic art
the arts of shaping or modeling; carving and sculpture
plastic arts
artistic division that uses substances that can be molded and shaped
plastic bag
storage sack made out of plastic
plastic bag
a bag made of thin plastic material
plastic bomb
a bomb made of plastic explosive
plastic bullet
A plastic bullet is a large bullet made of plastic, which is intended to make people stop rioting, rather than to kill people. a large bullet made of hard plastic that is intended to injure but not kill
plastic cups
disposable cups made out of plastic
plastic explosive
{i} type of very destructive explosive having the texture of putty
plastic explosive
an explosive material that is easily molded around the object it is intended to destroy
plastic explosive
Plastic explosive is a substance which explodes and which is used in making small bombs. A versatile explosive substance in the form of a moldable doughlike solid, used in bombs detonated by fuse or electrical impulse. Also called plastique. an explosive substance that can be shaped using your hands, or a small bomb made from this
plastic food wrap
thin plastic that clings to smooth surfaces and to itself (used for wrapping food and sealing containers)
plastic glue
white glue
plastic laminate
a laminate made by bonding plastic laters
plastic materials
synthetic compounds made from various raw materials (coal, limestone, etc.)
plastic surgeon
A plastic surgeon is a doctor who performs operations to repair or replace skin which has been damaged, or to improve people's appearance
plastic surgeon
doctor who specializes in cosmetic surgery, surgeon who specializes in repairing deformed or destroyed parts of the body or refining bodily features
plastic surgery
Plastic surgery is the practice of performing operations to repair or replace skin which has been damaged, or to improve people's appearance. She even had plastic surgery to change the shape of her nose. Surgery to remodel, repair, or restore body parts, especially by the transfer of tissue.plastic surgeon n. the medical practice of changing the appearance of people's faces or bodies, either to improve their appearance or to repair injuries 'surgeon. Surgery to correct disfigurement, restore function, or improve appearance. It may involve reshaping or moving tissues to fill a depression, cover a wound, or improve appearance. Cosmetic surgery solely to improve appearance is not the main focus of plastic surgery. It is utilized after disfigurement by burns or tumour removal or for reconstructive work, and it may involve hiding incisions in skin folds or using buried sutures to hold wounds closed. Reconstructive plastic surgery corrects severe functional impairments, fixes physical abnormalities, and compensates for tissue lost to trauma or surgery. Microsurgery and computerized diagnostic imaging techniques have revolutionized the field
plastic surgery
The repair, restoration, or improvement of lost, injured, defective, or misshapen body parts
plastic surgery
surgery concerned with therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue
plastic surgery
- Surgical treatment for restoration of form and function of the skin and its underlying musculoskeletal system
plastic surgery
surgery dealing with the repair of deformed or destroyed parts of the body or the refinement of existing body features (i.e. face-lift, liposuction)
plastic surgery
the surgical specialty or procedure concerned with the restoration, construction, reconstruction, or improvement in the shape and appearance of body structures that are missing, defective, damaged, or misshapen top
plastic surgery
surgery to restore function or improve appearance (functional & cosmetic)
plastic wrap
wrapping consisting of a very thin transparent sheet of plastic
plastic wrap
Plastic wrap is a thin, clear, stretchy plastic which you use to cover food to keep it fresh. = Saran wrap. thin transparent plastic used to cover food to keep it fresh British Equivalent: clingfilm
fibre-reinforced plastic
A composite material of fiberglass (or other fibre) in a polymer matrix
The process of making something more plastic
sticky-backed plastic
large sheet of thin, soft, coloured plastic that is sticky on one side

For today's make, you'll need a good sheet of blue sticky-back plastic, a pen and a washing-up bottle.

abs plastic
any of a class of plastics based on acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymers
amino plastic
a plastic (synthetic resin) made from amino compounds; used as an adhesive and as a coating for paper and textiles
fluorocarbon plastic
a plastic made with fluorocarbon
phenolic plastic
a plastic consisting of phenolic resins
in a flexible manner, pliantly, in a manner that can be bent or molded
In a plastic manner
in a plastic manner; "he used the clay plastically
A chemical agent added to plastics to make them softer and more pliable
a substance added to plastics or other materials to make them more pliable
An additive which makes the plastics material pliable, softer and easier to mould into shape
A chemical added to plastics the make them softer and more flexible
A chemical agent added to plastics to make them softer and more flexible
A compounding ingredient which can change the physical and chemical properties and processibility of a polymeric compound
Agent mixed into coating colour to give a more flexible coating
An agent added to the resin to aid in flexibility
An unsafe softening agent added in the manufacturing of plastics, adhesives, or paper to make them soft and flexible
Any of various substances added to a material (such as plastic or concrete) in order to make it more pliable
Petroleum derivative or ester-type material added to a mix, which increases the processibility, gives control over the hardness and plasticity, and strongly influences the low-temperature characteristics
Chemical agent added to plastics to make them softer and more flexible
Organic chemical additives used to alter the melting temperature of polymers (plastics)
A material, usually organic, capable of imparting plastic properties to non-plastics or improving the plasticity or ceramic mixture
A softening material added to lacquers or other compounds to impart elongation, elasticity and flexibility
A chemical agent added in compounding plastics to make them softer and more flexible
A substance added to paint when spraying or coating plastics This enables the paint to become more flexible and move with the plastic This additive stops the paint from drying rigid and avoids cracking
the chemical agent that enables softness, or initial consistency to polymer clay
A material of lower molecular weight added to a polymer to separate the molecular chains This results in a depression of the glass transition temperature, reduced stiffness and brittleness, and improved processability (Note, many polymeric materials do not need a plasticizer )
a low molecular weight polymer additive that enhances flexibility and workability and reduces stiffness and brittleness
A chemical added to plastics to make them softer and more flexible
Material added to a polymer to improve its processability and/or flexibility These are low molecular weight substances which, when mixed with a polymer, lower its glass transition temperature, Tg
A chemical added to plastic to make them softer and more pliable
Liquid components of plastisol inks that allow for proper dispersion of solid resins Plasticizers allow flow and viscosity properties to be established in plastisol inks
A chemical added to plastics to increase their pliability The most notable plasticized photo storage material is flexible PVC, which has been shown to exude its plasticizer onto the surface of enclosed images ISO storage standards recommend against the use of PVC in photograph storage enclosures
{i} substance added to plastics or other materials to give it pliability and reduce fragileness (also plasticiser)
plural of plastic
Polymers that can be molded or shaped, usually by heat and pressure. Most are lightweight, transparent, tough organic compounds that do not conduct electricity well. They fall into two classes: Thermoplastics (e.g., polyethylene, polystyrene) can be melted and formed again and again; thermosetting plastics, or thermosets (e.g., polyurethane, epoxy), once formed, are destroyed rather than melted by heating. Few plastics contain only the polymer resin; many also contain plasticizers (to change the melting point and make them softer), colorants, reinforcements, and fillers (to improve mechanical properties such as stiffness), and stabilizers and antioxidants (to protect against aging, light, or biological agents). Traditional plastics are not biodegradable (see biodegradability); recycling of plastics, especially thermoplastics, has become an important industry, and the development of low-cost biodegradable plastics and plastic substitutes is a significant pursuit of industrial research. Major commercial uses of plastics include cars, buildings, packaging, textiles, paints, adhesives, pipes, electrical and electronic components, prostheses, toys, brushes, and furniture. Common plastics include polyethylene terephthalate, or PET (beverage bottles), PVC (pipes and hoses), foamed polystyrene, or Styrofoam (insulated food containers), and Lucite (shatterproof windows). See also Leo Baekeland