plume

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} (kuşa ait) tüy
şeref madalyası
(Çevre) gaz sütunu
tuğ
(Askeri) su çıkış ağzı
tüy (kuşa ait)
kuş tüyü
(Çevre) yayılan kirli su kümesi
tüy sorguç
plumele
bazı fidan tohumlarını havaya saçan tüy gibi kısım
{i} kuştüyü
{i} bulut (tüy şeklinde)
mükâfat
f tüylerle süslemek
kendini beğenmek
iri ve gösterişli tüy
{f} tüylerini düzeltmek (kuş)
tüylerini düzeltmek bö- bürlenmek
ödül
(Çevre) baca dumanı
duman bulutu
nişan
tüylerle süslemek
tüy
plume rise
dumanın yüksekliği
plume rise
dumanın yükselmesi
plume on
gurur duy
plume of
tüy ve
plume dispersal
duman dağılımı
plume dose projection
(Çevre) radyoaktif bulut dozu tahmini
plume exposure pathway
(Çevre) radyoaktif bulut yayılma yolu
plume moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kuş tüyü güve
plume o.s. on
{k} ile övünmek
plume of cloud
tüy şeklinde bulut
plume oneself on
övünmek
plume oneself on
böbürlenmek
plume oneself upon
övünmek
plume oneself upon
böbürlenmek
plumed
kuş tüylü
nom de plume
yazarın takma adı
ostrich plume
devekuşu tüyü
desert plume
çöl tüy
mantle plume
(Jeoloji) Manto yükselmesi

Hot mantle plumes, from the lower mantle, and magma at shallow depths in volcanic regions locally raise the geothermal gradient.

mon de plume
Pzt de tüy
non de plume
Bkz. nom de plume
exhaust plume
(Havacılık) egzoz dağıtıcısı
forced plume
(Askeri) basınçlı jet akımı
nom de plume
takma ad (yazar)
plumed
tüylü
plumed
kuştüyü ile süslenmiş
plumed
plume temizle
plumed
tüylerle süslü
İngilizce - İngilizce
A cluster of feathers worn as an ornament, especially on a helmet
An upward spray of water or mist
To write; to pen

We mention this observation, not with any view of pretending to account for so odd a behaviour, but lest some critic should hereafter plume himself on discovering it.

The rearmost appendage of certain dog breeds that stand erect or curl over their backs (eg Samoyed, Malteagle)
An arc of glowing material erupting from the surface of a star
To form a plume

Smoke plumed from his pipe then slowly settled towards the floor.

An upwelling of molten material from the Earth's mantle
A feather of a bird, especially a large or showy one
To preen and arrange feathers
To congratulate oneself proudly
{v} to adjust fethers, adorn, strip, pride
{n} a fether, down, token of honor, pride
(Çevre) A body of contaminated groundwater flowing from a specific source. The movement of the groundwater is influenced by such factors as local groundwater flow patterns, the character of the aquifer in which the groundwater is contained, and the density of contaminants. A plume may also be a cloud of smoke or vapor. It defines the area where exposure would be dangerous
overcharge: rip off; ask an unreasonable pricepride: be proud of; "He prides himself on making it into law school"
A feather, or group of feathers, worn as an ornament; a waving ornament of hair, or other material resembling feathers
A plume of smoke, dust, fire, or water is a large quantity of it that rises into the air in a column. The rising plume of black smoke could be seen all over Kabul
To pride; to vaunt; to boast; used reflexively; as, he plumes himself on his skill
A visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin
Mass of liquid or gas moving through a different medium Most commonly refers to a mass of contaminants or contaminated ground water migrating through the subsurface geologic environment
a soft, downy feather, or a long, conspicuous, or handsome feather
A defined area of groundwater containing contamination that originates from a particular source such as a waste unit
The elongated pattern of contamination spreading from the source of pollution into the environment
{i} feather, group of feathers; large body of vapor or fluid that expands upwards and/or outward (i.e. a plume of smoke rising from a fire)
a visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin that can be measured according to the Ringelmann scale
{f} decorate with feathers; clean one's feathers, preen (about birds); cover with feathers
To pick and adjust the plumes or feathers of; to dress or prink
(1) A visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin Can be visible or thermal in water as it extends downstream from the pollution source, or visible in air as, for example, a plume of smoke (2) The area of radiation leaking from a damaged reactor 3 Area downwind within which a release could be dangerous for those exposed to leaking fumes
dress or groom with elaborate care; "She likes to dress when going to the opera"
deck with a plume; "a plumed helmet
A token of honor or prowess; that on which one prides himself; a prize or reward
A well-defined, usually mobile, area of contamination found in surface water or groundwater
An area of surface water or ground water that contains chemical constituents in excess of DEP water quality standards, or criteria and which is delineated by DEP, EPA, or the District
a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament form a plume; "The chimneys were pluming the sky"; "The engine was pluming black smoke" deck with a plume; "a plumed helmet
To adorn with feathers or plumes
The cloud of steam or smoke that comes from a chimney stack and blows downwind The contaminated portion of groundwater that moves past a source of pollution [S L Brown]
– A mass of contamination extending outward from the source
To strip of feathers; to pluck; to strip; to pillage; also, to peel
The area occupied by a ground-water contaminant after it has begun to spread, through diffusion or other forces, away from its point of origin
The discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin into the air or the discharge of polluted or heated water into a body of water from its source to the point where the discharge is no longer identifiable since it has mixed with the ambient air or water
Airborne emissions from a specified source and the path through the atmosphere of these emissions
the concentration profile of an airborne or waterborne release of material as it spreads from its source (Center for Disease Control (CDC), Savannah River Site (SRS) dose reconstruction, 1999)
form a plume; "The chimneys were pluming the sky"; "The engine was pluming black smoke"
the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds
An ornamental tuft of feathers
1 A visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin Can be visible or thermal in water, or visible in the air as, for example, a plume of smoke
deck with a plume; "a plumed helmet"
A plume is a large, soft bird's feather. broad straw hats decorated with ostrich plumes. to rise or come out in a cloud
a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament
A visible or measurable discharge or release of a contaminant from a given point of origin
A large and flexible panicle of inflorescence resembling a feather, such as is seen in certain large ornamental grasses
The way polluted air extends downwind from the pollution source (e g , smoke from a smokestack as it drifts downwind in the atmosphere)
In environmental application, the zone of groundwater considered to be contaminated; both areal and vertical delineation of this zone may be made by defining/accepting a specific threshold concentration of the contaminant of interest
A zone of ground water that is contaminated by various chemicals and that often has an elongated shape, much like a smokestack plume
A portion of a water body which is distinguishable from the remainder because it is not completely mixed and its characteristics are measurably different, generally downstream from the junction of another stream of water from a tributary or waste discharge, the area taken up by contaminants in an aquifer
an underground pattern of contaminant concentrations created by the movement of groundwater beneath a contaminant source Contaminants spread mostly laterally in the direction of groundwater movement The spill/source site is the highest concentration, and the concentration decreases away from the source
clean with one's bill; "The birds preened"
The area taken up by contaminant(s) in an aquifer
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament form a plume; "The chimneys were pluming the sky"; "The engine was pluming black smoke"
an upwelling of molten material from the Earths mantle
The specific area that is contamination This area can shift or spread
A feather; esp
an upward spray of water from a whales spout
be proud of; "He prides himself on making it into law school"
plume grass
The still finer Erianthus Ravennae from the Mediterranean region. The name is sometimes extended to the whole genus
plume grass
A kind of grass (Erianthus saccharoides) with the spikelets arranged in great silky plumes, growing in swamps in the Southern United States
plume moth
Any one of numerous small, slender moths, belonging to the family Pterophoridae. Most of them have the wings deeply divided into two or more plumelike lobes. Some species are injurious to the grapevine
plume nutmeg
An aromatic Australian tree (Atherosperma moschata), whose numerous carpels are tipped with long plumose persistent styles
plume grass
a reedlike grass of the genus Erianthus having large plumes
plume oneself on
boast about - brag about - act proudly about -
plume poppy
herb of China and Japan widely cultivated for its plumelike panicles of creamy white flowers
plume thistle
any of numerous biennial to perennial herbs with handsome purple or yellow or occasionally white flower heads
mantle plume
An upwelling of abnormally hot rock within the Earth's mantle
nom de plume
A pen name or pseudonym
noms de plume
plural form of nom de plume
fume plume
A visible cloud that occurs straight from the point of welding or cutting
mantle plume
(Jeoloji) A mantle plume is an upwelling of abnormally hot rock within the Earth's mantle. As the heads of mantle plumes can partly melt when they reach shallow depths, they are often invoked as the cause of volcanic centers known as hotspots and their related flood basalts, though there is some scientific debate about this. They may be far from tectonic plate boundaries
Plumed
emplumed
desert plume
perennial of southwestern United States having leathery blue-green pinnatifid leaves and thick plumelike spikes of yellow flowers; sometimes placed in genus Cleome
nom de plume
pen name, fictitious name used by an author
nom de plume
An author's nom de plume is a name that he or she uses instead of their real name. She writes under the nom de plume of Alison Cooper. = pen name, pseudonym. noms de plume a name used by a writer instead of their real name = pen name
plumed
Plumed means decorated with a plume or plumes. a young man wearing a plumed hat. decorated with feathers
plumed
having or covered with or abounding in plumes; "the plumed serpent"; "white-plumed egrets
plumed
{s} plumose, covered with feathers; resembling a feather; plumy, made of feathers; decorated with feathers
plumed
having an ornamental plume or feathery tuft
plumed
having or covered with or abounding in plumes; "the plumed serpent"; "white-plumed egrets"
plumed
(of a knight's helmet) having a decorative plume
plumed
Having or decorated with a plume or plumes
plumes
The way polluted water extends downstream from the pollution source (analogous to smoke from a smoke-stack as it drifts downwind in the atmosphere)
plumes
Convective elements that carry fluid particles vertically over distances comparable to the depth of the ocean The horizontal scale is about 1 km, and they are driven by intense cooling at the sea surface that reaches ~1000 W m-2 They are ascending and descending currents that can reach speeds in excess of ~10 cm s-1 Plumes penetrate most of the water column and efficiently homogenize its properties, forming deep, cold mixed layers called chimneys The chimneys are maintained close to neutrality, geostrophically adjust, and break up into fragments called cones on a time scale of a few days The cones have a spatial scale of several kilometers See Jones and Marshall (1993)
plumes
plural of plume
plumes
Large, conspicuous, showy, feathers
plumes
Emissions from the power station chimney stacks
scarlet plume
Mexican shrub often cultivated for its scarlet-bracted flowers
plume