pollute

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} kirletmek
kirlet

Kanalizasyon çoğunlukla okyanusu kirletir. - Sewage often pollutes the ocean.

Fabrikalardan gelen gazlar havayı kirletir. - Exhaust from factories pollutes the air.

{f} karalamak
{f} namusunu kirletmek
{f} bozmak
iffetini bozmak pollutionpisletme
(Tıp) Kirletmek, bulaştırmak
murdar hale getirmek
{f} çevreyi kirletmek
murdarlık
telvis etmek
ırzına geçmek
pisletmek
kirli

Bu nehir kirli değildir. - This river is not polluted.

Büyük şehirlerde hava kirlidir. - The air is polluted in the big cities.

pollute the environment
çevreyi kirletmek
polluted
kirletilmiş
polluter
(Çevre) kirleten

Kirletenler başkalarına yükledikleri masrafları ödemeliler. - Polluters should pay the costs that they impose on others.

polluter
(Çevre) kirletici
polluter
(Çevre) çevreyi kirleten
polluting
kirleten
pollution
(Çevre) kirli olma durumu
pollution
kirletilmiş
pollution
pislenme
pollution
(Tıp) polüsyon
pollution
(Denizbilim) pollusyon
polluted
{f} kirlet

Petrol sızıntısı körfezi kirletti. - The oil spill polluted the bay.

Okyanusun büyük alanları kirletildi. - Large areas of the ocean are polluted.

pollution
kirlilik

Denizde yaşayan canlıların çoğu, kirlilikten etkilenir. - Most living creatures in the sea are affected by pollution.

Kirlilik yıldan yıla kötüleşiyor. - From year to year, pollution is worsening.

pollution
kirletme
pollution
kirlenme

Geri dönüşüm kirlenmeyi ve atığı azaltır. - Recycling reduces pollution and waste.

Çevre kirlenmesi anormal hava koşullarına neden oluyor. - Environmental pollution is causing abnormal weather conditions.

plague, pollute, contaminate
Kontamine kirletmiyor veba
polluted
kirli

Bu nehir kirli değildir. - This river is not polluted.

Yaşadığım yerdeki kirliliğin daha az olmasını çok isterdim. - I would very much like the place where I live to be less polluted.

polluters
kirleticiler
pollutes
kirletiyor
polluting
kirletici
to pollute
kirletmenin
polluter
kirleten şey
polluter
kirletici madde
polluting
kirlenmeye yol açan
pollution
pislik
pollution
{i} bozulma
pollution
çevre kirliliği

Ekonomik büyüme çevre kirliliği pahasına sürdürülmemelidir. - Economic growth must not be pursued at the expense of environmental pollution.

Hükümet ve endüstri çevre kirliliğiyle mücadele etmek için işbirliği yapıyor. - The government and industry are cooperating to fight pollution.

pollution
(Hukuk) çevre kirlenmesi
pollution
(Tıp) Gece şehvet rüyaları ile meni (irade dışı) gelmesi, ihtilam, polüsyon (Gece olana Polüsyon Nokturna, gündüz olana da Polüsyon Diurna denir)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Polluted
To make something harmful, especially by the addition of some unwanted product

The factory polluted the river when it cleaned its tanks.

To corrupt or profane
To make something or somewhere less suitable for some activity, especially by the introduction of some unnatural factor

The lights from the stadium polluted the night sky, and we couldn't see the stars.

to contaminate
{v} to defile, taint, corrupt, pervert
To render ceremonially unclean; to disqualify or unfit for sacred use or service, or for social intercourse
make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake
To make foul, impure, or unclean; to defile; to taint; to soil; to desecrate; used of physical or moral defilement
To pollute water, air, or land means to make it dirty and dangerous to live in or to use, especially with poisonous chemicals or sewage. Heavy industry pollutes our rivers with noxious chemicals + polluted pol·lut·ed The police have warned the city's inhabitants not to bathe in the polluted river
make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
{f} contaminate; defile, profane; spoil, ruin
To violate sexually; to debauch; to dishonor
polluter
One who pollutes

Goodbye from the world's biggest polluter. - George W. Bush to world leaders at the G8 Summit,.

polluter
Something which pollutes, such as a factory or a country
polluting
Adapted or tending to pollute; causing defilement or pollution
polluting
Present participle of pollute
pollution
Physical defilement
pollution
Something that pollutes; a pollutant
pollution
The act of polluting or the state of being polluted, especially the contamination of the environment by harmful substances

Nobody visits the river any more because of all the pollution.

self-pollute
To masturbate
to pollute
contaminate
polluter
{n} a defiler, corrupter, perverter
pollution
{n} the act of defiling, defilement, guilt
Polluted
pollute
Pollution
xi
To pollute
coinquinate
polluted
Defiled; made unclean or impure; debauched
polluted
rendered unwholesome by contaminants and pollution; "had to boil the contaminated water"; "polluted lakes and streams"
polluted
{s} contaminated, dirtied, soiled
polluted
dangerously dirty and not suitable for people to use
polluted
Simple past and past participle of pollute
polluter
A polluter is someone or something that pollutes the environment. a person or organization that causes pollution
polluter
{i} one who pollutes, contaminator
polluter
a person or organization that causes pollution of the environment
polluters
plural of polluter
pollutes
third-person singular of pollute
pollution
Residual discharges of emissions to the air or water following application of emission control devices (EPA 1993b) See also environmental release and environmental intervention
pollution
(Legal) The alteration of the physical, thermal, chemical or biological quality of, or the contamination of, any water in the state that renders the water harmful, detrimental, or injurious to humans, animal life, vegetation, or property or to public health, safety, or welfare, or impairs the usefulness or the public enjoyment of the water for any lawful or reasonable purpose
pollution
Pollution is poisonous or dirty substances that are polluting the water, air, or land somewhere. The level of pollution in the river was falling
pollution
Harmful substances deposed in the environment by the discharge of waste, leading to the contamination of soil, water, or the atmosphere
pollution
the state of being polluted
pollution
The emission of semen, or sperm, at other times than in sexual intercourse
pollution
Pollution is the process of polluting water, air, or land, especially with poisonous chemicals. The fine was for the company's pollution of the air near its plants Recycling also helps control environmental pollution by reducing the need for waste dumps
pollution
Harmful substances deposited in the air, water, or on land, leading to a state of dirtiness, impurity, or unhealthiness
pollution
All outputs, irrespective of any recycling or treatment, that are released to the environment and have the potential to be harmful
pollution
undesireable change in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of the air, water, or land that can harmfully affect the health, survival, or activities of human or other living organisms
pollution
The act of polluting, or the state of being polluted (in any sense of the verb); defilement; uncleanness; impurity
pollution
the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors
pollution
the contamination of soil, water, or the atmosphere by the discharge of noxious substances
pollution
Degradation (impairment) of environmental quality by the release of substances that cause a health hazard or contaminate soil, water or air A chemical, biological or physical deviation from the natural condition (or established regulatory parameters) of a resource
pollution
The presence of matter or energy whose nature, location or quantity produces undesired environmental effects
pollution
harmful substances left in the environment, leading to a dirty, impure or unhealthy place
pollution
Any substances in water, soil, or air that degrades the natural quality of the environment, offends the senses of sight, taste, or smell, or causes a health hazard The usefulness of the natural resource is usually impaired by the presence of pollutants and contamination
pollution
An undesirable change in the physical, chemical or biological characteristics of the environment
pollution
Any man made condition which adversely affects the quality of the environment
pollution
Physical, chemical, or biological change in the characteristics of some component of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, or biosphere that adversely influences the health, survival, or activities of humans or other living organisms
pollution
- The release by humans, directly or indirectly, of substances (including gases) or energy into the environment, which results or is likely to result in deleterious effects These may include: causing harm to living resources and life, being hazardous to human health, hindering human activities, or impairing the quality of the environmental resources and reducing amenities
pollution
Any substances in water, soil, or air that degrade the natural quality of the environment, offend the senses of sight, taste, hearing, or smell, and/or cause a health hazard The usefulness of a natural resource is usually impaired by the presence of pollutants and contaminants
pollution
undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated with harmful substances as a consequence of human activities
pollution
Generally, the presence of a substance in the environment that because of its chemical composition or quantity prevents the functioning of natural processes and produces undesirable environmental and health effects Under the Clean Water Act, for example, the term has been defined as the man-made or man-induced alteration of the physical, biological, chemical, and radiological integrity of water and other media
pollution
Generally, the presence of matter or energy whose nature, location, or quantity produces undesired environmental effects Under the Clean Water Act, for example, the term is defined as the man-made or man-induced alteration of the physical, biological, chemical, and radiological integrity of water
pollution
{i} contamination; desecration; dirtying, soiling; spoiling, destruction
pollution
The contamination of the air, the snow or the water by man-made substances such as gases and liquids Much mountain pollution comes in from the air in the form of gases that can cause acid rain or acid snow
pollution
Undesirable change in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of the environment which can harmfully affect the health, survival, or activities of humans or other living organisms
pollution
The changing of a natural environment, either by natural or artificial means, so that the environment becomes harmful or unfit for living things; especially applicable to the contamination of soil, water, or the atmosphere by the discharge of harmful substances
pollution
Alteration of the environment, as through the introduction of hazardous or detrimental substances, heat, or noise whose nature, location, or quantity produces adverse health or environmental effects Under Section 502 of the Clean Water Act, for example, pollution means the man-made or man-induced alteration of the physical, biological, chemical, and radiological integrity of water
pollution
Contaimination by poisonous or harmful substances
pollute