porous

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gözenekli
poroz
mesameli
(İnşaat) boşluklu
(Tıp) poröz
geçirgen
suyu dışarı sızdıran
{s} su vb
(sıfat) gözenekli, delikli, geçirgen (gaz, su vb.)
{s} delikli
porosity gözenekli oluş
{s} geçirgen gaz
(Biyoloji) porlu
(Tıp) 1.Üzerinde küçük delikler gösteren, delikli, gözenekli
içinden hava veya su geçebilen
porously gözenekle
(Tıp) Gözenekli oluşu nedeniyle bir sıvıyı süzebilme veya geçirme niteliğit aşıyan, geçirgen
porous fill
(İnşaat) geçirgen dolgu
porous materials
(Gıda) gözenekli malzemeler
porous media
gözenekli ortam
porous medium
(Fizik) gözenekli ortam
porous concrete
delikli beton
porous concrete
delikli beton, gözenekli beton
porous medium
Gözenekli/geçirgen ortam ya da yapı
porous, perforated
Delikli gözenekli
porous, perforated (anatomy)
gözenekli, delikli (anatomi)
porous aggregate
(İnşaat) gözenekli agrega
porous breakwater
(Askeri) gözenekli dalgakıran
porous concrete
poroz beton
porous formation
gözenekli oluşum
porous formation
poroz formasyon
porous material
(İnşaat) gözenekli malzeme
porous plaster
yakı
porous pot
poroz kap
porous pot
gözenekli kap
porous rock
(Coğrafya) gözenekli kayaç
porous rubber
gözenekli sünger
porous rubber
köpüklü kauçuk
porous screen
(Sinema) perforasyonlu ekran
porous screen
(Sinema) delikli ekran
porous soil
gözenekli toprak
porous solder joint
(Telekom) gözenekli lehim
porous stone
gözenekli taş
porous stone
poroz taş
porous structure
gözenekli yapı
proportion of porous
gözenek miktarı
non-porous
gözeneksiz
porousness
gözeneklilik
capillary porous materials
(Gıda) kılcal gözenekli maddeler
İngilizce - İngilizce
Full of tiny pores that allow fluids or gasses to pass through

Concrete is porous, so water will slowly filter through it.

: full of loopholes
{a} abounding with or like pores
allowing passage in and out; "our unfenced and largely unpoliced border inevitably has been very porous"
Also called pigeon wood, beefwood, and corkwood
Having a granular surface as the result of oxidation, most frequently found with older copper coins
full of pores, able to absorb liquids
A treatise on prostitutes, or prostitution
{s} full of pores, poriferous, having tiny holes
full of loopholes
Licentious painting or literature; especially, the painting anciently employed to decorate the walls of rooms devoted to bacchanalian orgies
containing pores, or holes that permit the movement of fluids or gases An example of a porous material is a sponge Porosity is the extent to which a substance contains pores Swiss cheese has high porosity compared to cheddar
Full of pores; having interstices in the skin or in the substance of the body; having spiracles or passages for fluids; permeable by liquids; as, a porous skin; porous wood
allows water to move through it
A material which allows water to pass through it, (see nonporous)
having many pores
A pig; a porket
A material which allows certain substances to pass through its pores
A young hog; a pig
The coarse-grained brownish yellow wood of a small tree (Pisonia obtusata) of Florida and the West Indies
Lascivious; licentious
any material containing pores Porosity is percent pore space in material
Having a granular surface as the result of oxidation
Something that is porous has many small holes in it, which water and air can pass through. The local limestone is very porous
containing pores which are interconnected
full of pores or vessels or holes
Geologically, this term describes rock that permits movement of fluids through small, often microscopic openings, much as water moving through a sponge Porous rocks may contain gas, oil, or water
Of or pertaining to pornography; lascivious; licentious; as, pornographic writing
able to absorb fluids; "the partly porous walls of our digestive system"; "compacting the soil to make it less porous"
something which allows water to pass through it Compare nonporous
The quality or state of
full of pores or vessels or holes able to absorb fluids; "the partly porous walls of our digestive system"; "compacting the soil to make it less porous"
porous medium
A porous medium or a porous material is a solid (often called frame or matrix) permeated by an interconnected network of pores (voids) filled with a fluid (liquid or gas). Usually both the solid matrix and the pore network (also known as the pore space) are assumed to be continuous, so as to form two interpenetrating continua such as in a sponge. Many natural substances such as rocks, soils, biological tissues (e.g. bones), and man made materials such as cements, foams and ceramics can be considered as porous media. A poroelastic medium is characterised by its porosity, permeability as well as the properties of its constituents (solid matrix and fluid)
porous media
A solid that contains pores; normally, it refers to interconnected pores that can transmit the flow of fluids (The term refers to the reservoir geology when discussing GEOTHERMAL sites)
porous media
Any solid phase possessing pore space (e g , soil, aquifer matrix)
porously
In a porous way; allowing liquid or gas to pass through

The porously dried material was ready.

porousness
The quality of being porous; porosity
porousness
{n} a pory state
non-porous
A material which does not allow water to pass through it, (see porous)
non-porous
does not allow water to move through it
non-porous
A surface that cannot be penetrated by moisture or air Examples include solid vinyl wallcoverings or oil-based paint
porously
Of or pertaining to pornography; lascivious; licentious; as, pornographic writing
porously
A treatise on prostitutes, or prostitution
porously
The quality or state of
porously
Licentious painting or literature; especially, the painting anciently employed to decorate the walls of rooms devoted to bacchanalian orgies
porously
A young hog; a pig
porously
in the manner of having many tiny holes
porously
A pig; a porket
porously
Also called pigeon wood, beefwood, and corkwood
porously
Lascivious; licentious
porously
In a porous manner
porously
The coarse-grained brownish yellow wood of a small tree (Pisonia obtusata) of Florida and the West Indies
porousness
A young hog; a pig
porousness
A pig; a porket
porousness
Licentious painting or literature; especially, the painting anciently employed to decorate the walls of rooms devoted to bacchanalian orgies
porousness
Of or pertaining to pornography; lascivious; licentious; as, pornographic writing
porousness
A treatise on prostitutes, or prostitution
porousness
The quality of being porous
porousness
Also called pigeon wood, beefwood, and corkwood
porousness
{i} porousness, state of having many tiny holes
porousness
The coarse-grained brownish yellow wood of a small tree (Pisonia obtusata) of Florida and the West Indies
porousness
Lascivious; licentious
porousness
The open parts; the interstices of anything
porousness
The quality or state of
porous