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İngilizce - Türkçe
hafifçe dalgalanmak
{i} daire şeklinde yayılan dalga
hafif dalgalanma
hafifçe dalgalandırmak
{i} dalga dalga yayılma
(Denizbilim) kırışık
küçük dalga
a ripple of conversation dalga gibi yükselip alçalan konuşma sesi
{f} dalgalanmak
ufacık dalga
{f} dalgalandırmak
{f} çağlayarak akmak
su yüzünün dalgalanması
(Nükleer Bilimler) dalgalılık
hafif dalg
{i} dalgalanma
{f} kırışmak
{i} keten tarağı
dalgacıklar gibi ses çıkarmak
{i} şırıltı
{i} çağlama
{i} su sesi
{i} hafifçe dalgalanma
{i} keten ayıklama aleti
ripple mark kaya veya kum üzerinde su veya rüzgâ
ripple through counter
eşzamansız sayaç
ripple voltage
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) kırışıklık gerilimi
ripple sort
dalgacık sıralama
ripple cloth
havli yün kumaş
ripple effect
dalgalanma etkisi
ripple filter
kırışıklık süzgeci
ripple frequency
kırışıklık frekansı
ripple mark
ripple-mark, kum dalgacigi
ripple out
minik dalgalar ve kumda bıraktığı izler
ripple current
titrek elektrik akımı
ripple effect
(Tiyatro) dalgalama
ripple factor
(Nükleer Bilimler) dalgalılık katsayısı
ripple finish
dalgalı boya
ripple finish
dalga dalga boya
ripple mark
(Çevre) dalgacık izi
ripple mark
(Jeoloji) kum dalgacığı
ripple mark
(Jeoloji) rippel mark
ripple mark
ripıl izi
ripple mark
dalga izi
ripple mark
ripıl mark
ripple through counter
eszamansiz sayac
ripple voltage
kipirti gerilimi
inişli çıkışlı
eğri büğrü
(Coğrafya) dalgacık
a ripple of conversation
dalga gibi yükselip alçalan konuşma sesi
percent ripple
kipirti orani
sand ripple
(Askeri) kum dalgacığı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A sound similar to that of undulating water
A style of ice cream in which flavors have been coarsely blended together
To propagate like a moving wave

These problems were complicated by a foreign exchange crunch which rippled through the economy in 1961-1962, .

A small oscillation of an otherwise steady signal
A moving disturbance or undulation in the surface of a liquid
To move like the undulating surface of a body of water; to undulate
{v} to run gently over, fret, rub off, clean
flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise; "babbling brooks"
An implement, with teeth like those of a comb, for removing the seeds and seed vessels from flax, broom corn, etc
{s} with a second mixed flavor or marbled (of food such as ice-cream)
To fret or dimple, as the surface of running water; to cover with small waves or undulations; as, the breeze rippled the lake
A wavelike motion beginning in one part of the body and ending at another
Hence, to scratch or tear
The periodic ac component at the power source output harmonically related to source or switching frequencies Unless specified otherwise, it is expressed in peak-to-peak units over a specified band width
A distinctive swirl patterned hard rubber pen produced by Waterman - colors were blue/green, olive, red & rose
A fluctuation in the intensity of a steady current
a small wave on the surface of a liquid (electronics) an oscillation of small amplitude imposed on top of a steady value stir up (water) so as to form ripples flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise; "babbling brooks
{i} small wave, small undulation; small wave-like formation; rough finished surface; ice cream that has wavy lines of colored flavored syrup; tool in the shape of a comb used for removing seeds from a plant
The AC component of the output of a DC signal The term typically refers to the residual line-frequency-related AC part in the output of a DC power supply that arises as a result of incomplete or inadequate filtering The amount of filtering depends on the ripple frequency and the load resistance As load resistance decreases, more filtering is required
(electronics) an oscillation of small amplitude imposed on top of a steady value
an undesired AC component to a power supply's output
If something such as a feeling ripples over someone's body, it moves across it or through it. A chill shiver rippled over his skin
The fretting or dimpling of the surface, as of running water; little curling waves
R (dB) The difference between the minimum peak attenuation and maximum peak attenuation within a passband
To make a sound as of water running gently over a rough bottom, or the breaking of ripples on the shore
by means of a ripple
A sound similar to that or undulating water
One of a series of small rings or waves on the surface of a flint which are when a flint is struck during flint working
To remove the seeds from the stalks of flax, etc
To become fretted or dimpled on the surface, as water when agitated or running over a rough bottom; to be covered with small waves or undulations, as a field of grain
(1) The light fretting or ruffling on the surface of the water caused by a breeze (2) The smallest class of WAVES and one in which the force of restoration is, to a significant degree, both surface tension and gravity
n A shallow stretch of rough water in a stream (2) A small wave
a small wave on the surface of water or other liquids for which the driving force is not gravity, but surface tension
(Ap) Ripple is defined as the difference in attenuation between the highest peak and the lowest valley within the passband It is measured in dB This can be a confusing specification and it should be used with caution See the comments in the section on Common Specification Problems
The ratio in percent between the residual AC voltage (ripple, peak to peak) on the DC voltage supply and the DC supply itself, that the sensor will operate on
The ruffling of the surface of water, a small wave controlled to a significant degree by both surface tension and gravity
Ripples are little waves on the surface of water caused by the wind or by something moving in or on the water
stir up (water) so as to form ripples
A series of small humps, taken at low speed
the residual AC component in the DC current output from a rectifier, expressed as a percentage of the steady component of the current
Generally referring to the wavelike variations in the amplitude response of a filter Chebyshev and elliptic function filters ideally have equi-ripple characteristics, which means that the difference in peaks and valleys of the amplitude response in the passband are always the same Butterworth, Gaussian, and Bessel functions have no ripple Ripple is usually measured in dB S
When the surface of an area of water ripples or when something ripples it, a number of little waves appear on it. You throw a pebble in a pool and it ripples I could see the dawn breeze rippling the shining water
If an event causes ripples, its effects gradually spread, causing several other events to happen one after the other. The ripples of Europe's currency crisis continue to be felt in most of the member states
a small wave on the surface of a liquid
A little wave or undulation; a sound such as is made by little waves; as, a ripple of laughter
{f} form small waves; cause to form into small waves; make a soft lapping noise; remove seeds from a plant using a tool in the shape of a comb
Comb for cleaning flax, broom corn, etc
ripple effect
the effect of one event setting off other events in an unexpected way, or unexpected areas

Defaults in America's mortgage lending businesses are causing a ripple effect through the major banks in other continents.

ripple voltage
a small, regular variation in a direct current voltage that remains after rectification and filtering of an alternating current voltage
ripple effect
If an event or action has a ripple effect, it causes several other events to happen one after the other. Delayed flights have a ripple effect. Just one late flight could be carrying passengers for a dozen connecting services. = knock-on effect. A gradually spreading effect or influence: "Those deviations tend to have a ripple effect throughout the economy as a whole" (Tom Clancy)
ripple mark
One of a series of small marine, lake, or riverine features, consisting of repeating wavelike forms with symmetric slopes, sharp peaks, and rounded troughs. Ripple marks are formed in sandy bottoms by oscillation waves, in which only the wave form advances rapidly, the actual water-particle motion consisting of almost closed vertical orbits. The presence of the bottom restricts the lowermost orbits into nearly flat ellipses, and the bottom water moves back and forth rhythmically. If the maximum horizontal velocity of this motion is capable of moving the grains composing the bed, ripple marks develop. See also wave
ripple mark
one of a series of small ridges produced in sand by water currents or by wind
ripple of applause
roar of applause, loud clapping and cheering
raspberry ripple
A variety of vanilla ice cream containing streaks of raspberry-flavoured syrup

I shall have tons of cream in silver buckets and raspberry ripples.

raspberry ripple
A nipple

Now they're what I call raspberry ripples!' For indeed, Gertrude did rather resemble a dead heat in a zeppelin race.

a ripple
boat-rocking ripple
small waves which move a boat back and forth
shaken into waves or undulations as by wind; "the rippled surface of the pond"; "with ruffled flags flying"
having wrinkles or waves
past of ripple
shaken into waves or undulations as by wind; "the rippled surface of the pond"; "with ruffled flags flying
third-person singular of ripple
{i} consequences, series of repercussions
plural of ripple
a small wave on the surface of a liquid
present participle of ripple
Having ripples
Having ripples; as, ripply water; hence, resembling the sound of rippling water; as, ripply laughter; a ripply cove
{s} characterized by small waves or undulations; having the sound of rippling water