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(Botanik, Bitkibilim) safflower

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius ) is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual, usually with many long sharp spines on the leaves.

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Определение aspir в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

aspirant
striving for recognition
aspirant
seeking advancement
aspirate
To produce an audible puff of breath. especially following a consonant

There is no doubt that the uncertainty about the letter H, which much defaces English in some classes of the community, is due entirely to Norman influence, for Frenchmen could not aspirate. Three words—hour, honor, heir, with compounds of them such as hourly, honourable, heirship, and the like, are quite enough to puzzle people who find H sometimes sounded, sometimes not.

aspirate
To inhale so as to draw something other than air into one's lungs
aspirate
aspirated
aspirate
To remove a liquid or gas by means of suction

Scrape cells using a cell scraper and aspirate the resulting slurry into a 2.0-mL Eppendorf tube.

aspirated
Simple past tense and past participle of aspirate
aspirated
Pronounced with an audible breath
aspiration
The action of aspirating
aspiration
The act of aspiring or ardently desiring; an ardent wish or desire, chiefly after what is elevated or spiritual
aspiration
A burst of air that follows the release of some consonants
aspirant
one who seeks earnestly, as for advancement, honors, place
aspiration
an earnest wish for that which is above one's present reach
aspire
to have an earnest desire, wish, or longing, as for something high and good, not yet attained
aspirate
{n} a letter or mark of an emission of breath in pronunciation
aspirate
{v} to pronounce with a full emission of breath
aspirated
{a} pronounced very full or strong
aspiration
{n} an ardent wish, a full pronunciation
aspire
{v} to desire eagerly, pant after, aim at what is lofty or difficult
Aspiration
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Aspiration
aspirement
Aspiring
aspirant
aspirant
desiring or striving for recognition or advancement
aspirant
seeking advancement or recognition
aspirant
desiring or striving for recognition or advancement seeking advancement or recognition
aspirant
an ambitious and aspiring young person; "a lofty aspirant"; "two executive hopefuls joined the firm"; "the audience was full of Madonna wannabes" desiring or striving for recognition or advancement seeking advancement or recognition
aspirant
Aspirant means the same as aspiring. aspirant politicians. = would-be. someone who hopes to get a position of importance or honour
aspirant
someone who aspires to high office etc
aspirant
an ambitious and aspiring young person; "a lofty aspirant"; "two executive hopefuls joined the firm"; "the audience was full of Madonna wannabes"
aspirant
{i} one who aspires, ambitious person, seeker, candidate, competitor
aspirant
One who aspires; one who eagerly seeks some high position or object of attainment
aspirant
Someone who is an aspirant to political power or to an important job has a strong desire to achieve it. the young aspirant to power
aspirants
plural of aspirant
aspirate
{f} pronounce with aspiration (Phonetics); pronounce the "h" sound by breathing out (Phonetics); remove air or fluid from a body cavity (Medicine); remove by suction
aspirate
To pronounce with a breathing, an aspirate, or an h sound; as, we aspirate the words horse and house; to aspirate a vowel or a liquid consonant
aspirate
To remove gas by means of suction
aspirate
Remove substances
aspirate
{s} (of speech sound) pronounced with aspiration, pronounced with the "h" sound by breathing out
aspirate
A sound consisting of, or characterized by, a breath like the sound of h; the breathing h or a character representing such a sound; an aspirated sound
aspirate
pronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds
aspirate
To follow a consonant with an audible puff of breath
aspirate
To inhale; to draw into ones lungs
aspirate
Process of withdrawing fluids and gases from the abdominal cavity
aspirate
Pronounced with the h sound or with audible breath
aspirate
An elementary sound produced by the breath alone; a surd, or nonvocal consonant; as, f, th in thin, etc
aspirate
suck in air
aspirate
remove as if by suction; "draw in air"
aspirate
to make the sound of an 'H' when speaking, or to blow out air when pronouncing some consonants. the sound of the letter 'H', or the letter itself
aspirate
Refers to accidentally inhaling a substance other than air, such as sucking food, mucous or blood into the airway
aspirate
The puff of air accompanying the release of a plosive consonant
aspirate
A mark of aspiration (&asper;) used in Greek; the asper, or rough breathing
aspirate
Breathy The sound of unvocalized breath passing over the vocal folds
aspirate
a consonant pronounced with aspiration
aspirate
To remove material from a body cavity by suction through a needle Also refers to material that is removed this way
aspirate
a consonant pronounced with aspiration suck in air pronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds remove as if by suction; "draw in air
aspirate
A sound produced by such a puff of air
aspirate
To suck or draw into the respiratory tract
aspirate
To suck something into the airways or lungs Also used in medicine to mean removed by suction
aspirate
{i} speech sound or pronunciation of the letter "h" at the beginning of a word (Phonetics)
aspirated
{s} pronounced with aspiration, pronounced with the "h" sound by breathing out (of speech sound)
aspirated
To drain air through by suction This usually refers to the radiation shields used with air temperature sensors Naturally aspirated shields rely on ambient wind to keep air moving past the sensor Mechanically aspirated shields draw air past the sensor using fans
aspirated
Pronounced with the h sound or with audible breath
aspirated
The manner of articulation of a consonant whereby an audible rush of air accompanies the production of the consonant
aspirated
softened
aspirated
To remove by suction
aspirated
past of aspirate
aspiration
A strong desire to achieve something the patient/client holds as high or great
aspiration
a will to succeed
aspiration
The removal of fluid or tissue from a specific area of the body
aspiration
Using a needle to remove fluid or cells from an area of the body
aspiration
A hope or ambition
aspiration
Particles of food or liquid that enter the airway
aspiration
The act of aspirating; the pronunciation of a letter with a full or strong emission of breath; an aspirated sound
aspiration
a cherished desire; "his ambition is to own his own business"
aspiration
Movement produced in a fluid by suction
aspiration
the process of removing materials through suction
aspiration
When a liquid or solid from the mouth or throat is sucked into the lungs; in some cases, this may be fatal (when stomach acids or solvents are aspirated)
aspiration
The process of removing fluid from a specific area often used for diagnostic purposes
aspiration
To draw out by suction In fine needle aspiration, a thin needle is used to draw up (aspirate) tissue samples for microscopic examination top
aspiration
The act of breathing; a breath; an inspiration
aspiration
The withdrawal of fluid from a body cavity by means of a suction or siphonage apparatus, such as a syringe
aspiration
When fluid or food enters the lungs through the wind pipe Can cause a lung infection or pneumonia
aspiration
Butt sweat
aspiration
using a partial vacuum to draw up gas
aspiration
Someone's aspirations are their desire to achieve things. the needs and aspirations of our pupils the republic's aspiration to statehood
aspiration
146 : audible breath that accompanies or comprises a speech sound
aspiration
The act of aspiring of a ardently desiring; strong wish; high desire
aspiration
{i} longing, strong desires to achieve and complete something, ambition, goal, dream; (Medicine) act of inhaling, breathing in; drawing in of air or other gases; removal of fluid or other material from the body by suction (Medicine)
aspiration
The withdrawal of fluid from a body cavity by means of a suction or siphonage apparatus, such as a syringe
aspiration
The process of removing fluid or tissue, or both, from a specific area
aspiration
n A strong desire to achieve something high or great; an object of such desire
aspiration
a will to succeed a manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath
aspiration
From the Latin "ad"to and "spirare"to breathe, to breath towards Aspiration must precede inspiration, a burning desire and a fiery determination
aspiration
(as-per-AY-shun): Removal of fluid from a lump, often a cyst, with a needle and a syringe
aspiration
Removing marrow from the cavities of the bone by suction
aspiration
1) Withdrawing material from the body by suctioning 2) Breathing a foreign material such as formula, meconium, or stomach contents into the lungs; this may lead to aspiration pneumonia
aspiration
Removal, by suction, of a gas, fluid, or tissue from a body cavity or organ from unusual accumulations, or from a container
aspiration
When fluid or food enters the lungs through the wind pipe Can cause a lung infection or pneumonia [Click Here to Return to List]
aspiration
The sound made by turbulent airflow preceding or following vocal fold vibration, as in [ha] or [ah]
aspiration
a manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath
aspiration
the act of inhaling; the drawing in of air (or other gases) as in breathing
aspiration
The result of mixing air with discharging water for the purpose of enhancing the hydro-massage effect of the whirlpool
aspirations
plural of aspiration
aspire
To hope or dream; especially to hope or work towards a profession or occupation (followed by to as a preposition or infinitive particle)
aspire
If you aspire to something such as an important job, you have a strong desire to achieve it. people who aspire to public office They aspired to be gentlemen, though they fell far short of the ideal. see also aspiring. to desire and work towards achieving something important aspire to (aspirer, from aspirare , from ad- + spirare )
aspire
intr v 1 To have a great ambition; desire strongly 2 To strive toward an end
aspire
To desire with eagerness; to seek to attain something high or great; to pant; to long; followed by to or after, and rarely by at; as, to aspire to a crown; to aspire after immorality
aspire
Action to Support Practices Implementing Research Evidence
aspire
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aspire
"To aspire to" means to wish to gain something or to become something better Here the young man and young woman, denied love and emotion in life, seek fulfilment in Eternity As usual in Blake, Heaven is a place of joy and freedom and delight, very different from the usual Christian philosophy of Blake's time http: //www canberra edu au/~ajc/minogue/poetry/blake/sungloss html
aspire
Where dead donkeys are cremated
aspire
To aspire to; to long for; to try to reach; to mount to
aspire
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aspire
{f} seek to attain a goal, yearn, aim, dream
aspire
To rise; to ascend; to tower; to soar
aspire
have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal
aspired
past of aspire
aspires
third-person singular of aspire
aspiring
That aspires; as, an Aspiring mind
aspiring
{s} ambitious, having high goals; rising high, soaring
aspiring
If you use aspiring to describe someone who is starting a particular career, you mean that they are trying to become successful in it. Many aspiring young artists are advised to learn by copying the masters. see also aspire. hoping to be successful in a particular job, activity, or way of life
aspiring
seeking advancement or recognition
aspiring
present participle of aspire
aspiring
desiring or striving for recognition or advancement
aspiring
wannabe
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Aspir (Carthamus tinctorius), Yalancı safran olarak da bilinir, papatyagiller (Asteraceae) familyasından 50-100 cm boyunda, yaz sonuna doğru (Haziran sonuna doğru-Temmuz Başı) sarı, krem, beyaz, kırmızı veya turuncu çiçekler açan bir bitki türü
Romatizma ağrılarına karşı etkili, terletici, kurt düşürücü tıpbi bir bitki
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Определение aspir в Английский Язык Турецкий язык словарь

aspiration
{i} istek
aspiration
{i} can atma
aspire
çok istemek
aspire
{f} arzulamak
aspire
peşinde olmak
aspiring
{s} can atan
aspiring
{i} talip olma
aspiring
gözü olan
aspiring
amaçlayan
aspirant
bekleyen
aspirate
emmek
aspirate
(Biyokimya) emme
aspirated
(Dilbilim) sert
aspiration
(Askeri) havalandırma
aspiration
solunum
aspiration
(Dilbilim) soluklama
aspiration
tutku
aspiration
(Dilbilim) üfleme
aspire
sahip olmak istemek
aspire
arzu etmek
aspire
heveslenmek
aspired
hevesli
aspirant
ümit eden
aspirant
(birşey) uman
aspirate
içine çek
aspirate
içine çekmek
aspiration
aspirasyon
aspire
heveslen

O bir aktrist olmak için heveslendi. - She aspired to become an actress.

aspire
çabalarını ve ümitlerini bir amaca yöneltmek
aspiring
gayesi olan
aspiring
{f} talip ol
aspiring
gözü ilerde olan
aspirant
uman
aspirated
(Dilbilim) kelimenin sonunda sesini kesmek, vakfetmek
aspire
Yüksek bir gaye edinmek, arzu etmek, talip olmak, göz dikmek
aspiring
talip oluyor
aspirant
aday
aspirant
{i} istekli
aspirant
{i} talip
aspirant
arzulu
aspirant
i., s. istekli
aspirate
soluklu okumak
aspirate
{i} soluklu ünsüz
aspirate
soluklu
aspirate
(isim) soluklu ünsüz
aspirate
aspire et
aspirate
(fiil) soluklu okumak
aspiration
hava emme
aspiration
(Hukuk) emme
aspiration
özlem

O oldukça karamsar ve hiç bir özlemi yok. - He is extremely pessimistic and has no aspirations.

Onun iç dekaratör olma özlemleri var. - She has aspirations to become an interior decorator.

aspiration
soluklu okuma
aspiration
(Hukuk) içine çekme
aspiration
nefes alma
aspiration
soluma
aspiration
arzu
aspiration
yüksek bir gaye edinme
aspiration
{i} (uzun zamandır güdülen) büyük amaç: It was his aspiration to become famous. Amacı ünlü olmaktı
aspiration
(Diş Hekimliği) nefes almak veya mekanik yolla emmek hareketi
aspiration
teneffüs etme
aspiration
iştiyak
aspiration
"h" harfini telâffuz
aspiration
(Tıp) Hava veya sıvıların emilmesi, aspirasyon
aspiration
nefes alıp verme
aspire
{f} can atmak
aspire
{f} to/after -i amaçlamak, -i amaç edinmek; -e sahip olmak istemek, -i arzu etmek
aspire
yüksek bir gaye edinmek
aspire
göz dikmek
aspire
yönel
aspiring
bir gayesi olan aspiringly yüksek emeller peşinde koşarak
aspir
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