blister

listen to the pronunciation of blister
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
habbe
hava kabarcığı
(Havacılık) su kabarcığı
(İnşaat) kabarma
(İnşaat) şişlik

Ayaklarımda şişlikler var. - I've got blisters on my feet.

karınca
boyada hava kabarcığı
kabarcıklanmak
su toplamış kabarcık
su toplamak
kabarmasına neden olmak
{f} su topla
kabartı
kabarmak
kabartmak
{i} su toplama
{f} azarlamak
{i} su toplatan şey
{i} yakı
uçağın üsünde bulunan ve içine silah yerleştirilen saydam odacık
(Askeri) BALÇ: Bir gemiyi torpidolara karşı korumak üzere, su kesiminin altında yapılan kabarıntı
{i} kabarcık, fiske
{i} kabarcık

Poposu yanan kişi kabarcıkların üstünde oturmak zorundadır. - The one whose butt got burned has to sit on the blisters.

Tom'un yürüyüş botlarıyla sorunu var. Bir ayağının tabanında kabarcıklar var. - Tom has trouble with his walking boots. He has blisters on the sole of one foot.

(Tıp) Pehlivan yakısı
{i} su toplanmış kabarcık
azarlayıcı
(Biyoloji) vezikül
kabart
{i} rasat kulesi
{i} silâh bölmesi
blisterykabarcıklı
{f} çıkışmak
(Havacılık) kubbe
(Tıp) blister
bülük
kabarıklık
domur
blister agent
(Askeri) yakıcı kimya harp maddesi
blister box
Ürünlerin paketlendiği şeffaf, biçimlendirilmiş, plastik kap
blister copper
(Mekanik) saf bakır
blister gas
(Askeri) yakıcı gaz
blister style
(Teknik,Tekstil) kabarcıklı krep
blister style
(Teknik,Tekstil) klog
blister blight
blister yıkım
blister like
kabarcık
blister pack
Balonlu naylon
blister agent
(Askeri) YAKICI KİMYA HARP MADDESİ: Bak. "vesicant agent"
blister agent
(Askeri) Yakıcı kimyevi madde
blister effect
(Tekstil) kabarcık efekti
blister gas
(Askeri) YAKICI GAZ: Düşmana zayiat verdirmek için kullanılan harp gazı. Bu gaz, gözlerle akciğerleri zedeler ve deriyi kabartır. Eskiden buna "vesicant" denirdi
blister light
(Havacılık) kubbeli ışık
blister pack card
kılıf ambalajın plakası
blister package
(Gıda) kapsül ambalaj
blister steel
(İnşaat) blister çelik
blister steel
(İnşaat) semente çelik
blister style klog
(Tekstil) kabarcıklı krep
blood blister
kan oturması
blistering
(Havacılık,Teknik) kabarcıklanma
blistering
(İnşaat) kabarıklık
water blister
su kabarcığı
small blister
küçük blister
blistered
kabarcıklı
blistering
kabart
blistering
kabartan/kızgın
blisteringly
kızgın bir şekilde
fever blister
uçuk
frost blister
don kabarması
i have a blister
su toplanmış kabarcık var
snap blister
kılıf ambalaj
to blister
su toplamak
water blister
içi su dolu kabarcık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A swelling on a plant
A bubble, as on a painted surface
To criticise severely
To break out in blisters
To cause blisters to form
Something applied to the skin to raise a blister; a vesicatory or other applied medicine

'T is written in the Hebrew Chronicle, / How the physicians, leaving pill and potion, / Prescribed, by way of blister, a young belle, / When old King David's blood grew dull in motion, / And that the medicine answered very well .

An enclosed pocket of air, which may be mixed with water or solvent vapor, trapped between impermeable layers of felt or between the membrane and substrate
A small bubble between the layers of the skin that contains watery or bloody fluid and is caused by friction and pressure, burning, freezing, chemical irritation, disease or infection
{v} to rise in or raise blisters, to swell
{n} a watery rising in the skin, a plaster
A vesicle of the skin, containing watery matter or serum, whether occasioned by a burn or other injury, or by a vesicatory; a collection of serous fluid causing a bladderlike elevation of the cuticle
1 Coating defect consisting of the formation of bubbles in a coating, which appear as hemispherical elevations The blisters are hollow, and are usually caused by entrapped air or solvent 2 A raised spot on the surface on the surface of metal due to expansion of gas which causes a subsurface metal separation such as inclusions and small laminations
– A skin sore that contains fluid
A pocket of air trapped between layers of felt or membrane Blisters are usually caused by water or other foreign substances
An enclosed pocket of air mixed with water or solvent vapor, trapped between impermeable layers of felt, or between the felt and substrate
A small bubble on the skin, that contains watery fluid and is caused by burning, pressure or infection
fluid-filled elevation of the epidermis
Any elevation made by the separation of the film or skin, as on plants; or by the swelling of the substance at the surface, as on steel
Vesicle filled with serum; collection of fluid below skin
a raised area on the skin containing fluid The fluid can be blood or serum, the clear liquid portion of the blood
an enclosed pocket of air mixed with water or solvent vapor, trapped between impermeable layers of felt or the felt and the substrate
When your skin blisters or when something blisters it, blisters appear on it. The affected skin turns red and may blister The sap of this plant blisters the skin. pausing to bathe their blistered feet. to develop blisters or make blisters form. Rounded skin elevation in which fluid fills a separation between layers of epidermis or between the epidermis and the dermis. The fluid is usually clear; yellowish fluid contains pus, and red fluid contains blood. Blisters often occur on the palms or soles when pressure and friction cause an upper skin layer to move back and forth over the one under it. A small gap opens between them and becomes filled with fluid. This type generally heals spontaneously, sometimes leaving a thickened callus. Blisters that occur as symptoms of contact dermatitis, viral infection, or autoimmune disease can appear anywhere on the body and may leave scars
A localized collection of clear fluid causing elevation of the skin, separating it into an upper and lower layer Breakdown of a blister produces an ulcer
An enclosed raised spot evident on the surface of a building They are mainly caused by the expansion of trapped air, water vapor, moisture or other gases
A pocket of air mixed with water or solvent vapor, trapped between impermeable layers of felt or between the felt and substrate Blisters are usually caused by moisture or other foreign substances entrapped within or beneath the roof membrane
To give pain to, or to injure, as if by a blister
A gaseous inclusion or bubble in the glass
Bubble of air or gas indicated by a protrusion on the surface of a molded rubber part
cause blisters to from on; "the tight shoes and perspiration blistered her feet"
An imperfection on the surface of a plastic article caused by a pocket of air or gas beneath the surface
(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid get blistered; "Her feet blistered during the long hike"
subject to harsh criticism; "The Senator blistered the administration in his speech on Friday"; "the professor scaled the students"; "your invectives scorched the community
A cavity within the lining material, between the lining materials layers, or between the lining and substrate
A raised area, often dome shaped, resulting from (1) loss of adhesion between a coating or deposit and the base metal or (2) delamination under the pressure of expanding gas trapped in a metal in a near-subsurface zone Very small blisters may be called pinhead blisters or pepper blisters
get blistered; "Her feet blistered during the long hike"
A vesicatory; a plaster of Spanish flies, or other matter, applied to raise a blister
The sore you get on your hand if you try to use any of the junk saws with a poorly-shaped handle made in the last 30 years
A raised bump in the skin that contains watery liquid
{i} bubble; pimple; raised bubble on the skin that is filled with pus; raised area just under the top layer of a structure; bubble-like structure on a plane or aviation vehicle (e.g. for shooting the guns from a bomber)
A surface bubble caused by gas expansion (usually from heating) which was trapped within the die casting or beneath the plating
Small air pocket that forms behind wallpaper during installation Causes can include inadequate booking time, installation in conditions under 50 degrees F , and pockets of air not removed during the installation process
an enclosed pocket of air, which may be mixed with water or solvent vapor, trapped between impermeable layers of felt or membrane, or between the membrane and substrate
To raise a blister or blisters upon
Raised sac under the skin's epidermis containing watery fluid, caused by irritation to the area
(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid get blistered; "Her feet blistered during the long hike" cause blisters to from on; "the tight shoes and perspiration blistered her feet" subject to harsh criticism; "The Senator blistered the administration in his speech on Friday"; "the professor scaled the students"; "your invectives scorched the community
A blister is a painful swelling on the surface of your skin. Blisters contain a clear liquid and are usually caused by heat or by something repeatedly rubbing your skin
(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid
To be affected with a blister or blisters; to have a blister form on
a raised area on the surface or a separation between layers usually creating a void or air-filled space in a vulcanized article
{f} cause to blister or be affected with blisters
A raised area on the surface of an extruded product due to subsurface gas expansion during extrusion or thermal treatment
a fluid-filled bump
blister blight
An infection of tea plants, caused by the fungus Exobasidium vexans, characterized by blister-like lesions on the leaves
blister blight
A similar disease of some pines caused by Cronartium asclepiadeum
blister pack
One of several types of pre-formed plastic packaging, used for consumer goods and pharmaceuticals, consisting of a cavity and lidding
blister pack
A flexible transparent sheet containing many small plastic blisters; used to package items of merchandise during shipment. (synonym) bubble wrap, bubble pack
blister beetle
beetle that produces a secretion that blisters the skin
blister beetle
Any of various soft-bodied beetles of the family Meloidae, such as the cantharis, that secrete a substance capable of blistering the skin. Also called meloid. Any of approximately 2,000 species of beetles (family Meloidae) that secrete an irritating substance, cantharidin, which is used medically as a topical skin irritant to remove warts. In the past, cantharidin was often used to induce blisters, a common remedy for many ailments, and the dried remains of Spanish fly (Lytta vesicatoria) were a major ingredient in so-called love potions. Adult blister beetles, which are often brightly coloured, range between 0.1 and 0.8 in. (3-20 mm) in length. Blister beetles are both helpful and harmful to humans; the larvae eat grasshopper eggs, but the adults destroy crops
blister blight
a disease of tea plants a disease of Scotch pines
blister copper
an impure form of copper having a black blistered surface
blister copper
An almost pure copper produced in an intermediate stage of copper refining
blister gas
any of several poisonous gases that causes burning blistering or destruction of living tissue
blister pack
A transparent, molded piece of plastic, often sealed to a sheet of cardboard, used to package and display an item of merchandise. Also called bubble pack
blister pack
a flexible transparent sheet containing many small plastic blisters; used to package items of merchandise during shipment
blister rust
fungus causing white pine blister rust and having a complex life cycle requiring a plant of genus Ribes as alternate host any of several diseases of pines caused by rust fungi of the genus Cronartium and marked by destructive invasion of bark and sapwood and producing blisters externally
blister rust
Any of several diseases of pine trees caused by certain fungi of the genus Cronartium, resulting in conspicuous blistering and often dieback of affected areas. Any of several diseases of pines, caused by rust fungi (see fungus) of the genus Cronartium. Blister rust affects sapwood (see wood) and inner bark and produces external blisters from which additional spores of the fungus are released and resin oozes, forming characteristic hardened masses on the trunk. It affects pines of all ages and sizes, retarding growth and weakening stems as it spreads along the trunk, sometimes killing the tree; young trees are killed more quickly than older ones. Measures taken to fight blister rust include growing resistant varieties, destroying nearby alternative host plants, observing strict sanitation measures, and spraying with fungicides
blood blister
A blister filled with blood, usually caused by a sharp pinch to the skin
blood blister
blister containing blood or bloody serum usually caused by an injury
blood blister
blister which contains blood or bloody serum
blistered
Simple past tense and past participle of blister
orange blister beetle
a poisonous orange beetle, in genus Nemognatha
orange blister beetles
plural form of orange blister beetle
a blister
{n} epispastic
blistered
(of skin) having blisters (swellings containing watery fluid) caused by burning or irritation; "escaped from the fire with only a blistered hand
blistered
past of blister
blistered
Having a blister
blistering
A blistering remark expresses great anger or dislike. The president responded to this with a blistering attack on his critics
blistering
This is what happens to a tyre, or part of a tyre, when it overheats Excess heat can cause rubber to soften and break away in chunks from the body of the tyre
blistering
Where copper track lifts from a printed board surface after soldering
blistering
The formation of dome-shaped, hollow projections of paint
blistering
harsh or corrosive in tone; "an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose"; "a barrage of acid comments"; "her acrid remarks make her many enemies"; "bitter words"; "blistering criticism"; "caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics"; "a sulfurous denunciation"
blistering
Although seemingly dry, paper does contain approximately 5% moisture In cases where there is excessive moisture, and the paper is passed through a high heat-drying chamber, the moisture within the paper actually boils and causes a bubble or blistering effect
blistering
Pressure under the paint film from vapor or moisture will cause blistering The vapor may come from trapping solvents or from chemical reaction
blistering
The formation of blisters in paint films by the local loss of adhesion and lifting of the film from teh underlying substrate
blistering
Very hot
blistering
A defect in the paint film appearing as bubbles, usually caused by the expansion of air, solvent vapor, or moisture trapped beneath the film
blistering
small blisters which appear during drying if solvent or air are trapped in the film, or if chemical drying is inhibited by substances contained in the substrate
blistering
very fast; "a blistering pace"; "got off to a hot start"; "in hot pursuit"; "a red-hot line drive"
blistering
Very fast
blistering
Bubbling formed during fast glaze firing by expanding air or steam unable to escape; usually avoided by a slow steady firing
blistering
This is the application of a caustic agent, or blister to the leg of a horse Occasionally, some will use this for the treatment of a number of conditions, such as Spavin, Ringbone, and Bowed Tendon
blistering
Harsh or corrosive
blistering
hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters; "blistering sun"
blistering
Formation of dome-shaped projections in paint films resulting from local loss of adhesion and lifting of the film from an underlying paint film (intercoat blistering), or the base substrate
blistering
{s} angry, furious; extremely intense or severe
blistering
Blister like bubbles on coated paper where a heavy ink film backs a heavy ink film Caused by subjecting the printed sheets to high temperatures, as found on heat-set web offset presses using high velocity hot air to set the ink Blistering can be due to weak base paper, high moisture content or too high resistance to air, but it can also be due to too high oven temperatures on the press, or ink which requires too high a temperature to make it set
blistering
The formulation of dome-shaped, hollow projections on paint, often caused by heat or moisture Can also be caused by solvent entrapment in a paint film which has surface dried before the solvent has completely escaped
blistering
Formation of dome-shaped projections in paints or varnish films resulting from local loss of adhesion and lifting of the film from the underlying surface
blistering
Causing blisters
blistering
hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters; "blistering sun
blistering
A raised bubble of paint caused by moisture trapped between the paint and the wood surface which lifts the paint and causes a blister It is generally the result of moisture trapped by poor ventilation
blistering
marked by harshly abusive criticism; "his scathing remarks about silly lady novelists"; "her vituperative railing"
blistering
Racing tires when they overheat The top layer of rubber comes off in small chunks
blistering
The forming of bubbles or pimples on the painted surface Blistering is caused by moisture in the wood, by paint having been applied before the previous coat was dry, and by excessive heat during or after application
blistering
the formation of vesicles
blistering
Effect of pressure from either air, solvent, or moisture under a coating causing a swelling or blister in the finish; i e water blister
blistering
Formation of dome-shaped lumps in paints or varnish films resulting from local loss of adhesion and lifting of the film from the underlying surface
blistering
swollen areas Can be caused by oil or grease under film, water in spray line or trapped solvent during spraying or transmission of moisture through film See Osmosis Also materials coming from porous substrates Blistering occurs when adhesion is greater than co-hesion The film remains intact but is detached from the substrate See Adhesion & Cohesion MORE Photo Courtesy KVB, Photo Courtesy SATACLICK ON THE PICTURE TO ENLARGE (laf)
blistering
emphasis Blistering is used to describe actions in sport to emphasize that they are done with great speed or force. Sharon Wild set a blistering pace to take the lead
blistering
present participle of blister
blistering
Blistering heat is very great heat. a blistering summer day
blisteringly
In a blistering manner
blisters
A raised spot or bubble on the surface or a separation between layers, usually forming a void or air-filled space in the vulcanized article
blisters
Collection of fluid under the epithelial layer, fluid may be clear or pink/red in colour
blisters
A raised spot on the surface or a separation between layers usually forming a void or air-filled space in the molded article
blisters
bubbles that may appear on the surface of asphalt roofing
blisters
Bubbles that may appear on the surface of asphalt roofing after installation
blisters
plural of blister
blisters
the most common injury in hiking; often with people new to hiking, or with those wearing new boots a two sock system and proper fitting boots prevents most blisters a first aid kit with moleskin, scissors, and/or a 'second skin' type product should be carried by all participants
blisters
A raised spot on the surface or a separation between layers usually forming a void or air-filled space in the vulcanized or laminated article
fever blister
Fever blisters are small sore spots that sometimes appear on or near someone's lips and nose when they have a cold. a cold sore
fever blister
caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)
small blister
small bubble, small eruption on the skin
water blister
A blister having watery contents without blood or pus
water blister
blister containing a nonpurulent clear watery content
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
(Tıp) blister
blister çelik
(İnşaat) blister steel
blistering
(Tıp) bilistering
blister
Избранное