listen to the pronunciation of bulb
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{i} çiçek soğanı

O, bahçeye bir çiçek soğanı ekti. - She planted the flower bulb in the garden.


Bir ampulün nasıl çalıştığını bana kim söyleyebilir? - Who can tell me how a light bulb works?

Thomas Edison ampulü icat etmiştir. - Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.

{i} soğan

O, bahçeye bir çiçek soğanı ekti. - She planted the flower bulb in the garden.

(Anatomi) soğanilik
{i} elektrik ampulü
elektrik lambası
(Askeri) balb
(Anatomi) bulbus
(Mühendislik) Valflerin baş kısmı
{i} lâmba
şişerek soğan biçimini almak
(İnşaat) ampul, lamba
(Tıp) hazne
lale soğanı
(Tıp) bulb
bulb holder
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) ampul duyu
bulb barometer
hazneli barometre
bulb holder
lamba duyu
Bulb onion
Baş soğan
bulb case
ampul kutusu
bulb housing
(Otomotiv) ampul yuvası
bulb kit
ampul kiti
bulb of endophallus
(Arılık) penis yumrusu
bulb of sting sheath
(Arılık) iğne yumrusu
bulb pile
soğan başlı kazık
bulb retaining spring
(Otomotiv) ampul sabitleme yayı
bulb rim
(Aydınlatma) ampul çerçevesi
bulb socket
ampul yuvası
bulb thermometer
hazneli termometre
pipette bulb
(Kuran) Puar
dry bulb
kuru termometre
flash bulb
flaş lambası
light bulb
elektrik lambası
pressure bulb
basınç soğanı
root bulb
(Tarım) soğansı yumru
thermometer bulb
sıcaklıkölçer haznesi
wet bulb
yaş termometre
dry bulb thermometer
kuru termometre
electric bulb
çıngı ampulü
electric light bulb
elektrik lambası
glass bulb
incandescent bulb
çıngı ampulu
incandescent bulb
akkor telli lamba
mushroom bulb
göbelek şeklinde ampul
neon bulb
neon ampulü
dry bulb temperature
(Bilim, İlim) kuru termometre sıcaklığı.havanın, bulunduğu yerdeki, klasik (adı) termometre ile ölçülen sıcaklığı
fennel bulb
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Rezene soğanı
flower bulb
Çiçek soğanı
growing from a bulb or producing bulbs
Bir ampul veya ampuller üreten büyüyor
hot bulb
sıcak ampul
hot bulb engine
kafadan kizdirmali motor, yarım dizel motor
ışık ampul
olfactory bulb
olfaktör bulb
rectifier bulb
redresör ampulü
torch bulb
El feneri ampulü

I've always had a second bulb of torch.

tulip bulb
Lâle soğanı
wet bulb
ıslak termometre
wet bulb temperature
(Bilim, İlim) ıslak termometre sıcaklığı, yaş termometre sıcaklığı
can you lend me a bulb
ampul ödünç verir misiniz
change bulb
ampülü değiştirmek
change bulb
ampül değiştirmek
change bulb
lambayı değiştirmek
coated bulb
(Aydınlatma) opalleştirilmiş ampul
fluorescent bulb
floresan ampul
hot bulb
(Otomotiv) yanma haznesi
mushroom bulb
mantar biçiminde ampul
onion bulb formation
(Tıp) yumru şeklinde oluşum
onion bulb formation
(Tıp) soğan başı şekillenmesi
replace bulb
ampül değiştirmek
replace bulb
ampülü değiştirmek
replace bulb
lambayı değiştirmek
spotlight bulb
projektör ampulü
thermal bulb
ısıl hazne
thermometer bulb
sicaklikolcer haznesi
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The bulb-shaped root portion of a plant such as a tulip, from which the rest of the plant may be regrown

the plants which grow in the earth from seed or bulbs.

A light bulb
Any solid object rounded at one end and tapering on the other, possibly attached to a larger object at the tapered end
{n} a round root, as of tulips, onions a round beard
The transparent or opaque sphere in an electric light that the electric light transmits through
a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure
A bulb is not a root; it is an underground stem that functions as a food storage organ Think of the onion-- each layer is a modified underground basal leaf, called a scale, closely adhered to the stem to protect it, as well as store additional food Plants producing bulbs are all perennials
A glass object with a thin metal wire in it When electricity passes through it, it gets hot and gives out light
a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure
{i} light bulb, lamp; tuber, glomus, swollen anatomical structure (Anatomy); short and round stem that is usually underground (Botany); plant that grows from a bulb (Botany)
A name given to some parts that resemble in shape certain bulbous roots; as, the bulb of the aorta
The lead-torpedo shape on the bottom of the keel
The upper ridge of the runner or cross tee with a rectangular, triangular or round configuration Adds structural load strength to the component
A thick, rounded, underground organ consisting of layered, fleshy leaves and membranes
a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end); "the bulb of a syringe"
A spheroidal body growing from a plant either above or below the ground (usually below), which is strictly a bud, consisting of a cluster of partially developed leaves, and producing, as it grows, a stem above, and roots below, as in the onion, tulip, etc
An underground leaf bud enwrapped in fleshy scales or coats
tightly packed fleshy leaves used as a storage organ Onions and tulips both have bulbs
A bulb is the glass part of an electric lamp, which gives out light when electricity passes through it. The stairwell was lit by a single bulb. = light bulb
Underground plant part derived from a short, usually rounded, shoot that is covered with scales or leaves | Return to Alphabet Bar |
an underground bud covered by fleshy scales, the coating formed from the bases of leaves (Benson 1967)
The outer envelope of a light source, made of either glass or quartz H I D lamps, for example, come in several "bulb" shapes: "E" (elliptical); "BT" (bulged tubular, tapered at top and bottom, with the greatest circumference in the middle); and "R" (reflector), designed to achieve a directional distribution of illumination, such as a spotlight
It differs from a corm in not being solid
A highly compressed underground stem (basal plate) to which fleshy modified leaves are attached
The area at the tip of a liquid-in-glass thermometer containing the liquid reservoir
An underground storage organ with a much-shortened stem bearing fleshy leaf bases or scale leaves enclosing the next year's bud
electric lamp consisting of a glass bulb containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated
lower or hindmost part of the brain; continuous with spinal cord; (`bulb' is an old term for medulla oblongata); "the medulla oblongata is the most vital part of the brain because it contains centers controlling breathing and heart functioning"
The glass outer envelope component of a lamp
A bulb is a root shaped like an onion that grows into a flower or plant. tulip bulbs. In botany, the resting stage of certain seed plants, particularly perennial monocotyledons (see cotyledon), consisting of a relatively large, usually globe-shaped, underground bud with membranous or fleshy overlapping leaves arising from a short stem. The fleshy leaves function as food reserves that enable a plant to lie dormant when water is unavailable (during winter or drought) and to resume active growth when favourable conditions again prevail. There are two main types of bulbs. One, typified by the onion, has a thin papery covering protecting its fleshy leaves. The other, the scaly bulb, as seen in true lilies, has naked storage leaves, with no papery covering, making the bulb appear to consist of angular scales. Bulbs enable many common ornamentals, such as the narcissus, tulip, and hyacinth, to flower rapidly in early spring when growing conditions are favourable. Other bulb-producing plants bloom in the summer (e.g., lilies) or fall (e.g., the autumn crocus). The solid corms of the crocus and gladiolus and the elongated rhizomes of some irises are not bulbs
A shutter setting marked B at which the shutter remains open as long as the shutter release is held down This is used for time exposures that are longer than your camera's preset shutter speeds
A stem base surrounded by swollen food-storage leaves
-The outer enclosure of a light source; usually glass or quartz
Potential flower buried in fall, never to be seen again
An expansion or protuberance on a stem or tube, as the bulb of a thermometer, which may be of any form, as spherical, cylindrical, curved, etc
a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ
A type of modified subterranean storage stem/bud consisting of overlapping fleshy leaf bases or scales Example: garlic and onions
1 The outer glass envelope or jacket that protects the arc tube of a HID lamp 2 Clove or bulb of garlic Carbon Dioxide (CO2)A colorless, odorless, tasteless gas in the air necessary for plant life
A shutter setting marked B at which the shutter remains open as long as the shutter release is held down
In general any structure underground from which a plant can grow A true bulb is an underground structure that contains an embryonic plant protected by scales An example of a true bulb is an iris
a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end); "the bulb of a syringe" a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure
To take the shape of a bulb; to swell
A rounded, usually underground structure with thick, fleshy concentric layers or scales merging into the stem at the top and roots at the bottom See corm
The part of the lighting system that generates the output A bulb consists of the following parts; a glass tube to contain the filament(s) and the gasses, the filament(s), the gasses, and the base
bus bulb
an arrangement by which a sidewalk is extended outwards for a bus stop
dim bulb
A person who is slow-witted

Dwight Eisenhower was roundly derided by the liberal intelligentsia as a Mr. Malaprop, a golf-playing, crony-loving dim bulb.

dry bulb temperature
Temperature of the free air as measured with a dry thermometer on a sling psychrometer over a grassy surface at a height of approximately 6 feet (1.8 meters)
hot bulb
An internal combustion engine in which the fuel is ignited by hot, compressed gas rather than a spark
lamp bulb
Light bulb
light bulb
An evacuated glass bulb containing a metal filament which is heated by electrical resistance to produce light
light bulb joke
Any joke of the form "How many X does it take to change a light bulb?" followed by a witty riposte, usually incorporating a stereotype of "X"
Attributive form of light bulb

light-bulb joke.

nightlight bulb
A light bulb designed for use in nightlights
wet-and-dry-bulb hygrometer
A hygrometer consisting of two thermometers, the bulb of one of which is kept wet and shows a lower temperature; the relative humidity is obtained from the two temperatures using tables
wet-and-dry-bulb hygrometers
plural form of wet-and-dry-bulb hygrometer
light bulb
object made from a metal base and glass case (produces light when an electrical current is passed through it)
wet bulb temperature
(Bilim, İlim) The wet-bulb temperature is the lowest temperature an object may be cooled to by the process of evaporation. It is read directly from the wet-bulb thermometer on an electric psychrometer, sling psychrometer, or rotor psychrometer
wet bulb temperature
Wet-bulb temperature is measured using a standard mercury-in-glass thermometer, with the thermometer bulb wrapped in muslin, which is kept wet. The evaporation of water from the thermometer has a cooling effect, so the temperature indicated by the wet bulb thermometer is less than the temperature indicated by a dry-bulb (normal, unmodified) thermometer
artery of the penis bulb
a branch of the internal pudendal artery of males that supplies the bulb of the penis
artery of the vestibule bulb
a branch of the internal pudendal artery in females that supplies the bulb of the vestibule
plural of bulb
dry-bulb thermometer
an ordinary thermometer with a dry bulb; used to measure the air temperature
electric bulb
bulb-shaped object which gives off light via an electrical current
electric light bulb
{i} light bulb generated by electricity
flash Bulb
flash: a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
flash bulb
a small object that produces a bright light, used when taking photographs indoors or when there is not much light
flash bulb
bulb which works for a very short period of time but gives off a dazzling light (used for taking photographs)
fluorescent bulb
glass tube coated on the inside with a fluorescent substance that gives off light
hot bulb
See Semi-diesel, below
hot-bulb engine
{i} low-compression oil engine that needs heated bulb or cap in order to ignite
incandescent bulb
light bulb, electric light that gives off light by means of a fine wire filament that becomes white hot
indicator bulb
light which when illuminated signals a certain mechanical activity
light bulb
A light bulb or bulb is the round glass part of an electric light or lamp which light shines from. = bulb. An electric light in which a filament is heated to incandescence by an electric current
light bulb
electric lamp consisting of a glass bulb containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated
olfactory bulb
The part of the central nervous system that receives synaptic projections from olfactory sensory neurons, via the olfactory nerve
olfactory bulb
­ a pea-sized structure on the undersurface of the frontal lobe of the brain that receives inputs from the olfactory neurons and sends the input to the regions of the brain concerned with the sense of smell
olfactory bulb
The bulblike distal end of the olfactory lobe, where the olfactory nerves begin
olfactory bulb
a bulb-shaped brain structure derived from the telencephalon that receives input from olfactory receptor neurons
olfactory bulb
The olfactory bulb receives and processes smells It is located very close to the limbic region, which is thought to be the reason that certain smells can activate vivid memories and emotions
olfactory bulb
one of two enlargements at the terminus of the olfactory nerve at the base of the brain just above the nasal cavities
radio bulb
name for each of the thermo-ionic receivers in a radio
small bulb
small light bulb, miniature light bulb; small root, small seed bulb
wet-bulb thermometer
a thermometer with a bulb that is covered with moist muslin; used in a psychrometer to measure humidity
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(Bilgisayar) findb
(Tıp) bulb
bulb ayarı
(Fotoğrafçılık) bulb setting