burn out

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yakıp kül etmek
mahvolmak
{f} sönmek
yanıp yokolmak
{f} yanmak
tamamen yanıp (kendi kendine) sönmek
içini yakmak
yanıp yok olmak
söndürmek
yak

Şiddetli yangınlar kısa sürede kendilerini tamamen yakarlar. - Violent fires soon burn out themselves.

yakıp yok etmek
{f} tamamen yakmak
{f} yanıp bitmek
psikolojik yıpranma
bozulmak
yakmak
burn out fuel
(Nükleer Bilimler) yanmış yakıtlar
burnout
{i} rokette yanmanın bitmesi
burnout
(Ticaret) moral yıkıntısı
burnout
(Askeri) yakıt tükenmesi
burnout
(Askeri) yakıt bitişi
burnout
roketde yanmanın bitmesi
burnout
(İnşaat) yakarak uçurma
burnout
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tükeniş
burn something out
yakıp kül etmek
burnout
Rokette yakıtın bitmesi
burnout
Duygusal tükenmişlik
burnout
yanma
burnout
Yanma (sigorta)
burnout
Vaktini serserilik yaparak geçiren, genel olarak metal müzik, uyuşturucu ve alkole bağımlılık kazanan, mimlenmiş, delikanlı çağındaki kişi
burn (itself) out
yangın kendi kendine çıkmak
burn o.s. out
kendini tüketmek
burn oneself out
gücü tükenmek
burn oneself out
kendini harcamak
burn oneself out
(deyim) kendini yıpratmak
burn oneself out
kendini tüketmek
burn oneself out
(deyim) sağlığını bozmak
burnout
(Nükleer Bilimler) yanma, tükenme
burnout
(Askeri) YAKIT BİTİŞİ, YAKIT TÜKENMESİ: Roket motorundaki yakıt yanışının programlanmış kesiş dışında, sona erdiği an veya füze yolundaki nokta
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To extinguish due to lack of fuel

Mr. Mason, shivering as some one chanced to open the door, asked for more coal to be put on the fire, which had burnt out its flame, though its mass of cinder still shone hot and red. The footman who brought the coal, in going out, stopped near Mr. Eshton's chair, and said something to him in a low voice, of which I heard only the words, old woman,—quite troublesome..

To tire due to overwork

After six months of twelve-hour workdays, most people just burn out and quit.

This is a process of igniting a fire between the control line and the wildland fire It's purpose is to burn any fuel remaining in a controlled way so that the wildland fire will have nothing further to consume and will die out
  Setting fire inside a control line to consume fuel between the edge of the fire and the control line
To set a very fast pace
melt, break, or become otherwise unusable; "The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"
Setting fire inside a control line to widen it or consume fuel between the edge of the fire and the control line
In drag racing, the spinning of rear wheels at high RPM in water to heat and clean drive tire rubber prior to a run, resulting in increased traction
1. If a fire burns itself out, it stops burning because there is nothing left to burn. Fire officials let the fire burn itself out. see also burnout, burnt-out
When a Cyber is killed or otherwise defeated in the Void This is usually caused by their own subconscious, though it may be caused by another Cyber Burn Out normally results in death, though may end in coma and tends to occur within the first five years
{f} be imprisoned by fire; be extinguished due to a lack of fuel; become emotionally exhausted due to mental stress
                    1 To spin the back tire from either a stand still or while riding (spinning the wheel)
The process of pre-firing a mold or material in a vented kiln to remove, with heat, any unwanted contaminants
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The experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest, especially in one's career
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Using the throttle to spin the wheels of a vehicle being held stationary, causing the spinning tires to produce smoke and burn rubber
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Burnout (comics), a fictional Wildstorm character
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Burnout (software), an open source protection detector
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Burnout (vehicle): when a vehicle's tires are spun so they smoke
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Burnout (series): a racing game series created by UK company Criterion Games, with a notable emphasis on dangerous driving and crashes
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Burnout (psychology): a psychological term for the experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest, especially in one's career
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Burnout (stereotype), a (typically) juvenile delinquent interested in heavy metal music, drugs and alcohol, vagrancy, and vandalism
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Burnout (band), a rock band from Chicago or a now disbanded punk-rock band from Arkansas
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When a Cyber is killed or otherwise defeated in the Void This is usually caused by their own subconscious, though it may be caused by another Cyber Burn Out normally results in death, though may end in coma and tends to occur within the first five years
burn out
In drag racing, the spinning of rear wheels at high RPM in water to heat and clean drive tire rubber prior to a run, resulting in increased traction
burn out
Setting fire inside a control line to widen it or consume fuel between the edge of the fire and the control line
burn out
The process of pre-firing a mold or material in a vented kiln to remove, with heat, any unwanted contaminants
burn out
                    1 To spin the back tire from either a stand still or while riding (spinning the wheel)
burn out
  Setting fire inside a control line to consume fuel between the edge of the fire and the control line
burn out
This is a process of igniting a fire between the control line and the wildland fire It's purpose is to burn any fuel remaining in a controlled way so that the wildland fire will have nothing further to consume and will die out
burn out
melt, break, or become otherwise unusable; "The lightbulbs blew out"; "The fuse blew"
burn out
To set a very fast pace
burn oneself out
get emotionally exhausted due to mental stress
burn-out
A brocade-like pattern effect created on the fabric through the application of a chemical, instead of color, during the burn-out printing process (Sulfuric acid, mixed into a colorless print paste, is the most common chemical used ) Many simulated eyelet effects can be created using this method In these instances, the chemical destroys the fiber and creates a hole in the fabric in a specific design, where the chemical comes in contact with the fabric The fabric is then over-printed with a simulated embroidery stitch to create the eyelet effect However, burn-out effects can also be created on velvets made of blended fibers, in which the ground fabric is of one fiber like a polyester, and the pile may be of a cellulosic fiber like rayon or acetate In this case, when the chemical is printed in a certain pattern, it destroys the pile in those areas where the chemical comes in contact with the fabric, but leave the ground fabric unharmed Return to Index
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Spinning of rear wheels at high RPM in water to heat and clean drive tire rubber prior to a run, resulting in increased traction
burnout
The point at which a rocket engine ceases to produce thrust; generally, the point at which all propellant has been burned
burnout
State of being bored or tired with exercise, frequently the result of overtraining or unvaried workouts Cross-training and rest are good remedies for burnout
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A general feeling of exhaustion that develops when an individual simultaneously experiences too much pressure and has too few sources of satisfaction (6)
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Exhaustion and lack of motivation often experienced by telephone sales representatives working long shifts without proper training or compensation
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A pot addict; one whose brains have been burned out
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spinning the rear tires in water to heat and clean them prior to a run for better traction A burnout precedes every run
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Changes in thoughts, emotions, and behavior as a result of extended job stress and unrewarded repetition of duties Burnout is seen as extreme dissatisfaction, pessimism, lowered job satisfaction, and a desire to quit
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– syndrome that manifests itself in symptoms of physical illness or fatigue, emotional exhaustion, a sense of failure in personal accomplishment, and depersonalization of social and professional interactions
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A counter-fire commenced from a natural or previously constructed firebreak for the purpose of fighting a fire Reference, the Forest and Rural Fires Act 1977
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physical and/or mental exhaustion, especially as a result of being overworked or from dissipation
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   This term is used most frequently in Finland to refer to job stressors and resulting mental health problems that may occur   It is defined as a three-dimensional syndrome, characterized by energy depletion (exhaustion), increased mental distance from one's job (cynicism) and reduced professional efficacy
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Emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment among those who work with people (14)
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A feeling of physical and mental exhaustion that may start from work stress, but eventually extend to many parts of one's life A feeling of physical and mental exhaustion that may start from work stress, but eventually extend to many parts of one's life
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{i} fatigue, exhaustion (resulting from overwork or prolonged stress); depression
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The heating of the ceramic foundry mold to eliminate all traces of wax, carbon, and water
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The experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest, especially in ones career
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Turning the front wheels of a stationary car, maxing the throttle, then releasing the clutch causing the rear wheels to spin and burn rubber
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A building that has been denuded of almost all combustible material Also refers to a burned wild land area
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An act or instance of fuel or oxidizer depletion or ideally, the simultaneous depletion of both
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Mortgage market phenomenon representing the tendency of mortgage pools to become less sensitive to interest rate as they tend to maturity The older the pool, the more burnt out is the sensitivity to interest rate changes
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If someone suffers burnout, they exhaust themselves at an early stage in their life or career because they have achieved too much too quickly
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A burnout is the act of spinning your back wheel, from either a stationary position causing the rubber on your back tyre to burnout out - or smoke, or whilst moving along at a slow speed Burnouts can take the form of Donuts, Rolling Burnouts, Stationary Burnouts, Figure of 8 Burnouts The longer you 'burnout' the more likely you are to wreck your back tyre - but its a good excuse to dispose of those old hard as nails tyres when you're ready to buy to new ones!
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Used to describe the effect the sun will have on exposed felt Usually in relation to a hole in a shake roof (i e the sun caused a burnout between shakes and it leaked)
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Emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment among those who work with people
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1 An act or instance of fuel or oxidant depletion or, ideally, the simultaneous depletion of both; the time at which this occurs Compare cutoff
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