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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Askeri) yapışkanlık
uyum içinde olma
(Dilbilim) tutarlılık
(Biyokimya) yanaşım
(Havacılık) bitişme
(Askeri) tutarlık
türdeş yapışma
(İnşaat) kaynaşma
(Kimya) içyapışkanlık
birbirini tutma
{i} birleşme
cohesiveness bağlılık
(Diş Hekimliği) maddenin moleküllerini birleştiren kuvet; yapışma
(Tıp) Bir maddeyi oluşturan moleküller arasındaki çekim kuvveti (Moleküllerin birbirine tutunmasını sağlar)
(Tıp) Yapışma, ayrı olması gereken iki şeyin birbirine yapışması
{i} bağlılık
cohesive bağlı
(Avrupa Birliği) uyum
{i} fiz. kohezyon
yapışık olarak
cohesively bağlılıkla
anlam bütünlüğü
(Hukuk) bağlaşıklık

Ona tutarlılık diyoruz. - That's what we call consistency.

Ben fosforik asitin Hindistan cevizi yağı ile aynı renk ve tutarlılıkta olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think phosphoric acid has the same color and consistency as coconut oil.

cohesion curve
kohezyon eğrisi
cohesion strength
kohezyon gücü
cohesion, sticking together, union
uyum, birlikte sendika yapıştırma
cohesion, tenacity
uyum, azim
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
uyum-yapışma-gerilim teorisi
cohesion energy
(Nükleer Bilimler) yapışma enerjisi
cohesion force
kohezyon kuvveti
coherence, cohesion, sequence
tutarlılık, uyum, sekans
(Kimya) kıvamlılık
yoğunluk (sıvı)
(Felsefe) bağlam
degree of cohesion
kohezyon derecesi
territorial cohesion
bölgesel uyum
territorial cohesion
ülkesel uyum
apparent cohesion
görünür kohezyon

Senin şekerli çöreklerinin kauçuk kıvamına sahip olduğunu söylediğim için üzgünüm. - I'm sorry to say that your madeleines have the consistency of rubber.

kaynaştırıcı şekilde
having cohesion
uyumu olan
social cohesion
sosyal uyum
apparent cohesion
görünen koheziyon
available cohesion
kabul edilen kohezyon
kohesaf olarak
birleşik bir şekilde
uyumlu bir halde
yapışmış bir halde
{i} katılık
(Mukavele) tutarlık, uyum, ahenk
{i} tutarlık, tutarlılık, insicam
(Tıp) Kıvam, herhangi bir maddenin koyuluk veya sertlik derecesi
true cohesion
hakiki kohezyon
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
the growing together of normally distinct parts of a plant
the various intermolecular forces that hold solids and liquids together
the degree to which different modules in a computing system are functionally dependent on others
the state of cohering, or of sticking together
{i} cohering, sticking together, act of uniting; union
{n} a state of union, a close connexion
The molecular attraction by which the particles of a body are united throughout the mass, whether like or unlike, (see adhesion)
The propensity of a single substance to adhere to itself The internal attraction of molecular particles toward each other The ability to resist partition of itself The force holding a single substance together
That from of attraction by which the particles of a body are united throughout the mass, whether like or unlike; distinguished from adhesion, which unites bodies by their adjacent surfaces
The ability of the adhesive to resist splitting Good cohesion is necessary for clean removal
The act or state of sticking together; close union
Cohesion is the ability to stick together
Requires that each module is designed to perform a single-well-defined function, and the function is completely contained in the module
A description of the strength of association of the contained data and function A class has strong relationships among its operations
Logical agreement and dependence; as, the cohesion of ideas
The internal resistance of individual soil particles to separate from one another
When the particles of a substance are bonded throughout its mass
Force holding a solid or liquid together, owing to attraction between like molecules
the state of cohering or sticking together
The force of attraction between like molecules
The forces which bind the particles of a paint film together into a continuous film
(1) mutual attraction of elements that bind the particles of an ink or varnish film together; (2) the ability of an adhesive to resist splitting; (3) the forces holding a single substance together
(botany) the process in some plants of parts growing together that are usually separate (such as petals)
A bonding together of a single substance to itself Internal adhesion
If there is cohesion within a society, organization, or group, the different members fit together well and form a united whole. By 1990, it was clear that the cohesion of the armed forces was rapidly breaking down
Molecular attraction which holds two particles together
The state or process by which the particles of a body or substance are bound together
the force between like molecules
Cohesion refers to the strength of the material to support itself As opposed to adhesion (see) Adhesion failure happens when one layer delaminates from another, cohesion failure is when the delamination occurs within a material
The force of attraction between molecules of the same substance See adhesion
Propensity of a single substance to adhere to itself; the internal attraction of molecular particles to each other; the ability to resist partition from a bulk substance; the force holding a substance together
Mutual attraction by which the elements or particles of a body or substance are held together
(kohesjon): unity in a text, usually as regards form A study of cohesion is concerned with the links between clauses and sentences which help us interpret a series of sentences as a coherent text While the term coherence usually refers to the thematic unity of a text, cohesion usually refers to the explicit linguistic marking of such unity, e g by means of cohesive ties (see below)
The force or attraction between molecules of the same substance See adhesion
(physics) the intermolecular force that holds together the molecules in a solid or liquid
(physics) the intermolecular force that holds together the molecules in a solid or liquid (botany) the process in some plants of parts growing together that are usually separate (such as petals)
This is an important idea to understand and it can be difficult at first - the penny needs to drop! Many patterns of words exhibit a quality known as cohesion This means that they are coherent - they can be seen to act not as individual words but as a single unit, e g 'inside out', 'at three o'clock', 'the awful creature', 'has been eating', 'in a traditional manner' These examples of coherent groups are all phrases, but clauses and sentences are also coherent At levels larger than the sentence, in a discourse or text, the reader or listener also needs to be able to link the different sentences and paragraphs (or stanzas in a poem, etc) in a logical way This is achieved by many linguistic means including graphology, semantics, pragmatics, narrative structure, tone, lists, pronouns, proper nouns, repetition of either logical or similar ideas, use of synonyms, and so on
The principle or process by which a homogeneous substance is held together, intrinsically by primary or secondary valence forces, as opposed to repulsion
Tendency of a single substance to adhere to itself Also, the force holding a single substance together
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
theory concerning capillary action

Or, as Ares said, the only thing the gods had to fear was dissent amongst their ranks… they needed cohesure, or it fell apart.

in a cohesive manner (cohering, sticking together, act of uniting; union)
In a cohesive manner
social cohesion
tendency of individuals in a group to bond with one another

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    attachment, adherence, coherence




    /kōˈhēᴢʜən/ /koʊˈhiːʒən/


    [ kO-'hE-zh&n ] (noun.) 1660. Latin cohaesus, past participle of cohaerEre.

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