combustible

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yanar
yanıca
kolayca tutuşabilir
yanabilir
tutuşturucu
parlamaya hazır
{i} yakıt
{i} yanıcı madde
heyecanlı/yanıcı
{s} yanıcı
{i} kolay tutuşan madde
kolay tutuşan şey
{s} tutuşucu
tutuşabilir
kolay tutuşan
combustible gas
(Kimya,Teknik) yanıcı gaz
combustible material
yanıcı madde
combustible building materials
(İnşaat) yanıcı yapı gereçleri
combustible dust
yanıcı toz
combustible gas detector
yanma gazı dedektörü
combustible gas indicator
yanıcı gaz göstergesi
combustible material
yanıcı gereç
combustible matter
yanabilen madde
combustible mixture
yanıcı karışım
combustible products
(Askeri) parlayıcı
combustible target
(Askeri) yanabilir hedef
combustible target
(Askeri) YANABİLİR HEDEF: Yapısı itibariyle yanmaya veya tutuşmaya müsait hedef
combustibility
(Askeri) tutuşma kabiliyeti
combustibility
(Askeri) parlama kabiliyeti
combustibility
yanabilirlik
combustibility
yanma
combustibility
yanabilme
non combustible
yanmaz
combustibility
tutuşma
combustibility
yanarlık
combustibility
(Askeri) TUTUŞMA KABİLİYETİ; PARLAMA KABİLİYETİ: Malzemenin depolamada nispi parlama kabiliyeti şu şekilde tarif edilir; tehlikeli (hazardous) Ya bizzat veya ambalajlarıyla ateş almaya ve yangının yoğunlaşıp süratle yayılmasına müsait malzeme; orta (moderate) - Yangının alevlenmesine yardımcı olacak mahiyetteki malzeme; düşük (low) - Kendiliğinden ateş almayacak, fakat, ambalajlarıyla birlikte, yangının alevlenmesine yardım edecek mahiyetteki malzeme; parlamaz, tutuşmaz (non-combustibility); ne kendiliğinden ateş alacak, ne de parlamaya yardımcı olacak mahiyetteki malzeme ve ambalajlar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A material that is capable of burning
Capable of burning

Dumping fertilizer on top of whatever mysterious goop was in the storage tank created a combustible mix which caught on fire.

{a} that will easily take fire or burn
a substance that can be burned to provide heat or power capable of igniting and burning
A substance that may be set on fire, or which is liable to take fire and burn
Capable of igniting and burning
{s} burns easily, highly flammable
Easily kindled or excited; quick; fiery; irascible
According to the DOT and NFPA, combustible liquids are those having a flash point at or above 100EF (37 8EC), or liquids that will burn They do not ignite as easily as flammable liquids However, combustible liquids can be ignited under certain circumstances, and must be handled with caution Substances such as wood, paper, etc , are termed "Ordinary Combustibles "
Able to catch on fire and burn The National Fire Protection Association and the U S Department of Transporation generally define a "combustible liquid" as having a flash point of l00 degrees F (37 8 degrees C) or higher (see Flash Point)
Able to burn
A term used by NFPA, DOT, and others to classify certain liquids that will burn, on the basis of flash points Both NFPA, and DOT generally define "combustible liquids" as having a flash point of 100oF (37 8oC) or higher but below 200oF (93 3oC) Also see "flammable " Non-liquid substances such as wood and paper are classified as "ordinary combustibles" by NFPA
Refers to any liquid with a flash point at or above 100 degrees F (37 5 degrees C)
A combustible material or gas catches fire and burns easily. The ability of coal to release a combustible gas has long been known. = inflammable. able to burn easily combustible material/gas etc
A term used by NFPA, DOT and others to classify certain liquids that will burn, on the basis of flash points Both NFPA and DOT generally define "combustible liquids" as having a flash point of 100°F ( 37 8°C) or higher but below 200°F (93 3°C) Also see "flammable " Non-liquid substances such as wood and paper are classified as "ordinary combustibles" by NFPA
Able to ignite at 100°F or above
A term used by NFPA, DOT, and others to classify certain liquids that will burn, on a basis of flash points Both NFPA and DOT generally define combustible liquids as having a flash point of 100oF (37 8oC) or higher See also Flammable Nonliquid substances such as wood and paper are classified as ordinary combustibles by NFPA
Capable of taking fire and burning; apt to catch fire; inflammable
A substance with a flash point of 100°F (38°C) or higher
A term the NFPA, DOT, and others use to classify certain materials with low flash points that ignite easily Both NFPA and DOT generally define combustible liquids as having a flash point of 100° F (38° C) or higher The NFPA classifies nonliquid materials such as wood and paper as ordinary combustibles OSHA defines combustible liquids within the Hazard Communication Law as any liquid with a flash point at or above 100° F (38° C) but below 200° F (93 3° C)
A material having a flashpoint higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit
Something that catches fire and burns easily; a characteristic of chaparral ecology
According to the DOT and NFPA, COMBUSTIBLE liquids are those having a flash point at or above 100deg F (37 8deg C), or liquids that will burn They do not ignite as easily as flammable liquids However, combustible liquids can be ignited under certain circumstances, and must be handled with caution Substances such as wood, paper, etc , are termed "Ordinary Combustibles "
A term referring to the general classification of certain liquids that will burn and have a flash point of 37 8 degrees C (100 degrees F) to 93 3 degrees C (200 degrees F)
{i} explosive, something which burns easily, highly flammable substance
A combustible liquid or an "Ordinary Combustible" such as wood, paper, etc
Various materials in the waste stream which are burnable, such as paper, plastic, lawn clippings, leaves, and other organic materials
a substance that can be burned to provide heat or power
burnable
combustibility
{n} the quality of taking fire and burning
Combustibility
combustibleness
combustibility
The quality of being combustible
combustibility
{i} inflammability, state of being easily set on fire
combustibility
The state of being combustible
combustibles
plural of combustible
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Определение combustible в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

volatile combustible matter
vcm
combustible
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