decant

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Tıp) Bir sıvıyı tortusu dipte kalacak şekilde. bir kaba yavaşça boşaltmak
(şarap/vb.) bir kaptan diğerine aktarmak
boşaltmak
aktar
{f} dikkatle boşaltmak
{f} şişeden sürahiye boşaltmak
(Tıp) aktarmak
(Biyokimya) dökmek
decantation
tortusundan ayırma
decantation
süzme
Decanter
(Mühendislik) dekantör
decanter
durultucu
decantation
(Tıp) Sıvıyı tortusundan ayrılacak şekilde yavaşça boşaltma
decanter
{i} sürahi

Şarap sürahisinin hâlâ yarısı dolu. - The decanter is still half full.

decanter
{i} süzme kabı
decanter
{i} şarap sürahisi

Şarap sürahisinin hâlâ yarısı dolu. - The decanter is still half full.

decanter
aktarma kap
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение decant в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

decanting
şarabın sürahiye süzülerek tortularından arındırma işlemi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To pour off gently, as liquor, so as not to disturb the sediment; or to pour from one vessel into another; as, to decant wine
To remove a clone from its chamber, vat, or artificial womb
{v} to pour offor out, to tilt
To pour wine from its bottle to another container This is sometimes done to allow a wine to breathe
To draw off the upper layer of liquid after the heaviest material (a solid or other liquid) has settled
To draw off or remove The removal of water from the top of the water/solids slurry once settling of solids has occurred At the tailings storage facilities excess water is decanted and returned to the water treatment plant
If you decant a liquid into another container, you put it into another container. She always used to decant the milk into a jug. to pour liquid, especially wine, from one container into another decant sth into sth (decantare, from cantus )
Transfering wine from the bottle to another container Most often done to aerate the wine
{f} pour from one bottle to another; pour wine without disturbing dregs
pour out; "the sommelier decanted the wines"
Separation of a liquid from settled solids by removing the upper layer of liquid after the solids have settled
To carefully pour liquid into a second container to separate the residue
(1) To draw off the upper layer of liquid after the heaviest material (a solid or other liquid) has settled (2) To pour a liquid gently and carefully from one container to another so as not to disturb sediment ADVANCE \x 540
(verb) The act of pouring out a liquid, usually with the intent of leaving some of the liquid behind in the original container The act of decanting can also involve pouring the liquid portion off of the top of a precipitate that has settled to the bottom of a beaker
The pouring of wine (generally) from the bottle to another container, slowly, so any sediment remains in the bottle
To draw off the upper layer of liquid after the heaviest material (a solid or another liquid) has settled Source: US EPA
To gently pour a wine from one bottle to another so as not to disturb the sediment remaining in the bottom of the original bottle
To draw off the upper layer of liquid (water) after the heavier material (a solid or another liquid) has settled
pour out; "the sommelier decanted the wines
To draw off the upper layer of liquid after the heavier material (a solid or another liquid) has settled
To pour off gently from the top of a liquid so as not to allow sediment or solid material to leave the bottom of the container
To draw off the upper layer of liquid after the heaviest material (a solid or another liquid) has settled
Letting solids settle to the bottom and pouring off the liquid very carefully
To carefully pour liquid into a second container to separate residue
to pour a wine into a carafe (decanter) in order to set it apart from its crust and give it its balance back
decantation
The act of decanting the supernatant liquid from a solid sediment
decanter
a vessel for decanting liquor
decantation
{n} the act of decanting
decanter
{n} a glass vessel used for holding liquor
To decant
decantate
decantation
Drawing off the upper layer of a liquid after the heavier material (either solid or another liquid) has settled
decantation
Pouring or siphoning off a liquid from a predipitateor immiscible liquid as a partial means of separating the phases
decantation
Quietening down as preparation for lectio A preparatory time of focusing, of slowing down for prayer See also Focusing
decantation
The act of pouring off a clear liquor gently from its lees or sediment, or from one vessel into another
decanted
past of decant
decanter
A rectangular, steel tank in which tar and ammonia are separated by settling according to their differences in specific gravity
decanter
One who decants liquors
decanter
A decanter is a glass container that you use for serving wine, sherry, or port
decanter
A vessel used to decant liquors, or for receiving decanted liquors; a kind of glass bottle used for holding wine or other liquors, from which drinking glasses are filled
decanter
a receptacle for decanted liquor, especially a crystal bottle with a stopper
decanter
{i} bottle in which wine or liquors are kept (especially one made of crystal or cut glass)
decanter
A device for a separation operation in which a dispersion of immiscible liquids settles and coalesces forming two distinct layers
decanter
a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water
decanters
plural of decanter
decanting
Splitting of the clean wine of its deposit
decanting
To decant a wine into a carafe illuminated by a candle at the neck The idea behind decanting is to separate the sediment from the wine
decanting
The process of removing the sediment from a wine before drinking by carefully pouring wine from its bottle into another carafe or container
decanting
present participle of decant
decanting
{i} act of pouring out from one bottle or vessel to another; act of pouring wine without disturbing dregs
decanting
wine benefits from being poured into a special glass container This separates the liquid from any deposits that may be in the bottle It also exposes the wine to the atmosphere which allows it to 'open out' its bouquet and flavour
decanting
The process of moving the wine to another container, usually in order to separate the sediment from the clear wine
decanting
The process of pouring wine from its bottle to a carafe to separate the sediment from the wine Demi-sec : Sweeter than Brut Champagne Dosage : A combination of wine and cane sugar that is used in making Champagne Back
decanting
To remove the sediment from more aged wine by pouring the wine carefully into another bottle or decanter Also done to aerate the wine
decanting
Slowly and carefully pouring the wine from the bottle
decanting
A method by which cellar-aged bottled wine is poured slowly and carefully into a second vessel, usually a glass decanter, in order to leave any sediment in the original bottle before serving Almost always a treatment confined to red wines The traditional method uses a candle flame as the light for illuminating the neck of the bottle while the wine is passing by The low intensity of the light is ideal for viewing since it does not strain the eyes Care must be taken NOT to allow the flame to heat the wine while performing this ritual
decanting
Pouring a wines directly from its bottle in a jug, in order to separate it of its sediment and to oxygenate it and liberate its aromas
decanting
A process for separating the sediment from a wine before drinking Accomplished by slowly and carefully pouring the wine from its bottle into another container Also used to air a young wine that is a little closed
decanting
Separates the sediment from the drinkable liquid by carefully pouring off the liquid into another container or decanter
decants
third-person singular of decant
decant

    Расстановка переносов

    de·cant

    Турецкое произношение

    dıkänt

    Синонимы

    pour off, pour out, draft, empty

    Произношение

    /dəˈkant/ /dəˈkænt/

    Этимология

    [ di-'kant, dE- ] (transitive verb.) 1633. New Latin decantare, from Latin de- + Medieval Latin cantus edge, from Latin, iron ring round a wheel; more at CANT.

    Времена

    decants, decanting, decanted

    Слово дня

    dissert
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