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descent
{i} düşme

Cehenneme düşmek kolaydır. - The descent to hell is easy.

descent
{i} iniş

Bayanlar ve baylar yakında inişimize başlamak üzereyiz. - Ladies and gentlemen, we are about to begin our descent.

Bir bebek iniş öncesinde inişe başlarken bir uçak şiddetli türbülansa çarptığında bir bebek annesinin kollarına atıldı. - A baby was flung out of its mother's arms when a plane hit severe turbulence while commencing its descent prior to landing.

descent
{i} alçalma

Uçak alçalmaya başladı. - The plane began its descent.

descent
inme

Honolulu için inmeye başlayacağız. - We're going to begin the descent for Honolulu.

descent
{i} köken
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{i} çöküş
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{i} nesil
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{i} soy
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(Havacılık) aşağı inmek
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alçalmak
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kan
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ani saldırı
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inişe
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miras kalma
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madene inme
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üşüşme
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anasoy
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dönüş
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baskın
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yokuş
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{i} on/upon inip -e saldırma; -e sökün etme; baskın
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harfin alt çıkıntısı
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sukut
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çullanma
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Harfin Kuyruğu
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(Tıp) Aşağıya inme, sarkma, prolapsus
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Harf Kuyruğu
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ahfat
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{i} iniş; alçalma; çökme
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yokuş aşağı
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baskın/soy/iniş
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plural of descent
bilateral descents
plural form of bilateral descent
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A sloping passage or incline

The descent into the cavern was wet and slippery.

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A drop to a lower status or condition

After that, the holiday went into a steep descent.

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the act of moving or going downward
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{n} a slope, invasion, family, birth, step
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Derivation, as from an ancestor; procedure by generation; lineage; birth; extraction
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Incursion; sudden attack; especially, hostile invasion from sea; often followed by upon or on; as, to make a descent upon the enemy
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the distance between the bottom of the line of text and the baseline, or the distance from the baseline to the bottom of the lowest glyph in a font
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The conveyance of property to those heirs of a deceased person as dictated by the laws of the jurisdiction when no will is left behind
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The act of descending, or passing downward; change of place from higher to lower
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properties attributable to your ancestry; "he comes from good origins"
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a downward slope or bend
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Lowest place; extreme downward place
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{i} going down; downward slope; lineage; sudden attack; handing down of property; act of lowering oneself morally
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An instance of descending
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the kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors
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With respect to estates, succession to ownership by inheritance; the passage of estate, upon the death of the owner, to heirs by law
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Progress downward, as in station, virtue, as in station, virtue, and the like, from a higher to a lower state, from a higher to a lower state, from the more to the less important, from the better to the worse, etc
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The cumulative transmission of genetic information across generations
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A descent is a surface that slopes downwards, for example the side of a steep hill. On the descents, cyclists spin past cars, freewheeling downhill at tremendous speed. ascent
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Acquisition of an estate by inheritance in which an heir succeeds to the property by operation of law
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You use descent to talk about a person's family background, for example their nationality or social status. All the contributors were of African descent. = origin, ancestry. System of acknowledged social parentage whereby a person may claim kinship ties with another. Descent systems vary widely. The practical importance of descent comes from its use as a means for individuals to assert rights, duties, privileges, or status. Descent has special influence when rights to succession, inheritance, or residence follow kinship lines. One method of limiting the recognition of kinship is to emphasize the relationship through one parent only. Such unilineal kinship systems are of two main types patrilineal systems, in which the relationships through the father are emphasized; and matrilineal systems, in which maternal relationships are stressed. These systems differ radically from cognatic systems, in which everyone has similar obligations to, and expectations from, both paternal and maternal kin. The cognatic system is somewhat vague and tends to characterize the more industrialized countries, in which individual rights and duties are increasingly defined institutionally or legally
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Acquiring property by inheritance when the deceased dies intestate
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In traditional typography the descent of a font was the distance from the bottom of a block of type to the baseline Its precise meaning in modern typograph seems to vary with different definers
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the act of changing your location in a downward direction
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Coming down from above Example: A lion in descent == with its head toward the base point and its heels toward one of the corners of the chief, as if in the act of leaping down from some high place
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emphasis When you want to emphasize that a situation becomes very bad, you can talk about someone's or something's descent into that situation. his swift descent from respected academic to struggling small businessman. = decline
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Lineage or hereditary derivation
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A way down
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going downward, as in: His descent from the airplane was much slower after he pulled the cord on his parachute
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Acquisition of property through inheritance laws when there is no will (when a person dies Interstate)
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As Determined by law, the person or persons in a line of secession who become owners of property after someone's death
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a movement downward
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A passing from a higher to a lower tone
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the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
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the act of changing your location in a downward direction a movement downward a downward slope or bend the kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors
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Any passage of title to property upon the death of the owner to those heirs, related by blood or marriage, whom the law designates
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That which is descended; descendants; issue
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A trip down a bobsled track
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Acquisition of property through inheritance laws when there is no will (when a person dies intestate)
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Transmission of an estate by inheritance, usually, but not necessarily, in the descending line; title to inherit an estate by reason of consanguinity
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Inclination downward; a descending way; inclined or sloping surface; declivity; slope; as, a steep descent
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A step or remove downward in any scale of gradation; a degree in the scale of genealogy; a generation
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A relationship defined by connection to an ancestor/ancestress through a culturally recognized sequence of parent-child links
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A descent is a movement from a higher to a lower level or position. the crash of an Airbus A300 on its descent into Kathmandu airport. ascent
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