detergent

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} deterjan

O, yanlışlıkla deterjan yuttu. - He swallowed detergent by mistake.

Kazayla deterjan içti. - He drank detergent by accident.

{s} temizleyici
(Tıp) Temizleyici (madde); deterjan
(sıfat) temizleyici
{i} temizlik maddesi
temizleyici madde
(Kimya) ağartıcı
açmalık
(Biyokimya) özdek
arıtıcı
(Denizbilim) temizleyici özdek
temizleme maddesi
detergent oil
temizleyici yağ
detergent power
yıkama gücü
detergent additive
(Otomotiv) yağ katkısı
detergent additives
deterjan katkıları
detergent agent
deterjan maddesi
detergent oils
(Askeri) TEMİZLEYİCİ YAĞLAR: İhtiraklı motorlarda, leke, pislik vesaire bırakmaması için içerisine bir eriyik ilave edilmiş yağlama yağları
detergent water
deterjanlı su
powder detergent
toz deterjan
synthetic detergent
(Coğrafya) syndet
anionic detergent
anyonik deterjan
dishwasher detergent
bulaşık makinası deterjanı
dry cleaning detergent
kuru temizleme deterjanı
laundry detergent
çamaşır deterjanı
detergents
deterjanlar
liquid detergent
deterjan (sıvı)
synthetic detergent
sentetik deterjan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Having the power to clean
Any non-soap cleaning agent, especially a synthetic surfactant
{n} a medicin which cleases
A surfactant that has cleaning properties in dilute solutions As commercial cleaning products, detergents are actually formulations containing a number of chemical components besides surfactants
A sythetic substance used for cleaning
a cleansing agent that differs from soap but can also emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension a surface-active chemical widely used in industry and laundering having cleansing power
A washing and cleaning agent with a composition other than soap Detergents unlike soaps are less sensitive to minerals in water
an additive in crankcase oils generally combined with dispersant additives A detergent chemically neutralizes acidic contaminants in the oil before they become insoluble and fall out of the oil, forming sludge Neutral or basic compounds are created which can remain in suspension in the oil DISPERSANTS operate to break up insoluble contaminant particles already formed Particles are kept finely divided so that they can remain "dispersed" or colloidally suspended in the oil
All detergents work in basically the same way They contain molecules that enable them to be soluble in water and attract oil and dirt to them These molecules clean by attracting themselves to dirt via the oleophilic (oil attracting) end The dirt is thereby surrounded by hydrophilic (water attracting) ends which allow it to be wetted and carried away by water Detergents molecules can remain in clothing causing them to attract water and diminish the water repellent properties of the garment Nikwax Tech-Wash is a non-detergent soap that does not leave a residue and actually removes the detergent residues from garments that have been washed in them
A substance which possesses cleansing or purging properties Soap and antiseptic, for example, are used to rid yarns and fabrics of dirt and soil
Synthetic washing agent that helps remove dirt and oil Some contain compounds which kill useful bacteria and encourage algae growth when they are in wastewater that reaches receiving waters
A substance added to a fuel or lubricant that helps keep engine parts clean
A synthetic analog of soap that contains a long, hydrophobic tail attached to a hydrophilic -SO3- or -OSO3- head
A surface active agent that possess the ability to clean soiled surfaces
an agent used for cleansing wounds of sepsis or dead matter
A chemical compound that reduces the surface tension of water, which promotes wetting and emulsification
lubricating oil additive-usually metal-organic chemicals-that help control varnish, ring zone deposits and rust in machines and internal combustion engines by keeping oil-insoluble materials in colloidal suspension, and in some cases by neutralizing acids A detergent is normally used in conjunction with a dispersant
important component of engine oils that helps control varnish, ring zone deposits, and rust by keeping insoluble particles in colloidal suspension and in some cases, by neutralizing acids A detergent is usually a metallic (commonly barium, calcium, or magnesium) compound, such as sulfonate, phosphonate, thiophosphonate, phenate, or salicylate Because of its metallic composition, a detergent leaves a slight ash when the oil is burned A detergent is normally used in conjunction with a dispersant See ash content
A soap-like emulsifer that contains a sulfate, SO3 or a phosphate group instead of a carboxylate group
A water-soluble cleansing agent, other than soap Dewater The separation of water from sludge, to produce a solid cake Diffuser A component of the ozone contacting system in an ozone generator that allows diffusion of an ozone containing gas
having cleansing power
A cleaning agent which aids in the removal of soil from surfaces
A detergent is a cleaning or wetting agent, classed as anionic if it has a negative charge and cationic if it has a positive charge
Synthetic washing agent that helps to remove dirt and oil Some contain compounds which kill useful bacteria and encourage algae growth when they are in wastewater that reaches receiving waters
Any substance that reduces the surface tension of water; specifically a surface-active-agent; also refers to a formulated cleaning product that contains surfactants, builders, and other additives
a surface-active chemical widely used in industry and laundering
a cleansing agent that differs from soap but can also emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension
Agent for loosening and removing residues and deposits from sliding surfaces
In lubrication, either an additive or a compounded lubricant having the property of keeping insoluble matter in suspension thus preventing its deposition where it would be harmful A detergent may also redisperse deposits already formed
A substance which cleanses the skin, as water or soap; a medicine to cleanse wounds, ulcers, etc
Detergent is a chemical substance, usually in the form of a powder or liquid, which is used for washing things such as clothes or dishes. a liquid or powder used for washing clothes, dishes etc (détergent, from tergere ). Any of various surfactants (substances that reduce surface tension) used to dislodge dirt from soiled surfaces and retain it in suspension, allowing it to be rinsed away. The term usually refers to synthetic substances and excludes soaps. The characteristic features of a molecule of any detergent are a hydrophilic (water-attracting) end and a hydrophobic (oil-attracting) end. In ionic detergents, the hydrophilic property is conferred by the ionized part of the molecule. In nonionic detergents, hydrophilicity is based on the presence of multiple hydroxyl groups or other hydrophilic groups. Besides those used in water to clean dishes and laundry, detergents that function in other solvents are used in lubricating oils, gasolines, and dry-cleaning solvents to prevent or remove unwanted deposits. They are also used as emulsifying agents (see emulsion)
Cleansing; purging
{s} purifying, making clean
A product designed to render, for example, oils and greases soluble in water, usually made from synthetic surfactants
a substance that is used for cleaning
{i} cleansing agent, substance which removes dirt and other impurities
a compound with a lipophilic tail and a hydrophilic head
(noun) a cleansing substance, especially a synthetic liquid that dissolves dirt and oil
anionic detergent
Any detergent in which the lipophilic part of the molecule is an anion; examples include soaps and sunthetic long-chain sulfates and sulfonates
cationic detergent
Any detergent in which the lipophilic part of the molecule is an cation; examples include long-chain quaternary ammonium compounds
Neutral Detergent Fiber
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Neutral Detergent Fiber (NDF) is the most common measure of fiber used for animal feed analysis, but it does’t represent a unique class of chemical compounds. NDF measures most of the structural components in plant cells (i.e., lignine, hemicellulose, and cellulose), but not pectin
A detergent
abluent
anionic detergent
a class of synthetic detergents in which the molecules do not ionize in aqueous solutions
cationic detergent
a class of synthetic detergents in which the surface-active part of the molecule is the cation
detergents
low-sudsing
detergents
plural of detergent
detergents
high-sudsing
dish-washing detergent
type of soap which is used when cleaning dishes and silverware
dishwasher detergent
a low-sudsing detergent designed for use in dishwashers
laundry detergent
any of various detergents designed for use in a washing machine for clothing
liquid detergent
a detergent in liquid form
liquid detergent
liquid soap, liquid cleansing agent
detergent

    Расстановка переносов

    de·ter·gent

    Турецкое произношение

    dîtırcınt

    Синонимы

    cleaner, solvent

    Произношение

    /dəˈtərʤənt/ /dɪˈtɜrʤənt/

    Слово дня

    meed
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