digest

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
hazmetmek
sindirmek
özümsemek
(Bilgisayar) düzenlenmiş posta listesi
özümlemek
(Bilgisayar) düzenlenmiş makale listesi
parçalamak
öğütmek
yumuşatmak
(Tıp) dijest
(Bilgisayar) özümleme
{f} sindirilmek
özet

Savaş ve Barışın özetini okudu. - She read the digest of War and Peace.

kavramak
kafada şekillendirmek
{f} sindir

Peynir kolayca sindirilmez. - Cheese doesn't digest easily.

İnsanın sindirim sisteminde milyonlarca yararlı organizma yaşamaktadır. - Millions of beneficial organisms live in the human digestive tract.

{i} derleme
{f} parçalanmak
kavra/sindiril/sindir
{f} özümlemek, özümsemek: I've read the poem, but I haven't yet digested it. Şiiri okudum fakat henüz
kazai içtihatlardan çıkarılan kuralların toplamı
{f} hazmolmak
{i} seçme
{f} katlanmak
hulâsa
düzenlemek
dayanmak
sındırılmak
digestion
{i} sindirim

Doğal bir diyet, insan sindirimi için uygundur. - A natural diet is suitable for human digestion.

Şarap sindirime yardımcı olur. - Wine helps with digestion.

digest, n
N sindirmek
digestive
{s} sindirim

İnsanın sindirim sisteminde milyonlarca yararlı organizma yaşamaktadır. - Millions of beneficial organisms live in the human digestive tract.

digestion
hazım
digestion
sindirme
digestive
hazmettirici
digester
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) pişirme kazanı
digester
çürütücü
digestion
(Jeoloji) çürüme
digestion
(Çevre) çürüme ve çürütme
digestion
(Tıp) parçalama
digestion
(Tıp) dijesyon
digestion
(Denizbilim) çürütme
digestive
(Tıp) sindirim sistemi
digestive
(Gıda) hazmı kolaylaştırıcı
digestive
(Tıp) sindirici
digestive
sindirime ait
digests
(Kanun) külliyatlar
easy to digest
(Gıda) hazmı kolay
digester
sindirici
digestive
sindirimsel
digestive
sindirimi kolaylaştırıcı
digestive
sindirimi kolay
digested
sindirilmiş
digesting
sindiriş
soap opera digest
pembe dizi özeti
to digest
sindire
to digest
Hazmı
Department of Defense Intelligence Digest
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı İstihbarat Raporu
digester
sindirici şey
digester
hazmettirici şey
digester
sıkı kapanan bir çeşit kimya kazan
digestion
kavrama
digestion
hazım gücü
digestion
özümseme
digestion
ısı ile yumuşatma
digestive
hazmettirici ilaç
digestive
{i} sindirimi kolaylaştıran ilaç
digestive
sindirimle ilgili
digestive
sindirimi düzenleyen
digestive
hazma ait
digestive
{s} sindirimi kolaylaştıran
digestive
(Biyoloji) dijestif
digestive
digestive system sindirim sistemi
digestive
midevi
digestive
(isim) hazmettirici ilaç
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged; a summary of laws

the United States Digest.

To think over and arrange methodically in the mind; to reduce to a plan or method; to receive in the mind and consider carefully; to get an understanding of; to comprehend
To soften by heat and moisture; to expose to a gentle heat in a boiler or matrass, as a preparation for chemical operations
Any collection of articles, as an Internet mailing list "digest" including a week's postings, or a magazine arranging a collection of writings

Reader's Digest is published monthly.

To undergo digestion; as, food digests well or ill
That which is digested; especially, that which is worked over, classified, and arranged under proper heads or titles
To distribute or arrange methodically; to work over and classify; to reduce to portions for ready use or application

to digest laws.

To separate (the food) in its passage through the alimentary canal into the nutritive and nonnutritive elements; to prepare, by the action of the digestive juices, for conversion into blood; to convert into chyme
{v} to dissolve, set in oder, arrange, cleanse
{n} a volume or collection of laws, a system
To ripen; to mature
A manner in which messages to a list server mailing list can be automatically consolidated into one e-mail (the digest) and sent to the list subscribers periodically
A case finding tool A digest is very much like an index to reported cases It provides brief, unconnected statements of court holdings on points of law, which are arranged by subject and may be subdivided by jurisdiction and courts
convert food into absorbable substances; "I cannot digest milk products
Many lists offer their subscribers the option of receiving all of the posts (messages) from one day as one message (a digest) Advantages of this include faster download time (some of the hidden header information from individual messages is not included in the digest), the ability to save the digest as a file and search for keywords using a word processor allowing you to read only those messages that are of interest, and the fact that all messages from one list are grouped together rather than interspersed with other email you receive throughout the day The disadvantages are that unless your email reader is equipped with a digest burster, 1) wading through dozens of messages (and their strange, cryptic headers) can be confusing and frustrating; and 2) it is not possible to "press the reply button" and automatically reply to a given message as you could if the messages were received individually
The digest is a collection of all the messages posted in one day all combined into one message Most lists have a digest version
A compilation of messages that have been posted to a mailing list over the last few days
A collection of messages from a mailing list, concatenated into one longer message
A digest is a collection of pieces of writing. They are published together in a shorter form than they were originally published. the Middle East Economic Digest. a short piece of writing that gives the most important facts from a book, report etc
soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture
A compendium of the messages sent to a list The digest is usually mailed out when the size of accumulated messages reaches a certain size If you wish to create a digested list, please contact [email protected] umbc edu
To cut DNA molecules with one or more restriction endonucleases
A single file or mail message that contain many individual messages or postings Often used in conjunction with a mail list or Usenet newsgroup
{i} summary, abstract; file containing all of the messages sent in a discussion group or in an Internet mailing list (Computers)
The term is applied in a general sense to the Pandects of Justinian (see Pandect), but is also specially given by authors to compilations of laws on particular topics; a summary of laws; as, Comyn's Digest; the United States Digest
To distribute or arrange methodically; to work over and classify; to reduce to portions for ready use or application; as, to digest the laws, etc
An email message containing several postings to a mailing list Lists often inundate members with postings, and digests help people with less time keep up
Any collection of articles, as an Internet mailing list "digest" including a weeks postings, or a magazine arranging a collection of writings
When food digests or when you digest it, it passes through your body to your stomach. Your stomach removes the substances that your body needs and gets rid of the rest. Do not undertake strenuous exercise for a few hours after a meal to allow food to digest She couldn't digest food properly Nutrients from the digested food can be absorbed into the blood
a function used to assign a unique identifier
arrange and integrate in the mind; "I cannot digest all this information"
A compilation of messages that have been posted to a mailing list during the past few days
An index or compilation of abstracts of reported cases into one, set forth under proper law topic headings or titles and usually in alphabetical arrangement
a periodical that summarizes the news soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture make more concise; "condense the contents of a book into a summary"
If you digest information, you think about it carefully so that you understand it. They learn well but seem to need time to digest information
To dispose to suppurate, or generate healthy pus, as an ulcer or wound
soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture systematize, as by classifying and summarizing; "the government digested the entire law into a code"
That which is digested; especially, that which is worked over, classified, and arranged under proper heads or titles A compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged
soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture
A single message that contains multiple individual postings to a mailing list or newsgroup
a block of several messages contained in one, usually grouped by time, and usually moderated, from a Usenet newsgroup or an Internet e-mail discussion list
Commonly used to refer to the output of a hash function, e g message digest refers to the hash of a message
put up with something or somebody unpleasant; "I cannot bear his constant criticism"; "The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks"; "he learned to tolerate the heat"; "She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage"
A U S military and NATO data transfer standard, best known as the format for the Digital Map of the World, which is in the Defense Mapping Agency's Vector Product Format (DIGEST-A)
Prepared by the Legislative Counsel, it summarizes the effect of the proposed bill on current law It appears on the first page of every printed measure
systematize, as by classifying and summarizing; "the government digested the entire law into a code"
a periodical that summarizes the news
something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)
The brief measure summary found at the top of a bill The digest is written by Legislative Counsel
To quiet or abate, as anger or grief
{f} break down and absorb (food); be broken down and absorbed (food); consider, assimilate
index to case law arranged by subjects, and case name including brief paragraphs giving the holding of the courts
make more concise; "condense the contents of a book into a summary"
Prepared by the Legislative Counsel, it summarizes the effect of a proposed bill on current law It appears on the first page of the printed bill
Hence: To bear comfortably or patiently; to be reconciled to; to brook
To suppurate; to generate pus, as an ulcer
convert food into absorbable substances; "I cannot digest milk products"
A single file or mail message that contain many individual messages or postings Often used in conjunction with a listserv or Usenet newsgroup
If you digest some unpleasant news, you think about it until you are able to accept it and know how to deal with it. All this has upset me. I need time to digest it all
This is how our body gets energy and nutrients from the food we eat
Data that has been organized into a format that provides for quick access to each piece of data
become assimilated into the body; "Protein digests in a few hours"
To appropriate for strengthening and comfort
Reader's Digest version
An abridged or compressed, concise version
Reader's Digest versions
plural form of Reader's Digest version
digestion
The processing of decay in organic matter assisted by microorganisms
digestion
The assimilation and understanding of ideas
digestive
a substance that aids digestion
digester
{n} a person who or that which digests, a vessel to confine elastic vapors
digestion
{n} a dissolvin of food in the stomach
digestive
{a} causing digestion, methodifing
Digesting
digerent
Digestion
digesture
Digestion
disgestion
Digestion
coction
Family Digest Magazine
monthly American magazine for black women (covers topics related to marriage, family life, careers, etc.)
Reader's Digest
a magazine containing short articles and stories on many different subjects, which is produced in many different languages and in separate editions in the UK and the US. U.S.-based monthly magazine. Founded by DeWitt and Lila Wallace, it was first published in 1922 as a digest of articles of topical interest and entertainment value condensed from other periodicals. From 1934 it published condensed versions of current books; later it began publishing books containing original material. Though initially conceived as an impartial journal, the Digest has tended to reflect its publishers' generally conservative outlook. It probably has the largest circulation of any periodical in the world, appearing in dozens of editions and a wide variety of languages worldwide
Reader's Digest
monthly American magazine that reprints articles from other publications in a shortened form
Soap Opera Digest
weekly American magazine devoted to daytime television dramas and the actors and actresses
digested
capable of undergoing digestion; "a supply of easily digested foods
digested
capable of undergoing digestion; "a supply of easily digested foods"
digester
A medicine or an article of food that aids digestion, or strengthens digestive power
digester
A tank or vessel used for sludge digestion
digester
{i} one who digests food; digestive aid; device in which substances are softened or disintegrated
digester
The reaction vessel in which wood chips or other plant materials are cooked with chemical to separate fiber by dissolving lignin
digester
One who digests
digester
A strong closed vessel, in which bones or other substances may be subjected, usually in water or other liquid, to a temperature above that of boiling, in order to soften them
digester
An airtight vessel or enclosure in which bacteria decomposes biomass in water to produce biogas
digester
A closed tank for wastewater treatment, in which bacterial action is induced to break down organic matter
digester
autoclave consisting of a vessel in which plant or animal materials are digested
digester
In wastewater treatment, a closed tank; in solid-waste conversion, a unit in which bacterial action is induced and accelerated in order to break down organic matter and establish the proper carbon to nitrogen ratio
digester
A cylindrical or spherical vessel used to treat cellulosic materials with chemicals under elevated pressure and temperature, so as to produce pulp for papermaking
digesting
present participle of digest
digestion
A loose term referring to the treatment that is undergone in a septic tank or pit It is the action of breaking the sewage down into solids, liquids, and gases BACK TO PAGE
digestion
The process, in the gastrointestinal tract, by which food is converted into substances that can be utilized by the body
digestion
The biochemical decomposition of organic matter, resulting in partial gasification, liquefaction, and mineralization of pollutants
digestion
The breakdown of food by the digestive enzymes: proteins are broken down to amino acids, starch to glucose, fats to glycerol and fatty acids These breakdown products are then absorbed into the bloodstream
digestion
Changing food into a form the body can use
digestion
how the body breaks down food and uses it for energy, cell repair, and growth Starts in the mouth, continues in the stomach and small intestine, and is completed in the large intestine The liver and pancreas add enzymes and juices that aid in this process
digestion
process by which large insoluble food molecules are broken into smaller, soluble food molecules by enzymes in the gut
digestion
Generation of pus; suppuration
digestion
Digestion is the process of digesting food. No liquids are served with meals because they interfere with digestion
digestion
{i} process by which the body breaks down and absorbs food
digestion
The ability to use this process
digestion
Your digestion is the system in your body which digests your food. Process of dissolving and chemically converting food for absorption by cells. In the mouth, food is chewed, mixed with saliva, which begins to break down starches, and kneaded by the tongue into a ball for swallowing. Peristalsis propels it through the esophagus and the rest of the alimentary canal. In the stomach, food mixes with acid and enzymes, which further break it down. The mixture, called chyme, enters the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine. Bile from the liver breaks up fat globules. Enzymes from the pancreas and intestinal glands act on specific molecules, breaking carbohydrates down into simple sugars, proteins into amino acids, and fats into glycerol and fatty acids. These products are absorbed by the bloodstream. Indigestible substances, such as fibre, pass into the large intestine, where water and ions are reabsorbed and feces held for excretion
digestion
the biochemical decomposition of organic matter which results in the formation of mineral compounds and simple organic compounds
digestion
The result of this process
digestion
the organic process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed into the body the process of decomposing organic matter (as in sewage) by bacteria or by chemical action or heat
digestion
the process of decomposing organic matter (as in sewage) by bacteria or by chemical action or heat
digestion
The act or process of digesting; reduction to order; classification; thoughtful consideration
digestion
learning and coming to understand ideas and information; "his appetite for facts was better than his digestion"
digestion
The biochemical decomposition of organic matter which results in the formation of mineral and simpler organic compounds
digestion
The biochemical decomposition of organic matter using anaerobic bacteria, which results in the formation of simpler and less offensive compounds
digestion
The conversion of food, in the stomach and intestines, into soluble and diffusible products, capable of being absorbed by the blood
digestion
(biocon) The process by which ORGANIC MATTER is decomposed by the action of ANAEROBIC BACTERIA, producing METHANE and high-grade fertilizer F - digestion S - digestion
digestion
The process of heating a sample to solubilize it and free the analyte[s] For example, strong acids and oxidizing agents [e g HNO3] are usually used to remove metal ions from organic species to which they may be bound
digestion
The process of breaking food down into smaller nutrients when can then be absorbed into the body
digestion
the organic process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed into the body
digestion
learning and coming to understand ideas and information; "his appetite for facts was better than his digestion" the organic process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed into the body the process of decomposing organic matter (as in sewage) by bacteria or by chemical action or heat
digestion
The breakdown of food molecules into smaller ones
digestion
Body process in which food is broken down so that it may be utilized for energy production or storage
digestion
As a waste treatment process, refers to the breakdown of organic matter in a water solution or suspension into simpler or more biologically stable compounds, or both In anaerobic digestion organic matter may be decomposed to soluble organic acids or alcohols, then converted to gases such as methane and carbon dioxide
digestion
The breaking down of foodstuffs in the body into a form that can be absorbed and used or excreted
digestion
the conversion of food into a form that can be absorbed by the body
digestive
Affects digestive system and nutrition due to its ability to promote or aid digestion  
digestive
an agent that stimulates the digestive process
digestive
relating to or having the power to cause or promote digestion; "digestive juices"; "a digestive enzyme"; "digestive ferment
digestive
Pertaining to digestion; having the power to cause or promote digestion; as, the digestive ferments
digestive
of, relating to, or functioning in digestion
digestive
You can describe things that are related to the digestion of food as digestive. digestive juices that normally work on breaking down our food. connected with the process of digestion digestive system/organs/juices etc
digestive
A tonic
digestive
relating to or having the power to cause or promote digestion; "digestive juices"; "a digestive enzyme"; "digestive ferment"
digestive
aids digestion, usually by providing enzymes from various sources
digestive
{i} substance that aids digestion; (British) round slightly sweet cracker that are made out of wholemeal flour (similar to graham cracker)
digestive
having the power to cause or promote digestion
digestive
Aids digestion
digestive
A substance which, when applied to a wound or ulcer, promotes suppuration
digestive
That which aids digestion, as a food or medicine
digestive
{s} pertaining to digestion; promoting digestion (process by which the body breaks down and absorbs food)
digestive
Improving digestion
digests
third-person singular of digest
digests
plural of , digest
easy to digest
breaks down easily in the digestive system
hard to digest
not easily broken down by the digestive system
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Digestion
(Tıp) Sindirim.Vücudun Enerji,Büyüme ve Hücre yenileme ihtiyaçları için yiyecekleri parçalama,öğütme ve Barsaklarda emilmek üzere basit hale getirme işlemi
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