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dome
{i} kubbe

On aylık çok sıkı bir çalışmadan sonra, bazen ısıtılmamış bir kubbede gece boyunca çalışarak, Clyde Tombaugh Pluto adını verdiği bir nesne keşfetti. - After ten months of very hard work, sometimes working through the night in an unheated dome, Clyde Tombaugh discovered an object he named Pluto.

dome
kümbet
dome
konak
dome
(Jeoloji) doma
dome
kapak kitap
dome
dom

Hiç Tokyo Dome'de bulundun mu? - Have you ever been to the Tokyo Dome?

Tokyo Dome için telefon numarası nedir? - What's the number for the Tokyo Dome?

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(Askeri) Bak. "spray dome"
dome
tepe
dome
tepe zirvesi
dome
büyük ve güzel ev
dome
kubbe şekli vermek
dome
kafa/saray/kubbe
dome
{i} kapak (kitap)
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kubbe ile örtmek
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kubbe biçimindeki tabii oluşum
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{i} dosya kapağı
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başın üst kısmı
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of, or relating to an astrological house
Pertaining to a house
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Anything shaped like an upset bowl, often used as a cover, e.g. a cake dome
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A common structural element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere
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Slang for head
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{n} an arched roof, cupola, building, house
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A steep-sided mass of viscous (doughy) lava extruded from a volcanic vent, often circular in plane view and spiny, rounded, or flat on top Its surface is often rough and blocky as a result of fragmentation of the cooler, outer crust during growth of the dome
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The top part of the insulator
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The high, central stable portion of an ice sheet with low rates of accumulation and slow ice movement
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A hemispherical roof; in Ukrainian churches, the shape is varied to the characteristic Baroque "onion" shape Symbolizes the heavens
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A prism formed by planes parallel to a lateral axis which meet above in a horizontal edge, like the roof of a house; also, one of the planes of such a form
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A round or oval bulge on the Earth's surface, containing the oldest section of rock in its raised, central part See also basin drainage basin The area from which water flows into a stream Also called a watershed
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An uplifted area of sedimentary rocks with a downward dip in all directions; often caused by molten rock material pushing upward from below The sediments have often eroded away, exposing the rocks that resulted when the molten material cooled
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- A closure which has a rounded top surface
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A structure consisting of a partial sphere (usually about half of a sphere) used to enclose space Domes are commonly used for homes, greenhouses, or to enclose equipment such as radar
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a stadium that has a roof
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A curved roof structure, more or less hemispherical in shape, covering an area
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An arched roof or ceiling of even curvature erected on a circular or square base Domes can be segmented, semicircular, pointed or bulbous Often decorated with stained or painted glass Adds light, color and drama to a room or foyer
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a vertical shaft in a cave as viewed from the bottom; formed by water dripping or flowing straight down through vertical cracks See pit
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Any erection resembling the dome or cupola of a building; as the upper part of a furnace, the vertical steam chamber on the top of a boiler, etc
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A rounded forehead
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round shaped vault It may be laid over a tambour, wells or sprandels
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A dome is any object that has a similar shape to a dome. the dome of the hill. In architecture, a hemispherical structure evolved from the arch, forming a ceiling or roof. Domes first appeared on round huts and tombs in the ancient Middle East, India, and the Mediterranean in forms, such as solid mounds, adaptable only to the smallest buildings. The Romans introduced the large-scale masonry hemisphere. A dome exerts thrust all around its perimeter, and the earliest monumental examples (see Pantheon) required heavy supporting walls. Byzantine architects invented a technique for raising domes on piers, making the transition from a cubic base to the hemisphere by four pendentives. Bulbous or pointed domes were widely used in Islamic architecture. The design spread to Russia, where it gained great popularity in the form of the onion dome, a pointed, domelike roof structure. The modern geodesic dome, developed by R. Buckminster Fuller, is fabricated of lightweight triangular framing that distributes stresses within the structure itself. Dome of the Rock salt dome Teapot Dome scandal
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A hemispherical vault
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1 structural geology An uplift that is circular or elliptical in map view, with beds dipping away in all directions from a central area 2 topography A general term for any dome-shaped landform
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A cupola formed on a large scale
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an endogenic feature of positive relief (it sticks out from the surface), generally with shallow sides It is formed by pressure from below
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a hemispherical roof a stadium that has a roof a concave shape whose distinguishing characteristic is that the concavity faces downward
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The shelter housing a telescope The dome roof has a motorized slit that opens and can rotate 360 degrees to expose any portion of the sky We use Ash Domes for our large telescopes, and a specially constructed dome of our own design for the robotic telescope
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A dome is a round roof. the dome of St Paul's cathedral
dome
A closure that has a rounded top surface
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a hemispherical roof
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The most difficult architectural form to construct, the dome is designed by rotating the arch 360 deg around its central vertical axis The result is a semi-spherical cap that rests upon a cylinder or the top of a pendentive
dome
A roof with a partial-spherical shape
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A building; a house; an edifice; used chiefly in poetry
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The top part of the insulator Also used as an embossing location designator when written as (Dome) and used to indicate the embossing that follows is on the dome See also: Crown, F-Skirt, R-Skirt, F-Crown, R-Crown
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Decision; judgment; opinion; a court decision
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a concave shape whose distinguishing characteristic is that the concavity faces downward
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{i} curved hemispherical roof or ceiling, cupola, anything shaped like a dome
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An arch rotated about its vertical axis to produce a structure shaped like an inverted bowl
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The mound of water spray thrown up into the air when the shock wave from an underwater detonation of a nuclear (or atomic) weapon reaches the surface
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informal terms for a human head
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a vault with double curvature
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A curved roof enclosing a circular space; a three-dimensional arch
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    [ 'dOm ] (noun.) 1513. French, Italian, & Latin; French dôme dome, cathedral, from Italian duomo cathedral, from Medieval Latin domus church, from Latin, house; akin to Greek domos house, Sanskrit dam.

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