fan

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hayran

Kim Kardashian'ın bir hayranı değilim. - I'm not a fan of Kim Kardashian.

Tatoeba'nın bir hayranıyım. - I'm a fan of Tatoeba.

taraftar

Stadyumda bir sürü coşkulu taraftar vardı. - There were a lot of excited fans in the stadium.

Taraftarlar, onun topu ağlara göndermesini izledi. - The fans watched him kick the ball into the goal.

{f} yelpazelemek
yelletke
yelpaze

Amcam Çin yelpazeleri biriktirir. - My uncle collects Chinese fans.

Sırası gelmişken, bu odada klimaya benzer bir şey yok. Onun sahip olduğu tek şey elle tutulan kağıt yelpaze. - Incidentally, this room doesn't have anything like an air conditioner. All it has is a hand-held paper fan.

yellenmek
vantilatör

Tom vantilatörü çalıştırdı. - Tom turned on the fan.

Vantilatör pervanelerinin üzerinde bir ton toz var. - There's a ton of dust on top of the fan blades.

pervane

Vantilatör pervanelerinin üzerinde bir ton toz var. - There's a ton of dust on top of the fan blades.

(out ile) yayılmak
havalandır
{f} havalandırmak
{i} pervane (gemi)
{i} fan
{f} tahıl savurmak
vuruş olmadığı için oyunu kaybetmek
{f} körüklemek
{f} hava vermek
yelpaze gibi açılmak
{i} tahıl savurma makinesi
{f} tahrik etmek
serinletmek
fan,v.havalandır: n.yelpaze
rüzgârın önüne katılmış gibi yavaş yavaş hareket etmek
i., k.dili. hayran: She's one of your fans. Hayranlarınızdandır. baseball fan beysbol meraklısı
{f} yelpaze şeklinde açılmak
(İnşaat) vantilator
{i} hasta
yelpazeleme
{i} yelpaze biçimindeki herhangi bir şey
{f} yayılmak
{f} yelpazelenmek
{i} yaba

Yabanmersini krebin büyük bir hayranı değilim. - I'm not a big fan of blueberry pancakes.

(Tekstil) 1. yelpaze 2. fan kanatları 3. fan pervanesi
fanthe flames kışkırtmak
{f} esmek
{i} körük

Rüzgarla körüklendiği için, alevler her yöne yayıldı. - Fanned by the strong wind, the flames spread in all directions.

Rüzgar alevleri körükledi. - The wind fanned the flames.

{f} alevlendirmek
tutkun

Ben büyük bir golf tutkunuyum. - I'm a huge fan of golf.

O bir balık tutma tutkunuydu. - He was a fan of fishing.

fan kit
fan kiti
fan antenna
yelpaze anten
fan belt
vantilatör kayışı
fan out
birkaç kola ayrılmak
fan the flames
kışkırtmak
fan tracery
yelpaze şeklinde kemer süsü
fan-tan
parayla oynanan bir tür Çin kâğıt oyunu
fan base
Hayran kitlesi
fan belt
vantilatör kayışını
fan clutch
(Otomotiv) A fan clutch iş a thermostatically-controlled device that exists as an integral component of the automotive cooling system. When the engine iş cool or even at normal operating temperature, the fan clutch partially disengages the engine's mechanically-driven radiator cooling fan, generally located at the front of the water pump and driven by a belt and pulley connected to the engine's crankshaft. This saves power since the engine does not have to fully drive the fan
fan cooling
vantilatörle soğutma
fan cowling
vantilatör hava hunisi
fan drive shaft
vantilatör tahrik mili
fan driving pulley
vantilatör tahrik kasnagi
fan fiction
Bir film, dizi ve şaire hakkında bir hayranı veya hayranları tarafından internet üzerinde oluşturulan içerik
fan fold
yelpaze kıvrım
fan guard
fan muhafazası
fan hub
vantilatör poyrasi
fan light
fan ışık
fan of
fan
fan pulley
vantilatör kasnagi
fan shroud
vantilatör mahfazası
fan speed
fan hızı
fan-like
fan gibi
fan belt
(fiil)ntilatör kayışını
fan belt
(İnşaat) vantilator kayışı
fan belt
mak. pervane kayışı
fan blade
mak. pervane kanadı
fan camera photography
(Askeri) YELPAZE KAMERA FOTOĞRAFI: Üç tane kameradan oluşan bu sistem tarafından sabit açılara ayrılarak, görüntüleri detaylı bir şekilde tespit edilerek aynı anda çekilen fotoğraflar
fan cameras
(Askeri) GENİŞ BİR SAHANIN BİRBİRİ ÜZERİNE BİNDİRİLMİŞ FOTOĞRAFLARINI ÇEKMEK ÜZERE SİSTEMLİ ŞEKİLDE MONTE EDİLMİŞ 3 VEYA DAHA ÇOK KAMERA GRUBU
fan club
fan klüp
fan club
hayran mektupları
fan cover
(Tekstil) fan muhafazası
fan drive
(Tekstil) fan tahriği
fan drive
fan tahriki
fan heater
üflemeli ısıtıcı
fan housing
(Tekstil) fan kapağı
fan in
giris yelpazesi
fan marker beacon
(Askeri) FAN İŞARET FENERİ: Yayımları düşey yelpaze şeklinde olan bir çeşit radyo feneri. Bu işaret tanıtma maksadı ile maniple edilebilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "beacon", "Z marker beacon"
fan motor
(Tekstil) fan motoru
fan out
esmek
fan out
yayılmak
fan out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- bir yelpaze yada yarım daire biçiminde yayılmak 2- bir kaç kola ayrılmak
fan out
yelpaze şeklinde açılmak
fan photography
(Askeri) YELPAZE FOTOĞRAFI: Yelpaze şeklinde monte edilmiş fotoğraf makinası ile çekilmiş resim
fan ring
fan halkası
fan scarp
yelpaze şevi
fan tail
yelpaze kuyruklu güvercin
fan the flame
yangına körükle gitmek
fan the flame
ateşi körüklemek
fan unit
(Tekstil) fan ünitesi
fan vaulting
yelpaze şeklinde kemer
exhaust fan
aspiratör
fanned
yellenmek
blower fan
vantilatör
dust fan
toz üfleci
force fan
basınçlı oda fanı
force fan
basınç üfleci
motor fan
vantilatör
radial fan
radyal fan
slip fan
kayar kavramalı fan
alluvial fan
birikinti yelpazesi
axial fan
aksiyal vantilatör
axial flow fan
aksiyal akımlı vantilatör
burnt gas fan
yanmış gaz vantilatörü
centrifugal fan
merkezkaç vantilatör
centrifugal fan
santrifüj vantilatörü
centrifugal fan
santrifüj vantilatör
cooling fan
soğutma vantilatörü
crankcase cooling fan
karter soğutma fanı
electric fan
vantilatör
extraction fan
vantilatör
film fan
sinema meraklısı
paddle-wheel fan
santrifüjlü vantilatör
propeller fan
pervaneli vantilatör
sports fan
taraftar
suction fan
emici vantilatör
ventilating fan
vantilatör
asian fan
Japon yelpazesi

A collection of asian fans.

away fan
uzakta fan
axial flow fan
aksiyal akimli vantilatör
booster fan
yardımcı vantilatör
ceiling fan
vantilatör
exhaust fan
fan egzoz
extractor fan
aspiratör
fans
taraftarlar
fans
tutkun
fans
hayranlar
football fan
futbol fan
hand fan
Yelpaze
induced draft fan
(Mühendislik) cebri çekme fani
snow fan
Kayak merkezleri veya bunlar gibi yerlerde ihtiyaç duyulduğunda sûni kar üretip, etrafa püskürten kar makiesi
soccer fan
futbol fan
standby fan
yedek vantilatör, yedek yelvuran
vertical fan cut
düşey yelpaze kesim
when the shit hits the fan
bok fan hits zaman
Suction fan
(Tekstil) Emiş fanı
auxiliary fan
(Otomotiv) yardımcı fan
axial flow fan
dönel akımlı üfleç
booster fan
yardımcı üfleç
booster fan
yardımcı yelvuran
check the fan belt, please
vantilatör kayışını kontrol edin lütfen
cleavage fan
(Jeoloji) dilinim yelpazesi
cooling fan
(Tekstil) soğutucu pervane
cooling fan
(Otomotiv) soğutma üfleci
cooling fan motor
(Otomotiv) soğutucu fan motoru
debris fan
(Çevre) moloz birikintisi
ducted fan
(Havacılık) aspiratör
electric fan
(Otomotiv) elektrikli fan motoru
exhaust fan
egzoz fanı
fanner
vantilatör
fanner
havalandırma
fanner
{i} üfleç
fresh air fan
taze hava vantilatörü
fresh air fan
taze hava fanı
i need a new fan belt
yeni fan kayışına ihtiyacım var
large fan
sağ büyük fan
mixed flow fan
karışım havası fanı
propeller fan
aksiyal vantılatör
propeller fan
kanatlı üfleç
range deflection fan
(Askeri) PLAN YELPAZESİ, PLAN MÜŞİRİ: Bak. "range deflection protractor"
talus fan
moloz yelpazesi
there is something wrong with the fan
(fiil)ntilatörde bir sorun var
there is something wrong with the fan belt
(fiil)ntilatör kayışında bir sorun var
thermo fan
(Otomotiv) termo fan
wall fan
(İnşaat,Teknik) duvar tipi fan
wall fan
(İnşaat) duvar üfleci
which team are you a fan of
siz hangi takımı tutuyorsunuz
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To slap (a behind, especially)
To blow air on (something) by means of a fan (hand-held, mechanical or electrical) or otherwise

Alice took up the fan and gloves, and, as the hall was very hot, she kept fanning herself all the time she went on talking.

An admirer or aficionado, especially of a sport or performer; someone who is fond of something or someone; an admirer

I am a big fan of libraries.

To move or spread in multiple directions from one point, in the shape of a hand-held fan
Anything resembling a hand-held fan in shape, e.g., a peacock’s tail
A hand-held device consisting of concertinaed material, or slats of material, gathered together at one end, that may be opened out into the shape of a sector of a circle and waved back and forth in order to move air towards oneself and cool oneself
An electrical device for moving air, used for cooling people, machinery, etc
{n} an instrument used by the ladies to cool themselves, an instrument to winnow corn
{v} to blow or winnow with a fan, to cool
Any revolving vane or vanes used for producing currents of air, in winnowing grain, blowing a fire, ventilation, etc
a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces
A fan is a flat object that you hold in your hand and wave in order to move the air and make yourself feel cooler
The fan is the combination of blades that spin around to create the airflow to produce the vacuuming action Fans are flat impellors, and are combined in a set of two or three fans on each motor, depending on the model A motor with two fans is called "two-stage"; if it has three fans it's "three-stage" Each fan - set of blades - increases the sealed vacuum, or maximum air pressure drawn through the system Additional sets of fans will change the air flow dynamics, adding fans will increase waterlift and decrease CFM Air driven power brushes work better with a motor with more fan stages, whereas electric brushes operate better with less fan stages
make (an emotion) fiercer; "fan hatred"
A table near the beginning of a disk that identfies the location of everything on the disk
(also "whiff") missing the ball completely Example: A skilled golfer will sometimes exaggerate when they make poor contact by saying that they fanned/whiffed it
1 (a) Any vaned rotary device for producing a current or stream of air (b) Specifically, a multivaned wheel or rotor used to take in air in a bypass engine or ducted-fan engine It may be either a mere blower of a low-pressure compressor See ducted fan
An instrument used for producing artificial currents of air, by the wafting or revolving motion of a broad surface An instrument for cooling the person, made of feathers, paper, silk, etc
To excite or stir up to activity, as a fan excites a flame; to stimulate; as, this conduct fanned the excitement of the populace
A part of the engine which pulls air through the radiator and keeps the coolant from becoming hot
Something in the form of a fan when spread, as a peacock's tail, a window, etc
If you fan a fire, you wave something flat next to it in order to make it burn more strongly. If a wind fans a fire, it blows on it and makes it burn more strongly. During the afternoon, hot winds fan the flames
agitate the air
{f} ventilate; move or impel air; blow upon; stir into action as if by fanning (i.e. fire, emotions); spread like a fan; spread out
is a basic figure used in the International Style Rumba and Cha-Cha incorporating the Fan Position by swivelling on one foot while fanning with the other foot and ending with the foot that fanned pointing to the side
to fan the flames: see flame the shit hit the fan: see shit. An ardent devotee; an enthusiast. Rigid or folding handheld device used for cooling, air circulation, or ceremony or as a sartorial accessory throughout the world from ancient times. As evidenced by Egyptian reliefs, early fans were of the rigid type, with a handle or stick attached to a rigid leaf or to feathers. In China, the folding fan came into fashion during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644); much significance came to be attached to the fan in East Asia, and many great Chinese painters devoted their talents to fan decoration. Portuguese traders in the 15th century brought fans to Europe from China and Japan. Through the 19th century in the West, fan decoration and size varied with European fashion. Fan Zhongyen Fan Chung yen sea fan submarine fan Tseng Kuo fan
Fabric Address Notification
To ventilate; to blow on; to affect by air put in motion
Free Amino Nitrogen Type of protein break down products in the wort Amino acids and smaller molecules are included A great nutritional source for yeast
and often mounted on sticks all turning about the same pivot, so as when opened to radiate from the center and assume the figure of a section of a circle
A fan is a piece of electrical or mechanical equipment with blades that go round and round. It keeps a room or machine cool or gets rid of unpleasant smells. He cools himself in front of an electric fan. an extractor fan
(aka: "whiff") missing the ball completely when trying to make contact
Usually refers to the fan mounted to the back of the radiator Either electrically driven or drive beld driven, it is usually mounted on the radiator to force air through The fan draws air through the radiator to cool the liquid in the cooling system when the car is standing still, operating at low speeds, or when the air conditioner is running In some cars, an electrically driven fan is controlled by a thermal sensor in the cooling system
A quintain; from its form
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To cool and refresh, by moving the air with a fan; to blow the air on the face of with a fan
a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces an ardent follower and admirer make (an emotion) fiercer; "fan hatred"
Designed to supply air flow as the fan blades rotate, a fan can be driven by either a motor or belt
or for checking rapid motion by the resistance of the air; a fan blower; a fan wheel
To miss the puck completely when attempting a shot or pass
A radial or axial flow device used for moving or producing artificial currents of air
strike out (a batter), (of a pitcher)
A device that produces a pressure difference in air to move it
An instrument for winnowing grain, by moving which the grain is tossed and agitated, and the chaff is separated and blown away
a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces an ardent follower and admirer make (an emotion) fiercer; "fan hatred" strike out (a batter), (of a pitcher) agitate the air
If someone fans an emotion such as fear, hatred, or passion, they deliberately do things to make people feel the emotion more strongly. He said students were fanning social unrest with their violent protests. = fuel
Many categories of powwow dancers use dance fans There are several different varieties, including flat fan, wing fan, and loose fan, made from eagle, hawk, turkey, or macaw feathers
separate from chaff; "She stood there winnowing grain all day in the field"
{i} device that produces currents of air; follower, admirer, supporter
an enthusiastic devotee of sports
To move as with a fan
A pile that has been spread out, so that all of its cards are visible Only the topmost card in the fan will be completely visible; the other cards will be partially overlapped and hidden Fans may be spread left, right, up, or down; fanned down is the most common
Anything resembling a hand-held fan in shape, e.g., a peacock's tail
that which inflames, heightens, or strengthens; as, it served as a fan to the flame of his passion
-A low cone of alluvial materials The central point lies at the mouth of a gully or ravine and the material is spread out onto the adjoining plain
AVN forecast output (such as high/low temperatures and precipitation) for a specific location; used by meteorologists as a "first guess"
A strip in which all the triangles share a common vertex
When the car is at idle or being driven in heavy traffic at lower speeds, the fan pulls cool air through the radiator
A small vane or sail, used to keep the large sails of a smock windmill always in the direction of the wind
To winnow; to separate chaff from, and drive it away by a current of air; as, to fan wheat
That which produces effects analogous to those of a fan, as in exciting a flame, etc
If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them. As a boy he was a Manchester United fan I am a great fan of rave music
To toss an unplayable roll; in particular, to fail to reenter after having been hit
strike out (a batter), (of a pitcher) agitate the air
A fan is used to pull air through a radiator or oil cooler Heat is transferred from the hot oil or water in the radiator to the moving air
Fabric Address Notification; keeps the AL_PA and Fabric address when loop re-initializes if the switch supports FAN
Wedge-shaped body of sediment (usually sand and gravel) with a roughly semicircular map pattern and a gentle to steep upper surface that slopes away from the head or apex of the body
If you fan yourself or your face when you are hot, you wave a fan or other flat object in order to make yourself feel cooler. She would have to wait in the truck, fanning herself with a piece of cardboard Mo kept bringing me out refreshments and fanning me as it was that hot
fan bases
plural form of fan base
fan belt
A loop of material, typically reinforced rubber with a trapezoidal cross-section, by which a motor or engine turns a fan so that it can cool itself
fan belts
plural form of fan belt
fan camera photography
Photography taken simultaneously by an assembly of three or more cameras systematically installed at fixed angles relative to each other so as to provide wide lateral coverage with overlapping images. (JP 1-02)
fan cameras
An assembly of three or more cameras systematically disposed at fixed angles relative to each other so as to provide wide lateral coverage with overlapping images. (JP 1-02)
fan club
An organization of people (fans) of a particular person or body of works
fan clubs
plural form of fan club
fan coil
fan + coil
fan death
The urban legend originating in South Korea that if an electric fan is left running overnight in a closed room it can cause the death of those inside
fan fiction
Fiction incorporating the characters and concepts of a commercial media property, created by its admirers, typically without explicit permission of the copyright-holders
fan mail
Mail sent to a public figure by their fans
fan out
to spread out into the shape of a fan
fan translation
An unofficial translation of a computer game or video game into a language that it was never marketed in (as opposed to a commercial translation), especially an English translation of a Japan-only video game and usually through console emulation
fan translations
plural form of fan translation
fan translator
A person or online group who carries out fan translation
fan-belt
Attributive form of fan belt

fan-belt failure.

fan-in-fin
Describing a helicopter's shrouded tail rotor, essentially a ducted fan, intended to counteract the torque of the main rotor
fan fiction
(also fanfic) Fiction written by a fan of, and featuring characters from, a particular TV series, film, etc
fan fiction
(also informal fanfic): fiction written by a fan of, and featuring characters from, a particular TV series, film, etc
fan-out
An optimized method of passing messages when a single PE is sending a message to multiple PEs Rather than the sending PE sending the message to every PE, it sends the message to a subset of the PEs Then the PEs that received the message in turn send it to a subset of the remaining PEs, and so on See Figure 2-1, for an illustration of the process
Fan Zhongyen
or Fan Chung-yen born 989, Wu, Jiangsu province, China died 1052, China Chinese scholar-reformer whose reforms anticipated those of Wang Anshi. He attempted to abolish nepotism and corruption, reclaim unused land, equalize landholdings, create a strong local militia system, reduce corvée labor, and reform the civil-service examination system. He proposed establishing a national school system to train men to deal with the problems of history and politics; the proposal was adopted in 1044. See also Neo-Confucianism; Song dynasty
fan belt
Also called a drive belt, it refers to the flexible rubber belts that connect the fan, alternator and various other belt driven devices in the engine
fan belt
a belt driven by the crankshaft that drives a fan that pulls air through the radiator
fan belt
In a car engine, the fan belt is the belt that drives the fan which keeps the engine cool. A taut rubber belt that transfers torque from the crankshaft to the shaft of the cooling fan on an engine. the belt that operates a fan which keeps a car engine cool
fan belt
Also called a drive belt or serpentine belt Fan belts are used to drive the engine's accessories, such as the alternator, power steering pump, or air conditioning compressor A serpentine belt is a wide single drive belt that drives multiple engine accessories
fan blade
blade of a rotating fan
fan club
A fan club is an organized group of people who all admire the same person or thing, for example a pop singer or pop group. Members of the fan club receive information and can take part in activities such as trips to concerts. an organization for fans of a particular team, famous person etc
fan club
club of followers or admirers (such as fans of a sports or rock legend)
fan coil
An indoor component of a heat pump system used in place of a furnace, to provide additional heating on cold days when the heat pump does not provide adequate heating
fan coil
An indoor component of a heat pump system, used in place of a furnace, to provide additional heating on cold days when the heat pump does not provide adequate heating
fan coil
-An indoor component of a heat pump system, used in place of a furnace, to provide additional heating on cold days when the heat pump does not provide adequate heating
fan dance
a solo dance in which large fans are manipulated to suggest or reveal nakedness
fan dance
dance involving the use of a hand-held fan
fan fiction
{i} fanfiction, fanfic, fiction written by fans which includes characters from a specific movie or television shows
fan fold
A fold giving the same effect as a fan Also known as a concertina fold
fan fold
Paper folding that emulates an accordion or fan, the folds being alternating and parallel
fan letter
a letter that is a piece of fan mail
fan letter
A piece of fan mail
fan mail
mail sent to public figures from their admirers; "he hired someone to answer his fan mail
fan mail
mail sent to public figures from their admirers; "he hired someone to answer his fan mail"
fan mail
Mail sent to a public figure by admirers
fan mail
{i} letters sent to famous people by their fans; letter that contains expressions of praise or admiration sent by a fan to a famous person
fan out
In printing, distortion of paper on the press due to waviness in the paper caused by absorption of moisture at the edges of the paper, particularly across the grain
fan out
[in printing] the distortion of paper on-press due to waviness resulting from absorption of moisture at the paper's edge, particularly across the grain
fan out
move outward; "The soldiers fanned out"
fan out
The number of inputs that the output of a particular IC can be connected to without overloading the output
fan out
If a group of people or things fan out, they move forwards away from a particular point in different directions. The main body of British, American, and French troops had fanned out to the west = spread out
fan out
spread out (like a fan)
fan out
The measure of the driving capability of an oscillator, expressed as the number of inputs that can be driven by a single output It can be represented by an equivalent load capacitance specified at pF in CMOS logic or the number of gates in TTL load circuit consisting of diodes, load resistors, and a capacitor If this value exceeds the maximum rated load of the oscillator, signal degradation can occur
fan palm
A palm tree having palmately divided, fanlike leaves
fan palm
and especially the great talipot tree (Corypha umbraculifera) of Ceylon and Malaya
fan palm
The leaves of the latter are often eighteen feet long and fourteen wide, and are used for umbrellas, tents, and roofs
fan palm
When cut up, they are used for books and manuscripts
fan palm
palm having palmate or fan-shaped leaves
fan palm
Any palm tree having fan-shaped or radiate leaves; as the Chamærops humilis of Southern Europe; the species of Sabal and Thrinax in the West Indies, Florida, etc
fan the flame
inflame, stir up, exacerbate
fan tracery
the carved tracery on fan vaulting
fan vault
A vault in which curving ribs radiate upward like the ribs of a fan to form concave half cones that meet or nearly meet at the apex. Common in late English Gothic architecture, fan vaults are often decorated with intricate tracery or paneling
fan vaulting
n. A series or system of fan vaults
fan vaulting
an elaborate system of vaulting in which the ribs diverge like fans
fan-out
The maximum number of TTL loads that a TTL device can drive reliably over the specified temperature range The number to gates connected to the output of a particular gate
fan-out
The ratio of storage devices to hosts
fan-out
A board or other device which receives a signal, replicates it, and sends it out to a number of devices
fan-out
The maximum number of input terminals that can be connected to the output terminal of a specified logic gate
fan-out
The ratio of storage devices to hosts It is the view of the SAN from the host port's perspective
alluvial fan
A cone-shaped heap of alluvium deposited by a river
case fan
A cooling fan in a personal computer
ceiling fan
A fan fixture attached to a ceiling, sometimes with a built-in light
ducted fan
A propeller which is housed inside a duct to improve engine performance of aircraft
pedestal fan
An electric, oscillating fan supported by an adjustable, detachable stand
unducted fan
A modified turbofan engine with the propeller outside the engine duct of an aircraft
when the shit hits the fan
A reference to the messy consequences of a secret or private situation becoming public
winnowing fan
A fan used while winnowing to blow the chaff off the grain
fanner
{n} one who fans, one who plays a fan
snow fan
A snow cannon (also called snowgun, snow maker, snow fan, or for certain appearances, russian missiles) is a device used to produce snow artificially. The product may be called artificial snow or man-made snow. A snow cannon works by atomizing water and allowing it to freeze into snow. The device is often used by ski hills and ski resorts to supplement naturally occurring snow and extend the skiing season
when the shit hits the fan
(deyim) When the disastrous consequences of something become known

You're in big trouble when the shit hits the fan.

A fan
flabel
CPU fan
small fan which is connected to the CPU chip in order to cool it
alluvial fan
A low, outspread, relatively flat to gently sloping mass of loose rock material, shaped like an open fan or a segment of a cone, deposited by a stream (esp in a semiarid region) at the place where it issues from a valley upon a plain or broad valley, or where a tributary stream is near or at its junction with the main stream, or wherever a constriction in a valley abruptly ceases or the gradient of the stream suddenly decreases; it is steepest near the mouth of the valley where its apex points upstream, and it slopes gently and convexly outward with gradually decreasing gradient
alluvial fan
Used to describe the fanning aspect of a stream as it leaves a mountain to disperse in a valley; also used in desert areas to describe the effects of a mineral breaking off the steep sides of mountains and being spread by later effects of water or wind
alluvial fan
A fan-shaped deposit of unconsolidated material and debris, forming at the point where a stream emerges from a narrow valley onto a broader, less sloping valley floor
alluvial fan
A low, outspread mass of loose materials and/or rock material, commonly with gentle slopes, shaped like an open fan or a segment of a cone, deposited by a stream (best expressed in semiarid regions) at the place where it issues from a narrow mountain or upland valley; or where a tributary stream is near or at its junction with the main stream It is steepest near its apex which points upstream and slopes gently and convexly outward (downstream) with a gradual decrease in gradient GG
alluvial fan
A triangular deposit of sediment left by a stream that has lost velocity upon entering a broad, relatively flat valley
alluvial fan
A fan-shaped sediment deposit formed by a stream that flows from a steep mountain valley or gorge onto a plain or the junction of a tributary stream with the main stream Alluvial fans contain active stream channels and boulder bars, and recently abandoned channels Alluvial fans are predominantly formed by alluvial deposits and are modified by infrequent sheetflood, channel avulsions and other stream processes They may also be subject to debris flow and debris torrents
alluvial fan
A dry-land counterpart of deltas
alluvial fan
A fan-shaped accumulation of alluvium deposited at the mouth of a ravine or at the juncture of a tributary stream with the main stream
alluvial fan
A low, outspread, relatively flat to gently sloping mass of loose rock material deposited by a stream where it flows from a narrow mountain valley onto a plain or broad valley
alluvial fan
A cone-shaped deposit of alluvium made by a stream where it runs out onto a level plain or meets a slower stream
ceiling fan
fan suspended from a ceiling
electric fan
a fan run by an electric motor
exhaust fan
A type of fan outfit used to remove dust and smoke from shop buildings ashore The usual method of construction for fans of this type consists of a metal ring with arms supporting an electric motor, the shaft of which is centered on the ring The fan is mounted on the motor shaft and is made the full diameter of the ring less a small clearance at the tips of the blades
exhaust fan
Extracts air or excess heat from the interior of a home
exhaust fan
a fan that moves air out of an enclosure
fanned
especially spread in a fan shape; "the peacock's fanned tail"; "the spread-out cards
fanned
past of fan
fanned
especially spread in a fan shape; "the peacock's fanned tail"; "the spread-out cards"
fanner
A fan wheel; a fan blower
fanner
One who fans
fanner
{i} fan wheel; fan blower; (Slang) work-shy person
fanner
See under Fan
fanning
present participle of fan
fans
The spectators
fans
Future Air Navigation Systems
fans
plural of fan
fans
third-person singular of fan
fans
In kiln drying, fans are devices for moving air by means of a rotating impeller
fans
Future Air Navigation System (ICAO-endorsed worldwide navigation plan -- the term "CNS/ATM" is now preferred)
film fan
movie enthusiast, movie buff, one who greatly enjoys watching movies
football fan
person who is enthusiastic about the sport of American football; soccer fan, person who is enthusiastic about the sport of soccer
miniature fan palm
small graceful palm with reedlike stems and leaf bases clothed with loose coarse fibers
music fan
one who enjoys music, one who is fond of listening to music and attending concerts
sea fan
corals having a treelike or fan-shaped horny skeleton
soccer fan
one who likes soccer, fan of soccer, one who consistently watches soccer
sports fan
an enthusiastic devotee of sports
submarine fan
Accumulation of land-derived sediment on the seafloor; a fan is shaped like the section of a cone, with its apex at the mouth of a subbmarine canyon. The sediments consist largely of sandy material that drops from the canyon current in successively finer layers. Submarine fan valleys, with low relief and natural levees, often occur on submarine fans. Several fans may coalesce laterally
tail fan
The fanlike posterior structure of a lobster, shrimp, or other crustacean, formed from the telson and the last pair of uropods and used for backward locomotion
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