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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kolaylıkla yanar
(Jeoloji) tutuşan
ateş alır
çabuk yanar
(Biyokimya) tutuşucu
(Jeoloji) yanabilen
kolay tutuşur
{s} yanıcı

Benzin, fuel oil'den daha yanıcıdır. - Gasoline is more flammable than fuel oil.

{s} alev alabilir
{s} parlar
alev alır
(Kimya) alev alıcı
(Jeoloji) alev alan
ateş alabilir
flammable gas
yanıcı gaz
flammable substance
tutuşucu madde
flammable materials
yanıcı maddeler
flammable cargo
(Askeri) yanıcı kargo
flammable cargo
(Askeri) yanıcı yük
flammable cargo
(Askeri) YANICI KARGO (YÜK): Bak. "inflammable cargo"
flammable film
(Sinema) yanar film
flammable liquid
kolay tutuşabilen sıvı
flammable liquid
tutuşucu sıvı
flammable liquid
(Kimya,Teknik) parlayıcı sıvı
flammable material
yanıcı madde
flammable storage warehouse
(Askeri) YANICI MADDELER DEPOSU: Yanıcı ikmal maddelerini muhafaza için yapılan depo. Bu gibi binalar başka binalardan uzak yerlerde tesis edilir
flammable storage warehouse
(Askeri) yanıcı maddeler deposu
yanabilirlik, ateş alabilirlik, alev alabilirlik
alev alabilen
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Easily set on fire
Subject to easy ignition and rapid flaming combustion
Any flammable substance
Capable of burning, especially a liquid
Defined by DOT and NFPA as a liquid with a flash point below 100 degrees F Flammable liquids are
The warning label designed to inspire purchase
Burns easily Paint, thinners and other solvents, and auto products are the most flammable home products Look for words on the product label like: "Do not use near heat or flame " "Combustible " "Do not smoke while using this product "
Describes any solid, liquid, vapor, or gas that ignites easily and burns rapidly
Catches on fire easily and burns rapidly The National Fire Protection Agency and the U S Department of Transporation define a flammable liquid as having a flash point below lOO0F (37 80C) Same as Inflammable
capable of being ignited and burning in air
Flammable chemicals, gases, cloth, or other things catch fire and burn easily. flammable liquids such as petrol or paraffin. = inflammable. something that is flammable burns easily inflammable, nonflammable nonflammable (flammare )
Anything that will ignite easily and burn rapidly The National Fire Protection Association and the Department of Transportation (DOT) define flammable liquids as those having a flash point less than 100 F and a vapor pressure of not over 40 psia at 100 F
means capable of being easily ignited, burning intensely, or having a rapid rate of flame spread
A material having a flashpoint lower than 100 degrees Fahrenheit
Describes any material that can be ignited easily and that will burn rapidly
Able to ignite below 100°F
Chemicals with a flash point below 200oF (93 3oC)
Describes any solid, liquid, vapor, or gas that will ignite easily and burn rapidly A flammable liquid is defined by NFPA and DOT as a liquid with a flash point below 100oF (37 8oC)
(adj) any solid, liquid, vapor or gas that ignites and burns easily
Any substance easily ignited in the presence of a flame; any liquid having a flash point below 100° F (37 8° C)
A liquid with a flash point below 37 8 degrees C (100 degrees F) or solids that will ignite readily or are liable to cause fires under ordinary conditions through friction or retained heat
A chemical that catches on fire easily and burns readily
Same as inflammable Capable of catching fire easily and burning rapidly Also, having a flash point below 100º Fahrenheit
possible to burn
Capable to be set on fire under given circumstances (Amendment 25 IMO DGS)
With respect to a fluid or gas, means susceptib'e to igniting readi'y or to exp'oding
capable of being burned Top
{s} combustible, capable of being easily ignited
a chemical that falls into one of the following categories
[adj] Easily set on fire; combustible
A liquid as defined by NFPD and DOT as having a flash point below 37 8°C (100°F)
{s} comburent
The condition of being flammable
not flammable; not inflammable; not able to burn easily
The ability of a substance to ignite, having a flash point under 100 degrees F (37 5 degrees C)
The measure of the material's ability to support combustion
The measure of the material’s ability to support combustion
The relative ease with which a substance ignites and sustains combustion
easily ignitable and capable of burning rapidly; highly combustible
  The relative eases with which fuels ignite and burn regardless of the quantity of the fuels
The ability of a substance to be ignited and to support combustion
The extent to which a material will support combustion using standardized methods
Relative ability of a material to support combustion as expressed by its flash point
This property describes how fast a plastic material will burn when subjected to a particular ASTM test In this test, a flame is applied to one end of a strip of material When the material starts burning the flame is removed and the time to consume a given amount of material is measured Units - inches per minute (in/min ) Higher numbers indicate that the material will burn faster under conditions of this particular test S E means self extinguishing If a material is classified as S E , the specimen stops burning when the flame is taken away
{i} quality of being flammable, combustibility, ability to catch fire easily
the characteristics of a material to burn or support combustion
Term used by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc in their UL recognition program to indicate the potential of a component to ignite or burn Gap size - The distance between the inner edges of two mating surfaces (e g , the distance between door's and cabinet's edges)
A measure of the extent to which something is flammable
– The relative burnability of the material in a specified situation Meanings vary according to test methods used (ASTM D1692-61; ASTM E84-61; ASTM E162-60T)
The quality of being flammable; inflammability
The ability of a material to burn or ignite
Ability to support combustion Conformance indicated to Flammability requirements valid above certain thickness only
the ease with which a liquid, solid, or gas will ignite, either spontaneously (pyrophoric) or as the result of a spark or open flame The more flammable a material, the more readily ignition occurs