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{i} petek
(Askeri) PETEK BİÇİMİ DEPOLAMA VE BOŞALTMA: İkmal maddelerinin; boşalan sahalardan ayrıca madde konması için istifade edilmeyecek şekilde depolanması ve boşaltılması
gümeç
(Gıda) kovan
gömeç
börkenek
bal peteği
delik açmak
peteğimsi
petek şeklinde yapmak
delik deşik etmek
delikleraçmak
f bal peteği
(isim) petek
{i} (ballı/balsız) petek. f
balpeteği
arı dalağı
honeycomb coil
petek bobin
honeycomb radiator
petek radyatör
honeycomb winding
petek sargısı
honeycomb moth
balkelebeği
honeycomb sandwich
(Havacılık) petekli sandviç yapı
honeycomb stingray
(Denizbilim) uzun kuyruklu rina
honeycomb structure
petek strüktür
honeycombed
tanelenmiş
honeycombed
petek beton
honeycombed
{s} göz göz
honeycombed
{s} delik deşik
honeycombed
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To riddle something with holes, especially in such a pattern

Termites will honeycomb a porch made of untreated pine.

A structure of hexagonal cells made by bees primarily of wax, to hold their larvae and for storing the honey to feed the larvae and to feed themselves during winter
Any structure resembling a honeycomb

evidence of a mind soured, yet seeking for popularity, and eaten to a honeycomb with ambition.

texturing the surface of a cell to increase its surface area and capture more sun. http: //www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2009/07/creating-not-overly-disruptive-changes-in-solar-manufacturing?cmpid=WNL-Friday-July17-2009
voids left in concrete resulting from failure of the mortar to effectively fill the spaces among coarse aggregate particles
{a} full of little cavities, or cells
The hexagonal shape of the bees' cells is generally ascribed to the instinctive skill of the bee, but is simply the ordinary result of mechanical laws Solitary bees always make circular cells; and without doubt those of hive bees are made cylindrical, but acquire their hexagonal form by mechanical pressure Dr Wollaston says all cylinders made of soft pliable materials become, hexagonal under such circumstances The cells of trees are circular towards the extremity, but hexagonal in the centre of the substance; and the cellular membranes of all vegetables are hexagonal also (See Ant ) Will Honcycomb A fine gentleman One of the members of the imaginary club from which the Spectator issued
A term referring to the shape of fabric connecting to form a honeycomb appearance Return to Top
{i} structure of small hexagonal wax cells formed by bees in which to place their eggs and honey; something shaped like or resembling a honeycomb
A cellular core material used to make lightweight and stiff sandwich structures The cells are generally arranged in a hexagonal, round or square fashion
Any substance, as a easting of iron, a piece of worm-eaten wood, or of triple, etc
penetrate thoroughly and into every part; "the revolutionaries honeycombed the organization"
a fabric structure in which the warp and weft threads form ridges and hollows, so as to give a cellular appearance
a framework of hexagonal cells resembling the honeycomb built by bees make full of cavities, like a honeycomb penetrate thoroughly and into every part; "the revolutionaries honeycombed the organization"
an area in concrete with a lack of mortar to fill in the spaces between the coarse aggregate
An attachment for studio flash that looks like a honeycomb mesh and is use to obtain a hard lighting effect with distinct shadows
No, not the breakfast cereal, honeycomb is a cellular material (similar in appearance to sections of a beehive) used in aerospace, automotive, recreational, and industrial applications, primarily in "sandwich structures" (e g aircraft floor panels) and shaped parts requiring a high strength-to-weight ratio Honeycomb manufacturing techniques vary depending upon material used (e g aramid paper, aluminum, fiberglass, carbon fabric, or stainless steel), application, and "cell configuration" but is generally supplied to end-users in "blocks" or "sheets" of hexagonal, nested cells, or as finished parts
Resin-Impregnated material, most commonly manufactured in hexagonal cells, that serves as a core in sandwich structure May also be metallic or polymer in rigid, open-cell structure
A mass of hexagonal waxen cells, formed by bees, and used by them to hold their honey and their eggs
make full of cavities, like a honeycomb
Any structure resembling this
carve a honeycomb pattern into; "The cliffs were honeycombed"
A honeycomb is a wax structure consisting of rows of six-sided spaces where bees store their honey
Small voids left in concrete because the mortar failed to fill the spaces around the aggregate
perforated with cells like a honeycomb
a framework of hexagonal cells resembling the honeycomb built by bees
Grid which makes light from a flash (or other source) more directional, like a spot rather than a flood
Manufactured product of resin-impregnated sheet material formed into hexagonal-shaped cells Used as a core material in sandwich construction
A hexagonal structure of cells in which bees hold their larvae and the honey to feed them
Resin-impregnated material manufactured in, usually, hexagonal cells that serves as a core material in sandwich constructions Honeycomb may also be metallic or polymer materials in a rigid, open-cell structure
A cellular separation in the interior of a wood piece, usually along the wood grain, a result of internal stress It normally occurs during kiln drying, particularly in white or red oak, when too much heat is applied too rapidly
In concrete, an open cell like surface texture that occurs while pouring concrete
voids left in concrete owing to failure of the mortar to fill effectively the spaces among coarse aggregate particles
> A design composed of interlocking hexagonal links
carve a honeycomb pattern into; "The cliffs were honeycombed
Hexagonal beeswax cells built by honey bees
honeycomb stomach
A reticulum (second stomach of a ruminant)
honeycomb tripe
lining of the reticulum (or second stomach) of a ruminant used as food
honeycombed
Having a perforated structure, resembling a honeycomb
Honeycombed
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honeycombed
filled with many holes, hollow passages etc
honeycombed
{s} having small cells or perforations in the manner of a honeycomb; having a pattern resembling that of a honeycomb
honeycombed
Formed or perforated like a honeycomb
honeycombed
Having a perforated structure, resembing a honeycomb
honeycombed
pitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb)
honeycombing
present participle of honeycomb
honeycombs
plural of , honeycomb
honeycombs
third-person singular of honeycomb
honeycomb

    Расстановка переносов

    hon·ey·comb

    Турецкое произношение

    hʌnikōm

    Произношение

    /ˈhənēˌkōm/ /ˈhʌniːˌkoʊm/

    Этимология

    [ -"kOm ] (noun.) before 12th century. From honey + comb.

    Видео

    ... UI we shipped with the first Honeycomb release and it looks really sharp. ...
    ... API available for Honeycomb and Gingerbread. It supports USB now and Bluetooth support ...

    Слово дня

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