impaction

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impact
etki

Tom Batılı yaşam tarzı ile ilgili çevresel etkileri anlamıyor. - Tom doesn't understand the environmental impacts associated with a Western lifestyle.

Brezilya'daki Belo Monte barajı çevre ve yerli halk üzerindeki etkisinden dolayı tartışmalı bir projedir. - The Belo Monte dam in Brazil is a controversial project because of its impact on the environment and native people.

impact
darbe

Darbe için kendinizi güçlendirin. - Brace yourselves for impact.

impact
pekiştirmek
impact
şok
impact
vuru
impact
vuruş
impact
çarpışma
impact
çarpma
impact
ekti
impact
etkililik
impact
(Tıp) impakt
impact
etkileme
impact
güçlü etki
impact
etki/darbe
impact
çarpma şiddeti
food impaction
(Diş) Dişler arasına besin sıkışması

Food impaction can cause irrigation in gums.

impact
çarpmalı
impact
(Tıp) Sıkıştırmak, hareketine main olacak şekilde bastırmak
impact
impact crater gök taşının çarpmasıyle açılan krater
impact
(Tıp) Ani çarpışma, hızla vuruşma
impact
(Askeri) VURUŞ, VURMA: Bir mermi veya bombanın hedefe veya yere çarpması
impact
{f} sıkıştırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
compression; the packing together of loose matter
something packed together tightly; a mass of densely-packed matter
a solid, immobile bulk of stool
The driving of one fragment of bone into another so that the fragments are not movable upon each other; as, impaction of the skull or of the hip
a disorder in which a tooth is so crowded in its socket that it cannot erupt normally
a lodgment of something in a strait or passage of the body; as, impaction of the fetal head in the strait of the pelvis; impaction of food or feces in the intestines of man or beast
the condition of being pressed closely together and firmly fixed
Impaction means the effect of one thing on another
Any tooth that does not erupt when it should (e g , tooth blocked by bone and/or tissue, keeping it under the surface of the gum)
A condition that a tooth is not able to come in normally or stuck underneath another tooth or bone
a disorder in which a tooth is so crowded in its socket that it cannot erupt normally a disorder in which feces are impacted in the lower colon the condition of being pressed closely together and firmly fixed
a disorder in which feces are impacted in the lower colon
{i} state of being firmly wedged in; overcrowded condition; condition in which a tooth is unable to fully erupt (Dentistry)
A condition describing the total or partial lack of eruption of a tooth well after the normal age for eruption An impacted tooth may appear blocked by another tooth, bone or soft tissue, but the cause of tooth impaction if often unknown
a sharp collision produced by striking or dashing against something
a condition where things pack together and cause blockage
An immovable packing; Med
impact
A forced impinging

His spine had an impingement; L4 and L5 made impact, which caused numbness in his leg.

impact
To collide or strike

When the hammer impacts the nail, it bends.

impact
A significant or strong influence; an effect

Our choice of concrete will have a tremendous impact on the building's mechanical performance.

impact
{f} press against; collide, crash; affect strongly, influence; pack in, squeeze in
impact
The impact that something has on a situation, process, or person is a sudden and powerful effect that it has on them. They say they expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the future of the country When an executive comes into a new job, he wants to quickly make an impact
fecal impaction
accumulation of hardened feces in the rectum or lower colon which the person cannot move
impact
The effect, acceptable or unacceptable, of an incident on a system, operation, schedule, or cost Unacceptable impact is impact deemed, by the system owner and as compared to the missions and goals of the U S Department of Defense (DOD), as severe enough to degrade an essential mission, capability, function, or system causing an unacceptable result Like impact, unacceptable impact refers to the total system and all areas of operational concern, not only confidentiality
impact
A change in the chemical, physical, or biological quality or condition of a water body caused by external sources (USEPA Region 5)
impact
influencing strongly; "they resented the impingement of American values on European culture"
impact
Changes attributable to the project
impact
The effect of a failure to preserve confidentiality, integrity and/or availability Impact may be one of four types: Disclosure, Modification, Destruction or Denial It relates to the embarrassment, harm, financial loss, legal or other damage which could occur in consequence of a particular security breach
impact
Measure of the business criticality of an incident Often equal to the extent to which an incident leads to distortion of agreed or expected service levels
impact
the effect or influence of an action or activity e g road construction impacts on the environment in a variety of ways
impact
The assessment of the adverse effects of an occurring risk
impact
The changes in the lives of rural people, as perceived by them and their partners at the time of evaluation, plus sustainability-enhancing change in their environment to which the project has contributed Changes can be positive or negative, intended or unintended In the logframe terminology these "perceived changes in the lives of the people" may correspond either to the purpose level or to the goal level of a project intervention
impact
{i} influence, effect; colliding of two bodies; touch
impact
the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat; "the armies met in the shock of battle"
impact
The Impact study, or Impact, as it is often called, is actually a collection of 12 studies centered around the same 100 U S daily newspapers Each study focused on one aspect of newspapers, be it content, consumer or newspaper organization Together, they offer the most complete picture of the newspaper industry ever collected This study, fielded during 2000, forms the foundation of the Readership Institute's knowledge For more information click here
impact
The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest
impact
A part formed in a confining die from a metal slug, usually cold, by rapid single stroke application of force through a punch causing the metal to flow around the punch and/or through an opening in the punch or die
impact
a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
impact
To compress; to compact; to press or pack together
impact
the broad changes (for example in economic and social terms) brought about by the project or programme
impact
The extent to which the program has made a long-term change in the attitudes, behavior, or health of the program participants Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Accountability and Evaluation, Volunteer Management, Operations Management and Leadership
impact
have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
impact
the striking of one body against another
impact
A significant or strong influence. An effect
impact
Intensive Motivational Program of Alternative Correctional Treatment This is the state’s correctional boot camp program, which currently has two sites: Hoffman and Morganton The program is a 90-day shock incarceration with military discipline and heavy reliance on physical labor and personal growth rehabilitation A shock incarceration program is a short, intensive period of incarceration usually for young or first-time offenders to deter later criminal activity The program is operated by the Division of Prisons, therefore an admission to IMPACT is counted as a prison admission, but a term at IMPACT is considered a special condition of a probationary sentence
impact
If one object impacts on another, it hits it with great force. the sharp tinkle of metal impacting on stone When a large object impacts the Earth, it makes a crater. to have an important or noticeable effect on someone or something impact on/upon
impact
Direct or indirect changes in the existing environment, whether beneficial or adverse, resulting from a specific act or series of acts
impact
The force or energy of a collision of two objects
impact
A harmful effect upon a wetland ecosystem or established water conveyance, caused by development or construction activities
impact
To drive close; to press firmly together: to wedge into a place
impact
- The degree of success of a campaign; the reaching of consumers
impact
like effect is a synonym for outcome, although an impact is somewhat more direct than an effect Both terms are commonly used, but neither is a technical term For technical precision, Treasury Board Secretariat recommends that outcome be used instead of impact
impact
The effect of one thing or action on another person, activity, or area For example, environmental impact refers to the good or bad effect an activity has on the surrounding environment
impact
An impact is the action of one object hitting another, or the force with which one object hits another. The plane is destroyed, a complete wreck: the pilot must have died on impact
impact
change in the chemical, physical (including habitat) or biological quality or condition of a waterbody caused by external sources
impact
Though some traditionalists disagree, impact has been accepted by most writers as a verb (and an often powerful one at that)
impact
To influence; to affect; to have an impact on
impact
To impact on a situation, process, or person means to affect them. Such schemes mean little unless they impact on people. the potential for women to impact the political process
impact
The overall and long term effect of an intervention Results of a programme or project that are assessed with reference to the development objectives or long-term goals of that programme or project; changes in a situation, whether planned or unplanned, positive or negative, that a programme or project helps to bring about Impact is the longer term or ultimate result attributable to a development intervention, in contrast with output and outcome that reflect more immediate results from the intervention The concept of impact is close to "development effectiveness" Examples: higher standard of living, increased food security, increased earnings from exports, increased savings owing to a decrease in imports See "Results"
impact
the striking of one body against another a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
impact
Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated
impact
A measure of the effect that an Incident, Problem or Change is having or might have on the business being provided with IT services Often equal to the extent to which agreed or expected levels of service may be distorted Together with urgency, and perhaps technical security, it is the major means of assigning priority for dealing with Incidents, Problems or Changes
impact
Any aspect of an action that may cause an effect; for example, land clearing during construction is an impact, while a possible effect is loss and fragmentation of wildlife habitat
impact
The extent to which an advertisement is able to make a strong and lasting impression
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The effect or influence of one thing on another Some impacts are anticipated, and others are unanticipated
impact
press or wedge together; pack together
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impaction

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    im·pac·tion

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    Этимология

    [ im-'pak-sh&n ] (noun.) 1739. From Latin impingere (to dash against, impinge).

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