latent

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} gizli

Burada gelecekte soruna neden olacak gizli bir sorunumuz var. - You have a latent problem here that will cause trouble in the future.

saklı
görünmez
(Biyokimya) uyur
örtük
(Gıda) gizli duran
gelişmemiş
ortada olmayan
örtülü
latent heat heat
(Tıp) Gizli, belirti göstermeyen, latant
latently gözükmeden
(Diş Hekimliği) kuluçka döneminde, potansiyel olarak saklı duran
{s} gizli olarak var olan
latency kuvveden fiil haline geçmemiş olma
{s} belirti göstermeyen
latent period mikropların kuluçka devresi
(Tekstil) gizli, gizli
gizil
potansiyel
(Biyokimya) durgun
(Denizbilim,Tıp) latent
latent homosexuality
Gizli homoseksüellik
latent learning
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gizli öğrenme
latent period
kuluçka dönemi
latent root
(Matematik) karakteristik değer
latent variable
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) gizli değişken
latent variables
gizli değişkenler
latent diabetes
latent diabet
latent heat
gizli ısı
latent image
görünmeyen resim
latent image
gizli görüntü
latent neutron
gizli nötron
latent period
mikropların kuluçka dönemi
latent period
gizli zaman
latent root
karakteristik kök
latent value
karakteristik değer
latent heat
erime sıcaklığı
latent neutrons
gizli nötronlar
latent abilities
gizli yetenekler
latent ambiguity
gizli benzerlik
latent ambiguity
saklı benzerlik
latent capacity
(Denizbilim) gizli kapasite
latent character
(Biyoloji) gizli karakter
latent content
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gizli içerik
latent defect
(Ticaret) gizli kusur
latent defects
(Ticaret) gizli kusurlar
latent diabetes
(Tıp) gelişmemiş diyabet
latent diabetes
(Tıp) gizli şeker
latent electronic image
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektronik gizli görüntü
latent enzyme
(Biyokimya) uyur özgen
latent fault
(Ticaret) gizli hata
latent fingerprint
gizli parmak izi
latent heat flux
(Meteoroloji) gizil ısı akısı
latent heat of condensation
yoğuşmanın gizli ısısı
latent heat of fusion
erimenin gizli ısısı
latent heat of melting
ergime ısısı
latent heat of vaporization
buharlaşma ısısı
latent heat of vaporization
buharlaşmanın gizli ısısı
latent image
(Bilgisayar) belirlenmemiş imge
latent image
gizil resim
latent inflation
(Ticaret) durağan enflasyon
latent instability
(Meteoroloji) gizil kararsızlık
latent period
kuluçka devresi
latent period
(Nükleer Bilimler) gizli peryod,kuluçka süresı
latent period
latent dönem
latent period
gizli zaman,mikrop kuluçka devresi
latent reserve beds
(Askeri) FİİLEN KULLANILMAYAN YATAK YERLERİ: Bir sağlık tesisinde; faal yatak haline getirilebilmeleri için hem bakım personeli, hem teçhizat ve demirbaş eşyasından bazıları veya tamamı noksan olduğu için faydalanılamayan yatak yerleri
latent reserves
(Ticaret) gizli yedekler
latent reserves
(Ticaret) gizli ihtiyat akçesi
latent schizophrenia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gizli şizofreni
latent species
(Denizbilim) gizli tür
latent structure analysis
gizli yapı analizleri
latent tourism demand
(Turizm) karşılıksız turizm talebi
latent value
(Matematik) has değer
latent variable
gizli degisken
latent heat
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) gizil ısı
specific latent heat
özgül gizli ısı
latently
gizlice
latently
potansiyel olarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Existing or present but concealed or inactive

Those infected with a herpes virus are infected for life. That’s because the virus goes latent. Sometimes, it awakes from its slumber, producing painful illnesses.

dormant
{n} secret, private, hidden, concealed, deep
potentially existing but not presently evident or realized; "a latent fingerprint"; "latent talent
Latin latens; latere, to lie hid 1 Not observable; not apparent: as, latent defrects in an article of merchandise or machinery, or in an animal See Caveat, Emptor; Negligence 2 Applying equally to two or more different things; opposed to patent: as, a latent ambiguity
Latent is used to describe something which is hidden and not obvious at the moment, but which may develop further in the future. Advertisements attempt to project a latent meaning behind an overt message. overt. something that is latent is present but hidden, and may develop or become more noticeable in the future dormant latent in (present participle of latere )
potentially existing but not presently evident or realized; "a latent fingerprint"; "latent talent"
present but not seen; a latent viral infection is one in which no virus can be found in the blood cells but in which those virus-infected cells can produce virus under certain circumstances
Present but not manifest or visible, as a symptomless infection
Not manifest; potential
Dormant or hidden
not presently active; "latent infection"; "latent diabetes"
An impression of a finger image collected from a crime scene
not presently active; "latent infection"; "latent diabetes" potentially existing but not presently evident or realized; "a latent fingerprint"; "latent talent
{s} concealed, hidden; present but not visibly active or developed; (Pathology) dormant, existing in an inactive state (of a disease, etc.)
Not visible or apparent; hidden; concealed; secret; dormant; as, latent springs of action
latent heat
the heat that is released or absorbed accompanying a change of state or of phase
latent homosexuality
Latent homosexuality is an erotic inclination toward members of the same sex that is not consciously experienced or expressed in overt action
latent heat
The quantity of heat absorbed or released by a substance undergoing a change of state, such as ice changing to water or water to steam, at constant temperature and pressure
latent inhibition
Latent inhibition is a process by which exposure to a stimulus, of little or no consequence, prevents conditioned associations with that stimulus being formed. The ability to disregard or even inhibit formation of memory, by preventing associative learning of observed stimuli, is an automatic response and is thought to prevent information overload. Latent inhibition is observed in many species, and is believed to be an integral part of the observation/learning process, to allow the 'self' to interact successfully in a social environment
latent content
(psychoanalysis) hidden meaning of a fantasy or dream
latent defect
hidden defect, invisible flaw
latent diabetes
a mild form of diabetes mellitus in which there are no overt symptoms but there are abnormal responses to some diagnostic procedures
latent fear
dormant fear, fear which is concealed
latent heat
Heat, that when added or removed, causes a change in state - but no change in temperature
latent heat
heat absorbed or radiated during a change of phase at a constant temperature and pressure
latent heat
The heat absorbed or radiated during a change of state at constant temperature and pressure Called latent cause it is hidden--cannot be felt or measured with a thermometer
latent heat
The energy released or absorbed during a change of state
latent heat
(1) The quantity of heat absorbed or released by a substance undergoing a change of state, such as ice changing to water or water to steam, at constant temperature and pressure (2) The heat released or absorbed per unit mass of water in a reversible, isobaric-isothermal change of phase Also referred to as the Heat of Transformation
latent heat
The heat energy that must be absorbed when a substance changes from solid to liquid and liquid to gas, and which is released when a gas condenses and a liquid solidifies
latent heat
amount of heat required to change a substance into a new state; heat that does not affect body temperature
latent heat
Expressed in BTU per pound The amount of heat needed (absorbed) to convert a pound of boiling water to a pound of steam
latent heat
heat that is stored as water molecules evaporate and become water vapor The heat is released when the water vapor condenses back to a liquid
latent heat
The amount of heat needed to convert one pound of water to one pound of steam Latent heat is expressed in BTU per pound
latent heat
The energy released or absorbed during a change of state Examples include condensation and sublimation
latent heat
When water evaporates, it stores energy, which is released as heat upon condensation This latent heat adds feeds the rising columns of air near the center of hurricanes, thereby transferring energy from the ocean into the storm
latent heat
The heat (energy) absorbed or released as water changes between the gas (water vapor), the liquid (water droplets), and the solid (ice) states
latent heat
Heat that cannot be detected The heat that enters a system when ice melts to form water or when water boils to form steam is latent heat, because there is no change in the temperature of the system See sensible heat
latent heat
heat absorbed or released during a change of water phase (from gas, liquid or solid phases) at constant temperature and pressure
latent heat
the heat which is given out when gases and liquids liquefy or solidify, and which is absorbed when solids or liquids melt or evaporate
latent heat
Energy transferred from the earth's surface to the atmosphere through the evaporation and condensation processes (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
latent heat
Heat that does not cause a temperature change
latent heat
The quantity of heat absorbed or emitted, without change of temperature, during a change of state (from solid to liquid or from liquid to gas) of a unit mass of a material It is a hidden heat (i e it can't be sensed by humans) that doesn't occur until phase changes ocur An example is the evaporation of liquid water cloud droplets cooling the air by removing heat and storing it as latent heat Phase changes that cool the air are vaporization (liquid to vapor), melting (solid ice to liquid) and sublimation (solid to vapor), while phase changes in the opposite direction that warm the air are condensation (vapor to liquid), fusion (liquid to solid) and deposition (vapor to ice) The latent heat is for condensation or evaporation, for fusion or melting, and for deposition or sublimation, with the sign depending on the direction of the change
latent heat
The quantity of heat absorbed or released by a substance undergoing a change of state, such as ice changing to water or water to steam, at constant temperature and pressure. Also called heat of transformation. Characteristic amount of energy absorbed or released by a substance during a change in physical state that occurs without a change in temperature. Heat of fusion is the latent heat associated with melting a solid or freezing a liquid. Heat of vaporization is the latent heat associated with vapourizing a liquid or condensing (see condensation) a vapour. For example, when water reaches its boiling point and is kept boiling, it remains at that temperature until it has all evaporated; all the heat added to the water is absorbed as latent heat of vaporization and is carried away by the escaping vapour molecules
latent heat
Is the energy required to change a substance to a higher state of matter (solid > liquid > gas) This same energy is released from the substance when the change of state is reversed (gas > liquid > solid)
latent heat
the thermal energy absorbed or released when a material experiences a phase change
latent heat
The energy absorbed or released during a change of state
latent heat
The heat energy needed to change the state of a substance (i e : from a liquid to a gas) but not it's temperature
latent heat
The heat energy that must be absorbed when a substance changes from solid to liquid or liquid to gas, and which is released when a gas condenses or a liquid solidifies
latent hostility
feelings of hostility that are not manifest; "he could sense her latent hostility to him"; "the diplomats' first concern was to reduce international tensions
latent period
the time that elapses before the presence of a disease is manifested by symptoms
latent period
the time that elapses between a stimulus and the response to it
latent period
elapsed time between infection and the appearance of disease symptoms the elapsed time between phage infection or induction and lysis of bacterial cells the period after acquisition of virus by a vector before it becomes infective; see median latent period The time from infection to when the individual is infectious to others In helminths it is termed the pre-patent period Not the same as the incubation period
latent period
the time period between when a plant becomes infected and when it is capable of transmitting the disease to other plants or to a vector
latent period
Delay between exposure to a disease-causing agent and the appearance of manifestations of the disease After exposure to ionizing radiation, for instances, there is a latent period of five years, on average, before development of leukemia, and more than twenty years before development of certain other malignant conditions
latently
invisibly
latently
secretly
latently
In a latent manner
latently
In a secret or concealed manner; invisibly
latently
in a latent manner; in a hidden manner; in an inactive manner, in a dormant manner
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
(Denizbilim,Tıp) latent
latent diabet
(Tıp) latent diabetes
latent kökü
(Matematik) characteristic root
latent
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