plate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} levha

Tektonik levhalar, litosferin parçalarıdır. - Tectonic plates are pieces of the lithosphere.

Dikkat! O sıcak bir levha. - Careful! It's a hot plate.

{i} plaka

Altın ince plakalar halinde dövüldü. - The gold was beaten into thin plates.

Plaka numaranı hatırlıyor musun? - Do you remember your license plate number?

tabak

Yer partiden kalanlar yüzünden dağınıktı: Yırtık gürültüyapıcılar, kırışık parti şapkaları, ve kirli Power Ranger tabakları. - The floor was strewn with party favors: torn noisemakers, crumpled party hats, and dirty Power Ranger plates.

Susan bir kuş kadar yer ve yemeğinin çoğunu tabakta bırakır. - Susan eats like a bird and leaves most of the food on her plate.

katman
{f} zırhla kaplamak
ince tabaka
(Mimarlık) (metal) kaplamak
flanş
bölme

Onu bölmek istiyoruz.Bize onu iki tabakta getirir misin? - We'd like to split it. Could you bring it to us on two plates?

döşeme
kalıp
sac
kap

Tom oyuncak ayıları, kartpostal ve pulları, eski paraları, taş ve mineralleri, trafik plakaları ve jant kapaklarını yani kısacası hemen hemen her şeyi toplar. - Tom collects teddy bears, postcards and stamps, old coins, stones and minerals, number plates and hubcaps - in short: almost everything.

Büyüme kıkırdakları kapandığı an artık boyunuz uzayamaz. - Once the epiphyseal plates close, you can't grow any taller.

{f} kapla
fotoğraf klişesi
tabaka
takma diş takımı
kupa
kaplama
levha biçiminde korugan
plaket
kaporta
anot
(Jeoloji) Tabaka: dünya yeryüzünün jeolojik mânâda bölünmüş her bir parçası
{f} altın kaplamak
madenle kaplamak
{i} tam sayfa resim
zırh levhalarla kaplamak
{i} anot (radyo)
{i} beysbol kale işareti
{i} elektrot (lamba)
{f} with -i madeni
{f} gümüş kaplamak
galvano klişe yapmak
{i} baskı kalıbı
(Tıp) İğreti diş takımı
klişe/levha/tabak
baskı ile cila1amak
{f} kaplamak
{i} yapay damak
{i} dişçi. damak, takma diş, protez
(Askeri) MADENİ LEVHA: 1. Kartografide; a. Çinko, alüminyum ve üstü kazılmış bakırdan bir baskı levhası; b. Aynı üzeri kazılmış (oyulmuş) baskı levhasından çoğaltılan bir üzeri kazılı haritadaki bütün "devletler" için kullanılan müşterek bir terim; c. Tek bir baskı levhasından çoğaltılacak (örneğin mavi levha; veya düzey levhası) bir harita veya harita üzerinde gözükecek olan bütün ayrıntılar, Z. Fotoğrafçılıkta, orta derecede şeffaf, ekseriya cam olup, fotoğrafik bir emülsiyon ile kaplıdır. Ayrıca bakınız: "diapositive", "transparency"
(Tıp) Yassılaştırılmış çıkıntı (kemik)
{i} protez
{f} levha kaplamak
{i} isim levhası
{f} klişe yapmak
{i} takma diş
{i} şık tip
{i} şilt
{i} plak, plaka, madeni levha
{i} gümüş kaplama sofra takımı
(Spor) kale işareti
levha yapmak
lama
tabela
yaprak
saç
plating
kaplama

Polis aracının zırh kaplaması apartman sakinlerinin hayatlarını kurtardı. - The police vehicle's armor plating saved the lives of its occupants.

plate armor
zırhlı levha
plate current
plaka akımı
plate current
anot akımı
plate glass
dökme cam
plate glass
düz cam
plate glass
çekme cam
plate load
anot yükü
plate spring
yassı yay
plate battery
anot bataryası
plate bending machine
saç bükme makinesi
plate current
plaka akımı, anot akımı
plate girder
dolu gövdeli kırış
plate number
plaka numarası
plate punching
Kalıp zımbalama
plate rail
tabak rafi
plate resistance
anot direnci
plate saturation
anot doyması
plate tectonics
tabaka tektoniği
plate up
Sunulmaya hazır bir yemeği tabağa koymak
plate voltage
plaka voltajı, anot gerilimi
plate-out
Plastik işleme hattının eriyik ile temas halindeki sıcak ve soğuk metal yüzeylerinde zamanla oluşan birikme
plate-tectonic
tabaka tektoniği ile ilgili
Plate separator
(Tekstil) Separatör plakası
plate circuit
anot devresi
plate culture
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Suni bir ortamda mikroorganizmaların yetiştirilmesi. 2. Bu şekilde üretilen bir grup mikroorganizma. Karışık- çeşitli değişik tür mikroorganizmaları içeren bir kültür. ( mixed culture ) saf- tek tük mikroorganizma içeren kültür. ( pure culture ) saplam
plate felting machine
(Tekstil) levhalı keçe makinesi
plate fin
yassı soğutma kanatçiği
plate fin
yassı soğutma kanatçığı
plate girder bridge
(Askeri) DOLU GÖVDELİ ANA KİRİŞLİ KÖPRÜ
plate glass
ayna camı
plate glass
cam levha
plate hum
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) anot gürültüsü
plate hum
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) anot vınlaması
plate loading test
plaka yükleme deneyi
plate mark
ayar damgası
plate mark
kalite işareti
plate mark
ayırıcı özellik
plate mark
nitelik
plate mark
özellik
plate needle
(Tekstil) zımba iğnesi
plate pack
(Otomotiv) levha grubu
plate powder
parlatma tozu
plate powder
arina
plate rack
tabaklık
plate rack
tabak rafı
plate singeing machine
(Tekstil) levhalı yakma makinesi
plate wave
(Nükleer Bilimler) plaka dalgası (bkz.Lamb dalgası)
plate with
madeni levhalarla kaplamak
plates
ayak
printing plate
Baskı klişesi
gypsum plate
jips kaması
anchor plate
(Askeri) bağlama plakası
bed plate
(İnşaat) altlık
bite plate
(Diş Hekimliği) ısırtma plağı
bolt plate
cıvata plakası
bottom plate
alt plaka
buffer base plate
(Otomotiv) tampon alt plakası
buffer guide base plate
tampon taban plakası
butt plate
(Askeri) dipçik tabanı
chain plate
(Askeri) landa demiri
clutch plate
debriyaj plakası
diced lamb fried on iron plate
(Gıda) saç kavurma
distribution plate
dağıtma plakası
division plate
bölme levhası
drift plate
zımba plakası
edge plate
kenar plakası
edge plate
kenar koruyucusu
face plate
önyüz
folded plate
katlanmış plak
front plate
(İnşaat) ön plaka
glass plate
cam levha
grid plate
çelik ızgara levha
grounding plate
(Havacılık) topraklama
guide plate
kılavuz plakası
hot plate
elektrik ocağı
hot plate
elektrikli ocak
insert plate
gömme plaka
instruction plate
talimat plakası
instruction plate
kullanma talimatı levhası
license plate
(Otomotiv) araç plakası
metal plate
sac
mounting plate
bağlantı plakası
plates
tabaklar

Tom yemeklerinin çoğunu kağıt tabaklarda yedi. - Tom ate many of his meals off of paper plates.

Bütün bu kirli tabakları yıkamalıyız. - We must wash all these dirty plates.

pour plate
(Gıda) dökme plak
pour plate technique
(Gıda) dökme plak yöntemi
rating plate
anma değerleri plakası
rigid plate
esnemez levha
rigid plate
sert plaka
rubber plate
lastik plaka
sense plate
(Arılık) duyu çukuru
silver plate
gümüşle kaplamak
slide plate
kayıcı plaka
sole plate
tabanlık
spacer plate
ara plaka
splash plate
çamurluk
strike plate
kilit karşılığı
surface plate
düz yüzey
thin plate
ince levha
tip plate
devirme plakası
trim plate
trim plakası
upper plate
üst plaka
wall plate
(İnşaat) duvar plakası
wall plate
(İnşaat) duvar latası
zinc plate
çinko levha
anchor plate
ankraj plakası
armor plate
zırhlı levha
armour plate
zırh levha
backing plate
takviye plakası
baffle plate
bölme levhası
base plate
altlık
base plate spring
taban plakası yayı
battery plate
akü plakası
bearing plate
yatak plakası
bed plate
taban plakası
bed plate
taban levhası
blinker plate
duman deflektörü
brake backing plate
fren destek plakası
brake plate
fren plakası
brass plate
pirinç levha
bronze plate
bronz levha
bumper plate
tampon plakası
cam plate
distribütör tablası
chromium-plate
krom kaplamak
chromium-plate
kromlamak
circular plate
dairesel plaka
clamp plate
sıkıştırma plakası
clutch plate hub spring
debriyaj plakası göbek yayı
clutch pressure plate
debriyaj baskı plakası
clutch release plate
debriyaj ayırma plakası
clutch supporting plate
kavrama destek plakası
cobalt-plate
kobalt kaplamak
coffin plate
tabut üstüne konulan levha
compensation plate
denge levhası
condenser plate
kondansatör plakası
copper plate
bakır levha
copper plate printing
bakır baskısı
cork plate
mantar levha
corner plate
köşe sacı
coupling plate
kavrama plakası
cover plate
kapak plakası
culture plate
kültür kabı
deflector plate
saptırma plakası
dental plate
yapay damak
dental plate
takma diş
dental plate
diş plağı
dessert plate
tatlı tabağı
double plate
çift levha
double plate
çift plaka
double plate clutch
çift diskli debriyaj
double plate dry clutch
çift dirsekli kuru kavrama
double plate wheel
çift diskli tekerlek
dressing plate
tesviye tablası
end plate
son plak
face plate
torna düz aynası
fashion plate
elbise modeli
finger plate
kilit aynası
floor plate
taban levhası
foundation plate
temel plakası
gold plate
altın sofra takımı
gold-plate
altın kaplamak
guard plate
kalkan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An engraved surface used to transfer an image to paper

We finished making the plates this morning.

A course at a meal

The meat plate was particularly tasty.

To perform cunnilingus

He fingered her as he plated her with his tongue.

The contents of such a dish

I ate a plate of beans.

An electrode such as can be found in an accumulator battery, or in an electrolysis tank
An illustration in a book, either black and white, or colour, usually on a page of paper of different quality from the text pages
A tectonic plate
A horizontal framing member at the top or bottom of a group of vertical studs
A shaped and fitted surface, usually ceramic or metal that fits into the mouth and in which teeth are implanted; a dental plate
To cover the surface material of an object with a thin coat of another material, usually a metal

This ring is plated with a thin layer of gold.

A foot, from "plates of meat"

Sit down and give your plates a rest.

A dish from which food is served or eaten

I filled my plate from the bountiful table.

Plate armour

He was confronted by two knights in full plate.

The type of scales covering some kinds of reptile
A flat metallic object of uniform thickness

A clutch usually has two plates.

A decorative or food service item coated with silver

The tea was served in the plate.

An image or copy
A weighted disk, usually of metal, with a hole in the center for use with a barbell, dumbbell, or exercise machine
A vehicle license plate

He stole a car and changed the plates as soon as he could.

To place the various elements of a meal on the diner's plate prior to serving

After preparation, the chef will plate the dish.

Home plate

There was a close play at the plate.

To score a run

The single plated the runner from second base.

{v} to cover with or beat into plates
{n} wrought fiber, a dish to eat on, a prize
structural member consisting of a horizontal beam that provides bearing and anchorage
(1) An image, picture, diagram, etc , printed separately from the text, often on quite different paper (2) The printing plate from which the image is produced
A serving dish or food course
Rigid slabs made of the Earth's crust that move relative to one another Movement along plate boundaries can result in an earthquake or volcano There are about a dozen or so plates that cover the Earth An entire continent may lie on top of a plate, for example North America is part of the North American plate
If you have enough on your plate or have a lot on your plate, you have a lot of work to do or a lot of things to deal with. We have enough on our plate. There is plenty of work to be done on what we have
A plate in a book is a picture or photograph which takes up a whole page and is usually printed on better quality paper than the rest of the book. Fermor's book has 55 colour plates
dish on which food is served or from which food is eaten a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners) a sheet of metal or wood or glass or plastic a shallow receptacle for collection in church structural member consisting of a horizontal beam that provides bearing and anchorage a full-page illustration (usually on slick paper) a flat sheet of metal or glass on which a photographic image can be recorded the positively charged electrode in a vacuum tube any flat platelike body structure or part a main course served on a plate; "a vegetable plate"; "the blue plate special"
A piece of metal on which anything is engraved for the purpose of being printed; hence, an impression from the engraved metal; as, a book illustrated with plates; a fashion plate
Sill plate: a horizontal member anchored to a masonry wall Sole plate: bottom horizontal member of a frame wall Top plate: top horizontal member of a frame wall supporting ceiling joists, rafters, or other members
A {metal} plate is a flat sheet of metal, usually copper, steel or zinc, used as a matrix for a print Metal plates are used for intaglio prints and for some lithographs
A flat, or nearly flat, piece of metal, the thickness of which is small in comparison with the other dimensions; a thick sheet of metal; as, a steel plate
wrought in gold or silver
Plate is dishes, bowls, and cups that are made of precious metal, especially silver or gold. gold and silver plate, jewellery, and roomfuls of antique furniture
coat with a layer of metal; "plate spoons with silver"
tectonic plate
the quantity contained in a plate
That part of an artificial set of teeth which fits to the mouth, and holds the teeth in place
Metallic armor composed of broad pieces
A light-sensitive piece of material upon which an image can be recorded - usually metal which in turn is fitted to a plate cylinder on an offset press which then transfers its image to a blanket which in turn transfers it to paper
A sheet of glass, porcelain, metal, etc
To beat into thin, flat pieces, or laminæ
A small five-sided area (enveloping a diamond- shaped area one foot square) beside which the batter stands and which must be touched by some part of a player on completing a run; called also home base, or home plate
To adorn with plated metal; as, a plated harness
any flat platelike body structure or part
a sheet of metal or wood or glass or plastic
The fine nap (as of beaver, hare's wool, musquash, nutria, or English black wool) on a hat the body of which is of an inferior substance
a flat sheet of metal or glass on which a photographic image can be recorded
one of the sections of the earth's crust plate tectonics - the idea that the earth's upper crust consists of a sequence of rigid plates prone - tending or liable to
home plate; where the batter stands next to
Domestic vessels and utensils, as flagons, dishes, cups, etc
Used in the offset printing process to transfer image to paper
To cover or overlay with plates of metal; to arm with metal for defense
A piece of money, usually silver money
A flat-rolled product whose cross section is rectangular and whose thickness in one-quarter of an inch ( 250") or more Alclad Plate: Composite plate comprised of an aluminum alloy core having both surfaces (if on one surface only, Alclad One Side Plate) a metallurgically bonded aluminum or aluminum alloy coating that is anodic to the core, thus electrolytically protecting the core against corrosion
A plate is a flat piece of metal, especially on machinery or a building
Metallic ware which is plated, in distinction from that which is genuine silver or gold
{f} cover with a thin layer of metal, coat with metal
In geology, a plate is a large piece of the earth's surface, perhaps as large as a continent, which moves very slowly
A horizontal timber laid upon a wall, or upon corbels projecting from a wall, and supporting the ends of other timbers; also used specifically of the roof plate which supports the ends of the roof trusses or, in simple work, the feet of the rafters
Loosely, a sporting contest for a prize; specif
the positively charged electrode in a vacuum tube
Skins for fur linings of garments, sewed together and roughly shaped, but not finally cut or fitted
One of the thin parts of the bricket of an animal
A leaf containing illustrative matter, with or without explanatory text, that does not form part of either the preliminary or the main sequence of pages or leaves
the thin under portion of the forequarter a rigid layer of the Earth's crust that is believed to drift slowly the quantity contained in a plate coat with a layer of metal; "plate spoons with silver
a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)
plate appearance
A batter's completed turn in the batter's box, that usually results in an at-bat or walk, but may also result in a hit-by-pitch, sacrifice fly, sacrifice hit, or catcher's interference. If the third out of an inning is recorded prior to completion of the batter's turn, no plate appearance is credited to the batter, and he will lead off his team's next turn at bat
plate appearances
plural form of plate appearance
plate armour
Metallic armour made of large pieces or plates

Plate armour was, however, completely introduced both here and in France about the middle of the fourteenth century.

plate boundaries
plural form of plate boundary
plate girder
a beam built of steel plates and shapes welded or bolted together to form a deep beam larger than could be produced by a rolling mill
plate reader
A piece of laboratory equipment used to detect the changes that might occur in a microtiter plate
plate tectonics
The large-scale movement of tectonic plates that contributes to continental drift
plate up
Put food on a plate, ready for serving
plate glass
Plate glass is thick glass made in large, flat pieces, which is used especially to make large windows and doors. A strong rolled and polished glass containing few impurities, used for mirrors and large windows. big pieces of glass made in large thick sheets, used especially in shop windows
plate glass
glass formed into large thin sheets
plate iron
a plate of iron
plate number
A number engraved into or otherwise made a permanent part of a printing plate which identifies that plate, usually uniquely, and is used for plate accountability and production control within the printing plant
plate number
a numbering designation assigned to a score by a music publisher, usually printed at the bottom of each page, and sometimes appearing also on the title page It may include initials, abbreviations, or words identifying a publisher and is sometimes followed by a number corresponding to the number of pages or plates See also: Publisher number
plate number
Numerals or an alphanumeric combination that identifies the printing plate used to print postage stamp images Plate numbers on sheet stamps often appear in corner margin paper or side margin paper Plate numbers on coil stamps were commonly trimmed off until about 1980; since then the number appears on stamps at specific intervals Booklet plate numbers are often found on selvage attached to the pane
plate number
A numbering designation assigned to an item by a music publisher, usually printed at the bottom of each page, and sometimes appearing also on the title page It may include initials, abbreviations, or words identifying a publisher and is sometimes followed by a number corresponding to the number of pages or plates (AACR2)
plate of fish
plate containing fish served at a restaurant
plate proof
A proof taken from a master plate
plate rack
a rack for holding plates to dry after they have been washed
plate rail
rail or narrow shelf fixed to a wall to display plates
plate shears
scissors which are capable of cutting tin
plate tectonics
Plate tectonics is the way that large pieces of the earth's surface move slowly around. the study of the forming and movement of the large sheets of rock that form the surface of the Earth. Theory that the Earth's lithosphere (the crust and upper portion of the mantle) is divided into about 12 large plates and several small ones that float on and travel independently over the asthenosphere. The theory revolutionized the geological sciences in the 1960s by combining the earlier idea of continental drift and the new concept of seafloor spreading into a coherent whole. Each plate consists of rigid rock created by upwelling magma at oceanic ridges, where plates diverge. Where two plates converge, a subduction zone forms, in which one plate is forced under another and into the Earth's mantle. The majority of the earthquakes and volcanoes on the Earth's surface occur along the margins of tectonic plates. The interior of a plate moves as a rigid body, with only minor flexing, few earthquakes, and relatively little volcanic activity
plate tectonics
geological theory that is widely accepted today, theory that the Earth's crust is composed of many separate plates which are moving on top of the molten material inside the Earth
Fresnel zone plate
An optical device that uses diffraction through alternate transparent and opaque rings to function as a lens
L-plate
A plastic square consisting of a large red letter L on a white background, placed on the front and rear of a vehicle to indicate that the driver is a learner
P-plate
a plastic square sticker consisting of a large red letter P on a white background, placed on a vehicle to indicate that the driver only has a provisional licence
assay plate
A flat plate with multiple "wells" used as small test tubes
automatic number plate recognition
A method of surveillance used to mechanically record details of car registration plates. Abbreviated to ANPR
blue plate special
Alternative spelling of blue-plate special
blue plate specials
plural form of blue plate special
blue-plate special
A popular meal offered at a reduced price, usually in inexpensive eateries and often on a plate divided into compartments for different food items

Most had stayed at the convention hotel, but at dinner time many went across the street for the fifty-cent blue plate special.

blue-plate specials
plural form of blue-plate special
buckler plate
a cover over a hawsehole, used to keep spray out of the chain locker and prevent deckhands from stepping into the hawsehole
cell plate
The beginning of the formation of a cell wall
chromium plate
To plate a metal with a layer of chromium
chromium-plate
To plate something with chromium
collection plate
A plate or other container passed among the worshipers attending a Christian church service, into which donations of money are placed

Elder Frewen, a tall, pale man, with long, sandy side-whiskers, appeared at the door of our pew with the collection plate.

collection-plate
Alternative spelling of collection plate
cribriform plate
In the human skull, a sieve-like region of the ethmoid bone (which separates the nasal cavity from the brain)
earth plate
An electrode, in the form of a metal plate buried in external soil, used to earth the electrical system of a building
fashion plate
A picture, usually an advertisement, showing the latest fashion in clothing
fashion plate
A person who dresses in especially stylish fashions
futtock plate
A plate (usually metal) attached horizontally near the top of the lower mast of a square rigged ship in order to secure the topmast. Rigging runs both upwards (topmast rigging) and downwards (futtock shrouds) to maintain stability
gold plate
a thin layer of gold applied to the surface of an object, often by an electrolytic method
gold plate
to incorporate costly or otherwise excessive features or refinements unnecessarily, to over engineer
gold plate
a plate made of, or coloured gold
gold plate
to apply gold plate to an object, to plate with gold
gold plate
to embellish, to extend beyond its intended scope, especially so as to become stifling, or rigid and inflexible
gold-plate
Alternative spelling of gold plate
home plate
A flat, pentagonal, rubber object placed at the center of the batter's box, which is used as a basis for judging pitched strikes and balls, and the touching of which by a runner advancing from or past third base scores a run
iconic plate
A large mass of water which becomes a glacier when frozen

It sure is cold! That iconic plate will be a glacier in no time!.

license plate
a tag, usually of metal, bearing a sequence of letters, numbers or both, and placed at the front and back of a motor vehicle, as for identification purposes
microtiter plate
A flat plate with multiple "wells" used as small test tubes
neural plate
a thick, flat bundle of ectoderm formed in vertebrate embryos after induction by the notochord
number plate
Either of a pair of rectangular metal plates, containing a mixture of letters and numbers fixed to the front and rear of a motor car showing that its identity has been registered with the DVLA
plater
someone who installs sheet metal and armour plating, particularly on trains, ships, tanks, and similar items
plater
someone who plates metal
plating
An act of determining where a postage stamp is positioned on a postage stamp sheet
quadrant plate
A slotted plate for carrying the gears of a lathe
quadrant plate
A Petri dish, divided into four, and containing agar and other materials, used in the identification of bacteria
quarter-wave plate
a sheet of birefringent material whose thickness is such that the light associated with the larger refractive index is retarded in phase by 90° with respect of that associated with the smaller refractive index; used to convert linearly polarized light into circularly polarized light
silver plate
A thin layer of silver applied to the surface of an object made of another metal
silver plate
Alternative spelling of silver-plate
silver plate
A facetious pronunciation of s'il vous plaît used by some English-speakers when speaking French
silver-plate
To coat a metal surface with a thin layer of silver, often electrolytically
step up to the plate
To initiate action; to assume a responsibility

Surround yourself with good people who can reliably step up to the plate and solve problems when they occur.

strike plate
A metal plate affixed to a door jamb that holds the door closed when the door bolt is extended into a hole, protecting the jamb against friction from the bolt
tectonic plate
any of several large pieces of the Earth's lithosphere which participate in plate tectonics
theoretical plate
A plate or tray in a distillation column that produces the best possible difference between the liquid and vapour phases in equilibrium with it; the equivalent concept in a fractionating column packed with beads or rings
tin plate
A thin sheet of steel coated with tin to prevent rusting; used to make cans etc
tin-plate
To coat (something, especially steel sheet) with tin, either by dipping or electroplating
vanity license plate
A license plate whose identifier is chosen by the registering owner
vanity plate
A license plate whose identifier is chosen by the registering owner
zone plate
A Fresnel zone plate
epiphyseal plate
(Anatomi) The epiphyseal plate (or epiphysial plate, or growth plate) is the cartilage plate in the long bones of children and adolescents. The longitudinal growth of these bones occurs primarily at these plates. Around the age of 17 the epiphyseal cartilage cells stop duplicating and the entire cartilage is slowly replaced by bone. Bone growth stops. Ossification of all bones is usually completed by age 25. Once the adult stage is reached, the only way to manipulate height is modifying bone length via distraction osteogenesis
epiphysial plate
(Anatomi) The epiphyseal plate (or epiphysial plate, or growth plate) is the cartilage plate in the long bones of children and adolescents. The longitudinal growth of these bones occurs primarily at these plates. Around the age of 17 the epiphyseal cartilage cells stop duplicating and the entire cartilage is slowly replaced by bone. Bone growth stops. Ossification of all bones is usually completed by age 25. Once the adult stage is reached, the only way to manipulate height is modifying bone length via distraction osteogenesis
platelike
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) As the hard flattened scales of e.g. sharks, placoid
A plate
paten
A plate
patine
A plate
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Plated
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plated
{s} covered, coated, overlaid with a thin covering
plated
past of plate
plated
If something made of metal is plated with a thin layer of another type of metal, it is covered with it. a range of jewellery, plated with 22-carat nickel-free gold
plateful
The quantity contained on a plate
plateful
{i} amount of material that fills a plate
plateful
Enough to fill a plate; as much as a plate will hold
plateful
A plateful of food is an amount of food that is on a plate and fills it. a greasy plateful of bacon and eggs. all the food that is on a plate plateful of
platefuls
plural of plateful
plater
a skilled worker who coats articles with a film of metal (usually silver or gold)
plater
One who plates or coats articles with gold or silver; as, a silver plater
plater
A horse that runs chiefly in plate, esp
plater
selling-plate, races; hence, an inferior race horse
plater
A machine for calendering paper
plates
Large sections of the Earth’s crust which float on the mantle
plates
In printing, a plate is made from the original manuscript page The plate is then used on the offset press to re-produce the page In binding, a plate is made of any artwork for stamping covers, See Cover Plate
plates
Pieces of wood placed on wall surfaces as fastening devices The bottom member of the wall is the sole plate and the top member is the rafter plate
plates
Imprints, usually specific to a supplier, which are distributed to travel agencies and used to create tickets See also airline plate
plates
Plural of plate
plates
giant slabs of underground rocks, often bigger than continents
plates
n Another name for Circles
plates
Major horizontal timbers that support the base of the rafters
plates
The outer shell of the Earth is made up of almost rigid plates that fit together These plates "float" on a dense, more fluid layer just beneath them The plates slowly move around, though we do not notice it in our everyday lives Earthquakes occur most frequently on, or near, the edges of plates where stress is most concentrated
plates
Plates are the carriers of the images that are to be printed on paper One printing plate is required for each ink colour printed Metal plates are the only way to produced high quality, close-register printed images Plates can also be made out of plastic and paper
plates
16, 18, or 20 gauge pieces of rectangular steel with teeth punched into them Used for connecting the truss members
plates
Rigid slabs made of the Earth's crust that move relative to one another Movement along plate boundaries can result in an earthquake or volcano There are about a dozen or so plates that cover the Earth An entire continent may lie on top of a plate, for example North America is part of the North American plate
plates
metal plates used in the offset printing process
plates
Whole-sheet illustrations printed separately from text pages See also: cuts
plates
The metal or vinyl-covered discs that add weight to a barbell
plates
Coat of plates
plates
a large piece of earth and ocean area that comprises the earth's crust PLATE TECTONICS the study of the movement of the earth's crust due mainly to forces in the crust and upper mantle of the earth's interior PUMICE a light colored , glassy, porous rocks that was formed by the passing of gases through molten lava
plates
metal cards, usually in the machine Plates are used for often used functions or information They do not wear out as easy as cards
plates
illustrations printed separately from the text of a book and inserted in the appropriate place by the binder These may appear as a single section, or be wrapped round text sections, or occasionally individually pasted in
plates
Pieces of crust and brittle uppermost mantle, perhaps 100 kilometers wide, that cover the Earth's surface The plates move very slowly over, or possibly with, a viscous layer in the mantle at rates of a few centimeters per year
plates
Photopolymer (light sensitive plastic) used to leave the desired ink pattern on a label face
plates
Plates are the carriers of the images that are to be printed on paper One printing plate is required for each ink color printed Metal plates are the only way to produce high quality, close-register printed images Plates can also be made out of plastic and paper
plates
Large, slowly moving sections of the Earth's crust, moving in one of three ways: convergent (moving together), divergent (moving apart), and lateral (moving past each other in opposite directions)
plating
The covering of base metal articles with a layer of gold or silver, which may be of various thicknesses and grades Presence of plating may be discovered by filing and using nitric acid or by subjecting the item to specific-gravity testing
plating
One method of applying a coating one metal over another
plating
The application of one metal over another
plating
The reconstruction of a stamp pane by collecting blocks and individual stamps representing various positions This is possible for many older issues, but most modern issues are too uniform to make the identification of individual positions possible
plating
Plating is a thin layer of metal on something, or a covering of metal plates. The tanker began spilling oil the moment her outer plating ruptured. a thin layer of metal that covers another metal surface. Coating a metal or other material, such as plastic or china, with a hard, nonporous metallic surface to improve durability and beauty. Early plated goods ("old Sheffield plate") are made by the process invented by Thomas Boulsover, and consist of a sandwich of copper between two layers of silver. Today surfaces such as gold, silver, stainless steel, palladium, copper, and nickel are applied by dipping an object into a solution containing the desired surface material, which is deposited by chemical or electrochemical action (see electroplating). Much plating is done for decorative purposes, but still more is done to increase the durability and corrosion resistance of softer materials. Most automotive parts, appliances, housewares and flatware, hardware, plumbing and electronic equipment, wire goods, aircraft and aerospace products, and machine tools are plated for durability. See also galvanizing, terneplate, tinplating
plating
forming an adherent layer of metal on an object; often used as a shop term for electroplating
plating
the application of a thin coat of metal (as by electrolysis) a thin coating of metal deposited on a surface
plating
present participle of plate
plating
in this industry is not similar to that of jewelry which is strictly for appearance Industrial plating is the application of either a metal or ceramic coating used to protect the piece from wear, protect other objects in contact with the plated part or to stave off wear in a hostile environment
plating
the application of a thin coat of metal (as by electrolysis)
plating
Apply a coating of metal to an object by electrical deposition
plating
One place to grow cells is on agar plates The process of spreading cells onto a plate is called plating When you plate cells, you can isolate individual strains of bacteria from one another Each colony on a plate consists of millions of cells which arose from a single cell, and are all identical to that original cell Not all the colonies on a plate are necessarily identical
plating
A thin coating of metal laid upon another metal
plating
A thin coating of metal laid on another metal
plating
The process of pressing leather under a heated plate Often used in upholstery leather to mask imperfections
plating
Electrolytically depositing a layer of metal from an anode onto a surface
plating
Plating or electroplating (also called Galvanotechnics after its inventor, Luigi Galvani) is a process in which one metal is coated with another metal using electricity In jewelry, inexpensive metals are frequently electroplated with more expensive metals, like gold (gold plating), copper (electrocoppering), rhodium (rhodanizing), chromium (chromium plating), or silver (silver plating) The thickness of the metal coat varies Electrogilded coating is the thinnest (less than 0 000007 inches thick); gold-cased metals have a coating thicker that 0 000007 inches
plating
a thin coating of metal deposited on a surface
plating
Coating a metal base with another metal In watch making a stainless steel base is coated with gold seven to 20 microns thick
plating
{i} thin covering, coating; thin plate, sheeting
plating
The art or process of covering anything with a plate or plates, or with metal, particularly of overlaying a base or dull metal with a thin plate of precious or bright metal, as by mechanical means or by electro-magnetic deposition
plating
A coating or defensive armor of metal (usually steel) plates
plating
= An electroplating or electroless plating process
plating
a material, usually metal, applied to another metal by electroplating, for the purpose of reducing corrosion; typically a more noble metal such a zinc is applied to steel
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Определение plate в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

small metal plate
(İnşaat) spinneret
plate
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