proliferate

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hızla çoğalmak
çabuk çoğalmak
artmak
çoğal

Cümleler tavşan gibi çoğalır. Ama bu iyi. - The sentences proliferate like rabbits. But it's good.

çogal
{f} çoğalmak
{f} üremek
{f} tomurcuklanmak
proliferation
yaygınlaşma
proliferation
(Hukuk) artma
proliferation
hızla çoğalma
proliferation
üreme
proliferative
proliferatif
increase, proliferate
artış, prolifere
proliferation
Çoğalma, artma (özellikle hücreler için kullanılır), proliferasyon
proliferation
{i} çabuk çoğalma
proliferation
(Askeri) (NUCLEAR WEAPONS) ÇOĞALTMA, SAHİP OLMA (NÜKLEER SİLAHLAR): Bir ülkenin nükleer silahlara sahip olduktan veya nükleer silahların kullanımını belirleme hakkını haiz olduktan sonra, bunları nükleer bir taarruz şeklinde diğer bir ülkeye potansiyel olarak fırlatabileceği süreç, yöntem
proliferation
{i} tomurcuktan üreme
proliferation
(Diş Hekimliği) Üreme veya çoğalma
proliferation
(Nükleer Bilimler) nükleer silahların yayılması
proliferation
(Hukuk) çoğalma
proliferation
proliferasyon
proliferative
çoğalan
proliferative
(Tıp) Hücre bölünmesi yoluyla çoğalma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To increase in number or spread rapidly

The flowers proliferated rapidly all spring.

grow rapidly; "Pizza parlors proliferate in this area
grow rapidly; "Pizza parlors proliferate in this area"
To produce or form cells; especially, to produce cells rapidly
cause to grow or increase rapidly; "We must not proliferate nuclear arms" grow rapidly; "Pizza parlors proliferate in this area
{f} reproduce quickly, multiply rapidly; prosper, thrive, grow quickly
cause to grow or increase rapidly; "We must not proliferate nuclear arms"
If things proliferate, they increase in number very quickly. Computerized data bases are proliferating fast + proliferation pro·lif·era·tion the proliferation of nuclear weapons Smoking triggers off cell proliferation. if something proliferates, it increases quickly and spreads to many different places (proliferation)
To produce zooids by budding
proliferation
The result of building up; buildup, accretion
proliferation
The process by which an organism produces others of its kind; breeding, propagation, procreation, reproduction
proliferative
of or pertaining to proliferation, especially of cells

We conclude that aneuploidy causes not only a proliferative disadvantage but also a set of phenotypes....

proliferated
past of proliferate
proliferates
third-person singular of proliferate
proliferating
{s} thriving, prospering, growing quickly; multiplying quickly, reproducing rapidly
proliferating
present participle of proliferate
proliferation
The rapid spreading of something This could apply to nuclear knowledge as well as nuclear materials
proliferation
The spread of WMD Horizontal proliferation refers to the spread of WMD to states that have not previously possessed them Vertical proliferation refers to an increase in the amount or devastating capacity of any currently existing WMD arsenals within a state
proliferation
a spreading; propagation
proliferation
growth by the rapid multiplication of parts
proliferation
Proliferation or reconstruction is when new granulation tissue is formed to replace lost volume Epithelial cells grow around the wound, or in islets, to form a new protective covering
proliferation
A small plantlet will occasionally form on the scape This is called a proliferation and can be rooted to form a plant (clone) identical to the mother plant
proliferation
growth by the rapid multiplication of parts a rapid increase in number (especially a rapid increase in the number of deadly weapons); "the proliferation of nuclear weapons
proliferation
The spread of nuclear weapons to countries without them and their development within countries which have them (see also Non-Proliferation Treaty)
proliferation
The production of numerous zooids by budding, especially when buds arise from other buds in succession
proliferation
{i} rapid multiplication, rapid reproduction; prosperity, rapid growth, instance of thriving
proliferation
The continuous development of cells in tissue formation; cell formation
proliferation
Proliferation means to reproduce or increase rapidly and repeatedly
proliferation
the act of increasing or rising; augmentation, amplification, enlargement, escalation, aggrandizement
proliferation
a rapid increase in number (especially a rapid increase in the number of deadly weapons); "the proliferation of nuclear weapons"
proliferation
Rapid reproduction, multiplication or growth in numbers
proliferation
the spread of biochemical, nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction to countries not originally involved in developing them
proliferation
rapid reproduction or replication
proliferative
proliferating; tending to proliferate
proliferative
{s} prosperous, flourishing, growing quickly; reproducing quickly, multiplying rapidly
proliferate
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