puncture

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
patlak (lastik)
küçük delik
(Tıp) pikür
(Tıp) ponksiyon
patlamak
{f} delik aç
(lastikte/vb.) patlak
delik açmak
delmek
(Tıp, İlaç) Delme
(Tıp, İlaç) Sivri bir şeyle açılan delik, sivri bir aletle yaralama
{f} (lastik, balon v.b.'ni) patlatmak
delik
delin/del
(Tıp) Punctura
{f} boşa çıkmak
Lastiğimiz patladı
{f} boşa çıkarmak
iğne deliği gibi ufak delik
patlama delmek
{i} patlama

Patlama yarası çok derindi ve enfeksiyon için muayene edilmesi gerekiyordu. - The puncture wound was very deep and had to be examined for infection.

{f} yıkmak
{i} ufak delik
{i} delinme
{f} delmek (lastik)
{i} (lastikte) patlak
{f} söndürmek
değersizliğini ispat etmek
{f} patlatmak
{f} delinmek
delinmesi
delim
delil
patlak

Bisikletimin tekeri patlak. - My bicycle has a punctured tire.

puncture biopsy
(Tıp) ponksiyon biyopsisi
puncture outfit
lastik tamiri malzemesi
puncture resistance
(Gıda) delinme dayanımı
puncture resistance
(Gıda) delinme direnci
puncture resistance
delinme mukavemeti
puncture warning sensor
delik uyarı sensörü
punctured
delinmek
lumbar puncture
lomber ponksiyon
marrow puncture
kemik iliği ponksiyonu
puncturing
{f} del
puncturing
{i} delme
suprapubic puncture
suprapubik ponksiyon
arterial puncture
atardamar delinmesi
arterial puncture
atardamarın delinmesi
punctured
delikli
punctures
delikler
puncturing
delerek
stabbing puncture hazard
ponksiyon tehlike bıçaklama
have a puncture
We had a puncture. Lastiğimiz patladı
punctured
delme
punctured
delik
puncturing
delgileme
to puncture
ponksiyon yapmak
tyre puncture
(Otomotiv) araba lastiğinin patlaması
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To pierce; to break through; to tear a hole

The needle punctured the balloon instantly.

A hole, cut, or tear created by a sharp object

Dieter's car had suffered a puncture on the RN3 road between Paris and Meaux. A bent nail was stuck in the tire.

{n} a small prick, little hole, fracture
{v} to prick or perforate with a pointed instrument
The act of puncturing; perforating with something pointed
be pierced or punctured; "The tire punctured"
make by piercing; "puncture a hole"
To pierce with a small, pointed instrument, or the like; to prick; to make a puncture in; as, to puncture the skin
make by piercing; "puncture a hole
loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object
Break in composite skin in sandwich structure that may or may not go through to the core material or completely through the part
a small impression on the hard outer parts of the insect body, like that made by a needle
cause to lose air pressure or collapse by piercing; "puncture an air balloon"
If a car tyre or bicycle tyre punctures or if something punctures it, a hole is made in the tyre. The tyre is guaranteed never to puncture or go flat He punctured a tyre in the last lap
If a sharp object punctures something, it makes a hole in it. The bullet punctured the skull
Term used when a disruptive discharge occurs through a solid dielectric A disruptive discharge in a solid dielectric produces a permanent loss of dielectric strength; in a liquid of gaseous dielectric, the loss may be only temporary
the act of puncturing or perforating a small hole made by a sharp object loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object be pierced or punctured; "The tire punctured"
the act of puncturing or perforating
A puncture is a small hole in a car tyre or bicycle tyre that has been made by a sharp object. Somebody helped me mend the puncture. a tyre that has a slow puncture
{f} perforate, make a hole; pierce, stab with a pointed object; deflate by piercing; damage, wound; destroy, ruin
A puncture is a small hole in someone's skin that has been made by or with a sharp object. An instrument called a trocar makes a puncture in the abdominal wall
{i} hole, perforation; blowout, flat tire
pierce with a pointed object; make a hole into; "puncture a tire"
reduce or lessen the size or importance of; "The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence"
A hole, cut, or tear in a vehicles tire
If someone's feelings or beliefs are punctured, their feelings or beliefs are made to seem wrong or foolish, especially when this makes the person feel disappointed or upset. His enthusiasm for fishing had been punctured by the sight of what he might catch. = deflate
a small hole made by a sharp object
A small hole made by a point; a slight wound, bite, or sting; as, the puncture of a nail, needle, or pin
puncture wound
(Tıp, İlaç) A wound that is caused by an object piercing the skin and creating a small hole
puncture weed
A prostrate weed (Tribulus terrestris) native to the Old World, having opposite, pinnately compound leaves and woody fruit with stout divergent spines. Also called puncture vine
lumbar puncture
A diagnostic and at times therapeutic procedure performed to collect a sample of cerebrospinal fluid for biochemical, microbiological, and cytological analysis, or rarely to relieve increased intracranial pressure
emergency airway puncture
A cricothyrotomy (also called thyrocricotomy, cricothyroidotomy, inferior laryngotomy, intercricothyrotomy, coniotomy or emergency airway puncture) is an incision made through the skin and cricothyroid membrane to establish a patent airway during certain life-threatening situations, such as airway obstruction by a foreign body, angioedema, or massive facial trauma
lumbar puncture
The insertion of a hollow needle beneath the arachnoid membrane of the spinal cord in the lumbar region to withdraw cerebrospinal fluid for diagnostic purposes or to administer medication
lumbar puncture
removal by centesis of fluid from the subarachnoid space of the lumbar region of the spinal cord for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
punctured
Produced by puncture; having the characteristics of a puncture; as, a punctured wound
punctured
Having the surface covered with minute indentations or dots
punctured
having a hole cut through; "pierced ears"; "a perforated eardrum"; "a punctured balloon"
punctured
{s} containing a hole, pierced; deflated, having the air removed (i.e. a tire); damaged, wounded; destroyed, ruined
punctured
past of puncture
punctures
third-person singular of puncture
punctures
plural of puncture
puncturing
present participle of puncture
puncturing
{i} perforating, creating holes; piercing with a stab object, stabbing; deflating by piercing; damaging, wounding; destroying, ruining
puncture
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