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söndürmek
{f} (susuzluğu) gidermek
{f} (çeliğe) su
yatıştırmak
{f} su vermek (çelik)
{f} bastırmak
{f} (ateş, yangın v.b.'ni) söndürmek
su vermek
sertleştirmek
suvermek
(susuzluk/vb.) gidermek
dindirmek
bastır
{f} ağzını tıkamak
{f} (isyan v.b.'ni) bastırmak; (duygu, umut v.b.'ni) yok etmek
{f} kırmak (umut)
{f} sulamak
(Nükleer Bilimler) sönüm
{f} gidermek

Susuzluğumu gidermek için bir bardak bira içtim. - I had a glass of beer to quench my thirst.

kırmak su vermek sulamak
gidermek (susuzluk)
tavlamak
kırmak
quench hardening
(Mekanik) su verme sertleştirmesi
quench the thirst
susuzluğu gidermek
quench time
sönme süresi
quench cooling
su ile soğutma
quench cracking
suverme çatlaması
quench one's thirst
hararetini söndürmek
quench one's thirst
susuzluğunu gidermek
quench one's thirst
hararetini azaltmak
quench testing
(İnşaat) su verme deneyi
quench thirst
hararet söndürmek
quenched
Susuzluğu dinmiş olan
quenching
(Nükleer Bilimler) su verme (şok soğutma),sönümleme,sönüm
quenched
su verilmiş
quenched
bastırılmış
quenching
(Denizbilim) sönü
quenching
(Biyokimya) sönüm
quenching
(Çevre) kısma
source quench
(Bilgisayar) kaynak yavaşlatma
ideal quench
ideal suverme
quenched
{f} bastır
quencher
söndürücü
quenching
suverme
quenching
söndürme
end quench test
uca suverme deneyi
quenching
(Mühendislik) su verme
quenchless
sönmez
severity of quench
suverme şiddeti
source quench
(Bilgisayar) Kaynak yavaşlaması
gamma quench
(Nükleer Bilimler) gama ışınım zayıflaması
quencher
{i} içki

Favori susuzluk içkin nedir? - What's your favorite thirst quencher?

quencher
(isim) içki
quenchless
giderilemez
quenchless
bitmez/sönmez
quenchless
{s} geçmez
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The abnormal termination of operation of a superconducting magnet, occurring when part of the superconducting coil enters the normal (resistive) state
To satisfy, especially an actual or figurative thirst

I began also to feel very hungry, as not having eaten for twenty-four hours; and worse than that, there was a parching thirst and dryness in my throat, and nothing with which to quench it.

To cool rapidly by dipping into a bath of coolant, as a blacksmith quenching hot iron

The swordsmith quenched the sword in an oil bath so that it wouldn't shatter.

To extinguish or put out (as a fire or light.)

Then the MacManus went down. The sudden quench of the white light was how I knew it. -- Saul Bellow.

{v} to extinguish, cool, allay, destroy
To extinguish; to overwhelm; to make an end of; said of flame and fire, of things burning, and figuratively of sensations and emotions; as, to quench flame; to quench a candle; to quench thirst, love, hate, etc
quenching - loss of superconductivity of the current carrying coil that may occur unexpectedly in a superconducting magnet As the magnet becomes resistive, heat will be released that can result in rapid evaporation of liquid helium in the cryostat
To become extinguished; to go out; to become calm or cool
absorption of light in an assay mixture by either reactants or impurities
(1) To slake one's thirst (2) To cool (hot metal) by thrusting into water or other liquid
to grow cool
a method of cooling a substance suddenly, usually in water, oil, or air
etenn, tranpe
Rapid cooling of molten solder to below its melting point
The rapid cooling of the EDMed surface by the dielectric fluid Partially responsible for metallurgical changes in the recast layer and the heat-affected zone
[1] to damp or suppress a spark
reduce the degree of (luminescence or phosphorescence) in (excited molecules or a material) by adding a suitable substance satisfy (thirst); "The cold water quenched his thirst"
cool by plunging into cold water; "quench metal" reduce the degree of (luminescence or phosphorescence) in (excited molecules or a material) by adding a suitable substance satisfy (thirst); "The cold water quenched his thirst" electronics: suppress (sparking) when the current is cut off in an inductive circuit, or suppress (an oscillation or discharge) in a component or device
the change of state from superconducting to nonsuperconducting ('normal')
If someone who is thirsty quenches their thirst, they lose their thirst by having a drink. He stopped to quench his thirst at a stream
{f} satisfy a need (esp. thirst); extinguish, put out; cool by immersing in a cold liquid; repress a desire (or urge, etc.); put an end to, destroy; relieve
The cooling of a die casting from its ejection temperature to room temperature
reduce the degree of (luminescence or phosphorescence) in (excited molecules or a material) by adding a suitable substance
To quickly place a heated object in cold water This is usually done to either stop the cooking process or to separate the skin of an object from the meat This process is sometimes referred to as "shocking "
satisfy (thirst); "The cold water quenched his thirst"
Rapid cooling in water to retain compounds in a supersaturated solid solution after the solution heat treatment (usually considered part of the solution heat-treatment process)
electronics: suppress (sparking) when the current is cut off in an inductive circuit, or suppress (an oscillation or discharge) in a component or device
suppress or crush completely; "squelch any sign of dissent"; "quench a rebellion"
rapid cooling of a material from a high temperature quickly, so that the material cannot assume its normal low temperature state
cool by plunging into cold water; "quench metal"
To cool suddenly, as heated steel, in tempering
put out, as of fires, flames, or lights; "Too big to be extinguished at once, the forest fires at best could be contained"; "quench the flames"; "snuff out the candles"
quenching
The rapid cooling of a hot metal object, by placing it in a liquid, in order to harden it
quenching
Present participle of quench
quenching
The extinction of any of several physical properties
quenchless
That cannot be quenched; unquenchable
quencher
{n} one who or that which quenches
quenchless
{a} that cannot be extinguished
icmp source quench
(Bilgisayar) Using the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), a source quench is a message from one host computer to another telling it to reduce the pace at which it is sending packet to that host. The source quench is one of several ways to manage the flow of packets on the Internet
source quench
(Bilgisayar) Using the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), a source quench is a message from one host computer to another telling it to reduce the pace at which it is sending packet to that host. The source quench is one of several ways to manage the flow of packets on the Internet
quenched
subdued or overcome; "the quelled rebellion"; "an uprising quenched almost before it started"; "a squelched rumor"
quenched
Past tense of to quench
quenched
allayed; "his thirst quenched he was able to continue
quenched
allayed; "his thirst quenched he was able to continue"
quencher
Something that quenches (thirst, fire, etc.)
quencher
One who, or that which, quenches
quencher
A material introduced into a luminescent substance to reduce the duration of phosphorescence
quencher
A substance that deactivates excited molecules by processes such as resonance energy transfer and complex formation
quencher
{i} person or thing which satisfies a need; soother, reliever; extinguisher; suppressor, queller
quenching
A processing procedure that describes a variety of processes used to rapidly cool a metal product The process is used to improve specific properties of a metal product
quenching
the act of extinguishing; causing to stop burning; "the extinction of the lights"
quenching
Rapid cooling When applicable, the following more specific terms should be used: direct quenching, fog quenching, hot quenching, interrupted quenching, selective quenching, spray quenching, and time quenching
quenching
Rapid cooling of a metal from an elevated temperature
quenching
The reduction of luminescence of a sample by the addition of a quencher
quenching
Submersing a piece of metal into a fluid bath Primarily used in the processes of cleaning and heat treating processes such as annealing The ideal quenching temperature for annealing varies from metal to metal Some metals are air-cooled before quenching
quenching
Cooling from high temperature, usually at a fast rate
quenching
Rapid cooling of a work-piece/material from a higher forming/heat treatment temperature to RT [room temperature], to avoid detrimentaldetrimental precipitations, which negatively influence corrosion resistance, strength, etc
quenching
Controlled rapid cooling of a metal from an elevated temperature by contact with a liquid, a gas, or a solid
quenching
nibbâna: the going out of a lamp or fire; extinguishing (in general) It is the state of final liberation which the Buddha reached and guided others to The attainment of nibbana is construed differently by Hindus and some Mahayana Buddhists (who use the Sanskrit form "nirvana), and it is better to consult other books on the subject for further information "Quenching" is the most evocative translation of the word, and, I believe, the most accurate
quenching
Rapid cooling, as by immersion in oil or water, of a metal object from the high temperature at which it is shaped. Quenching is usually done to maintain mechanical properties that would be lost with slow cooling. It is commonly applied to steel objects, to which it gives hardness. The quenching media and the type of agitation during quenching are selected to obtain specified physical properties with minimum internal stresses and distortions. Oil is the mildest medium, and salt brine has the strongest quenching effect. In special cases, steel is cooled and held for some time in a molten salt bath, which is kept at a temperature either just above or just below the temperature where martensite begins to form. These two heat treatments, called martempering and austempering, both result in even less distortion of the metal. Copper objects hardened by hammering or other deformation at ordinary temperatures can be restored to malleability by heating and quenching. See also tempering
quenching
{i} satisfaction of a need (esp. thirst); extinguishing, putting out
quenching
[1] Dipping a heated object into water, oil or other substance, to quickly reduce the temperature Quenching into water gives a more rapid cooling rate than into oil The term also applies to cooling in salt and molten-metal baths or by means of an air blast Applied to steels heated above their upper critical temperature in order to harden them prior to tempering and to other alloys for solution treatment prior to precipitation hardening
quenchless
impossible to quench; "unquenchable thirst
quenchless
impossible to quench; "unquenchable thirst"
quenchless
Incapable of being quenched; inextinguishable; as, quenchless fire or fury
quenchless
{s} insatiable, cannot be satisfied (need, such as thirst); cannot be repressed (urge, desire, etc.); cannot be extinguished, cannot be put out
quench
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