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doymuş

Buhar ısı uygulanmasıyla bir gaz formuna dönüştürülebilir sudur. Bu da, ya doymuş, kızdırılmış, kuru ya da ıslak olabilir. - Steam is water changed to a gaseous form by the application of heat. It may be either saturated, superheated, dry or wet.

İş piyasası doymuş değil. - The job market is not saturated.

satüre edilmiş
{s} (sıfat) doymuş (yağ vb.)
{f} doyur
(Tıp) İşba edilmiş, mesamatı iyice dolmuş, meşbu, doymuş
doygun
Doymuş, doyma noktasına erişmiş
{s} koyu
ıslat/doyur
{s} canlı (renk)
doymak
canlı

Bu fotoğraftaki gökyüzü çok canlı. - The sky in this photo is very saturated.

saturate
{f} doyurmak
saturated fatty acid
(Gıda) doymuş yağ asidi
saturated liquid
doymuş sıvı
saturated steam
çürük buhar
saturated vapor
doymuş buhar
saturated vapour
(Fizik,Teknik) doymuş buhar
saturated compound
doymuş bileşik
saturated layer
doymuş tabaka
saturated solution
doygun çözelti
saturated solution
doymuş çözelti
saturated air
İçerisindeki su buharı kısmı basıncının bulunulan sıcaklıktaki buhar basıncına eşit olduğu hava
saturated air
Doymuş hava, doygun hava
saturated air
Belirli bir basınç ve sıcaklıkta tutabileceği maksimum miktardaki su buharına sahip olan hava
saturated concrete
(İnşaat) Doymuş beton
saturated fat
Doymuş yağ
saturated solution
doymuş çözelti, doygun çözelti
saturated vapour
doymuş buhar, doygun buhar
saturated water
Doymuş su
saturated adiabats
(Askeri) doymuş adiyabatikler
saturated adiabats
(Askeri) DOYGUN ADYABATLAR: Bak. "adiabatic chart"
saturated clay
doygun kil
saturated clay sample
doygun kil numunesi
saturated compound
(Kimya) doygun bileşik
saturated density
doygun birim hacim ağırlık
saturated ground
doymuş zemin
saturated ground
doygun zemin
saturated hydrocarbon
doymuş karbonlu hidrojen
saturated magnet
doygun mıknatıs
saturated magnet
doygun miknatis
saturated sample
doygun numune
saturated soil
(Tarım,Teknik) doymuş zemin
saturated soil
(Meteoroloji) doymuş toprak
saturated soil
(Çevre) doygun zemin
saturated soils
doygun zemin
saturated solid solution
doymuş katı çözelti
saturated steam
(Tekstil) doygun buhar, doymuş buhar
saturated surface
(İnşaat) neme doymuş yüzey
saturated thickness
doygun kalınlık
saturated unit weight
doygun birim ağırlık
saturated vapor line
doymuş sıvı hatrı
saturated vapour pressure
(Fizik) doymuş buhar basıncı
saturated with bituminous
(İnşaat) bitüm ile doyurulmuş
saturate
doygun hale getirmek
saturate
(Tıp) Her hangi bir cisme başka bir cisim meczettirip fazlasını alamayacak derecede doldurmak
saturate
sırılsıklam etmek
saturate
ıslatmak
saturate
doyma durumuna getirmek
to be saturated
doymak
be saturated
doymak
saturate
doymuş

İş piyasası doymuş değil. - The job market is not saturated.

Pazar tamamen doymuş. - The market is completely saturated.

saturate
kafasını iyice doldurmak
saturate
içine geçip yayılmak
saturate
içine işlemek
saturate
nüfuz etmek
saturate
işba etmek
saturate
sindirmek
saturate
gına getirtmek
saturate
bıktırmak
saturate
yutmak
saturate
doymak
saturate
iyice doldurmak
make saturated
doyur
saturate
doymuş hale getirmek
saturate
(kafasını) iyice doldurmak
saturate
doyur
water-saturated
su doygun
aliphatic saturated compounds
(Tekstil) alifatik doymuş bileşikler
be saturated with
gına gelmek
saturate
{f} bombalamak
saturate
{f} gına getirmek
saturate
suya doyurmak
saturate
{f} emdirmek
super saturated
(Denizbilim) aşırı doygun
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Определение saturated в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

SATUR
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Sevâtir) Satır, büyük bıçak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Containing all the solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature
Full; unable to hold or contain any more
Having all available valence bonds filled; especially of any organic compound containing only single bonds between carbon atoms
Soaked or drenched with moisture
Simple past tense and past participle of saturate
being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature; unable to dissolve still more of a substance; "a saturated solution"
Saturated fats are types of fat that are found in some foods, especially meat, eggs, and things such as butter and cheese. They are believed to cause heart disease and some other illnesses if eaten too often. foods rich in cholesterol and saturated fats
(1) in organics, a chemical compound with all carbon bonds satisfied; it does not contain double or triple bonds and thus cannot add elements or compounds (2) in liquids, a solution that contains enough of a dissolved solid, liquid, or gas so that no more will dissolve into the solution at a given temperature and pressure
wet through and through; thoroughly wet; "stood at the door drenched (or soaked) by the rain"; "a shirt saturated with perspiration"; "his shoes were sopping (or soaking)"; "the speaker's sodden collar"; "soppy clothes"
{s} completely soaked, filled to capacity
used especially of organic compounds; having all available valence bonds filled; "saturated fats"
being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature; unable to dissolve still more of a substance; "a saturated solution
A condition in which the INTERSTICES of a material are filled with a liquid, usually water
(of color) being chromatically pure; not diluted with white or gray or black
past of saturate
A soil condition in which all voids (pore spaces) between soil particles are filled with water
Filled with moisture, soaked to capacity
a solution containing the maximum amount of a solute that can be dissolved in that solution
adj imbued or impregnated thoroughly : soaked, filled, or loaded to capacity
The part of a water-bearing formation in which all the void spaces are zone filled with water
Unable to hold or contain more
Filled to repletion; holding by absorption, or in solution, all that is possible; as, saturated garments; a saturated solution of salt
Contrasted with unsaturated
Molecules that contain only single bonds between atoms They have no room to add more atoms to their chemical structure
The condition wherein the pore spaces in a solid (such as rock) are completely filled with liquid (such as water)
1) (of a compound ) Consisting of molecules that have only single bonds (i e no double or triple bonds) Saturated compounds can undergo substitution reactions but not addition reactions 2) (of a solution ) Containing the maximum equilibrium amount of solute at a given temperature In a saturated solution the dissolved substance is in equilibrium with the undissolved substance; i e the rate at which solute particles leave the solution is exactly balanced by the rate at which they dissolve A solution containing less than the equilibrium amount is said to be unsaturated One containing more than the equilibrium amount is supersaturated Supersaturated solutions can be made by slowly cooling a saturated solution Such solutions are metastable; if a small crystal seed is added the excess solute crystallizes out of solution
(of color) being chromatically pure; not diluted with white or gray or black used especially of organic compounds; having all available valence bonds filled; "saturated fats"
a condition in which all voids (pores) between soil particles are filled with water
what happens to your studio after you go bead shopping
(1) Generally, filled to capacity; having absorbed all that can be taken up; soaked through with moisture (2) (Hydrologic) A condition often used in reference to soils in which all voids or pore spaces between soil particles are filled with water (3) (Chemistry) Describes a solution in its most concentrated state in which dissolved material can remain in solution under given conditions of temperature, pressure, etc ADVANCE \x 540
compound containing only single bonds
Having its affinity satisfied; combined with all it can hold; said of certain atoms, radicals, or compounds; thus, methane is a saturated compound
completely filled with water
saturated fat
A fat or oil, from either animal or vegetable sources, containing a high proportion of saturated fatty acids; will typically be solid at room temperature; a diet high in saturated rather than unsaturated fats is thought to contribute to higher levels of cholesterol in the blood
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid, such as stearic acid, that contains no carbon to carbon double bonds
saturated solution
a solution in which the solvent can dissolve no more of a specific solute at a particular temperature
saturated vapor pressure
Alternative form of saturation vapor pressure
saturated fat
What it does: Shown to raise cholesterol, associated with a risk of heart disease Where you get it: Butter, lard, meat, poultry, whole-milk dairy foods, palm oil, and coconut oil DRI or RDA: None
saturated fat
A type of dietary fat which contains the maximum number of hydrogen atoms possible These types of fat are solid at room temperature Should be consumed sparingly or avoided
saturated fat
20g
saturated fat
A fat, most often of animal origin, that is solid at room temperature and whose fatty acid chains cannot incorporate additional hydrogen atoms. An excess of these fats in the diet is thought to raise the cholesterol level in the bloodstream. a type of fat from meat and milk products that is thought to be less healthy than other kinds of fat from vegetables or fish
saturated fat
fat that is found in foods from animal meats and skin, dairy products, and some vegetables Saturated fats are usually solid at room temperatures and can increase LDL levels
saturated fat
(SATCH-er-ay-ted)
saturated fat
Mainly derived from animals, although some vegetables are also highly saturated A good clue that a fat is saturated is that it is solid at room temperature
saturated fat
Usually solid at room temperature, saturated fat is commonly found in animal products, such as meat, poultry, egg yolks, and dairy products It is also found in some vegetable products, such as coconut and cocoa Saturated fat raises blood cholesterol more than anything else in the diet
saturated fat
Fat found in foods mainly of animal origin and a few of vegetable origin Saturated fat tends to increase LDL cholesterol levels
saturated fat
A type of fat that raises blood cholesterol Sources are mainly from animal origin foods but also include plant sources such as palm and coconut oil
saturated fat
Solid at room temperature Raises blood cholesterol Found in animal sources, coconut, palm oil
saturated fat
(SATCH-er-ay-ted) A fat that is solid at room temperature Fats that are in foods are combinations of monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and saturated fatty acids Saturated fat is found in high-fat dairy products (like cheese, whole milk, cream, butter, and regular ice cream), fatty fresh and processed meats, the skin and fat of chicken and turkey, lard, palm oil, and coconut oil They have the same number of calories as other types of fat, and may contribute to weight gain if eaten in excess Eating a diet high in saturated fat also raises blood cholesterol and risk of heart disease
saturated fat
- Fats can be classified as saturated, monounsaturated or polyunsaturated Polyunsaturated fats have the least amount of saturation The more saturated fats play a role in health and tend to raise blood cholesterol Popular saturated fats include butter, palm kernel oil and coconut oil
saturated fat
fats of animal origin Saturated fat tends to raise blood cholesterol levels
saturated fat
Saturated fats are usually solid or almost solid at room temperature All animal fats, such as those in meat, poultry, and dairy products are saturated Processed and fast foods are also saturated Vegetable oils also can be saturated Palm, palm kernel and coconut oils are saturated vegetable oils Fats containing mostly unsaturated fat can be made more saturated through a process called "hydrogenation " ****
saturated fat
is a form of dietary fat that raises cholesterol levels and causes atherosclerosis
saturated fat
Fat which is a solid at room temperature It is worse for your health than fats which are liquid at room temperature
saturated fat
a type of fat found in animal products such as whole milk, eggs, and meats
saturated fat
Solid at room temperature and found in animal products, saturated fat is also found in certain vegetable oils such as coconut and palm oil and in those containing hydrogenated vegetable oils These fats are thought to have a greater impact on raising blood cholesterol levels than dietary cholesterol Choosing lean meats, removing skin from poultry and selecting low-fat dairy products are a few simple ways to decrease the saturated fat in the diet
saturated fat
Type of fat found in foods of animal origin and a few of vegetable origin; they are usually solid at room temperature Abundant in meat and dairy products, saturated fat tends to increase LDL cholesterol levels, and it may raise the risk of certain types of cancer
saturated fat
A type of fat that comes from animals See also: Fats
saturated fat
a form of fat in meat, coconut and palm oils, and animal sources such as whole-milk dairy products These fats raise blood cholesterol levels, particularly LDL ("bad" cholesterol) levels
saturated fat
fat that is found in foods from animal meats and skin, dairy products and some vegetables
saturated fat
A type of fat found in greatest amounts in foods from animals such as meat, poultry, and whole-milk dairy products like cream, milk, ice cream, and cheese Other examples of saturated fat include butter, the marbling and fat along the edges of meat, butter, and lard And the saturated fat content is high in some vegetable oils - like coconut, palm kernel, and palm oils Saturated fat raises blood cholesterol more than anything else in the diet
saturated fats
fats that are usually solid at room temperature
saturated fats
fats containing no carbon-to-carbon double bonds; these fats are less susceptible to autoxidation (conversion to a peroxidized, immune-suppressive, clot promoting, carcinogenic form) than are polyunsaturated fats
saturated fats
hydronated fat
saturated fats
A fatty acid found in animal foods, hydrogenated vegetable oils, and some dairy products
saturated fats
Fats in foods that are solid at room temperature They come chiefly from animal sources (beef, whole-milk dairy products, dark meat poultry) but also from tropical vegetable oils (coconut, palm), and are the main dietary contributors to raised blood cholesterol levels
saturated fats
Fats that are solid or hard at room temperature and are found in most animal products and in some plant products such as coconut oil, palm oil, palm kernel oil, and hydrogenated fats These fats raise the blood cholesterol levels
saturated fats
Fats in foods of animal origin (abundant in meat and dairy products) and a few of vegetable origin; they are usually solid at room temperature They tend to increase LDL levels
saturated fats
According to the American Heart Association, most Americans obtain 12% to 18% of their total calories from saturated fat The AHA recommends getting no more than 10% of daily calories from saturated fat Much of this comes from eating baked goods containing coconut oil, palm oil, or cocoa butter Just because a food's advertising says 100% vegetable oil does not mean it is low in saturate fat Palm oil gets approximately 79% of its calories from saturated fat, making it higher in saturated fat than any animal fat source
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid containing no carbon-carbon double bonds
saturated fatty acid
A long-chain carboxylic acid that contains no C==C double bonds See unsaturated fatty acid
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid whose carbon chain cannot absorb any more hydrogen atoms; found chiefly in animal fats
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid carrying the maximum possible number of hydrogen atoms (It doesn't have any double bounds) Unsaturated fatty acid: a fatty acid with one or more double bounds
saturated fatty acid
usually solid at room temperature; higher proportions found in foods from animal sources; tend to raise blood cholesterol levels
saturated solution
fluid which has reached its maximum capacity for dissolving materials
saturated steam
steam at boiling point temperature that matches its pressure
saturate
{v} to fill till no more can be received
saturate
To satisfy the affinity of; to cause to become inert by chemical combination with all that it can hold; as, to saturate phosphorus with chlorine
saturate
(i) To fill all the voids between soil particles with a liquid (ii) To form the most concentrated solution possible under a given set of physical conditions in the presence of an excess of the solute (iii) To fill to capacity, as the adsorption complex with a cation species; e g , H+-saturated, etc
saturate
To satisfy the affinity of; to cause a substance to become inert by chemical combination with all that it can hold
saturate
to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
saturate
If someone or something is saturated, they become extremely wet. If the filter has been saturated with motor oil, it should be discarded and replaced. a type of fat from meat or milk products that is thought to be less healthy than other kinds of fat from vegetables or fish = saturated fat
saturate
Filled to repletion; saturated; soaked
saturate
to soak; to dissolve to the highest possible concentrations
saturate
cause a chemical compound, vapour, solution, magnetic material, etc
saturate
To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill fully; to sate
saturate
If people or things saturate a place or object, they fill it completely so that no more can be added. In the last days before the vote, both sides are saturating the airwaves As the market was saturated with goods and the economy became more balanced, inflation went down
saturate
fill to capacity
saturate
To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; imbue
saturate
cause (a chemical compound, vapour, solution, magnetic material, etc ) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
saturate
{f} soak or fill completely; impregnate with as much material as possible; cause a substance to absorb as much of another substance as possible (Chemistry)
saturate
infuse or fill completely; "Impregnate the cloth with alcohol"
saturate
To treat or charge something to the point where no more can be absorbed, dissolved, or retained In meteorology, it is used when discussing the amount of water vapor in a volume of air
saturate
Data value at which saturation occurs
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Определение saturated в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

satur
saturn
saturated

    Расстановка переносов

    sa·tu·ra·ted

    Турецкое произношение

    säçıreytıd

    Произношение

    /ˈsaʧərˌātəd/ /ˈsæʧɜrˌeɪtəd/

    Этимология

    [ 'sa-ch&-"rAt ] (transitive verb.) 1538. Latin saturatus, past participle of saturare, from satur well-fed; more at SATIRE.

    Видео

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    Слово дня

    miscible
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