slump

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} ani düşüş
kendini bırakmış bir şekilde oturma veya yürüme
toprak kaymak
-e yığılmak
ansızın düşme
(İnşaat) slamp
(Ticaret) ekonomik durgunluk
(Ticaret) ticarette durgunluk
suya düşmek
ansızın düşmek
(İnşaat) göçmek
gevşemek
fiyat vb düşmek
düşüş
{i} birdenbire düşme
kötüleşme
durgunluk
birdenbire düşmek
birdenbire ve hızla düşme
azalmak
yığılmak
(sayıca/vb.) düşmek
{f} birdenbire düş
kriz

Menkul kıymetler borsası sürüp giden bir ekonomik kriz içindedir. - The stock market is in a prolonged slump.

kötüye gitmek
(iş/ticaret/fiyat/vb.'de) düşme
küt diye düşmek
{i} toprak kayması
{i} birden düşme
birden düşmek veya batmak
çöküp düşmek
{i} iktisadi bunalım
{i} çökme
{f} birden düşmek
{i} düşme

Tayvan doları değer kazandı ve Tayvan ihracatının düşmesine neden oldu. - The Taiwanese dollar appreciated, causing Taiwanese exports to slump.

{f} into -e çöküvermek
{f} kaymak (toprak)
{f} pat diye düşmek
fiyatların birden düşmesi
iş durğunluğu
{f} onto/to/over -in üstüne çöküvermek
{i} durgunluk (piyasa)
{i} ekonomik kriz

Menkul kıymetler borsası sürüp giden bir ekonomik kriz içindedir. - The stock market is in a prolonged slump.

{f} çökmek
{i} (fiyat, oy, müşteri sayısı v.b.'nde) düşüş, düşme
durgunluk/bunalım
(Mukavele) çökme; fiyatların birden düşmesi; iş durgunluğu
çök/düş
kaymak
(Hukuk) çöküş

O bir çöküş içinde görünüyor. - He seems to be in a slump.

Tom son zamanlarda bir çöküş içinde. - Tom's in a slump lately.

slump loss
(İnşaat) çökme kaybı
slump test
(Askeri) yayılma deneyi
slump test
(İnşaat) çökme deneyi
slump to
-in üstüne çöküvermek
slump forward
ileriye doğru kaykılmak
slump cone
slamp konisi
slump cone
slamp hunisi
slump cone
(İnşaat) çökme konisi
slump down
kendini bırakmak
slump down
çökmek
slump down
yığılmak
slump into
-e çöküvermek
slump test set
(İnşaat) slump test seti
slumped
düşmüş
slumping
slamp
slumped
{f} düş

Adam aniden yere düştü. - The man slumped to the floor.

slumping
göçme
slumping
çökme
housing slump
(Ekonomi) konut piyasasındaki dalgalanma
Abrams' slump cone
(Mimarlık) Abrams konisi
Abrams' slump test
(Mimarlık) Abrams deneyi
collapse slump
yıkılış çökmesi
slumping
kaymak
slumping
toprak kayması
slumping
birden çökmek
slumping
oturmak
slumping
devrilmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To slouch or droop
A heavy or helpless collapse; a slouching or drooping posture; a period of poor activity or performance, especially an extended period
To collapse heavily or helplessly
To decline or fall off in activity or performance
{i} recession, sudden decrease; drooping posture, slouch; collapse; period of time in which performance is poor
{v} to sink or fall into water or mud, through ice or other hard surface
another word for a recession, a decrease in demand, output, etc
A landslide where the underlying rock masses tilt back as they slide from a cliff or escarpment
the downward slipping of a mass of rock or unconsolidated material moving as a unit along a spoon-shaped surface, usually with backward rotation
The gross amount; the mass; the lump
assume a drooping posture or carriage
If something such as the value of something slumps, it falls suddenly and by a large amount. Net profits slumped by 41% Government popularity in Scotland has slumped to its lowest level since the 1970s. Slump is also a noun. a slump in property prices
A type of landslide in which a coherent mass of soil moves as a unit above a curved failure surface
{f} fall, collapse; droop, slouch; decline, decrease, deteriorate; sink down, settle
a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality; "the team went into a slump"; "a gradual slack in output"; "a drop-off in attendance"; "a falloff in quality"
A SLIDE characterized by a rotary movement of a generally independent mass of rock or earth along a curved slip surface
go down in value; "the stock market corrected"; "prices slumped"
The noise made by anything falling into a hole, or into a soft, miry place
measurement that indicates the rate of workability of plastic concrete, lower is drier
To lump; to throw into a mess
suddenly and markedly; a falling off; as, a slump in trade, in prices, etc
1 A downward and outward slide occurring along a concave slip plane 2 The material that breaks off in such a slide
a mass movement process in which slope failure occurs on a usually curved slip surface and the unit moves downslope as an intact block, frequently rotating outward Slumps appear as discrete block movements, often in place, whereas slides usually break up and travel downslope
To slide or slip on a declivity, so that the motion is perceptible; said of masses of earth or rock
fall or sink heavily; "He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"
Tendency of a solder cream to spread out from the original shape and position in which it was printed or dispensed and hence bridge between pads or create solder balls
not strong enough to bear the person
(i) A mass movement process characterized by a landslide involving a shearing and rotary movement of a generally independent mass of rock or earth along a curved slip surface (concave upward) and about an axis parallel to the slope from which it descends, and by backward tilting of the mass with respect to that slope so that the slump surface often exhibits a reversed slope facing uphill (ii) The landform or mass of material slipped down during, or produced by a slump
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly; "The real estate market fell off"
a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment
To fall or sink suddenly through or in, when walking on a surface, as on thawing snow or ice, partly frozen ground, a bog, etc
To undergo a slump, or sudden decline or falling off; as, the stock slumped ten points
If you slump somewhere, you fall or sit down there heavily, for example because you are very tired or you feel ill. She slumped into a chair He saw the driver slumped over the wheel
A landslide where the underlying rock masses tilt back as they slide from a cliff or escarpment Slumps are sometimes caused by clear cutting on unstable soils
A slump is a time when many people in a country are unemployed and poor. the slump of the early 1980s. = recession
A falling or declining, esp
A Technique used to form glass using a mold, heat and gravity
A boggy place
the complex movement of materials on a slope; includes rotational slump
A measure of the consistency of concrete in inches The distance the concrete slumps from its original 12" molded form
The permanent distortion of wares by downward bending, during the firing process Can be caused by inadequate supporting of wares during the firing and/or overfiring
A landslide characterized by the downward slipping of one or more masses of rock or unconsolidated debris along curved slip surfaces, accompanied by a backward tilting about a horizontal axis that is parallel to the slope from which the mass descends
slump test
A conical mold is filled in three layers with the concrete After each layer, the concrete is puddled with 25 strokes of a rod Concrete is evened off at the top of the mold and the mold removed The slump is the space between a rod laid across the top of the mold and the molded concrete ASTM C 143
slump test
a test for assessing the mobility of the pain sensitive structures in the vertebral canal
slump test
Test used to determine workability
slumped
with shoulders drooping
slumped
past of slump
slumping
Use of heat to bend glass into decorative shapes
slumping
A landslide that moves over a short distance A slump block generally moves downward and outward from a slope
slumping
a landslide that is caused when a mass of rock becomes saturated with water and slides downward Mesa Field Trip 
slumping
the slow and gradual slippage of all layers of soil so that the bottom of a hillside becomes level with the lowlands or even tipped upward
slumping
Downward slipping of soil into a river channel; also called sloughing
slumps
plural of slump
stock market slump
period of time during which the stock market is losing value
submarine slump
In a submarine canyon or on a continental slope, a relatively rapid and sporadic downslope moving mass composed of sediment and organic debris that has built up slowly into an unstable or marginally stable mass. After an individual slump in a canyon, however, the material tends to continue falling in a series of slumps until the sediment mass attains a shallower, more stable slope. A slumping episode may also trigger other slumps farther down the canyon
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

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slump test seti
(İnşaat) slump test set
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