steam

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
buğu

Tom Mary'yi ona gönderilen bir zarfı açmak için buğulama yapmaya çalışırken yakaladı. - Tom caught Mary trying to steam open an envelope addressed to him.

Öğle yemeği için Çin buğulama domuz eti köfte yedim. - I ate Chinese steamed pork dumplings for lunch.

buhar

Atlar yol-silindirlerini çekerdi fakat buhar motorunun icadıyla buhar silindirleri geldi. - Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.

Bir buhar tıslaması vardı. - There was a hiss of steam.

(Gıda) çayı demlemek
(Kimya) subuharı

Bir bulut, yoğunlaşmış subuharıdır. - A cloud is condensed steam.

coşturmak
güç
istimle hareket etmek
kuvvet
su buharı
dumanı çıkmak
buğusu çıkmak
buhar salıvermek
gitmek
hiddet
buğuda/buharda pişirmek
enerji
öfke
su buhari
(fiil) buhar salıvermek; buğulamak: buharda pişirmek; buğusu çıkmak, dumanı çıkmak, buram buram tütmek, islim halinde çıkmak; vapurla yolculuk yapmak
(isim) buhar, islim, buğu, istim; (k. dili) kuvvet, şiddet, enerji; (k. dili) hiddet
{i} buhar: Steam was coming out of the kettle. Çaydanlıktan buhar çıkıyordu
hidde
{f} buğulama yapmak
{i} islim, istim: The locomotive is powered by steam. Lokomotif
{f} (bir şeyden) buhar çıkmak; (bir şeyden) buhar halinde çıkmak: The soup was steaming. Çorbadan buhar çıkıyordu. Our
{f} buhar çıkarmak
{f} buharla çalışmak
t steam boiler buhar kazanı
steam heat buharlı kalorifer sistemi
su buharı,v.buhar çıkar: n.buhar
{f} buğulamak
islim
steam hammer buharlı varyos
steam shovel istimli ekskavatör
lokomotif

Biz şafak vakti buharlı lokomotif düdüğü ile uyandırıldık. - We were wakened by the whistle of the steam locomotive at dawn.

steam engine buhar makinası
güçlendirmek
buhar üretmek
istim
steam bath
sauna
steam car
buharlı otomobil
steam gauge
manometre
steam hammer
şahmerdan
steam hammer
(Askeri,Teknik) buharlı şahmerdan
steam jacket
(Kimya) subuharı ceketi
steam jacket
ceketi
steam point
(Kimya) subuharı noktası
steam press
buharlı ütü
steam room
sauna

Buralarda bir yerde bir sauna olup olmadığını biliyor musun? - Do you know if there's a steam room anywhere around here?

steam room
sauna terleme odası
steam shovel
ekskavatör
steam shovel
kazı makinesi
steam table
su buharı özellik tablosu
steam train
buharlı tren
steam trap
(Kimya) subuharı tuzağı
steam trap
kondenstop
steam trap
buğu tutucusu
steam up
cam vb buğulanmak
steam boat
vapur
steam boat
istimbot
steam boiler
buhar kazanı
steam chest
istim kutusu
steam clean
buharla temizle
steam distillation
buhar damıtması
steam engine
lokomotif
steam engine
buhar makinası
steam engine
buhar makinesi

Bir buhar makinesi onun vasıtasıyla ısının işe dönüştürüldüğü bir makinedir. - A steam engine is a machine by means of which heat is transformed into work.

steam gauge
basıölçer
steam generator
buhar jeneratörü
steam hammer
istim çekici
steam hammer
buhar çekici
steam heater
buharlı ısıtıcı
steam heating
buharlı kalorifer
steam iron
buharlı ütü
steam jacket
istim ceketi
steam locomotive
buhar lokomotifi
steam pipe
istim borusu
steam pipe
buhar borusu
steam port
buhar deliği
steam power
buhar gücü
steam pressure
buhar basıncı
steam pressure gauge
manometre
steam pressure gauge
basıölçer
steam pump
buhar pompası
steam roller
buharlı silindir
steam room
buhar odası
steam superheater
buhar kızdırıcı
steam trap
buhar ayırıcı
steam trap
buhar kapanı
steam turbine
buhar türbini
steam up
kışkırtmak
steam up
sinirlendirmek
steam up
buğulan(dın)mak
steam valve
buhar supabı
steam-tight
buhar kaçırmaz
steam chest
buhar göğüs
steam cleaner
buhar temizleyici
steam coil
buhar serpantini
steam cracking
buharla kraking
steam curing
Buhar kuru, buharla tedavi
steam distillation
buhar damitmasi
steam dome
buhar domu, buhar sarnıcı
steam drum
buhar domu
steam jacket
istim ceketi, istim kılıfı, buhar gömleği
steam jet blower
buharla püskürtmeli üfleyici
steam locomotive
Buharlı tren, buharlı lokomotif
steam nozzle
istim memesi, buhar hamlacı
steam off
buhar off
steam pile driver
buhar makineli şahmerdan
steam plant
Buhar santrali
steam point
buhar noktası
steam port
buhar deliği, buhar giriş deliği
steam pressure above atmospheric
atmosfer üstündeki buhar basıncı
steam pressure gauge
basıölçer, manometre
steam pressure regulator
buhar basıncı regülatörü
steam room
buhar banyosu
steam separator
buhar ayırıcı, buhar separatörü
steam ship
Gemi
steam ship
Buharlı gemi
steam shovel
buhar kürek
steam stop valve
buhar durdurma vanası
steam train
Buharlı tren, buharlı lokomotif
steam trap
buhar kapanı, buhar ayırıcı, buğu tutucusu
steam washing
buharla yıkama
steam winch
buhar vinci
steam-powered
buhar gücüyle
steam-volatile
buhar-uçucu
steam ahead
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- hızlanmak 2- süratle ilerlemek
steam autoclave
(Tekstil) buharlama otoklavı
steam baffle
buhar perdesi
steam bath
buhar banyosu
steam black
(boya) buhar siyahı
steam black
(Tekstil) buhar siyahı
steam chest
çekmece mahfazası
steam clean
buharla temizlemek
steam condensing mode
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar yoğuşturma durumu
steam condition
buhar durumu
steam crane
buharlı vinç
steam crane
istim vinci
steam cycle
buhar devresi
steam cycle
buhar çevrimi
steam dome
buhar sarnıcı
steam dome
buhar domu
steam drier
buhar kurutucusu
steam drier
buhar kurucutucu
steam dryer
buhar kurutucusu
steam engine
pistonlu buhar makinesi
steam extraction line
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar alma hattı
steam extraction system
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar alma sistemi
steam fitter
istim borucusu
steam fitter
ısıtma döşemecisi
steam fitter
buhar mekaniği
steam fitter
buhar tesisatçısı
steam fog
(Meteoroloji) buhar sisi
steam gage
buhar ölçer
steam gage
buhar saati
steam gauge
buhar saati
steam gauge
buhar ölçer
steam header
buhar toplama borusu
steam header
buhar kolektörü
steam heat
buharla ısıtma
steam heat
buhar ısısı
steam jet air ejector
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar jetli hava fıskiyesi
steam lines
(Nükleer Bilimler) buhar hatları
steam mist
(Meteoroloji) buhar pusu
steam nozzle
buhar hamlacı
steam nozzle
istim memesi
steam nozzle
buhar nozulu
steam piping
buhar tesisatı borulaması
steam piston
buhar pistonu
steam plant
buhar tesisi
steam pocket
buhar cebi
steam port
buhar giriş deliği
steam ports
buhar portları
steam power
buğu gücü
steam press
(Tekstil) buharlı pres
steam retting
(Tekstil) buharla havuzlama
steam roller
(İnşaat) sıkıştırıcı silindir
steam s.t. off
bir şeyi buhara tutarak çıkarmak
steam s.t. open
bir şeyi buhara tutarak açmak
steam shield
buhar kalkanı
steam sieve
süzgeci veya separatörü
steam space
buhar alanı
steam system
buhar tesisi
steam system
buhar devresi
steam tables
buhar tabloları
steam tiller
pistonlu buhar makinesi
steam trumpet
tren düdüğü
steam tug
buharlı römorkör
steam up
kızdırmak
steam up
buhar yapmak
steam up
öfkelendirmek
steam up
buğu yapmak
steam up
buğulamak
steam up
(cam v.b.) buğulanmak
steam up
coşturmak
steam valve
buhar vanası
steam valves
buhar valfleri
steam winch
buharlı vinç
steam, steep
(Gıda) demlemek
blood steam
(Denizbilim) kan akımı
blow off steam
(Konuşma Dili) içini döküp rahatlamak
blow off steam
(Konuşma Dili) deşarj olmak
domestic steam
egzoz buharı
domestic steam
düşük basınçlı buhar
exhaust steam
kullanılmış buhar
exhaust steam
(Otomotiv,Teknik) atık buhar
exhaust steam
(Otomotiv,Teknik) çürük buhar
flash steam
flaş buhar
let off steam
(Konuşma Dili) içini dökerek rahatlamak
pure steam
(Tıp) saf buhar
steaming
buhar verme
waste steam
(Teknik,Tekstil) kullanılmış buhar
waste steam
çürük buhar
steamed
{f} buhar çıkar
Steaming
dumanı üstünde
steamed
buğulanmış

Bu buğulanmış patates! - It is the steamed potato!

Pencereler bir şeyi tanıyamayacak kadar çok buğulanmıştı. - The windows were too steamed up to be able to recognize something.

steaming
Dumanı üstünde (kahve vs.)
steams
buharlarının
steaming
(Tekstil) buharlama otoklavı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To become angry; to fume; to be incensed
Pressurized water vapour used for heating, cooking, or to provide mechanical energy
To move with great or excessive purposefulness

If he heard of anyone picking the fruit he would steam off and lecture them.

To produce or vent steam
To make angry

It really steams me to see her treat him like that.

Pent-up anger

Dad had to go outside to blow off some steam.

To travel by means of steam power

We steamed around the Mediterranean.

Travel by means of a steam-powered vehicle
Internal energy for motive power

After three weeks in bed he was finally able to sit up under his own steam.

A steam-powered vehicle
The vapor formed when water changes from liquid phase to gas phase
To cook with steam
To be covered with condensed water vapor

With all the heavy breathing going on the windows were quickly steamed in the car.

Old-fashioned; from before the digital age
The mist formed by condensed vapor; visible vapor; so called in popular usage
{n} the smoke or heat of hot liquid, vapor
To cook food in steam with or without pressure
very hot water
If you steam food or if it steams, you cook it in steam rather than in water. Steam the carrots until they are just beginning to be tender Leave the vegetables to steam over the rice for the 20 minutes cooking time. steamed clams and broiled chicken
To rise in vapor; to issue, or pass off, as vapor
{f} expose to or treat with steam (especially in cooking); give off steam or vapor; rise in the form of steam; express anger, fume (Informal)
{i} water vapor; vapor, mist; energy (Informal)
To exhale
To cook over, but not in, boiling water
If you run out of steam, you stop doing something because you have no more energy or enthusiasm left. I decided to paint the bathroom ceiling but ran out of steam halfway through. Invisible gas consisting of vaporized water. When mixed with minute droplets of water, it has a white, cloudy appearance. In nature, steam is produced by the heating of underground water by volcanic processes and is emitted from hot springs, geysers, fumaroles, and some volcanoes. Steam also can be generated on a large scale by technological systems, such as those using fossil-fuel-burning boilers and nuclear reactors. Modern industrial society relies on steam power; water is heated to steam in power plants, and the pressurized steam drives turbines that produce electric current: thermal energy is converted to mechanical energy, which is converted into electricity
Steam is the hot mist that forms when water boils. Steam vehicles and machines are operated using steam as a means of power. In an electric power plant the heat converts water into high-pressure steam. the invention of the steam engine
n the vapor phase of water
clean by means of steaming; "steam-clean the upholstered sofa"
emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming"
If something such as a plan or a project goes full steam ahead, it progresses quickly. The Government was determined to go full steam ahead with its privatisation programme
Steaming is a way of cooking vegetables in the steam produced by boiling water Place vegetables in a steamer that sits just above the water Cover the pot to hold the steam inside
The elastic, aëriform fluid into which water is converted when heated to the boiling points; water in the state of vapor
water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
energy; power
Cook on a rack or in double boiler just over boiling water
To expose to the action of steam; to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing; as, to steam wood; to steamcloth; to steam food, etc
To generate steam; as, the boiler steams well
The vapor into which water is converted when heated
To cook food on a rack or in a steamer set over boiling or simmering water in a covered pan
(Stimulated Echo Acquisition Mode) - imaging and localization sequences utilizing a stimulated echo
Signifies deception
If something steams, it gives off steam. restaurants where coffee pots steamed on their burners. a basket of steaming bread rolls
To cook by direct contact with steam
get very angry; "her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man"
To cook in water vapors, on a rack or in a steam basket, in a covered pan above boiling water
travel by means of steam power; "The ship steamed off into the Pacific"
To move or travel by the agency of steam
To lose control and be prone to bad checker plays or reckless cube decisions, perhaps as a result of a series of unlucky dice rolls This may become a self-reinforcing situation: as the bad plays accumulate, the steamer views the resulting bad positions as more evidence of unfairness
water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables"
If you let off steam, you get rid of your energy, anger, or strong emotions with physical activity or by behaving in a noisy or violent way. Regular exercise helps to combat unwanted stress and is a good way of relaxing or letting off steam
rise as vapor
To cook food on a rack or in a special steamer over a small amount of boiling water in a covered pan
rise as vapor emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming
A gas or mist that rises from the mouth of a freshly opened bottle of beer Irrelevant, but a mark of class
To emit steam or vapor
To cook food in the vapor given off by boiling water The food is placed on a rack just above the water level The pan is then covered to retain the steam
Any exhalation
water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables" clean by means of steaming; "steam-clean the upholstered sofa" get very angry; "her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man" travel by means of steam power; "The ship steamed off into the Pacific" rise as vapor emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming
A method of cooking whereby food is placed on a rack or in a special steamer basket over boiling or simmering water in a covered pan
cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables"
steam bath
The act of bathing by exposure to steam
steam bath
A room or building filled with steam, in which people sit and sweat
steam baths
plural form of steam bath
steam boiler
A boiler that is designed to produce and withstand the pressure of steam at 300psi (2070kPa) or less
steam boilers
plural form of steam boiler
steam condenser
A device designed to turn steam (back) into water by condensation
steam condensers
plural form of steam condenser
steam cracker
A petroleum refining plant that carries out steam cracking
steam cracking
The cracking of petroleum hydrocarbons, at high temperature in the presence of steam, in order to produce ethylene, propylene and other light alkenes
steam distillation
A technique in which the volatile components of a material are separated by passing steam through the heated material
steam engine
A steam locomotive
steam engine
A piston engine driven by steam (as contrasted, for example, with a steam turbine)
steam engine
Any heat engine that uses steam as its primary working fluid to do mechanical work
steam engines
plural form of steam engine
steam hammer
An industrial machine designed to produce a hammer action through steam power
steam hammers
plural form of steam hammer
steam heater
A space heater that functions by itself being heated by steam passing through it
steam heaters
plural form of steam heater
steam iron
A smoothing iron that includes a system for spraying steam onto the item being ironed
steam irons
plural form of steam iron
steam locomotive
A locomotive, usually for use on a railway, that is powered by steam
steam locomotives
plural form of steam locomotive
steam power
Power derived from water heated into steam, usually converted to motive power by a reciprocating engine or turbine

The pistons are driven by steam power.

steam power
Means of transportation based on such power, particularly steamboat/ship or steam train

Before the diesel locomotive, steam power was king.

steam radio
Radio, as opposed to television; a radio set, especially an old fashioned one; a radio broadcast
steam room
A sauna; a hot room that is filled with steam in which people sit for health reasons
steam ships
plural form of steam ship
steam shovel
An industrial machine designed to effect a shovelling action through steam power
steam shovels
plural form of steam shovel
steam train
A train pulled by steam-powered locomotive
steam trains
plural form of steam train
steam tunnel
A tunnel which allows workers to maintain pipes which transport steam between a central boiler and buildings to be heated or cooled, usually in a campus setting
steam tunnels
plural form of steam tunnel
steam turbine
A system of angled and shaped blades arranged on a rotor through which steam is passed to generate rotational energy. Today, normally used in power stations
steam turbines
plural form of steam turbine
steam up
To become steamy
steam up
To become coated with condensation. To fog up

The bathroom mirror steamed up when he opened the shower door.

steam-crack
To crack using steam cracking
steam-cracked
cracked using steam cracking
steam-cracked
Simple past tense and past participle of steam-crack
steam-engine
Attributive form of steam engine
steam-powered
Using steam power

The early steam-powered ships also took advantage of sails.

steam ship
ship driven by steam power
steam locomotive
A steam locomotive is a locomotive powered by steam. The term usually refers to its use on railways, but can also refer to a "road locomotive" such as a traction engine or steamroller
steam-ship
Royal Mail Ship (sometimes Steam-ship, Steamer), usually seen in its abbreviated form RMS, is the ship prefix used for seagoing vessels that carry mail under contract to the British Royal Mail. They have the right to fly the pennant of the Royal Mail when sailing
steam ahead
If an economy or company steams ahead, it becomes stronger and more successful. The latest figures show industrial production steaming ahead at an 8.8 per cent annual rate
steam ahead
go forward at full throttle, go forward at full speed
steam bath
a room that can be filled with steam in which people bathe; `vapour bath' is a British term
steam bath
you sweat in a steam room before getting a rubdown and cold shower
steam beer
A highly effervescent beer originally brewed in the western United States
steam boat
small steamship, boat driven by steam power
steam boiler
A closed tank in which water is converted into steam under pressure
steam boiler
device used to boil water into steam
steam chest
the chamber from which steam is distributed to a cylinder
steam chest
A compartment in a steam engine through which steam is delivered from the boiler to a cylinder
steam clean
to clean something by using a machine that produces steam
steam coal
coal suitable for use under steam boilers
steam engine
An engine moved by steam
steam engine
the steam engine gives power to the system With this steam power, the wheels turn easier Steam power makes it possible to do some repetitive things automatically
steam engine
engine using pressurized steam to supply mechanical energy
steam engine
an engine driven or worked by steam; specifically : a reciprocating engine having a piston driven in a closed cylinder by steam
steam engine
external-combustion engine in which heat is used to raise steam which either turns a turbine or forces a piston to move up and down in a cylinder
steam engine
An engine that converts the heat energy of pressurized steam into mechanical energy, especially one in which steam drives a piston in a closed cylinder. Machine that uses steam power to perform mechanical work through the agency of heat (hence a prime mover). In a steam engine, hot steam, usually supplied by a boiler, expands under pressure, and part of the heat energy is converted into work. The rest of the heat may be allowed to escape, or, for maximum engine efficiency, the steam may be condensed in a separate apparatus, a condenser, at comparatively low temperature and pressure. For high efficiency, the steam must decrease substantially in temperature as it expands within the engine. The most efficient performance (i.e., the greatest output of work in relation to the heat supplied) is obtained by using a low condenser temperature and a high boiler pressure. See also Thomas Newcomen, James Watt
steam engine
(geo) (auto) An engine in which the mechanical force of steam is used as a motive POWER to drive machinery, etc F - moteur A vapeur S - motor de vapor de agua
steam fitting
care (installation and maintenance) of equipment for ventilating or heating or refrigerating
steam heat
a heating system in which steam is generated in boilers and piped to radiators
steam heating
A heating system in which steam is generated in a boiler and piped to radiators
steam iron
A steam iron is an electric iron that produces steam from water that you put into it. The steam makes it easier to get the creases out of your clothes. A pressing iron that holds and heats water to be emitted as steam on the cloth being pressed. an electric iron that produces steam in order to make clothes easier to press smooth
steam iron
a pressing iron that can emit steam
steam iron
iron that gets out wrinkles by using steam
steam line
a pipe conducting steam
steam locomotive
a locomotive powered by a steam engine
steam mill
grindstones that are operated by steam power, mill that is mechanically operated
steam pipe
a pipe conducting steam
steam room
hot steam promotes sweating, opening pores & releasing toxins
steam room
steam bath: a room that can be filled with steam in which people bathe; `vapour bath' is a British term
steam room
A room with seats in which steam is generated at high pressure and temperature This treatment is used to open the pores and eliminated toxins
steam room
heated room filled with steam to cause sweating
steam room
Tiled room in which steam is generated at high pressure and temperature This treatment is used to open the pores and eliminate toxins
steam room
An area of wet hot steam, that softens and cleanses the skin and relaxes the body
steam room
Tiled room in which steam is generated at high pressure and temperature to open the pores and eliminate toxins
steam shovel
a power shovel that is driven by steam
steam shovel
a large machine that digs and moves earth
steam table
A table in which containers of cooked food are kept warm by hot water or steam circulating below
steam turbine
A turbine operated by highly pressurized steam directed against vanes on a rotor
steam turbine
turbine in which steam strikes blades and makes them turn
steam turbine
turbine that is turned by the pressure of rising steam
steam up
If someone gets steamed up about something, they are very annoyed about it. The general manager may have got steamed up about nothing
steam up
When a window, mirror, or pair of glasses steams up, it becomes covered with steam or mist. the irritation of living with lenses that steam up when you come in from the cold
steam whistle
a whistle in which the sound is produced by steam; usually attached to a steam boiler
steam-heat
heat by means of steam
steam-powered
powered by a steam engine; "a steam-powered locomotive"
steam-powered
powered by a steam engine; "a steam-powered locomotive
steam-propelled
operated by the pressure of steam
blew off steam
Simple past of blow off steam
blow off steam
To rant or shout in order to relieve stress; to vent

Don’t take it personally when he shouts like that. He’s just blowing off steam.

blowing off steam
Present participle of blow off steam
blown off steam
Past participle of blow off steam
blows off steam
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blow off steam
by steam
Via a steam-powered boat or ship

The Nineteenth Century innovated navigation by steam.

by steam
Via a steam train

A nostalgic journey by steam makes even a business trip an excursion.

let off steam
Alternative form of blow off steam
run out of steam
To run out of energy; to run out of motivation

After two of the team left the project had rather run out of steam.

steamed
Having been cooked by exposure to steam

The steamed broccoli was still bright green and had nearly all its vitamins.

steaming
Very angry
steaming
the method of cooking by immersion in steam
steaming
Present participle of steam
steaming
Giving off steam
work up a head of steam
To start becoming active and energetic
work up a head of steam
To become stressed
pick up steam
Start to be much more effective or successful
steamed
{s} cooked in steam
steamed
He was steamed that the car cut him off, it took almost half an hour for him to calm down
steamed
cooked in steam; "steamed clams
steamed
cooked in steam; "steamed clams"
steamed
aroused to impatience or anger; "made an irritated gesture"; "feeling nettled from the constant teasing"; "peeved about being left out"; "felt really pissed at her snootiness"; "riled no end by his lies"; "roiled by the delay"
steamed
Angry, hot under the collar
steaming
See: Conditioning treatment Also see: Treatment, steaming
steaming
To cook indirectly with boiling liquid This can be accomplished on the stove, in the oven, or in the microwave Steaming cooks vegetables and meat as well as grains effectively with minimal loss of nutrients, flavor and moisture This method of cooking is the best way to reduce fat as there is no fat needed in the cooking process, any fat in the ingredients drips out into the water supply and there is no need to add fat for moisture
steaming
{s} vaporous, releasing vapor
steaming
(used of heat) extremely; "the casserole was piping hot"
steaming
emitting moisture in the form of vapor or mist; "a steaming kettle"; "steaming towels"
steaming
Extremely drunk
steaming
the action of steam on something
steaming
Cooking using the steam of boiling water, usually in a covered pot
steaming
emitting moisture in the form of vapor or mist; "a steaming kettle"; "steaming towels
steaming
Cooking food in a closed vessel over boiling water or other liquid
steaming
Wood chips are often treated with steam prior to pulping; used in thermomechanical pulping
steaming
Cooking food in the steam rising from boiling water
steams
third-person singular of steam
steam
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