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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
patlamak
{i} patlak
fırlamak
{i} patlama

Tomurcuklar patlamaya başladı. - The buds began to burst.

Biz patlama duyduk ve evin tutuştuğunu gördük. - We heard the explosion and saw the house burst into flames.

infilak etmek
yarık
(Bilgisayar) çoğuşma
(Askeri) seri atış
(Jeoloji) püskürme
(Bilgisayar) tekil
patlamış

Bizim su boruları patlamış. - Our water pipes burst.

(Bilgisayar) kağıt ayırma
patlayış
(Çevre) hızlanma
boşanmak göz yaşı
{f} patla

Su şebekesi deprem nedeniyle patladı. - The water mains burst due to the earthquake.

Onların hepsi gülmekten patladılar. - They all burst out laughing.

dolup taşmak
patlatmak
kağıt ayırmak
ileri atılma
ayrılmak
had safhaya gelmek
göz önüne serilme
hamle
çatlamak
atış
açılma
atılmak
patlak vermek
fışkırmak
{f} yarılmak
infilak
ortaya çıkmak
{f} aniden açmak
mermi atılması
{f} boşanmak (gözyaşı)
birde

Tom birden ağlamaya başladı. - Tom burst out crying.

Tom birden kahkahayı patlattı. - Tom suddenly burst out laughing.

ileri fırlamak
bir el silah atımında yapılan atış
(kağıt) ayırma
boşanmak had safhaya gelmek
çatlama
(Askeri) PARALANMA: Bir bomba veya merminin havada veya yere yada hedefe çırptığı zaman infilak etmesi
(Askeri) Ateş darbesi, paralanma
{f} (burst) patlamak, yarılmak
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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{v} rupture
breste
brast
To separate formfeed at perforation lines

I printed the report on formfeed paper then burst the sheets.

To enter or exit hurriedly and unexpectedly

Like hungry dogs who have sniffed their meat, the mob bursts in, trampling down the women who sought to bar the entrance with their bodies.

To break from internal pressure

I blew the balloon up too much, and it burst.

An instance of, or the act of bursting

The bursts of the bombs could be heard miles away.

To cause to break from internal pressure

I burst the balloon when I blew it up too much.

toburst
To burst or break in pieces
toburst
To burst apart; break in pieces
burst
{v} to break asunder, fly open or out, spring, issue suddenly
burst
{a} broken, having a rupture
burst
{n} a sudden breaking or rent, an eruption
burst
force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up; "break into tears"; "erupt in anger"
burst
A rupture or hernia; a breach
burst
break open or apart suddenly; "The bubble burst"
burst
To burst into or out of a place means to enter or leave it suddenly with a lot of energy or force. Gunmen burst into his home and opened fire = rush
burst
A sequence of signals in data communications counted as one unit in accordance with some specific criterion or measure
burst
To send data (between components within a computer) in a large package all at once rather than in small bits over a longer time
burst
Refers to television scheduling and is when high levels of support are scheduled over a short period of time
burst
cause to burst; "The ice broke the pipe"
burst
- the release of effects into the air by a shell
burst
1 A single pulse of radio energy; specifically such a pulse at radar frequencies
burst
A Point of Sale graphical device that radically departs from surrounding graphics to feature special offers or pricing
burst
If a river bursts its banks, the water rises and goes on to the land. Monsoons caused the river to burst its banks
burst
a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason); "a burst of applause"; "a fit of housecleaning" break open or apart suddenly; "The bubble burst" break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; "The dam burst" emerge suddenly; "The sun burst into view" move suddenly, energetically, or violently; "He burst out of the house into the cool night" suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure (`busted' is an informal term for `burst'); "a burst balloon"; "burst pipes"; "burst seams"; "a ruptured appendix"; "a busted balloon
burst
be in a state of movement or action; "The room abounded with screaming children"; "The garden bristled with toddlers"
burst
move suddenly, energetically, or violently; "He burst out of the house into the cool night"
burst
The BURST signal (or Short Sweep on FP40 and the FP35) presents short bursts of sound at ten frequencies: 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, and 8000 Hz (On the FP40 and FP35 200 and 700 Hz are used instead of 250 and 750 Hz ) This signal provides a quick way to determine the maximum output of the hearing aid with minimal discomfort to the patient It can be used at lower amplitudes, as desired, but its big advantage is for testing maximum output Since all the output of the aid is concentrated at one frequency at a time, testing with this signal gives you information on the worst-case performance of the hearing aid at each frequency, for any type of input signal Noise reduction is automatically removed at 85 and 90 dB amplitudes since it is not necessary and makes the measurement take longer Settling time is not used with BURST
burst
To fly apart or in pieces; of break open; to yield to force or pressure, especially to a sudden and violent exertion of force, or to pressure from within; to explode; as, the boiler had burst; the buds will burst in spring
burst
Contiguous error groups usually caused by a large tangential physical defect ISO burst limit for CD is less than seven successive frames, each containing two or more successive error bytes
burst
An instance of or the act of bursting
burst
Most people know this from "pipeline burst cache" Burst means to send data in a large package all at one time rather than small bits over a longer time
burst
To separate continuous form paper into individual sheets
burst
Gross structural failure of the tube wall
burst
To produce as an effect of bursting; as, to burst a hole through the wall
burst
the act of exploding or bursting something; "the explosion of the firecrackers awoke the children"; "the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft"
burst
A point-of-sale device usually interrupting more-attractive graphics, to feature pricing or special offer Often shaped like a sunburst
burst
When a door or lid bursts open, it opens very suddenly and violently because someone pushes it or there is great pressure behind it. The door burst open and an angry young nurse appeared. = fly
burst
A method of fetching a cache line over a slow bus Normally, one address output is required for every read cycle In bursting, one address is output and several pieces of read data are returned
burst
from within; to force open suddenly; as, to burst a cannon; to burst a blood vessel; to burst open the doors
burst
If you say that something bursts onto the scene, you mean that it suddenly starts or becomes active, usually after developing quietly for some time. He burst onto the fashion scene in the early 1980s
burst
A transient enhancement of the solar radio emmision, usually associated with an active region or flare
burst
Any brief, violent exertion or effort; a spurt; as, a burst of speed
burst
A sudden breaking forth; a violent rending; an explosion; as, a burst of thunder; a burst of applause; a burst of passion; a burst of inspiration
burst
emerge suddenly; "The sun burst into view"
burst
To break or rend by violence, as by an overcharge or by strain or pressure, esp
burst
break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; "The dam burst"
burst
The form burst is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle
burst
{i} eruption; gush, spurt; volley of gunshots
burst
To exert force or pressure by which something is made suddenly to give way; to break through obstacles or limitations; hence, to appear suddenly and unexpectedly or unaccountably, or to depart in such manner; usually with some qualifying adverb or preposition, as forth, out, away, into, upon, through, etc
burst
To cause to burst
burst
Explosion or detonation See Air burst, High-altitude burst, Surface burst, Underground burst, Underwater burst
burst
a sudden violent happening; "an outburst of heavy rain"; "a burst of lightning"
burst
A radar term for a single pulse of radio energy
burst
a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason); "a burst of applause"; "a fit of housecleaning"
burst
 1 In data communications, a sequence of signals, noise, or interference counted as a unit in accordance with some specific criterion or measure   (188)  2 To separate continuous-form or multipart paper into discrete sheets
burst
A burst of something is a sudden short period of it. a burst of machine-gun fire The current flows in little bursts
burst
burst outward, usually with noise; "The champagne bottle exploded"
burst
b A process used by content management systems to map XML documents to content meta data
burst
A sudden opening, as of landscape; a stretch; an expanse
burst
To separate continuous-form paper into discrete sheets
burst
To break
burst
A transient enhancement of the solar radio emission, usually associated with an active region or flare
burst
suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure (`busted' is an informal term for `burst'); "a burst balloon"; "burst pipes"; "burst seams"; "a ruptured appendix"; "a busted balloon
burst
rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms; "our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise"
burst
If a dam bursts, or if something bursts it, it breaks apart because the force of the river is too great. A dam burst and flooded their villages
burst
If something bursts or if you burst it, it suddenly breaks open or splits open and the air or other substance inside it comes out. The driver lost control when a tyre burst It is not a good idea to burst a blister. a flood caused by a burst pipe
burst
Method of data transfer in which information is collected and sent as a large unit in one high-speed transmission LAN traffic is usually considered bursty traffic because it has short intervals of intense activity with lulls between
burst
{f} erupt; break open; break into; shatter, smash into pieces
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
burst of
to burst

    Турецкое произношение

    tı bırst

    Произношение

    /tə ˈbərst/ /tə ˈbɜrst/

    Этимология

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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