scour

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} ovmak
{f} taramak, sıkı bir şekilde aramak
sıkı bir şekilde aramak
yıkamak
aşındırma
yıkanma
aşınma
(su) aşındırmak
dekape etmek
perdahlamak
oyulma
yağını gidermek
ovalamak
oymak
(Askeri) sürüklenme
pişirmek
sürterek kazımak
(out ile) (su) aşındırmak
(down/out/off ile) ovarak temizlemek
baştan başa dolaşmak
tara

Sami o konuda daha fazla bilgi bulmak için İnternet'i taradı. - Sami scoured the Internet to find more information about that.

her tarafı dolaşarak karış karış taramak
{f} acele etmek
seğirtmek
{f} koşmak
scour koşuştur/araştır
{f} köşe bucak aramak
{f} ovarak temizlemek
{f} fırçalamak
{f} koşuşturmak
{f} ovalayarak temizlemek
kum veya fırça
ovalama
aşındırmak
{f} bol suyla yıkamak
{f} süpürüp götürmek
temizlemek
erozyon
scour down
ovala
scour out
sürterek kazımak
scour out
ovarak temizlemek
scour out
temizle
scour about
koşuşturmak
scour about
acele etmek
scour away
ovmak
scour away
ovarak temizlemek
scour for wool
(Tekstil) yün temizleme maddesi
scour hole
oyulma çukuru
scour investigation
oyulmanın etüdü
scour off
ovarak temizlemek
scour off
ovmak
scour pattern
oyulma paterni
scour proof stratum
oyulmaya mukavim tabaka
scour protection
erozyona karşı koruma
scour protection
(Askeri) oyulmayı önleme
scour#down
ovala
scour#out
temizle
scouring
ovarak temizleme
scouring
(Tekstil) pişirme
scouring
tarama
scouring
erozyon
scouring
(Tekstil) pişme
scouring
{i} kir
scouring
{f} tara
scouring
oyulma
scouring
tarayarak
abnormal scour
anormal oyulma
abnormal scour
olağandışı oyulma
bed scour
yatak aşınması
depth of scour
oyulma derinliği
internal scour
iç oyulma
internal scour
içten oyulma
local scour
(Askeri) yerel aşınma
normal scour
normal oyulma
river bed scour
(Çevre) nehir yatağı aşınması
riverbed scour
(Çevre) nehir yatağı aşınması
scoured
ovarak temizlenmiş
scoured
dekape
scoured
bol suyla yıkanmış
scoured
ovulmuş
scoured
fırçalanmış
scourer
tane yıkayan
scourer
ayrıma makinesi
scourer
bulaşık tel
scouring
(isim) arama
scouring
{i} arama
scours
(Tıp) Hayvanlarda dizanteri
scours
(Tıp) Ishal
suction scour
emme oyulması
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of livestock, to suffer from diarrhea

If a lamb is scouring, do not delay treatment.

To clean, polish, or wash something by scrubbing it vigorously

He scoured the burner pans, to remove the burnt spills.

To move swiftly
To search an area thoroughly

They scoured the scene of the crime for clues.

{v} to clean by rubbing, cleanse, purge, pass over swiftly, scamper, run fast, rove, rake
If you scour something such as a sink, floor, or pan, you clean its surface by rubbing it hard with something rough. He decided to scour the sink. = scrub
To remove by rubbing or cleansing; to sweep along or off; to carry away or remove, as by a current of water; often with off or away
Erosion that occurs along the banks of the stream channel is called bank scour and is caused by frequent high water events that erodes bank vegetation away leaving exposed soil
removal of sand or earth from the bottom or banks of a river by the erosive action of flowing water Erosion of a concrete surface, exposing the aggregate The action of a flowing liquid as it lifts and carries away the material on the sides or bottom of a waterway, conduit, or pipeline The enlargement of a flow section of a waterway through the action of the fluid in motion carrying away the material composing the boundary
The clearing and digging action of flowing air or water, especially the downward erosion caused by stream water in sweeping away mud and silt from the outside bank of a curved channel or during a flood
The erosive action of running water in streams, which excavates and carries away material from the bed and banks Scour may occur in both earth and solid rock material
examine minutely; "The police scoured the country for the fugitive
{i} act of scrubbing; act of rubbing with an abrasive material; act of thoroughly searching an area; diarrhea (Veterinary Med.)
examine minutely; "The police scoured the country for the fugitive"
A place scoured out by running water, as in the bed of a stream below a fall
erosion of channel beds and banks by streamflow
The act of scouring
Diarrhœa or dysentery among cattle
{f} scrub; rub with an abrasive material; search an area thoroughly
as articles of dress
To abrade and wear away Used to describe the wearing away of terrace or diversion channels or streambeds
Removal of sediment from the stream bed by flowing water
To rub hard with something rough, as sand or Bristol brick, especially for the purpose of cleaning; to clean by friction; to make clean or bright; to cleanse from grease, dirt, etc
rub hard or scrub; "scour the counter tops"
a place that is scoured (especially by running water)
Clear out by rubbing
clean with hard rubbing; "She scrubbed his back"
To clean anything by rubbing
diarrohoea
a place that is scoured (especially by running water) rub hard or scrub; "scour the counter tops" examine minutely; "The police scoured the country for the fugitive
a place that is scoured (especially by running water) rub hard or scrub; "scour the counter tops"
To be purged freely; to have a diarrhœa
(1) Refers to the erosive power of water
If you scour something such as a place or a book, you make a thorough search of it to try to find what you are looking for. Rescue crews had scoured an area of 30 square miles We scoured the telephone directory for clues. = search
Removal of sediment from the streambed by flowing water
Localized erosion caused by flowing water
Erosion of the seabed caused by the action of waves and currents
rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid; "flush the wound with antibiotics"; "purge the old gas tank"
To pass swiftly over; to brush along; to traverse or search thoroughly; as, to scour the coast
To cleanse or clear, as by a current of water; to flush
process of water eroding material through high velocities in conjunction with moving sediment
clear away
The depth at which the bed load drops when flooding occurs
To purge; as, to scour a horse
To cleanse anything
To run swiftly; to rove or range in pursuit or search of something; to scamper
erosion of a river bed area caused by stream flow
scour the area
survey the area, search the region carefully
ice scour
a narrow ditch on a seabed caused by the movement of pack ice
scourer
A person who scours
scourer
A tool used to scour. It is usually used to clean cookwares. It may be in the form of a mesh (ball) of wires or as a flat piece of a rough fabric
scouring
The act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush,soap,and water
scours
a place where wool was washed and cleaned
scours
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scour
scourer
{n} one who scours or cleans, a purge
scoured
worn away as by water or ice or wind
scoured
past of scour
scourer
A rover or footpad; a prowling robber
scourer
someone who cleanses by scouring
scourer
{i} person who scrubs and scours; device or instrument for scouring; footpad; wanderer, roamer; person who travels greatly and vigorously
scourer
One who, or that which, scours
scourer
'scouring pad a small ball of wire or rough plastic for cleaning cooking pots and pans
scourer
someone who travels widely and energetically; "he was a scourer of the seven seas" someone who cleanses by scouring
scourer
someone who travels widely and energetically; "he was a scourer of the seven seas"
scourer
A tool used to scour
scouring
the actual seperation of dirt, grease and foreign matter from grease wool; this is usually done in a lukewarm, mildly alkaline solution, followed by a rinse
scouring
moving over territory to search for something; "scouring the entire area revealed nothing"
scouring
The cleaning process of a fabric before further finishing
scouring
The application of a fine abrasive to achieve a satin, or dull, finish The abrasive may be applied by hand, wheel or belt
scouring
Refers to the washing of the wool to remove wool wax, dirt and suint by water or solvents
scouring
degreasing raw wool with solvents in preparation for carding
scouring
the treatment of textiles in aqueous or other solutions in order to remove natural fats, waxes, proteins and other constituents, as well as dirt, oil and other impurities
scouring
the act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush and soap and water
scouring
I'scaped a scouring - a disease Scouring is a sort of flux in horses and cattle (Latin, Malum proetervehi, French, L'échapper belle )
scouring
moving over territory to search for something; "scouring the entire area revealed nothing
scouring
* The freeing of wool from yolk, suint, dirt, and all other foreign matter It may be done by washing with soaps and alkalis, by treating with solvents or chemicals, or by naphthalating the stock at below-freezing temperatures * A general process of cleaning * To remove the sizing and tint used on the warp yarn in weaving, and in general, cleaning a fabric or yarn prior to dyeing
scouring
Cleaning raw wool or fiber and removing such impurities as dirt, sweat, and grease by washing with soaps and alkalies or with chemicals
scouring
I 'scaped a scouring - a disease Scouring is a sort of flux in horses and cattle (Latin, Malum prætervehi, French, L'échapper belle )
scouring
The removal of impurities such as natural waxes, fats and dirt from a fabric by means of washing with a detergent such as Synthrapol
scouring
present participle of scour
scours
third-person singular of scour
scours
diarrhea in livestock
scours
diarrhea in horses and cattle caused by intestinal infection
scour