sink

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İngilizce - Türkçe
batmak
suya batmak
batırmak
lavabo

Bulaşıklar lavaboda yığılıyorlar. - The dishes are piling up in the sink.

Tom lavaboyu su ile doldurdu. - Tom filled the sink with water.

{i} musluk taşı
{i} küvet

Bu ürünü küvet, lavabo, duş, yüzme havuzu ya da su ve rutubetin olduğu başka herhangi bir yerin yanında kullanmayınız. - Do not use this product near a bathtub, sink, shower, swimming pool, or anywhere else where water or moisture are present.

Banyoda bir lavabo, bir bide, bir tuvalet ve bir duş var. Bir küvet vardı. - In the bathroom there's a sink, a bidet, a toilet, and a shower. There used to be a bath.

{i} pislik çukuru
{i} yer kapağı [tiy.]
{f} saplanmak
{f} gömülmek
{f} azaltmak
{i} lağım çukuru
{i} batak

Gökdelen'in bataklığa batması bekleniyor. - The skyscraper is expected to sink into the bog.

{i} bataklık
{i} çukur
{i} eviye
(Bilgisayar) alış noktası
yutak
değeri azalmak
(Denizbilim) batma

RMS Lusitania'nın batması uluslararası bir protestoya neden oldu. - The sinking of the RMS Lusitania caused an international outcry.

Antina'nın midesinde bir batma hissi vardı. - Antina had a sinking feeling in her stomach.

(Ticaret) sermaye yatırmak
atık su kanalı
(Bilgisayar) çıkış düğümü
mahvolmak
daldırmak
azalmak
kötüye gitmek
{f} bat

Ben denizde geminin battığını gördüm. - I saw the ship sink in the sea.

Biz ufkun altında güneşin batışını gördük. - We saw the sun sink below the horizon.

kazmak
açmak
yatırmak
lağım
güçten kesilmek
yıkılmak
{f} fenalaşmak
{f} işlemek
girmek

Tom, utancından yerin dibine girmek istedi. - Tom wished to sink into the ground for shame.

Tom yerin dibine girmek istedi. - Tom wanted to sink through the floor.

{f} yerleştirmek
{f} kötüleşmek
yavaş yavaş ölmek
içine işleyip girmek
{f} vazgeçmek
derinliğine gitmek
{f} (sank/sunk, sunk/sunk.en)
{f} unutulmak
{f} yatırmak (sermaye)
halsizlikten düşmek
{f} mahvetmek
tesir etmek
{f} basmak
çukurlaşmak
garkolmak
etkilemek
{f} düşmek
{f} alçalmak
{f} kırılmak
{f} dalmak
{f} fakirleşmek
{f} gömmek
{f} feragat etmek
{f} örtbas etmek
{f} durumu bozulmak
{f} çökmek
{f} azalmak; (bir şeyin) değeri azalmak
{f} alçaltmak
ağır ağır inmek
{f} hafiflemek
{f} düşürmek
gurup etmek
irtifa kaybetmek
sinking
{i} batma

RMS Lusitania'nın batması uluslararası bir protestoya neden oldu. - The sinking of the RMS Lusitania caused an international outcry.

Antina'nın midesinde bir batma hissi vardı. - Antina had a sinking feeling in her stomach.

sunken
{s} çökük
sinking
{i} batırma
sinking
batış

Titanik'in batışında 1490 ila 1635 kişi öldü. - Between 1,490 and 1,635 people died in the sinking of the Titanic.

Ufukta güneşin batışını izledik. - We watched the sun sinking below the horizon.

sink in
akıllarda yeretmek
sink into
gömmek
sink or swim
(deyim) ya batarsin ya cikarsin
sink a caisson
kesonu batırmak
sink a ship
gemi batırmak
sink back against pillow
yastığa yaslanmak
sink condition
(Tıp) çanak koşulu
sink conditions
(Tıp) çökme koşulları
sink deeper into depression
depresyona sürüklenmek
sink fast
günlerini saymak
sink fast
günleri sayılı olmak
sink in
nüfuz etmek
sink into
batırmak
sink into
saplanmak
sink into a depression
bunalıma girmek
sink into debt
borç batağına sürüklemek
sink into despair
çaresizliğe düşmek
sink into despair
umutsuzluğa düşmek
sink into desperation
karamsarlığa düşmek
sink into desperation
karamsarlığa kapılmak
sink into pessimism
karamsarlığa kapılmak
sink into pessimism
karamsarlığa düşmek
sink into sleep
uykuya dalmak
sink of corruption
(Konuşma Dili) kötülük yuvası
sink of corruption
(Konuşma Dili) günah yuvası
sink of iniquity
(Konuşma Dili) günah yuvası
sink of iniquity
(Konuşma Dili) kötülük yuvası
sink one's troubles in drink
içkiyle dertlerini unutmak
sink to someone's level
(deyim) birisinin seviyesine inmek
sink without a trace
sırra kadem basmak
sink in
içine işlemek
sink in
iyice anlaşılmak
sink into
sokmak
sink into
batır
sink into
saplamak
sink one's teeth into
bir yere kapağı atmak
sink or swim
ya herrü ya merrü
sink shaft
keson kuyu
sink shaft
batırma kuyu
sink back
geri lavabo
sink down
aşağı lavabo
sink flow
lavabo akışı
sink mark
lavabo işareti
sink marks
lavabo işaretleri
sink one's teeth into
(deyim) Dişini sıkmak, başarmak için bir işin üzerine gidip elinden geleni yapmak
sink one´s troubles in drink
içkiyle dertlerini unutmak
sink shaft
keson kuyu, batırma kuyu
sink unit
lavabo ünitesi
sink a well
kuyu kazmak
sink bowl
(Mukavele) eviye
sink fast
(ağır hasta) son günlerini yaşamak, günleri sayılı olmak, günlerini saymak
sink in
(deyim) tam analamak
sink in
anlaşılmak
sink in
kafasına girmek
sink into
gömülmek
sink into
düşmek
sink into
dalmak
sink into
içine işlemek
sink into
kapılmak
sink into
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- işlemek , nüfuz etmek 2- gömmek , gömülmek , saplanmak
sink into
girmek (koma vb.)
sink into
işlemek
sink into a chair
sandâlyeye gömülmek
sink into a chair
koltuğa gömülmek
sink into a chair
bir koltuğa çökmek
sink into a deep sleep
derin bir uykuya dalmak
sink into a depression
depresyona girmek
sink into oblivion
unutulmak
sink into the grave
toprağa verilmek
sink into the grave
mezara gömülmek
sink low
çok alçalmak (güneş/ay)
sink low
çok düşmek (fiyat)
sink low
(fiyat) çok düşmek
sink low
(güneş/ay) çok alçalmak
sink one's teeth into
(deyim) bir işe girişmek
sink one's troubles in
içkiyle dertlerini unutmak
sink sternmost
kıçtan batmak (gemi)
sink the shop
iflâs etmek
sink the shop
topu atmak
sink the shop
dükkânı batırmak
sink the shop
işi gizli tutmak
sink their differences
aralarındaki anlaşmazlıkları bertaraf etmek
sink to one's knees
diz çökmek, dizlerinin üzerine çökmek
sink to one's knees
dizlerinin üzerine çökmek
sink to the bottom
dibine çökmek
sink to the bottom
dibe çökmek
sink under
altında ezilmek
sink without a trace
sırra kadem basmak. Her heart sank. Birdenbire umutsuzluğa düştü
sink#into
batir
sank
sink koy/düş/batır/bat
sunk
çökük
sunken
batık, suya gömülmüş
(the sun) sink
güneş batmak
heat sink
soğutucu
heat sink
(Otomotiv) soğutucu bloğu
sank
batmış

Bu geminin batmış olduğu açıktır. - It is clear that the ship sank.

sinking
çökme
sinking
bel verme
sinking
batmak
sinking
inme
sinking
indirme
sinking
{f} bat

Onlar batan gemiyi terk ettiler. - They abandoned the sinking ship.

Fareler batan gemiyi terkederler. - Rats leave a sinking ship.

sinking
çöküntü
sunk
batık

Batık bir gemide büyük bir hazine keşfedildi. - A great treasure was discovered in a sunken ship.

sunk
gömülmüş
sunken
sokur
sunken
basık
sunken
su altında
sunken
su altındaki
data sink
veri biriktirici
electron sink
elektron batması
sank
bat

Onlar on düşman gemisini batırdılar. - They sank ten enemy ships.

Bu geminin batmış olduğu açıktır. - It is clear that the ship sank.

sinking
amorti eden
sinking
yavaş yavaş ödeme
sunk
havşalı
sunk
bat

Tekne battı ve herkes öldü. - The boat sunk and everyone died.

Güneş ufuktan yeni battı. - The sun has just sunk below the horizon.

sunk
batmış

Onlar geminin batmış olduğu sonucuna vardılar. - They came to the conclusion that the ship must have sunk.

Gökyüzü sanki güneş batmış kadar karanlık oldu. - The sky became as dark as if the sun had sunk.

sunken
çukur
sunken
{f} bat

Batık bir gemide büyük bir hazine keşfedildi. - A great treasure was discovered in a sunken ship.

sunken
içeri gömük
sunken
batmış
sunken
çökmüş
sinking
açlıktan dermansızlık
Sinks
eviy
They left him to sink or swim
Onu kendi kaderine terkettiler
We´re going to do it, sink or swim!
Ya herrü, ya merrü, onu yapacağız!
bathroom sink
banyo lavabosu
carbon sink
karbon lavabo
counter sink
tezgah
everything but the kitchen sink
her şeyi ama evye
float and sink analysis  yüzdürme
çökeltme analizi, yüzdürme-çökeltme çözümlemesi
information sink
bilgi lavabo
it made his knees sink
o dizlerinin lavabo yaptı
kitchen sink drama
evye drama
kitchen sink realism
950-1960 yıllarında ortaya çıkan ve İngiliz sosyal aile hayatını anlatan drama çeşidi
plunge, sink, fall
dalma, lavabo sonbahar
sinking
batarak
sinking
amorti etme
sinking
azalan
sinks
lavabolar
slip back into, sink down into
arkasına, aşağı gömülmek kayma
stainless steel sink
paslanmaz çelik evye
steel sink
çelik evye
They left him to sink
Onu kendi kaderine terkettiler
behavioral sink
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) davranış batağı
data sink
veri batağı veri alıcısı
Türkçe - Türkçe

sink teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

sank
Kuş pisliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
A place that absorbs resources or energy
The motion of a sinker pitch

Jones' has a two-seamer with heavy sink.

A sinkhole
To push (something) into something
An object or callback that captures events; event sink
Describing metaphorically the experience of apprehension, disappointment, or momentary depression as felt via an internal human organ (usually the heart)

Peter's heart sank. Don't you think it is dreadful? he asked.

A depression in land where water collects, with no visible outlet
A basin used for holding water for washing
A heat sink
To descend into a liquid or other substance or material
To cause (a ship, etc) to sink
To submerge (something) in a liquid or other substance or material
{v} to fall gradually, settle, decline, diminish, depress, degrade, suppress, conceal, plunge, pierce, dig
{n} the head of a drain, a place of filth
To keep out of sight; to suppress; to ignore
plumbing fixture consisting of a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe (technology) a process that acts to absorb or remove energy or a substance from a system; "the ocean is a sink for carbon dioxide"
appear to move downward; "The sun dipped below the horizon"; "The setting sun sank below the tree line"
Place in the environment where a compound or material collects
If something sinks, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water. A fresh egg will sink and an old egg will float. float
A drain to carry off filthy water; a jakes
A collapsed blister or bubble leaving a depression in a product
fall or sink heavily; "He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"
go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned"
To be overwhelmed or depressed; to fall slowly, as so the ground, from weakness or from an overburden; to fail in strength; to decline; to decay; to decrease
fall or drop to a lower place or level; "He sank to his knees"
If your heart or your spirits sink, you become depressed or lose hope. My heart sank because I thought he was going to dump me for another girl
a depression in the ground communicating with a subterranean passage (especially in limestone) and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof
plumbing fixture consisting of a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe
To make (a depression) by digging, delving, or cutting, etc
embed deeply; "She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap"
the amount an element is lowered, usually from the top of type page, but sometimes from the top of text page or trim, depending on customer definition Sink will be specified as visual or base to base space
pass into a specified state or condition; "He sank into Nirvana"
Depression in the land surface; a negative potential area, as in a source and a sink
If something sinks to a lower level or standard, it falls to that level or standard. Share prices would have sunk -- hurting small and big investors Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent The pound had sunk 10 per cent against the Schilling. = fall
To fall by, or as by, the force of gravity; to descend lower and lower; to decline gradually; to subside; as, a stone sinks in water; waves rise and sink; the sun sinks in the west
If something sharp sinks or is sunk into something solid, it goes deeply into it. I sank my teeth into a peppermint cream The spade sank into a clump of overgrown bushes
Figuratively: To cause to decline; to depress; to degrade; hence, to ruin irretrievably; to destroy, as by drowping; as, to sink one's reputation
To bring low; to reduce in quantity; to waste; as, to sink a pit or a well; to sink a die
a complex fold in which a corner of the model is turned inside out to become a pocket Sinks may be either open or closed An open sink is one in which the layers of the paper can be opened to allow the sink to be achieved in a structured manner A closed sink is one where the layers of the paper cannot be opened and the sink must be performed in an ad hoc manner Closed sinks can often be turned into open sinks by a careful restructuring of the layers
Arrows scroll from top down instead of bottom up
If a boat sinks or if someone or something sinks it, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water. In a naval battle your aim is to sink the enemy's ship The boat was beginning to sink fast The lifeboat crashed against the side of the sinking ship. + sinking sinkings sink·ing the sinking of the Titanic
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly; "The real estate market fell off"
To push an opposing player under the water
A place where a surface water course disappears underground Also known as 'streamsink'
A sinking air mass Commonly found outside thermals, between lift sources or in rotors
(1) Site of the storage of some material
Any natural or man-made systems that absorb and store GHGs, including CO2 from the atmosphere To be considered a sink, a system must be absorbing more CO2 than it is releasing so that the store of carbon must be expanding
People use sink school or sink estate to refer to a school or housing estate that is in a very poor area with few resources. unemployed teenagers from sink estates
A shallow box or vessel of wood, stone, iron, or other material, connected with a drain, and used for receiving filthy water, etc
Any process, activity or mechanism which removes a greenhouse gas, an aerosol or a precursor of a greenhouse gas or aerosol from the atmosphere
The lowest part of a natural hollow or closed basin whence the water of one or more streams escapes by evaporation; as, the sink of the Humboldt River
A place where water stops flowing on the surface and instead begins to flow underground
A part of a plant that is actively growing and requires large amounts of photosynthetic sugars to support its development In many plants, reproductive structures such as flowers and fruits are large sinks for photosynthetic products
To enter deeply; to fall or retire beneath or below the surface; to penetrate
A reservoir that uptakes a pollutant from another part of its cycle Soil and trees tend to act as natural sinks for carbon
happens in a riparian corridor when nutrients are taken up by plants and stored in plant tissue for extended periods of time
Hence, to enter so as to make an abiding impression; to enter completely
If something sinks, it moves slowly downwards. Far off to the west the sun was sinking
A place in the environment where a compound or material collects See reservoir
A sink is a large fixed container in a kitchen, with taps to supply water. It is mainly used for washing dishes. The sink was full of dirty dishes. the kitchen sink
To decrease in volume, as a river; to subside; to become diminished in volume or in apparent height
go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned
as in a kitchen
The process of providing storage for a substance For example, plants--through photosynthesis--transform carbon dioxide in the air into organic matter, which either stays in the plants or is stored in the soils The plants are a sink for carbon dioxide
To conseal and appropriate
If you sink money into a business or project, you spend money on it in the hope of making more money. He has already sunk $25million into the project. = plough see also sinking, sunk
A hole or low place in land or rock, where waters sink and are lost; called also sink hole
1) Place in the environment where a compound or material collects 2) A process in which chemicals are removed from the environment or are otherwise made no longer available For example, the ocean is a sink for CO2 because crustaceans use a significant amount in building their shells of calcium carbonate (CaCO3)
A locally asymptotically stable fixed point
In pollution terminology, any location where wastes are or ultimately become deposited, e g , in underground burial places, in underwater deposits, in ocean water
sink estate
A council estate characterised by high levels of economic and social deprivation, often associated with high crime rates
sink estates
plural form of sink estate
sink hole
A depression in the land formed from the collapse or erosion of the underlying rock or soil
sink holes
plural form of sink hole
sink in
Become clear in one's mind

He knows he's been naughty, but it will take a while for it to sink in.

sink one's teeth into
To become involved in; particularly in an enthusiastic manner

He can't wait to sink his teeth into the new project.

sink or swim
To fail or succeed, no matter what
sink flow
(Mühendislik) (fluid mechanics) In three-dimensional flow, a point into which fluid flows uniformly from all directions. In two-dimensional flow, a straight line into which fluid flows uniformly from all directions at right angles to the line
sink one's teeth into
(deyim) To have something real or solid to think about; go to work on seriously; struggle with

Frank chose a subject for his report that he could sink his teeth into.

sink a well
dig a well, dig into the earth to create a water well
sink as lead
drop to the bottom quickly due to heavy weight
sink in
pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"
sink in
become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions; "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
sink in
When a statement or fact sinks in, you finally understand or realize it fully. The implication took a while to sink in
sink into oblivion
be forgotten
sink into poverty
fall into poverty, have one's financial situation deteriorate until one is poor
sink into the grave
die, pass away
sink mark
A depression on the surface of moulded part caused by differential shrinkage
sink mark
a depression or dimple found on the surface of an injection-molded part, due to localized collapse
sink one's eyes
lower one's eyes
sink or swim
all or nothing, bet it all, fail or succeed
everything and the kitchen sink
Alternative form of everything but the kitchen sink
everything but the kitchen sink
Almost everything, whether needed or not

She must have brought everything but the kitchen sink along on the trip, and how she lifted her suitcase, I do not know.

heat sink
An object, system or environment that absorbs and dissipates heat from objects in thermal contact (either direct or radiant) with it
heat sink
A place toward which the heat moves in a system
heat sink
A material capable of absorbing heat
heavy sink
The motion of a sharply diving sinker pitch

His two-seamer has some heavy sink.

sinking
The act or process of sinking

I witnessed the sinking of my ship from the shore.

sinks
plural form of sink
sunken
caused, by natural or unnatural means, to be submerged
sunken
Past participle of sink
time sink
Something that consumes a great deal of time, usually with little benefit; a waste of time
sinking
1. Being submerged2. (metalworking), a metalworking technique
Belfast sink
{i} glazed white porcelain kitchen sink
adjective sink 3
sink estate/school an area where people live or a school that is in a very bad condition and seems unlikely to improve
carbon sink
a large area of forest that is believed to help the environment by taking in carbon from the air so that the effects of global warming are reduced
dry sink
A wooden cabinet that supports a wash basin not connected to a water supply
everything but the kitchen sink
large number of miscellaneous objects or items (e.g. "I have got everthing but the kitchen sink in my purse")
heat sink
A component, typically zinc alloy, that dissipates heat CPUs require heat sinks Return to Index
heat sink
The area or media where heat is deposited (inside a home, etc )
heat sink
a piece of metal used to mount components and draw heat away from them It is usually made of finned aluminum
heat sink
– Thermal mass placed in direct contact with a processing or other device to improve heat dissipation
heat sink
Facility to provide cooling of PAR and MSR components while "buttoned up" during a nuclear attack Water for component cooling was re-circulated through an underground storage cavern where its heat was dumped Click here for photo (B17)
heat sink
An assembly that serves to dissipate, carry away, or radiate into the surrounding atmosphere heat that is generated by an active electronic device
heat sink
– Metal plate, extrusion, case, etc used to transfer heat away from sensitive components and/or circuits Also see Base Plate
heat sink
Good thermal conductor used to remove destructive heat from an area
heat sink
A metal plate, thermally conductive potting material, extrusion, case, etc that is used to transfer heat away from sensitive components and/or circuits See Base Plate
heat sink
Part of the frame of the speaker used to conduct and radiate heat away from the motor assembly 4
heat sink
A reservoir that absorbs heat without a significant increase in temperature
heat sink
The medium - air, water or earth - which receives heat rejected from a heat pump
heat sink
A component designed to lower the temperature of an electronic device by dissipating heat into the surrounding air All modern CPUs require a heat sink Some also require a fan A heat sink without a fan is called a passive heat sink; a heat sink with a fan is called an active heat sink Heat sinks are generally made of a zinc alloy and often have fins
heat sink
Made of a heat conductive material, a heat sink is used to dissipate heat over an increased surface area
heat sink
Any material used to absorb heat In the environment, this is usually air or water that absorbs waste heat produced in the operation of electric power plants or other industrial facilities
heat sink
1 Thermodynamic A body that can absorb thermal energy 2 Practical A finned piece of metal used to dissipate the heat of solid-state components mounted on it
heat sink
1 In thermodynamic theory, a means by which heat is stored, or is dissipated or transferred from the system under consideration
heat sink
1 Thermodynamic A body which can absorb thermal energy 2 Practical A finned piece of metal used to dissipate the heat of solid state components mounted on it
heat sink
A metal base or plate onto which one or more components are mounted to absorb, carry away, or radiate the heat generated by the component(s) Overheating may result in the malfunction or destruction of the part(s) generating the heat or might cause damage to other parts of the circuit
heat sink
1) A body that is capable of accepting and storing heat, and therefore may also act as a heat source 2) A building component such as a wall or floor that is capable of absorbing heat and reradiating it over a period of many hours
heat sink
(sol) A body that is capable of accepting and storing heat It therefore may also act as a heat source F - puits de chaleur S - sumidor de calor
heat sink
A device which possesses low thermal resistance in order to effectively transfer dissipated heat to the ambient temperature Heat Sink Compound A compound which is used to assure a good thermal connection between a heat dissipating device and a heat sink Hertz A unit of frequency named after Heinrich R Hertz (1857-1894) which is equal to one cycle per second
heat sink
A substance or device used to dissipate or absorb unwanted heat, as from a manufacturing process (or, with lasers, from reflected rays)
heat sink
Device which conducts heat away from a heat-producing component so that it stays within its safe working temperature range
heat sink
A component, typically zinc alloy, that dissipates heat CPUs require heat sinks
heat sink
a metal conductor specially designed to conduct (and radiate) heat
heat sink
metallic object which is connected to electronic components and prevents overheating
kitchen sink
a sink in a kitchen
kitchen sink drama
{i} form of British drama that portrays the working-class life
kitchen sink drama
a serious play or film about problems that families have at home
sank
of Sink
sank
Sank is the past tense of sink. A past tense of sink. the past tense of sink
sank
simple past of sink
sinkable
capable of being sunk
sinkable
{s} can be sunk, can be caused to sink
sinking
a slow fall or decline (as for lack of strength); "after several hours of sinking an unexpected rally rescued the market"; "he could not control the sinking of his legs"
sinking
If you have a sinking feeling, you suddenly become depressed or lose hope. I began to have a sinking feeling that I was not going to get rid of her. see also sink
sinking
Surface deformation on parts
sinking
from Sink
sinking
A smithing technique to give form and volume to sheet metal by hammering the sheet into a recess
sinking
a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; "with a sinking heart"; "a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach
sinking
{s} falling down below the surface; moving to a lower level; falling, descending; sloping downward; penetrating, permeating
sinking
{i} descent; gradual decline or fall; uneasy or apprehensive feeling
sinking
The term is used here to describe the way a switch is connected in the circuit If the switch completes the electrical circuit by connecting the load to ground/(-) it is considered to be sinking the load In a solid state device this is equivalent to a NPN ouput
sinking
a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; "with a sinking heart"; "a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach"
sinking
{f} submerge, fall down below the surface (especially in water); move down to a lower level; invest; fall, descend; slope or dip downward; become submerged; penetrate, permeate
sinking
present participle of sink
sinking
In this procedure, the tube is drawn through a die without inner tool, whereat essentially only outer and inner diameter is reduced and the wall thickness can increase or decrease to a low extend depending on the reduction ratio
sinking
In atmospheric optics, a refraction phenomenon, the opposite of looming, in which an object on or slightly above the geographic horizon apparently sinks below it Compare inferior mirage, stooping
sinking
A cold finishing operation to obtain exactly the desired diameter and/or to improve mechanical properties Performed by pulling a tube through a hardened die without using an interior tool (mandrel)
sinking
Controlling oil spills by using an agent to trap the oil and sink it to the bottom of the body of water where the agent and the oil are biodegraded
sinking
a descent as through liquid (especially through water); "they still talk about the sinking of the Titanic"
sinks
ecosystems which absorb carbon dioxide naturally through micro-organisms and plants (i e forests and oceans)
sinks
Under the Kyoto Protocol, developed countries can include changes in net emissions (calculated as emissions minus removals of CO2) from certain activities in the land-use change and forestry sector Calculating the effects of sinks (growing vegetation tends to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere) is methodologically complex and still needs to be clarified
sinks
Third person singular simple present of to sink
sinks
The processes (or places that encompass particular processes) that remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere
sinks
Ecosystems, notably forests and oceans, which can remove carbon from the atmosphere by absorbing and storing it, thereby offsetting CO2 emissions The Kyoto Protocol allows certain terrestrial human-induced sinks activities undertaken since 1990 to be counted towards Annex I Parties' emission targets See also LULUCF
sinks
- a process that removes greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, either by destroying them through chemical processes or storing them in some other form Carbon dioxide is often stored in ocean water, plants or soils where it can be released at a later time
sinks
plural of sink
sinks
growing vegetation tends to absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere Calculating the effect of sinks (by land-use change and forestry) is methodologically complex and still needs to be clarified
sinks
Interrupted drainage develops on limestone or dolomite beds through the dissolving action of water on the formation Consequently, streams can disappear into subterranean caverns, often not re-emerging until they have traveled underground for a considerable distance The term sink (or sinkhole) or karst drainage is sometimes used to describe this unusual stream pattern
sinks
natural systems forests and wetlands, for example that absorb and store greenhouse gases
sunk
Sunk is the past participle of sink
sunk
doomed to extinction
sunk
of Sink
sunk
past participle of sink
sunk
{s} doomed, ruined, beyond help (Informal)
sunk
If you say that someone is sunk, you mean that they have no hope of avoiding trouble or failure. Without him we'd be well and truly sunk. the past tense and past participle of sink
sunken
Sunken ships have sunk to the bottom of a sea, ocean, or lake. The sunken sailing-boat was a glimmer of white on the bottom Try diving for sunken treasure
sunken
having a sunken area; "hunger gave their faces a sunken look"
sunken
under water; e g at the bottom of a body of water; "sunken treasure"; "a sunken ship"
sunken
under water; e
sunken
Lying on the bottom of a river or other water; sunk
sunken
Sunken gardens, roads, or other features are below the level of their surrounding area. The room was dominated by a sunken bath
sunken
Sunken eyes, cheeks, or other parts of the body curve inwards and make you look thin and unwell. Her eyes were sunken and black-ringed
sunken
at the bottom of a body of water; "sunken treasure"; "a sunken ship
sunken
{s} submerged; below the level of that which surrounds it; hollow, depressed
sunken
Archaic past participle of to sink
the storm is beginning to sink
the tempest is starting to calm down, the storm is subsiding
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sank
(Tıp) shank
musluk taşı stone sink
(under a faucet)
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