smear

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} lekelemek

Neden Çin'i bu kadar lekelemekten hoşlanıyorsun? - Why do you like smearing China so much?

{f} yağ bulaştırmak
yayma
(Tıp) Mikroskopta tetkik edilmek üzere kanveya diğer vücut ifrazatının cam üzerine ince bir şekilde yayılması, yayma, froti
tamamıyla yenmek
sıvamak
işini bitirmek
çalmak
(Telekom) bulaşma
(yağ) sürmek
ezmek
bulamak
karalama

İktidar partisi muhalefete karşı bir karalama kampanyası yürütüyor. - The ruling party is running a smear campaign against the opposition.

(Tıp) froti
karalamak
bulanık
delile dayanmayan suçlama
iftira
leke

Neden Çin'i bu kadar lekelemekten hoşlanıyorsun? - Why do you like smearing China so much?

mikroskopta incelenmek üzere alınan parça
iftira etmek
sürmek
bulaştırmak
bulaşık leke
lekelenmek
lekeli
{f} bulaşmak
iftira/numune/leke
{i} sürme
yapışkan veya yağlı bir şeyle sıvamak
tamamen yenmek
sür/lekele
on/with (yağlı, kolayca dağılan veya yapışkan bir şeyi) (bir yere) sürmek: He's smeared paint on me! Üstüme boya sürdü! She smeared the
{f} iftira atmak
{i} kir
{f} 1. on/with (yağlı, kolayca dağılan veya yapışkan bir şeyi) (bir yere) sürmek: He's smeared paint on me! Üstüme boya sürdü! She smeared the
yapışkan
{i} lâm üzerine sürülen madde
{i} pislik
{f} kirletmek
{f} pislemek
{i} simir
smeary yağlı
{f} sür
{f} pislenmek
{f} kaybolmak
leke sürmek
alnına leke sürmek
smir
smear with paraffin
gazlamak
smear test
leke testi
smear of
yayma
smear out
Bkz. smear
smear campaign
karalama kampanyası

İktidar partisi muhalefete karşı bir karalama kampanyası yürütüyor. - The ruling party is running a smear campaign against the opposition.

smear sheet
dedikodu gazetesi
smear test
simir testi
smear with mud
çamurlamak
smear with paste
çirişlemek
blood smear
kan lekesi
blood smear
kan yayması
buccal smear
bukkal smear
cervical smear
servikal smear
cytologic smear
sitolojik yayma
smeared
{f} sür
vaginal smear
vajinal smear
smeared
lekelenmiş
to smear
smear için
pap smear
rahim kanseri teşhis testi
peripheral blood smear
(Tıp) periferik kan sayımı
peripheral smear
(Tıp) periferik yayma
İngilizce - İngilizce
To spread (a substance, especially one that colours or is dirty) across a surface by rubbing

The artist smeared paint over the canvas in broad strokes.

A false attack
To have a substance smeared on (a surface)

She smeared her lips with lipstick.

To damage someone's reputation by slandering, misrepresenting, or otherwise making false accusations about an individual, their statements, or their actions

The opposition party attempted to smear the candidate by spreading incorrect and unverifiable rumors about their personal behavior.

A mark made by smearing

This detergent cleans windows without leaving smears.

To become spread by smearing

The paint is still wet — don't touch it or it will smear.

A Pap smear

I'm going to the doctor's this afternoon for a smear.

{v} to daub, soil, defile, pollute, cover
make a smudge on; soil by smudging
If you smear a surface with an oily or sticky substance or smear the substance onto the surface, you spread a layer of the substance over the surface. My sister smeared herself with suntan oil and slept by the swimming pool Smear a little olive oil over the inside of the salad bowl
{i} smudge, spot, stain; slander, libel, slur; material smeared on a slide for microscopic examination (Medicine)
To damage someones reputation by slandering, misrepresenting, or otherwise making false accusations about an individual, their statements, or their actions
a specimen that has been smeared onto a glass slide, stained, washed in an acid solution, and then placed under the microscope for examination; used to detect acid-fast bacilli in a specimen
a test to see whether there are TB bacteria in your phlegm To do this test, lab workers smear the phlegm on a glass slide, stain the slide with a special stain, and look for any TB bacteria on the slide This test usually takes 1 day
{f} spread something across or over a surface; slander, defame; stain, soil, dirty; smudge, blur; defeat (Slang)
a thin tissue or blood sample spread on a glass slide and stained for cytologic examination and diagnosis under a microscope
(n/vb) the act of placing a large surface area of shoe rubber on a hold to create maximum friction
charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone; "The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"
A smear is an unpleasant and untrue rumour or accusation that is intended to damage someone's reputation. He puts all the accusations down to a smear campaign by his political opponents. = slur
a thin tissue or blood sample spread on a glass slide and stained for cytologic examination and diagnosis under a microscope slanderous defamation make a smudge on; soil by smudging stain by smearing or daubing with a dirty substance
A smear is a dirty or oily mark. There was a smear of gravy on his chin
cover (a surface) by smearing (a substance) over it; "smear the wall with paint"; "daub the ceiling with plaster"
A fat, oily substance; oinment
To smear someone means to spread unpleasant and untrue rumours or accusations about them in order to damage their reputation. an attempt to smear the director-general of the BBC
slanderous defamation
Hence, a spot made by, or as by, an unctuous or adhesive substance; a blot or blotch; a daub; a stain
To overspread with anything unctuous, viscous, or adhesive; to daub; as, to smear anything with oil
a blemish made by dirt; "he had a smudge on his cheek"
A smear or a smear test is a medical test in which a few cells are taken from a woman's cervix and examined to see if any cancer cells are present
an act that brings discredit to the person who does it; "he made a huge blot on his copybook"
stain by smearing or daubing with a dirty substance
n/vb the act of placing a large surface area of shoe rubber on a hold to create maximum friction
To soil in any way; to contaminate; to pollute; to stain morally; as, to be smeared with infamy
smear campaign
An effort to damage or call into question someone's reputation, by propounding negative propaganda

His opponent said it was all a smear campaign to make him look bad in the eyes of the voters.

smear campaigns
plural form of smear campaign
smear test
A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample (‘smear’) of cells from the cervix
smear tests
plural form of smear test
smear campaign
mud slinging campaign, attempt to destroy someone's reputation, malicious defamation
smear campaign
a deliberate plan to tell untrue stories about an important person in order to make people lose respect for them - used especially in newspapers
smear dab
The sand fluke (b)
smear test
a method of examining stained cells in a cervical smear for early diagnosis of uterine cancer
smear test
a medical test in which some cells are removed from the entrance to a woman's womb (=the place where a baby grows) and examined under a microscope
smear word
an epithet that can be used to smear someone's reputation; "he used the smear word `communist' for everyone who disagreed with him
Pap smear
A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample (‘smear’) of cells from the cervix
cervical smear
A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample (‘smear’) of cells from the cervix
alimentary tract smear
any of several cytologic smears obtained from different parts of the alimentary tract; obtained by specialized lavage techniques and used mainly to diagnose cancer in those parts
cervical smear
a test for cancer of a woman's cervix American Equivalent: pap smear
cervical smear
specimen scraped from the wall of the cervix (examined for cancerous material)
cervical smear
a sample of secretions and superficial cells of the uterine cervix and uterus; examined with a microscope to detect any abnormal cells
esophageal smear
alimentary tract smear of material obtained from the esophagus
gastric smear
alimentary tract smear of material obtained from the stomach
lower respiratory tract smear
any of several cytologic smears obtained from different parts of the lower respiratory tract; used for cytologic study of cancer and other diseases of the lungs
oral smear
alimentary tract smear of material obtained from the mouth
pap smear
Fatherhood test
pap smear
Exfoliative cytology: a procedure developed by Papanicolaou
pap smear
A microscopic examination of the surface cells of the cervix, usually conducted on scrapings from the cervical opening This assay is used to detect tissue changes that could be forerunners of cervical cancer
pap smear
vaginal or cervical cells obtained for cytological study
pap smear
The name given to the preparation of cells from the cervix on glass slides for microscopic examination by a cytopathologist; used most often for early detection of cancer of the cervix The name is derived from Dr Papanicolaou, the inventor of the procedure
pap smear
a procedure in which a specimen of cells is taken from the uterine cervix or anus, prepared on a slide, and examined under a microscope for abnormal cell growth (dysplasia)
pap smear
A fatherhood test
pap smear
a sample of secretions and superficial cells of the uterine cervix and uterus; examined with a microscope to detect any abnormal cells
pap smear
The name given to the preparation of cells from the cervix on glass slides for microscopic examination by a cytopathologist; used most often for early detection of cancer of the cervix The name is derived from Dr Papanicolaou, the inventor of the procedure
pap smear
A microscopic examination of the surface cells of the cervix, usually conducted on scrapings from the cervical opening This assay is used to detect tissue changes that could be forerunners of cervical cancer
pap smear
a sample of secretions and superficial cells of the uterine cervix and uterus; examined with a microscope to detect any abnormal cells
pap smear
Fatherhood test
pap smear
Exfoliative cytology: a procedure developed by Papanicolaou
pap smear
A fatherhood test
pap smear
vaginal or cervical cells obtained for cytological study
pap smear
a procedure in which a specimen of cells is taken from the uterine cervix or anus, prepared on a slide, and examined under a microscope for abnormal cell growth (dysplasia)
pap smear
A pap smear is a medical test in which cells are taken from a woman's cervix and analysed to see if any cancer cells are present. A test for cancer, especially of the female genital tract, in which a smear of exfoliated cells is specially stained and examined under a microscope for pathological changes. Also called Pap test. a medical test that takes cells from a woman's cervix and examines them for signs of cancer British Equivalent: smear test (George N. Papanicolaou (1883-1962), U.S. (Greek-born) medical scientist). or Papanicolaou smear Sample of cells from the vagina and cervix of the uterus for laboratory staining and examination to detect genital herpes and early-stage cancer, especially of the cervix. Developed by the Greek-born U.S. physician George Nicolas Papanicolaou (1883-1962), this technique also can be applied to cells obtained from other surfaces
pap smear
cancer test in which cells from the female genital tract are smeared on a slide for microscopic examination, named after anatomist George Papanicolaou
paraduodenal smear
alimentary tract smear of material obtained from the duodenum
smeared
past of smear
smeared
Having the color mark ings ill defined, as if rubbed; as, the smeared dagger moth (Apatela oblinita)
smeared
{s} spread, daubed; smudged; dirty, soiled; defamed, slandered; defeated (Slang)
smeared
smeared with something that soils or stains; these words are often used in combination; "oil-smeared work clothes"; "hostile faces smirched by the grime and rust"- Henry Roth; "ink-smudged fingers"
smeared
If something is smeared, it has dirty or oily marks on it. The other child's face was smeared with dirt
smearer
{i} one who smears, one who smudges; slanderer, libeler
smearing
Severe lack of detail and focus
smearing
present participle of smear
smearing
Gaining a grip on the rock using the surface area of the soft rubber soles of the climbing shoe to create enough friction to step upward, as distinguished from edging
smearing
{i} spreading, daubing; defaming, degrading, abusing
smearing
In the CCDs, X-ray events may still fall on the image registers while charge from a previous imageframe is being read out This will be particularly true for the pn CCD in which there is no shielded data store section Thus bright point sources will produce excess events in the same CCD columns (also called "out of time events")
smearing
Climbing technique in which the climber attempts to stand on the rock by getting as much friction as possible between his shoe and the rock Generally this involves placing the sole or toe of the shoe directly on top of the hold or rock surface, then pushing and twisting the foot The opposite of edging
smearing
the presence of ink in areas not called for by the artwork May be the extension of ink, generally in one direction, starting from origin into an area not specified May also be caused by handling substrates with wet ink impressions
smears
third-person singular of smear
vaginal smear
smear taken from the vaginal mucosa for cytological analysis
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) smmear
smear