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İngilizce - Türkçe
yağma

Kara yağmasına rağmen, gitmek zorundayım. - Although it is snowing, I must go.

Az önce kar yağmaya başladı. - It began snowing just now.

kar yağışı

Öğleyin mi yoksa daha sonra mı kar yağışı başlayacak? - Will it start snowing at noon or later?

Bir saat önce kar yağışı durdu. - It stopped snowing an hour ago.

yağış

Sonunda kar yağışı durdu ve hava ısındı. - It has finally stopped snowing and has warmed up.

Er ya da geç kar yağışı duracak. - It'll stop snowing sooner or later.

Karlanma, karıncalanma; transistör ve elektron tüplerinin iç-gürültüleri nedeniyle TV ekranında anten yok iken, tüm ekranı kaplayan karlı/karıncalı görünüm
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{i} kar

Karlarla örtülü şu dağa bak. - Look at that mountain which is covered with snow.

Hava tahminlerine göre yarın kar yağacak. - According to the weather forecast, it will snow tomorrow.

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kar yağmak
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toz
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karlanma (tv)
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yağış

Bütün gün kar yağışı devam etti. - It kept snowing all day.

Ben trenden inerken yoğun kar yağışı başladı. - It began to snow heavily as I got off the train.

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yağmak
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kokain
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gözünü boyamak
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pük
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gözüne girmek
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{f} kar yağ

Gece boyunca kar yağdı. - It snowed all last night.

Yarın muhtemelen kar yağacak. - Probably it will snow tomorrow.

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karda
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karlar
it's snowing
kar yağıyor
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abartılı konuşarak etkilemek
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karlanma
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karla kaplamak
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eroin
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(Askeri) PARAZİT GÖRÜNTÜ: bkz: "noise"
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beyaz zehir
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kar gibi şey
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kar yağışı

Ben trenden inerken yoğun kar yağışı başladı. - It began to snow heavily as I got off the train.

Bütün gün kar yağışı devam etti. - It kept snowing all day.

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{i} karlanma [tv]
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kusur veya bilgisizliğini örtmek için abartmalı konuşmak
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televizyon ekranında kar fırtınası gibi görünen beyaz lekeler
İngilizce - İngilizce
present participle of snow
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The frozen, crystalline state of water that falls as precipitation

The wind had dropped, and the snow, tired of rushing around in circles trying to catch itself up, now fluttered gently down until it found a place on which to rest.''.

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To have snow fall from the sky

It started to snow.

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To bluff in draw poker by refusing to draw any cards
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A snowfall; a blanket of frozen, crystalline water

We have had several heavy snows this year.

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{n} water frozen in flakes, a small ship
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{v} to descend in congealed flakes, to fall
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snaw
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English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980) precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals a layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water) covering the ground fall as snow; "It was snowing all night
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{i} precipitation that falls as ice crystals; accumulation of frozen ice particles; snowstorm; white static on a television screen caused by poor signal reception; cocaine, heroin (Slang)
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Precipitation composed of white or translucent ice crystals Snow forms in cold clouds by the direct transfer of water vapor to ice
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Watery particles congealed into white or transparent crystals or flakes in the air, and falling to the earth, exhibiting a great variety of very beautiful and perfect forms
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Said of the weather when snow is falling
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Precipitation composed of white or translucent ice crystals, chiefly in complex branched hexagonal form and often agglomerated into snowflakes
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precipitation in the form of branched hexagonal crystals, often mixed with simple ice crystals, which fall more or less continuously from a solid cloud sheet These crystals may fall either separately or in cohesive clusters forming snowflakes
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the aqueous vapour of the atmosphere, partially frozen, and falling to the earth in white flakes
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Type of precipitation that forms in air with temperatures below freezing Snow forms when water vapor deposits directly as a solid on a deposition nuclei, by passing the liquid state A snowflake forms first as a very tiny crystal developing on a six-sided hexagonal deposition nuclei The ice crystal then grows fastest at the six points as these area are more directly exposed to the atmosphere's water vapor Snow is most common in winter just north of the center of mid-latitude cyclones As the warm moist air travels around the center of lowest pressure, it overrides colder air located north of the low and is cooled to its saturation temperature, producing rainfall and snow Snow generally occurs with east winds, since the winds at locations north of a mid-latitude cyclone are from the east
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Precipitation composed of white or translucent ice crystals, chiefly in complex branched hexagonal forms
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Falling ice composed of crystals in complex hexagonal forms Snow forms mainly when water vapor turns directly to ice without going through the liquid stage, a process called sublimation
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Frozen precipitation consisting of ice crystals that have joined together
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Daily Snowfall (Snowfall includes sleet) Amount is for 24-hour period ending at observation time Hail was included with snowfall from July 1948 through December 1955 Hail occurring alone was not included with either snowfall or snow depth before and after that period Trace is less than 0 05 inch Unit Measurement, Inches to Tenths Important Note: For July 1996 to present, this element is not valid and should not be used if FIELD 1 = 3210 NCDC will attempt to correct this problem as soon as resources allow
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Frozen precipitation composed of ice particles in complex hexagonal patterns
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fall as snow; "It was snowing all night"
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A shade of the color white
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precipitation in the form of ice crystals, mainly of intricately branched, hexagonal form and often agglomerated into snowflakes, formed directly from the freezing of the water vapor in the air
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a large quantity of random noise in a television picture that results from a poor signal to noise ratio
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a layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water) covering the ground
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Whitish corn snakes that are a result of a combination of the amelanistic and anerythristic mutations
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{f} fall as snow; fall like snow; cover with snow, block with snow; flatter, persuade with insincere talk (Slang)
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a snake that's homozygous for both albino and axanthic or (for some species) albino and anerythristic
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When it snows, snow falls from the sky. It had been snowing all night
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Cocaine
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mainly branched, six-sided ice crystals At temperatures near 0 C, they will join together to form snowflakes
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Most precipitation, except in the tropics, starts high in the clouds where water vapor condenses into ice crystals As the crystals fall, they freeze together with other crystals If the air below the clouds remains below freezing, snow will fall If not, the snow turns to rain
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conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end; "He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well"
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English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980)
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street names for cocaine
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Precipitation of ice crystals
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Something white like snow, as the white color (argent) in heraldry; something which falls in, or as in, flakes
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To hoodwink someone, especially by presenting confusing information
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Fig
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To scatter like snow; to cover with, or as with, snow
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A form of precipitation composed of ice crystals
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Frozen precipitation in the form of white or translucent ice crystals in complex branched hexagonal form It most often falls from stratiform clouds, but can fall as snow showers from cumuliform ones It usually appears clustered into snowflakes It is reported as "SN" in an observation and on the METAR
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Frozen precipitation in the form of white or translucent hexagonal ice crystals that fall in soft, white flakes
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Snow consists of a lot of soft white bits of frozen water that fall from the sky in cold weather. In Mid-Wales six inches of snow blocked roads They tramped through the falling snow
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If someone snows you, they persuade you to do something or convince you of something by flattering or deceiving you. I'd been a fool letting him snow me with his big ideas. see also snowed in, snowed under. British writer and scientist who is known especially for his 11-volume series Strangers and Brothers (1940-1970). Solid form of water that crystallizes in the atmosphere and falls to the Earth, covering about 23% of the Earth's surface either permanently or temporarily. Snowflakes are formed by crystals of ice that generally have a hexagonal pattern. Snow cover has a significant effect on climate and on plant, animal, and human life. By increasing the reflection of solar radiation and interfering with the conduction of heat from the ground, it induces a cold climate. The low heat conduction protects small plants from the effects of the lowest winter temperatures; on the other hand, late disappearance of snow in the spring delays the growth of plants. snow leopard Snow Charles Percy Baron Snow of the City of Leicester
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Electrical noise visible on a television screen
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Crystals of ice that form from water vapor in the upper atmosphere and fall to Earth in soft white flakes Precipitation in the form of crystals
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To fall in or as snow; chiefly used impersonally; as, it snows; it snowed yesterday
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precipitation in the form of well-developed hexagonal ice crystals, either singly or in conglomerate flakes
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precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals
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You can refer to a great deal of snow in an area as the snows. the first snows of winter
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Small sparse flakes Generally visibility is reduced, but not less than 1000m
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A square-rigged vessel, differing from a brig only in that she has a trysail mast close abaft the mainmast, on which a large trysail is hoisted
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