spall

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} parçalanmak
{f} parçalamak
{i} parçacık
ufak taş parçası
{i} kıymık
(Askeri) FIRLAYAN ZIRH PARÇALARI: Tam veya kısmi nüfuz sonucu zırh levhasının arka yüzeyinden kopan ufak parçalar
{i} yonga
parçalara ayır
{i} taş parçası
kıymak
spall ufak tas parçasi
parçalamak
spalling
patlama
spalling
kabarıp dökülme
spalling
pul pul dökülme
spalling
kavlama
spalling
kabarıp dökülme, pul pul dökülme, kavlama
spalling
yontma
spalling
çentme
İngilizce - İngilizce
A splinter, fragment or chip
The shoulder

Their mightie strokes their haberieons dismayld, / And naked made each others manly spalles .

To break into fragments or small pieces
{n} a joint of the body, the shoulder
Small fragments of glass that are ejected from the surface of a laminated glass sheet when the opposite surface is impacted
to break into fragments
A chip, fragment, or flake from concrete or masonry
A flake or chip of metal; removed from one of the races of a rolling-element bearing That bearing is nearing the end of its useful life
a splinter or fragment
a fragment broken off from the edge or face of stone or ore and having at least one thin edge; "a truck bearing a mound of blue spalls"
{f} break or cut off chips or fragments; be broken into chips or fragments
small fragment or chip
circular or oval depression in concrete caused by a separation of a portion of the surface concrete, revealing a fracture parallel with or slightly inclined to the surface
To give off spalls, or wedge-shaped chips; said of stone, as when badly set, with the weight thrown too much on the outer surface
{i} chip, flake, fragment (from a piece of stone, etc.)
disintegration of a rock by breaking away of an outer layer
A chip or fragment, especially a chip of stone as struck off the block by the hammer, having at least one feather-edge
a fragment broken off from the edge or face of stone or ore and having at least one thin edge; "a truck bearing a mound of blue spalls
A small chip or flake of flint or stone, such as a burin
A chip or fragment of concrete which has chipped, weathered, or otherwise broken from the main mass of concrete
To reduce, as irregular blocks of stone, to an approximately level surface by hammering
To break into small pieces, as ore, for the purpose of separating from rock
To chip or crumble
spalled
past of spall
spalling
The spontaneous flaking or popping of small chips from a concrete surface due to freezing
spalling
The deterioration of a brick or masonry surface resulting from the action of water in the surface material to freeze, and then expand, breaking the material, and causing the surface to "flake off "
spalling
a condition in which the outer layer or layers of masonry or concrete material begin to break off or flake away
spalling
present participle of spall
spalling
the chipping or fragmenting of a surface coating, caused by thermal expansion or contraction
spalling
Expansion of moisture within concrete due to exposure to the heat of a fire The expansion causes sections of the concrete surface to violently disintegrate
spalling
a condition in which the outer layer or layers of masonry concrete material begin to break off or flake away
spalling
Flaking or chipping of stone or other masonry materials Similar to scaling, but the chips and flakes are larger
spalling
surface disintegration associated with loss of particles from the surface and associated with adhesion
spalling
The breaking or chipping of a PCC pavement at joints, cracks, or edges, usually resulting in fragments with featheredges
spalling
When poured concrete chips, fragments or breaks apart This problem is usually caused when the reinforcement bar (rebar) is located too close to surface or edges It can also result from improper or inconsistent concrete mixture or a combination of excessive moisture and temperature change
spalling
The flaking or separation of a sprayed coating
spalling
Descriptive term relating to gears Refers to large areas of broken-out metal due to metal fatigue caused by heavy surface loading
spalling
A chipping or flaking of a surface due to any kind of improper heat treatment or material dissociation
spalling
The chipping or erosion of masonry caused by abuse or weathering
spalls
plural of spall
spall

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    /ˈspôl/ /ˈspɔːl/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'spol ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English spalle (“a chip”) (first documented in 1440), of uncertain origin. Perhaps from the Middle English verb spald (“to split”) (c.1400), from Middle Low German spalden, cognate with Old High German spaltan (“to split”)

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