spraying

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} püskürt

Onlar meyve ağaçlarına ilaç püskürtüyorlar. - They are spraying the fruit trees.

Tom bir yangın söndürücü kaptı ve püskürtmeye başladı. - Tom grabbed a fire extinguisher and started spraying.

(Mühendislik) püskürtme

Tom bir yangın söndürücü kaptı ve püskürtmeye başladı. - Tom grabbed a fire extinguisher and started spraying.

püskürterek
(isim) püskürtme
spray
püskürtmek
spray
{i} serpinti
spraying machine
püskürtme makinesi
spray
{i} incecik damlacıklar halindeki su serpintisi
spray
{i} püsküren sıvı
spray
{i} sprey

Tom arabayla mağazaya gitti ve üç kutu böcek spreyi satın aldı. - Tom drove to the store and bought three cans of insect spray.

Ben sadece çevre dostu spreyler kullanırım. - I only use environmentally friendly sprays.

spray
{f} serpmek
spray
{i} sürgün
spray
{i} (serpinti halindeki) sprey
spray
{i} püskürtücü
spray
{i} filiz
spray
{i} bahar dalı
spray
sıkmak
spray
püskürtgeç
spray
püskürmek
aluminium coat by spraying
püskürtmeyle alüminyum kaplama
metal spraying
metal püskürtme
spray
püskürtülen sıvı
spray
toz halinde serpmek
Spray
püskürtü
paint spraying machine
boya püskürtme makinesi
spray
{f} püskürt

Onlar meyve ağaçlarına ilaç püskürtüyorlar. - They are spraying the fruit trees.

Bizim kendi ağacımızdan gelen elmalar marketten gelen püskürtülmüş elmalardan çok daha iyi tat veriyor. - The apples from our own tree taste much better than the sprayed apples from the supermarket.

spray
{i} çiseleme
water spraying
su püskürtme
agricultural spraying
(Tarım) zirai ilaçlama
bitumen spraying machine
bitüm püskürtme aracı
flock spraying
kadifemsi yüzey yapma
flock spraying
floklama
orchard and vineyard spraying
(Tarım) bağ bahçe ilaçlaması
paint spraying pistol
boya tabancası
spray
püskürteç
spray
sprey boya ile boyamak
spray
{f} (püskürteçle/boya tabancasıyla/spreyle) püskürtmek
spray
püskürtülen ilaç
spray
sprey sıkmak
spray
püskürtme aleti
spray
(Tıp) Serpinti, ince toz halinde serpilen su v.s
spray
(Tıp) Vaporizatör
spray
bu şekilde yapılan süs
spray
vaporizator
spray
(Tıp) Vaporizatör ile püskürtülen ilaç v.s
spray
püskür/püskürt
spray
(İnşaat) püskürtme

Tom bir yangın söndürücü kaptı ve püskürtmeye başladı. - Tom grabbed a fire extinguisher and started spraying.

spray
püskürgeç
spray
yapraklı ve çiçekli ufak dal
spray
sprey,v.püskürt: n.sprey
spray
püskürtme aracı
spray
dal/sprey
zinc spraying
çinko püskürtme
İngilizce - İngilizce
{i} act of dispersing a liquid in small droplets; act of coating a surface with droplets of a liquid
the dispersion of fungicides or insecticides or fertilizer on growing crops (often from a low-flying aircraft)
the application of a liquid in the form of small particles ejected from a sprayer
Spraying, a way of collecting money from the audience
a quantity of small objects flying through the air; "a spray of bullets"
The process of coating materials with paint or clear lacquer by use of air pressure or see cat
A method of application in which the paint is broken up into a fine mist that is directed onto the surface
present participle of spray
spraying and dusting
Standard methods of applying pest-control chemicals and other compounds to plants, animals, soils, or agricultural products. For spraying, chemicals are dissolved or suspended in water or, less commonly, in an oil-based carrier. The mixture is then applied as a fine mist. In dusting, dry, finely powdered chemicals may be mixed with an inert carrier and applied with a blower. In fumigation, gases or the vapours of volatile compounds are held in contact with the materials to be treated. Sprays and dusts are used to control insects, mites, fungi, and bacterial diseases of plants; disease-spreading insects, such as lice and flies, on animals; and weeds. They are also used to apply mineral fertilizers, to increase or decrease fruit set, to delay the dropping of nearly mature fruits, and to defoliate plants to facilitate harvesting (e.g., of cotton; see defoliant). Sprays adhere to treated surfaces better than dusts do. Fumigation may be used to control insects and some diseases in stored products or to control insects and sometimes fungi and weeds in soil. Increasing use of spraying and dusting has prompted concern over their impact on the environment, the food chain, the water supply, and public health. New chemicals and precautions have only partially allayed these concerns. See also crop duster; fungicide; herbicide; insecticide
spraying pistol
gun which atomizes liquid, gun which sprinkles fluid
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{n} the drops of water driven from a wave
crop-spraying
the practice of dropping chemicals from a plane onto crops in order to kill insects American Equivalent: crop-dusting
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Cluster of flowers or flowerheads arranged on a single, branched stem
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A jet of fine medicated vapor, used either as an application to a diseased part or to charge the air of a room with a disinfectant or a deodorizer
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A group of castings made in the same mold and connected by sprues formed in the runner and its branches
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hitting the ball wildly in all directions with no consistency Example: "I played well n Friday but Mark was spraying the ball all over the place "
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Luminous material ejected from a solar flare with sufficient velocity to escape the Sun (675 km/s) Sprays are usually seen in H alpha with complex and rapidly changing form There is little evidence that sprays are focused by magnetic fields Compare surge
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a pesticide in suspension or solution; intended for spraying
spray
a quantity of small objects flying through the air; "a spray of bullets"
spray
{f} disperse a liquid in small droplets; coat a surface with droplets of a liquid
spray
To project a liquid in a disperse manner
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Water flying in small drops or particles, as by the force of wind, or the dashing of waves, or from a waterfall, and the like
spray
a pesticide in suspension or solution; intended for spraying water in small drops in the atmosphere; blown from waves or thrown up by a waterfall scatter in a mass or jet of droplets; "spray water on someone"; "spray paint on the wall"
spray
A small branch of flowers or berries
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Spray is a lot of small drops of water which are being thrown into the air. The moon was casting a rainbow through the spray from the waterfall
spray
be discharged in sprays of liquid; "Water sprayed all over the floor"
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If someone sprays bullets somewhere, they fire a lot of bullets at a group of people or things. He ran to the top of the building spraying bullets into shoppers below The army lorries were sprayed with machine gun fire from guerrillas in the woods
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To shoot (videotape) something fast "Spray the scene and feed it back ASAP!" said the assignment editor to the annoyed photographer
spray
A flowering stem on which lateral flowers are allowed to develop
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A small shoot or branch; a twig
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scatter in a mass or jet of droplets; "spray water on someone"; "spray paint on the wall"
spray
water in small drops in the atmosphere; blown from waves or thrown up by a waterfall
spray
To let fall in the form of spray
spray
be discharged in sprays of liquid; "Water sprayed all over the floor
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A spray of flowers or leaves is a number of flowers or leaves on one stem or branch. a small spray of freesias
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A moving mass of dispersed liquid droplets or heat softened particles
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a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine spray
spray
Drying The production of a dried product by the atomization of a liquid into a heated chamber which evaporates the liquid The dried particles fall to the bottom of the vessel and are collected
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hitting the ball wildly in all directions with no consistency Example: I guess it was Murphy's law, the day I was putting my best I was spraying my full shots everywhere
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When someone sprays against insects, they cover plants or crops with a chemical which prevents insects feeding on them. He doesn't spray against pests or diseases Confine the use of insecticides to the evening and do not spray plants that are in flower Because of the immunity of the immature insects, it's important to spray regularly
spray
cover by spraying with a liquid; "spray the wall with paint"
spray
An instrument for applying such a spray; an atomizer
spray
A collective body of small branches; as, the tree has a beautiful spray
spray
branchlet with foliage
spray
{i} liquid which falls in small droplets; small flowering branch
spray
A dispersion of a liquid in a gas (aerosol of liquid droplets) in which the droplets have diameters greater than 10 micrometres For additional definitions and explanations, more complete dictionaries are available See
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To throw spray upon; to treat with a liquid in the form of spray; as, to spray a wound, or a surgical instrument, with carbolic acid
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Method of application in which the paint is broken up into a fine mist and directed to the surface under pressure Specific types of spray equipment are: aerosol, airless, and air assisted
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If you spray a liquid somewhere or if it sprays somewhere, drops of the liquid cover a place or shower someone. A sprayer hooked to a tractor can spray five gallons onto ten acres Two inmates hurled slates at prison officers spraying them with a hose Drops of blood sprayed across the room
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A spray is a piece of equipment for spraying water or another liquid, especially over growing plants
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A side channel or branch of the runner of a flask, made to distribute the metal in all parts of the mold
spray
a jet of vapor
spray
flower arrangement consisting of a single branch or shoot bearing flowers and foliage a jet of vapor a quantity of small objects flying through the air; "a spray of bullets"
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A spray is a liquid kept under pressure in a can or other container, which you can force out in very small drops. hair spray. a can of insect spray
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(also known as actuation) See actuation
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A fine, gentle, disperse mist of liquid
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If something is sprayed, it is painted using paint kept under pressure in a container. The bare metal was sprayed with several coats of primer
spray
flower arrangement consisting of a single branch or shoot bearing flowers and foliage
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If a lot of small things spray somewhere or if something sprays them, they are scattered somewhere with a lot of force. A shower of mustard seeds sprayed into the air and fell into the grass The intensity of the blaze shattered windows, spraying glass on the streets below The bullet slammed into the ceiling, spraying them with bits of plaster
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