stiffness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sertlik
katılık
(İnşaat,Teknik) rijitlik
(Teknik,Telekom) bükülmezlik
(Gıda,Otomotiv,Teknik) sağlamlık
(İnşaat) bükülme direnci
eğilmezlik
Direngenlik
{i} dik kafalılık
{i} kıvam
{i} resmiyet
{i} koyuluk
{i} inatçılık
{i} ağdalı oluş
tutulum
(Otomotiv) sıkılık
stiff
{s} katı

Yumurta beyazlarını katılaşana kadar çırpın. - Beat the egg whites until stiff.

Ben biraz katı hissettim. - I felt a little stiff.

rigidity
sertlik
stiff
çetin
stiff
{s} sert

Bacaklarım sertleşinceye kadar yürüdüm. - I walked till my legs got stiff.

Onların kasları sert. - Their muscles are stiff.

stiffness of joints and muscles
eklem ve kas sertliği
stiffness factor
rijitlik faktörü
stiffness finish
(Tekstil) sertlik apresi
stiffness in compression
basınca karşı sağlamlık
stiffness of spring
(Fizik) yay direngenliği
stiffness of structure
strüktürel sağlamlık
stiff
{i} ölü

Dün bir maraton koştu. O bugün ölü gibi. - She ran a marathon yesterday. She is stiff today.

stiff
kati
stiff
{s} gergin

Biraz gergin hissediyorum. - I'm feeling a bit stiff.

Oğullarıyla uzun bir yürüyüş yaptığında o hamlamıştı ve ertesi gün gergin ve ağrılıydı. - He was out of shape when he took a long hike with his sons, and he was stiff and sore the next day.

stiff
(Argo) çakırkeyif
excessive stiffness
ek sağlamlık
neck stiffness
ense sertliği
neck stiffness
boyun tutulması
rigidity
rijitlik
stiff
eğilmez
stiff
kuvvetli
stiff
yüksek

Sami hizmeti için yüksek bir fiyat ödedi. - Sami has paid a stiff price for his service.

stiff
gergin (kas)
stiff
ceset
stiff
güç
stiff
aşırı
stiff
soğuk (davranış)
stiff
pahalı
stiff
tutulmak
stiff
leş
stiff
(Argo) kafası dumanlı
stiff
müşkül
stiff
kaskatı
morning stiffness
sabah sertliği
rigidity
esnemezlik
rigidity
eğilmezlik
stiff
kasılmış
stiff
tutulmuş
stiff
sıkı

Muhtemelen çok sıkılmışsın. - You're probably bored stiff.

stiff
soğuk
stiff
çok yüksek
stiff
şiddetli
stiff
pekişmiş
stiff
resmi
stiff
aşırı yüksek
contact stiffness
(Metal İşleme) Bağlantı rijitliği

This article presents modeling of contact stiffness and damping at the tool holder and spindle interface.

neck-stiffness
Menejitli hastalarda tipik olarak ortaya çıkan ense sertliği
stiff
baş belâsı
stiff
(Mühendislik) bükülmez
stiff
{s} sarhoş
horizontal stiffness
yatay rijitlik
rigidity
(Biyoloji) rijidite
rigidity
{i} katılık
rigidity
{i} bükülmezlik
rigidity
{i} değişmezlik
rigidity
{i} sabitlik
stiff
suç ortağı
stiff
{s} içkili
stiff
{i} sahte para
stiff
{s} zor
stiff
ağır
stiff
{s} katı, sert (bir şey)
stiff
{s} dik

Tom dik kafalı yaşlı bir adam. - Tom's a stiff-necked old man.

stiff
{s} koyu
stiff
{s} kabul edilemez
stiff
{s} resmi, soğuk (davranış). i
stiff
{s} fahiş
stiff
{s} alkollü
stiff
{s} inanılmaz
stiff
{s} absürd
stiff
eğrilmez
stiff
rüzgâra dayanıklı
stiff
{i} sahte banknot
stiff
{s} yoğun
stiff
dinç
stiff
{s} sarp
stiff
{s} zoraki
stiff
zorlanmış
stiff
{i} kurban
stiff
{s} koyu, koyu bir kıvamda olan
stiff
kuvve
stiff
{s} zorlu
stiff
pek
İngilizce - İngilizce
inflexibility or a measure of inflexibility
rigidity or a measure of rigidity
{n} obstinacy, harshness, hardness, formality
The spring-like quality of mechanical and hydraulic elements to elasticity deform under load
Stiffness characterizes the ability of a material to resist bending
rigidity
The ratio of change in load to accompanying change in deformation of a member fabricated of a Hookean material and activated within its elastic limit; the slope of the load-versus-deformation plot beneath the elastic limit
- The Property of paper that resist bending
Resistance to flexing
relationship describing motor displacement from a fixed position due to an applied torque of specified value
the physical property of being inflexible and hard to bend
Mental and muscular reaction of a worried or badly prepared horse, leading to mental resistance and muscular hardening
The relationship of load to deformation for a particular material
inflexibility
the property of moving with pain or difficulty; "he awoke with a painful stiffness in his neck" the physical property of being inflexible and hard to bend
Stiffness is the resistance of a material or a structure to deformation It is not the same as strength The stiffness of a material is indicated by its "modulus of elasticity" - the measure of the elasticity of the atomic bonds within the material It is essential that calipers (and caliper mountings) be stiff Which is why metal matrix composite materials are used for racing calipers
excessive sternness; "severity of character"; "the harshness of his punishment was inhuman"; "the rigors of boot camp"
The resistance to deformation of a structural member which can be measured by the ratio of the applied force to the corresponding displacement
The measure of a tape's flexibility and conformability
the inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment)
The ratio of force (or torque) to deflection of a spring-like element
Ability of an object o resist deformation As a measure of deflection for a positioning stage under load or of a leadscrew under thrust, stiffness is typically expressed in units of micro-inches per pound
Some systems of ODEs are difficult to solve using explicit methods The symptoms are that, in order to control the error, the step size must be kept smaller than the apparent rate of change of the variables If an adaptive step size is being used there may be more step rejections than expected
the property of moving with pain or difficulty; "he awoke with a painful stiffness in his neck"
Measure of resistance of plastics to bending It includes both plastic and elastic behavior, so it is an apparent value of elastic modulus rather than a true value (ASTM D-747)
– This measures a paper’s ability to withstand bending
that property of a material concerned with how difficult it is to bend A stiff material is difficult to stretch or bend
The ability of paperboard to resist binding
The quality or state of being stiff; as, the stiffness of cloth or of paste; stiffness of manner; stiffness of character
{i} inflexibility, rigidity
A kart frame is designed to allow flexing, a very important property of the frame The stiffness of the frame is a measure for how easily it can be flexed Fast classes which race with sticky tires require a stiffer frame than slower classes which utilize harder tires Stiffness can be changed by the setting of the torsion bars and the thickness of the rear axle
(1) the measure or degree of resistance to bending stress of a sheet material; (2) high viscosity in ink formulations
The property of a conductor that causes it to resist permanent deformation by bending
a set of values which represent the rigidity or softness of a particular element Stiffness is determined by material type and geometry
hard to bend
Relationship of load to deformation for a particular material
may be quantified using the modulus of elasticity, E The higher the E value, the stiffer the wood and the lower the deformation under a given load A board rated at 2 0E is twice as stiff as one rated at 1 0E
stiff
To fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily

Then he stiffed the waiter with a cheap tip.

stiff
Of a penis, erect
stiff
A person who leaves (especially a restaurant) without paying the bill
stiff
dead, deceased
stiff
Of policies and rules and their application and enforcement, inflexible
stiff
potent

A stiff drink; a stiff dose; a stiff breeze.

stiff
Of muscles, or parts of the body, painful, as a result of excessive, or unaccustomed exercise

My legs are stiff after climbing that hill yesterday.

stiff
not moving or operating freely; "a stiff hinge"
stiff
{a} stubborn, harsh, strong, hard, thick, formal
stiff
Used to describe the wrestler or the manuevers that are performed by that wrestler when these manuevers are performed without enough leniancy
stiff
(aka: "stick it", "stoney") to put a shot close to the hole Example: "I just knew she was going to knock it stiff/stick it/hit it stoney "
stiff
Not easily subdued; unyielding; stubborn; obstinate; pertinacious; as, a stiff adversary
stiff
lacking ease in bending; not limber; "a stiff neck"; "stiff joints"; "stiff hairs"
stiff
Harsh; disagreeable; severe; hard to bear
stiff
incapable of or resistant to bending; "a rigid strip of metal"; "a table made of rigid plastic"; "a palace guardsman stiff as a poker"
stiff
Not natural and easy; formal; constrained; affected; starched; as, stiff behavior; a stiff style
stiff
Not liquid or fluid; thick and tenacious; inspissated; neither soft nor hard; as, the paste is stiff
stiff
Chops, hits or moves which cause real injury (though perhaps not more than a welting up of the opponent ) Big Van Vader has a reputation as a stiff worker Not a shoot, but almost
stiff
Of a person, formal in behavior, unrelaxed
stiff
extremely; "bored stiff"; "frightened stiff
stiff
hard to overcome or surmount; "a stiff hike"; "a stiff exam"; "an uphill battle against a popular incumbant"
stiff
{i} (Slang) corpse, dead body; overly formal or priggish person; fellow, regular person; drunk
stiff
Unyielding, closed; dumb
stiff
the dead body of a human being
stiff
(noun) A wrestler who moves very stiffly in the ring and just doesn't look good, or just an untalented wrestler (adjective) Used to describe a move, such as a punch or a kick, that is delivered with such force that it looks especially realistic
stiff
Harsh, severe
stiff
rigidly formal; "a starchy manner"; "the letter was stiff and formal"; "his prose has a buckram quality"
stiff
A person who is deceived, as a mark or pigeon in a swindle
stiff
A cadaver, a dead person
stiff
Something that is stiff is firm or does not bend easily. His waterproof trousers were brand new and stiff Clean the mussels with a stiff brush under cold running water. = rigid + stiffly stiff·ly Moira sat stiffly upright in her straight-backed chair
stiff
an ordinary man; "a lucky stiff"; "a working stiff" lacking ease in bending; not limber; "a stiff neck"; "stiff joints"; "stiff hairs" hard to overcome or surmount; "a stiff hike"; "a stiff exam"; "an uphill battle against a popular incumbant" not moving or operating freely; "a stiff hinge" powerful; "a stiff current"; "a stiff breeze"; "a stiff drink" extremely; "bored stiff"; "frightened stiff
stiff
very drunk
stiff
in a rigid state; thoroughly, completely
stiff
A hand that could go bust by adding one more card For example any hard 12-16 combination is a stiff
stiff
an ordinary man; "a lucky stiff"; "a working stiff"
stiff
powerful; "a stiff current"; "a stiff breeze"; "a stiff drink"
stiff
of a collar; standing up rather than folded down; "an uncomfortable standup collar"; "a stiff collar"
stiff
emphasis If you are bored stiff, worried stiff, or scared stiff, you are extremely bored, worried, or scared. Anna tried to look interested. Actually, she was bored stiff Stiff is also an adjective. Even if he bores you stiff, it is good manners not to let him know it
stiff
extremely; "bored stiff"; "frightened stiff"
stiff
Stiff can be used to mean difficult or severe. The film faces stiff competition for the Best Film nomination Under Greece's stiff anti-drugs laws they could face twenty years in jail
stiff
Not easily bent; not flexible or pliant; not limber or flaccid; rigid; firm; as, stiff wood, paper, joints
stiff
Something such as a door or drawer that is stiff does not move as easily as it should. Train doors have handles on the inside. They are stiff so that they cannot be opened accidentally
stiff
in a stiff manner; "his hands lay stiffly"
stiff
Of an object, rigid, hard to bend, inflexible
stiff
If you are stiff, your muscles or joints hurt when you move, because of illness or because of too much exercise. The Mud Bath is particularly recommended for relieving tension and stiff muscles I'm stiff all over right now -- I hope I can recover for tomorrow's race. + stiffly stiff·ly He climbed stiffly from the Volkswagen
stiff
{s} difficult to bend, rigid; stubborn; strong; awkward; hard, difficult; thick; high, expensive
stiff
hand totals of 12, 13, 14, 15 or 16
stiff
An average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education, often a working stiff or lucky stiff
stiff
Stiff behaviour is rather formal and not very friendly or relaxed. They always seemed a little awkward with each other, a bit stiff and formal. + stiffly stiff·ly `Why don't you borrow your sister's car?' said Cassandra stiffly. a stiffly worded letter of complaint
stiff
adj chops, hits or moves which cause real injury (though perhaps not more than a welting up of the opponent ) Big Van Vader has a reputation as a stiff worker Not a shoot, but almost
stiff
Very large, strong, or costly; powerful; as, a stiff charge; a stiff price
stiff
A stiff drink is a large amount of a strong alcoholic drink. a stiff whisky. = large
stiff
Of muscles, or parts of the body, painful, as a result of excessive, or unaccustomed excercise
stiff
An I O U ; a bill of acceptance “Hard,” means hard cash “Did you get it stiff or hard?” means by an I O U or in cash Of course “stiff” refers to the stiff interest exacted by money lenders “His `stiff' was floating about in too many directions, at too many high figures ”- Ouida: Under Two Flags, chap vii
stiff
Firm; strong; violent; difficult to oppose; as, a stiff gale or breeze
stiff
Said of a vessel that is not easily heeled and returns quickly to the vertical, when heeling force is removed
stiff
(also "stick it, stoney") to put a shot close to the hole Example: I just knew she was going to knock it stiff/stick it/hit it stoney
stiff
Bearing a press of canvas without careening much; as, a stiff vessel; opposed to crank
stiffness

    Heceleme

    stiff·ness

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    stîfnıs

    Telaffuz

    /ˈstəfnəs/ /ˈstɪfnəs/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'stif ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English stif, from Old English stIf; akin to Middle Dutch stijf stiff, Latin stipare to press together, Greek steibein to tread on.

    Günün kelimesi

    spoonerism