(Askeri) TERLE SOĞUTMA: Atmosfere dönen bir cisimde veya hipersonik hızlarla uçan bir uçakta aşırı ısınmayı kontrol etme metodu. Bu metotta, aşırı ısınmaya maruz kalan yüzeyler gözenekli maddelerden imal edilmiştir ve bu gözeneklerden, yüksek ısı kapasiteli bir sıvı tazyiki verilir. Bu soğutucunun buharlaşması terle soğutma işlemini tamamlar
Fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation
To sweat a client To make him bleed; to fleece him To sweat coin To subtract part of the silver or gold by friction, but not to such an amount as to render the coin useless as a legal tender The French use suer in the same sense, as Suer son argent, to sweat his money by usury Vous faites suer le bonhomme- tel est votre dire quand vous le pillez (Harangue du Capitaine la Carbonnade ) (1615 )
To worry about something or someone; to like or adore, or to do anything that implies sweating
agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"
If someone is in a sweat, they are sweating a lot. Every morning I would break out in a sweat I really don't feel a bit sick, no night sweats, no fevers
To cook vegetables in fat over gentle heat so they become soft but not brown, and their juices are concentrated in the cooking fat If the pan is covered during cooking, the ingredients will keep a certain amount of their natural moisture If the pan is not covered, the ingredients will remain relatively dry
The fluid which is excreted from the skin of an animal; the fluid secreted by the sudoriferous glands; a transparent, colorless, acid liquid with a peculiar odor, containing some fatty acids and mineral matter; perspiration
Sweat is the salty colourless liquid which comes through your skin when you are hot, ill, or afraid. Both horse and rider were dripping with sweat within five minutes
The act of sweating; or the state of one who sweats; hence, labor; toil; drudgery
Consists of putting buttered parchment paper on top of vegetables in a pan, covering the pan with a lid, and letting them cook until softened
Any of the numerous small, tubular glands that are found nearly everywhere in the skin of humans and that secrete perspiration externally through pores to help regulate body temperature. a small organ under your skin that produces sweat. Either of two types of perspiration glands in the skin. Eccrine sweat glands, controlled by the sympathetic nervous system, use evaporation to cool the skin by secreting water when body temperature rises. Apocrine sweat glands, usually associated with hair follicles, are concentrated in the underarms and genital region. Starting at puberty, hormones stimulate them to continuously secrete a fatty sweat. Certain specialized glands, such as mammary glands and wax-secreting glands of the ear canal, probably developed from this type of gland
Hut or lodge used for ritual purification. Its use originated with Native Americans for whom it remains a significant ceremony but it is now common among other non-Indian groups who recognize its health as well as spiritual benefits. The structure of the sweat lodge is usually made of bent saplings and skin or blanket coverings and is heated by steam from water poured on hot stones. A ceremony typically surrounds the lodge's construction and use. Some groups believe the lodge becomes a symbolic centre in which the six cardinal directions, the past and present, and the human and spiritual worlds are connected
Consider, for instance, that Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Marat Safin and even the supposedly out-of-sorts Lleyton Hewitt all won the opening set of their first-round matches 6-0 before barely breaking a sweat in the two sets that followed.
If you are in a cold sweat, you are sweating and feel cold, usually because you are very afraid or nervous. He awoke from his sleep in a cold sweat. A reaction to nervousness, fear, pain, or shock, characterized by simultaneous perspiration and chill and cold moist skin
[ swet ] (verb.) before 12th century. Old English swāt *swait- *swoyd- (“to sweat”). Cognate with Danish sved, Swedish svett, German Schweiß, Dutch zweet, French sueur, Persian خوی (xway) Latvian sviedri and Albanian djersë.
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