to incubate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kuluçkaya yatırmak
kafasında kurmak
kuluçkaya yatmak
{f} kafasında (plan) kurmak
kuluçkaya yatırmak
kuluçkaya yat
kafasında kurmak
{f} civciv çıkarmak
kuluçkaya yat,kuluçkaya yatır
(Tıp) Bir hastalığın bedene girmesiyle arazının meydana çıkması arasındaki müddet zarfında gelişmek (mikroplar)
tıb bir hastalığın bedene girmesiyle belirtisinin meydana çıkması arasındaki zaman boyunca gelişmek düşün/kuluçkaya
{f} üretmek

Yumurtaları yapay olarak üretmek zorunda olacaksın. - You will have to incubate the eggs artificially.

{f} tasarlamak
kuluçkaya yatırarak veya suni araçlarla civciv çıkarmak
belleğinde tasarlamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue through the provision of ideal environmental conditions
To incubate metaphorically; to ponder an idea slowly and deliberately as if in preparation for hatching it
To sit, as on eggs for hatching; to brood; to brood upon, or keep warm, as eggs, for the purpose of hatching
To warm an egg so it can hatch
sit on (eggs); "Birds brood"; "The female covers the eggs"
the period of time from when the eggs are laid to when they hatch
develop under favorable conditions, such as germs and bacteria
When birds incubate their eggs, they keep the eggs warm until the baby birds come out. The birds returned to their nests and continued to incubate the eggs. + incubation in·cu·ba·tion Male albatrosses share in the incubation of eggs
When a germ in your body incubates or is incubated, it develops for a period of time before it starts making you feel ill. The virus can incubate for up to ten days after the initial infection. + incubation in·cu·ba·tion The illness has an incubation period of up to 11 days
To keep eggs warm so that their embryos develop and hatch The adult birds incubate the eggs by sitting on them They also turn the eggs with their beaks from time to time
to warm (eggs) as by bodily heat, so as to promote embryonic developmment and the hatching of young
To incubate is to artificially warm (and hatch eggs) by maintaining conditions similar to body heat
To maintain eggs, sperm or embryos under controlled conditions (temperature, humidity and gaseous environment) favorable for development
Of a hen, to sit on and hatch eggs (Morris 1992)
{f} sit on eggs in order to hatch them; hatch eggs; keep warm to promote development and growth; develop, grow, mature; (in Canada and the USA) support and assist a new development of small business
In context here, to allow a starter to sit in conditions which favor the growth of its microorganisms
To incubate metaphorically; to ponder an idea slowly and deliberately as if in preperation for hatching it
to incubate