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İngilizce - Türkçe
makas değiştirmek
şönt yapmak
paralel bağlamak
makas değiştirmek
(Biyokimya) yanyol
(Biyokimya) keseyol
paralel bağlamak
manevra yapmak
paralel bağlama
{f} yerini değiştir
trenin yolunu değiştirme
şönt yapmak
makas değiştirme
hat değiştirmek
{f} (önemli bir yerden)
bir yana dönmek
(Tıp) İki damar arasında damar arasında anormal olarak bulunan ve birinden diğerine kan akımını sağlayan iştirak
(fiil) yolunu değiştirmek, hat değiştirmek, yan yola geçmek, yerini değiştirmek, paralel bağlamak (elek.), yakasını sıyırmak, başından atmak
yol değiştirme
yan yola geçirmek elek
yan yol
yolunu değiştirmek
hat değiştirme
{f} d.y. (vagonu/katarı) bir hattan başka hatta geçirmek; (vagonu/katarı) barınma hattına veya manevra hattına almak
başından atmak
yakasını sıyırmak
yerini değiştirmek
yan hat
paralel devre
yan yola geçmek
tâli direnç
cereyanın bir kısmını diğer bir telden geçirmek
{f} paralel bağlamak (elek.)
paralel,v.yerini değiştir: adj.paralel
yan yola sapmak
(Biyoloji) şant
(Tıp) Bir yana döndürmek, çevirmek, saptırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A connection used as an alternative path between parts of an electric circuit
To turn away or aside
To move data in memory to a physical disk
A passage between body channels constructed surgically as a bypass
A switch on a railway
To divert electric current by providing an alternative path
a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current
a tube, surgically implanted, that relieves fluid buildup in the brain
a special tube that is put into the ventricles to help drain the cerebrospinal fluid from the brain into the belly
a tube implanted in the cranium to balance the flow of cerebrospinal fluid - used in the treatment of hydrocephalus
a passage by which a bodily fluid (especially blood) is diverted from one channel to another; "an arteriovenus shunt"
A thin, flexible, straw-like device which is implanted in the fluid cavities of the brain to control the build-up of cerebrospinal fluid Shunts most commonly run under the skin from the head to the abdominal cavity
An electrical bypass circuit that proportionally divides current flow between the shunt and the shunted equipment It also allows high current measurements with low-current equipment
provide with or divert by means of an electrical shunt
a resistive load through which electricity is diverted Often the resistance of a shunt is known precisely and is used to determine amperage by measuring the voltage across it and using Ohm's law (I = V/R)
This generally means parallel connection
implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber; for draining fluids within the body a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current a passage by which a bodily fluid (especially blood) is diverted from one channel to another; "an arteriovenus shunt"
a connector to allow blood flow between two locations
disapproval If a person or thing is shunted somewhere, they are moved or sent there, usually because someone finds them inconvenient. He has spent most of his life being shunted between his mother, father and various foster families
To go aside; to turn off
Also called shorting bars or tie bars These can either be rigid or foam shapes designed to electrically short device leads and reduce the possibility of ESD damage
A conducting circuit joining two points in a conductor, or the terminals of a galvanometer or dynamo, so as to form a parallel or derived circuit through which a portion of the current may pass, for the purpose of regulating the amount passing in the main circuit
To shun; to move from
a drainage system Spinal fluid flows from a ventricle into a body cavity via a tube Used to relieve increased intracranial pressure caused by brain tumors that block the flow of spinal fluid
to shift or move rolling stock
System of tubing, most likely including pressure valve and reservoir, used to drain CSF fluid from the ventricles or sub-arachnoid space of the brain into another part of the body, normally the peritoneal space or occasionally the heart
A tube or device implanted in the body (usually made of Silastic) to redivert excess CSF away from the brain to another place in the body
{i} act of turning aside, act of diverting; bypass, device used to divert an electrical current (Electricity); railroad switch; channel created to divert bodily fluids away from a particular part of the body (Surgery)
In respiratory physiology, a passageway for blood to bypass an organ In a right-to-left shunt, blood passes from systemic veins to systemic arteries bypassing the pulmonary capillaries (so that it does not exchange oxygen or carbon dioxide with the alveoli)
An abnormal flow pattern of blood through the chambers of the heart or through the large arteries leaving the heart A "left-to-right" shunt results in extra blood flow entering the lungs, while a "right-to-left" shunt results in decreased blood flow to the lungs, low oxygen levels and cyanosis A surgically created connection designed to increase the delivery of blood to the lungs The most common types of shunts are named for the physicians who popularized them (Blalock-Taussig, Waterston, Potts, Glenn) A "modified" shunt may involve the use of artificial material, such as Gore-tex®
A passage made artificially, between two areas of the body, usually placed to drain liquid
A connector that allows blood to flow between two locations
a natural or artificially created passageway between two parts of the heart
To have a minor collision, especially in a motor car
A soft magnetic material used to by-pass, divert, or redirect the magnetic flux from the air gap of a magnet
To move a train from one track to another, or to move carriages etc from one train to another
{f} shift, divert; alter the course of; move onto a side track (of a train or car); create a channel in order to divert bodily fluids away from a particular body part (Medicine)
A minor collision
A turning off to a side or short track, that the principal track may be left free
The shifting of the studs on a projectile from the deep to the shallow sides of the grooves in its discharge from a shunt gun
This is a catheter like device which is usually surgically implanted within the head or body area It allows excess CSF to drain into another part of the body, usually the abdomen
To turn off to one side; especially, to turn off, as a grain or a car upon a side track; to switch off; to shift
transfer to another track, of trains
1) Deliberately shorting a portion of an electric circuit 2) A device for shorting an electric circuit See Short Circuit
A crash
transfer to another track, of trains provide with or divert by means of an electrical shunt
To marshal vehicles in a given order to form a train consist
To provide with a shunt; as, to shunt a galvanometer
To cause to move suddenly; to give a sudden start to; to shove
A calibrated low resistance connected in parallel with the input terminals of a voltmeter in order to enable measurements of large currents It can be internal or external, and typically voltage drops across external shunts are 50 mV or 100 mV
To divert the flow of a body fluid using surgery
When railway engines shunt wagons or carriages, they push or pull them from one railway line to another. The GM diesel engine shunted the coaches to Platform
an act of moving a train or railway carriage to a different track
Movement of blood through a congenitally abnormal or surgically created connection and communication between two circuits, at the level of the atria, ventricles, or great vessels "Shunt" is a physiologic term, in contrast to "connection" which is an anatomic term
implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber; for draining fluids within the body
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