wasting

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İngilizce - Türkçe
boşa harcama
tükenen
harap eden
harcayarak
{i} boşa harcama

Zamanı boşa harcamanı uygun bulmuyorum. - I don't approve of your wasting time.

Zamanı boşa harcamayı bırakalım ve bu işe devam edelim. - Let's stop wasting time and get on with this work.

{f} boşa harca

Tom Mary'ye zamanını boşa harcadığını söyledi. - Tom told Mary she was wasting her time.

Zamanı boşa harcamayı bırakalım ve bu işe devam edelim. - Let's stop wasting time and get on with this work.

israf

Tom bana onun zamanını israf ettiğimi söyledi. - Tom told me I was wasting his time.

Neden Tom'la birlikte zamanını israf ediyorsun? - Why are you wasting your time with Tom?

boşa harcayarak
(Tıp) Cılızlık, zayıflık, hareketlerde isteksizlik
{s} mahveden
{s} aşırı zayıflatan
waste
israf etmek

Zamanımı israf etmekten nefret ederim. - I hate to waste my time.

Tom tartışarak zaman israf etmek istemediğini söyledi. - Tom said he didn't want to waste time arguing.

waste
israf

Böyle bir şeyi yapmaya çalışmak zaman israfıdır. - Trying to do such a thing is a waste of time.

Zamanını israf etmemelisin. - You should not waste your time.

waste
atık

Nehir, evlerin ve fabrikaların atıkları tarafından kirlendi. - The river is polluted by waste from houses and factories.

Bu nehir, fabrika atıkları ile kirlenmiş. - This river is polluted with factory waste.

waste
{f} boşa harcamak

Tom ne kadar zamanın boşa harcandığını hesaplamada daha fazla zamanı boşa harcamak istemedi. - Tom didn't want to waste any more time calculating how much time had been wasted.

Zamanımı boşa harcamak istemedim. - I didn't want to waste my time.

waste
{i} sarfiyat
wasting away, becoming emaciated
uzakta, bir deri bir kemik haline israf
wasting disease
Geyik ve elk'lerde görülen kronik zayıflama hastalığıdır
wasting time
zaman israf
wasting asset
(Ticaret) tükenen kıymet
wasting asset
(Ticaret) amortismana tabi değer
wasting space
(Bilgisayar) yer harcama
waste
çöp

Tom mektubu çöp sepetine attı. - Tom threw the letter into the wastebasket.

Ülkede her gün tonlarca çöp üretilir. - Tons of waste are produced every day in the country.

mass wasting
(Coğrafya) toprak kayması
wast
(İnşaat) engin
waste
harabe
waste
ziyan

Ziyan edecek tek kuruşum yok. - I can't afford to waste a single yen.

Hayatınızı anlamsız şeylerle ziyan etmeyin. - Don't waste your life on meaningless things.

waste
(Ticaret) kayıp
waste
atılacak (kağıt)
waste
havaya savurmak
waste
atıklar

Bu nehir, fabrika atıkları ile kirlenmiş. - This river is polluted with factory waste.

Fabrika atıkları bazen nehirlerimizi kirletir. - Factory waste sometimes pollutes our rivers.

waste
atık madde
waste
virane
waste
aşındırmak
waste
iyi kullanmamak
waste
har vurup harman savurmak
waste
heder etmek
waste
pasa
waste
çöl
waste
boşa giden
waste
viraneye çevirmek
waste
(Ticaret) kırpıntı
waste
ziyan etme

Hayatınızı anlamsız şeylerle ziyan etmeyin. - Don't waste your life on meaningless things.

Zamanını ve paranı ziyan etme. - Don't waste your time and money.

waste
artık madde
waste
ziyan olan
waste
heder etme
waste
ziyan etmek
waste
telef etmek
waste
kullanılmayan arazi
waste
saçıp savurmak
waste
boş ve işlenmemiş arazi
waste
boş

Tom hayatının büyük kısmını boşa geçirdiğine pişman oldu. - Tom regretted having wasted a great deal of his life.

Bu şekilde, çok fazla zamanı boşa harcarız. - In this way, we waste a lot of time.

waste
zayıflatmak
waste
kullanılmayan
waste
güçten düşmek
waste
işe yaramaz
waste
kıraç
waste
{f} boşa harca

McClellan zamanı boşa harcamadı. - McClellan wasted no time.

Zamanı boşa harcamamak için dikkatli olmalısın. - You must be careful not to waste time.

waste
savurganlık
waste
zayıflamak
waste
güçten düşürmek
waste
çarçur etmek
waste
çorak
waste
artık

Artık daha fazla zaman harcamayı göze alamam. - I can't afford to waste any more time.

Artık birbirimizin zamanını boşa harcamayalım. - Let's not waste any more of each other's time.

chronic wasting disease
Geyik ve elk'lerde görülen kronik zayıflama hastalığıdır
wast
idin
waste
{f} israf et

Bu kadar çok yiyeceği israf etmeyin. - Don't waste so much food.

Zamanını israf etmemelisin. - You should not waste your time.

waste
öldürmek
waste
{f} harcamak

Onu harcamak istemedim. - I didn't want to waste it.

Tom'la konuşarak vakit harcamak istemiyorum. - I don't want to waste time talking to Tom.

waste
çarçur

Bütün parasını kıyafetlerde çarçur eder. - She wastes all her money on clothing.

Tüm parasını kıyafetlere çarçur ediyor. - She wastes all of her money on clothes.

waste
terkedilmiş
waste
döküntü
waste
{f} harap etmek
waste
değer kaybı
waste
harap
waste
boşa harcanan
waste
kullanılmış
waste
{i} boşa harcama

McClellan zamanı boşa harcamadı. - McClellan wasted no time.

Zamanı boşa harcamamak için acele edelim. - Let's hurry so as not to waste time.

waste
heba etmek
waste
{s} kullanılmış, atılacak (kâğıt)
waste
tüketmek
waste
tükenmek
waste
ekilmemiş
waste
{i} ekilmemiş toprak
waste
iyi kullanmama
waste
bedenden çıkarılmış
waste
{f} aşınmak
waste
ifraz edilmiş
waste
değerlendirmeme
waste
boşa geçirmek
waste
{f} aşırı zayıflamak
waste
yeterinden fazla
waste
(Tekstil) artık, döküntü, telef
waste
atık,v.israf et: n.atık
waste
ıssı
waste
{s} viran, harap
waste
{s} ıssız
waste
{s} kasvetli
waste
hali
waste
beyaban
waste
{i} 1. ziyan etme, heder etme; ziyan, heder
waste
metruk arazi
waste
{f} öldürmek [amer.]
waste
heder

Tom tamamen heder olmuş. - Tom was totally wasted.

waste
{s} sıkıcı

O, akşamı sıkıcı ve ilgi çekmeyen, kısaca, bir zaman kaybı buldu. - She found the evening boring and uninteresting, in short, a waste of time.

waste
boş arazi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of waste
Referring to something that cause a waste, particularly a wasting disease which causes pronounced loss of body mass
Removal of excess bacteria that would cause settling problems If the bacteria produced throughout the day were not removed, they would build up to a point that the sludge could not settle and the effluent quality would be poor
{s} destroying, damaging; weakening, draining, exhausting; thinning
removing unwanted wood so as to approach the surface form or outline of a subject See levelling
A term depicting how an option's value decreases over time; as each day after acquisition passes a portion of the option's time value is lost or wasted
A wasting disease is one which makes you gradually become thinner and weaker
a decrease in size of an organ caused by disease or disuse
Loss of strength and weight
Causing waste; also, undergoing waste; diminishing; as, a wasting disease; a wasting fortune
When a child has a very low weight compared to other children of the same height (The technical definition is two standard deviations or more below the median weight for height of the reference population ) Wasting is an indicator of short-term or acute malnutrition
any general reduction in vitality and strength of body and mind resulting from a debilitating chronic disease
wasting disease
Generic description of a medical condition that causes pronounced loss of body mass

He suffered from a horrible wasting disease and lost 100 pounds in only two weeks.

wasting time
Present participle of waste time
wasting time
the deliberate act of wasting time instead of working
wasting asset
asset whose quantity diminishes over time
wasting asset
A fixed asset, such as a mine or an oil well, that diminishes in value over time
wasting away
a decrease in size of an organ caused by disease or disuse
wasting time
the deliberate act of wasting time instead of working
mass wasting
the movement downslope of soil and rock in response to gravity
waste
A vast expanse of water
waste
A decaying of the body by disease; wasting away
waste
Large abundance of something, especially without it being used
waste
Destruction or devastation caused by war or natural disasters; See "to lay waste"
waste
Rejected as being defective; eliminated as being worthless; produced in excess
waste
A waste land; an uninhabited desolate region; a wilderness
waste
Squander money or resources uselessly; spend time idly

We wasted millions of dollars and several years on that project.

waste
Excess of material, useless by-products or damaged, unsaleable products; garbage; rubbish
waste
A place that has been laid waste or destroyed
waste
To devastate or destroy
waste
Uncultivated, uninhabited

So whan Sir Galahad was departed frome the Castell of Maydyns he rode tyll he com to a waste forest .

waste
Barren; desert
waste
Excrement (animal waste, human waste)
waste
Use up, diminish, reduce by gradual loss; decay; emaciate

After he lost hope, he wasted away.

waste
A cause of action which may be brought by the owner of a future interest in property against the current owner of that property to prevent the current owner from degrading the value or character of the property, either intentionally or through neglect
waste
Gradually lose weight or weaken
wast
{v} second person singular
waste
{v} to spend, diminish, destroy, dwindle
waste
{a} desolate, wild, uncultivated, ruinated
waste
{n} desolate ground, a wanton destruction
mass wasting
(Or mass movement) Bulk movements of soil and rock debris down slopes, or the sinking of confined areas of the Earth's ground surface. The term mass wasting refers only to gravity-driven processes that move large masses of earthen material from one place to another. The term mass movement includes the sinking of confined areas
chronic wasting disease
a wildlife disease (akin to bovine spongiform encephalitis) that affects deer and elk
time-wasting
{i} (Sports) tactic of slowing down play close to the end of a match in order prevent the opposition from scoring; action or non-action that hold a play from continuing or starting again within a logical period of time
wast
(Archaic) was, second person singular past tense of the verb "be
wast
The second person singular of the verb be, in the indicative mood, imperfect tense; now used only in solemn or poetical style
wast
A second person singular past tense of be. thou wast you were (was)
wast
Second-person singular simple past tense indicative of be
waste
Surplus, obsolete, off-specification, contaminated or otherwise unneeded or unwanted material earmarked for disposal
waste
Desolate; devastated; stripped; bare; hence, dreary; dismal; gloomy; cheerless
waste
If something goes to waste, it remains unused or has to be thrown away. Mexican cookery is economical, she says. Nothing goes to waste
waste
Wastes are a large area of land, for example a desert, in which there are very few people, plants, or animals. the barren wastes of the Sahara. see also wasted
waste
A decaying of the body by disease
waste
Kill; murder
waste
spend thoughtlessly; throw away; "He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"; "You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree
waste
To be diminished; to lose bulk, substance, strength, value, or the like, gradually; to be consumed; to dwindle; to grow less
waste
Waste is material which has been used and is no longer wanted, for example because the valuable or useful part of it has been taken out. Congress passed a law that regulates the disposal of waste Up to 10 million tonnes of toxic wastes are produced every year in the UK. the process of eliminating body waste
waste
Uncultivated or unhabited; barren; desert
waste
Waste land is land, especially in or near a city, which is not used or looked after by anyone, and so is covered by wild plants and rubbish. Yarrow can be found growing wild in fields and on waste ground
waste
(law) reduction in the value of an estate caused by act or neglect any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
waste
Refuse or by-products that is perceived as useless, and must be consumed, left over, or thrown away
waste
If you waste an opportunity for something, you do not take advantage of it when it is available. Let's not waste an opportunity to see the children It was a wasted opportunity
waste
Spoil, destruction, or injury, done to houses, woods, fences, lands, etc
waste
(Ticaret) Any activity or process that does not add value to the goods or services required by the customer. Examples of waste include move time, counting inventory, inspection, the production of defective material, rework, etc. Waste is considered to cause increased cost, lead time and quality problems while not adding value, and may be created by vendors, personnel, equipment, incorrect process parameters and many other factors
waste
by a tenant for life or for years, to the prejudice of the heir, or of him in reversion or remainder
waste
A vaste expanse of water
waste
things left after cutting sheet layouts There are two types of waste in the Program: utilizable (waste pieces) and losses Waste pieces are saved in waste base and can be used in new projects as sheet
waste
1 Unwanted materials left over from a manufacturing process 2 Refuse from places of human or animal habitation
waste
cause to grow thin or weak; "The treatment emaciated him"
waste
Unfortunate; Disappointing
waste
A difficult-to-determine number, waste refers to the point at which it's no longer economically sound for a marketer to continue targeting a message at you For example, if an advertiser is looking for direct response and you've seen or heard their ad 40 times without buying, they might want to consider spending their money on a different customer Waste can also refer to extravagant media expenditures, like buying every ad on "Friends" for a month
waste
the volume of timber left on the harvested area that should have been removed in accordance with the minimum utilization standards in the cutting authority It forms part of the allowable annual cut for cut-control purposes
waste
Anything that is discarded, useless or unwanted; opposite of conserve, as in "to waste "
waste
get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
waste
Unwanted materials remaining from manufacturing processes, or refuse from humans and animals
waste
disposed of as useless; "waste paper"
waste
Rock which is not ore Usually referred to that rock which has to be removed during the normal course of mining in order to get at the ore
waste
get rid of; "We waste the dirty water by channeling it into the sewer"
waste
any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
waste
The medieval application of the term is much like its modern connotations, but it was used in a legal sense referring to land that was unoccupied, undeveloped or uncultivated As a result the land could not be the source of any tax or other revenue to its owner Borough governments were keen to obtain control (from the lord of the town) over wasteland within the town boundaries, since they could then a lease out plots of land The term was similarly applied to property that had been allowed to deteriorate, or had even been purposely damaged, so that its value (whether in terms of selling price or rentability) decreased
waste
To damage, impair, or injure, as an estate, voluntarily, or by suffering the buildings, fences, etc
waste
To wear away by degrees; to impair gradually; to diminish by constant loss; to use up; to consume; to spend; to wear out
waste
The abuse, destruction or permanent change to property by one who is merely in possesion of it as in the case of a tenant or a life tenant
waste
Any activity which utilizes equipment, materials, parts, space, employee time or other corporate resource beyond the minimum amount required for value-added operations to insure manufacturability These activities could include waiting, accumulating semi-processed parts, reloading, passing materials from one hand to the other and other non-productive processes The seven basic categories of waste which a business should strive to eliminate: overproduction, waiting for machines, transportation time, process time, excess inventory, excess motion and defects
waste
If you waste something such as time, money, or energy, you use too much of it doing something that is not important or necessary, or is unlikely to succeed. There could be many reasons and he was not going to waste time speculating on them I resolved not to waste money on a hotel The system wastes a large amount of water. Waste is also a noun. It is a waste of time going to the doctor with most mild complaints I think that is a total waste of money
waste
{s} useless, leftover, unused; pertaining to rubbish; pertaining to animal waste; desolate, barren; desert; destroyed
waste
A waste land; an unhabited desolate region; a wilderness
waste
the trait of wasting resources; "a life characterized by thriftlessness and waste"; "the wastefulness of missed opportunities"
waste
Material derived by mechanical and chemical erosion from the land, carried by streams to the sea
waste
spend extravagantly; "waste not, want not"
waste
Any activity that consumes resources and produces no added value to the product or service a customer receives
waste
To procure or sustain a reduction of flesh; said of a jockey in preparation for a race, etc
waste
Materials and energy which have no further use and are released to the environment as a means of disposal
waste
an uninhabited wilderness that is worthless for cultivation; "the barrens of central Africa"; "the trackless wastes of the desert"
waste
lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief; "After her husband died, she just pined away"
waste
Devastate or destroy
waste
Specifically: Remnants of cops, or other refuse resulting from the working of cotton, wool, hemp, and the like, used for wiping machinery, absorbing oil in the axle boxes of railway cars, etc
waste
Superfluous; needless
waste
An improper use or an abuse of a property by a possessor who holds less than fee ownership, such as a tenant, life tenant, mortgagor or vendee Such waste ordinarily impairs the value of the land or the interest of the person holding the title or the reversionary rights
waste
to waste no time: see time
waste
spend thoughtlessly; throw away; "He wasted his inheritance on his insincere friends"; "You squandered the opportunity to get and advanced degree"
waste
To spend unnecessarily or carelessly; to employ prodigally; to expend without valuable result; to apply to useless purposes; to lavish vainly; to squander; to cause to be lost; to destroy by scattering or injury
waste
to go to decay
waste
The act of wasting, or the state of being wasted; a squandering; needless destruction; useless consumption or expenditure; devastation; loss without equivalent gain; gradual loss or decrease, by use, wear, or decay; as, a waste of property, time, labor, words, etc
waste
use inefficiently or inappropriately; "waste heat"; "waste a joke on an unappreciative audience"
waste
A large tract of uncultivated land
waste
act of squandering, as in: For the sake of our budget, we must cut down on waste in this office
waste
A disused mine or part of one
waste
(law) reduction in the value of an estate caused by act or neglect
waste
The action or progress of wasting; extravagant consumption or ineffectual use
waste
Gradual loss or decay
waste
unwanted materials left over from manufacturing or converting processes
waste
Waste is the use of money or other resources on things that do not need it. The packets are measured to reduce waste I hate waste
waste
{f} squander, misspend, misemploy; throw away; destroy, spoil; weaken, impoverish; consume; dwindle away; wither; murder (Slang)
waste
devastate or ravage; "The enemy lay waste to the countryside after the invasion"
waste
That which is of no value; worthless remnants; refuse
waste
Old or abandoned workings, whether left as vacant space or filled with refuse
waste
1 Unwanted materials left over from a manufacturing process 2 Refuse from places of human or animal habitation Source: US EPA
waste
Lost for want of occupiers or use; superfluous
waste
{i} squandering, misuse, disuse; destruction, ruin, loss; desolation, wasteland; desert; refuse, rubbish, garbage; sewage
waste
An output with no marketable value that is discharged to the environment Normally the term "waste" refers to solid or liquid materials
waste
The extravagant careless, or needless expenditure of Government funds, or the consumption of Government property that results from deficient practices, systems, controls, or decisions The term also includes improper practices not involving prosecutable fraud Top
waste
Destruction or devastation caused by war or natural disasters
waste
Lying unused; unproductive; worthless; valueless; refuse; rejected; as, waste land; waste paper
waste
To bring to ruin; to devastate; to desolate; to destroy
waste
Generally, (1) unwanted materials left over from a manufacturing process, or (2) refuse from places where humans and animals live
waste
useless or profitless activity; using or expending or consuming thoughtlessly or carelessly; "if the effort brings no compensating gain it is a waste"; "mindless dissipation of natural resources"
waste
Allowing or causing a property to suffer damage or undue wear and tear to the detriment of another person who has an interest in or claim to the property
waste
(1) to use, consume, or expend thoughtlessly or carelessly, use to no avail, squander; (2) a place, region, or land that is uninhabited or uncultivated, a desert or wilderness; (3) any useless or worthless by-product of a process or the like, refuse or excess material; (4) something that escapes without being used, such as steam; (5) garbage, trash; (6) regarded or discarded as worthless or useless; (7) used as a conveyance or container for refuse as in 'waste can'; (8) excreted from the body as useless
waste
run off as waste; "The water wastes back into the ocean"
waste
The extravagant, careless, or needless expenditure of Air Force funds or the consumption of Air Force property that results from deficient practices, system controls, or decisions The term also includes improper practices not involving prosecutable fraud NOTE: Consider wartime and emergency operations when explaining possible waste Fore example, legitimate stockpiles and reserves for wartime needs, which may appear redundant and costly, are not considered waste
waste
That which is wasted or desolate; a devastated, uncultivated, or wild country; a deserted region; an unoccupied or unemployed space; a dreary void; a desert; a wilderness
waste
High-level waste (HLW) is highly radioactive material arising from nuclear fission It is recovered from reprocessing spent fuel, though some countries regard spent fuel itself as HLW and plan to dispose of it in that form It requires very careful handling, storage and disposal
waste
located in a dismal or remote area; desolate; "a desert island"; "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; "a wild stretch of land"; "waste places"
waste
waste away; "Political prisoners are wasting away in many prisons all over the world"
wasting time
dilatory
wasting time
poky
wasting time
laggard
wasting time
pokey
wasting

    Heceleme

    wast·ing

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    weystîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwāstəɴɢ/ /ˈweɪstɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old North French waster, from Latin vastare, from vastus desolate, waste.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

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