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İngilizce - Türkçe
hava

Hava sıcaktı. Ve hava oldukça nemliydi. - The weather was hot. And pretty humid.

Hava hakkında konuşmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to talk about the weather.

hava durumu

Yarın için hava durumu nasıl? - What's the weather forecast for tomorrow?

Yarın için hava durumu iyi değil. - The weather outlook for tomorrow is not good.

şart

Maraton organizatörleri, hava şartları gözetilmeksizin, organizasyonun devam edeceğini söyledi. - The organisers of the marathon said that the event would go ahead, regardless of the weather conditions.

Kötü hava şartları nedeniyle oyun iptal edildi. - Due to the bad weather, the game was called off.

{f} (güçlük, tehlike v.b.'ni) atlatmak/savuşturmak
hava tesirlerine karşı dayanmak
havaya göstermek
yalpalamak
weatheringhava etkisiyle meydana gelen değişiklik
solmak
çatlatmak
hava etkisi
rahatsız

Sıcak havadan rahatsız olmam. - I don't mind hot weather.

rengini değiştirmek
tehlikeyi bertaraf etmek
hava etkisine tutmak
fırtına

Onun bu fırtınalı havada dışarı çıkması için deli olması gerekir. - He must be crazy to go out in this stormy weather.

Bu fırtınalı havanın devam etmeyeceğini umuyorum. - I hope this stormy weather won't go on.

(Tekstil) 1. hava 2. hava etkisine tutmak
meyil vermek
{f} kurutmak
rüzgar istikametinden geçmek
hava tesiriyle değişmek
(Askeri) (VAT B) HAVA RAPORU ÖZETİ: Aşağıdaki hususlara yer veren özet hava raporu
{f} havalandırmak
(Askeri) meteoroloji X
{f} rengi solmak
{f} güneş, yağmur
{f} (güneş, yağmur v.b.) soldurmak/aşındırmak
yön

Havadan dolayı yönümüzü değiştirdik. - We were rerouted because of weather.

hasta
den geçmek
havasin
weather forecast
hava durumu

Hava durumu tahmini mutlaka güvenilir değildir. - The weather forecast is not necessarily reliable.

Hava durumu yarın daha soğuk olacağını söylüyor. - The weather forecast says it will be cooler tomorrow.

weather condition
havadurumu
weather prophet
meteoroloji uzmanı
weather the storm
(deyim) zorluklarin hakkindan gelmek,krizi atlatmak
weather forecast
hava tahmin raporu
weather helm
(Askeri) orsaya kaçmak
weather insurance
(Ticaret) hava sigortası
weather side
(Askeri) rüzgar üstü
weather side
(Askeri) rüzgar tarafı
weather station
(Meteoroloji) hava istasyonu
weather stripped
hava yalıtımı yapılmış
weather vane
rüzgar fırıldağı
weather beaten
fırtınayla hırpalanmış
weather chart
hava haritası
weather forecast
{f} hava tahmini yap
weather forecaster
hava tahmincisi
weather map
hava haritası
weather sheet
yelken ipi
weather side
rüzgara maruz taraf
weather station
meteoroloji istasyonu
weather strip
{f} pencere yalıtımı yap
weather strip
{i} kapı pencere süngeri
weather stripping
kapı pencere yalıtımı
weather a point
Bir nokta hava
weather associated with a storm
hava bir fırtına ile ilişkili
weather balloon
hava balonu
weather beaten
yanık ve kırış kırış (yüz)
weather beaten
her türlü kötü hava şartlarına maruz kalmış, fırtına yemiş
weather boarding
yalı baskısı
weather box
hava kutusu
weather bureau
metoroloji dairesi
weather deck
(Denizcilik) Açık güverte, rüşvet güverte
weather forecast.
hava tahmini
weather forecaster
hava tahminci
weather forecasting
hava tahmini
weather girl
hava kız
weather house
hava ev
weather out
hava dışarı
weather outlook announcer
hava görünüm spiker
weather pattern
hava düzeni
weather radar
hava radar
weather resistant
hava geçirmez
weather ship
hava gemisi
weather signal
hava sinyali
weather strip/stripping
pencere bandı, tecrit şeridi
weather stripping
hava sıyırma
weather sytems interface csci
hava sistemlerinde csci arabirimi
weather the storm
Fırtınayı
weather vane
fırıldak
weather vane in the shape of a cock
Bir horoz şeklindeki fırıldak
weather vanes
hava kanatları
weather working day
(Denizcilik) Yükleme/boşaltma limanlarındaki rutin çalışma saatlerine göre hava koşullarının elverişli olması koşulu ile staryadan sayılan zaman
weather working day
(Denizcilik) The term ”weather working days” often forms part of the definition of laytime . Although the meaning should, at first glance, be straightforward, it continues to be a source for dispute: The intention iş that where weather conditions make it impossible to load or discharge, then that day (or period of a day) should not count as laytime
weather, endure
hava, tahammül
weather-beaten
sertleşmiş
weather-proof
hava geçirmez
weathering
kötü havadan aşınma
weather forecast
hava tahmini
weathering
(isim) kötü havadan aşınma
weather forecast
hava durumu (hava tahmini)
weathered
{f} hava etkisine uğra
weathered
hava etkisine uğra(mak)
weathered
yıpranmış
weathers
havalarda
weather forecast
hava raporu
weather forecast
(Askeri) HAVA TAHMİNİ: Belirli bir süre içinde bir noktada, bir hat boyunca veya bir bölgedeki hava koşullarının tahmini. Bu tahminler üç türlüdür: (1) Uzun vadeli (long range) hava şartlarının 48 saatten fazla bir süre içinde alacağı şeklin önceden tahmini. (2) Orta vadeli (medium range) Hava şartlarının 12 ila 48 saatlik bir süre içinde alacağı şeklin önceden tahmini. (3) Kısa vadeli (short range) Hava şartlarının ortalama 12 saatlik bir süre için alacağı şeklin önceden tahmini
weathered
weathered in hava muhalefeti yüzünden kapalı
weathering
ayrışma
weathering
bozunma
İngilizce - İngilizce
To pass to windward in a vessel, especially to beat 'round
A situation
Unpleasant or destructive atmospheric conditions, and its effects

Wooden garden furniture must be well oiled as it is continuously exposed to weather.

The direction from which the wind is blowing; used attributively to indicate the windward side

One complained of a bad cold in his head, upon which Jonah mixed him a pitch-like potion of gin and molasses, which he swore was a sovereign cure for all colds and catarrhs whatsoever, never mind of how long standing, or whether caught off the coast of Labrador, or on the weather side of an ice-island.

To endure or survive an event or action without undue damage

Joshua weathered a collision with a freighter near South Africa.

The short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, humidity, cloud cover, precipitation, wind, etc
To expose to the weather, or show the effects of such exposure, or to withstand such effects
{n} a state of the air, tempest, storm
If you say that you are under the weather, you mean that you feel slightly ill. I was still feeling a bit under the weather. = unwell. State of the atmosphere at a particular place during a short period of time. It involves day-to-day changes in such atmospheric phenomena as temperature, humidity, precipitation (type and amount), air pressure, wind, and cloud cover. Most weather occurs in the troposphere, but phenomena of the higher regions of the atmosphere, such as jet streams, and geographic features, most notably mountains and large bodies of water, also affect it. See also climate
The condition of the atmosphere at a given time and place, especially regarding temperature, moisture, cloudiness, etc
The state of the atmosphere at a definite time and place with respect to air temperature, humidity, wind, precipitation, cloudiness, etc "Climate" is long-term and generalizes trends or types
The state of the atmosphere, mainly with respect to its effects upon life and human activities As distinguished from climate, weather consists of the short-term (minutes to months) variations of the atmosphere
sail to the windward of cause to slope face or endure with courage; "She braved the elements
the meteorological conditions: temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation; "they were hoping for good weather"; "every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception"
To expose to the air; to air; to season by exposure to air
The state of the atmosphere at a specific time and with respect to its effect on life and human activities It is the short term variations of the atmosphere, as opposed to the long term, or climatic, changes It is often referred to in terms of brightness, cloudiness, humidity, precipitation, temperature, visibility, and wind
A light rain; a shower
state or condition of the atmosphere with respect to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, and clearness or cloudiness for a certain period of time
change under the action or influence of the weather; "A weathered old hut"
the state of the atmosphere with respect to wind, temperature, cloudiness, moisture, pressure, etc
towards the side exposed to wind
A physical state of the atmosphere at a given time and place
sail to the windward of
the conditions of the atmosphere at a certain time and place Includes temperature, humidity, wind, clouds, and precipitation
The instantaneous state of the global atmosphere-ocean-cryosphere system (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
Storm; tempest
The state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place
If you weather a difficult time or a difficult situation, you survive it and are able to continue normally after it has passed or ended. The government has weathered its worst political crisis. to weather the storm: see storm
the short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, humidity, cloud coverage and fall of precipitation, wind, etc
the state of the atmosphere at a given time This includes temperature, humidity, cloud cover, precipitation type, and presence of aerosols
condition of the atmosphere at a certain time and a certain place
temperature, precipitation, and wind speed and direction that occur on a daily basis
If something such as wood or rock weathers or is weathered, it changes colour or shape as a result of the wind, sun, rain, or cold. Unpainted wooden furniture weathers to a grey colour This rock has been weathered and eroded. + weathered weath·ered The facade of the building was a little weathered The man had a worn, weathered face. = weather-beaten
disapproval If you say that someone is making heavy weather of a task, you are critical of them because they are doing it in an inefficient way and are making it seem more difficult than it really is. Some of the riders in this section made heavy weather of the cross-country race
windward
{i} atmospheric conditions; stormy weather; vicissitudes of fate
The result of unequal heating of the earth's atmosphere, as a function of terrain, latitude, time of year and other secondary factors
To undergo or endure the action of the atmosphere; to suffer meteorological influences; sometimes, to wear away, or alter, under atmospheric influences; to suffer waste by weather
The state of the air or atmosphere with respect to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, clearness or cloudiness, or any other meteorological phenomena; meteorological condition of the atmosphere; as, warm weather; cold weather; wet weather; dry weather, etc
To sail or pass to the windward of; as, to weather a cape; to weather another ship
Weather is the day-to-day changes of the atmosphere We experience it as wet or dry, warm or cold, windy or calm
of, or relating to weather
{s} used in weather forecasting; (Nautical) in the direction of the wind
To pass to windward in a vessel, especially to beat round
Meteorological term meaning the condition of the atmosphere at a particular time or area with respect to temperature, moisture, cloud cover, and wind velocity
{f} expose to atmospheric conditions; become worn by exposure to the weather; overcome, stand; to pass to the windward of a point (Sailing)
Description of the physical conditions of the atmosphere (moisture, temperature, pressure, and wind)
- State or condition of the atmosphere with respect to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, and clearness or cloudiness for a certain period of time
Hence, to sustain the trying effect of; to bear up against and overcome; to sustain; to endure; to resist; as, to weather the storm
The weather is the condition of the atmosphere in one area at a particular time, for example if it is raining, hot, or windy. The weather was bad I like cold weather Fishing is possible in virtually any weather. the weather conditions
The short-term nature of the atmosphere We describe the weather in terms of the sunshine, rain, wind, cloud, temperature, fog, etc
Vicissitude of season; meteorological change; alternation of the state of the air
Being toward the wind, or windward opposed to lee; as, weather bow, weather braces, weather gauge, weather lifts, weather quarter, weather shrouds, etc
The state of the atmosphere, mainly with respect to its effects upon life and human activities; as distinguished from climate, weather consists of the short-term (minutes to days) variations of atmospheric conditions
To place (a hawk) unhooded in the open air
The state of the atmosphere, mainly with respect to its effects upon life and human activities. As distinguished from climate, weather consists of the short-term (minutes to months) variations of the atmosphere. Popularly, weather is thought of in terms of temperature, humidity, precipitation, cloudiness, brightness, visibility, and wind
Conditions of the atmosphere at a certain time at a location
face or endure with courage; "She braved the elements"
Weather is the specific condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time It is measured in terms of such things as wind, temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, cloudiness, and precipitation In most places, weather can change from hour-to-hour, day-to-day, and season-to-season Climate is the average of weather over time and space A simple way of remembering the difference is that 'climate' is what you expect (e g , cold winters) and 'weather' is what you get (e g , a blizzard)
cause to slope
wx
weder
weather balloon
a balloon that carries meteorological instruments aloft in order to measure, record and return data concerning atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity
weather balloons
plural form of weather balloon
weather chart
a weather map
weather deck
A deck having no overhead protection; uppermost deck. (FM 55-501)
weather eye
A device for monitoring the weather
weather eye
An ability to predict short-term weather
weather eye
An ability to detect undercurrents and subtleties in a situation
weather forecast
A prediction of future weather, often for a specific locality, in a newspaper or on the radio or television

It may be sunny today, but the weather forecast is predicting rain for tomorrow.

weather forecasters
plural form of weather forecaster
weather forecasting
The science of using meteorology to predict future weather
weather forecasts
plural form of weather forecast
weather front
The boundary between two masses of air of different density and/or temperature
weather fronts
plural form of weather front
weather gage
Alternative spelling of weather gauge
weather gauge
An advantageous position of one sailing vessel with respect to another, because of the direction of the prevailing wind, that allows it to maneuver for an attack etc
weather map
a map that shows the analysis of meteorological quantities at various levels of the atmosphere
weather report
A description, especially one prepared by a governmental or other authority, of past and/or present and/or forecasted meteorological conditions for a particular geographical area

I remember a holiday of mine being completely ruined one late autumn by our paying attention to the weather report of the local newspaper.

weather reports
plural form of weather report
weather shore
A protection, creating a relative calm
weather shore
A shore to weather or windward, placing the vessel in the lee of the land
weather shores
plural form of weather shore
weather speak
meteorological jargon
weather speak
phatic conversation about the weather
weather the storm
To reach the end of a very difficult situation without too much harm or damage

Do you think you can weather the storm, or will you just sell your house now?.

weather vane
A mechanical device rotating around one axis and attached to an elevated object such as a roof for showing the direction of the wind
weather vanes
plural form of weather vane
weather-beaten
Beaten or harassed by the weather; worn or damaged by exposure to the weather or the outdoors, especially to severe weather
weather-bound
delayed or prevented from doing some task because of bad weather
weather-gauge
Attributive form of weather gauge, noun
weather-wise
Skilled in predicting changes in the weather
weather-wise
With respect to weather
weather-wise
Skilled in predicting changes in conditions, such as of public opinion
weathered
Simple past tense and past participle of weather
weathered
worn by weather; as of rocks, stone, etc
weathering
Present participle of weather
weathering
Mechanical or chemical breaking down of rocks in situ by weather or other causes
Weather forecast
hava durumu
weather forecast
n an estimation of the coming weather, generally given within the following few days or weeks
weather forecast
outlook on the weather
weather forecast
A weather forecast is a statement saying what the weather will be like the next day or for the next few days
weather forecast
A weather forecast is a deterministic or probabilistic forecast of the state of the atmosphere with lead-time of an hour up through 10 days Because of the chaotic nature of the atmosphere no skillful prediction of the exact state of the atmosphere can be made with lead-time of more than two weeks
weather forecast
a forecast of the weather
weather forecast
A prediction of weather conditions expected at a place, within an area, or along a route for a specified time or during a specified period
weathered
which has withstood exposure to the elements
weathered
past of weather
weathered
Made sloping, so as to throw off water; as, a weathered cornice or window sill
weathered
Having the surface altered in color, texture, or composition, or the edges rounded off by exposure to the elements
weathered
which has withstood some trial or hardship
weathered
{s} damaged or worn by exposure to the weather; weatherworn, faded or discolored due to exposure to weather; weather beaten; sloped to allow water to run off (Construction)
weathered
worn by exposure to the weather; "a house of weathered shingles"
weathering
The mechanical or chemical disintegration and discoloration of the surface of wood that is caused by exposure to light, the action of dust and sand carried by winds, and the alternate shrinking and swelling of the surface fibers with continual variation in moisture content brought by changes in the weather Weathering does not include decay
weathering
The process by which rocks are broken down in place by physical, chemical and biological processes
weathering
- The disintegration and breakdown of rocks at or near the earth's surface
weathering
The processes by which rocks are chemically altered or physically broken into fragments as a result of exposure to atmospheric agents and the pressures and temperatures at or near Earth's surface, with little or no transportation of the loosened or altered materials
weathering
{i} effect of weather; process by which exposed rock is disintegrated and decomposed by atmospheric agents or water (Geology); material used for weather strip
weathering
The decay and breakup of rocks on the earth's surface by natural chemical and mechanical processes The mechanical action includes large changes of temperature, extreme temperatures, frost, or the impact of wind borne sand or water Chemical action includes the chemical reactions between atmospheric constituents in a moist environments or in rain water Biological agents are mainly fungi which attack organic material
weathering
The change in appearance of paint caused by exposure to the elements The physical disintegration and chemical decomposition of materials on exposure to atmospheric agents Also see natural weathering
weathering
The break down of rocks due to the action of the weather
weathering
the disintegration of rocks on the Earth's surface by the action of rain, frost, heat, wind, etc
weathering
Changes on the surface of glass caused by chemical reaction with the environment Weathering usually involves the leaching of alkali from the glass by water, leaving behind siliceous weathering products that are often laminar
weathering
The phyical and chemical change of rocks caused by weather
weathering
the in situ decomposition of bedrock through mechanical (such as freeze-thaw) and/or chemical (such as solution or hydrolysis) processes Breaking solid rock into small particles
weathering
all of the changes rocks go through at or near the Earth's surface
weathering
The chemical and physical alteration of materials exposed to the environment on or near the surface of a planetary body
weathering
The process by which exposure to atmospheric agents, such as air or moisture, causes rocks and minerals to break down This process takes place at or near the Earth's surface Weathering entails little or no movement of the material that it loosens from the rocks and minerals See also erosion
weathering
The mechanical or chemical disintegration and discoloration of the surface of wood It can be caused by exposure to light, the action of dust and sand carried by winds, and he alternate shrinking and swelling of the surface fibers that comes with the continual variation in moisture content brought by changes in the weather Weathering does not include decay
weathering
Physical, chemical or biological breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller sized particles
weathering
any of the chemical or mechanical processes by which rocks exposed to the weather undergo changes in character and break down - BACK>>
weathering
mechanical or chemical erosion of rocks due to weather
weathering
The breakdown of rocks and minerals at and below the Earth's surface by the action of physical and chemical processes
weathering
the physical and/or chemical break-up of solid rock on the earth's surface, producing loose debris
weathering
the chemical and physical breakdown of rack materials during exposure to air and water
weathering
All physical and chemical changes produced by atmospheric agents in rocks or other deposits at or near the earth's surface These changes result in disintegration and decomposition of the material
weathering
The group of processes, such as the chemical action of air and rain water and of plants and bacteria and the mechanical action of changes of temperature, whereby rocks, on exposure to the weather, change in character, decay, and finally crumble into soil The disappearance of substances from vegetation or soil through the action of wind and precipitation [S L Brown]
weathering
Physical disintegration and chemical decomposition of rocks, minerals, and immature soils at or near the Earth's surface. Physical, chemical, and biological processes induced or modified by wind, water, and climate cause the changes. Weathering is distinguished from erosion in that no transportation of material is involved. A broader application of erosion, however, includes weathering as a component. Weathering is also distinguished from metamorphism, which usually takes place deep in the crust at much higher temperatures and elevated pressures
weathering
The action of the elements on a rock in altering its color, texture, or composition, or in rounding off its edges
weathering
The physical break down and chemical modification of the geological materials exposed at the Earth's surface caused by the action of water, plants, microorganisms, physical abrasion and any of a number of other physical and chemical processes As a general rule, weathering reduces fertility by removing nutrients On the other hand, weathering improves a soil's physical properties
weathering
The destructive processes by which rocks are changed on exposure to atmospheric agents at the earth's surface
weathers
third-person singular of weather
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Weather forecast
hava durumu
weather