weightless

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hafif
ağırlıksız
(sıfat) ağırlıksız
weight
{f} ağırlık yapmak
weight
tartı

Birçok Avrupa mutfakları orada kuru malzemeler tartıldığından dolayı bir teraziye sahiptir, Amerika'da tam tersine onlar hacimle ölçülmektedir. - Many European kitchens have scales because dry ingredients are measured by weight there, unlike in America, where they are measured by volume.

weight
ağırlık

Tom ağırlık çalışması yapar. - Tom does weight training.

Çok fazla ağırlık kaldırırken kolunu incitti. - He hurt his arm lifting so much weight.

weight
{i} tartma
weight
{i} siklet
weight
gerilme gücü
weight
{i} sıkıntı
weight
itibar
weight
(Bilgisayar) tercih
weight
ağırlıklandırmak
weight
(Ticaret) çeki

Nesnelerin ağırlığının sebebi yer çekimidir. - Gravity causes objects to have weight.

O kilo vermede zorluk çekiyor. - He is having a hard time losing weight.

weight
yükletmek
weight
(Bilgisayar) kilo

Koşarak kilo vermeye çalışın. - Try to lose weight by jogging.

Son zamanlarda kilo aldım. - I've put on weight recently.

weight
(Bilgisayar) kalınlık
weight
dolgunluk vermek
weightlessness
önemsizlik
weightlessness
yer çekiminden kurtuluş
weight
önem

Onun fikirleri önemlidir. - His opinions carry weight.

Şekerli içeceklerin hiçbir besin değeri yoktur ve kilo almaya önemli ölçüde etki ederler. - Sugary drinks have no nutritional value and contribute significantly to weight gain.

weight
tartmak
weight
ölçmek
weight
ağırlaştırmak
weight
değer

Elbise, ağırlığınca altına değerdi. - The dress was worth its weight of gold.

Paraların değeri kullanılan metalin ağırlığına bağlıydı. - The value of the coins depended on the weight of the metal used.

weight
yük

Onun ağırlığı 50 kilograma yükseldi. - Her weight increased to 50 kilograms.

Kutu yükün ağırlığı nedeniyle düştü. - The box fell apart due to the weight of the load.

weight
üzerine ağırlık koymak
weight
{f} ağırlıkla

Tuz ağırlıkla satılmaktadır. - Salt is sold by weight.

Cüsselerine ve ağırlıklarına rağmen, su aygırları hızla yüzebilir. - Despite their bulk and weight, hippos can swim rapidly.

weight
halter

Tom ağır halterleri kaldırabilir. - Tom can lift heavy weights.

Tom bir halterci gibi görünüyordu. - Tom looked like a weight lifter.

weightlessness
hafiflik
weightlessness
(Tıp) Ağırlıksızlık, yer çekiminden kurtulma hali
weight
yüklemek
weight
gramajını artırmak
weight
gülle
weight
by weight tartıcarry weight it
weight
{f} yükle

Bu kutuya çok fala ağırlık yüklersen patlar. - If you load too much weight in this box, it's going to blow up.

weight
tesir
weight
{i} ağırlık, sıklet
weight
dirhem
weight
ağırlık vermek
weight
{i} etki

Şekerli içeceklerin hiçbir besin değeri yoktur ve kilo almaya önemli ölçüde etki ederler. - Sugary drinks have no nutritional value and contribute significantly to weight gain.

weight
ehemmiyet
weight
istatistik bağıl değer
weight
vezin
weight
(Nükleer Bilimler) tartım
weight
{i} nüfuz, itibar
weight
katmak
weight
ağır cisim
weight
(Tıp) Ağırlık, sıklet, tartı
weightlessly
hafif olarak
weightlessness
(Askeri) YER ÇEKİMİNDEN KURTULUŞ; AĞIRLIKSIZ: Ağırlık, sadece belirli bir cismin fiziksel kitlesi üzerindeki yerçekimi kuvvetini yenmek için gerekli kuvvetin bir ölçüsüdür. Yer çekimi kuvveti, bir cismin diğerini çekmesinden ileri gelen bir tacil (ivme) olduğuna göre ağırlıksız bir cisme diğer bir cisme nazaran, güç itibarı ile eşit ve istikamet bakımından zıt bir tacil verildiği zaman meydana gelecektir. Yörünge üzerindeki bir arz uydusunda, uydunun arz yüzeyine teğet olan hızı, arzın uydu üzerine uyguladığı kuvveti yenmek için tam gerekli olan miktarda kuvveti vermektedir
weightlessness
{i} ağırlıksızlık
weightlessness
(isim) ağırlıksızlık
İngilizce - İngilizce
which is not being affected by gravity
which has no weight
{a} light, unimportant, very trifling
having little or no weight or apparent gravitational pull; light; "floating freely in a weightless condition"; "a baby bat fluffy and weightless as a moth"; "jackets made of a weightless polyester fabric"
fluffy and weightless as a moth"; "jackets made of a weightless polyester fabric
Something that is weightless weighs nothing or seems to weigh nothing. Photons have no mass -- they are weightless. weightless silk curtains
{s} without weight, lacking weight
A person or object is weightless when they are in space and the earth's gravity does not affect them, so that they float around. Helen described life in a weightless environment during her period in space. something that is weightless seems to have no weight, especially when it is floating in space or water
having little or no weight or apparent gravitational pull; light; "floating freely in a weightless condition"; "a baby bat
Having no weight; imponderable; hence, light
weight
The relative thickness of a drawn rule or painted brushstroke, line weight
weight
The thickness and opacity of paint
weight
To load, burden or oppress someone
weight
To add weight to something, in order to make it heavier
weight
Mass (net weight, atomic weight, molecular weight, troy weight, carat weight, etc.)
weight
An object used to make something heavier
weight
The illusion of mass
weight
The force on an object due to the gravitational attraction between it and the Earth (or whatever astronomical object it is influenced by)
weight
To bias something; to slant
weight
Importance or influence

You surely are a man of some weight around here, I said.

weight
A standardized block of metal used in a balance to measure the mass of another object
weight
To handicap a horse with a specified weight
weight
To assign weights to individual statistics
weight
The boldness of a font; the relative thickness of its strokes
weightlessly
whilst weightless; without weight

The astronaut hung weightlessly in the capsule.

weightlessness
An experience or instance of being weightless
weightlessness
The state of being free from the effects of gravity
weight
{n} a mass by which bodies are weighed, heaviness of a thing, pressure, importance
weightlessness
Weightlessness, or an absence of 'weight', is in fact an absence of stress and strain resulting from externally applied forces, typically contact forces from floors, seats, beds, scales, and the like
Weight
poisure
Weight
wight
weight
To load (fabrics) as with barite, to increase the weight, etc
weight
an artifact that is heavy sports equipment used in calisthenic exercises and weightlifting; a weight that is not attached to anything and is raised and lowered by use of the hands and arms the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity the relative importance granted to something; "his opinion carries great weight"
weight
– the gravitational force exerted on an object by a planet
weight
the force of gravity acting on a body, equal to the mass of the body multiplied by the acceleration of gravity
weight
A person's or thing's weight is the fact that they are very heavy. Despite the vehicle's size and weight it is not difficult to drive
weight
If you pull your weight, you work as hard as everyone else who is involved in the same task or activity. He accused the team of not pulling their weight
weight
The strength of the gravitational force pulling down on an object
weight
Weights are objects which weigh a known amount and which people lift as a form of exercise. I was in the gym lifting weights
weight
{i} heaviness, amount something weighs; unit of weight or mass; object which weighs a given amount and is used in weightlifting; heavy physical load; mental burden, pressure; importance, influence
weight
A measure of how hard gravity is pulling on mass Your mass stays the same, but gravity pulls on you less on the Moon, so your weight would be less there
weight
The force on an object due to the gravitational attraction between it and the Earth
weight
{f} load with additional weight, add weight to; oppress, burden; regard, esteem; ascribe statistical weight to
weight
(w) Gravitational force, usually the earth's, acting on a body of mass, measured in newtons w=mg, where g is the acceleration of gravity (9 806m/s2) In everyday use, often synonymous with mass
weight
n a measure of the pull of gravity on a body
weight
See Weight of observations, under Weight
weight
ranges from 0 to 10 It measures how often a particular ad will appear with respect to other ads Note: it does NOT mean that if you put all weights at 10, you will have more impressions
weight
the force exerted on an object by gravity
weight
The gravitational force acting on a body at the Earth's surface
weight
Hence, pressure; burden; as, the weight of care or business
weight
Importance; power; influence; efficacy; consequence; moment; impressiveness; as, a consideration of vast weight
weight
If something is given a particular weight, it is given a particular value according to how important or significant it is. The scientists involved put different weight on the conclusions of different models = weighting
weight
wt
weight
In survey research, a number associated with a case or unit of analysis ; the weight is used as a measure of the relative significance of the variables of that case when making estimates for the entire population When a probability sample is used, there is often a chance that some elements of the population are under or over represented in the sample In order to allow more accurate estimates of a complete population, therefore, "weights" are assigned to each case and used to adjust the overall results to more closely conform to the total population
weight
If you give something or someone weight, you consider them to be very important or influential in a particular situation. Consumers generally place more weight on negative information than on the positive when deciding what to buy. see also weighting, dead weight
weight
The weight of a font is how thick (dark) the stems of the characters are Traditionally weight is named, but recently numbers have been applied to weights Thin 100 Extra-Light 200 Light 300 Normal 400 Medium 500 Demi-Bold 600 Bold 700 Heavy 800 Black 900 Nord Ultra
weight
You can refer to a heavy object as a weight, especially when you have to lift it. Straining to lift heavy weights can lead to a rise in blood pressure
weight
an oppressive feeling of heavy force; "bowed down by the weight of responsibility"
weight
If someone or something gives weight to what a person says, thinks, or does, they emphasize its significance. The fact that he is gone has given more weight to fears that he may try to launch a civil war
weight
Weights are metal objects which weigh a known amount and which are used on a set of scales to weigh other things
weight
A scale, or graduated standard, of heaviness; a mode of estimating weight; as, avoirdupois weight; troy weight; apothecaries' weight
weight
Describes the consistency of the wine, in a similar way to body The thicker and richer the wine feels in the mouth, the more weight it is said to have
weight
A variable which multiplies a value for ease of statistical manipulation
weight
the smallest cardinality of a base
weight
a system of units used to express the weight of something
weight
If you weight something, you make it heavier by adding something to it, for example in order to stop it from moving easily. It can be sewn into curtain hems to weight the curtain and so allow it to hang better
weight
Force of gravity on an object
weight
The resistance against which a machine acts, as opposed to the power which moves it
weight
Many karting classes mandate a minimum weight for kart and driver (combined), so you might have to add some extra weight to your kart Oftentimes lead weights are used, similar to the ones used by divers But people tend to be innovative here It is very important where you place these weights in order to get a good weight distribution, which will dramatically affect your handling Also, the weight should be securely mounted to the frame Don't forget that you yourself are also a weight See seat, handling
weight
a unit used to measure weight; "he placed two weights in the scale pan"
weight
In survey research, a number associated with a case or unit of analysis; the weight is used as a measure of the relative contribution of the variables of that case when making estimates for the entire population When a probability sample is used, there is often a chance that some elements of the population are under- or overrepresented in the sample In order to allow more accurate estimates of a complete population, "weights" are assigned to each case and used to adjust the overall results to conform more closely to the total population
weight
If you move your weight, you change position so that most of the pressure of your body is on a particular part of your body. He shifted his weight from one foot to the other He kept the weight from his left leg
weight
A disc of iron, dumbbell, or barbell used for training the muscles
weight
the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity
weight
If a person or their opinion carries weight, they are respected and are able to influence people. That argument no longer carries as much weight Senator Kerry carries considerable weight in Washington
weight
A measure of the gravitational force of attraction of the earth acting on an object
weight
The force that gravity exerts on a body of mass
weight
an artifact that is heavy
weight
Measured in ounces and is the overall weight of the bat when authenticated Bat weights may vary due to production variances, storage conditions, loss of wood, and added attributes -- such as nails, tape and/or leading
weight
The quantity of heaviness; comparative tendency to the center of the earth; the quantity of matter as estimated by the balance, or expressed numerically with reference to some standard unit; as, a mass of stone having the weight of five hundred pounds
weight
(statistics) a coefficient assigned to elements of a frequency distribution in order to represent their relative importance
weight
The gravitational force exerted on a body
weight
the relative importance granted to something; "his opinion carries great weight"
weight
sports equipment used in calisthenic exercises and weightlifting; a weight that is not attached to anything and is raised and lowered by use of the hands and arms
weight
a weight off your mind: see mind. Gravitational force of attraction on an object, caused by the presence of a massive second object, such as the Earth or Moon. It is a consequence of Isaac Newton's universal law of gravitation, which states that the force of attraction between two objects is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. For this reason, objects of greater mass weigh more on the surface of the Earth. On the other hand, an object's weight on the Moon is about one-sixth of its weight on Earth, even though its mass remains the same, because the Moon has less mass and a smaller radius than the Earth and therefore exerts less gravitational force. Weight W is the product of an object's mass m and the acceleration of gravity g at the location of the object, or W = mg. Since weight is a measure of force rather than mass, the units of weight in the International System of Units are newtons (N). In common usage, weight is measured by the gram in the metric system and by the ounce and pound in the U.S. and British systems. atomic weight equivalent weight combining weight formula weight molecular weight weight lifting weight training weights and measures
weight
present with a bias; "He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
weight
The relative darkness of the characters in the various typefaces within a type family Weight is indicated by relative terms such as thin, light, bold, extra-bold, and black
weight
A ponderous mass; something heavy; as, a clock weight; a paper weight
weight
A definite mass of iron, lead, brass, or other metal, to be used for ascertaining the weight of other bodies; as, an ounce weight
weight
The amount of attracting force (gravity) on an object due to another object, usually the Earth It is the mass of the object times the gravitational pull of the other object On Earth the gravitational pull is 9 8m/s²
weight
To assign a weight to; to express by a number the probable accuracy of, as an observation
weight
The downward force on an aircraft, which opposes lift, equal to the product of the mass of the aircraft and the local gravitational acceleration
weight
Gross: The weight of the goods including packing, wrappers, or containers, both internal and external The total weight as shipped Net: The weight of the goods themselves without the inclusion of any wrapper Tare: The weight of the packaging or container Weight/Measurement Ton: In many cases, a rate is shown per weight/measurement ton, carrier's option This means that the rate will be assessed on either a weight ton or measurement ton basis, whichever will yield the carrier the greater revenue Weight Ton: Metric measure equals 1000 Kilograms; in English measure a short ton is 2000 pounds, a long ton is 2240 pounds
weight
The weight of a object is the result of gravity pulling a mass toward earth When a balance has been calibrated using a known mass then any unknown mass placed upon the scale will have a weight proportional to the known mass The units gram and kilogram are often used to describe the weight of on object It is common for mass and weight to be used interchangeably A weight can also be any mass that is used, for example to put a weight on the scale
weight
If you weight things, you give them different values according to how important or significant they are. a computer program which weights the different transitions according to their likelihood This takes account of the number of countries in which a company wins approval for a new drug, weighted by the size of each country's market
weight
The weight of a person or thing is how heavy they are, measured in units such as kilograms, pounds, or tons. What is your height and weight? This reduced the weight of the load Turkeys can reach enormous weights of up to 50 pounds. If someone loses weight, they become lighter. If they gain weight or put on weight, they become heavier. I'm lucky really as I never put on weight He lost two stone in weight during his time there
weight
weight down with a load
weight
To load with a weight or weights; to load down; to make heavy; to attach weights to; as, to weight a horse or a jockey at a race; to weight a whip handle
weight
The quality of being heavy; that property of bodies by which they tend toward the center of the earth; the effect of gravitative force, especially when expressed in certain units or standards, as pounds, grams, etc
weight
emphasis If you say that someone or something is worth their weight in gold, you are emphasizing that they are so useful, helpful, or valuable that you feel you could not manage without them. Any successful manager is worth his weight in gold
weightlessly
whilst weightless
weightlessly
in a condition of having little or no apparent weight, in manner which is not affected by gravitation
weightlessness
{i} lack of weight, lack of gravity
weightlessness
condition wherein gravitational pull appears to be A lacking
weightlessness
condition wherein gravitational pull appears to be lacking
weightlessness
the property of being comparatively small in weight; "the lightness of balsa wood"
weightlessness
The condition experienced by an object in free fall The object appears to move without experiencing the force of gravity
weightlessness
– the condition that exist when an object is in free fall (the only force on the object is the gravity)
weightlessness
having little or no weight, especially because of being beyond the pull of gravity
weightlessness
A condition when an object is in free fall It does not mean that the object is completely out of the Earth's gravitational field
weightlessness
lacking apparent gravitational pull
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{k} wt
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