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Submitted by on 03 Ocak 2009 – 00:5322 Comments | 52.218 kez okunmuş.

Hepimiz hayatta bazı konularda kolaylıklar isteriz. Bunlardan biri de tek tek sözlüğe bakmaktansa, bizim yerimize topluca sözlüğe bakan siteler olsun yani, hadi bunu da yapmışken topluca çeviri yapsın isteriz. Türkiye’de evindeki gariban bilgisayarını server yapıp, onunla Türk halkına İngilizce çeviri kolaylığını sağlamıştır. Yani English to Turkish hizmeti….

Bu siteyi çoğumuz bilsede, bilmeyenimiz olabilir. İşte sitemizin adresi: hemencevir.com

Bazen siteye ulaşamazsanız anlayın ki, gariban emekli kitlendi, sahibi onu çalıştırmaya çalışıyor :) Bu bilgileri uydurmuyorum, sahibinin forumunda kendi klavyesinden söyledikleridir.

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22 Comments »

  • kalpsiz diyor ki:

    ben bu siteyi kullanıyodum ama öğretmenimiz çevirilerin yalış olduğunu cümlerin devrik lduğunu söyledi

  • kalpsiz diyor ki:

    başka çeviri yapabileceğim site ver mı

  • kalpsiz diyor ki:

    cevabınızı bekliorum

  • Ömer Faruk diyor ki:

    Ben başka bilmiyorum. Fakat şunu bilmelisin ki hiç bir makine mükemmel çeviri yapamaz. Senin gibi devrik olup olmadığını idrak edemez. Kendin çevir ya da çevirttir…

  • ertan kerim diyor ki:

    where are you from

  • selin diyor ki:

    bn bu sıteyı kullanmayı bılmıorum yha yardm etck kımse yokmu
    ingilizceyı turkceye cevıremıorm yardm edrmısınız

  • ırmak diyor ki:

    ya baska bildiginiz site varmı

  • Ömer Faruk diyor ki:

    Var, google.com.tr/translate

  • berna diyor ki:

    Neptune
    The blue clouds of Neptune are mostly frozen methane, the main chemical in natural gas — a fuel for heating and cooking on Earth. The other object shown is Neptune’s moon Triton. Image credit: NASA/JPL

    Neptune is one of the two planets that cannot be seen without a telescope. The other is Pluto. Neptune is about 30 times as far from the sun as is Earth. Pluto is the only planet farther from the sun than Neptune. But every 248 years Pluto moves inside Neptune’s orbit for about a 20-year period, during which it is closer to the sun than Neptune. Pluto last crossed Neptune’s orbit on Jan. 23, 1979, and remained within it until Feb. 11, 1999.

    Neptune’s diameter at the equator is 30,775 miles (49,528 kilometers), or almost 4 times that of Earth. It is about 17 times as massive (heavy) as Earth, but is not so dense as Earth. Neptune has 11 satellites (moons) and several rings around it.

    Neptune travels around the sun in an elliptical (oval-shaped) orbit. Its average distance from the sun is about 2,793,100,000 miles (4,495,060,000 kilometers). Neptune goes around the sun once about every 165 Earth years, compared with once a year for Earth. As Neptune orbits the sun, it spins on its axis, an imaginary line through its center. Neptune’s axis is not perpendicular (at an angle of 90 degrees) to the planet’s path around the sun. The axis tilts about 28 degrees from the perpendicular position. Neptune spins around once in about 16 hours and 7 minutes.

    Surface and atmosphere

    Scientists believe that Neptune is made up chiefly of hydrogen, helium, water, and silicates. Silicates are the minerals that make up most of Earth’s rocky crust, though Neptune does not have a solid surface like Earth. Thick clouds cover Neptune’s surface. Its interior begins with a region of heavily compressed gases. Deep in the interior, these gases blend into a liquid layer that surrounds the planet’s central core of rock and ice. The tilt of its axis causes the sun to heat the Neptune’s northern and southern halves alternately, resulting in seasons and temperature changes.

    Bright blue clouds that surround the planet Neptune consist mainly of frozen methane. Winds that carry these clouds may reach speeds up to 700 miles (1,100 kilometers) per hour. Image credit: NASA/JPL

    Neptune is surrounded by thick layers of clouds in rapid motion. Winds blow these clouds at speeds up to 700 miles (1,100 kilometers) per hour. The clouds farthest from Neptune’s surface consist mainly of frozen methane. Scientists believe that Neptune’s darker clouds, which lie below the clouds of methane, are composed of hydrogen sulfide.

    In 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft found that Neptune had a dark area made up of violently swirling masses of gas resembling a hurricane. This area, called the Great Dark Spot, was similar to the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. But in 1994, the Hubble Space Telescope found that the Great Dark Spot had vanished.

    The icy crust of Triton, Neptune’s largest satellite, has ridges and valleys that were revealed in photographs taken by the U.S. space probe Voyager 2. Image credit: NASA/JPL

    Satellites and rings

    Neptune has 11 known satellites. Triton, Neptune’s largest satellite, is about 1,681 miles (2,705 kilometers) in diameter and about 220,440 miles (354,760 kilometers) from Neptune. It is the only major satellite in the solar system that orbits in a direction opposite to that of its planet. Triton has a circular orbit and travels once around Neptune every six days. Triton may once have been a large comet that traveled around the sun. At some point, Neptune’s gravity probably captured the comet, and it became a satellite of Neptune. Scientists have discovered evidence that volcanoes on Triton once spewed a slushy mixture of water and ammonia. This mixture is now frozen on Triton’s surface. Triton has a surface temperature of -390 degrees F (-235 degrees C), the coldest known temperature in the solar system. Some volcanoes on Triton remain active, shooting crystals of nitrogen ice as high as 6 miles (10 kilometers) above the moon’s surface.

    In Neptune’s outermost ring, 39,000 miles (63,000 kilometers) from the planet, material mysteriously clumps into three bright, dense arcs. Image credit: NASA

    Neptune has three conspicuous rings and one faint ring. All of these rings are much fainter and darker than the rings of Saturn. They appear to consist of particles of dust. Neptune’s outer ring is unlike any other planetary ring in the solar system. It has three curved segments that are brighter and denser than the rest of the ring. Scientists do not know why the dust is spread unevenly in the ring.

    Discovery

    Neptune was discovered by means of mathematics before being seen through a telescope. Astronomers had noticed that Uranus, which they thought was the most distant planet, was not always in the position they predicted for it. The force of gravity of some unknown planet seemed to be influencing Uranus.

    In 1843, John C. Adams, a young English astronomer and mathematician, began working to find the location of the unknown planet. Adams predicted the planet would be about 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) farther from the sun than Uranus. He completed his remarkably accurate work in September 1845. Adams sent it to Sir George B. Airy, the Astronomer Royal of England. However, Airy did not look for the planet with a telescope. Apparently, he lacked confidence in Adams.

    Meanwhile, Urbain J. J. Leverrier, a young French mathematician unknown to Adams, began working on the project. By mid-1846, Leverrier also had predicted Neptune’s position. He sent his predictions, which were similar to those of Adams, to the Urania Observatory in Berlin, Germany. Johann G. Galle, the director of the observatory, had just charted the fixed stars in the area where the planet was believed to be. On Sept. 23, 1846, Galle and his assistant, Heinrich L. d’Arrest, found Neptune near the position predicted by Leverrier. Today, both Adams and Leverrier are credited with the discovery. The planet was named for Neptune, the Roman sea god. In August 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft provided the first close-up views of Neptune and most of its moons. The spacecraft also discovered the planet’s rings and six of its moons — Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Naiad, Proteus, and Thalassa.

    Contributor: Bradford A. Smith, Ph.D., Astronomer, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii.

    How to cite this article: To cite this article, World Book recommends the following format: Smith, Bradford A. “Neptune.” World Book Online Reference Center. 2004. World Book, Inc. http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Article?id=ar386900.

  • buğra diyor ki:

    Virgo (Aug 24 – Sep 22)

    Virgo Characteristics
    Virgo likes to attack back when confronted. Virgos need to receive a lot attention adoration and gratitude. Virgos are accurate competent and effective. They like rationality. Virgos like to help and solve problems quickly. They do not do it for compliments. Virgos are not wasteful. Being perfectionists they like order and cleanness in their home. Virgos change friends often. They have only a few real friends because they give very special values to friendship to which other people cannot commit. Virgo is ruled by Mercury. Virgos are very bright and educated. They are good scientists teachers analysts and planners.

  • werwer diyor ki:

    it isn’t always easy to have a true friend.there are some special qualities about a true friend.one of themis being honest.a true friend is honest they always listen to you and tell you what they really feel.another qualitiy is being reliable.a true friend is always there when you need them.for example,if you are in trouble you can phone your friend for help.a true frend is also has a good sense of humour.they make you lough.frendship is like a sensitive flower,so you should treat your friends and have fun?good times make great memories.

  • ferat diyor ki:

    come

  • muratyılmaz diyor ki:

    Honey,
    How are you today? Hope you are cool for me over there in your country.
    Darling i thank you in all you are doing to help me out of this suufering condition,
    please my love have you conutact the lowyer please my darling tell me i am not ok hear please do transfer the money so that i can meet you there i am tayed of staying in camp please my love see your lovely mail bye

  • Alper diyor ki:

    Aber alle wissen Sie Englisch Türkceyi Unutmusuz

    helal olsun bize
    türkcemize nekadarda cok sahip cikiyoruz

  • Alper diyor ki:

    arkadaslar türkce soruyor diger ingilizce bilen arkadaslarda yaziyorlar birseyler desinler bizler bir birimize yardim etmezsek kimse bize yardim etmez dusunup konusabilen konusup anlayan anlayip anladiklarini anlatan biz biz biz bizlere helal olsun diyorum cunku bizler dunyada tek iz onun icindirki herkes bizi sever ve bizden korkar cunku bizler saygili insanlariz hickimsinin ne dinine ne kulturune nede inanislarina karisiriz bizler ozgur insanlariz ve ozgurlugumuzu elimizden almak isteyenlere diyorumki saygilar ve sevgiler unutulmamaliki her insan yaptigi ile kalir kim olursa olsun her sey karsiliklidir hersey bir gun herkes yaptiginin karsligini alacaktir kalin saglicakala

  • Cümle Çeviri diyor ki:

    Bir de bu siteyi deneyin. http://www.ingilizce-turkce-ceviri.net Bu sitede yazdığınız metinleri sese de çevirebiliyorsunuz.

  • MuSTY diyor ki:

    come

  • mail diyor ki:

    ı from ELAZIĞ

  • semih diyor ki:

    merhaba çeviri nerede ben bulamadım

  • gizem diyor ki:

    waht is your name

  • dilşah diyor ki:

    robert how many students are there in your class

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