Yapıları dış etkilerden korumak amacıyla üzerlerine yapılan çoğu kiremit kaplı bölüm
Pencerenin önüne geçmiş, dalgın ve hiddetli nazarlarıyla karşıki damları seyrediyordu. E. E. Talu
Üzeri toprak kaplı ev, küçük ev, köy evi
Hekim kendisine üç ay, tam üç ay damdan dışarı çıkmaya izin vermemişti. N. Nâzım
At damında çocuğa çok iyi bir yer yapmıştı. H. E. Adıvar
Dansta kavalyenin eşi
Erkeklerin kimi damlarının elinden, kimi kolundan, kimi de hafifçe omzundan tutmuş, geliyorlardı. Ç. Altan
İskambil kâğıtlarında kız.
Tuzak. ağ, hile. (Osmanlıca'da yazılışı: dâm)
(C.: Dümu-Edmu) Helak olmak.
Female parent; used of beasts, especially of quadrupeds; sometimes applied in contempt to a human mother.
King or crowned piece in the game of draughts.
Firebrick wall, or a stone, which forms the front of the hearth of a blast furnace.
To obstruct or restrain the flow of, by a dam; to confine by constructing a dam, as a stream of water; generally used with in or up.
An artificial barrier or wall constructed across a watercourse or valley for one or more of the following purposes: creating a pond or lake for the storage of water; diverting water from a watercourse into a conduit or channel; creating a hydraulic head that can be used to generate power; improving river navigability; controlling floods; or retention of debris It may be constructed of wood, earth materials, rocks, or solid masonry.
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Structure built in rivers or estuaries, basically to separate water at both sides and/or to retain water at one side.
Barrier built across a watercourse to impound or divert water A barrier that obstructs, directs, retards, or stores the flow of water Usually built across a stream A structure built to hold back a flow of water Horsetooth Reservoir has four dams: Spring, Dixon and Soldier Canyon Dams and Horsetooth Dam.
Structure formed to hold water back, generally built near uncontaminated water collection sources in order to provide a drinking water supply to the surrounding communities.
Structure built to provide flood control, irrigation, and/or power generation Some have storage reservoirs Also see reservoir.
Structure of earth, rock or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir.
Any artificial barrier which impounds or diverts water The dam is generally hydrologically significant if it is: 1 25 feet or more in height from the natural bed of the stream and has a storage of at least 15 acre-feet 2 Or has an impounding capacity of 50 acre-feet or more and is at least six feet above the natural bed of the stream.
Structure built in RIVERS or estuaries, basically to separate water at both sides and/or to retain water at one side.
Structure built to hold back water Specific kinds of dams include:.
Structure of earth, rock concrete, or other materials designated to retain water, creating a pond, lake, or reservoir.
Barrier constructed across a valley for impounding water or creating a reservoir.
To shut up; to stop up; to close; to restrain.
Female parent of an animal especially domestic livestock a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea obstruct with, or as if with, a dam; 'dam the gorges of the Yangtse River'.
Barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea.
Metric unit of length equal to ten meters.
Female parent of an animal especially domestic livestock.
Obstruct with, or as if with, a dam; 'dam the gorges of the Yangtse River'.
Physical barrier constructed across a river or waterway to control the FLOW or raise the level water The purpose or construction may be for flood control, irrigation needs, hydropower, and/or recreation usage POWER dams raise the level of streams or rivers to create or concentrate HEAD for power purposes The reservoir has created, in effect, stored energy F - barrage S - represa.
Structure of earth, rock, or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir A barrier built, usually across a watercourse, for impounding or diverting the flow of water General types of dams include:.
Barrier built across a watercourse to impound or divert water.
Structure built to hold back water in order to prevent flooding, provide water for irrigation and storage, and to provide hydroelectric power.
Barrier of concrete or earth built across a river to create a body of water.
Structure of earth, rock, or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir.
Constructed barrier that would create a water storage reservoir or divert water.
Barrier constructed across a watercourse for the purpose of: creating a reservoir; diverting water into a conduit of channel; creating a head which can be used to generate power; and improving river navigability.
Man-made barrier built to hold back or control flowing water in a river or lake.
In a toilet bowl, the barrier built into the trapway that controls the water level in the toilet bowl.
Barrier made of any material, which stops the flow of rivers and streams.
Structure usually built on a river to create a lake by blocking the river's flow.