новообращенный ; перешедший из одной партии в другую;
превращать; обращать; обращать в другую веру; конвертировать; обращать в свою пользу; присваивать в свою пользу; переводить; реконструировать; переделывать; перестраивать; переходить на выпуск другой продукции
- The immense amount of solar energy which growing plants capture by photosynthesis and convert into chemical energy - some 30 BTOE per year or more than four times the world's yearly total commercial energy consumption - is a renewable source of energy which offers great potential.
- By means of photosynthesis, plants convert the radiant energy of the sun into chemical energy.
- These organisms, which could trap solar energy in a pigment, and then convert that solar energy into chemical energy, were self-perpetuating.
- First there is the problem of having to convert your sterling cash into the cheques in advance.
- Symmetry can be used to convert a unidimensional vector into a two or three dimensional truss.
- Already Fitch's new headquarters is reputedly worth the 13 million it cost to buy and convert.
- We prefer to convert customers a piece at a time.
- You can convert your garden into a butterfly haven by simply growing a small nettle patch and planting a few special flowers
- Unfortunately, we hear little about the role and inestimable value of leafcutters in channelling nutrients through tropical forests, as they convert leaves into rich humus.
- Above: Your attic may be the perfect place to convert to a bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
- Or they could convert their debt into new guaranteed bonds whose yield was just 6.5%.
- Their key player is the fly-half Matthew McCarthy, who opened their scoring against Ampleforth with a penalty, and went on to make and then convert a try by Neil Ryan.
- In the extreme, this can convert a geometric rectangle into a superellipse.