English - Turkish

  1. sözlük
  2. ansiklopedik sözlük
  3. sözlük anlamı
  4. kamus
  5. sözlük, lügat isim
  6. lugat

English - English

  1. An associative array, a data structure where each value is referenced by a particular key, analogous to words and definitions in a physical dictionary
  2. A reference work with a list of words from one or more languages, normally ordered alphabetically and explaining each word's meaning and sometimes containing information on its etymology, usage, translations, and other data
  3. reference source that includes an alphabetical list of terms with their definitions; reference source which provides information on a given list of terms (i.e. translations, meanings, spelling, pronunciation, etc.), wordbook; list of items with corresponding information used for reference; terminology isim
  4. A book of words in a language, arranged alphabetically, which provides information about spelling, meaning, etymology (origins), function, pronunciation, etc
  5. a collection of item definitions A standardised dictionary collects the concepts names, representation and coding necessary for electronic data interchange
  6. Description of data dictionary tables and views
  7. "A malevolent literary device for cramping the growth of a language and making it hard and inelastic This dictionary, however, is a most useful work " [DD]
  8. another term for category system A dictionary consists of all search patterns that form the categories Sometimes the term dictionary is also used in the sense of a word list
  9. Hence, a book containing the words belonging to any system or province of knowledge, arranged alphabetically; as, a dictionary of medicine or of botany; a biographical dictionary
  10. A book containing words, alphabetically arranged with information about their meanings May also contain information about the form, pronunciation, and etymology (history) of words or terms Can be general or specialized
  11. A publication, usually in the form of a book, which gives an ordered list (normally alphabetically) of words, normally explaining their meaning and sometimes containing information on etymology, usage, translations and other items related to the word. Some dictionaries list the words of more than one language and/or give translations in more than one language
  12. wordbook isim
  13. modules
  14. word book isim
  15. classes
  16. german
  17. Word uses two kinds of dictionaries in tandem: a main dictionary and a custom dictionary The main dictionary cannot be altered You can add words to your custom dictionary
  18. french
  19. A book containing the words of a language, arranged alphabetically, with explanations of their meanings; a lexicon; a vocabulary; a wordbook
  20. means a work that explains, in alphabetical order, the meaning of words of a single language A dual language dictionary (for example French-English) translates the words of one language to another
  21. A book containing words of a particular language arranged alphabetically with their meanings, pronunciations, etymologies, and so on
  22. A book which defines the terms of a language, profession, discipline, or specialized area of knowledge The terms are arranged in alphabetical order Usually, a language dictionary will give the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of each word A dictionary of the words and terms of a restricted field of knowledge gives only the meanings ABRIDGED DICTIONARIES limit themselves to the most commonly used words UNABRIDGED DICTIONARIES aim at a much higher level of completeness
  23. A reference book containing words alphabetically arranged along with information about their forms, pronunciations, functions, etymologies, meanings, and syntactical and idiomatic uses
  24. The server can handle several distinct dictionaries You can select specific dictionaries or ask the server to search in all dictionaries or until matches or definitions are found To search in all dictionaries the special name * is used, the special name ! requests to search until definitions are found For more details please take a look at the standards definition
  25. A book composed of an alphabetical listing of words with their meanings There are general dictionaries of English and other languages and specialized subject dictionaries in fields such as business, law, medicine, etc
  26. A dictionary is a book in which the words and phrases of a language are listed alphabetically, together with their meanings or their translations in another language. a Welsh-English dictionary. Reference work that lists words, usually in alphabetical order, and gives their meanings and often other information such as pronunciations, etymologies, and variant spellings. The earliest dictionaries, such as those created by Greeks of the 1st century AD, emphasized changes that had occurred in the meanings of words over time. The close juxtaposition of languages in Europe led to the appearance, from the early Middle Ages on, of many bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. The movement to produce an English dictionary was partly prompted by a desire for wider literacy, so that common people could read Scripture, and partly by a frustration that no regularity in spelling existed in the language. The first purely English dictionary was Robert Cawdrey's A Table Alphabetical (1604), treating some 3,000 words. In 1746-47 Samuel Johnson undertook the most ambitious English dictionary to that time, a list of 43,500 words. Noah Webster's dictionary of Americanisms in the early 19th century sprang from a recognition of the changes and variations within language. The immense Oxford English Dictionary was begun in the late 19th century. Today there are various levels of dictionaries, general-purpose dictionaries being most common. Modern lexicographers (dictionary makers) describe current and past language but rarely prescribe its use
  27. a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them
  28. A source which provides word or term definitions and correct grammatical usage Dictionaries may be either general or subject specific
  29. A book which gives the pronunciation and meaning of words An unabridged dictionary is comprehensive in scope and gives more complete information An abridged dictionary is narrow and provides less complete information
  30. List for words and their definitions -- address and parameters Almost the entire Forth program is contained within the dictionary
  31. The level of the file system used to contain the attribute defining items for use in ACCESS sentences, as well as to define the actual location of the data section for a file via its data definition item, commonly called its D- pointer Dictionaries are hardly ever used by PICK/BASIC programs, although they are capable of being used through the EXECUTE statement
  32. A reference source that provides meanings of words and other information Specialized dictionaries ( foreign languages, fields of study ) are also available
  33. A book explaining the words of a language, arranged in alphabetical order; it gives the correct spelling, pronunciation and meaning of each word
  34. a book containing words alphabetically arranged along with information about their form, pronunciation, functions, etymologies and meanings
  35. An alphabetical listing of words with their meanings, spellings, variant forms, pronunciation, etymology, synonyms, antonyms, usage examples, etc , usually in a single language In the translation/localization industry, it often refers simply to a bilingual or multilingual list of terms and their translated counterparts
  36. Source that provides word definition and correct grammatical usage Dictionaries may be either general or subject specific
  37. A book or database, arranged alphabetically, that provides the meanings of words in a language or field of knowledge
  38. plural of dictionary dictionaries
  39. A hierarchical organization, similar to the organization of directories and subdirectories, of data structure definitions in the CDD/Repository See also CDD/Repository dictionaries


About This Word

    Pronunciation /ˈdəksʜəˌnerē/ /ˈdɪkʃəˌnɛriː/
    Etymology [ dik-sh&-"ner-E ] (noun.) 1526. Medieval Latin dictionarium from Latin dictionarius from dictio (“speaking”) from dictus, perfect past participle of dīcō (“speak”) + -arium (“room, place”).
    Synonyms concordance, cyclopedia, encyclopedia, glossary, language, lexicon, palaver, promptory, reference, terminology, vocabulary, wordbook
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