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Etymology: [ 'fAz ] (noun.) 1812. From New Latin phasis, from Ancient Greek φάσις (phásis, “an appearance”), from φάειν (phaein, “to shine”); compare phantasm and see face.
Synonyms: appearance, aspect, chapter, condition, development, facet, juncture, point, position, posture, stage, state, step, time
1 safha  isim
2 aşama  isim
3 faz  isim
4 evre
5 aşamalı olarak yapmak  fiil
6 fazl
7 faza
8 fazlı
9 bölge
10 kesim
11 durum  Biyokimya
12 süreç  Fizik
13 safhalarla gerçekleşmek
14 yürütülür program  Bilgisayar
15 merhale
16 değişik fazlar uygulamak
17 herhangi bir şeyi safhaları ile hazırlamak veya sunmak
18 (bir şeyi) evreler halinde hazırlamak/sunmak  fiil
19 elek. faz  isim
20 KRİPTO FASILASI:Kriptografide fasıla  Askeri
21 Safha, görünüş, faz phosis  Tıp
22 phase down yavaş yavaş azaltmak
23 phase in yavaş yavaş
24 ay veya diğer bir gezegenin değişik görünümlerinden her biri
25 görünüş
26 Heterojen bir sistemde mekanik usullerle birbirinden ayrılabline cisimlerin içinde bulundukları durum  Tıp
27 katman,safha  Nükleer Bilimler
28 fiz
29phases safhalar
30phasing evre uyumu
31phasing SAFHALAMA:Kıta, teçhizat ve ikmal maddelerinin bir program dahilinde ihtiyaç hissedilecek ve faaliyette bulunabilecekleri zamanda ve yerde, safha safha bir harekat bölgesine getirilmesi. Safhalama; özellikle amfibi ve hava indirme harekatının planlanma ve idaresinde kullanılır  Askeri
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32 Any one point or portion in a recurring series of changes, as in the changes of motion of one of the particles constituting a wave or vibration; one portion of a series of such changes, in distinction from a contrasted portion, as the portion on one side of a position of equilibrium, in contrast with that on the opposite side
33 The period of play between consecutive breakdowns
34 A particular appearance or state in a regularly recurring cycle of changes with respect to quantity of illumination or form, or the absence, of its enlightened disk; as, the phases of the moon or planets. Illustrated in Wikipedia's article Lunar phase
35 That which is exhibited to the eye; the appearance which anything manifests, especially any one among different and varying appearances of the same object
36 A distinguishable part of a sequence or cycle occurring over time
37 A haplotype
38 Any appearance or aspect of an object of mental apprehension or view - "The problem has many phases."
39 To discontinue (doing) something over a period of time (i.e., in phases)
40 To determine haplotypes in (data) when genotypes are known
41 Passover
42 To stun or shock someone
43 To become stunned or shocked
44 A relative quantity describing the time relationship between or among waves having identical frequency The complete wave cycle is divided into 360 equal parts, called degrees of phase
45 The apparent change in shape of the Moon and inferior planets as seen from Earth as they move in their orbits
46 The fractional part of the period of sine wave which has elapsed since the wave had the value of zero
47 One of the three normal states of matter, solid, liquid, or gas, depending on the level of organization between particles
48 The timing of AC current cycles in different wires 3-phase alternators produce current that is cyclically timed between 3 different wires and a common wire, while single phase produces it in only 1 wire and a common In a 3-phase alternator, wire #1 receives a voltage peak, then wire #2 receives a peak, then wire #3, and so on A diagram is an easier way to explain phase, check out Windstuffnow com's 3-Phase and 1-Phase Basics page for detailed diagrams
49 A subdivision of a culture which can be defined as a reoccurring complex of archaeological traits that can be distinguished from any other similar complex A phase usually involved a more limited territory and a briefer time span than a culture Synonymous to a focus
50 adjust so as to be in a synchronized condition; "he phased the intake with the output of the machine"
51 Phase is the frequency coherence of a signal If two signals are out of phase, the trough of the first waveform corresponds with the peak of the second, resulting in cancellation The 02R can invert the phase of the input signals, which allows you to compensate for incorrectly wired conductors and so forth
52 (1) A condition of matter (2) In any periodic phenomenon, a number that describes a specific stage within each oscillation (3) The angular relationship between current and voltage in an a-c circuit (4) The number of separate voltage waves in a commercial a-c supply
53 The onset of a displacement or oscillation on a seismogram indicating the arrival of a different type of seismic wave
54 A measure of a fraction of the period of a repetitive phenomenon, measured with respect to some distinguishable feature of the phenomenon itself In the standard frequency and time signal service, phase time differences such as time differences between two identified phases of the same phenomenon or of two different phenomena are mainly considered Phase jump: A sudden phase change in a signal Phase shift: An intentional change in phase from a reference Phase deviation: The difference of the phase from a reference Phase signature: A deliberate phase offset for the purpose of signal identification For example, NIST's radio station WWVB broadcast is deliberately phase shifted at 10 minutes after the hour, so a person knows that WWVB is being tracked and not some other signal
55 A particular appearance or state in a regularly recurring cycle of changes with respect to quantity of illumination or form, or the absence, of its enlightened disk; as, the phases of the moon or planets
56 The time relationship between two AC (alternating current) signals (e g , In an AC circuit the current and voltage may experience a phase shift )
57 Refers to the timing relationship of two or more signals or soundwaves It's especially important to be sure that your stereo speakers are playing "in phase " This means that the drivers (cones and domes) of your right and left speakers are moving in and out at the same time If your speakers are "out of phase" you'll hear significantly less bass, and instead of producing a strong center image, the sound tends to stay localized at the speakers
58 A time based relationship between a periodic function and a reference In electricity, it is expressed in angular degrees to describe the voltage or current relationship of two alternating waveforms
59 a portion of a material system whose properties and composition are homogeneous and which is physically distinct from other parts of the system more
60 An angular relationship between waves
61 A state of matter This can be solid, liquid or gaseous Photosynthesis The process of conversion of water and carbon dioxide to carbohydrates It takes place in the presence of chlorophyll and is activated by sunlight During the process oxygen is released Only plants and a limited number of microorganisms can perform photosynthesis
62 In any oscillatory motion, such as light, the position and character of a wave at any instant, often with respect to its zero or maximum position
63 One of the five contexts in which the narrative and meaning of a work of literature may be considered, classified as literal, descriptive, formal, archetypal, and anagogic One of six distinguishable stages of a mythos (sense 2)
64 Some of the herons which appear in white and colored phases, and certain squirrels which are sometimes uniformly blackish instead of the usual coloration, furnish examples
65 Color phases occur also in other animals, notably in butterflies
66 to its initial value as expressed in factorial parts of the complete cycle
67 In certain birds and mammals, one of two or more color variations characteristic of the species, but independent of the ordinary seasonal and sexual differences, and often also of age
68 A homogenous, physically distinct portion of matter in a system not homogeneous; as, the three phases, ice, water, and aqueous vapor
69 under Moon
70 See Illust
71 A phase may be either a single chemical substance or a mixture, as of gases
72 The relation at any instant of a periodically varying electric magnitude, as electro-motive force, a current, etc
73 It is usually expressed in angular measure, the cycle beb four right angles, or 360°
74 (physical chemistry) a distinct state of matter in a system; matter that is identical in chemical composition and physical state and separated from other material by the phase boundary; "the reaction occurs in the liquid phase of the system"
75 a particular point in the time of a cycle; measured from some arbitrary zero and expressed as an angle any distinct time period in a sequence of events; "we are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected"
76 arrange in phases or stages; "phase a withdrawal
77 (astronomy) the particular appearance of a body's state of illumination (especially one of the recurring shapes of the part of Earth's moon that is illuminated by the sun); "the full phase of the moon"
78 To disturb the composure of; to disconcert; to nonplus
79 An encounter, usually with a patient, that ends in a decision or disposition There may be one or more phases in a simulation For example, you examine a patient, prescribe medication and send him home To indicate that you have finished this encounter, you would click the Next phase button For your next encounter with the patient, additional information will appear in the Presenting Problem section of the Patient Chart
80 Magnitudes which have the same phase are said to be in phase
81 Such periodic variations are generally well represented by sine curves; and phase relations are shown by the relative positions of the crests and hollows of such curves
82 1) A conductor or conductors or piece of electrical equipment that is associated with one of three separate phases of an alternating-current power system, designated A-phase, B-phase, and C-phase 2) The stage or progress of a cyclic movement such as a current or voltage wave
83 (Of a periodic quantity), the fractional part of a period between a reference time (such as when displacement = zero) and a particular time of interest; or between two motions or electrical signals having the same fundamental frequency
84 ("In-phase/Out-of-phase") Actually refers to the polarity of an electrical or acoustic signal If two or more signals or devices are "out-of-phase" with respect to each other, cancellation or other disturbance of the combined output can result Some examples of operating phase (polarity) definitions: "Positive sound pressure causes positive output" (microphones) or "positive input causes positive acoustic output" (speakers)
85 Phase refers to a discrete uniform part of a material substance that can be separable from the rest For example, water can exist in three separate phases: solid (ice), liquid, and vapor
86 1 The periodically changing appearance of the moon, due to angular rotation 2 A fraction of a cycle of a waveform Typically phase is measured as an angle A sine wave makes a positive zero- crossing at 0º phase; hits 100% at 90º (or 1/4 cycle); makes a negative zero-crossing at 180º (1/2 cycle); hits -100% at 270º (3/4 cycle); and returns to zero at 360º See Initial Phase
87 A particular appearance or state in a regularly recurring cycle of changes with respect to quantity of illumination or form of enlightened disk; as, the phases of the moon or planets
88 relative measurement describing the temporal relationship between two waves with the same frequency Phase is measured in degrees, and one full oscillation cycle has 360 degrees One way to think of phase: If two pendulums are swinging at the same frequency and are in the same position at the same instant, then they are in phase with each other
89 a particular point in the time of a cycle; measured from some arbitrary zero and expressed as an angle
90 arrange in phases or stages; "phase a withdrawal"
91 stage; side, angle, aspect; period  isim
92 any distinct time period in a sequence of events; "we are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected"
93 plan in stages, plan in gradual steps  fiil
94 A phase is a particular stage in a process or in the gradual development of something. This autumn, 6000 residents will participate in the first phase of the project The crisis is entering a crucial, critical phase Most kids will go through a phase of being faddy about what they eat
95 If an action or change is phased over a period of time, it is done in stages. The redundancies will be phased over two years. a phased withdrawal of American forces from the Philippines
96 Any appearance or aspect of an object of mental apprehension or view; as, the problem has many phases
97 If two things are out of phase with each other, they are not working or happening together as they should. If two things are in phase, they are working or occurring together as they should. The Skills Programme is out of phase with the rest of the curriculum. to make something happen gradually in a planned way. In thermodynamics, a chemically and physically uniform quantity of matter that can be separated mechanically from a nonhomogeneous mixture. It may consist of a single substance or of a mixture of substances. The three basic phases of matter are solid, liquid, and gas; other phases that are considered to exist include crystalline (see crystal), colloidal (see colloid), glass, amorphous, and plasma. The different phases of a pure substance are related to each other in terms of temperature and pressure. For example, if the temperature of a solid is raised enough, or the pressure is reduced enough, it will become a liquid. In wave motion, the fraction of the time required to complete a full cycle that a point completes after last passing through the reference position. Two periodic motions are said to be in phase when corresponding points of each reach maximum or minimum displacements at the same time. If the crests of two waves pass the same point at the same time, they are in phase for that position. If the crest of one and the trough of the other pass the same point at the same time, the phase angles differ by 180° and the waves are said to be of opposite phase. Phase differences are important in alternating electric current technology (see alternating current)
98a phase. stage - "Completion of an identifiable stage of maintenance such as removing an aircraft engine for repair or storage."
99phased occurring in stages, taking place gradually; having several points within a cycle, having many steps within a process  sıfat
100phases The lifecycle or workflow cycle of a transaction is divided into 3 distinct stages: PreClosing or Phase A, Closing or Phase B, and Post Closing or Phase C
101phases A particular appearance or state in a regularly recurring cycle of changes The moon goes through a series of 8 phases of 29 53 days
102phases Parts of a job that are usually done sequentially, for example Demo & Site Preparation is done before Plumbing, which is done before Concrete, which is done before Framing, and so on There are a few standard ways to categorize phases, including the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) method (with 16 standard phases), and HomeTech, with 28 remodeling phases
103phases plural of phase
104phases levels of ROBOLAB programming The introductory phase is called Pilot and is based on a click and choose interface in an existing template The advanced phase is called Inventor and is undertaken by picking and placing picture icons into the desired sequence and "stringing" the icons together
105phases A group of related tasks; a major step in the project
106phases The apparent changes in shape of the moon and some planets depending upon the amount of the sunlit hemisphere turned toward us
107phases Drugs pass through three phases of testing During Phase I, drugs are tested in healthy subjects to determine safety, and how the drug acts in the body During Phase II, several hundred people with the disease targeted by the drug are studied, to determine the drug's effectiveness in treating the disease In Phase III, testing is expanded to several thousand patients, to verify safety, effectiveness, and dosage
108phases The visible changes that the Moon goes through in every lunar month, caused by the changing angle of illumination from the Sun There are four specific phases - new moon, first quarter moon, full moon, and last quarter moon - and also non-specific phase names such as waxing moon, waning moon, gibbous moon, and crescent moon (Back To Top) Q
109phases Drugs and medical devices undergo and must pass three stages of testing before they can be eligible for FDA approval
110phasing Sound Shaping
111phasing The condition of the relative polarity of the plus and minus electrical signals
112phasing The hollow sound that occurs when two identical tracks are run in near-perfect sync
113phasing Showing distinct parts to the move on Take-off, Flight and Landing
114phasing present participle of phase
115phasing (See flanging )
116phasing When two separate short waves come together to form one wave Also, when upper and lower level features are positioned so that each provides energy to the other, it is said that the features are in phase with one another
117phasing Pertaining to phase or differences of phase
118phasing   In facsimile transmission and reception, the process by which the start of the scanning line or lines is made to correspond to one edge of the object being scanned   Note:  If there is no correspondence between the object being scanned and the scanning line or lines, distortion, often in the form of a split image, will occur in the received image
119phasing A technique in which a musical pattern is repeated and manipulated so that it separates and overlaps itself, and then rejoins the original pattern; getting "out of phase" and back "in sync "
120phasing The practice of making IMF resources available to its members in installments over the period of an arrangement
121phasing The process of segregating activities into a series of sequential phases
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