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Tree teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

ağaç O, ağaçtan indi. - He climbed down from the tree.
tree toad ağaç kurbağası
{i} mil
eski darağacı
ağaçtan O, ağaçtan indi. - He climbed down from the tree.
tree fern ağaç gibi büyüyen eğreltiotu
(Askeri) elektronik üzerindeki geçici radyasyon etkileri (transient radiation effects on electronics)
tre
Certhia
{i} eyer kaltağı
(Tıp) Ağaç şeklinde yayılan kristal
korkudan ağaca sığınmaya mecbur etmek
{f} ağaca çıkarmak
{i} darağacı
{f} çıkmaza sokmak
çarmıh
dili çıkmaza sokmak
tree frog
tree creeper orman tırmaşık kuşu
ağacın Tung yağı, Tung ağacının tohumlarından elde edilir. - Tung oil is made from the seeds of the Tung tree.
judas tree
erguvan
tree branch
ağaç dalı Harun başını bir ağaç dalına çarptı. - Harun banged his head on a tree branch.
tree coding
(Bilgisayar) ağaç tipi kodlama
tree fern
çanakeğrelti
tree frog
ağaçkurbağası
tree frog
yeşilbağa
tree heath
süpürge ağacı
tree heath
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) süpürge çalısı
tree heath
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) süpürgeotu
tree only
(Bilgisayar) yalnız ağaç
tree pipit
incirkuşu
tree pipit
ağaç incirkuşu
tree search
(Bilgisayar) ağaç tipi arama
tree trunk
ağaç gövdesi
tree age
ağaç yaşı
tree branch
ağaç dalları
tree breeding
ağaç ıslahı
tree class
ağaç sınıfı
tree classification
ağaç sınıflandırması
tree clubmoss
küçük ağaç
tree cotton
ağaç pamuğu
tree creeper
asma ağacı
tree cricket
cırcır böceği Harun, John'un niçin cırcır böceği izlemekten asla hoşlanıyor gibi görünmediğini Mine'nin bildiğini düşündüğünü söyledi. - Harun said that he thought Mine knew why John never seemed to enjoy watching cricket.
tree diagram
ağaç şeması
tree farmer
ağaç çiftçisi
tree frog
ağaç kurbağası
tree frogs
ağaç kurbağasıgiller
tree house
ağaç evi
tree limit
ağaç sınırı
tree line
ağaç sınırı
tree of life
hayat ağacı
tree shaped
ağaç şeklinde Kek ağaç şeklinde. - The cake is shaped like a tree.
tree snake
ağaç yılanı
tree sort
ağaç sıralama
tree sparrow
dağserçesi
tree surgery
ağaç budama
tree toad
ağaç kurbağası
tree traversal
ağaç dolaşma
tree volume
ağaç hacmi
tree worship
ağaca tapınma
tree beetle
Ağaç böceği
tree cricket
çırçır böceği
tree dwelling
ağaç konut
tree farm
ağaç çiftlik
tree hugger
ağaç sır
tree lifter
ağaç sökme makinesi
tree of
ağaç O, ağaçtan indi. - He climbed down from the tree.
tree planting
ağaç dikme Bize ve başka herkese bu günü hatırlatmak için, bizimle birlikte herkese bir ağaç dikmesini rica ediyorum. - In order to make us and everyone else remember this day, I ask everyone to plant a tree with us.
tree rat
ağaç sıçan
tree ring
ağaç halkası
tree sap
ağaç sap
tree species
ağaç türlerinin
tree stake
ağaç kazık
tree volume table
ağaç hacim cetveli
tree-creeper
Tirmaşik kuşu
tree-ring
Ağaçlardaki yaş halkalarından her biri
tree coding
agac tipi kodlama
tree creeper
tırmaşık kuşu
tree creeper
zool. ormantırmaşıkkuşu
tree farms
(Çevre) orman çiftlikleri
tree fern
bot. çanakeğrelti
tree fern
ağaçsı eğreltiotu
tree frog/toad
zool. ağaçkurbağası, yeşilbağa
tree hole
ağaç kovuğu
tree mallow
ağaç ebegümeci
tree network
ağaç yapısında ağ
tree nursery
fidanlık
tree nut
ağaç yemişi
tree of heaven
bot. aylandız, kokarağaç
tree of life
Tubaağacı
tree of life
(Botanik) hayatağacı
tree sparrow
zool. dağserçesi
tree structure
ağaç yapısı
tree stump
çotuk
tree top
ağacın tepesindeki
tree topology
agac topolojisi
tree-ring analysis
ağaç-halkası analizi
evolutionary tree
(Mitoloji) Evrim ağacı, filogenetik ağaç
phylogenetic tree
(Mitoloji) Filogenetik ağaç, evrim ağacı
pulmonary tree
(Nükleer Bilimler) Pulmonar ağaç: Akciğerlerin nefes borusu (trakea), bronşlar ve bronşçuklardan oluşan baş aşağı duran bir ağaca benzeyen biçimi
cherry tree
kiraz ağacı Mine bir kiraz ağacını devirdi. - Mine cut down a cherry tree.
date tree
hurma ağacı
family tree
soyağacı
lime tree
ıhlamur Çocuklar ıhlamur ağacının altında oynuyorlar. - The children are playing under the lime tree.
lime tree
ıhlamur ağacı Çocuklar ıhlamur ağacının altında oynuyorlar. - The children are playing under the lime tree.
plane tree
çınar ağacı
trees
ağaçlar Kız ağaçlarla konuştu. - The girl talked to trees.
apricot tree
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kayısı O kayısıyı yeme! - Don’t eat that apricot!
bark of the pine tree
yalamuk
bark up the wrong tree
yanlış kapıyı çalmak
beech tree
kayın ağacı
climb a tree
ağaca çıkmak
complete binary tree
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) tam ikili ağaç
coniferous tree
iğne yapraklı ağaç
domain tree
etki alanı ağacı
dump tree
(Bilgisayar) ağaç dökümü
dump tree
(Bilgisayar) ağaç dökümünü al
family tree
hayatağacı
gum tree
okaliptüs
gum tree
sıtmaağacı
hazel tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ela
indian bean tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) katalpa
judas tree
cercis siliquastrum
lemon tree
limon ağacı Çocuklar limon ağacının altında oynuyorlar. - The children are playing under the lime tree.
life tree
yaşam ağacı
lime tree
(Tıp) tilleul
melon tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) papaya
objective tree
hedef ağacı
orange tree
portakal ağacı Bir portakal ağacımız var. - We have an orange tree.
peach tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) şeftali “O nedir?” “Bu bir şeftalidir.” - "What's that?" "This is a peach."
plant a tree
ağaç dikmek Bize ve başka herkese bu günü hatırlatmak için, bizimle birlikte herkese bir ağaç dikmesini rica ediyorum. - In order to make us and everyone else remember this day, I ask everyone to plant a tree with us.
product tree
ürün ağacı
property tree
(Bilgisayar) özellik ağacı
puzzle tree
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bulmaca ağacı
rubber tree
kauçuk Birkaç hafta sonra, doktorlar Cleveland'a sert kauçuktan yeni bir çene çıkışı yaptı. - After a few weeks, doctors made Cleveland a new jaw out of hard rubber.
sensitive tree
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) küseğen
sensitive tree
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) küstümotu
sensitive tree
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) küskün
sensitive tree
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) mimoza
small tree
ağaççık
smoke tree
kotinus
spindle tree
iğağacı
spruce tree
ladin
strawberry tree
kocayemiş ağacı
the apple doesn't fall far from the tree
(deyim) armut dibine düşermiş
turpentine tree
katran ağacı
turpentine tree
melengiç
turpentine tree
terebentinsakızağacı
turpentine tree
menengiç
axle tree
araba dingili
banyan tree
banyan ağacı
big tree
filmahmudi ağacı
binary tree
ikili ağaç
brazil nut tree
brezilya kestanesi
calabash tree
su kabağı
cedar tree
erz ağacı
chestnut tree wood
kestane ağacı kerestesi
coffee tree
kahve ağacı
cull tree
kusurlu ağaç
directory tree
dizin ağacı
family tree
soy ağacı
fruit tree
meyva ağacı
lead tree
kurşun ağacı
mulberry tree
dut ağacı
plum tree
erik ağacı Erik ağacını henüz kesmedim. - I haven't cut down the plum tree yet.
poplar tree
kavak ağacı
tonka bean tree
tonka ağacı
treelike
ağaca benzer
varnish tree
süslü ağaç
walnut tree
ceviz ağacı
an tree
Bir ağaç Geri geri gitme. Arkada bir ağaç var. - Don't back up. There's a tree behind you.
treeless
ağaçsız
treeless
(sıfat) ağaçsız
İngilizce - İngilizce

Tree teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Any plant that is reminiscent of the above but not classified as a tree in the strict botanical sense: for example the banana "tree"
A large plant, not exactly defined, but typically over four meters in height, a single trunk which grows in girth with age and branches (which also grow in circumference with age)
To chase (an animal or person) up a tree The dog treed the cat.
Any structure or construct having branches akin to (1)
An object made from a tree trunk and having multiple hooks or storage platforms He had the choice of buying a scratching post or a cat tree.
The structure or wooden frame used in the construction of a saddle used in horse riding
A recursive data structure in which each node has zero or more nodes as children
A display or listing of entries or elements such that there are primary and secondary entries shown, usually linked by drawn lines or by indenting to the right We’ll show it as a tree list.
A connected graph with no cycles or, equivalently, a connected graph with n vertices and n-1 edges
The structural frame of a saddle
A device used to hold or stretch a shoe open He put a shoe tree in each of his shoes.
{n} the largest of plants, with a ligneous stem and branches
Any perennial woody plant of considerable size (usually over twenty feet high) and growing with a single trunk
Something constructed in the form of, or considered as resembling, a tree, consisting of a stem, or stock, and branches; as, a genealogical tree
A piece of timber, or something commonly made of timber; used in composition, as in axletree, boottree, chesstree, crosstree, whiffletree, and the like
A graphical diagram used to display the hierarchical structure of the directories on a disk The Windows 95 Explorer allows the disk to be viewed this way
a woody plant 12 or more feet (four or more meters) tall with a single main stem (trunk) and a more or less distinct crown of leaves
A cross or gallows; as Tyburn tree
A large woody plant that has a trunk which supports branches and leaves
This is the metaphor used to describe hierarchies
English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917) a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree"
See Tree, n
A group of nodes that contains no cycles, also called a directed acyclic graph or DAG Trees typically represent decision-making structures, such as the progression from a directory to a subdirectory to a document
{i} plant with wood stem from which branches grow at some height above the ground; bush or shrub similar in appearance to a tree; pole, beam
To place upon a tree; to fit with a tree; to stretch upon a tree; as, to tree a boot
To drive to a tree; to cause to ascend a tree; as, a dog trees a squirrel
A mass of crystals, aggregated in arborescent forms, obtained by precipitation of a metal from solution
See Lead tree, under Lead
Wood; timber
chase a bear up a tree with dogs and kill it
If someone can't see the wood for the trees in British English, or can't see the forest for the trees in American English, they are very involved in the details of something and so they do not notice what is important about the thing as a whole
the top of the tree: see top. British actor and producer who founded the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (1904). Woody perennial plant. Most trees have a single self-supporting trunk containing woody tissues, and in most species the trunk produces secondary limbs called branches. Trees provide many valuable products, especially wood, one of the world's chief building materials, and wood pulp, used in papermaking. Wood is also a major fuel source. Trees supply edible fruits and nuts. In addition, trees take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen during photosynthesis. Their root systems help retain water and soil, preventing floods and erosion. Trees and forests provide habitats for a wide variety of animals, and they beautify both natural and altered landscapes. Growth rings in the trunk indicate the age of most trees. The tallest trees are the Pacific coast redwoods; the oldest are the bristlecone pines, some of which are over 4,000 years old. See also conifer; deciduous tree; evergreen; forest; shrub; softwood. big tree bodhi tree bo tree Christmas tree deciduous tree Joshua Tree National Park monkey puzzle tree phylogenetic tree plane tree rubber tree tree fern tree frog tree toad tree of heaven Tree Sir Herbert Draper Beerbohm tulip tree world tree
If you say that someone is barking up the wrong tree, you mean that they are following the wrong course of action because their beliefs or ideas about something are incorrect. Scientists in Switzerland realised that most other researchers had been barking up the wrong tree
A tree is a tall plant that has a hard trunk, branches, and leaves. I planted those apple trees. a variety of shrubs and trees. see also Christmas tree, family tree
A tree is a graph which contains no cycles We can visualize a tree by drawing it with a root at the top with the vertices below leading to the leaves at the lowest If the vertices are placed on levels, higher level vertices are referred to the parents of the vertices directly below them, while the lower vertices are similarly referred to as their children A Tree
{f} force to climb on a tree; put in a difficult situation; put a shoe on a shoetree
b A data structure consisting of nodes which may contain other nodes via its branches Unlike a tree in nature, the root node is usually represented at the top of the structure and does not have a parent node All other nodes have a single parent Nodes having no child nodes are called leaf nodes An XML document represents a tree structure
A tree is a graph which is connected but contains no circuits
A woody plant usually having one or more perennial stems, a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of al least 12 feet at maturity
[/tree Mother [D1 Dn]] The elements are set as a tree, with daughters aligned vertically along their tops Horizontally, the mother appears centred over the midpoint of the centre daughter (if there are an odd number of daughters) or over the a point midway between the midpoints of the two centre daughters (if there are an even number of daughters) Note that midpoint need not correspond to one half of the x-dimension for a particular subtree Rather, it is defined in terms of the position of the mother of the subtree, which is itself dependent on the subtree's daughters' positions There are no restrictions on the elements that constitute the nodes of the tree
English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917)
Woody plants having one erect perennial stem or trunk at least 3 inches d b h , a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of at least 13 feet (at maturity)
a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree"
A woody plant usually having one or more perennial stems, a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of at least 12 feet at maturity
a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
Indented hierarchical structure (branches, leaves) with multiple uses in PeopleSoft; for example, use to define an organization structure or chart of accounts, or use to display reporting relationships or dependencies
The set of cells in a koutline that share a common root cell, including the root cell
A large, woody plant having one or several self-supporting stems or trunks and numerous branches that reach a height of at least 20 feet at maturity
Mathematically, an acyclic (cycle-free) line graph Used to represent the evolutionary history of a set of taxa, with the leaves (or terminal branches) representing contemporary taxa and the internal branches representing hypothesised ancestors (see also rooted tree, unrooted tree)
A rigging stand that sits on the floor that can lift a bar of lights up to a certain height Also known as 'winch ups' due to the fact the stand is usually telescoped up by operating a hand winch attached to the side of the tree
tree bark
all the tissues of a tree external to the vascular cambium; includes epidermis, cortex and phloem
tree farm
A privately-owned farm where trees are grown for eventual harvest, usually softwoods
tree farms
plural form of tree farm
tree fern
Any of many tropical plants, of the families Cyatheaceae and Dicksoniaceae, that have tall trunks topped with fronds
tree frog
Tree frogs are frogs of the family Hylidae. They are of small size and more elegant in form than the true frogs (family Ranidae). Many tree frogs have bright coloration
tree frogs
plural form of tree frog
tree house
a recreational structure built among the branches of a tree
tree house
a tropical residence built in a tree, or on stilts
tree houses
plural form of tree house
tree hugger
An environmental campaigner, especially one who aims to restrict logging "Let's go now, tree-hugger," gasped one of them. "The show's over. Everybody beat it," ordered the other.
tree huggers
plural form of tree hugger
tree kangaroo
Any of several Australian macropods, of the genus Dendrolagus, adapted for life in the trees
tree kangaroos
plural form of tree kangaroo
tree kingfisher
the most numerous family, Halcyonidae, of kingfishers; they are widely distributed in Africa, Asia and Australia
tree kingfishers
plural form of tree kingfisher
tree lawn
The grassy area between the sidewalk and the street
tree line
A division in altitude above which trees tend not to grow on mountains
tree of heaven
an Asiatic tree (Ailanthus altissima) having foliage similar to that of the sumacs and ill-scented staminate flowers, much used in traditional Chinese medicine, but considered invasive and often subject to control efforts
tree pangolins
plural form of tree pangolin
tree pipit
A small passerine bird, Anthus trivialis
tree pipits
plural form of tree pipit
tree rat
A squirrel
tree rats
plural form of tree rat
tree ring
The annual growth ring in the trunk of a tree
tree sap
the fluid that circulates within the phloem of a tree to distribute water and nutrients
tree shrew
A small mammal native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia, resembling the shrew and classified scientifically as order Scandentia
tree traversal
The process for accessing each node of a tree (data structure) in a systematic, hierarchical manner
tree traversals
plural form of tree traversal
tree trunk
the main structural member of a tree
tree trunks
plural form of tree trunk
tree-hugging
Supporting of environment concerns such as combatting pollution, deforestation, etc He could have developed his oil wells if it wasn't for those pesky tree-hugging hippies.
tree-line
the edge of the habitat at which trees are capable of growing; the timberline
tree-ring
Alternative spelling of tree ring
tree-shrew
Alternative spelling of tree shrew
tree stump
stump: the base part of a tree that remains standing after the tree has been felled
tree hollow
A void in a branch or trunk, which may provide habitat for animals
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) (colloq.) the grey squirrel
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) An arboreal rat
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) W. Indies = HUTIA
Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil
tree in the Garden of Eden which from which Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat (Biblical)
tree burial
Disposal of the dead by placing the corpse among the branches of a tree or in a hollow trunk, a practice among many primitive peoples
tree calf
A bright brown polished calfskin binding of books, stained with a conventional treelike design
tree cotton
East Indian shrub cultivated especially for ornament for its pale yellow to deep purple blossoms
tree cricket
pale arboreal American cricket noted for loud stridulation
tree ear
{i} mushroom that grows on trees and fallen tree trunks and used in Chinese cooking, wood ear
tree farm
a forest (or part of a forest) where trees are grown for commercial use
tree farm
An area of forest land on which trees are grown for commercial use
tree fern
Any of various tropical treelike ferns having a woody trunklike stem and a terminal crown of large, pinnately divided fronds. Any of various ferns (especially those of the families Cyatheaceae and Marattiaceae) of treelike habit with a woody stem. Many attain heights over 50 ft (15.2 m). They are natives of humid mountain forests in the tropics and subtropics and of warm temperate regions of the Southern Hemisphere. The family Marattiaceae contains six genera; one species, Angiopteris evecta, has leaves (fronds) 15 ft (4.5 m) or more in length and stems of 2-6 ft (60-180 cm). Now-extinct members of the family date to the Carboniferous Period (354-290 million years ago). Members of the family Cyatheaceae are very large, terrestrial ferns with trunklike, upright rhizomes; the nearly 1,000 species are grouped into seven genera
tree fern
any of numerous usually tropical ferns having a thick woody stem or caudex and a crown of large fronds; found especially in Australia and New Zealand; chiefly of the families Cyatheaceae and Marattiaceae but some from Polypodiaceae
tree frog
frog that lives in trees
tree frog
any of various Old World arboreal frogs distinguished from true frogs by adhesive suckers on the toes
tree frog
Any of various small arboreal frogs of the family Hylidae having long toes terminating in adhesive disks. Also called tree toad. or tree toad Any of some 550 species (family Hylidae) of mostly arboreal frogs, found worldwide but primarily in the New World. Most species are small, slender, and long-legged and have suckerlike adhesive disks on the finger and toe tips. Some do not climb well and live in water, on land, or in a burrow. Most species lay eggs in water. Young marsupial frogs (genus Gastrotheca), of South America, develop in a brood pouch on the female's back
tree heath
A Mediterranean evergreen shrub or small tree (Erica arborea) having fragrant white flowers grouped in large terminal panicles. It is the source of briarroot
tree heath
evergreen treelike Mediterranean shrub having fragrant white flowers in large terminal panicles and hard woody roots used to make tobacco pipes gaunt Tasmanian evergreen shrubby tree with slender tapering leaves 3 to 5 feet long
tree house
A structure built among the limbs of a tree, usually for recreation
tree house
a playhouse built in the branches of a tree
tree hugger
derogatory term for environmentalists who support restrictions on the logging industry and the preservation of forests
tree line
timberline, altitude above which plants and trees cannot grow
tree line
the timberline
tree line
Either the latitudinal or elevational limit of normal tree growth Beyond this limit, closer to the poles or at higher or lower elevations, climatic conditions are too severe for such growth
tree line
The height on a mountain above which the climate is too cold for trees to grow
tree line
line marking the upper limit of tree growth in mountains or northern latitudes
tree lizard
a climbing lizard of western United States and northern Mexico
tree lupine
evergreen shrub of the Pacific coast of the United States having showy yellow or blue flowers; naturalized in Australia
tree mallow
arborescent perennial shrub having palmately lobed furry leaves and showy red-purple flowers; southwestern United States
tree of heaven
Rapid-growing tree (Ailanthus altissima) in the quassia family (Simaroubaceae), native to China and widely naturalized elsewhere, with several known varieties. Because of its resistance to pollution, freedom from insect predation and disease, and ability to grow in almost any soil, the tree of heaven is planted as a yard and street tree in urban centres. It grows to 60 ft (18 m) or more, producing long, compound leaves that emit an unpleasant odour when bruised. Male trees bear flowers with unpleasant scents. Female trees produce winged fruits which are tannish orange when ripe
tree of heaven
deciduous rapidly growing tree of China with foliage like sumac and sweetish fetid flowers; widely planted in United States as a street tree because of its resistance to pollution
tree of knowledge
the biblical tree in the Garden of Eden whose forbidden fruit was tasted by Adam and Eve
tree of knowledge
tree of the Garden of Eden with the forbidden fruit eaten by Eve
tree of knowledge
The tree in the Garden of Eden whose forbidden fruit Adam and Eve tasted. according to a story in the Old Testament of the Bible, a tree in the Garden of Eden whose fruit Adam and Eve were forbidden by God to eat. When they disobeyed God and ate the fruit God forced them to leave the Garden of Eden
tree of life
tree from the Garden of Eden whose fruit gave everlasting life
tree onion
type of perennial onion grown chiefly as a curiosity or for early salad onions; having bulbils that replace the flowers
tree poppy
An evergreen shrub (Dendromecon rigidum) of southern California and northern Baja California, having minutely toothed, lance-shaped leaves and showy yellow flowers
tree rings
A series of concentric layers of wood found within a tree that show growth patterns
tree rings
Annual growth increments of trees that indicate, among other factors, the climatic conditions that enhance or limit growth Tree ring widths and indexes have been used to search for solar-terrestrial relationships and climatic cycles and to reconstruct past climates See also "dendroclimatology " and "dendrochronology "
tree shrew
Any of various small squirrellike arboreal mammals of the family Tupaiidae found in southeast Asia, India, and southern China. Though sometimes placed in a separate taxonomic order, tree shrews are thought to be related to both insectivores and primates
tree shrew
insectivorous arboreal mammal of southeast Asia that resembles a squirrel with large eyes and long sharp snout
tree snail
Any of various tropical snails of the genus Liguus, having a colorful shell in the shape of a teardrop
tree sparrow
finch common in winter in the northern U
tree sparrow
Eurasian sparrow smaller than the house sparrow
tree squirrel
any typical arboreal squirrel
tree structure
computer scientists like to think of hierarchies in graphical terms, which makes them look like upside-down trees (a single root at the top, multiple branches below) File systems and genealogies are examples of tree structured organizations that we're all familiar with, but they abound in the computer world This type of structure also works well for certain Web document sets, especially longer, more complex ones
tree structure
A method of representing information in a structured hierarchical manner in the nature of a tree, starting at the root and working upwards to the leaves In a computer, directories (also called folders) store files where a "file" may be another directory, and so on
tree structure
A display of files in the Backup, Recover, and Archive windows in hierarchical format
tree structure
A data structure that represents entities in nodes, with at most one parent node for each node, and with only one root node
tree structure
  A hierarchical organization in which a given node is considered to be an ancestor of all the lower level nodes to which the given node is connected   Note 1: The root node, i e , the base node, is an ancestor of all the other nodes   Note 2: In a tree structure there is one and only one path from any point to any other point
tree structure
A hierarchical data structure using parent-child relationships to organize file records
tree structure
In data structures, a series of connected nodes without cycles One node is termed the root and is the starting point of all paths, other nodes termed leaves terminate the paths It can be used to represent hierarchical structures, such as CIs
tree surgeon
a specialist in treating damaged trees
tree surgery
treatment of damaged or decaying trees
tree surgery
Treatment of diseased or damaged trees by filling cavities and pruning and bracing branches.tree surgeon n. the treatment of damaged trees, especially by cutting off branches
tree swallow
of Australia and Polynesia; nests in tree cavities
tree swift
birds of southeast Asia and East Indies differing from true swifts in having upright crests and nesting in trees
tree toad
arboreal amphibians usually having adhesive disks at the tip of each toe; of southeast Asia and Australia and America
tree tobacco
evergreen South American shrub naturalized in United States; occasionally responsible for poisoning livestock
tree tobacco
A South American shrub or small tree (Nicotiana glauca) naturalized in the United States and having yellow flowers and thick, rubbery, oval or lance-shaped leaves
tree tomato
South American arborescent shrub having pale pink blossoms followed by egg-shaped reddish-brown edible fruit somewhat resembling a tomato in flavor
tree trunk
main stem of a tree
tree trunk
A tree trunk is the wide central part of a tree, from which the branches grow
tree trunk
trunk: the main stem of a tree; usually covered with bark; the bole is usually the part that is commercially useful for lumber
tree wallaby
arboreal wallabies of New Guinea and northern Australia having hind and forelegs of similar length
tree-covered
forested, filled with trees, woodsy
tree-lined
A tree-lined road or street has trees on either side. the broad, tree-lined avenues. a tree-lined road has trees on both sides
tree-top
top part of the tree
trestle tree
A structure attached to a mast to support the top and the heel of a topmast
transition tree
(Ticaret) A cause and effect diagram used in the theory of constraints to identify and construct the logic and sequence of actions required to reach intermediate and ultimate objectives
traveler's tree
giant treelike plant having edible nuts and leafstalks that yield a refreshing drink of clear watery sap; reputedly an emergency source of water for travelers
3-on-the-tree
Alternative spelling of three-on-the-tree
3-on-the-tree
On an automobile (especially those produced from 1939 through the mid-1970s), a three-speed manual transmission whose gearshift lever is mounted on the steering column Mother and Father learned to drive in a car with a 3-on-the-tree.
B-tree
An indexed data structure suitable for storage of a large number of items in a balanced fashion, with very few disk hits required for locating the correct record block
Charlie Brown tree
A Christmas tree considered undesirable by normal standards, often small and sparse. Usually, this is a term of endearment She liked to think of it as a Charlie Brown tree, worthy of pity, not just a plain old ugly tree.
Christmas tree
A pole with lights, similar to a traffic signal, used for signalling the start of an automobile race
Christmas tree
A conifer used during the Christmas holiday season, typically decorated with lights and ornaments and often a star or angel at its tip
Christmas tree
The collection of valves sometimes found at the top of a working oil well
Christmas tree
A pattern of muscles visible in the lower back, shaped to look like a conifer
Christmas tree bill
A bill consisting of many riders that attracts many, often unrelated, floor amendments, which may provide special benefits to various groups or interests
Christmas tree bills
plural form of Christmas tree bill
Jesse Tree
A symbolic tree, used as a common figure in medieval art, whose branches represent religious genealogies
Joshua tree
A yucca, Yucca brevifolia, of the southwestern U.S. with spiky leaves
Judas tree
A small deciduous tree, Cercis siliquastrum, noted for its prolific display of deep-pink flowers in spring
Pará rubber tree
Hevea brasiliensis, the rubber tree
Yule tree
A yuletide decoration comprising of a potted tree decorated with ribbons and religions symbols used by modern pagans, especially followers of Heathenry
apple does not fall far from the tree
A child grows up to be very similar to its parents, both in behavior and in physical characteristics It's important that I know what diseases affect other members of your immediate family, because "the apple does not fall far from the tree.".
apple never falls far from the tree
Alternative form of apple does not fall far from the tree
apple tree
Any cultivar of the Malus domestica tree
bark up the wrong tree
To do, believe, or pursue something wrong or inappropriate; to take the wrong approach; to follow a false lead; to blame or rebuke the wrong person After three failed marriages I realised that I may have been barking up the wrong tree and should abandon the search for the perfect wife.
barking up the wrong tree
Present participle of bark up the wrong tree
binary tree
a data structure in which each node has at most two children, each node but the root has one parent, and there are no cycles
bo tree
A fig tree regarded as sacred by Hindus and Buddhists
bodhi tree
The Indian fig tree, Ficus religiosa, that is sacred to Buddhism
Tree

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    tri

    Telaffuz

    /ˈtrē/ /ˈtriː/

    Etimoloji

    [ trE ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English trēow, from Proto-Germanic *trewan (compare Danish træ), from pre-Germanic *dréu̯om, from Proto-Indo-European *dóru, *deru 'tree' (compare Hittite taru, Welsh dâr 'oak', Tocharian A or, Albanian dru 'wood', Ancient Greek δόρυ (dóry) 'wood, spear', δρῦς (drŷs) 'tree, oak', Avestan dāuru, Sanskrit dāru).

    Zamanlar

    trees, treeing, treed

    Videolar

    HE STOOD HIS GROUND AND SAVED THAT TREE.
    Apes would notice that there's more and more apes in the same tree

    Günün kelimesi

    connate