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1 yiyecek
2 yiyecek ve içecek
3 yeme içme  Turizm
4 içecek
5 yiyecek içecek
6 serinletici içkiler  Gıda
7 i., çoğ. (misafirlere ikram edilen kurabiye, çay gibi) hafif yiyecek ve içecekler
8refresh ferahlatmak  fiil
9refresh canlandırmak
10refresh yenilemek
11refresh canlanmak  fiil
12refreshment serinletici içecek
13refresh tazelemek  fiil
14refresh ferahlamak
15refresh hayat vermek  fiil
16refresh yinele  Bilgisayar
17refresh yenile  Bilgisayar
18refresh cana can katmak
19refresh mutlandırmak
20refresh güçlendirmek
21refresh tazelenmek
22refresh atıştırmak
23refresh dinçleşmek
24refresh yeniden canlandırmak
25refresh serinletmek
26refresh açılmak  fiil
27refresh dinçleştirmek
28refresh tazele,v.tazele:n.tazeleme
29refresh mutlulandırmak  fiil
30refresh Tazelemek, yeniden canlandırmak, taze hayat vermek  Tıp
31refresh Dinlendirmek, serinletmek, 3.Canlanmak, dinlenmek  Tıp
32refresh tazeleme  isim
33refresh (güç verip) canlandırmak, diriltmek, ihya etmek  fiil
34refresh tazelemek: Can I refresh your drink? İçkini tazeleyeyim mi?  fiil
35refresh tazele  fiil
36refresh kuvvetlendirmek refresh oneself canlanmak
37refresh dinlendirmek
38refresh yeme/tazeleme
39refresh serinlemek
40refresh refreshingly canlandırıcı surette
41refresh dinlenmek
42refresh ye/tazele
43refresh tazelik kazanmak
44refreshment hafif yemek
45refreshment canlanma
46refreshment dinçleşme
47refreshment serinletici içki
48refreshment serinletme
49refreshment yiyecek içecek/canlanma
50refreshment taze hayat verme
51refreshment yiyecek içecek şeyler
52refreshment canlandırıcı veya dinlendirici şey
53refreshment güçlenme
54refreshment ferahlatıcı  Gıda
55refreshment ara öğün
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56 plural of refreshment
57refresh To perform the periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc
58refresh To cause (a web browser or similar software) to refresh its display - "You can save your code, refresh your browser, and see a change instantly. This simple trick turns a lowly web browser into a development environment..."
59refresh To renew or revitalize
60refresh The periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc
61refresh To reload a webpage on the internet - "She refreshed the page. She was still the high bidder. Good."
62refresh The update of a display (in a web browser or similar software) to show the latest version of the data
63refreshment A light snack or fresh drink without alcohol
64refreshment The action of refreshing; a means of restoring strength, energy or vigour
65Refreshment freshment
66refresh forcing the computer to look again and display the most recent information
67refresh To view the present status and state of your directory and files, press the "Refresh" icon
68refresh To make an exact copy of data from older media to newer for long-term preservation
69refresh To make fresh again; to restore strength, spirit, animation, or the like, to; to relieve from fatigue or depression; to reinvigorate; to enliven anew; to reanimate; as, sleep refreshes the body and the mind
70refresh To reload the same webpage
71refresh The process of regularly updating the images on a screen by scanning each pixel with a picture beam to make sure the image is still visible The image on the screen is visible because tiny dots of phosphor shine The glow from the phosphor only a few tenths of a second, so the dots have to be hit by an electron picture beam to get them to glow again This process is repeated 60 to 70 times per second
72refresh Refresh is a meta element attribute that automatically refreshes your page after a specified number of seconds
73refresh rate: How many times per second the screen is refreshed (redrawn) To avoid flickering, the refresh rate should be at least 72 Hz
74refresh Periodic energizing required to maintain the display luminence of a computer screen
75refresh refreshes a list of records Used mostly after updating or creating a new record so that to see the record in the list
76refresh Periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory
77refresh The process of rewriting, recharging or updating the data sent to a specific device, such as a monitor or RAM
78refresh by clicking on the toolbar button in your browser forces the browser to download a web page again, it can gets things moving again if everything has ground to a halt
79refresh   To reproduce, repeatedly, a display image on a display surface, so that the image remains visible
80refresh Special recording mode implemented in Studer DASH tape recorders Allows internal 1:1 re-recording ("refreshing") of digital audio tracks after error correction to maintain maximum reliability
81refresh to copy digital information from one long-term storage medium to another
82refresh If someone refreshes your memory, they tell you something that you had forgotten. He walked on the opposite side of the street to refresh his memory of the building
83refresh refresh one's memory; "I reviewed the material before the test"
84refresh make (to feel) fresh; "The cool water refreshed us"
85refresh become or make oneself fresh again; "She freshened up after the tennis game"
86refresh If you refresh something old or dull, you make it as good as it was when it was new. Many view these meetings as an occasion to share ideas and refresh friendship
87refresh If something refreshes you when you have become hot, tired, or thirsty, it makes you feel cooler or more energetic. The lotion cools and refreshes the skin + refreshed re·freshed He awoke feeling completely refreshed
88refresh To make as if new; to repair; to restore
89refresh The act of refreshing
90refresh make (to feel) fresh; "The cool water refreshed us
91refresh renew, invigorate; replenish one's energy by eating drinking and resting  fiil
92refresh make fresh again
93refresh If you refresh a web page, you click a button in order to get the most recent version of the page. Press the `reload' button on your web browser to refresh the site and get the most current version
94refresh A browser function that forces redisplay of the current page
95refresh or RELOAD - To re-connect to a website if it takes to a long time to load it from the web server or if it doesn't load probably Click on the Refresh or Reload button on your browser to access the current page again
96refresh Refreshing maintains data stored in DRAM The process of refreshing electrical cells on a DRAM component is similar to recharging batteries Different DRAM components require different refresh methods
97refresh "Feeding" a starter, adding nutrients in the form of flour and water to re-activate the starter and bring its leavening and flavoring microbes to peak levels of activity
98refresh to make the browser redraw the page
99refresh To clear the screen or part of the screen and redraw it again
100refresh Refreshing updates the display (Agenda/In-Tray) to include any new Entries that have been created since the last refresh Displays are refreshed every 15 minutes (configurable from Agenda Preferences choose Notification tab) and can be done manually by selecting View menu choose Refresh All
101refresh In a monitor, to recharge the phosphors on the inside of the screen and maintain the image In certain memory systems, dynamic RAM must be recharged so that it continues to hold its contents
102refresh A meta tag that will let you either periodically refresh the current page or switch to another page It is formatted like this: <meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="10; URL=http://www walthowe com/"> The above meta tag will switch to the URL after 10 seconds Change the number to change the time delay, or delete it to make the change immediate Delete the URL to make the refresh occur in the current page
103refresh The process used to restore the charge in DRAM cells at specific intervals
104refresh (1) To update something with new data For example, some web browsers include a refresh button that updates the currently displayed web page This feature is also called "reload " (2) To recharge a device with power or information For example, dynamic RAM needs to be refreshed thousands of times per second or it will lose the data stored in it Similarly, display monitors must be refreshed many times per second The refresh rate for a monitor is measured in hertz (Hz) and is also called the vertical frequency, vertical scan rate, frame rate, or vertical refresh rate The old standard for monitor refresh rates was 60Hz, but a new standard developed by VESA sets the refresh rate at 75Hz for monitors displaying resolutions of 640x480 or greater This means that the monitor redraws the display 75 times per second The faster the refresh rate, the less the monitor flickers
105refresh An electrical process used to maintain data stored in DRAM The process of refreshing electrical cells on a DRAM component is similar to that of recharging batteries Different DRAM components call for different refresh methods
106refreshment You can refer to food and drink as refreshment. May I offer you some refreshment?
107refreshment activity that refreshes and recreates; activity that renews your health and spirits by enjoyment and relaxation; "time for rest and refreshment by the pool"; "days of joyous recreation with his friends"
108refreshment snacks and drinks served as a light meal
109refreshment That which refreshes; means of restoration or reanimation; especially, an article of food or drink
110refreshment The act of refreshing, or the state of being refreshed; restoration of strength, spirit, vigor, or liveliness; relief after suffering; new life or animation after depression
111refreshment Refreshments are drinks and small amounts of food that are provided, for example, during a meeting or a journey
112refreshment something that refreshes, something that invigorates (esp. food or drink); invigoration, act of energizing  isim
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