English - Turkish

  1. yiyecek
  2. yiyecek ve içecek
  3. yeme içme Turizm
  4. yiyecek içecek
  5. serinletici içkiler Gıda
  6. i., çoğ. (misafirlere ikram edilen kurabiye, çay gibi) hafif yiyecek ve içecekler
  7. ferahlatmak fiil (refresh)
  8. canlandırmak (refresh)
  9. yenilemek (refresh)
  10. canlanmak fiil (refresh)
  11. serinletici içecek (refreshment)
  12. tazelemek fiil (refresh)
  13. ferahlamak (refresh)
  14. hayat vermek fiil (refresh)
  15. yinele Bilgisayar (refresh)
  16. yenile Bilgisayar (refresh)
  17. cana can katmak (refresh)
  18. mutlandırmak (refresh)
  19. güçlendirmek (refresh)
  20. tazelenmek (refresh)
  21. atıştırmak (refresh)
  22. dinçleşmek (refresh)
  23. yeniden canlandırmak (refresh)
  24. serinletmek (refresh)
  25. açılmak fiil (refresh)
  26. dinçleştirmek (refresh)
  27. tazele,v.tazele: n.tazeleme (refresh)
  28. mutlulandırmak fiil (refresh)
  29. Tazelemek, yeniden canlandırmak, taze hayat vermek Tıp (refresh)
  30. Dinlendirmek, serinletmek, 3.Canlanmak, dinlenmek Tıp (refresh)

English - English

  1. plural of refreshment
  2. To perform the periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc (refresh)
  3. 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..." (refresh)
  4. To renew or revitalize (refresh)
  5. The periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc (refresh)
  6. To reload a webpage on the internet - "She refreshed the page. She was still the high bidder. Good." (refresh)
  7. The update of a display (in a web browser or similar software) to show the latest version of the data (refresh)
  8. A light snack or fresh drink without alcohol (refreshment)
  9. The action of refreshing; a means of restoring strength, energy or vigour (refreshment)
  10. freshment (Refreshment)
  11. forcing the computer to look again and display the most recent information (refresh)
  12. To view the present status and state of your directory and files, press the "Refresh" icon (refresh)
  13. To make an exact copy of data from older media to newer for long-term preservation (refresh)
  14. 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 (refresh)
  15. To reload the same webpage (refresh)
  16. 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 (refresh)
  17. Refresh is a meta element attribute that automatically refreshes your page after a specified number of seconds (refresh)
  18. rate: How many times per second the screen is refreshed (redrawn) To avoid flickering, the refresh rate should be at least 72 Hz (refresh)
  19. Periodic energizing required to maintain the display luminence of a computer screen (refresh)
  20. refreshes a list of records Used mostly after updating or creating a new record so that to see the record in the list (refresh)
  21. Periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory (refresh)
  22. The process of rewriting, recharging or updating the data sent to a specific device, such as a monitor or RAM (refresh)
  23. 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 (refresh)
  24.   To reproduce, repeatedly, a display image on a display surface, so that the image remains visible (refresh)
  25. 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 (refresh)
  26. to copy digital information from one long-term storage medium to another (refresh)
  27. 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 (refresh)
  28. refresh one's memory; "I reviewed the material before the test" (refresh)
  29. make (to feel) fresh; "The cool water refreshed us" (refresh)
  30. become or make oneself fresh again; "She freshened up after the tennis game" (refresh)


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