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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} çingene erkeği
i., bilg. Read-Only Memory
{i} roman

Kökeni ne olursa olsun, Sevgililer Günü'nün uzun ve romantik bir öyküsü vardır. - Whatever the origin is, Valentine's Day has had a long and romantic history.

Birkaç yıl önce Romanya'yı ziyaret ettim. - I visited Romania a few years ago.

(Askeri) salt okunur bellek; tahmini sipariş miktarı (read-only memory; rough order of magnitude)
bk. Read Only Memory
(Bilgisayar) salt okunur bellek sob
boot rom
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme rom'u
background rom
önceliksiz rom
cd rom
cd rom
cd rom drive
cd rom sürücü
cd rom player
cd rom okuyucu
cd-rom drive
cd-rom sürücü
cd rom
cd rom drive
cd-rom sürücü
cd rom player
cd-rom okuyucu
erasable programmable ROM
silinir programlanir salt oku bellek
system rom breakpoint
Sistem Rom Breakpoint
Türkçe - Türkçe
şeker kamışından şeker yapılırken elde edilen öz suyun,melas ve artıkların mayalandırılarak kurutulmasıyla elde edilen alkollü sert içki
çingenelerin oluşturduğu üç gruptan biri
Şeker kamışından şeker yapılırken elde edilen öz suyun, melas ve artıkların mayalandırılarak kurutulmasıyla elde edilen alkollü sert içki
şeker kamışından yapılan bir içki
şekerkamışından elde edilen sert bir içki
şeker kamışından elde edilen alkollü sert bir içki
İngilizce - İngilizce
read-only memory
A software image of read-only memory (as of a game cartridge) used in emulation
{} Rough Order of Magnitude. An informal cost or price estimate typically provided for planning and budgeting purposes only. Typically a ROM estimate is expected to be only 75% accurate
Return on Margin
Range of Motion
The ethnic designation used by the Romani people from Eastern Europe
A male member of the Romani people, who is married and considered respectable amongst the family
range within with a joint can be flexed and extended (measured in degrees)
{i} nonvolatile memory containing permanently inscribed data that cannot be supplemented changed or deleted (Computers)
ROM is the permanent part of a computer's memory. The information stored there can be read but not changed. ROM is an abbreviation for `read-only memory'. see also CD-ROM. Memory hardware that allows fast access to permanently stored data but prevents addition to or modification of the data. Printing. roman. read-only memory the part of a computer where permanent instructions and information are stored RAM. in full read-only memory Form of computer memory that does not lose its contents when the power supply is cut off and that is not rewritable once it is manufactured or written. It is generally employed for programs designed for repeated use without modification, such as the start-up procedures of a personal computer; the ROM is used for storing the program used in the control unit of the computer. See also CD-ROM, compact disc. or Gypsy plural Roma Any member of a people originating in northern India but now living worldwide, principally in Europe. Most speak Romany in addition to the local language. It is thought that Roma groups left India in successive migrations, reaching western Europe by the 15th century. In the 20th century they spread to North and South America and Australia. Because of their often nomadic and marginalized lives, population figures are largely guesswork; estimates in the early 21st century range from two to three million. They have often been persecuted and harassed; the Nazis killed about 400,000 Roma in extermination camps. How many Roma retain a nomadic lifestyle is unclear, but those that migrate do so at least seasonally along patterned routes that ignore national boundaries. They pursue occupations compatible with a nomadic life. In the past they were often livestock traders, tinkers, fortune-tellers, and entertainers; today they are often car mechanics, auto-body repairmen, and workers in traveling circuses and amusement parks. Confederations of 10-100 families elect chieftains for life, but their title is not heritable. Women are organized as a group within the confederation and represented by a senior woman. Modern Roma culture faces erosion from urban influences; integrated housing, economic independence, and intermarriage with non-Roma have weakened Roma law. CD ROM gypsy moth Lee Gypsy Rose
A member of the Roma people
Read-Only Memory: This is a computer's unchangeable memory It's used to store programs that start the computer and run diagnostic functions Back to Top
Read-only memory, that is, memory that cannot be written
Acronym for read-only memory, computer memory on which data has been prerecorded Once data has been written onto a ROM chip, it cannot be removed and can only be read Unlike main memory (RAM), ROM retains its contents even when the computer is turned off ROM is referred to as being nonvolatile, whereas RAM is volatile Flash ROM is increasingly popular over ROM due to the easy ability to upgrade quickly
Read Only Memory; a special type of memory used to store programs that start a computer and do diagnostics Data stored in ROM can only be read and cannot be removed even when your computer is turned off Most personal computers have only a few thousand bytes of ROM Contrast to RAM (random access or main memory) which is the amount of memory available for use by programs on your computer
Read-Only Memory Any type of memory which cannot be readily rewritten A memory that cannot be altered in the normal use of a computer; usually used to store information permanently, such as firmware programs
Read Only Memory; memory that can be read but not updated or changed Memory that is nonvolatile and does not disappear when power is shut off Commonly used in computers and CD formats such as CD-ROMs
Read-only Memory Refers to computer memory in which data or programs have been permanently encoded and which can be accessed but not altered For example, a CD-ROM is a compact disc onto which digital information has been "burned", and the contents of most CD-ROM disc cannot be altered without special equipment
(Read Only Memory) a usually small computer memory that contains special-purpose information (as a program) which cannot be altered
Read Only Memory Permanent information contained on a memory chip The machine can read from those chips, but cannot write to them A small amount of ROM (called the bootstrap loader) is necessary to start the cold boot process
(Read Only Memory): The portion of memory that cannot be altered and is used for storing permanent information
Read-only memory A semiconductor-based memory system that stores information permanently and does not lose its contents when power is switched off ROMs are used for firmware, such as the BIOS used in the PC; and in some portable computers, application programs and even the operating system are being stored in ROM
Read Only Memory Portion of computing machinery where information is encoded and cannot be changed Compact Discs are said to be ROM since most computers cannot write to them
An abbreviation for Read Only Memory ROM is used to hold programs and data that must survive when the computer is turned off Because ROM is non-volatile; data in ROM will remain unchanged the next time the computer is turned back on As the name implies, data cannot be easily written to ROM; depending on the technology used in the ROM, writing may require special hardware, or may be impossible A computer's BIOS may be stored in ROM
Read Only Memory Memory that permanantly stores DATA, even when a computer is switched off Usually used to store information that seldom changes like the BIOS settings
Read Only Memory Data cannot be stored in this type of memory, but instead it usually contains programs or other information that does not disappear when the computer is turned off
Stands for Read-Only Memory This is memory and information that cannot be changed
Read Only Memory Memory which holds programs and data which can not be changed, and maintains its data without power Generically, these cover PROMs, EPROMs, EEPROMs, etc , but often, it means specifically mask-programmed ROMs These ROMs are very cheap, but they require huge quantities of identical chips, for the program is actually encoded in the masks which are used to fabricate the ROMs Mask-programmed ROMs have virtually fallen out of existance, which is unfortunate, as they are one of the only truely permanent storage mediums, but only only standard setting manufacturers (IBM, Apple) could normally justify the setup-costs and permanence of design of mask-programmed ROMs -S- SCSI: Small Computer Systems Interface A popular interface used to attach "small" computers to devices such as hard disks, tape drives, CD-ROM and other mass storage devices, scanners, and less commonly, printers, termiunals, and other devices See also Wide SCSI, Ultra SCSI
(computer science) memory whose contents can be accessed and read but cannot be changed
Read Only Memory A portion of memory that can only be read and cannot be used for data storage ROM retains its contents when you turn off the printer
(Read Only Memory) Memory whose contents may be read but not changed Used for storing firmware and remains even when the computer''s power is off
Read Only Memory; permanent memory used to store permanent programs
Read Only Memory Computer memory, usually involving some enduring medium like a silicon chip or a burnt laser disc which can be read but not altered; this is inconvenient when the data can change and, just to be confusing, some special ROMs can be modified under certain circumstances cf RAM
An acronym for Read Only Memory -- a permanent memory, the contents of which can be read, but not altered
Read Only Memory
An abbreviation used for the book of Romans, an epistle in the New Testament of the Bible
rom com
A romantic comedy
compact disk - read only memory
CD-ROM drive
A device for reading data from a CD-ROM
CD-ROM drives
plural form of CD-ROM drive
Digital Versatile Disc|Digital Versatile Disc]] read-only memory; a DVD whose contents can be read but not written
Giga disk read-only memory: a proprietary optical disc format, resembling a CD-ROM but with higher storage capacity, used by certain game consoles
CD ROM changer
machine which automatically loads compact discs
CD ROM drive
drive which reads compact discs
CD ROM interface
interface for sound cards which allows the direct connection of a compact disc drive
A CD-ROM is a CD on which a very large amount of information can be stored and then read using a computer. CD-ROM is an abbreviation for `compact disc read-only memory'. The collected Austen novels on CD-ROM will cost £35. in full compact disc read-only memory Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser). A CD-ROM drive uses a low-power laser beam to read digitized (binary) data that have been encoded onto an optical disc in the form of tiny pits, then feeds the data to a computer for processing. Because it uses digital data, a CD-ROM can store images and sound in addition to text and is thus used in video and audio devices to store music, graphics, and movies (see compact disc). Unlike conventional magnetic-storage technologies (e.g., hard disks), CD-ROM drives cannot write information (that is, accept the input of new data), hence the tag "read-only." Recordable compact discs (called CD-R) must be written on a CD-R recorder and can be played on any CD-ROM drive
CD-ROM drive
A CD-ROM drive is the device that you use with a computer to play CD-ROMs
(Computers) first standard for DVD disks, type of optical disk that is similar to a CD-ROM but offers far greater storage capacity (4.7 gigabytes and higher)
cd rom
A kind of optical storage device used by computers to store vast amounts of data
cd rom
- Compact Disc Read Only Memory - a disc containing digital and/or graphic data read by a laser beam
cd rom
A Compact Disk with Read-Only Memory A kind of optical storage device (medium) used by computers to store vast amounts of data
cd rom
A disk that can store much more data than a floppy disk; also the hardware used to read that disk Most hardware can only read the data, not change it or add to it
cd rom
An optical secondary memory medium, which stores binary information similar to a musical compact disc
cd rom
n Compact Disk Read Only Memory A storage medium based on the digital music recording specification There are two basic specifications, High Sierra, and ISO 9660, which may be made interoperable with the Rock Ridge extensions
cd rom
A portable disk that stores large amounts of information such as course work, reference materials or games
cd rom
A compact disc is a polycarbonate with one or more metal layers capable of storing digital information The most prevalent types of compact discs are those used by the music industry to store digital recordings and CD-ROMs used to store computer data
cd rom
A plastic disc which contains information that can be read using a Laser beam Can hold 650Megabytes of data A standard CD is read only (you can't alter the data on the disc) But there are new CDs that you can write to once (called CD-R) and even a CD that you can use than delete then use again (called CD-RW) See Optical Disc, DVD
cd rom
A CD disc with computer data on it, like an audio CD
cd rom
A memory format Miniature recordable CD discs with a capacity of 256MB Not in widespread use at the moment, but this format is being rapidly adopted
cd rom
  Abbreviation for compact disk read-only memory   An optical digital storage device, of high capacity, capable of being read from but not written to
cd rom
CDROM, compact disc which can only be read (and not written on), CD (Computers)
cd rom
Known by its abbreviation, CD, a compact disc is a polycarbonate with one or more metal layers capable of storing digital information The most prevalent types of compact discs are those used by the music industry to store digital recordings and CD-ROMs used to store computer data Both of these types of compact disc are read-only, which means that once the data has been recorded onto them, they can only be read, or played Another type of compact disc, called CD-Rs and CD_RWs, can have their data erased and overwritten by new data Currently, erasable optical storage is too slow to be used as a computer's main storage facility, but as the speed improves and the cost comes down, optical storage devices are becoming a popular alternative to tape systems as a backup method
cd rom
CD ROM stands for Compact Disk Read-Only Memory CD ROMs store and read massive amounts of information on a removable disk platter or solid state storage chip Unlike the data on hard drives and diskettes, data on CD ROMs can only be read--not altered--by the user Also called "firmware "
cd rom
Compact Disc Read-Only Memory-a technology that is a format and system for storing and retrieving electronic information on a compact disc that is read using an optical drive
cd rom
A "read only" disk which can be displayed on your computer CD Roms contain 650 megabytes of data
cd rom
An electronic storage medium commonly used for storing database information
cd rom
Compact disc read-only memory, a 12 cm diameter high-capacity storage and transfer medium shipped with data that cannot be changed
cd rom
Compact Disc containing computer data Now in common use for the transmission of address and other data files Normally contains 650 megabytes of data
cd rom
compact laser disk read only memory, holds up to about 650Mb of data and programs which can be read into the computer but not updated
cd rom
Er iddynt gael eu defnyddio’n wreiddiol ar gyfer storio a chwarae cerddoriaeth, defnyddir CDau bellach i storio symiau enfawr o ddata cyfrifiadurol Maent yn llawer mwy hwylus, ac yn rhoi amserau cyrchu llawer cyflymach, na disgiau hyblyg Gall un CD ddal oddeutu 680MB o ddata (rhyw 200,000 tudalen o wybodaeth), tra bod disg hyblyg yn dal 1 44MB
(Compact Disc - Read Only Memory) - plastic discs with a reflective metal coating which are read by a small laser beam They are similar to audio compact discs The differences lie in the way that the signals are processed after being read CD-ROMs may contain audio, but they are primarily used for text Many sources of information are now available on CD-ROM Compare with online
(Compact Disk Read-Only Memory) A computer technology which allows information to be stored on a compact disk and accessed through a microcomputer
Compact Disk Read Only Memory
Compact Disk Read Only Memory A storage medium Data are "stamped" onto the disk during the manufacturing process The disk is read-only
Computer-readable information on compact disks Farrell Library has a number of reference services on CD-ROM A CD-ROM drive (reader) is a component of most multimedia systems and most modern software is delivered on CD-ROM 50X is the current standard for CD drives The number refers to the speed at which data can be read from the drive
Compact Disc Read Only Memory A 3 5in disc that can store upto 650MB of data Once written by the manufacturer, the contents of a CD-ROM are permannent and cannot be altered Read using a CD-ROM drive
(Compact Disk - Read Only Memory) - A computer storage medium which can store large amounts of information; generally used to distribute software or multi-media for use on computers with CD-ROM drives CD-ROM disks look just like music CDs, and cannot be altered by a user
Abbreviation for Compact Disk-Read Only Memory Sometimes called a compact disk; storage devices for databases that are accessed by microcomputer
Compact Disk-Read Only Memory An information technology used for storing and reading large amounts of information which is accessed through a computer CD-ROMs look like the compact discs from a music store; but instead of storing music, they store text and other data
Compact Disk-Read Only Memory, a storage medium popular in modern computers One CD-ROM can hold 600 MB of data
Pronounced see-dee-rom, abbreviation of Compact Disc-Read-Only Memory A type of optical disk capable of storing large amounts of data -- up to 1GB, although the most common size is 650MB (megabytes) A single CD-ROM has the storage capacity of 700 floppy disks, enough memory to store about 300,000 text pages CD-ROMs are stamped by the vendor, and once stamped, they cannot be erased and filled with new data To read a CD, you need a CD-ROM player All CD-ROMs conform to a standard size and format, so you can load any type of CD-ROM into any CD-ROM player In addition, CD-ROM players are capable of playing audio CDs, which share the same technology CD-ROMs are particularly well-suited to information that requires large storage capacity This includes color large software applications, graphics, sound, and especially video
Compact Disk - Read-Only Memory, uses essentially the same technology as an audio CD in order to store large amounts of information in a very compact format
Compact Disk-Read Only Memory A computer-based device for storage of information A personal computer and a CD player are needed to read the information
Compact Disc - Read Only Memory An optimal disc that is used to store text, graphics and audio data for computer applications The contents may not be changed or rewritten
Compact Disc-Read Only Memory A compact disc formatted for data storage Most CD-ROMs can store 650 megabytes of data
An abbreviation of the term Compact Disc, Read Only Memory (A Compact Disc used to store digital data, such as large programs, that can be read by a computer)
A read-only-memory compact disk, used to store printed information such as periodical indexes This disk is used with computer
Compact Disc-Read Only Memory A compact disc having programs, data,and other information for computer applications
a compact disk that is used with a computer (rather than with an audio system); a large amount of digital information can be stored and accessed but it cannot be altered by the user
A computer disk that can store large amounts of information and is generally used on computers with CD-ROM drives
A memory disc for computers that holds 550 megabytes of data CD-ROM can be used to store computer programs, databases, books, video, pictures and sound These media are stored on the same disc to create "multimedia" information and playback
Compact Disk, Read-Only Memory A type of storage device that looks just like an audio CD and stores as much data as a large hard disk (600MB), making it a popular means of distributing fonts, photos, electronic encyclopedias, games, and multimedia offerings As the name indicates, however, you can't save or change files on a CD-ROM, only read them Pronounced see-dee rom
stands for Compact Disc Read-Only Memory A small plastic disk, similar to audio compact disks, used for storing information in digital format The information is read from the disk by a small laser beam and displayed on a computer screen
Compact Disc - Read Only Memory
Compact Disk, Read Only Memory; a high-capacity secondary storage medium Information contained on a CD is read-only Special CD-ROM mastering equipment available in the OIT Multimedia Lab can be reserved for creating new CDs
cd-rom drive
a drive that is connected to a computer and on which a CD-ROM can be `played'
flash rom
non-volatile memory that can be used as a substitute for storage on the hard drive
Türkçe - İngilizce

Tom opened the bottle of rum and poured some into a glass. - Tom rom şişesini açtı ve bir bardağa biraz döktü.

Did I put too much rum in your drink? - İçkine çok mu rom kattım?

rum (a liquor)
rom ile yapılan bir tür içki
rom ve limonlu koktely
cd-rom sürücüsü
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom drive
cd-rom başarım verisi
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom performance data
cd-rom başlığı
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom title
cd-rom denetleyicileri
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom controllers
cd-rom disk
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom disc
cd-rom diski
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom disc
cd-rom için ses denetimi
(Bilgisayar) volume control for cd-rom
cd-rom sesi
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom volume
cd-rom sessiz
(Bilgisayar) cd-rom mute
salt okunur yoğunteker cd-rom
(Bilgisayar) compact disk-read only memory
salt okunur yoğunteker cd-rom
(Bilgisayar) compact disc read-only memory



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    [ 'rOm ] (noun.) 1841. From Romani Rom.

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