alternating

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İngilizce - Türkçe
münavebeli
birbirini izleyen
{f} değiş
{s} alternatif

Bir alçak basınç alanı rüzgar ve yağmur alternatifi ile İskandinavya'nın tümünü kapsar. - A low pressure area covers all of Scandinavia with alternating wind and rain.

{s} dalgalı
değişen
alternate
{f} sıra ile yapmak
alternate
{f} değişimli olarak yapmak
alternate
değişimli
alternating current
alternatif akım
alternating current
dalgalı akım
alternating current bias
alternatif akım öngerilimi
alternating current bridge
alternatif akım köprüsü
alternating current coupling
alternatif akım kuplajı
alternating current generator
alternatif akım jeneratörü
alternating current transformer
alternatif akım transformatörü
alternating current transmission
alternatif akım iletimi
alternating gradient focusing
değişken kademeli odaklama
alternating gradient synchrotron
alternatif kademeli sinkrotron
alternating load
alternatif yük
alternating serie
alterne seri
alternating stress
alternatif gerilme
alternating crunch
(Spor) Sırasıyla sağ ve sol dize doğru yapılan mekik çekme hareketi
alternating current motor
akım motor alternatif
alternating current
(AC) Alternatif Akım
alternating current
elek. almaşık akım
alternating feeder
(Tekstil) alternatif besleyici
alternating field
almasan alan
alternating function
almasik islev
alternating mark inversion
(AMİ) almasan evirmeli kodlama
alternating motion
(Tekstil) alternatif hareket
alternating mouvement
(Tekstil) alternatif hareket
alternating power
almasan guc
alternating series
almasik seri
alternating spinning machine
(Tekstil) alternatif büküm makinesi
alternating voltage
alternatif gerilim
alternate
alternatif

Kitaplar benim alternatif gerçekliğimdir. - Books are my alternate reality.

Ben alternatif bir plan önerebilir miyim? - I may suggest an alternate plan?

alternate
birbiri ardından gelen
alternate
{s} birbirini izleyen
alternate
vekil
alternate
(Bilgisayar) yedek
alternate
birbiri ardına gelen
alternate
(Bilgisayar) seçenek
alternate
(Bilgisayar) farklı

Kitabın farklı sayfalarında resimler vardır. - There are pictures on alternate pages of the book.

alternate
yerini alabilen
alternate
başka
alternate
mütenavip
alternate
(Bilgisayar) almaşık yedek
alternate
(Bilgisayar) değiştir
alternate
(Bilgisayar) sağa sola kaydır
alternate
{f} birbirini izlemek
alternate
nöbetleşe yapmak
alternate
değişke
alternate
varyant
alternate
(Bilgisayar) diğer
alternate
yardımcı
alternate
sırayla olan
alternate
sırayla yapmak
alternate
(Bilgisayar) iki taraftan
alternate
almaşmak
alternate
değişik
alternate
münavebeli
alternate
{f} takip et
alternate
{i} almaşık
alternate
bir o
alternate
bir öteki
alternate
karşılıklı
alternate
{f} değiş
alternate
(Jeoloji) ardalanmak
Active Component; aircraft commander; alternating current
(Askeri) Faal Unsur; uçak komutanı; alternatif akım
alternate
{f} birbirini takip etmek
alternate
değişmeli
alternate
{f} değiştirmek
alternate
her iki günde bir
alternate
sırayla değiş
alternate
{f} değişmek
alternate
{f} -i nöbetleşe/sırayla yapmak
alternate
{f} değiş: adj.yardımcı
alternate
{i} başkasının yerine geçebilen kimse, yedek
alternate
{f} -in birbirini sırayla izlemesini sağlamak; (with) birbirini sırayla izlemek/takip etmek: In her speech
alternate
karşılık
alternate
alternating current dalgalı akım
alternate
{s} birbirini sırayla izleyen (şeyler)
alternate
{s} (Botanik) almaşık, alternatif
alternate
muavin
alternate
birbir öteki
alternate
dönüşümlü

Biz odayı dönüşümlü olarak temizledik. - We alternated in cleaning the room.

alternate
(fiil)kil, muavin
alternate
değişerek oluşan
alternate
münavebe ile birbirini takip etmek veya ettirmek
volts, alternating current
(Askeri) değişen akım voltu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Having a planar diagram whose crossings alternate between "over" and "under" as one travels along the knot
that alternates
Present participle of alternate
Having terms that alternate between positive and negative
of a current that reverses direction at regular intervals; "alternating current
occurring by turns; first one and then the other; "alternating feelings of love and hate"
of a current that reverses direction at regular intervals; "alternating current"
{s} rotating, one after the other; interchanging; (Electricity) of a current that changes direction at regular fixed intervals
present participle of the verb to alternate
alternating current
an electric current in which the direction of flow of the electrons reverses periodically having an average of zero, with positive and negative values (with a frequency of 50 Hz in Europe, 60 Hz in the US, 400 Hz for airport lighting, and some others); especially such a current produced by a rotating generator or alternator
alternating currents
plural form of alternating current
alternating function
Any function in which the interchange of two independent variables changes the sign of the dependent variable
alternating knot
A knot that has a knot diagram in which, in traveling along the knot, one passes through intersections alternatingly: over, under, over, under, etc
Alternating current
Electrical current which reverses direction regularly (60 hertz, or cycles per second, in the US) As opposed to DC or direct current which does not reverse direction
Alternating current
A type of electrical current, the direction of which is reversed at regular intervals or cycles; in the U S the standard is 120 reversals or 60 cycles per second; typically abbreviated as AC
Alternating current
Electrical current (flow of electrons) in which the direction of flow is reversed at constant intervals, such as 60 cycles per second
Alternating current
An electric current that reverses direction in a periodic manner Most electrical power systems generate ac with a frequency of 50 or 60 cycles per second See also polyphase AC
Alternating current
Electric current that continually reverses its direction It is expressed in cycles per second (hertz or Hz)
Alternating current
A flow of electricity which reaches maximum in one direction, decreases to zero, then reverses itself and reaches maximum in the opposite direction The cycle is repeated continuously The number of cycles per second is equal to the frequency
Alternating current
Electrical current which periodically reverses direction, usually several times per second
Alternating current
== Electrical current which periodically reverses direction
Alternating current
An electric current that reverses its direction at regularly recurring intervals
Alternating current
An electric current or voltage that reverses direction of flow periodically, as contrasted to direct current, and has alternately positive and negative values Most electricity used in the U S today is alternating current
Alternating current
An electric current that reverses its direction at regular intervals
Alternating current
A type of electrical current in which the direction of the flow of electrons switches back and forth In the US, the current that comes from a wall outlet is alternating; it cycles back and forth sixty times each second The current that flows in a flashlight, on the other hand, is direct current (DC), which does not alternate
Alternating current
(AC) An electrical current that reverse its polarity or direction of flow at regular intervals AC is usually represented by a sine wave In the US, domestic wall plugs provide AC at 60 hertz, or 60 cycles persecond
Alternating current
Electric current in which the direction of flow is reversed at frequent intervals This is the current flow used in your home
Alternating current
current that reverses its direction at regular intervals, such as a common 115 volt circuit
Alternating current
an electric flow that reverses its direction at regular recurring intervals Each forward-backward motion interval is called a cycle Electric current in the United States alternates with a frequency of 60 hertz or cycles per second (See direct current) [return to top]
Alternating current
An electric current that reverses direction of flow at regular intervals and has alternately positive and negative values
Alternating current
(elec) An electric current that periodically reverses its direction The standard current used by utilities in the U S is 60 cycles per second; in Europe and other parts of the world it is 50 cycles per second Generally abbreviated as ac F - courant alternatif S - courriente continua
Alternating current
An electrical current that changes its direction of flow with a certain periodicity For example, 60-cycle AC is an electrical current that changes its direction of flow 60 times per second Also loosely used as a synonym for any current or field that varies with time
Alternating current
(AC); Electrical current that changes (or alternates) in magnitude and direction of the current at regular intervals
Alternating current
an electric current that reverses direction sinusoidally; "In the US most household current is AC at 60 cycles per second"
Alternating current
An electric current that cyclically reverses the direction of flow Frequency is the rate at which a full cycle occurs in one second
Alternating current
An electric current that reverses its direction (positive/negative values) at regular intervals See direct current
Alternating current
Abbreviation ac Electric current whose flow alternates in direction The number of times the current changes direction in one second is called the frequency The normal waveform of ac is sinusoidal
Alternating current
Electric current in which the direction of flow is reversed at frequent intervals--usually 100 or 120 times per second (50 or 60 cycles per second or 50//60 Hz)
Alternating current
Electric current whose flow alternates in direction The number of times the current changes direction in one second is called the frequency The usual waveform of ac is sinusoidal
alternating current
An alternating current is an electric current that continually changes direction as it flows. The abbreviation AC is also used. AC a flow of electricity that changes direction regularly and quickly direct current. Flow of electric charge that reverses periodically, unlike direct current. It starts from zero, grows to a maximum, decreases to zero, reverses, reaches a maximum in the opposite direction, returns again to zero, and repeats the cycle indefinitely. The time taken to complete one cycle is called the period (see periodic motion), and the number of cycles per second is the frequency; the maximum value in either direction is the current's amplitude. Low frequencies (50-60 cycles per second) are used for domestic and commercial power, but frequencies of around 100 million cycles per second (100 megahertz) are used in television and of several thousand megahertz in radar and microwave communication. A major advantage of alternating current is that the voltage can be increased and decreased by a transformer for more efficient transmission over long distances. Direct current cannot use transformers to change voltage. See also electric current
alternating current
electric current which periodically reverses direction
alternating current
A current which periodically changes or reverses its direction of flow
alternating current
an electric current that reverses direction sinusoidally; "In the US most household current is AC at 60 cycles per second
alternating group
A group consisting of all possible even permutations of a given number of items
Alternating.
wax and wane

The manifestation of such philosophy seemed to wax and wane, being the most common one time, but virtually without followers at another, apparently disappearing.

alternate
To happen, succeed, or act by turns; to follow reciprocally in place or time;—followed by with

The flood and ebb tides alternate with each other.

alternate
Being or succeeding by turns; one following the other in succession of time or place; by turns first one and then the other; hence, reciprocal

And bid alternate passions fall and rise. -Alexander Pope.

alternate
Designating the members in a series, which regularly intervene between the members of another series, as the odd or even numbers of the numerals; every other; every second

the alternate members 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.

alternate
Other or alternative
alternate
Figures or tinctures that succeed each other by turns
alternate
To perform by turns, or in succession; to cause to succeed by turns; to interchange regularly
alternate
Distributed, as leaves, singly at different heights of the stem, and at equal intervals as respects angular divergence. --Gray
alternate
To vary by turns

The land alternates between rocky hills and sandy plains.

alternate
one chosen to act in place of another, in case of the absence or incapacity of that other
altern
{a} by turns, in succession
alternate
{v} to change or perform by turns
alternate
{a} by turns, in succession
Alternate
Alt
altern
Acting by turns; alternate
alternate
Arranged singly at different points along a stem or axis
alternate
single leaves placed alternately on either side of the stalk
alternate
allowing a choice; "an alternative plan
alternate
The system that provides availability for the IMS user when the active fails
alternate
Applies to a prelims/finals meet After the finalist are decided, the next two fastest swimmers are designated as alternates The faster is named first alternate, while the other is named second alternate If finalists cannot compete, the alternates are called to take their place, often on a moment's notice
alternate
allowing a choice; "an alternative plan"
alternate
The arrangement of leaves along a stem where consecutive leaves alternate along different sides of the stem Taken together, all of the leaves plus the stem lie in roughly the same geometric plane In winter (after leaf drop for deciduous plants), the arrangement can be determined by looking at the leaf scars or buds on the dormant twigs
alternate
occurring by turns; first one and then the other; "alternating feelings of love and hate"
alternate
someone who takes the place of another person
alternate
Designating the members in a series, which regularly intervene between the members of another series, as the odd or even numbers of the numerals; every other; every second; as, the alternate members 1, 3, 5, 7, etc
alternate
exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions
alternate
Leaves arranged singly along a twig or a shoot, and not in whorls or opposite pairs
alternate
said of leaves which are not opposite each other on the axis but are borne singly at regular intervals at different nodes; of flower parts when they are situated at intervals between other parts, e g , petals may be alternate with the sepals
alternate
When you alternate two things, you keep using one then the other. When one thing alternates with another, the first regularly occurs after the other. Her aggressive moods alternated with gentle or more co-operative states The three acts will alternate as headliners throughout the tour Now you just alternate layers of that mixture and eggplant The band alternated romantic love songs with bouncy dance numbers. + alternation alternations al·ter·na·tion The alternation of sun and snow continued for the rest of our holiday
alternate
usually refering to leaves, then a single leaf present at each node, (not opposite) The leaves of Abutilon indicum are alternate
alternate
Alternate is sometimes used, especially in American English, instead of alternative in meanings 3, 4, and
alternate
Potential word match for a segment of ink Alternates are generated by a recognizer and are based on acceptable matches of the ink or audio input against a dictionary, grammar set, or factoid See dictionary, grammar set, factoid Also see candidate
alternate
Distributed, as leaves, singly at different heights of the stem, and at equal intervals as respects angular divergence
alternate
A replacement of equal or greater value or function
alternate
n Structures arranged in two rows but not opposite These structures may include a spiral arrangement
alternate
attached singly on a stem; not opposite or whorled (see pictorial glossary)
alternate
leaves that are staggered or not placed directly across from each other on the twig
alternate
of leaves and branches etc; first on one side and then on the other in two ranks along an axis; not paired; "stems with alternate leaves"
alternate
Placed singly along a stem or axis, one after another, usually each successive item on a different side from the previous
alternate
read every alternate line
alternate
adj Unacceptable, but shielded by the aegis of political correctness
alternate
{f} interchange, take turns, rotate, substitute
alternate
Not opposite one another along the stem
alternate
To vary by turns; as, the land alternates between rocky hills and sandy plains
alternate
A substitute; an alternative; one designated to take the place of another, if necessary, in performing some duty
alternate
A substitute; one designated to take the place of another, if necessary, in performing some duty
alternate
If something happens on alternate days, it happens on one day, then happens on every second day after that. In the same way, something can happen in alternate weeks, years, or other periods of time. Lesley had agreed to Jim going skiing in alternate years
alternate
Goods/services that are not at least functionally equal in features, performance, or use of the brand, make, model, or specifications designated as the standard
alternate
An alternate is a person or thing that replaces another, and can act or be used instead of them. In most jurisdictions, twelve jurors and two alternates are chosen = substitute
alternate
be an understudy or alternate for a role
alternate
alternately leaves growing singly at nodes on either side of the stem anther pollen-producing organ, top part of the stamen axil the angle between a stem and a leaf or bract
alternate
Leaves placed singly one above the other, usually on alternate sides of the stem See drawing of leaf arrangements
alternate
Bud or leaf arrangement (singly) along a stem at spiraled intervals
alternate
indicates that the item identified in _item_related related_name is an alternative expression in terms of its application and attributes to the item in this definition
alternate
reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
alternate
do something in turns; "We take turns on the night shift"
alternate
an alternate lifestyle. if two things alternate, or if you alternate them, they happen one after the other in a repeated pattern alternate between
alternate
Alternate actions, events, or processes regularly occur after each other. They were streaked with alternate bands of colour. + alternately al·ter·nate·ly He could alternately bully and charm people
alternate
When used in reference to a flaked projectile or tool, alternate implies the opposite face of opposing edges was flaked
alternate
You use alternate to describe a plan, idea, or system which is different from the one already in operation and can be used instead of it. His group was forced to turn back and take an alternate route. = alternative
alternate
To happen, succeed, or act by turns; to follow reciprocally in place or time;-followed by with; as, the flood and ebb tides alternate with each other
alternate
A leaf arrangement in which the leaves along the axis are not opposite to each other and not whorled
alternate
every second one of a series; "the cleaning lady comes on alternate Wednesdays"; "jam every other day"- the White Queen
alternate
Leaves that are arranged singly at different heights on the stem Any arrangement that is not opposite or whorled
alternate
go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions
alternate
do something in turns; "We take turns on the night shift" go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions of leaves and branches etc; first on one side and then on the other in two ranks along an axis; not paired; "stems with alternate leaves" allowing a choice; "an alternative plan
alternate
Describes leaves or branches placed singly at different heights on either side of the stem or trunk
alternate
Other; or as common misuse when meaning alternative
alternate
That which alternates with something else; vicissitude
alternate
placed singly on stem and on opposite side from previous leaf
alternate
A proportion derived from another proportion by interchanging the means
alternate
go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions of leaves and branches etc; first on one side and then on the other in two ranks along an axis; not paired; "stems with alternate leaves"
alternate
{s} rotating, one after the other; interchanging
alternate
To happen, succeed, or act by turns; to follow reciprocally in place or time; followed by with; as, the flood and ebb tides alternate with each other
alternating

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