compactly

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الإنجليزية - التركية
küçük/sıkı bir şekilde
hard
{s} çetin

Tom her zaman iş başında çetin. - Tom is always hard at work.

Tom bizim en çetin işçilerimizden biridir. - Tom is one of our hardest workers.

hard
{s} katı

Ben yumurtayı katı kaynattım. - I hard-boiled an egg.

O, yumurtalarını katı haşlanmış seviyor. - She likes her eggs hard-boiled.

hard
{s} zor

Seni anlamak gerçekten çok zor. - Understanding you is really very hard.

Yabancı dil öğrenmek zordur. - It's hard to learn a foreign language.

compact
kompakt,v.sıkıştır: adj.yoğun
compact
{f} sıkılaştırmak
compact
anlaşma
compact
yoğunlaştırmak
compact
{i} küçük araba
compact
sıkı

Tom'un bir çöp sıkıştırıcısı var. - Tom has a trash compactor.

compact
pudra kutusu
hard
büyük bir gayretle
compact
{i} pudralık
compact
yoğun
compact
sözlü anlaşma
compact
derli toplu
compact
modüler olmayan
compact
(Havacılık) yekpare
compact
(Bilgisayar) düzenle
compact
kip
compact
aralıksız
compact
pekiştirmek
compact
(Havacılık) komprime
compact
derlitoplu
compact
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştır

Tom'un bir çöp sıkıştırıcısı var. - Tom has a trash compactor.

compact
sık

Tom'un bir çöp sıkıştırıcısı var. - Tom has a trash compactor.

hard
tıkız
hard
acımasız

O acımasız öğretmenin bugün bize zor bir test vereceğinden oldukça eminim. - I'm pretty sure that that mean teacher will give us a hard test today.

Kader bana acımasız bir ders verdi. - Fate taught me a hard lesson.

hard
aşırı ölçüde
hard
güçlükle

Tom tekrar yüzmeye gitme fırsatını güçlükle bekleyebiliyordu. - Tom could hardly wait for the chance to go swimming again.

Tom Mary'yi görmek için güçlükle bekleyebiliyordu. - Tom could hardly wait to see Mary.

compact
küçük/kısa/sıkı
compact
küçük otomobil
compact
anlaşma yapmak
compact
küçük

Ben klimalı küçük bir araba istiyorum. - I want a compact car with an air conditioner.

Küçük bir araba kiralamak istiyorum. - I'd like to rent a compact car.

compact
sıkıca paketlenmiş
compact
özlü
compact
sözleşme
compact
antlaşma
compact
az yer kaplayan
compact
kısa
hard
büyük gayretle
hard
çok

O çok çalışan bir öğrencidir. - She is a student who studies very hard.

Övgü öğrencileri çok çalışmaya teşvik eder. - Praise stimulates students to work hard.

hard
zalim
hard
çok miktarda
hard
merhametsiz
compact
küçültülmüş
compact
sıkıştır(mak)
compact
kompakt

Kompakt çamaşır makineleri boyutlarından dolayı pahalıdır. - Compact washing machines are expensive for their size.

hard
{s} güç, zor, çetin
compact
(Tıp) Kompres
compact
tazyikle yoğunlaştırmak
compact
ince taneli
compact
{i} oto. küçük araba
compact
kısa özlü
compact
{s} öz
compact
{f} sıkıştırmak
compact
(Tıp) Tıkız, kesif, kompakt, compactus
compact
(Mac) modüler olmayan
compact
anlaşma yap
compact
kesif
compact
(Nükleer Bilimler) tıkız
compact
pudri
compact
of ile mürekkep
compact
anlaşma/pudralık
compact
{f} sözleşmek
compact
anlaşmak
compact
pudriyer
compact
sözleşme yapmak
compact
{s} kısa ve etkili (anlatım)
hard
{s} şiddetli

Yağmur iyi ve şiddetli yağıyordu. - It was raining good and hard.

Bu gece şiddetli yağmur yağıyor. - It's raining hard tonight.

hard
büyük

Büyükannem biraz ağır işitir. Yani hafifçe sağırdır. - My grandmother is hard of hearing. In other words she is slightly deaf.

Birçok büyük insan gençliklerinde zorluklardan geçmişlerdir. - Many great men went through hardship during their youth.

hard
zorla

Yaşlı adam duymakta zorlanıyor. - The old man was hard of hearing.

Hayat bu günlerde zorlaşıyor. - Life is getting hard these days.

hard
{s} şiddetli, sert; çok
hard
yakın

Neredeyse hiç kimse bu hayvanı yakından görmedi. - Hardly anyone has seen this animal up close.

Tom'un neredeyse hiç yakın arkadaşı yok. - Tom has hardly any close friends.

hard
{s} ağır

Çok çalışıyorsun. Bir süre ağırdan al. - You are working too hard. Take it easy for a while.

Kendini ağırdan satan kızlardan hoşlanmam. - I don't like girls who play hard to get.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{a} firmly, closely, neatly
taking up no more space than necessary; "liquid food compactly stored in a pressurized tank" in a compact manner or state; "The children were packed compactly into the car
In a compact manner
taking up no more space than necessary; "liquid food compactly stored in a pressurized tank"
In a compact manner; with close union of parts; densely; tersely
in compact form; in condensed or concentrated form
in a compact manner or state; "The children were packed compactly into the car
hard

The lake had finally frozen hard.

compact
Such that every open cover of the given set has a finite subcover
compact
Such that every exhaustion of it by (overlapping) open balls has the property that some finitely many of those balls will also cover it
compact
A small folding mirror containing powder that fits into a woman's purse or handbag
compact
Closed and bounded

A set S of real numbers is called compact if every sequence in S has a subsequence that converges to an element again contained in S.

compact
Closely packed, i.e. packing much in a small space
compact
To make more dense; to compress
compact
Having the smallest perimeter Two districts may have the same area but irregular objects will have a longer perimeter than more regular (square or round) objects Tracts are predefined by the Census Bureau and tend to follow irregular geographic or county boundaries The Centroid Proximate method ensures that the district will have the fewest irregularities, and thus be more compact Jump: Geometric Criteria
compact
{v} to join together, to league with
compact
{a} firm, close, solid, stout, brief, exact
compact
a small and economical car
compact
{n} a contract, bargain, set agreement
compact
ghana
compact
An object produced by the compression of metal powder, generally while confined in a die, with or without the inclusion of nonmetallic constituents Synonymous with Briquet
compact
A small folding mirror containing powder that fits into a womans purse or handbag
compact
COMmercial Product ACquisition Team
compact
To thrust, drive, or press closely together; to join firmly; to consolidate; to make close; as the parts which compose a body
compact
v to make something smaller by arranging particles in a tighter pattern, reducing among between particles
compact
Composed or made; with of
compact
make more compact by or as if by pressing; "compress the data"
compact
approval Compact things are small or take up very little space. You use this word when you think this is a good quality. my compact office in Washington. the new, more compact Czech government. + compactness com·pact·ness The very compactness of the cottage made it all the more snug and appealing
compact
An agreement between states apportioning the water of a river basin to each of the signatory states
compact
Default forum format that will show a brief view of message heirarchy (showing placement of messages and replies) Compact displays show only the Author, Subject, and Date, and a user must select a post to view the actual message
compact
as in "compact experience": perception of reality as composed of aspects not yet distinguished Contrast "differentiated"
compact
a small cosmetics case with a mirror; to be carried in a woman's purse
compact
Example of Car: Opel Astra, Covered Hatchback, 4 Seats
compact
Closely or firmly united, as the particles of solid bodies; firm; close; solid; dense
compact
heavy and compact in form or stature; "a wrestler of compact build"; "he was tall and heavyset"; "stocky legs"; "a thick middle-aged man"; "a thickset young man
compact
(InterChange): to transform the ordered stack of Daedalus InterChange contributions (short files containing the participant's name and response) into a single text file, readable with a conventional word processor; until the InterChange is compacted, the conference consists of a set of proprietarily ordered and formatted files sitting in the InterChange folder on the classroom file server Compacting a conference can effectively stop the InterChange session; in newer versions of Daedalus, only the instructor can compact conferences
compact
Used when a wine is intense, but not full
compact
{s} pressed tightly together; fitted into a small space; dense; condensed; consolidated; concise
compact
closely crowded together; "a compact shopping center"; "a dense population"; "thick crowds"
compact
closely and firmly united or packed together; "compact soil"; "compact clusters of flowers"
compact
Closed and bounded; having a finite subcover for every open cover
compact
Having all necessary features fitting neatly into a small space
compact
Brief; close; pithy; not diffuse; not verbose; as, a compact discourse
compact
Storage area for less used materials Items in Compact can be retrieved by Circulation staff
compact
compress into a wad; "wad paper into the box"
compact
Attribute associated with definition lists Used when short terms are being defined
compact
a signed written agreement between two or more parties (nations) to perform some action
compact
To compact something means to press it so that it becomes more solid. The Smith boy was compacting the trash The soil settles and is compacted by the winter rain. = compress. compact disc read only memory compact disc Mayflower Compact
compact
A compact person is small but strong. He was compact, probably no taller than me
compact
Joined or held together; leagued; confederated
compact
A compact cassette, camera, or car is a small type of cassette, camera, or car
compact
An agreement or contract
compact
  See data compaction
compact
Force a full garbage collection Sending this method to Smalltalk is deprecated; send it to ObjectMemory instead
compact
An agreement between parties; a covenant or contract
compact
Closely packed
compact
a small cosmetics case with a mirror; to be carried in a woman's purse a small and economical car have the property of being packable or compactable or of compacting easily; "This powder compacts easily"; "Such odd-shaped items do not pack well"
compact
A contract between states of the union, entered into with the consent of the national government, and in water, defining the relative rights of two or more states on an interstate stream to use the waters of that stream (Rice (1991))
compact
To unite or connect firmly, as in a system
compact
Compacts are contracts among community leaders to work to initiate and sustain local educational reform Compact representatives may include community decisionmakers, school superintendents, college presidents, and heads of business organizations as well as principals, teachers, parents and unions Compacts provide a structure of mutual accountability because all participants agree to work together and separately to support group goals Efforts on the part of compact members may include creating employment opportunities for student, helping to restructure educational systems, and providing local labor market information
compact
squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
compact
A contract between states that is ratified by those states' legislatures and by the U S Congress The contract controls the division of water in a river system that flows across state boundaries
compact
A product manufactured by mechanical compression of metal fines or powder into an engineered die to produce a desired shape
compact
{i} pact, agreement; small folding cosmetic mirror; small car
compact
{f} pack tightly together, condense; closely combine, consolidate; form, make up; contract together, form an agreement
compact
briefly giving the gist of something; "a short and compendious book"; "a compact style is brief and pithy"; "succinct comparisons"; "a summary formulation of a wide-ranging subject"
compact
the portion of the rules (re)writable by in-game characters Each Cycle of Worlorn has a different book; Comedy has the Rules of the Game; History has the Ardouin Grimoire (a commercial gaming system), Dreams has the Book of Ells (L’s or laws, for those of you who care), and the Cycle of Dance has the Book of the New Day Astronomy’s book is lost
compact
Short and dense
compact
have the property of being packable or compactable or of compacting easily; "This powder compacts easily"; "Such odd-shaped items do not pack well"
compactly

    الواصلة

    com·pact·ly

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ k&m-'pakt, käm-', 'k& ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, firmly put together, from Latin compactus, from past participle of compingere to put together, from com- + pangere to fasten; more at PACT.

    كلمة اليوم

    manitou
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