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الإنجليزية - التركية
derinliği olmayan yada ölçülemeyen
depth
{i} derinlik

Bence Dünya'nın derinliklerinde daha fazla altın olmalı. - I think there must be much gold in the depths of the Earth.

Hacimi hesaplamak için uzunluğu genişlikle ve derinlikle çarp. - To calculate the volume, multiply the length by the width by the depth.

depth
derinliği

Bu onun ailesine olan aşkının derinliğini gösterir. - It shows the depth of his love for his family.

O ailesi için sevgisinin derinliğini gösteriyor. - That shows the depth of his love for his family.

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derinli
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{i} derin yer
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ahlâk azlığı
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bilinçaltı
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dip
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en derin nokta
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öz nüve depths of degradation
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depth of winter kışın ortası
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karakış
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kep
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rezalet
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depths denizin derinlikleri
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depth charge su altındaki herhangi bir hedefe özellikle denizaltılara atılan patlayıcı madde
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(Askeri) DERİNLİK: Bir düzlem, nokta veya cismin bir deniz göl veya nehir yüzeyi altındaki düşey mesafesi
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Having no depth, or having a depth that is impossible to determine
Of measureless depth; unfathomable
Having no depth; shallow
{s} shallow; of unmeasurable depth
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The most severe part

in the depths of winter.

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A very remote part

In the depths of the night,.

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The distance between the front and the back, as the depth of a drawer or closet
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The total palette of available colors
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The deepest part. (Usually of a body of water.)

The burning ship finally sunk into the depths.

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The intensity, complexity, strength, seriousness or importance of an emotion, or situation

The depth of the crisis had been exaggerated.

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The vertical distance below a surface; the amount that something is deep

Measure the depth of the water in this part of the bay.

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The lower of the two ranks of a value in an ordered set of values
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deepness
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{n} deepness, a deep piece, highth, skill
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The depth of something such as a river or hole is the distance downwards from its top surface, or between its upper and lower surfaces. The smaller lake ranges from five to fourteen feet in depth The depth of the shaft is 520 yards They were detected at depths of more than a kilometre in the sea
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(usually plural) a low moral state; "he had sunk to the depths of addiction
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The depth of a window or pixmap is the number of bits per pixel it has The depth of a graphics context is the depth of the drawables it can be used in conjunction with graphics output
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The word alone generally denotes vertical depth below the surface In the case of incline shafts and boreholes it may mean the distance reached from the beginning of the shaft or hole, the borehole depth, or the inclined depth
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A pair of toothed wheels which work together
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(n) One of the three principal dimensions of an object The depth dimension is described in the right side and top views of a multiview drawing The depth dimension is often associated with the Z axis in a 3-D modeling system Depth can also refer to the distance cut into an object using a machining process (e g , the distance measured between the crest and root of a thread normal to the axis or the depth of a drilled hole)
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Lowness; as, depth of sound
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Real or simulated 3-D distance Simulated depth may be created by perspective, overlapping, size, tone values, colours, and so on
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The measurement of the book at its thickest point, including the covers
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If something happens in the depths of a difficult or unpleasant period of time, it happens in the middle and most severe or intense part of it. The country is in the depths of a recession
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[Reach]: Not recommended Average depth in the reach, in feet When possible, use the preferred parameters upper_depth and lower_depth
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If you deal with a subject in depth, you deal with it very thoroughly and consider all the aspects of it. We will discuss these three areas in depth
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A dimension downward, backward, or inward Depth in the atlas subluxation complex adjustment tends to defeat subluxation reduction It is usually the result of body-drop which shortens the final optimum resultant of the force vectors
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Describes the complexity and concentration of flavors in a wine, as in a wine with excellent or uncommon depth
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The distance from the baseline to the highest point on the sheer Typically the bow Often inappropriately used to refer to the distance from the sheer to the baseline at amidships
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(usually plural) a low moral state; "he had sunk to the depths of addiction"
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An earthquake begins at a given point (hypocenter) which is defined by a position on the surface of the earth (epicenter) and a depth below this point (focal depth) This depth is given as kilometers (km) below mean sea-level
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[top] The distance from the top of the canoe at the gunwales to the bottom of the canoe when measured at the beam A good standard depth is about 13"
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If you talk about the depths of an area, you mean the parts of it which are very far from the edge. the depths of the countryside
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If you say that someone or something has depth, you mean that they have serious and interesting qualities which are not immediately obvious and which you have to think about carefully before you can fully understand them. His music lacks depth
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If you say that someone is out of their depth, you mean that they are in a situation that is much too difficult for them to be able to cope with it. Mr Gibson is clearly intellectually out of his depth
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If an emotion is very strongly or intensely felt, you can talk about its depth. I am well aware of the depth of feeling that exists in Londonderry = strength
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(of a box) The distance from the baseline of the box to the bottom edge of the box
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degree of psychological or intellectual depth
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Profoundness; extent or degree of intensity; abundance; completeness; as, depth of knowledge, or color
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That which is deep; a deep, or the deepest, part or place; the deep; the middle part; as, the depth of night, or of winter
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If you are out of your depth, you are in water that is deeper than you are tall, with the result that you cannot stand up with your head above water
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Cumulative frequency counting in from the nearer end
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The ``depth'' of a window or pixmap is the number of bits per pixel it has The depth of a graphics context is the depth of the drawables it can be used in conjunction with for graphics output
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Measurement inside the hull from the underside of the deck to the top of the keel
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An earthquake begins at a given point (hypocenter) which is defined bya position on the surface of the earth (epicenter) and a depth belowthis point (focal depth) This depth is given as kilometers (km) below mean sea-level
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extent downward or backward or inward; "the depth of the water"; "depth of a shelf"; "depth of a closet"
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{i} distance from top to bottom; deepness; profundity
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Depth describes the resonance or sensual power behind the sensations that drive the taste of the coffee It is a tricky and subjective term, but it tries to get at the way certain coffees open up and support their sensations with a sort of ringing, echoing power, whereas others simply present themselves to the palate and then stand pat or even fade
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the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
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The depth where the earthquake begins to rupture This depth may be relative to mean sea-level or the average elevation of the seismic stations which provided arrival-time data for the earthquake location The choice of reference depth is dependent on the method used to locate the earthquake
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The depth of a situation is its extent and seriousness. The country's leadership had underestimated the depth of the crisis. = severity
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The number of simple elements which an abstract conception or notion includes; the comprehension or content
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degree of psychological or intellectual depth extent downward or backward or inward; "the depth of the water"; "depth of a shelf"; "depth of a closet"
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The height of a gemstone measured from the culet to the table
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to plumb new depths: see plumb to plumb the depths: see plumb
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The depth of someone's knowledge is the great amount that they know. We felt at home with her and were impressed with the depth of her knowledge
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A measure of folder enumeration depth, such as how many links to follow from the content source See also: scope
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The quality of being deep; deepness; perpendicular measurement downward from the surface, or horizontal measurement backward from the front; as, the depth of a river; the depth of a body of troops
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(usually plural) the deepest and most remote part; "from the depths of darkest Africa"; "signals received from the depths of space"
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The depths are places that are a long way below the surface of the sea or earth. The ship vanished into the depths
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When referring to a circuit, the maximum number of gates along any path from an input to the output (Note that circuits never contain loops )
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This is the depth of the earthquake below sea level in kilometres Earthquakes occur where the earth's crust fractures and moves Even along a zone of weakness, these fractures and movements occur only in one small area, to relieve localised stresses Often this point of fracture is deep within the earth Where earthquakes occur on plate margins (plates are large blocks of crust which are constantly in movement) the depth of the quake can be used be seismologists to obtain a picture of the way in which the plates are moving relative to one another
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The depth of a cut is measured from the bottom of the blade up to the bottom of a cut Depths are numbered starting with #0 (or sometimes #1) as the highest depth
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The depth of something such as a cupboard or drawer is the distance between its front surface and its back
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If you are in the depths of an unpleasant emotion, you feel that emotion very strongly. I was in the depths of despair when the baby was sick
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"Depth" in the WorldConnect Project indicates the number of generations (levels) someone can download from a family tree Some submitters will not allow any downloads; others will allow as many as ten generations (levels) to be downloaded The number of generations you can download will depend of the maximum number set by the submitter, and by the number of generations appearing in the family tree
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(n ) Generally, the z window coordinate
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The property of appearing three-dimensional
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The perpendicular distance from the chord to the farthest point of an arched surface
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