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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} farketmek
sezimlemek
ortaya çıkarmak
ortaya çıkar
{f} keşfetmek
saptamak
belirlemek
meydana
(Bilgisayar) algıla

Sensörlerimiz olağandışı bir şey algılamadı. - Our sensors did not detect anything unusual.

Gözlerimiz ışığı algılayabilir. - Our eyes can detect light.

hissetmek
algılamak

Yerçekimi dalgalarını algılamak çok zordur. - Gravitational waves are very hard to detect.

sapta

Japonya'da bebek mamasında radyoaktif sezyum saptandı. - In Japan, radioactive cesium was detected in baby formula.

bulmak

Dedektif bazı ipuçlarını bulmak için bir büyüteç kullanır. - The detective used a magnifier to find some clues.

tutmak
bulma

Sensörlerimiz olağandışı bir şey bulmadı. - Our sensors did not detect anything unusual.

Dedektif bazı ipuçlarını bulmak için bir büyüteç kullanır. - The detective used a magnifier to find some clues.

detection keşif
detectable keşfi mümkün
çıkarma
bul

Dedektifler başka kanıt bulmadı. - The detectives found no other evidence.

Polis dedektifi kanlı bir bıçak buldu. - The police detective found a bloody knife.

(Mukavele) meyadana çıkarmak; keşfetmek
sezmek
ortaya çıkar,sapta
detective
dedektif

Tom emekli olmadan önce bir cinayet masası dedektifi idi. - Tom was a homicide detective before he retired.

Özel dedektifler tuhaf davaları araştırmak için kiralanırlar. - Private detectives were hired to look into the strange case.

detect a smell
koku duymak
detect mode
(Bilgisayar) algılama modu
detect mode
(Bilgisayar) tanıma modu
detect risk
(Ticaret) deteksiyon riski
decide, detect, deliver, and assess
(Askeri) karar ver, tespit et, teslim et ve değerlendir
detective
{i} detektif
detectable
Tespit edilebilir
detected
saptanmış
detection
(Nükleer Bilimler) tesbit etme,algılama, bulma,tanıma
detection
araştırma/bulma
detective
private detective özel dedektif
detective
dedektiflikle ilgili
detective
hafiye
detective
{s} dedektif gibi
detective
{s} polisiye

Babam boş zamanında sık sık polisiye hikayeler okur. - Father would often read detective stories in his spare time.

Lisa Gardner, dedektif DD Warren hakkında polisiye romanlar yazıyor. - Lisa Gardner writes crime novels about the detective D. D. Warren.

detective
detective story polis romanı
detective
sivil polis
detective
{i} polis hafiyesi
auto detect
(Bilgisayar) otomatik algıla
auto detect
(Bilgisayar) otomatik algılama
auto detect
(Bilgisayar) oto algıla
detected
(Bilgisayar) algılandı
detected
saptanan
detection
(Askeri) tespit
detection
sezim
detection
kontak rampası
detection
(Jeoloji) tesbit
detection
belirleme
detection
hissetme
detection
(Askeri) tarama
detection
(Tıp) deteksiyon
detection
ortaya çıkarına
detection
bulunuş
detection
hat devresi
detectable
algılanır
detection
algılama
detection
bulma
detection
ortaya çıkarma
detection
meydana çıkarma
detectable
saptanabilir
detected
sapta(mak)
detection
TESPİT, ARAMA: a.) Taktik harekatta muhtemel askeri ilgiyi çeken fakat tanıma ile teyit edilemeyen bir cismin algılanması. b.) Gözetlemede, bir hadisenin meydana geldiğine dair gözetleme sisteminin tespitleri. (Savunma Bakanlığı, ABD Savunma Kurulu). c.) Silahları kontrolde, silahları kontrol antlaşmasının ihlal edilmediğine dair araştırma işlemlerinin ilk safhası. d.) Tespit (radarla), bulma, yakalama
detects
algılar
detects
saptayışlar
non-detect
tanınmamış
non-detect
algılanmamış
collision detect
çarpışma sinyali
detectable
Algılanabilir
detectable
ortaya çıkarılabilir
detectable
[adj] bulunabilir
detectable
{s} keşfedilebilir
detected
sapta

Japonya'da bebek mamasında radyoaktif sezyum saptandı. - In Japan, radioactive cesium was detected in baby formula.

detection
demodülasyon
detection
{i} suçluyu ortaya çıkarma
detection
{i} buluş
detection
(Askeri) (NATO) TESPİT: Bir şahsın, cismin veya olayın, mevcut araçlarla muhtemel askeri öneminin açığa çıkarılması
detection
{i} demodülasyon [rad.]
detection
keşif
detection
(Askeri) TESPİT, ARAMA: 1. Taktik harekatta muhtemel askeri ilgiyi çeken fakat tanıma ile teyit edilemeyen bir cismin algılanması. 2. Gözetlemede, bir hadisenin meydana geldiğine dair gözetleme sisteminin tespitleri. (Savunma Bakanlığı, ABD Savunma Kurulu). 3. Silahları kontrolde, silahları kontrol antlaşmasının ihlal edilmediğine dair araştırma işlemlerinin ilk safhası. 4. Tespit (radarla), bulma, yakalama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to discover or find by careful search, examination, or probing
To detect something means to find it or discover that it is present somewhere by using equipment or making an investigation. a sensitive piece of equipment used to detect radiation a device which can detect who is more at risk of a heart attack
{v} to discover, find out, lay open, reveal
To sense or obtain a measurable indication from an anomaly in a pipeline
To determine the presence of a compound
To inform against; to accuse
To discover something which is hidden or unknown E ELLIPTICAL Shaped like an egg that has ends which are equal
Detected
detect
discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of; "She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water"; "We found traces of lead in the paint"
{f} discern, discover
To uncover; to discover; to find out; to bring to light; as, to detect a crime or a criminal; to detect a mistake in an account
Flip a coin If heads, during your opponent's next turn, prevent all effects of attacks, including damage, done to Himontop Pokémon with this attack: Hitmontop L31
Discover, perceive, or locate an object, person, creature type, situation, or aura through primarily visual means Detection can be accomplished through either physical or magical means, depending on what is being sought
If you detect something, you notice it or sense it, even though it is not very obvious. Arnold could detect a certain sadness in the old man's face. = sense. to notice or discover something, especially something that is not easy to see, hear etc (detectus, past participle of detegere )
detected
Simple past tense and past participle of detect

We detected the submarine long before it observed us.

detection
The act of detecting or sensing something; discovering something that was hidden or disguised
detective
a police officer who looks for evidence as part of solving a crime; an investigator
detection
{n} a discovery, the act of finding out
carrier detect
detection of a carrier signal, detection of a communications tone
detectable
{s} can be detected, findable, discoverable, perceivable, noticeable
detectable
Something that is detectable can be noticed or discovered. Doctors say the disease is probably inherited but not detectable at birth
detectable
capable of being detected; "after a noticeable pause the lecturer continued"
detectable
easily seen or detected; "a detectable note of sarcasm"; "he continued after a perceptible pause"
detectable
That which can be detected, noticeable
detectable
Capable of being detected or found out; as, parties not detectable
detectable
easily seen or detected; "a detectable note of sarcasm"; "he continued after a perceptible pause" capable of being detected; "after a noticeable pause the lecturer continued
detectable
capable of being detected; "after a noticeable pause the lecturer continued
detectably
in a detectable manner, perceivably, noticeably
detected
perceived with the mind; "he winced at the detected flicker of irony in her voice"
detected
Referring to something that has been noticed
detected
perceived or discerned; "the detected micrometeoritic material
detected
Past tense of to detect
detected
perceived or discerned; "the detected micrometeoritic material"
detecting
a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; "detection is hard on the feet"
detecting
{i} discovery, finding, perception
detecting
Present participle of to detect
detection
a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; "detection is hard on the feet"
detection
The process of obtaining an inspection signal that is recognized as coming from a defect or anomaly An in-line inspection tool can detect only those defects that produce signals that are both measurable and recognizable Not all defects are detectable with all inspection systems
detection
the discovery of an abnormality in an asymptomatic or symptomatic person
detection
The act or system of discovering and locating fires
detection
the detection that a signal is being received
detection
the act of detecting something; catching sight of something a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; "detection is hard on the feet" the perception that something has occurred or some state exists; "early detection can often lead to a cure
detection
The act of detecting; the laying open what was concealed or hidden; discovery; as, the detection of a thief; the detection of fraud, forgery, or a plot
detection
The determination of the presence of a chemical agent
detection
The ability of a testing method or screening program to actually identify individuals with the particular disease or condition The higher the detection rate, the more accurate the testing method or screening program
detection
Detection is the discovery of something which is supposed to be hidden. They are cheating but are sophisticated enough to avoid detection
detection
Detection is the work of investigating a crime in order to find out what has happened and who committed it. The detection rate for motor vehicle theft that year was just 11.7 per cent. when something is found that is not easy to see, hear etc, or the process of looking for it detection of
detection
In the context of climate change, this is the identification of a significant change in climate which is the result of the enhanced greenhouse effect
detection
Sensor alarms because an activity was detected
detection
The second stage, after Occurrence, in an Incident life-cycle when the service failure becomes known to the IT service organisation
detection
Detection is the act of noticing or sensing something. the early detection of breast cancer
detection
Usually refers to the technique of recovering the amplitude modulation signal (envelope) superimposed on a carrier See figure at right
detection
the act of detecting something; catching sight of something a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; "detection is hard on the feet"
detection
The assessor (panelist) is certain one presentation (the odor sample presentation) is different from the two blank presentations
detection
(DOD) in tactical operations, the perception of an object of possible military interest, but unconfirmed by recognition (NATO) the discovery by any means the presence of a person or object of potential military significance
detection
Detection concerns the process by which a Power over LAN Hub detects a Power over LAN Enabled device and injects power on the LAN cabling The Detection algorithm implemented in the Power Source Equipment seeks a unique PD Signature that identifies the terminal as a Power over LAN Enabled device PowerDsine pre IEEE803 2af standard used a capacitor method of detection The standard committee has selected a resistor method of detection Next generation Power over LAN Hubs will detect a PD with the resistor Signature If a PD operates at 48V with capacitor Signature, a PowerDsine Power Hub will continue to support it
detection
the awareness of the presence of a sensory stimulus
detection
the act of detecting something; catching sight of something
detection
The discovery of a fire Individuals, fire towers, reconnaissance aircraft and automatic devices may be used, either alone or in combination
detection
the perception that something has occurred or some state exists; "early detection can often lead to a cure
detection
A reactive quality assurance strategy that attempts to identify unacceptable output after it has been produced and separated from the good output Also known as inspection (See prevention) A concept of managing for quality based on inspection and test to detect and remove defects prior to delivery to the customer
detection
{i} discovery, act of detecting, finding out; fact of being detected; demodulation, act or process of separating a modulated message from the carrier signal (Computers, Telecommunications)
detection
  The act or system of discovering and locating fires
detection
Clearing Detection Clearing
detection
the perception that something has occurred or some state exists; "early detection can often lead to a cure"
detective
{s} pertaining to detectives; investigative
detective
(noun) (1) A person, usually a member of a police force, who investigates crimes and obtains evidence or information (adjective) (1) Of or relating to detectives or their work: detective novels (2) Suited for or used in detection
detective
1 searching 2 quest 3 spiritual journey
detective
A detective novel or story is one in which a detective tries to solve a crime
detective
an investigator engaged or employed in obtaining information not easily available to the public
detective
One who business it is so detect criminals or discover matters of secrecy
detective
a police officer who investigates crimes
detective
A detective is someone whose job is to discover what has happened in a crime or other situation and to find the people involved. Some detectives work in the police force and others work privately. Detectives are appealing for witnesses who may have seen anything suspicious She hired a private detective in an attempt to find her daughter
detective
Fitted for, or skilled in, detecting; employed in detecting crime or criminals; as, a detective officer
detective
Detective controls are used to identify undesirable events that have occurred
detective
{i} investigator, one who searches for information and evidence relevant to specific occurrences (as in criminal acts)
detective
a police officer who investigates crimes an investigator engaged or employed in obtaining information not easily available to the public
detective
a person employed to find information not otherwise available to the public
detective
a police officer who looks for evidence as part of solving a crime
detects
third-person singular of detect
detect
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