dicing

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الإنجليزية - التركية
zar oyunu oynama
kumar oynama
dice
zar

Tom zarları aldı ve onları attı. - Tom picked up the dice and threw them.

Zarlar farklı kültürlerde farklı şekillere sahiptir. - Dice have differences in design in different cultures.

dicing photography
(Askeri) yalama fotoğrafı alma
dicing photography
(Askeri) YALAMA FOTOĞRAFI ALMA: Çok alçak irtifadan fotoğraf çekme görevi
dicing photography
(Askeri) öne eğimli fotoğraf
dice
küp küp kesmek
dice
(Gıda) zar şeklinde kesmek
dice
(Gıda) ufak ufak doğramak
dice
oyun zarı
dice
et
dice
(Gıda) lokma lokma doğramak
dice
(for/with ile) zar atmak
dice
küp şeklinde kesmek
dice
oyun zarları
dice
zarlarla oynamak
dice
{f} zarla oyun oyna
dice
(yemek) kuşbaşı doğramak
dice
{i} zar oyunu
dice
zar atmak
dice
aynasız
dice
dicebox zar atmaya mahsus kupa
dice
zarlar

Zarlar farklı kültürlerde farklı şekillere sahiptir. - Dice have differences in design in different cultures.

Tom zarları aldı ve onları attı. - Tom picked up the dice and threw them.

dice
dama şekilleriyle süslemek
dice
Ioaded dice hileii zar
dice
i., çoğ. oyun zarları. f
dice
dice doğra/zarlarla oyna
dice
küp şeklinde doğramak
dice
zar oyunu/zar
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A game of dice
Present participle of dice
A fragment of diced food

bacon dicings.

{i} gambling, playing with dice; decorating with squares or diamonds
(See also die, below ) The action of slicing a silicon wafer into its respective parts called die The picture shows a wafer on the left which, after dicing, is cut into four die (on right) Due to the precision needed for such a feat, a special saw, similar to a circular saw only with a blade approximately 2 inches in diameter, is used for dicing silicon
An ornamenting in squares or cubes
Close, exciting driving between 2 or more racers Positions are exchanged frequently
Gambling with dice
Cutting up the wafer into individual chips This is usually done with a circular saw called a dicing saw back to top
dice
To cut into small cubes
dice
An alternative singular of die when the plural is dice

The gods may throw a dice / Their minds as cold as ice.

dice
One of the two plurals of die

Original: Jedenfalls bin ich überzeugt, dass der Alte nicht würfelt. December 4, 1926. Albert Einstein. Born-Einstein Letters. Trans. Irene Born. New York: Walker and Company, 1971.).

slicing and dicing
Present participle of slice and dice
dice
small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; used to generate random numbers
Dice
dees
Dice
bone
dice
To cut food into small pieces
dice
form of one of the two plurals, die
dice
If you dice food, you cut it into small cubes. Dice the onion. Set of small cubes (each called a die) marked on each face with from one to six spots and used in gambling and in various social games by being shaken and thrown down to come to rest at random on a flat surface. The combined number of the spots on the topmost surface of the tossed dice decides, according to the rules of the game being played, whether the thrower (or "shooter") wins, loses, or continues to throw. In numerous board games the thrown dice determine the player's moves. Dice, which may be traced back to prehistory, were in many cultures magical devices used for the casting of lots to divine the future. In the modern era they became associated with the playing of games of chance, including craps
dice
To finely chop Dredge (as in flour): To thoroughly coat in flour
dice
To cut food into cubes about 1/8- to 3/4-inch in size
dice
This class manages the dice It has a random function to simulate rolling the dice Private Attributes: diceValue : pic 9 = 0 Holds the value of a die when rolled diceNumber : pic 9 = 0 Holds the number between one and five (of the total number of dice) that this die represents Public Operations: New () : Object Initializes the class getDiceNumber () : pic 9 Returns the number assigned to this dice There are five (5) dice in a game and the number returned is the value between one and five assigned to this die getDiceValue () : pic 9 Returns the value of a roll roll () : Simulates rolling a die by using a random number generator Private Operations: seed () : Initializes the random number generator This method is invoked one time when the die is created setDiceValue () : Initializes the value of the dice to zero when it is created
dice
A dice is a small cube which has between one and six spots or numbers on its sides, and which is used in games to provide random numbers. In old-fashioned English, `dice' was used only as a plural form, and the singular was die, but now `dice' is used as both the singular and the plural form
dice
To cut into very small, even cubes
dice
{i} cubes with different numbers of spots on each side (used in games of chance)
dice
knucklebones
dice
The cubes, which are marked from 1 to 6, whose combinations when, thrown, determine the wins and losses at a craps table
dice
To cut into small cubes no larger than 1/2 inch
dice
Dicing is cutting something into 1-inch cubes It is similar to chopping only neater Use a knife to do this
dice
small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; used to generate random numbers play dice
dice
Small cubes used in gaming or in determining by chance; also, the game played with dice
dice
To cut food into small cubes ranging from 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch
dice
cut into cubes; "cube the cheese"
dice
A pair of cubes, each with six sides and each numbered from 1 to 6, whose combinations, when rolled, determine payoffs and losses in the game of craps
dice
To cut into small cubes (smaller than 1/2 inch)
dice
play dice
dice
To ornament with squares, diamonds, or cubes
dice
See Die, n
dice
Dynamic Integrated Climate-Economy Model The DICE Model was developed by William Nordhaus of Yale University The DICE model is based on a single world producer-consumer who makes choices between current consumption, investing in productive capital, and reducing emissions to slow climate change A variant of the DICE Model, RICE, uses multiple regions and decision makers Another variant of the DICE Model, PRICE, includes uncertainty in some key parameters such as economic growth, non-carbon dioxide emissions, and international cooperation
dice
To "dice" means to cut food into cubes (the shape of dice in a game), which are more or less even The dimension of the dice varies, with recipes calling for ingredients to be cut anywhere from 1/8-inch dice, to a 1/2-inch dice If the recipe doesn't specific the dimension of the dice, then go for a 1/4-inch
dice
Two or more die See die
dice
To cut food into tiny (about 1/8- to 1/4-inch) cubes
dice
Numbered from 1 to 6 (For convenience, two pairs of dice, one for each player, are generally used )
dice
To cut food into small, even cubes
dice
To cut into very small pieces (usually 1/8 to 1/4 inch)
dice
two cubes on each of which six numbers are written
dice
To "dice" means to cut food into cubes (the shape of dice in a game) which are more or less even The dimension of the dice varies, with recipes calling for ingredients to be cut anywhere from 1/8-inch dice, to a 1/2-inch dice If the recipe doesn't specific the dimension of the dice, then go for a 1/4-inch
dice
{f} chop into small cubes; play games with dice
dice
To play games with dice
dice
the plural of die
dice
Cut into cubes of a half inch or less
dicing

    الواصلة

    dic·ing

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (verb.) 14th century. Middle English dycen, from dyce.

    كلمة اليوم

    jericho
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