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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Dilbilim) düşüm
{i} eksik fakat anlaşılır tümce kullanma
(Tıp) Tamamlanmasını okuyana bırakarak yazıda bazı kelimelerin yerlerini boş bırakma, konuşurken bazı kelimeleri dinleyenin tamamlanmasına bırakarak atlama
{ç} el.lip.ses (îlîp'siz) i., dilb. eksilti, eksiltili anlatım
çıkanlan kelimelerin yerini gosteren nokta veya işaretler
bir cümlenin anlamı bozulmaksızın öğelerinden birinin atılması
(Dilbilim) silme
(Dilbilim) eksiltme
vertical ellipsis
(Bilgisayar) dikey üç nokta
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The omission of a grammatically required word or phrase that can be inferred
A mark consisting of three periods, historically with spaces in between, before, and after them “ . . . ”, nowadays a single character “…” (used in printing to indicate an omission)

HAZEL: Wow. I’ve never despised an ellipsis so much in my life.

The omission of scenes in a film that do not advance the plot

It was now possible for writers and directors to cut scenes that did not further the plot; called ellipses by filmmakers.

{n} an oval figure, figure, defect
omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences
A punctuation mark ( ) consisting of three successive dots A menu item or command button with an ellipsis opens a dialogue box
the omission of parts of a sentence which can be understood either from the surrounding text or the situation itself Ellipsis is sometimes used to avoid repetition or to give emphasis and it is a common feature of everyday conversation, for example
the omission of words in a sentence needed to complete an idea explicitly "I took my son to the barber and my daughter to the hairdresser "
A unit of three small dots that signifies a trailing off in thought or portions of a quote that have been omitted
the non-metrical omission of letters or words whose absence does not impede the reader's ability to understand the expression For example, the last line in the following leaves the lexical verb understood: Hugh, he could fancy No one but Nancy, And Sally got antsy Just thinking of Chauncy, But Nancy liked Drew And Chauncy did too (I L )
three dots (" ") that replace many words or symbols -- " repeat the digit a few times followed by three dots (called an ellipsis) " (130)
Three dots ( ) after a command that indicate a dialog box will follow with options for executing the command
Three dots (?) used to indicate that the text continues before or after a quotation or that a list continues
(1) The artful omission of a word implied by a previous clause See schemes (2) A punctuation mark indicated by three periods to indicate material missing from a quotation like so
- three periods with a space before, after and between them ( ) that indicate an omission in quoted material
three spaced periods that indicate an omission from a quoted passage
A character consisting of three black dots in a row denoting more copy should follow but doesn't
Omission of one or more words that can be inferred from reading the content in the preceding text Example: "Are you all packed for the trip?" "Yes, I am " [ready for the trip]
the omission of words from a sentence
Three dots--just three--used to indicate missing text In poems an ellipsis is sometimes used to indicate a pause in the middle of a line just like that
A punctuation character consisting of three dots, or periods, in a row It indicates that a word or phrase has been omitted
the omission of a grammatically required word or phrase that can be implied. For example, He is faster than she. (Here, a trailing "is fast" is omitted, grammatically required, and implied.)"
An ellipse
A punctuation character consisting of three dots, or periods, in a row It indicates that a word or phrase has been omitted To access the ellipsis character in standard typefaces, type option + semicolon
In linguistics, ellipsis means leaving out words rather than repeating them unnecessarily; for example, saying `I want to go but I can't' instead of `I want to go but I can't go'
Minor sentences (sentences in which part of their structure has been omitted) An ellipsis is also the term for three dots ( ) which show that something has been omitted or is incomplete See Exploring Language, page 72-3
Ellipsis refers to situations in which sentences are abbreviated by leaving out parts of them that are to be understood from the context For example, if someone asks "What is your name?" and the reply is "John Smith" then this can be viewed as an elliptical form of the full sentence "My name is John Smith" Ellipsis causes problems for NLP since it is necessary to infer the rest of the sentence from the context
Suffix ('…') added to menu item or button label to indicate the command requires additional information to be completed (usually via a dialog box)
The omission of a word, or part of a sentence, as being understood by the reader
A number of editing techniques have become conventional for getting across the idea that two adjoining shots are not continuous An ellipsis describes specifically an edit that is presumed to cover the passage of a certain amount of time
{i} omission of a word or words (Grammar); omission of words in order to avoid redundancy (Grammar); mark resembling three periods ( ... ) or two dashes ( -- ) that is used to indicate an omission of words
The omission of a word or words necessary to complete a grammatical construction, but which is easily understood by the reader, such as "the virtues I esteem" for "the virtues which I esteem " Also, the marks ( ) or (--) denoting an omission or pause Sidelight: Other terms involving omissions in grammatical construction include: asyndeton, which omits conjunctions; zeugma and syllepsis, which use one word to serve for two; and aposiopesis, which omits a word or phrase at the end of a clause or sentence for effect
the ommission of words from a sentence
a mark consisting of three periods, historically with spaces inbetween, before, and after them (...), used in printing to indicate an omission
Omission; a figure of syntax, by which one or more words, which are obviously understood, are omitted; as, the virtues I admire, for, the virtues which I admire
(n ) A set of three dots ( ) that typically signify an omission In a graphical interface, the ellipsis that follows a menu command signifies that clicking the command leads to a pop-up window
plural form of ellipsis
plural form of ellipse
plural of ellipsis
dots used to indicate that material has been deleted from a quotation Ellipses should be avoided or used extremely carefully by debaters lest there be suspicion that crucial material has been left out
plural of ellipse
Three dots (…) that indicate an omission
three spaced periods indicating the omission of text




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    [ i-'lip-s&s, e- ] (noun.) 1540. From Ancient Greek ἔλλειψις (elleipsis, “omission”).

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