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الإنجليزية - التركية
süzülmek
(Bilgisayar) süzgeç uygulanmış
Filtrelenmiş, filtreli
{s} süzülmüş
{s} filtre edilmiş
süzülür
filter
süzmek

Mary kahveyi süzmek için kağıt filtre kullanır. - Mary uses a paper filter to strain coffee.

filter
filtre

Çevirmen bir nötr filtre olarak düşünülüyordu. - The translator was considered as a neutral filter.

Kurutucuyu çalıştırmadan önce lif filtresini temizlediğinden emin ol. Aksi takdirde bir yangını başlatabilirsin. - Be sure to clean the lint filter before you run the dryer. Otherwise, you might start a fire.

be filtered
süzülmek
filter
süzgeç
filtered water
filtreli su
filtered cigarette
filtreli sigara
filtered set
(Matematik) süzgeçli küme
filtered tachometer output
(Otomotiv) filtreli takometre çıkışı
gold-filtered
(sigara) Altın yaldızlı filtreli
filter
(Askeri) filitre
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(Bilgisayar) süzme

Mary kahveyi süzmek için kağıt filtre kullanır. - Mary uses a paper filter to strain coffee.

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filtreleme yapmak
filter
sokulmak
filter
süzek
filter
filtrelemek
filter
süzgeçlemek
filter
(Tıp) fılter
filter
{f} süz

Ben senin çayını süzüyorum. - I'm not filtering your tea.

Mary kahveyi süzmek için kağıt filtre kullanır. - Mary uses a paper filter to strain coffee.

filter
{f} filtreden geçirmek
a pack of filtered cigarettes
bir paket filtreli sigara
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color filter renk filtresi
filter
{f} süzülmek
filter
{f} süzerek ayırmak
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duyulmak filter bed filtre havuzu
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filter paper filtre kâğıdı
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süzgeçten geçirmek veya geçmek
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(Tıp) Işık, su ve diğer sıvıları süzmeğe yarayan alet, süzgeç, filtre
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{i} k.dili., çoğ. filtreli sigaralar
filter
filtre etmek

Bu tozu havadan filtre etmek olanaksızdır. - This dust is impossible to filter from the air.

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ya
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filtre vazifesi görmek
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(Askeri) FİLTRE: Elektronikte ikincil enerjinin yalnız bir kısmını gönderen ve bundan dolayı enerji dağıtımının kapsamını değiştiren alet. a. Yüksek geçirgenli filtreler enerjiyi belli bir frekansın üstünde gönderirler. b. Alçak geçirgenli filtreler enerjiyi belli bir frekansın altında gönderirler. c. Band geçirgenli filtreler enerjiyi belli bir bant boyunca gönderir. d. Band durdurucu filtreler enerjiyi belli bir frekans bandı dışında gönderirler
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Pertains to constituents in a water sample passed through a filter membrane of specified pore diameter, most commonly 0 45 µm or less for inorganic analytes and 0 7 µm for organic analytes
Wines that have had suspended particulates resulting from the fermentation process removed Important for future clarity and stability of a wine
past of filter
Passed through a filter to remove tiny particles that might make a beverage cloudy or apt to go bad
{s} strained, having impurities removed
{s} percolated
filtered down
Simple past tense and past participle of filter down
filtered out
Simple past tense and past participle of filter out
filtered information
information that has been censored
filtered water
purified water, water cleaned through a filtering process
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To ride a motorcycle between lanes on a road
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Any item, mechanism, device or procedure that acts to separate or isolate
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To diffuse; to cause to be less concentrated or focused
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Electronics or software that separates unwanted signals (for example noise) from wanted signals or that attenuates selected frequencies
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To pass through a filter or to act as though passing through a filter
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A proper subset of a poset A, which subset includes an element less than both of every pair of its members, and includes every element more than each of its members

The collection of cofinite subsets of ℝ is a filter under inclusion: it includes the intersection of every pair of its members, and includes every superset of every cofinite set.

filter
{n} a strainer
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{v} to strain, to pour clear off
Filter
A filter is a lesser guide that brings information to a channel from a superior spirit
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A device that attenuates or increases certain portions of the audio frequency spectrum A bandpass filter passes signal energy only in a specified band and attenuates all others A highpass filter attenuates energy below a certain cutoff frequency A lowpass filter attenuates signal energy above a certain frequency
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remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
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Filters remove unwanted frequency components from signals Some filters preserve low frequencies but remove high frequencies (low pass filters) Others do the opposite (high pass filters) A band pass filter passes selected frequencies while cutting out others (e g You could produce a bandpass filter by doing both lowpass and highpass filtering--as long as you let some frequencies through) Several different filter shapes are available for smoothing images In general, the the center voxel is weighted more heavily in a smoothing operation However, the shapes of the filters vary Blackman filters are relatively leptokurtotic (narrow), Hanning filters are intermediate and Hamming filters are the fattest Gaussian filters are typically lowpass filters, used for smoothing in spm, Cambridge Introduction to Smoothing The width of the Gaussian is sigma (the FWHM)
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Filters are devices which clean the water They come in three broad categories: mechanical, chemical, and biological There are many different types of filters, such as
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A filter is an electrical circuit that allows signals in certain frequency ranges to pass through, and attenuates or blocks all other frequencies There are many types of filters, such as low pass filters, high pass filters, and band pass filters Examples of filters used in machinery monitoring instruments are low pass filters to reject high frequency noise and to prevent aliasing, and high pass filters to reject low frequency noise Variable frequency band pass filters were used in the past to perform spectrum analysis, but they have been largely supplanted by the FFT analyzer
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When news or information filters through to people, it gradually reaches them. It took months before the findings began to filter through to the politicians News of the attack quickly filtered through the college. as indications filter in from polling stations. the horror stories which were beginning to filter out of Germany
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To pass through a filter; to percolate
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pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"
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The noun and the verb, in MIDI, are used primarily in connection with events (note on, program change, tempo change ) and with channel changes Each event is either filtered (deleted), transformed, or passed through
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(1) A device for eliminating selected frequencies from the sound spectrum of a signal and perhaps (in the case of a resonant filter) increasing the level of other frequencies See lowpass filter (2) A device (MIDI filter) that eliminates selected messages from the MIDI data stream
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A process that is applied to data that is sent or received by the server Input filters process data sent by the client to the server, while output filters process documents on the server before they are sent to the client For examle, the INCLUDES output filter processes documents for Server Side Includes See: Filters
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A filter is a device through which a substance is passed when it is being filtered. a paper coffee filter
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{i} something which separates, leach; program which receives output from another program and changes its format (Computers); file which allows a program to save and load files of a certain file type (Computers)
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{f} pass a liquid or gas through porous material to remove impurities, strain; slowly pass in or out; partially block the passage of; send through a filter
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A process that modifies a sound by passing some frequencies more readily than others, changing the spectral balance of the sound
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A program, which is used extensively by blocking software programs that examines messages and applications for specified critieria and then either allows or denys its operation Filters are common in places such as public libraries and schools and tend to block the chat function of WebCT
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[orig {{UNIX}}, now also in {{MS-DOS}}] n A program that processes an input data stream into an output data stream in some well-defined way, and does no I/O to anywhere else except possibly on error conditions; one designed to be used as a stage in a `pipeline' (see {plumbing})
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Same as Philter
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run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"
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an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
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EndNote filters files are used to import reference information from a properly formatted text file into your personal EndNote library As with connection files, every filter exists for a specific database source The imported text file is formatted according to the database source of the reference information Filters can be modified to read, interpret, and import downloaded reference information differently This is how a filter is tailored to an existing database or created for a different database Filters can be found in the Filter folder in the EndNote folder The Notre Dame folder contains further filter files for some of the more popular databases on campus Filters end in the suffix " enf" See also the table of Popular Information Providers for a description on how to import reference data from many different databases
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A device that removes specified frequencies from a signal
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An object that can transform the header and/or content of a request or response Filters differ from web components in that they usually do not themselves create responses but rather they modify or adapt the requests for a resource, and modify or adapt responses from a resource A filter should not have any dependencies on a web resource for which it is acting as a filter so that it can be composable with more than one type of web resource
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If light or sound filters into a place, it comes in weakly or slowly, either through a partly covered opening, or from a long distance away. Light filtered into my kitchen through the soft, green shade of the cherry tree
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A transformation applied to image data in hopes of improving its compressibility PNG uses only lossless (reversible) filter algorithms
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Any porous substance, as cloth, paper, sand, or charcoal, through which water or other liquid may passed to cleanse it from the solid or impure matter held in suspension; a chamber or device containing such substance; a strainer; also, a similar device for purifying air
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To sort, sift, or isolate
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To move slowly or gradually; to come or go a few at a time
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- A program that reads data (from a file, program output or command line entry) as input, processes it according to a set of predefined conditions (for example, sorted alphabetically) and outputs the processed data Some filtering tools include Perl, Awk, Grep, Sed and Sort
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device that removes something from whatever passes through it an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities
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When only a section of the total sample are required to answer the question, e g if the question asks why people are dissatisfied with a particular service, only those who are dissatisfied should answer the question Those who are satisfied will skip to the next question that is to be asked of all respondents
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To filter a substance means to pass it through a device which is designed to remove certain particles contained in it. The best prevention for cholera is to boil or filter water, and eat only well-cooked food
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The best Web server APIs allow the programmer to say "run this little piece of code before [or after] serving files that match a particular URL pattern " Filters that run after a file is served are useful if you want to add extra logging to an application Filters that run before a file is served or a script is run are useful for implementing a security policy in a consistent fashion rather than relying on the authors of individual scripts to insert an authentication check
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Refers to: 1) a program that has the function of translating data into a different format (e g , a program used to import or export data or a particular file); 2) a pattern that prevents non-matching data from passing through (e g , mail filters created within Eudora); and 3) in paint programs and image editors, a special effect that can be applied to a bit map
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device that removes something from whatever passes through it
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A device that removes undissolved or sus- pended particles from water by recirculating the water through a porous substance (a filter medium or element) The three types of filters used in pools and spas are sand, cartridge and D E (diatomaceous earth)
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Any device used to remove unwanted particles or compounds from aquarium water Filters come in a variety of styles, but most fall into three main categories: biological, chemical, or mechanical
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1 A piece of colored glass, plastic, or other material that selectively absorbs some of the wavelengths of light passing through it Some filters affect color or tone others can, for example, cut out unwanted reflections, help to reduce haze or be used to create a variety of special effects 2 To use such a filter to modify the wavelengths of light reaching a light-sensitive material
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  In electronics, a device that transmits only part of the incident energy and may thereby change the spectral distribution of energy:   (a) high-pass filters transmit energy above a certain frequency; (b) low-pass filters transmit energy below a certain frequency; (c) bandpass filters transmit energy of a certain bandwidth; (d) band-stop filters transmit energy outside a specific frequency band   [JP1]
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To purify or defecate, as water or other liquid, by causing it to pass through a filter
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A rule that stipulates when a security should be bought or sold according to its price action
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a circuit or device that selectively sorts frequencies allowing the desired range of frequencies to pass while suppressing others; used to reduce noise and co-channel interference
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A filter is a device through which sound or light is passed and which blocks or reduces particular sound or light frequencies. You might use a yellow filter to improve the clarity of a hazy horizon
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A traffic filter is a traffic signal or lane which controls the movement of traffic wanting to turn left or right
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A device which separates a suspended, dissolved, or particulate matter from a fluid, solution, or other substance; any device that separates one substance from another
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An electronic circuit that selectively separates a band of signal frequencies, such as a low-pass filter for the separation of the low-frequency components of an audio signal Filters serve as the basic element of equalizers where multiple filter channels permit frequency response tailoring
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