heaping

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dopdolu
tepeleme
taşmak üzere
lebalep
silme
heap
{i} öbek
heap
yığın

Koru yakıldı, alevler yükseldi, ve kısa sürede bayan Askew ve arkadaş şehitleriyle ilgili geriye kalan bütün şey dökülen bir küller yığınıydı. - The wood was kindled, the flames arose, and a mouldering heap of ashes was soon all that remained of Mrs Askew and her fellow martyrs.

Tom'un gübre yığını o kadar çok ısındı ki o kendiliğinden yaktı. - Tom's compost heap got so hot that it spontaneously combusted.

heap
bir yığın
heap
{f} tepeleme doldurmak
heap
yığıntı
heap
yığınak
heap
birikinti
heap
külçe
heap
ağzına kadar doldurmak
heap
{i} küme
heap
kalak
heap
kümelemek
heap
yığmak
heap
{f} yığ

Koru yakıldı, alevler yükseldi, ve kısa sürede bayan Askew ve arkadaş şehitleriyle ilgili geriye kalan bütün şey dökülen bir küller yığınıydı. - The wood was kindled, the flames arose, and a mouldering heap of ashes was soon all that remained of Mrs Askew and her fellow martyrs.

O eski gazete yığınından kurtulun. - Get rid of that heap of old newspapers.

heap
{f} yig
heap
döküntü
heap
{i} hurda yığını
heap
{f} yüklemek
heap
{f} (hediye/hakaret) yağdırmak
heap
alt yığın
heap
ağzına kabar doldurmak
heap
çok miktar
heap
{i} k.dili. çok miktar
heap
{i} bir sürü

Tom'un bir sürü arkadaşı var. - Tom's got heaps of friends.

heap
yağdırmak
heap
{i} k.dili. kalabalık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Present participle of heap
heap
A great number or large quantity of things not placed in a pile
heap
To form or round into a heap, as in measuring

A full-heap’d helmet of the purest gold.

heap
A pile or mass; a collection of things laid in a body, or thrown together so as to form an elevation; as, a heap of earth or stones
heap
To supply in great quantity

They heaped praise upon their newest hero.

heap
To pile in a heap

He heaped the laundry upon the bed and began folding.

heap
{n} a pile, confused jumble, cluster, crowd
heap
{v} to pile, lay, cast, increase, add, join
heap
A block of data storage space allocated to a programmer for writing a program or a specific program function
heap
A heap is an area of storage used for some specific or some general purpose (e g to contain objects created by application classes)
heap
Memory area where all non-immediate values are allocated
heap
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
heap
If you heap things somewhere, you arrange them in a large pile. Mrs. Madrigal heaped more carrots onto Michael's plate. Heap up means the same as heap. Off to one side, the militia was heaping up wood for a bonfire
heap
—An area of memory reserved for use by the CLR for a running programming In NET languages, reference types are allocated on the heap See Stack
heap
a car that is old and unreliable; "the fenders had fallen off that old bus"
heap
{f} pile up; fill full
heap
A heap of things is a pile of them, especially a pile arranged in a rather untidy way. a heap of bricks He has dug up the tiles that cover the floor and left them in a heap
heap
A collection of data pages containing rows for a table Another way of saying this is that a heap is a table without a clustered index
heap
The process heap is the normal area from which memory is allocated by malloc() when more memory is required; sbrk() is automatically called to increase the process virtual memory Also see arena
heap
Memory that is dynamically allocated by the system Unlike stack memory, heap memory can be allocated or de-allocated at any point during program execution
heap
To collect in great quantity; to amass; to lay up; to accumulate; usually with up; as, to heap up treasures
heap
A section of memory within the user job area that provides a capability for dynamic allocation See the HEAP directive in Segment Loader (SEGLDR) and ld Reference Manual
heap
An area of memory reserved for use by programs On a Newton device, sometimes heap refers to specifically to just the NewtonScript Heap See also C++ Heap and NewtonScript Heap Source: PG
heap
a collection of objects laid on top of each other
heap
A heap is a particular way of ordering the elements in a range of random access iterators
heap
A section of memory within the user job area that provides a capability for dynamic allocation See the HEAP directive in SR-0066
heap
If you heap praise or criticism on someone or something, you give them a lot of praise or criticism. The head of the navy heaped scorn on both the methods and motives of the conspirators
heap
In Microsoft Windows, a special memory area used for critical resources when a program is executed These heaps in Windows 3 x were limited to 64K in size, and when a program tried to use more, the "NOT ENOUGH MEMORY" message resulted Windows 9x heaps are multiple megabytes in size and thus no longer an issue for technicians
heap
A data structure consisting of trees in which each node is greater than all its children
heap
{i} pile, mound; special area of memory which is used to store important resources (Computers)
heap
The heap or free store is the memory(2) area managed by dynamic allocation This use of heap is unconnected with the data structure used by the heapsort algorithm
heap
– the Ohio administrator of the federal LIHEAP program
heap
A pile of crushed ore underlain by a liner system engineered to collect the leach solutions Care is taken during the placement of the crushed ore so as to avoid compaction, in order that the leach solutions can flow freely through the ore to extract the gold
heap
Function: Noun A large quantity Example: Billy got into a heap of trouble when he stole his dad's car
heap
To form or round into a heap, as in measuring; to fill (a measure) more than even full
heap
The area in memory available for read/write
heap
bestow in large quantities; "He heaped him with work"; "She heaped scorn upon him
heap
If someone collapses in a heap, they fall heavily and untidily and do not move. The young footballer collapsed in a heap after a heavy tackle
heap
A crowd; a throng; a multitude or great number of persons
heap
An area of working memory provided by Windows that applications can use to store data
heap
A pool of memory from which space can be dynamically allocated during execution without the deallocation tied to return from a procedure or block Storage that can be deallocated without regard to the order in which allocation occurred
heap
A synonym for what Ada refers to as a storage pool
heap
fill to overflow; "heap the platter with potatoes"
heap
arrange in stacks; "heap firewood around the fireplace"; "stack your books up on the shelves"
heap
an area of memory from which space for dyanamic structures are allocated
heap
fill to overflow; "heap the platter with potatoes" bestow in large quantities; "He heaped him with work"; "She heaped scorn upon him
heap
An unordered flat collection that allows duplicate elements See key bag
heap
To throw or lay in a heap; to make a heap of; to pile; as, to heap stones; often with up; as, to heap up earth; or with on; as, to heap on wood or coal
heap
Heaps of something or a heap of something is a large quantity of it. You have heaps of time I got in a heap of trouble. = load
heap
bestow in large quantities; "He heaped him with work"; "She heaped scorn upon him"
heap
A supplemental data area, currently defined to follow the table in a binary table extension
heap
A data structure used to dynamically allocate and deallocate variable sized blocks of memory
heap
Someone who is at the bottom of the heap or at the top of the heap is low down or high up in society or an organization. Ordinary workers in state industry, once favoured, suddenly found themselves at the bottom of the heap
heap
The RAM memory allocated by system software and system extensions to hold frequently used instructions and data not contained in ROM or firmware
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