in line

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الإنجليزية - التركية
aynı eksenli
bir hizada
çizgisinde
hizada
sırada

Sırada bekleyin lütfen. - Wait in line, please.

Birçok kişi sırada bekliyordu. - Many people were waiting in line.

sıralı
in line with
ile aynı doğrultuda
in line with
(Hukuk) uyumlu olarak
in line for
-e aday
in line with
(Konuşma Dili) uyumlu

Tüm kurallar şirket politikasıyla uyumlu olmalı. - All of the rules must be in line with company policy.

Senin planın bizim politikamızla uyumlu değil. - Your plan is not in line with our policy.

in line with
(Konuşma Dili) bağdaşan
in line with
ile uyarınca
inline
(Bilgisayar) satıriçi
inline
(Bilgisayar) özümlemek
inline
(Bilgisayar) none
in line for
için sırada
in line with
bağdaşık
in line with
ile bağıntılı
in a line
Bir satırda
in line with
ile uyumlu, ... ile uyum içinde
in a line
bir sıra durumunda
in line with
(Hukuk) bir hizada
inline
hizada
inline
sırada
inline
sıralı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Positioned in a straight line

Please stand in line for the pledge of allegiance.

Suitable or appropriate; keeping with expectations, norms, ideals, or rules

rescues are usually organized by local garden clubs, but before you grab your shovel and head for the door, check with local government agencies to make sure you're in line with regulations. — Garden Superheroes, Garden Gate, Jan/Feb 2006, Issue 67, p.45.

On a queue; waiting one's turn for something

I'm waiting in line at the bakery.

To assume a position in the future

He's in line to be the next champion.

one behind another in a line or queue; "they waited in line for the tickets"
Descriptive of an extended sword arm that threatens the opponent
one behind another in a line or queue; "they waited in line for the tickets
point in line
the point of the attacking blade is in one of the lines and is threatening valid target
being next in a line of succession; "he was in line for the presidency"
awaiting something; especially something due; "people were in line at the checkout counter"; "she was in line for promotion"
Consisting of parts arranged in a single line
Inserted in the flow of a text
Being of a different type written in the body of a program, as assembly language code within BBC BASIC
inline
To optimize using in-line expansion
in-line
Used in the context of general equities 1) An order or market in a specific security which lies within the inside market; 2) any announcement (earnings) that adheres closely to Wall Street analysts' expectations
in-line
A synonym for "insert effect" Also, a mixer whose input and multitrack tape return controls are contained in each of its channel strips
in-line
A term used to describe microphone accessories that are connected between the mic and the mixer input
in-line
Almost always used in the context "in-line image," this refers to a resource of some type which is placed directly into a document As I say, this is nearly always an image, but the future could see things like in-line animations
in-line
Images included in text pages are officially linked to one line of text (hence in-lined)
in-line
Components of a system arranged in a logical production sequence and in such a way that materials are automatically fed to the next component An example would be a coating tower on a press to apply the lacquer or UV coating on the same pass as the color
in-line
Measurement or inspection that is taken in the production line of product wafers
in-line
Meaning the pump can be placed outside the pond with tubing supplying water to the pump The intake must be lower than the surface of the water, or gravity must pull water into the pump
in-line
Any operation tied to the printing process, such as folding, trimming, embossing, gluing, etc
in-line
Power or signal passage through a device which is in series with the line
in-line
Engine layout in which the cylinders are arranged in a row, and in-line with the wheels of the machine
in-line
Used in the context of general equities (1) An order or market in a specific security within the inside market; 2) any announcement (earnings) that adheres closely to Wall Street analysts' expectations
in-line
Image On a Web page, an image to be loaded along with the page text (although in-lines can be suppressed by a Netscape user to speed up page-loading)
inline
{s} having the parts aligned; being an integral part of a successive sequence of operations or machines
inline
Generally, this means to place something directly in the generated source code You can inline parameters and S-functions using the Real-Time Workshop
inline
A characteristic of how an image is specified in an HTML page, which indicates that the image is to be downloaded and displayed in the Web page
inline
Generally, this means to place something directly in the generated source code You can inline parameters and S-functions using Real-Time Workshop
inline
To replace a function call with a copy of the function's code during compilation
inline
alternative spelling of in-line
inline
A method of executing groups that does not push and pop the graphics state stack before and after it is executed
inline
a knot with only one incoming end and one outgoing end
inline
also known as online
inline
Cylinders in a single row, valve stems in a single row
inline
C++ keyword used to declare an inline function
inline
As applied to images or sounds accompanying pages on the World Wide Web, ones that are automatically downloaded as part of the page rather than those shown only when you select their link
inline
Keyword to preface a function declaration when the programmer intends the code replacing the function call to be inline The compiler parses this function, providing semantics equivalent to a non-inline version Compiler limits prevent complicated functions from being <inlined
inline
a production line of machinery for transporting a product through a series of automated machines or printing presses
inline
An agenda entry may be stored inline or out of line Inline means that the entry's rich text object is stored in the same stream as the entry
in line

    التركية النطق

    în layn

    المترادفات

    on line

    النطق

    /ən ˈlīn/ /ɪn ˈlaɪn/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'in, &n, &n ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German in in, Latin in, Greek en.

    رصف المشتركة

    in line with

    فيديوهات

    ... Line up and ask some questions. ...
    ... the world who is not terrified when you line up ...

    كلمة اليوم

    psithurism
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