migration

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الإنجليزية - التركية
göç

Hanson, uluslararası ekonomik gelişmelerin 17. yüzyılda büyük emek göçlerine yol açtığını söylediğinde hatalıdır. - Hanson is wrong when he states international economic developments led to great migrations of labour in the seventeenth century.

Afrika bir göç kıtasıdır. - Africa is a continent of migration.

yer değiştirme
(Tıp) Bir yerden diğer yere gitme veya geçme, göç etme
göçer
(Tıp) yerdeğiştirim
migrasyon
geçiş
göçme
{i} göçmenlik
Taşıma
{i} hicret
göçü
migrate
göç etmek
migrate
göçmek
migration rate
göç oranı
migration area
göç alanı
migration inhibitor
migrasyon önleyici
migration of ions
iyon göçü
migration boom
göç patlaması
migration defense intelligence threat data system; Modernized Defense Intelligen
(Askeri) göç savunma istihbarat tehdit veri sistemi; Modernize Edilmiş Savunma İstihbarat Tehdidi Veri Sistemi
migration length
(Nükleer Bilimler) göç uzunluğu
migration theory
göç teorisi
internal migration
içeriye göç
migrate
göç et

Kuşların neden göç ettiğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder why birds migrate.

Boş noktalar haritalardan kayboldu. Onlar tarih kitaplarına göç ettiler. - The blank spots have vanished from the maps. They have migrated to the history books.

illegal migration
yasadışı göç
internal migration
içgöç
international migration
uluslararası göç
migrate
muhaceret
migrate
(Kimya) göç etme
migrate
taşınmak
migrate
göçürmek
migrate
hicret
migrate
(Tıp) migrat
migrate
göçücü
migrate
(Bilgisayar) geçir
migrate
göç

Kuğular buradan Florida'ya göç ederler. - The swans migrate from here to Florida.

Kuşların neden göç ettiğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder why birds migrate.

task migration
görev göç ettirme
atomic migration
atom göçü
internal migration
iç göç
ion migration
iyon göçü
ionic migration
iyon göçmesi
anti-migration group
göç karşıtı grup
brain migration
Beyin göçü
out migration
dışarı göç
out-migration
Dışa göç
vertical migration
dikey göç
vertical migration
(Tekstil) Dikey migrasyon: Boya veya kimyasalın yerçekimi etkisiyle kumaş üzerinde dikey olarak göçü
capillary migration
kapiler taşınma
capillary migration
kılcal taşınma
determination of migration
(Ticaret) göç faktörleri
diel vertical migration
(Denizbilim) günlük dikey göç
directory service migration tool
Seyyar Dizin Hizmeti Aracı
increased migration
artan göç
increasing migration
artan göç
increasing migration
artmakta olan göç
ionic migration
iyonik hareket
mail file migration
Mail Dosyası Aktarımı
migrate
geçirmek, geçmek
migrate
(Tıp) Bir yerden diğer yere gitmek, bir yerden diğer yere geçmek, yer değiştirmek
migrate
geçirmek
population migration
nüfus göçü
primary migration
birincil göç
secondary migration
ikincil göç
task migration
gorev goc ettirme
temporary migration
(Coğrafya) geçici göç
tire migration
(Havacılık) lastiğin kayması
types of migration
göç türleri
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
changing a platform from an environment to another one
moving a place to live to another place for a while
seasonal moving for animals, birds or fishes to breed or find a new home
{n} the act of changing place, a removal
a group of people migrating together (especially in some given time period)
– the movement from one place to another (especially from one country to another) usually with intention to settle
the large-scale movement of a population for some specific purpose
the movement of animals in response to seasonal changes or changes in the food supply Examples of animals that migrate include ruby-throated hummingbirds, salmon, monarch butterflies, buffalo, and elephants
The movement of people across a specified boundary for the purpose of establishing a new or semipermanent residence Divided into international migration (migration between countries) and internal migration (migration within a country)
the movement of persons from one country or locality to another the periodic passage of groups of animals (especially birds or fishes) from one region to another for feeding or breeding (chemistry) the nonrandom movement of an atom or radical from one place to another within a molecule a group of people migrating together (especially in some given time period)
The annual or regular movement of certain animals from one habitat to another
a process applied to seismic data to put the reflections in their proper spatial position Since geophones and hydrophones are omni-directional devices, they cannot distinguish the direction from which a signal originates By convention, the geophysicist assumes that all the reflections received at a station originated directly beneath the station If the same subsurface feature creates a reflection that is seen at many stations, then a triangulation process can be used to "migrate" all the repeated observations of the same event to its proper location This process can be done either before or after the data are stacked (pre-stack or post-stack migration), and it can be done on the original time observations (time migration), or on data that has been converted to depth (depth migration)
{i} act or process of moving from one country to another, immigration; wandering; seasonal relocation of birds or other animals in groups; moving from one platform or operating system to another (Computers)
To move from one region to another with the change in weather or during breeding season
1 The periodic movement of animals from one location to another 2 The movement of large groups of ethnically similar peoples from one area to another
The movement of chemicals through media This term is often used to describe the movement of acids between adjacent materials, such as storage papers and enclosed photographs
The movements of genes caused by individuals moving, including new individuals entering (immigration) or leaving (emmigration) a population, introducing or removing genetic material and thereby changing allele frequencies
the act or process of people movement from one place to another with the intent of staying at the destination permanently or for a relatively long period of time
Movement from one place or country to settle in another
Migration widely refers to the process of moving a computer system and/or its components from one operating environment to another operating environment Migration also refers to moving data from one storage medium or device to another
A change from one hardware or software technology to another A database may be moved to a newer, faster server
A means of overcoming technological obsolescence by transferring digital resources from one hardware/software generation to the next The purpose of migration is to preserve the intellectual content of digital objects and to retain the ability for clients to retrieve, display, and otherwise use them in the face of constantly changing technology Migration differs from the refreshing of storage media in that it is not always possible to make an exact digital copy or replicate original features and appearance and still maintain the compatibility of the resource with the new generation of technology
The act of migrating
act of moving from one region to another especially at regular seasonal intervals
(chemistry) the nonrandom movement of an atom or radical from one place to another within a molecule
the periodic passage of groups of animals (especially birds or fishes) from one region to another for feeding or breeding
Some distributed-parallel systems make it possible for their tasks to move, or migrate, from a node to another node while the tasks are running This is called `task migration' In such systems, tasks running on a heavily-loaded node may migrate to a lightly-loaded node to balance the loads across the system The `real' migration is very hard to implement on Windows or UNIX because their system call suites for communication are designed to keep on running on a single node throughout SSS-PC employs a virtualized communication mechanism of MBCF for interprocess communication to enable the `real' migration The `real' migration means that a migrated task can continue to run even after the original node is shut down SSS-PC is equipped with the `real' migration so that it is possible to increase or decrease nodes while applications are running
Preserving the integrity of digital images by transferring them across hardware and software configurations and across subsequent generations of computer technology Migration includes refreshment (copying digital files from one media to another) as a means of preservation and access However, migration differs from refreshment in the sense that it is not always possible to make an exact copy of a database or even an image file as changes in hardware and software occur and still maintain compatibility with the new generation of technology
[n] the movement of people or other organisms from one area to another
A DIGITAL PRESERVATION STRATEGY which employs a set of organised tasks designed to achieve the periodic transfer of digital materials from one hardware/software configuration to another, or from one generation of computer technology to a subsequent generation The purpose of migration is to preserve the integrity of digital objects and to retain the ability for clients to retrieve, display, and otherwise use them in the face of constantly changing technology
The periodic movement of animals from one place to another, often between feeding and spawning areas
movement, usually seasonal, from one region or climate to another for purposes of feeding or breeding
the movement of persons from one country or locality to another
seasonal moving for animals, birds or fishes to breed or find a new hanging field
Seasonal movement of animals such as birds from one region to another
The movement' over a long period of time' of an ingredient from one component to another when the two are in surface contact May occur between tape components or between a tape and the surface to which it is applied Some plastic films and foams contain plasticizers which are apt to migrate into the tape adhesive' causing the adhesive to soften
Migration Period
The Migration Period, also known as the period of the Barbarian invasions or of the Völkerwanderung ("migration of peoples" in German), was a period of intensified human migration in Europe from about 400 to 800 AD
migration of birds
flight of birds from one region to another (i.e. at the start of each spring and winter)
migration of nations
period of mass worldwide migration of people
migration route
the geographic route along which birds customarily migrate
migrate
To induce customers to shift purchases from one set of a company's related products to another

We were hoping to migrate the customers of the C series to the E series and the E customers to the S series.

migrate
To change habitations across a border; to move from one country or political region to another
migrate
To change one's geographic pattern of habitation

Many groups had migrated to western Europe from the plains of eastern Europe.

migrate
: To move computer code or files from one computer or network to another
migrate
To move slowly towards, usually in groups
migrate
to remove or pass from one country, region, or habitat to another
migrate
{v} to change place, to remove
internal migration
human migration within one geopolitical entity, usually a nation
lessepsian migration
(Biyoloji) Lessepsian migration (also called Erythrean invasion) is the ongoing migration of marine species across the Suez Canal, usually from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, more rarely in the opposite direction. It is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the engineer in charge of the canal's construction. On a wider context, the term "Lessepsian migration" is used to describe any animal migration over man-made structures, i.e. that which would not have occurred had it not been for the presence of an artificial structure
data migration
process of transferring data from one platform or operating system to another
human migration
Permanent change of residence by an individual or group, excluding such movements as nomadism and migrant labour. Migrations may be classed as internal or international and as voluntary or forced. Voluntary migration is usually undertaken in search of a better life; forced migrations include expulsions during war and the transportation of slaves or prisoners. The earliest humans migrated from Africa to all the continents except Antarctica within about 50,000 years. Other mass migrations include the forced migration of 20 million people as slaves from Africa to North America in the 16th-19th centuries and the Great Atlantic Migration of 37 million people from Europe to North America between 1820 and 1980. War-related forced migrations and refugee flows continue to be very large, as are voluntary migrations from developing nations to industrialized ones. Internal migrations have tended to be from rural areas to urban centers
migrate
the movement of neurons to predetermined locations
migrate
{f} immigrate; wander; move from one region to another in a group; resettle seasonally
migrate
To induce customers to shift purchases from one set of a companys related products to another
migrate
To remove from one country or region to another, with a view to residence; to change one's place of residence; to remove; as, the Moors who migrated from Africa into Spain; to migrate to the West
migrate
move periodically or seasonally; "birds migrate in the Winter"; "The worker migrate to where the crops need harvesting
migrate
To move computer code or files from one computer or network to another
migrate
To move files from one volume to another within a file domain
migrate
(1) To move data from one storage pool to the storage pool specified as the next pool in the hierarchy The process is controlled by the high and low migration thresholds for the first storage pool See high migration threshold and low migration threshold
migrate
to move to another home When birds migrate, they fly away to live in another place that has more food and warmer weather
migrate
move periodically or seasonally; "birds migrate in the Winter"; "The worker migrate to where the crops need harvesting"
migrate
To travel at regular intervals in large numbers in a particular direction, typically north or south
migrate
The process of upgrading an Oracle database from one major release to another
migrate
When birds, fish, or animals migrate, they move at a particular season from one part of the world or from one part of a country to another, usually in order to breed or to find new feeding grounds. Most birds have to fly long distances to migrate. a dam system that kills the fish as they migrate from streams to the ocean. + migration mi·gra·tion the migration of animals in the Serengeti
migrate
to move from one place to another, usually for food or to mate
migrate
(MY-grate) to move regularly from one place to another
migrate
To go on MIGRATION
migrate
If people migrate, they move from one place to another, especially in order to find work or to live somewhere for a short time. People migrate to cities like Jakarta in search of work Farmers have learned that they have to migrate if they want to survive. + migration migrations mi·gra·tion the migration of Soviet Jews to Israel
migrate
To pass periodically from one region or climate to another for feeding or breeding; said of certain birds, fishes, and quadrupeds
migrate
In nature, the movement of a species, alone or as a group, from one part of the world to another
migrate
To travel from one climatic region to another on a regular basis Many birds migrate to warmer climates in winter and return home in spring
migrate
- To move from one region, climate or environment to another
migrate
To relocate periodically from one region to another, usually according to the seasons
migrate
Relocate a server or group of servers from one LMID to another Migration must be planned for and specified in the configuration file
migrate
To move data from one storage location to another See also client migration and server migration
migrate
move from one country or region to another and settle there; "Many Germans migrated to South America in the mid-19th century"; "This tribe transmigrated many times over the centuries"
migrations
plural of migration
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف migration في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

migrat
(Tıp) migrate
migration

    الواصلة

    mi·gra·tion

    التركية النطق

    maygreyşın

    النطق

    /mīˈgrāsʜən/ /maɪˈɡreɪʃən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'mI-"grAt, mI-' ] (intransitive verb.) 1697. From Middle French migration and its source, Latin migrātiō, from the participle stem of migrāre (“to migrate”).

    فيديوهات

    ... that have never been faced before. 

You will hear more and more about migration into ...
    ... But then television has made a very easy migration to the ...

    كلمة اليوم

    feuilleton
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