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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} oyuk
(İnşaat,Teknik) duvarda yapılan boşluk
duvarda oyuk (heykel vb için)
(İnşaat) duvarda oyuk
duvardaki hücre
uygun yer/iş/mevki
uygun yere koymak
oyuğa koymak
{i} (heykel v.b. için) duvarda oyuk
işe yerleştirmek
{i} niş
heykel veya benzeri için özellikle duvarda bir oyuk
uygun ortam/hücre
{i} mevki, uygun yer
uygun bir yere yerleştirmek
(Tıp) Çöküntü, yuva, mide ülserlerinde röntgen yardımiyle görülen girinti (Haudek belirtisi)
hücreye yerleştirmek
{i} uygun yer
(Çevre) ekolojik konum
heykel veya benzeri için oyuk
(İnşaat) girinti
(İnşaat) göz
niche marketing
(Ticaret) bir pazarlama stratejisi
niche marketing
(Ticaret) niş pazarlama
niche market
(Ekonomi) Niş pazar: Niş pazar bir pazarın içinde belli bir konuya odaklanmış pazardır. Ayrıcalıklı bir niş pazar genelde mevcut bir pazarda karşılanamayan talepler üzerine doğar
niche market.
niş pazar
niche markets
niş pazarlar
niche models
niş modeller
niche product
uygun ürün
niche market
(Ticaret) niş pazarı
niche overlap
(Denizbilim) niş örtüşümü
niche sector
(Ticaret) niş sektörü
market niche
piyasa talebi
niche market
niş pazar
preferred niche
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tercihli yaşam alanı
realized niche
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerçekleşen yaşam alanı
refuge niche
refüj girintisi
wall niche
(İnşaat) duvar nişi
window niche
(İnşaat) pencere nişi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A cavity, hollow, or recess, generally within the thickness of a wall, for a statue, bust, or other erect ornament. Hence, any similar position, literal or figurative

Images defended from the injuries of the weather by niches of stone wherein they are placed. --Evelun.

A function within an ecological system to which an organism is especially suited
An arrow woven into a muslim prayer rug pointing in the direction of Mecca
Any position of opportunity for which one is well-suited, such as a particular market in business
The limited portions of the environment, in terms of space, resources, etc , that a species fits and/or that it requires for its survival and reproductive success
Adaptive role that a species has in a habitat This includes its behavior and interactions with other species
the place occupied by a species in its ecosystem and its role: where it lives, what it feeds on and when it performs all its activities
The place and role occupied by an organism in a community, determined by its nutritional requirements, habit, etc Different species may occupy a similar niche in different areas, for example, the grass species of the Australian grasslands, though different from those of the Albertan grasslands, occupy the same niche The same species may also occupy a different niche in different areas The more adaptable the species the wider the niche it may occupy
1 In natural ecosystems, there are many different ways in which animals may survive (grazing, hunting, on the ground, in trees, etc ), and each survival strategy is called an ``ecological niche''
A hollow recess or indentation in a wall to hold a statue or other object
(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment and community (affecting its survival as a species)
A niche in the market is a specific area of marketing which has its own particular requirements, customers, and products. I think we have found a niche in the toy market
  all the components of the environment with which the organism or population interacts; an organism's unique "place" in the function and structure of a biosystem
a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it; "he found his niche in the academic world"
A cavity, hollow, or recess, generally within the thickness of a wall, for a statue, bust, or other erect ornament
The way that an organism fits into an ecosystem, defined by what it eats, what eats it and other factors Species cannot coexist without competition if they try to occupy the same niche
(habitat niche) the peculiar arrangement of food, cover, and water that meets the requirements of a particular species
hence, any similar position, literal or figurative
The physical and functional location of an organism within an ecosystem; where a living thing is found and what it does there
a small concavity
A peak in the fitness landscape occupied by one variety of creature, often unopposed Niches, in coevolutionary thought, are created by the organism interactions and do not exist in isolation and are a way of maximising group fitness by minimising competition (see synergy)
an enclosure that is set back or indented
A recess in a wall (interior or exterior), especially for a statue Usually curved at the back
the role of an organism in an ecological community; the environmental requirements and tolerances of a species; sometimes seen as a species’ “profession” or what it does to survive
Niche marketing is the practice of dividing the market into specialized areas for which particular products are made. A niche market is one of these specialized areas. Many media experts see such all-news channels as part of a general move towards niche marketing The Japanese are able to supply niche markets because of their flexible production methods
A niche is a hollow area in a wall which has been made to hold a statue, or a natural hollow part in a hill or cliff. Above him, in a niche on the wall, sat a tiny veiled Ganesh, the elephant god There was a niche in the rock where the path ended
the ecological role of an organism in a community
– The role of an organism in a community; the specific space occupied by an organism within its habitat
(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment and community (affecting its survival as a species) a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it; "he found his niche in the academic world
A recess in a wall for displaying a sculpture or other accessory
Your niche is the job or activity which is exactly suitable for you. Simon Lane quickly found his niche as a busy freelance model maker. relating to selling goods to a particular small group of people who have similar needs, interests etc. Smallest unit of a habitat that is occupied by an organism. A habitat niche is the physical space occupied by the organism; an ecological niche is the role the organism plays in the community of organisms found in the habitat. The activities of an organism and its relationships to other organisms are determined by its particular structure, physiology, and behaviour
the unique position occupied by a particular species, conceived both in terms of the actual physical area that it inhabits and the function that it performs within the community (Morris 1992)
The function of an organism in a complex system, including place of the organism, the resources used in a given location, and the time of use (See 619)
{i} small alcove, recess; good position, place that is suitable for someone or something; function or role of an organism within an ecosystem (Ecology)
The portion of the environment which a species occupies A niche is defined in terms of the conditions under which an organism can survive, and may be affected by the presence of other competing organisms
(1) the set of functional relationships of an organism or population to the environment it occupies; (2) the area within a habitat occupied by an organism
the area within a habitat occupied by an organism
The function or position of an organism within the community structure
Functional role of a given organism within its habitat
The specific role of an animal-its occupation-in an ecosystem, including feeding, hiding, breeding, and preying habits, as well as the animal's role in providing food for other members of its community Keystone species occupy niches that are vital to the survival of many other animals
A subdivision within a motivational category of chain letters For example, of exchange letters, postcards or recipes may be exchanged Also a subdivision of the population of recipients (e g by gender, age, ethnic identity, language) that manifests in the propagation of varying chain letters with content specialized for this subdivision
niche market
a relatively small and specialist, yet profitable, market
niche marketing
the finding and exploitation of niche markets
niche markets
plural form of niche market
niche market
A small area of trade within the economy, often involving specialized products
Niche Marketing
(Reklam) Marketing adapted to the needs, wishes and expectations of small, precisely defined groups of individuals. A form of market segmentation, but aimed at very small segments. Niche marketing characteristically uses selective media
niche market
a gap in a market that is currently not being provided for by existing businesses in the industry
niche market
An easily identifiable market that can be targeted for direct promotion, i e golfers, model plane hobbyists, collectors, etc
niche market
are normally small segments of a market Suppliers are likely to face less competition when they initially enter such a market
{n} a hollow for a statue to stand in
eating niche
small area (in a home, etc.) used for eating
find a niche for oneself
find the job that is right for you, find a place for oneself
Placed in a niche
plural of niche