noiseless

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gürültüsüz
sessiz

Benim için sürpriz oldu, kapı sessizce açıldı. - Much to my surprise, the door opened noiselessly.

{s} sakin
noiselessness sessizlik
noiselessly sessizce
noise
gürültü

Gürültüden dolayı uyuyamıyoruz. - We can't sleep because of the noise.

Bebek uyuyor. Gürültü yapmayın. - The baby is asleep. Don't make a noise.

noise
ses

Dün gece, Tom'un odasından gelen garip bir ses duydum. - I heard a strange noise coming from Tom's room last night.

Çorbanızı içerken ses çıkartmayınız. - Don't make noises when you eat soup.

noise
{f} ses çıkarmak
noise
{f} gürültü etmek
noise
(Dilbilim) engel

Onun penceresinin dışındaki gürültü onun uyumasını engelledi. - The noise outside his window prevented him from sleeping.

Lütfen gürültüyü engeller misin? - Would you please keep the noise down?

noise
sessiz

Çocuklara sessiz kalmalarını emrettim, ama onlar gürültü yapmaya devam ettiler. - I ordered the children to stay quiet, but they kept on making noise.

Benim için sürpriz oldu, kapı sessizce açıldı. - Much to my surprise, the door opened noiselessly.

noise
zımbırtı
noise
(Gıda) kirlilik
noise
gürültüsüz
noise
kısa devre
silent
gürültüsüz
silent
süküti
silent
ağız açmamak
noise
patırtı
silent
telaffuz edilmeyen
silent
yazılıp da söylenmeyen
silent
{s} sessiz

Bir süre sessiz kaldı. - He kept silent for a while.

O, bir süre sessiz kaldı. - He remained silent for a while.

noise
parazit
noise
{f} about/around/abroad etrafa yaymak, ilan etmek
noise
velvele
noise
(Askeri) PARAZİT: Bir almaçta, karışımından ayrı olarak, alıcı tarafından arzu edilmeyen karışıklık. Parazit, sesli muhabere cihazlarında sesle kendini belli eder; radar cinsinden cihazlarda gözle görünür. Gözle görünene (snow) da denir
noise
{i} ses, gürültü, patırtı, şamata
noise
(Tıp) Ses, seda, ses veren isimden kulağa gelen titreşim
noiselessly
sessizce

Benim için sürpriz oldu, kapı sessizce açıldı. - Much to my surprise, the door opened noiselessly.

noiselessly
gürültüsüzce
noiselessly
z. sessizce
silent
silentness sessizlik
silent
{s} içten içe güdülen
silent
silentlysessizce
silent
{s} içinden okunan
silent
{s} suskun

Uzun süredir suskunum. - I have been silent for a long time.

silent
{s} yazıldığı halde okunmayan (harf)
silent
silent system mahpusların birbiri ile konuşmalarını yasak eden sistem
silent
silent partner işlerin yürütülmesine karışmayan ortak
silent
söylenmeyen
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Producing no noise; without noise

The movements of the cat were noiseless as it approached the mousehole.

silent
{a} making no noise, silent, quiet, easy
{s} quiet, silent, making no sound; still
making no sound; "th' inaudible and noiseless foot of time"- Shakespeare
Making, or causing, no noise or bustle; without noise; silent; as, the noiseless foot of time
Something or someone that is noiseless does not make any sound. The snow was light and noiseless as it floated down. = silent noisy + noiselessly noise·less·ly I shut the door noiselessly behind me
noise
The measured level of variation in gene expression among cells, regardless of source, within a supposedly identical population
noise
Various sounds, usually unwanted

He knew that it was trash day, when the garbage collectors made all the noise.

noise
To talk, especially to spread rumor or gossip

He noised about that he wanted the promotion, unwilling to ask for it but wanting it to be talked about.

noise
To make noise
noise
Unwanted part of a signal. (Signal to noise ratio)
noiselessly
In a quiet manner, without any noise

Not thirty paces behind the two she crouched--Sabor, the huge lioness--lashing her tail. Cautiously she moved a great padded paw forward, noiselessly placing it before she lifted the next. Thus she advanced; her belly low, almost touching the surface of the ground--a great cat preparing to spring upon its prey.

noise
Noise is a loud or unpleasant sound. There was too much noise in the room and he needed peace The noise of bombs and guns was incessant The baby was filled with alarm at the darkness and the noise
noise
{n} a sound, outcry, clamor, squabble
noise
{v} to sound loud, bawl out, spread a report
noise
(n ) The irrelevant data that hamper the recognition and interpretation of the data of interest
noise
Random, sporadic, or multi-frequency electrical signals that become part of a transmission making the signal or information more difficult to identify Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) that causes undesirable effects in the circuits of computer systems Sources of the problem include electric motors, relays, motor control devices, broadcast transmissions, microwave radiation, and distant electrical storms RFI, EMI and other frequency problems can cause data error, data loss, storage loss, keyboard lockup and system lockup Nominal Value - A designated value which has been accepted for the sake of convenience For instance, nominal voltages are values assigned to circuits so that the voltages of the circuits can be conveniently discussed as 120 Vac nominal units, or 230 Vac nominal units
noise
the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan
noise
In a cable or circuit and extraneous sounds or signal which tends to interfere with the sound or signal normally present in or passing through the system
noise
To sound; to make a noise
noise
emit a noise
noise
To spread by rumor or report
noise
Data or unidentifiable marks picked up in the course of scanning or data transfer that do not correspond to the original
noise
The effects produced by random electrical fluctuations in radio receivers These tend to conceal or distort the effects of true celestial radio power, which also has the character of noise
noise
That disturbance of a signal that might occur if your MIDI cables are too long--exceeding 15 meters in length, for example NORMAL MODE: When a (controller) keyboard has this setting (as contrasted with split, or fingered modes), the sounds are all of one voice--from the lowest note to the highest In this mode, the resemblance is to an acoustical instrument [See also: SPLIT MODE, FINGERED MODE ]
noise
{f} spread rumors, gossip; make loud sound
noise
If you say that someone makes the right noises or makes all the right noises, you think that they are showing concern or enthusiasm about something because they feel they ought to rather than because they really want to. He was making all the right noises about multi-party democracy and human rights. see also big noise. be noised abroad/about/around if news or information is noised abroad, people are talking about it. Undesired sound that is intrinsically objectionable or that interferes with other sounds being listened to. In electronics and information theory, noise refers to those random, unpredictable, and undesirable signals, or changes in signals, that mask the desired information content. In radio, this noise is called static; in television, it is called snow. White noise is a complex signal or sound covering the entire range of component frequencies, or tones, all of which possess equal intensity
noise
Sound of any kind
noise
Factors that distort communication between buyer and seller, including barriers to communication
noise
Unwanted signals not present in the original transmitted information; disturbances that tend to interfere with normal operations of the communication system
noise
A noise is a sound that someone or something makes. Sir Gerald made a small noise in his throat. birdsong and other animal noises
noise
Literally, any undesired signal In the case of power lines, noise means any electromagnetic energy other than the power waveform (typically 50Hz or 60Hz, but occasionally 400Hz) RFI noise refers specifically to undesired signal in the radio-frequency range, typically 150kHz to 30MHz Power lines may transmit noise common mode (signals on both power conductors referenced to ground and differential mode (signals on one power conductor referenced to the other)
noise
Noise is visual "clutter" that appears on the display It's caused by too many undesirable signals being picked up by the fish finder (typically from electrical sources such as trolling motors, alternators, spark plugs, radio transmitters, etc ) Manually adjusting the sensitivity helps fine-tune the sonar to show the most detail with the least noise For automatic sensitivity adjustments for the best picture possible, Advanced Signal Processing (ASP™) is also found on all Lowrance units
noise
incomprehensibility resulting from irrelevant information or meaningless facts or remarks; "all the noise in his speech concealed the fact that he didn't have anything to say"
noise
The random fluctuations that are always associated with a measurement that is repeated many times over These fluctuations do not represent any real sources of infrared radiation of target, but rather are caused by the imperfections of the system
noise
sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
noise
To disturb with noise
noise
Loud or continuous talk; general talk or discussion; rumor; report
noise
An unwanted or undesirable signal See system noise
noise
(Ticaret) The difference between the predicted and observed values of a model due to random error including missing and incomplete data
noise
A word used to describe signals which humans consider to contain little useful information, or which they actually find unpleasant Waveform Frequency Spectrum Hear Me (8k) There are some synthetic types of noise which are useful in sound synthesis and technical equipment alignment etc These are called white noise, pink noise and (the author has heard) blue noise White noise contains all frequencies in equal amplitude distribution (and the metaphor is from white light which has a similar attribute) Pink noise is filtered white noise (some frequencies removed) and other colours of the noise rainbow represent other filterings
noise
In a cable or circuit, any extraneous signal which interferes with the desired signal
noise
May appear as bright specks in dark areas of a scan due to electrical interference in the CCD sensor and associated circuitry
noise
An outside signal that interrupts, interferes, or reduces the clarity of a transmission
noise
If someone makes noises of a particular kind about something, they say things that indicate their attitude to it in a rather indirect or vague way. The President took care to make encouraging noises about the future His mother had also started making noises about it being time for him to leave home
noise
Background signal fluctuations arising from the detector that are recorded in the chromatogram Noise can't be totally eliminated without diminishing the signal intensity and affecting sensitivity
noise
Music, in general; a concert; also, a company of musicians; a band
noise
In the scanning context, this refers to random, incorrectly read pixel values, normally due to electrical interference or device instability
noise
Interference (static) that destroys the integrity of signals on a line Noise can come from a variety of sources, including radio waves, nearby electrical wires, lightning, and bad connections One of the major advantages of fiber optic cables over metal cables is that they are much less susceptible to noise
noise
Sound or signal generated by random fluctuations
noise
The term "noise" is rather ambiguous if not qualified as to type In general, it includes the effects of nonlinearities (INL, DNL), random (see also Random Noise) and fixed-pattern effects, and sampling-time error Total noise, for instance, is any deviation of the output signal from the input signal, excluding deviations caused by differential gain and phase errors or DC-level shifts Notable examples of such effects, here defined as noise, include quantization error, harmonic and intermodulation distortion, and spurious distortion (see also Quantization Error/Noise, Two-Tone Intermodulation Distortion, Multi-Tone Intermodulation Distortion, and Total Harmonic Distortion)
noise
Noise is an electrical term for interference, and is due to the random thermal motion of electrons Therefore it is based on the temperature of the surroundings For example, a Satellite points at an Earth Station (Earth being roughly 270 Kelvin) The Earth Station points into space (blank space being roughly 80 Kelvin) Occasionally the sun is behind the Satellite and so the Earth Station sees an infinite temperature A few times a year links suffer station-sun interference
noise
the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience; "modern music is just noise to me"
noise
Price and volume fluctuations that can confuse interpretation of market direction Used in the context of general equities Stock market activity caused by program trades, dividend rolls, and other phenomena not reflective of general sentiment Antithesis of real
noise
a loud outcry of protest or complaint; "the announcement of the election recount caused a lot of noise"; "whatever it was he didn't like it and he was going to let them know by making as loud a noise as he could"
noise
Especially, loud, confused, or senseless sound; clamor; din
noise
1) An undesired disturbance within the frequency band of interest; the summation of unwanted or disturbing energy introduced into a communications system from man-made and natural sources 2) A disturbance that affects a signal and that may distort the information carried by the signal 3) Random variations of one or more characteristics of any entity such as voltage, current, or data
noise
In communications, extraneous signals on a transmission channel that degrade the quality or performance of the channel Noise is often caused by interference from nearby power lines, from electrical equipment, or from spikes in the AC line voltage
noise
In models, the omnipresent and apparently meaningless background of natural climatic variability, from which the significant data (the "signal") must be distinguished (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
noise
{i} loud sound; ruckus; background noise, random electrical signals which interfere with communications (Computers, Electronics)
noise
electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication
noiselessly
without a sound; "he stood up soundlessly and speechlessly and glided across the hallway and through a door
noiselessly
without making any sound = silently
noiselessly
quietly, silently, without noise
noiseless
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