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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} ısrar etmek

Hata yapmak insana mahsustur ama hatada ısrar etmek şeytanidir. - To err is human, but to persist in error is diabolical.

üstelemek
{f} sürdürmek

Biz sürdürmek istiyoruz. - We intend to persist.

sürüp gitmek
devamlı olarak
israr etmek
vazgeçmemek
üzerine düşmek
ısrar et

Hata yapmak insana mahsustur ama hatada ısrar etmek şeytanidir. - To err is human, but to persist in error is diabolical.

Çocuk fikrinde ısrar etti. - The boy persisted in his opinion.

devam etmek
inat etmek
sürmek
kalmak
{f} sebat etmek
ısrar inat
persistently ısrarla
devam etme
inatla
(Mukavele) kalmak, korunmak, daim olmak; ısrar etmek, üstelemek
{f} in -de ısrar etmek, -de ayak diremek, -de inat etmek
devamlı

Burada devamlı bir ağrı var. - I have a persistent pain here.

üzerinde durmak
persistent ısrar eden
persistencei sebat
üzerinde durarak
inatçı

Tom çok inatçı değildi. - Tom wasn't very persistent.

Sen çok inatçısın, değil mi? - You're very persistent, aren't you?

devam etmek kalmak
persistence
{i} sebat
persistence
ısrar

Senin ısrarın takdir edilmiyor. - Your persistence is not appreciated.

persistent
ısrarlı

Tom ısrarlı, değil mi? - Tom is persistent, isn't he?

Ben çok ısrarlı olabilirim. - I can be very persistent.

persistent
{s} kalıcı

Tom çok kalıcı, değil mi? - Tom is very persistent, isn't he?

persistent
ısrarcı

Sabırlı ve ısrarcı ol. Bu şeyler zaman alır. - Be patient and persistent. These things take time.

persistent
ısrar eden
persistent
inatçı

Sen çok inatçısın, değil mi? - You're very persistent, aren't you?

Tom çok inatçı değildi. - Tom wasn't very persistent.

persist in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- ısrar etmek , inat etmek , sebat etmek 2- devam etmek , sürüp gitmek 3- üstelemek
persist in
ayak diremek
persist in
ısrar etmek

Hata yapmak insana mahsustur ama hatada ısrar etmek şeytanidir. - To err is human, but to persist in error is diabolical.

persist in doing the opposite
zıt gitmek
persistence
{i} süreklilik
persistence
{i} devamlılık
persistence
(Denizbilim) istikrarlı
persistency
(Askeri) KALICILIK; KALMA SÜRESİ: Bir kimya harbi maddesinin, açık havada bırakıldıktan sonra, yoğun olarak kalabileceği süre
persistent
devamlı/ısrarlı
persistent
{s} sürekli

Sen süreklisin, değil mi? - You're persistent, aren't you?

persistent
devamlı

Burada devamlı bir ağrı var. - I have a persistent pain here.

persistence
(Teknik,Televizyon) kalıcı görüntü
persistence
(Çevre) dayanıklılık

Dayanıklılık her şeyi mümkün kılar. - Persistence makes anything possible.

persistence
inatçılık
persistence
(Teknik,Televizyon) görüntü tutulması
persistence
sürüp gitme
persistency
kalıcılık
persistency
(Biyoloji) iz bırakma
persistency
(Askeri) kalma süresi
persistent
direşken
persistent
(Tıp) persistant
persistent
ahtapot gibi
persistent
sürüp giden
persistently
inatla
persistently
devamlı olarak
persistently
üzerinde durarak
persistently
sürekli
persisting
devam etme
persistence
ısrar etme
persistency
ısrar
persistent
geçmeyen
persistent
bitmek bilmeyen
persistent
vazgeçmez
persistently
ısrarla

O ısrarla evimin kapı zilini çaldı. - He persistently rang my house's doorbell.

persistent
süreğen
persistent
Mütemâdi
persists
devam
persistence
sebat/ısrar
persistence
(Askeri) KATOT LAMBA İZLENİMİ: Katot ışınlı lamba üzerindeki şeklin teşekkül anından sonra açık bir şekil olarak kalma temayülü özelliği
persistence
{i} inat
persistence
{i} iz bırakma
persistence
sürerlik
persistence
persistans
persistence
(Tıp) Süt dişlerinin düşmemesi, persistans
persistent
iz bırakan
persistent
(Biyoloji) persistan
persistent
(Tıp) Devamlı mevcut olan, kesilmeksizin devam eden, geçmeyen inatçı (geçmeyen baş ağrısı gibi)
persistent
(Askeri) KALICI: Açık havada bırakıldıktan sonra, on dakikadan daha uzun bir süre için etkili bir kimya harbi maddesi olarak kalabilen
persistently
devamlı olarak/ısrarla
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To repeat an utterance
To go on stubbornly or resolutely
To continue to exist
To cause to persist; make permanent

This would not be saved after his session terminates because we don't have an actual user identity to allow us to persist the settings.

to continue steadfast against opposition
To stand firm; to be fixed and unmoved; to stay; to continue steadfastly; especially, to continue fixed in a course of conduct against opposing motives; to persevere; - - sometimes conveying an unfavorable notion, as of doggedness or obstinacy
{v} to persevere, go on, continue firm
be persistent, refuse to stop; "he persisted to call me every night"; "The child persisted and kept asking questions"
{f} insist, stand firm; persevere; continue
stay behind; "The smell stayed in the room"; "The hostility remained long after they made up"
If something undesirable persists, it continues to exist. Contact your doctor if the cough persists These problems persisted for much of the decade
continue to exist; "These stories die hard"; "The legend of Elvis endures"
stay behind; "The smell stayed in the room"; "The hostility remained long after they made up
If you persist in doing something, you continue to do it, even though it is difficult or other people are against it. Why does Britain persist in running down its defence forces? He urged the United States to persist with its efforts to bring about peace `You haven't answered me,' she persisted When I set my mind to something, I persist
persist in
carry forward; "We continued our research into the cause of the illness"
persistence
Of data, continuing to exist after the execution of the program

Once written to a disk file the data has persistence, it will still be there tomorrow when we run the next program.

persistence
Referring to the previous day's weather (particularly temperature and precipitation statistics)
persistency
A measure of how much something persists
persistency
The state of being persistent
persistent
Obstinately refusing to give up or let go

She has had a persistent cough for weeks.

persistent
Insistently repetitive

There was a persistent knocking on the door.

persistent
non-transient
persistent
Describing a fractal process that has a positive Brown function
persistence
a fixed adherence to a resolve, course of conduct, or the like
persistent
Existing even when not currently the subject of the coder's or computer's attention
persistence
{n} perseverance, obstinacy
persistent
{a} enduring, not decaying
persisting
{a} enduring, not decaying
Persistent
restant
persisted
past of persist
persistence
persistent determination
persistence
Visual persistence, or persistence of the visual impression; auditory persistence, etc
persistence
The quality or state of being persistent; staying or continuing quality; hence, in an unfavorable sense, doggedness; obstinacy
persistence
If you have persistence, you continue to do something even though it is difficult or other people are against it. Skill comes only with practice, patience and persistence = perseverance
persistence
The length of time a chemical will remain essentially unchanged in the environment
persistence
Continuing enrollment in subsequent semester(s) by a student
persistence
The principle that the state of an object is automatically preserved
persistence
constancy of purpose and unrelenting determination; a leadership quality required to persevere and prevail, even when others lose their strength and will
persistence
A characteristic of some chemicals such as certain pesticides that do not break down through chemical or microbial action, or that break down very slowly, remaining in the environment for longer than a growing season
persistence
A probability measure used by the mobile station to determine if it should transmit in a given Access Channel Slot
persistence
A bean persists by having its properties, fields and state information saved and restored to and from storage This is in contrast to transient objects that cease existing when the application that created them is not running
persistence
The property of being persistent
persistence
The resistance to degradation as measured by the period of time required for complete decomposition of a material
persistence
a wine is said to have persistence when its keeps giving off sensations after being swallowed
persistence
Stability of chemical compounds in the environment Persistence is an important negative criterion in the ecological assessment of chemicals
persistence
The ability of an object to exist beyond the time (and/or location) of the context that created it Includes aspects of: persistent storage and data member retrieval, resolving pointers and/or references across address spaces, consistent class descriptions Characteristic of the Object Design Model
persistence
The ability of strains of rhizobia to survive in the soil, even in the absence of an appropriate host plant
persistence
The protocol for transferring the state of an entity bean between its instance variables and an underlying database
persistence
the property of a continuous and connected period of time
persistence
That quality of an instance of data related to its existence beyond and outside of the life of its creating process or the lives of other processes that use it In this context, persistence is normally used in describing the life of objects relative to sessions, i e , whether or not they live beyond sessions
persistence
The amount of time that a chemical remains in the environment A chemical may persist for less than a second or indefinitely
persistence
Persistence is the ability to reform an object into a running process from data on some storage medium (i e , normally disk)
persistence
{i} diligence, perseverance; tenacity, stubbornness; continuation
persistence
A property of a programming language where created objects and variables continue to exist and retain their values between runs of the program
persistence
The persistence of something, especially something bad, is the fact of its continuing to exist for a long time. an expression of concern at the persistence of inflation and high interest rates
persistence
Refers to the length of time a compound stays in the environment, once introduced A compound may persist for less than a second or indefinitely
persistence
the act of persisting or persevering; continuing or repeating behavior; "his perseveration continued to the point where it was no longer appropriate"
persistence
refers to a student's continued enrollment in college beyond any particular term
persistence
The property of objects and types in some languages that they continue to exist (in some form) beyond the boundaries of the program execution in which they are originally created See also: "temporal persistence¤¤", "spatial persistence¤¤"
persistence
Refers to the length of time a compound stays in the environment, once introduced pH The value that determines if a substance is acid, neutral or basic, calculated from the number of hydrogen ions present It is measured on a scale from 0 to 14, on which 7 means the substance is neutral pH values below 7 indicate that a substance is acidic and pH values above 7 indicate that it is basic
persistence
Ability of an organism to remain in a particular setting for a period of time after it is introduced
persistence
Refers to the length of time a compound stays in the environment, once introduced A com- pound may persist for less than a second or indefinitely
persistence
The ability of the Object COBOL run-time system to remember the state of all objects in the system between runs It does this by storing all objects in an indexed file Persistence is an Early Release feature of Object COBOL
persistence
In object models, a condition that allows instances of classes to be stored externally, for example in a relational database
persistence
The continuance of an effect after the cause which first gave rise to it is removed The persistence of motion
persistency
The retention of business that occurs when a policy remains in force as a result of the continued payment of the policy's renewal premiums
persistency
persistent determination
persistency
Visual persistence, or persistence of the visual impression; auditory persistence, etc
persistency
The quality or state of being persistent; staying or continuing quality; hence, in an unfavorable sense, doggedness; obstinacy
persistency
The purpose of the persistency package is to provide a set of tools for managing the I/O of event data from user processes to data file It makes use of the persistency tools provided by ROOT to serve this purpose The Persistency package exists as an intermediate layer between the IoModules package and ROOT
persistency
The staying quality of life insurance policies High persistency means that a high percentage of policies remain in force to the end of a specified period of coverage Low persistency means that a high percentage of policies lapse because of nonpayment of premiums
persistency
The "staying" quality of life insurance policies High persistency means that a low percentage of policies lapse for nonpayment of premiums
persistency
= The tendency or likelihood of insurance business not lapsing or being replaced by another insurer's product; an important underwriting factor
persistency
The tendency or likelihood of insurance business not lapsing or being replaced by another insurer's product; an important underwriting factor
persistency
A measure of how long the various policies in a group of policies remain in force as a result of the continued payment of renewal premiums
persistency
The measure of how much one (or thing) persists
persistency
The degree to which policies stay in force through the continued payment of renewal premiums
persistency
A term used to refer to the length of time insurance remains continuously in force
persistency
A term used to refer to the length of time insurance remains continuously in force with a company
persistency
An expression of the duration of the effectiveness of an agent This depends on the physical and chemical properties of the agent, weather, methods of dissemination, and conditions of the terrain [82]
persistency
The staying quality of insurance policies, i e , the renewal quality High persistency means that a high percentage of policies stay in force to the end of the period coverage, while low persistency means that a high percentage of policies lapse for nonpayment of premiums (LI)
persistency
{i} diligence; stubbornness; continuity
persistency
The continuance of an effect after the cause which first gave rise to it is removed The persistence of motion
persistent
retained; not shed; "persistent leaves remain attached past maturity"; "the persistent gills of fishes"
persistent
Wine of which the taste remains in the mouth
persistent
A disease or other medical condition that returns or continues over a long time
persistent
not deciduous, regardless if the leaf is alive or dead
persistent
Pertaining to data that is maintained across session boundaries, usually in nonvolatile storage such as a database system or a directory
persistent
Existing even when not currently the subject of the coder's, computer's, or instruction-follower's attention
persistent
Used to describe chemicals that remain in the environment for biologically significant periods of time This may allow the chemical to be absorbed into the tissues of various organisms and passed along in food chains
persistent
retained; not shed; "persistent leaves remain attached past maturity"; "the persistent gills of fishes
persistent
Remaining on the plant; not falling off readily
persistent
Remaining beyond the period when parts of the same kind sometimes fall off or are absorbed; permanent; as, persistent teeth or gills; a persistent calyx; opposed to deciduous, and caducous
persistent
the base class that makes it possible for an object to be stored (mostly) transparently in the ZODB
persistent
A system is persistent if the state of all programs is automatically preserved across power off Keykos acheives this with normal hardware and checkpoint-restart logic In persistent systems, such as Keykos, ordinary program variables may retain their values for the lifetime of a physical machine or longer
persistent
Lasting past maturity without falling off
persistent
When applied to storage media, the ability for the medium to retain information across a power-cycle For example, a hard disk is a persistent storage medium, whereas a ramdisk is not, because the data is lost when power is lost
persistent
Someone who is persistent continues trying to do something, even though it is difficult or other people are against it. a persistent critic of the government's transport policies
persistent
never-ceasing; "the relentless beat of the drums"
persistent
Inclined to persist; having staying qualities; tenacious of position or purpose
persistent
Hang on through winter or long period of time, e g plant parts: fruits, seeds, leaves, etc
persistent
{s} tenacious, stubborn; persevering; constant, continual; diligent
persistent
never-ceasing; "the relentless beat of the drums" retained; not shed; "persistent leaves remain attached past maturity"; "the persistent gills of fishes
persistent
About some data or data structures: existing after the execution of the program. Remaining in existence past the lifetime of the program that creates it
persistent
Something that is persistent continues to exist or happen for a long time; used especially about bad or undesirable states or situations. His cough grew more persistent until it never stopped Shoppers picked their way through puddles caused by persistent rain
persistent
Any data held within a database Any data not stored in a database is transient and will be erased when aprocess is stopped
persistent
Indefinitely continuous
persistent
continually recurring to the mind; "haunting memories"; "the cathedral organ and the distant voices have a haunting beauty"- Claudia Cassidy
persistent
Refers to the creation and maintenance of a bean
persistent
Remaining attached to the plant
persistently
with persistence
persistently
stubbornly; diligently; industriously
persistently
in a persistent manner; "he was asking questions, unavoidable questions, persistently "
persistently
If something happens persistently, it happens again and again or for a long time. The allegations have been persistently denied by ministers
persistently
with persistence in a persistent manner; "he was asking questions, unavoidable questions, persistently
persistently
If someone does something persistently, they do it with determination even though it is difficult or other people are against it. Rachel gently but persistently imposed her will upon Douglas
persistently
In a persistent manner
persisting
relentless and indefatigable in pursuit or as if in pursuit; "impossible to escape the dogging fears"
persisting
present participle of persist
persisting
Inclined to persist; tenacious of purpose; persistent
persists
third-person singular of persist
persist
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