root

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kök

Rusya, Polonya, Çek ve Bulgaristan'ın ortak Slav kökleri var. - Such languages as Russian, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian have common Slavic roots.

Bu ağacın kökleri derinlere uzanıyor. - The roots of this tree go down deep.

{i} köken

Rusça, Lehçe, Çekçe ve Bulgarca gibi dillerin ortak Slav kökenleri vardır. - Such languages as Russian, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian have common Slavic roots.

Algebra kelimesi Arapça kökenlidir, değil mi? - The word 'algebra' has Arabic roots, right?

{i} kaynak
köklenmek
kökten
çatı
ağaç kökü
köklendirmek
yok etmek
kökeni ya da temeli olmak
(about/around/for ile) bir şey bulmak için altını üstüne getirmek
kökünü kazımak
kök tutmak
merkez
kök salmak
karıştırmak
kökü olmak
(out ile) defetmek
(Bilgisayar) Alan barındırma hizmetlerinde yayınlanacak dosyaların atılması gereken ana, kök dizin
{f} araştırmak
{f} kökleştirmek, tutturmak; kökleşmek, tutmak
{f} çakmak
kök,v.köklen: n.kök
{i} altında yatan neden
{f} deşmek
(Tıp) Kök (diş, kıl, tırnak, bitki vs), radix
dili desteklemek
{i} akortta temel nota
root up kökünden sökmek
{f} burnu ile eşelemek
{i} temel

Problemin temeline gitmeliyiz. - We must get to the root of the problem.

{i} esas neden
{f} yerleşmek
{f} kökleşmek
roo ara/yerleştir/kök sal
{f} eşelemek
{f} kökleştirmek
altında yatan n
cezir
(Dilbilim) dil kökü
(Argo) berbat etmek
toptan
(Bilgisayar) root
rooted
{s} kökleşmiş
rooted
(Hukuk) köklü
root out
tamamen bitirmek,yok etmek
root beer
alkolsüz bira

Vincento bir hamburgerle birlikte alkolsüz biradan hoşlanır. - Vincento likes root beer with a hamburger.

Alkolsüz bira sever misin? - Do you like root beer?

root cause
(Ticaret) temel neden
root for
{k} -i desteklemek
root apex
(Diş Hekimliği) kök ucu
root around
altını üstüne getirmek
root bulb
(Tarım) soğansı yumru
root canal
(Diş Hekimliği) kök kanalı
root folder
(Bilgisayar) kök dizin
root folder
(Bilgisayar) kök klasörü
root hair
kök tüyü
root hair
emici tüy
root locus
kök yereğrisi
root meaning
kökanlam
root menu
(Bilgisayar) kök menü
root name
(Bilgisayar) kök adı
root node
kök düğüm
root of tooth
(Anatomi) diş kökü
root of tooth
(Anatomi) diş özü
root pain
(Tıp) kök ağrısı
root path
(Bilgisayar) kök yolu
root pruner
(Tarım) kök budama aleti
root rat
(Argo) seks peşinde olan kimse
root replicas
(Bilgisayar) ana çoğaltmalar
root server
(Bilgisayar) kök sunucu
root servers
(Bilgisayar) kök sunucuları
root share
(Bilgisayar) kök paylaşımı
root system
kök sistemi
root targets
(Bilgisayar) kök hedefler
root test
(Matematik) kök testi
root tip
(Tarım) kök ucu
root trimmer
(Tarım) kök budama aleti
root type
(Bilgisayar) kök türü
root valve
kök valf
root web
(Bilgisayar) kök web
root weeder
(Tarım) otsöken
root zone
(Tarım) kök salma sahası
root zone
kök alanı
root about
karıştırmak
root about
altını üstüne getirmek
root and branch
tepeden tırnağa
root around
karıştırmak
root crops
kök ürünleri
root mean square
ortalama karekök
root out
kökünü kazımak
root out
kökünden sök
root out
yok etmek
root pressure
kök basıncı
root rot
kök çürüklüğü
root system
kök jüyesi
root up
kökünden koparmak
root up
söküp çıkarmak
root up
yok etmek
root bear
kök ayı
root beer
kök bira

Tom genellikle diyet kök bira içer. - Tom usually drinks diet root beer.

Kök birası klasik bir Amerikan alkolsüz içecek olarak düşünülmektedir. - Root beer is considered a classic American carbonated soft drink.

root causes
kök nedenleri
root cellar
kök kiler
root knot
kök düğüm
root plaining
(Diş) Diş koku düzleştirilmesi
root planning
kök planlama
root word
kök kelime
root-Kit
bilgisayarlarda ve işletim sistemlerinde çekirdek seviyesinde çalışan programlarda gizlenebilen çok tehlikeli uygulamalar
root and branch
tamamıyla, kökten, toptan, hepsi
root and branch
tam
root and branch
radikal
root and branch
kusursuz
root and branch
köklü
root away
araştırıp bulmak
root away
kökünden sökmek
root away
kökünü kazımak
root compiler
taban derleyici
root conflict
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dip çatışma
root contours
kok cevritleri
root crops
kökü yenen sebzeler
root directory
bilg. kök rehber, kök dizin
root domain
Kök Etki Alanı
root element
kök öğe
root for
coşturmak
root for
tezahürat yapmak
root for
heveslendirmek
root for
gaz vermek
root for
yüreklendirmek
root hints
Kök İpuçları
root idea
ana fikir
root in
ileri gelmek
root in
kaynaklanmak
root in
dayanmak
root locus
(Nükleer Bilimler) köklerin yer eğrisi
root locus branch
kok yeregrisi dali
root mean square value
(r.m.s. value) etkin deger
root node
kok dugum
root out
kökünden sökmek
root out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kökünden sökmek , çıkarmak 2- kökünü kazımak , yok etmek 3- araştırarak meydana çıkarmak
root out
araştırarak bulmak
root out/up
kökünden sökmek
root stock
asıl
root stock
kök gövde
root stock
kaynak
root stock
rizom
root treatment
kanal tedavisi
root treatment
kök tedavisi
root up
kökünden sökmek
root up
araştırıp bulmak
root up
kökünü kazımak
rootless
{s} dayanağı olmayan
roots
{i} memba
roots
kaynak
cube root
küpkök
cubic root
(Matematik) küpkök
double root
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) çift kök
hairy root
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) saçak kök
home root
ana kök dizini
latent root
(Matematik) karakteristik değer
multiple root
(Matematik) çokkatlı kök
query root
(Bilgisayar) sorgu kökü
rooted
kemikleşmiş
rooted
yerleşmiş
rooter
(Tarım) ruter
rooting
köklenme
roots
kökler

İnsan, panik durumunda filogenetik köklerine döner. - Man returns to his phylogenetic roots in panic situations.

Bu ağacın kökleri derinlere uzanıyor. - The roots of this tree go down deep.

simple root
yalın kök
adventitious root
adventif kök
adventitious root
ek kök
aerial root
tenekte yetişen kök
aerial root
havai kök
aerial root
havada yetişen kök
briar-root
funda
cauchy's root test
cauchy kök testi
celery root
kereviz kökü
characteristic root
karakteristik kök
chicory root
hindiba kökü
climbing root
tırmanıcı kök
complex root
kompleks kök
cube root
küp kök

Yirmi yedinin küp kökü üçtür. - The cube root of twenty-seven is three.

cube root
köküç
deep root
derin kök
double root
iki katlı kök
fibrous root
saçakkök
hair root
kılkök
horseradish root
yaban turbu kökü
imaginary root
sanal kök
infinite root
sonsuz kök
latent root
karakteristik kök
nth root
n'ci kök
primary root
primer kök
rooted
{f} köklen
rooted
kök salmış (gibi)
rooter
kök sökme aleti
rooter
koyu taraftar
rootless
kökenleri olmayan
rootless
evsiz
secondary root
ikincil kök
secondary root
yan kök
square root
karekök
strike root
kök salmak
take root
kök salmak
take root
kökleş
tap root
kazıkkök
taro root
gulgas kökü
tooth root
diş kökü
burdock root hair oil
dulavratotu koku saç yağı
ginger root
zencefil koku
go to the root of st.
st kök gidin
liquorice root
meyankökü kök
penis root
penis koku
rootlessness
Köksüzlük
rootlessness
Dayanaksızlık
roots
kökleri
soap root liquid
Çöğen koku suyu
turmeric root
Zerdeçal koku
word root
kelime koku
rooted
yer etmiş
rooted
(Hukuk) sabit
rooted
(Hukuk) esaslı
rooter
fanatik
التركية - التركية

تعريف root في التركية التركية القاموس.

rooter
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The part of a tooth extending into the bone holding the tooth in place
An act of sexual intercourse

Fancy a root?.

In UNIX terminology, the first user account with complete access to the operating system and its configuration, found at the root of the directory structure
A sexual partner
The single node of a tree that has no parent
To rummage, to search as if by digging in soil, to root out
To have sexual intercourse
A word from which another word or words are derived
The primary lexical unit of a word, which carries the most significant aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents. Inflectional stems often derive from roots
The primary source

The love of money is the root of all evil.

To cheer to show support for a sports team, etc

Let me root, root, root for the home team,.

Of a number or expression, a number which, when raised to a specified power, yields the specified number or expression

The cube root of 27 is 3.

The part of a plant, generally underground, that absorbs water and nutrients. thumb|Some roots (2)
The person who manages accounts on a UNIX system
A zero (of a function)
A square root (understood if no power is specified; in which case, “the root of” is often abbreviated to “root”)

Multiply by root 2.

The part of a hair near the skin that has not been dyed, permed, or otherwise treated
The part of a hair under the skin that holds the hair in place
The highest directory of a directory structure which may contain both files and subdirectories. In PC-based systems the number of entries in a root directory may be limited whereas the number entries in subdirectories is unlimited
Source
take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for; "We all rooted for the home team"; "I'm pulling for the underdog"; "Are you siding with the defender of the title?"
{v} to take root, impress, dig up, destroy
{n} the part from which vegetables spring, original or first cause, first ancestor, bottom
The descending, and commonly branching, axis of a plant, increasing in length by growth at its extremity only, not divided into joints, leafless and without buds, and having for its offices to fix the plant in the earth, to supply it with moisture and soluble matters, and sometimes to serve as a reservoir of nutriment for future growth
(1) An administrative account with special privileges For example, only the root account can load kernel extensions (2) In graph theory, the base of a tree (3) root directory: The base of a file system tree (4) root file system: The primary file system off which a computer boots, so named because it includes the root node of the file system tree
If an idea, belief, or custom takes root, it becomes established among a group of people. Time would be needed for democracy to take root. American architect whose designs include the Monadnock Building (1889-1891) in Chicago, which employed steel beams along with traditional masonry-bearings walls. In botany, the underground anchoring part of a plant. It grows downward in response to gravity, absorbs water and dissolved minerals, and stores reserve food. Primary root systems have a deep sturdy taproot (in gymnosperms and dicots; see cotyledon) plus secondary or lateral smaller roots, and root hairs. Grasses and other monocots produce a shallow diffuse mass of fibrous secondary roots. Additional support (e.g., in corn and orchids) comes from stem offshoots called adventitious, or prop, roots. Fleshy roots that store food may be modified taproots (e.g., carrots, turnips, and beets) or modified adventitious roots (e.g. cassava). Tubers such as the potato are modified, fleshy, underground stems, or rhizomes. Aerial roots arise from the stem and either pass for some distance through the air before reaching the soil or remain hanging in the air
In a web site, the root directory is the root for the site, NOT the root directory for the disk (usually C: \) The server root is the highest level directory that is read by the server, and therefore the highest level directory that can be accessed by remote browsers The root is set by the server software, and all directories for the site must be subdirectories of the root S
In a hierarchy of items, the one item from which all other items are descended The root item has nothing above it in the hierarchy See also hierarchy, class, package
cause to take roots
The underground part of a plant that absorbs water, obtains and stores nutrients, and provides anchoring support in the soil
the set of values that give a true statement when substituted into an equation
1: The 'base' or bottom of a system e g the 'root directory' is the lowest possible directory in a filesystem, and in X11 the 'root window' is the background on which all other windows are drawn 2: In Unix, the user 'root' is the user that owns the system and has full superuser power
Hence, to seek for favor or advancement by low arts or groveling servility; to fawn servilely
The part of a plant, generally underground, that absorbs water and nutrients
To tear up by the root; to eradicate; to extirpate; with up, out, or away
The cause or occasion by which anything is brought about; the source
You can refer to the place or culture that a person or their family comes from as their roots. I am proud of my Brazilian roots
The name of the login account given full and complete access to all system resources Also used to describe the directory named "/"as in, "the root directory "
To turn up or to dig out with the snout; as, the swine roots the earth
take root and begin to grow; "this plant roots quickly"
To turn up the earth with the snout, as swine
To be firmly fixed; to be established
cause to take roots plant by the roots come into existence, originate; "The problem roots in her depression
A root of a tree is the vertex in a tree such that there is a uniques route from the root to any other vertex in the tree In a digraph, if a root exists, it is unique If the tree is undirected, the any vertex can be a root [reftucker, p 80]
as in the ivy, or may hang loosely in the air, as in some epiphytic orchids
If someone puts down roots, they make a place their home, for example by taking part in activities there or by making a lot of friends there. When they got to Montana, they put down roots and built a life. = settle down
as, the root crop
A square root (understood if no power is specified; in which case, "the root of" is often abbreviated to "root")
If you root a plant or cutting or if it roots, roots form on the bottom of its stem and it starts to grow. Most plants will root in about six to eight weeks Root the cuttings in a heated propagator
The <[ROOT]> Element is where the expansion process for nested elements begins Upon expansion the nested elements are replaced with their content
a simple form inferred as the common basis from which related words in several languages can be derived by linguistic processes
You can refer to the cause of a problem or of an unpleasant situation as the root of it or the roots of it. We got to the root of the problem
The roots of a plant are the parts of it that grow under the ground. the twisted roots of an apple tree
(botany) the usually underground organ that lacks buds or leaves or nodes; absorbs water and mineral salts; usually it anchors the plant to the ground a number that when multiplied by itself some number of times equals a given number take root and begin to grow; "this plant roots quickly"
The area of a blade nearest to the hub Generally the thickest and widest part of the blade
To fix the root; to enter the earth, as roots; to take root and begin to grow
as a source of nourishment or support; that from which anything proceeds as if by growth or development; as, the root of a tooth, a nail, a cancer, and the like
become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; "He finally settled down"
someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)
n (AS wyrt, root) the part of a plant, usually below the ground, that holds the plant in position, draws water and nutrients from the soil, stores food, and is typically non-green
the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; "thematic vowels are part of the stem"
The IA that issues the first certificate in a certification chain The root's public key must be known in advance by a certificate user in order to validate a certification chain The root 's public key is made trustworthy by some mechanism other than a certificate, such as by secure physical distribution
The part of a plant that usually grows below ground The root provides anchorage for aerial parts, absorbs water and mineral salts from the soil, conducts water and nutrients to other parts of the plant, and often stores food materials over winter
That which resembles a root in position or function, esp
The root of a hair or tooth is the part of it that is underneath the skin. decay around the roots of teeth
Root vegetables or root crops are grown for their roots which are large and can be eaten. root crops such as carrots and potatoes
The lower, usually underground, part of a plant It anchors the plant in the soil and absorbs water and mineral nutrients by means of the root hairs
the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support
plant by the roots
The specially privileged userid used to perform Unix system administration
root about
To rummage; to look for something in a somewhat aimless fashion

I'm rooting about for ideas for a novel.

root about
To forage by poking the snout here and there
root around
Alternative form of root about
root beer
A beverage, most often a carbonated soft drink made from a combination of vanilla, cherry tree bark, licorice root, sarsaparilla root, sassafras root bark, nutmeg, anise, and molasses among other things
root beer float
A dessert consisting of root beer poured over vanilla ice cream, so that the ice cream floats
root beers
plural form of root beer
root canal
The hollow part of the root of a tooth containing the nerve and blood vessels
root canal
A surgical operation on a root canal, typically filling it with gutta-percha
root canals
plural form of root canal
root cause
An initiating cause of a chain of events which leads to an outcome or effect of interest
root for
To encourage a favored person, team, or result

I'm rooting for a happy ending to this story.

root kit
Alternative spelling of rootkit
root mean square
The square root of the arithmetic mean of the squares
root mean square velocity
the root mean square of the velocities of all the molecules in a volume of gas; directly proportional to its temperature in the case of an ideal gas
root noun
In Proto-Indo-European linguistics, a noun formed by adding inflectional endings directly to the root, with no intermediate suffixes
root out
To remove or abolish completely

They rooted out all vestiges of corruption.

root out
To search for and discover

It took then hours to root out exactly where the water was coming in.

root pressure
The pressure (the result of osmosis) exerted by the roots of vascular plants that moves water into the leaves and causes guttation
root rot
any of several plant fungal diseases caused by having over-wet roots
root up
To dig or pull up by the roots; to deracinate
root vegetable
The root of a plant used as an edible vegetable, such as the carrot, potato, or onion
root vegetables
plural form of root vegetable
root voles
plural form of root vole
root word
A prefix in an English word derived from Greek or Latin
root word
Alternative form of root. It is the primary lexical unit of a word, which carries the most significant aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents. Inflectional stems often derive from roots
root words
plural form of root word
root-fallen
Of a plant, that has become too large and heavy to support itself, and has fallen over, so uprooting itself
root-noun
Alternative spelling of root noun
root out
Remove altogether
root canal
(Diş) 1. The pulp-filled cavity in the root of a tooth.2. A procedure to replace infected pulp in a root canal with an inert material
root cause
A root cause is an initiating cause of a causal chain which leads to an outcome or effect of interest. Commonly, root cause is used to describe the depth in the causal chain where an intervention could reasonably be implemented to change performance and prevent an undesirable outcome
root knot
A disease of plants characterized by protuberant enlargements on the roots caused by a nematode
root planning
(Diş) The smoothing of roughened root surfaces by the use of scalers and curettes
root and branch
everything, all
root around
If you root around or root about in something, you look for something there, moving things around as you search. `It's in here somewhere,' he said, rooting about in his desk
root beer
Not really a beer! It was created in the mid-1800s by Philadelphia pharmacist Charles Hires, the original root beer was a (very) low-alcohol, naturally effervescent beverage made by fermenting a blend of sugar and yeast with various roots, herbs and barks such as sarsaparilla, sassafras, wild cherry, wintergreen and ginger Today's commercial root beer is completely non-alcoholic and generally contains sugar, caramel colouring, a combination of artificial and natural flavourings (including some of those originally used) and carbonated water for sparkle
root beer
Created in the mid-1800s by pharmacist Charles Hires The original root beer was very low in alcohol, and was made by fermenting a blend of sugar and yeast with various roots, herbs, and barks such as sarsaparilla and sassafras
root beer
carbonated drink containing extracts of roots and herbs
root beer
A sweet, brown carbonated soda made with herbs It is almost always non-alcoholic
root beer
sweet carbonated drink made of root extracts from certain plants
root beer
Root beer is a fizzy non-alcoholic drink flavoured with the roots of various plants and herbs. It is popular in the United States. A glass, can, or bottle of root beer can be referred to as a root beer. Kevin buys a root beer. A carbonated soft drink made from extracts of certain plant roots and herbs. a sweet brown non-alcoholic drink made from the roots of some plants, drunk especially in the US
root beer float
an ice-cream soda made with ice cream floating in root beer
root canal
a treatment in which a dentist removes a diseased area in the root of a tooth
root canal
the passage in the root of a tooth through which its nerve and blood vessels enter the pulp cavity
root canal
treatment of the embedded part of a tooth, crowning a root of a tooth
root canal treatment
type of dental treatment for repairing the root of the tooth
root cap
thimble-shaped mass of cells covering and protecting the growing tip of a root
root cap
A thimble-shaped mass of cells that covers and protects the root tip
root cause
-the ultimate source of an effect
root cause
A term to identify a base cause of an effect or problem Often used in conjunction with the cause-and-effect diagram
root cause
"Original reason for nonconformance within a process When the root cause is removed or corrected, the nonconformance will be eliminated " (AT&T) A major factor that is directly and causally related to an observed quality problem When a root cause is eliminated, the quality problem is also reduced significantly or eliminated The basic cause creating an undesired condition or problem In many cases, the root cause consists of several smaller causes
root cause
The root cause is the underlying cause of a problem For example, you can snake out an old cast or galvanized sewer line every month and never be confident that it will stay open The root cause is the hardened buildup inside the pipes which necessitates pipe replacement Analysis would study the slow drainage problem and determine what was wrong and also estimate the cost of leaving it in place Some problems (not usually this type of example) should not be fixed Root cause analysis will show this
root cause
The ultimate reason for an event or condition
root cause
The root cause is the event or combination of events that initiate a failure Although root cause is the ultimate goal of failure analysis, the root cause may not be obvious even though the defect mechanism is known For example, analysis may show the failure resulted from distorted deposition of layers around a foreign particle The particle is the cause However, when the fabrication process is fully understood, the particle and many like it may occur normally in the process The root cause might be the cleaning process that should have removed the particle Even at this level of understanding, possibilities are many The clean might be inherently inadequate, the chemicals may be overused, the temperature may be too low, or the content of the particles may have changed
root cause
A factor that caused a nonconformance and should be permanently eliminated through process improvement
root cause
The prime cause of a problem The root cause(s) must be eliminated or modified to assure quality by significantly reducing the problem
root cause
The fundamental cause of an initiating event which, if corrected, will prevent its recurrence, i e the failure to detect and correct the relevant latent weakness(es) and the reasons for that failure
root cause analysis
(Ticaret) A process improvement and error or defect prevention tool that examines the individual processes within a system, identifies the control or decision points, and uses a series of why? questions to determine the reasons for variations in the process paths
root cellar
an excavation where root vegetables are stored
root cellar
An underground pit or cellar, usually covered with earth, used for the storage of root crops and other vegetables
root climber
A vine, such as the ivy, that clings to its support by means of adventitious roots
root climber
a plant that climbs by its adventitious roots e
root climber
ivy
root crop
crop grown for its enlarged roots: e
root crop
A crop, as of turnips or yams, grown for its edible roots. a vegetable or plant that is grown so that its roots can be sold
root crop
crop grown for its enlarged roots: e g beets; potatoes; turnips
root crop
beets; potatoes; turnips
root crops
vegetables; plants whose roots can be eaten
root directory
main directory, main section of a hard disk or diskette from which all other directories branch out
root folder
A folder name selector will display all folders beneath this folder
root folder
the folders indicated as the disk drive, you can also expand this folder by clicking on the plus sign shows the level one folders
root folder
The top-level folder of a disk
root folder
The base of your Linux file tree, indicated by / Also the /root folder for the root user's files
root for
(Slang) encourage, applaud a contestant, cheer
root for
If you are rooting for someone, you are giving them your support while they are doing something difficult or trying to defeat another person. Good luck, we'll be rooting for you
root ginger
Root ginger is the stem of the ginger plant. It is often used in Chinese and Indian cooking
root hair
thin hairlike outgrowth of an epidermal cell just behind the tip; absorbs nutrients from the soil
root hair
A thin hairlike outgrowth of an epidermal cell of a plant root that absorbs water and minerals from the soil
root letters
fundamental letters that a word is based on
root mean square
Square root of the arithmetical average of a set of squared instantaneous values DSAs perform rms averaging digitally on successive vibration spectra
root mean square
RMS; AC voltage that equals DC voltage that will do the same amount of work For an AC sine wave it is 0 707 x peak voltage
root mean square
A measure of the amount of "unexplained" variation remaining when a set of tics or control points are registered A polynomial regression equation is fitted to relate the digitizer coordinates to real-world coordinates
root mean square
The effective value of an alternating voltage or current
root mean square
The effective amplitude of alternating current relative to direct current RMS values may refer to voltage levels or current levels, and is equal to 0 707 times the peak value
root mean square
It is the square root of the sum of all individual measurements divided by the number of measurements
root mean square
square root of the average of the sum of a given set of squared numbers
root mean square
The square root of the average square of the instantaneous values of an AC output For a sine wave the RMS value is 0 707 times the peak value The equivalent value of AC current, I, that will produce the same heating in a conductor with resistence, R, as a DC current of value I the corrosion of the protected structure
root mean square
The effective value of an alternating current or voltage
root mean square
The square root of the average of the squares of a set of numbers
root mean square
Square root of the mean square value of a random variable Rupture front The instantaneous boundary between the slipping and locked parts of a fault during an earthquake Rupture in one direction on the fault is referred to as unilateral Rupture may radiate outward in a circular manner or it may radiate toward the two ends of the fault from an interior point, behavior referred to as bilateral Rupture velocity The speed at which a rupture front propagates during an earthquake S wave A seismic body wave that involves a shearing motion in a direction perpendicular to the direction of propagation When it is resolved into two orthogonal components in the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation, SH denotes the horizontal component and SV denotes the orthogonal component
root mean square
- Square root of the arithmetical average of a set of squared instantaneous values DSAs perform rms averaging digitally on successive vibration spectra, frequency line by frequency line
root of all evil
source of all evil, source of all bad things
root out
remove by the roots
root out
If you root out a problem or an unpleasant situation, you find out who or what is the cause of it and put an end to it. There would be a major drive to root out corruption
root out
pull up by or as if by the roots; "uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"
root out
If you root out a person, you find them and force them from the place they are in, usually in order to punish them. The generals have to root out traitors It shouldn't take too long to root him out
root pressure
Pressure exerted in the roots of plants as the result of osmosis, causing exudation from cut stems and guttation of water from leaves
root rot
disease characterized by root decay; caused by various fungi
root system
All the roots of a plant
root up
remove by the roots
root vegetable
any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers
root vegetable
a vegetable such as a potato or carrot that grows under the ground
root word
{i} (Linguistics) form of a word after all affixes are taken off
root-mean-square value
square root of the average of squared numbers
rose-root
Eurasian mountain plant with fleshy pink-tipped leaves and a cluster of yellow flowers
Indo-European root
A root, common to several words, that has its origin in the presumed proto-Indo-European language
aerial root
Any adventitious root that grows from a plant stem above ground
cube root
Of a number or expression, a number or expression the cube of which is equal to the given number or expression

3 is the cube root of 27.

functional root
A function which when applied a given number of times, equals a given function

x^2 + 1 is the functional 2nd root of x^4 + 2x^2 + 2.

ginger root
Ginger, the underground stem, or rhizome, of the plant Zingiber officinale
licorice root
The root of the liquorice plant, from which a sweet flavoring with an anise scent is extracted
retracted tongue root
An articulation involving retraction of the tongue root
retracted tongue root
Pronounced with a retracted tongue root

ʕ/ is typically realized as an epiglottal stop, gliding as a pharyngeal approximant into a following retracted-tongue-root vowel, as in ‘water flowing from a spout’.

rooted
Whose root (superuser) account has been compromised
rooted
Of a tree, having a root
rooted
To be in trouble or strife, screwed

I am absolutely rooted if Ferris finds out about this.

rooting
Originally, a system of roots; a secure attachment (in something); a firm grounding

as sone as the sun was uppe it caught heet: and because it had nott rotynge it wyddred awaye.

rooting
A method of creating a new plant by getting part of an existing plant to form roots
rooting
The process of forming roots
rootless
A wanderer, someone who has no ties to a particular locale
rootless
Describing a plant (or by extension something else) that does not have roots
roots
Beginnings

Jazz has its roots in blues.

roots
Ancestors

I have both Irish and German roots.

square root
Of a number, another number which, when squared, yields the original number; sometimes constrained to be the positive number where two solutions exist

Every complex number has two square roots; for example, the square roots of -4 are 2i and -2i.

square-root
Attributive form of square root

In √a̅+̅b̅, the horizontal bar or vinculum is actually a parenthesis that groups a+b. Without it, √a+b might mean b+√a̅ or it might mean √a̅+̅b̅. Nevertheless, the square-root sign without the vinculum is often used .

take root
To grow roots into soil

Those tulip bulbs have taken root.

take root
To become established, to take hold

The new regulations have yet to take root.

taken root
Past participle of take root
takes root
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of take root
taking root
Present participle of take root
took root
Simple past of take root
tulip root
A disease, caused by a nematode, that causes swelling of the roots of oats
rooted
{a} fixed deep, radical, destroyed
double root
For an algebraic equation, a number a such that the equation can be written in the form (x-a)2p(x) = 0 where p(x) is a polynomial of which a is not a root
A root
rote
A root
more
A root
race
Roots
a novel by the US writer Alex Haley (1921-92) which was also made into a television programme. It tells the story of several generations of an African-American family, and it is partly based on stories told in Haley's own family. The story starts with Kunta Kinte, a man from West Africa who is caught and taken to the US as a slave, and then describes what happens to him there and to his children and grandchildren until the time of the Civil War. The book and television programme encouraged many African-Americans to try to find out more about their own family origins (1976)
rooted
If you say that one thing is rooted in another, you mean that it is strongly influenced by it or has developed from it. The crisis is rooted in deep rivalries between the two groups
rooted
Having taken root; firmly implanted; fixed in the heart
rooted
absolutely still; "frozen with horror"; "they stood rooted in astonishment"
rooted
If someone has deeply rooted opinions or feelings, they believe or feel something extremely strongly and are unlikely to change. Racism is a deeply rooted prejudice which has existed for thousands of years. see also deep-rooted
rooted
broken, damaged, non-functional
rooted
If you are rooted to the spot, you are unable to move because you are very frightened or shocked. We just stopped there, rooted to the spot
rooted
Obtaining access to the superuser account (root)
rooted
{s} having roots; fixed in place, firmly set in place; spellbound, fascinated; (Slang) very tired, exhausted; frustrated (Slang)
rooted
Fixed in one position; immobile; unable to move
rooter
{i} person or thing that roots; one who applauds, one who cheers
rooter
One who roots, or applauds
rooter
One who, or that which, roots; one that tears up by the roots
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Bilgisayar) root
root
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