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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Hukuk) denetlemek
{f} izlemek

Bir uydu eriyen buzulları izlemek için yörüngeye fırlatıldı. - A satellite was launched into orbit to monitor melting glaciers.

Birçok şirket çalışanlarının internet etkinliğini izlemektedir. - Many companies monitor their employees' internet activity.

gözlemek

Bay Peter Blake çevre değişikliğini gözlemek için bir görevdeyken 2001 yılında Amazon nehrinde korsanlar tarafından feci şekilde öldürüldü. - Sir Peter Blake was tragically killed by pirates on the Amazon river in 2001 as he was on a mission to monitor environment change.

{i} izleme tertibatı
{i} gözlemci öğrenci
gözleyici
denetlik
{i} ekran
{i} etobur kertenkele
{i} gözleme

Bay Peter Blake çevre değişikliğini gözlemek için bir görevdeyken 2001 yılında Amazon nehrinde korsanlar tarafından feci şekilde öldürüldü. - Sir Peter Blake was tragically killed by pirates on the Amazon river in 2001 as he was on a mission to monitor environment change.

{i} monitor
(Biyokimya) tekser
(Ticaret) eşgüdümcü
gözlem sistemi
(Bilgisayar) görüntü uçbirimi
(Ticaret) gözetimci
basınç algılayıcısı
{i} varan
(Ticaret) denetleyici
takip etmek
(Bilgisayar) izleme
(Bilgisayar) izle
izleme sistemi
denetlemek
sınıf başkanı
{f} takip et
{i} monitör

Monitörünüzü ayarladınız mı? - Have you calibrated your monitor?

Tom monitörlere bağlandı. - Tom is hooked up to monitors.

(yayın/telsiz/vb.) izlemek
dinlemek
monitörü
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışın uyarı aygıtı,izleyici,ölçüm cihazı (aygıtı), tarama aygıtı
izleme veya gözlem tertibatı
{f} gözetle
görüntü birimi
(Tıp) Bir olayı veya durumu devamlı izlemek, devamlı kontrol altına almak
sınıfta düzeni korumakla görevlendirilen öğrenci
(Tıp) Bir olayı veya durumu devamlı olarak izlemede kullanılan alet, izleme aracı, monitör
{i} izleme/gözlem sistemi
Görüntüleyici
{i} (Bilgisayar) , TV monitör
(Mukavele) gözlemek, izlemek, kontrol etmek, denetlemek
etobur iri bir kertenkele
taretinde ağır topları olan güvertesi basık eski bir harp gemisi
(Askeri) NEZARET ETMEK (HV.): Durum, program, projelerle ilgili konulara karşı bir emir verme veya idare sorumluluğu olmaksızın, uyanık ve dikkatli bulunmak. Maksat; mevcut veya değişen durumlara uygun, sorumluluk sahası dahilindeki düzeltmelerin yapılabilmesidir
nasihat eden kimse
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any of several publications e.g. the "Christian Science Monitor"
A text of works or instruction which are not secret and may be written e.g. "Indiana Monitor and Freemasons' Guide"
A type of armored warship designed for riverine warfare
An all-iron steam-powered screw-propelled warship with one or two dual gun turrets, and low freeboard
To watch over, guard

He carefully monitored the chemical experiment.

A program for viewing and editing, as in machine code monitor
A device similar to a television set used as to give a graphical display of the output from a computer
A student leader in a class
An ironclad
{n} one who warns others of faults, informs of duty, or gives useful hints
A text of works or instruction which are not secret and may be written e.g. "Indiana Monitor and Freemasons Guide"
Monitors are a synchronization mechanism based in some sense on data abstraction A monitor encapsulates the representation of a shared resource and provides operations that are the only way of manipulating it In other words, a monitor contains variables that represent the state of the resource and procedures that implement operations on the resource; a process or thread can access the monitor's variables only by calling one of its procedures Mutual exclusion among the procedures of a monitor is guaranteed; execution of different procedures, or two calls to the same procedure, cannot overlap Conditional synchronization is provided by condition variables (see condition variables) A good reference is [Andrews91]
Early computer users used the term monitor to define a type of program Now, monitor is used to refer to the screen on which your computer displays its pictures which used to be known as a Visual Display Unit, or VDU, and sometimes still is
An application that receives RTCP packets sent by participants in an RTP session, in particular the reception reports, and estimates the current quality of service for distribution monitoring, fault diagnosis and long-term statistics The monitor function is likely to be built into the application(s) participating in the session, but may also be a separate application that does not otherwise participate and does not send or receive the RTP data packets These are called third party monitors
any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia; fabled to warn of crocodiles
A device that observes and records selected activities within a data processing system for analysis Possible uses are to indicate significant departure from the norm, or to determine levels of utilization of particular functional units Software or hardware that observes, supervises, controls, or verifies operations of a system The function required to initiate the transmission of a token on the ring and to provide soft-error recovery in case of lost tokens, circulating frames, or other difficulties The capability is present in all ring stations Software that monitors specific applications or the systems on which the applications rely Monitors typically monitor information such as available disk space or application errors and compare the information to defined thresholds When thresholds are exceeded, either system or network administrators can be notified, or an automated response can be performed
A monitor lizard
the tv like display attached to the computer, comes in varieties with names like CGA, EGA, VGA, super VGA which indicate the maximum resolution of the displayed image
The screen for viewing computer information is called a monitor
Hence, specifically, a pupil selected to look to the school in the absence of the instructor, to notice the absence or faults of the scholars, or to instruct a division or class
{i} supervisor, device for regulating (esp. the transmission quality of radio and television broadcasts); screen, device that produces the visual display (Computers); one who oversees; inspector; that which warns or cautions
A monitor is a screen which is used to display certain kinds of information, for example in airports or television studios. He was watching a game of tennis on a television monitor. = screen
Speakers placed at the foot of the stage enabling the performers to better hear themselves In the absence of monitors, vocalists will often cup one hand loosely over the ear This reflects more of the voice back to the ear and greatly improves the control of pitch
An ironclad war vessel, very low in the water, and having one or more heavily-armored revolving turrets, carrying heavy guns
To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information
Niloticus, which is useful because it devours the eggs and young of the crocodile
If someone monitors radio broadcasts from other countries, they record them or listen carefully to them in order to obtain information. Peter Murray is in London and has been monitoring reports out of Monrovia
the part of your computer system that looks like a tv; the part with the screen
the Egyptian species V
A video display screen commonly used with microcomputers and graded by its display size, display resolution, graphics capabilities, and ability to display outputs in a single color (monochrome) or several colors
If you monitor something, you regularly check its development or progress, and sometimes comment on it. Officials had not been allowed to monitor the voting You need feedback to monitor progress. + monitoring moni·tor·ing analysis and monitoring of the global environment
A device for viewing video A high resolution television set without a tuner for displaying live or recorded video signals
Someone who watches over something; a person in charge of something or someone
The hardware component that provides the visual display
someone who supervises (an examination)
The visual readout device of a computer system A monitor can be in several forms: , a cathode ray tube (CRT), a liquid crystal display (LCD), or a flat-panel, full-color display See DISPLAY
A class of warship designed for shore bombardment rather than combat with other ships
A tool holder, as for a lathe, shaped like a low turret, and capable of being revolved on a vertical pivot so as to bring successively the several tools in holds into proper position for cutting
To listen to the sound This may be a musician on the platform, the sound man or anyone else listening It may also be the loudspeaker that is used by the musician on the platform to listen to the sound
A computer's display screen The characteristics of the monitor must match those of the video driver circuitry Thus, a high-resolution graphics board requires a high-resolution monitor Modern monitors are all VGA or better
The part of a computer that contains the screen where messages to and from the central processing unit (CPU) are displayed Monitors come in a variety of sizes and resolutions The higher the number of pixels a screen is capable of displaying, the better the resolution Sometimes may be referred to as a CRT
independent person who assists a provider accredited to award a degree in reviewing the success of the degree programme and the effectiveness of the provider's quality management system
Any large Old World lizard of the genus Varanus; esp
is an instrument used for continuous measurement of a condition which must be kept within prescribed limits Monitors are not the same as analyzers An analyzer is capable of determining the quality, quantity and/or type of specific substance or substances in a mixture A monitor continuously measures a condition which must be kept within prescribed limits
You can refer to a person who checks that something is done correctly, or that it is fair, as a monitor. Government monitors will continue to accompany reporters. Ironclad warship originally designed for use in shallow harbours and rivers to blockade the Confederate states in the American Civil War. The original ironclad, built by John Ericsson, was named Monitor Its innovative design included minimal exposure above the waterline, a heavily armoured deck and hull, and a revolving gun turret. The inconclusive Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack (1862) was the first between ironclad warships. Never seaworthy, the Monitor sank during a gale off Cape Hatteras that same year, but the U.S. Navy built many improved monitors during the war. The British navy kept its monitors in service as late as World War II. Christian Science Monitor The Monitor and Merrimack Battle of the monitor lizard
A hardware device used to display the visual output of a computer Uses a CRT tube (the same tube used in a TV)
{f} supervise, observe; follow up on, check up on; regulate the quality of radio or television broadcasts; keep track of, regulate
Regularly keeping watch over processes or funds, usually done in a "big picture" or holistic way Use monitoring (a key element of control) to ensure that the business objective is being met Monitoring can happen at different stages of the process Different people (or offices) may be monitoring the different aspects of a process
device which displays computer output From its use to "monitor" progress of a program
A monitor nozzle
Also called a display A device that displays text and graphics generated by a computer Desktop monitors are usually cathode-ray tubes, and laptop monitors are usually liquid crystal display A monitor can be monochrome (black and white) or color Color monitors may show either digital or analog color
keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance
It is sometimes five or six feet long
any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia; fabled to warn of crocodiles a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions display consisting of a device that takes signals from a computer and displays them on a CRT screen an iron-clad vessel built by Federal forces to do battle with the Merrimac keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance
One who admonishes; one who warns of faults, informs of duty, or gives advice and instruction by way of reproof or caution
an iron-clad vessel built by Federal forces to do battle with the Merrimac
A small television monitor hooked up to the camera and/or a recording device that allows people other than the camera operator to check the quality of a scene as it is being shot or to check and see if it needs to be done again
electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions
A monitor is a machine that is used to check or record things, for example processes or substances inside a person's body. The heart monitor shows low levels of consciousness
A television-like screen that shows text, graphics, and other functions performed by the computer
a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble
like a TV, an output device used to display text and images being processed by the computer
display consisting of a device that takes signals from a computer and displays them on a CRT screen
someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
التركية - الإنجليزية
{i} monitor
to monitor

    الواصلة

    to mon·i·tor

    التركية النطق

    tı mänıtır

    النطق

    /tə ˈmänətər/ /tə ˈmɑːnətɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

    فيديوهات

    ... And it's impossible to monitor all of them at the same time. ...
    ... In Mexico, they set up a system to monitor the ...

    كلمة اليوم

    beestings
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