wrapper

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} (bir nesneye sarılmış) ambalaj kâğıdı
şömiz
postayla gönderilen gazete-kitap-dergi
{i} puronun dış yaprağı
{i} paket kâğıdı

O prezervatif paket kağıdını açtı. - She opened the condom wrapper.

{i} kitap kabı
{i} eşarp
{i} (kitap için) ceket, şömiz
{i} sabahlık
{i} örtü
{i} kaplık
puronun en üst yaprağı
{i} saran kimse
{i} atkı
sargı/kap
{i} şal
saran şey veya kimse
{i} (giysi olarak) sabahlık
Sarıcı
wrapper leaves
(Tarım) Lahana gibi sebzelerde içteki değerli yaprakları koruyan, sarmalayan dıştaki kart yapraklar
book wrapper
kitap wrapper
cigarette wrapper
Sigara kağıdı
wrappers
mahfazalar
microsoft office wrapper
(Bilgisayar) microsoft office örtüsü
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Something that is wrapped around something else as a cover or protection: a wrapping
A class, module, etc. that serves to mediate access to another

We need a Perl wrapper for this C++ library.

A negligée or loose dressing gown
One who, or that which, wraps

He proved to be a remarkably efficient wrapper of parcels.

{n} one who wraps up, a thin cover
A program that is installed on a computer system to limit access to certain programs and to log every request that is made to run those programs
(n ) An object that encapsulates and delegates to another object to alter its interface or behavior in some way
a loose dressing gown for women
{i} jacket, envelope; lid; cover; outer clothing, robe; covering
Some elements, such as Chapter, have important semantic significance Other elements serve no obvious purpose except to contain a number of other elements For example, BookInfo has no important semantics; it merely serves as a container for the meta-information about a book Elements that are just containers are sometimes called "wrappers "
An envelope placed around a data packet, which typically provides new header information including destination and source address information Wrappers are often used to transport one type of packet through a different network protocol
The enclosure that is used to wrap a legacy application to make the legacy application available as an implementation to WebLogic Enterprise client applications
(Application Developer's Guide - XML; search in this book)
Reinforcing armor strapped to the front of the helmet that covers the chin and the lower half of the visor A wrapper on an armet with a rondel Valentine Armouries
an article of clothing worn wrapped around the body
a person who wraps parcels etc
Specifically, a loose outer garment; an article of dress intended to be wrapped round the person; as, a morning wrapper; a gentleman's wrapper
A flat sheet or strip open at both ends that can be folded and sealed around a newspaper or periodical Wrappers can have an imprinted stamp or have a stamp attached
A package which changes the interface to an existing package without substantially increasing its functionality
A shell script that sets up the proper execution environment and then executes the binary file that corresponds to the shell's name
The outer leaf - generally high quality, first grade tobacco that is wound around the binder of the cigar It is chosen for its complexion, elasticity, silky texture and delicate veins
A wrapper is a piece of paper, plastic, or thin metal which covers and protects something that you buy, especially food. I emptied the sweet wrappers from the ashtray. the piece of paper or plastic that covers something when it is sold
The wrapper package performs two basic functions: it logs requests for internet services and provides an access control mechanism for Unix systems
the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
something that is wrapped around something else as a cover or protection
That in which anything is wrapped, or inclosed; envelope; covering
An object that is created to provide an object-style interface to some other type of data The Number and Boolean objects are examples of wrapper objects
– a high quality tobacco leaf wrapped around the finished bunch and binder It is very elastic and at it best unblemished
cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
A Java class that encapsulates another kind of object, possibly external to Java itself, such as a PL/SQL package
A software program or script that makes it possible to run another, more essential software program
Some elements, such as Chapter, have important semantic significance Other elements serve no obvious purpose except to contain a number of other elements For example, BookInfo has no important semantics; it merely serves as a container for the meta-information about a book Elements that are just containers are sometimes called "wrappers "
- A program used to start another program X
A common frontend program or script for running an executable For example, a wrapper can check whether the environment is 32-bit or 64-bit and then invoke the appropriate (32-bit or 64-bit) executable
An object that encapsulates and delegates to another object to alter its interface or behavior in some way All primitive data types have corresponding wrapper classes each with a methods to convert to other data types and in particular a method to convert the wrapper to an instance of the primitive it represents
A script that log metadata about science objects with minimal alteration to existing processing methods
A wrapper
sindon
shrink-wrapper
{i} heating device that shrinks the plastic to fit the object being wrapped exactly
wrappers
Full color, double-sided supplements, produced outside the run-of-paper for special events: printed on art paper and hand wrapped around the outside of the regular edition, and delivered to a location of the advertiser's choice for distribution
wrappers
Book covers made from heavy stiff paper rather than from boards, a term not to be confused with dust-wrapper
wrappers
Soft covers i e paperback Don't confuse this with "dust wrapper"
wrappers
plural of wrapper
wrappers
printed or plain paper binding (paperback)
wrappers
The outer covering of a paperback book, often sewn or stapled in sections This term should be distinguished from "wrapper" which refers to the dust jacket of a hardcover book
wrappers
A technique to bring a non-CHAIMS service into the CHAIMS paradigm
wrapper

    الواصلة

    wrap·per

    التركية النطق

    räpır

    النطق

    /ˈrapər/ /ˈræpɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'ra-p&r ] (noun.) 15th century. to wrap + -er

    كلمة اليوم

    agerasia
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