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kavis

Gökkuşağı gökyüzünde bir kavis oluşturur. - The rainbow forms an arc in the sky.

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atlamak
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kıvılcım
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yay çizmek
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kavis çizmek
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(çıngı) ark
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eğmeç
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(Askeri) Hava Stok Maddeleri; Amerikan (Milli) Kızıl Haçı (air Reserve Components; American (National) Red Cross)
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{i} ark

Tom arkalojide çalışır. - Tom works in archeology.

O bir arkeologun asistanıdır. - He is an archeologist's assistant.

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{i} elektrik atlaması
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{i} yay

Ahlaki evrenin yayı uzun, ancak adalete doğru eğilir. - The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.

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{i} mat. yay, ark
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(Mimarlık) (circle) yay
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{f} atlama yapmak [elek.]
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atlama yapmak
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arc light ark lâmbası
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(Tıp) Bakınız: arch
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(Mimarlık) arc (elec.) arc (circle)
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{f} atlamak [elek.]
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(Mimarlık) (elec.) elektrik arkı
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yay eklinde olan herhangi bir şey
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{i} elek. ark
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ark yap/yay çiz
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Deve sürücüs
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mekke ile Medine arasında bir mevzi
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Deve sürücüsü
İngilizce - İngilizce
past of arc
forming or resembling an arch; "an arched ceiling
forming or resembling an arch; "an arched ceiling"
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AIDS-related complex
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A directed edge
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A circular arc
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A continuous mapping from a real interval (typically ) into a space
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a story arc
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{n} part of a circle or bridge
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An Alien Resident Certificate, or ARC, is the identification card issued to foreign residents of the Republic of China (Taiwan and associated islands)
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(Address Abbr.) Arcade
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In geometry, an arc is a part of the line that forms the outside of a circle. A combination of symptoms, including fever, lymphadenopathy, blood abnormalities, and susceptibility to opportunistic infections that is a precursor to AIDS in some individuals infected with HIV. American Red Cross. Arc de Triomphe arc furnace island arc Joan of Arc Saint
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{i} American organization concerned with the alleviation of human suffering and the promotion of public health
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something curved in shape
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{i} curve, part of a circle
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a word made from the initial letters of Affinity, Reality and Communication, which together equate to Understanding It is pronounced by stating its letters, A-R-C To Scientologists it has come to mean good feeling, love or friendliness, such as, "He was in ARC with his friend " One does not, however, fall out of ARC; he has an ARC break See also ARC break
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An ordered string of vertices (x, y coordinate pairs) that begin at one location and end at another Connecting the arc’s vertices creates a line The vertices at each endpoint of an arc are called nodes
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A string of x,y coordinate pairs (vertices) that begin at one location and end at another Connecting the arc's vertices creates a line
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A chain of volcanoes (volcanic arc) that sometimes forms on the land when an oceanic plate collides with a continental plate and then slides down underneath it (subduction)
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An intense luminous discharge formed by the passage of an electric current across a space between two electrodes See also streamer
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a continuous portion of a circle
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To form a voltaic arc, as an electrical current in a broken or disconnected circuit
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Formerly the Association of Retarded Citizens of the United States The ARC is the country's largest voluntary organization committed to the welfare of all children and adults with mental retardation and their families The ARC is a charitable nonprofit organization supported by contributions from the general public
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{f} follow an arc shaped course; form an electrical arc; form a curve
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1) a luminous glow formed by the flow of electric current through ionized air, gas, or vapor between separated electrodes or contacts 2) a portion of the circumference of a circle
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form an arch or curve; "her back arches"; "her hips curve nicely"
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Any portion of a circle, such as those found in an archway or curved wall
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Sparking that results when undesired current flows between two point of differing potential
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The change of the direction of flight that follows some part of the circumference of a circle Distinguish this from a curve which does not have a constant radius
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An arc is a smoothly curving line or movement. The Aleutian chain is a long arc of islands in the North Pacific
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A continuous mapping from a real interval (typically [0, 1]) into a space
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Segment of a circle or ellipse, sometimes used to describe part of the boundary of a letterform
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A portion of a curved line; as, the arc of a circle or of an ellipse
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Sparking that results when undesirable current flows between two points of differing potential This may be due to leakage through the intermediate insulation or a leakage path due to contamination
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Allocation Review Committee Convened from time to time, the ARC reviews and makes recommendations to the Quality of Markets Committee with respect to the Exchange's policies and procedures for the allocation of listing securities to specialist units
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The apparent arc described, above or below the horizon, by the sun or other celestial body
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A curvature in the shape of a circular arc or an arch; as, the colored arc (the rainbow); the arc of Hadley's quadrant
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A line connecting a set of points that may form one side of a polygon (see Chain and String)
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AIDS-related complex A condition in which antibody tests for AIDS virus are positive and patients may exhibit enlarged lymph nodes, fatigue, fever, night sweats, weight loss, and unexplained diarrhea, but do not have any of the more serious complications of AIDS
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Abbreviation for Advance Reading Copy A copy of a book released in advance of the publication date, for the purpose of promotion and or review ARCs are usually sent to booksellers, to drum up advance orders, and to allow the bookseller to talk it up prior to release ARCs are usually in bound in wraps, typically with information on the cover or inside regarding intended date of release; promotional budget and other information intended to whet the appetite of the bookseller See: review copy Galley proof
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A flow of current across an insulating medium; especially a hot, luminous discharge between either two electrodes or as lightning
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A luminous bridge across the gap that occurs during energy discharge and melts away a small amount of material from the workpiece and/or electrode Sometimes incorrectly used to mean DC arc See also IONlZA TION
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A luminous discharge of electrical current crossing the gap between two electrodes
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The diurnal arc is described during the daytime, the nocturnal arc during the night
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A curve
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Describes a ball path from foul line to headpin that does not have a sharp, defined break point
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A portion of the circumference of an oval bounded by a pair of radii joining at the oval's center Contrast a wedge, which includes part of the oval's interior Arcs and wedges are defined by the bounding rectangle that encloses the oval, along with a pair of angles marking the positions of the bounding radii Source: NPG
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In an FSM, a path segment which does not repeat As opposed to a cycle In any FSM of finite size, every arc must eventually lead to a cycle
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1 An ordered string of vertices (x,y coordinate pairs) that begins at one location and ends at another Connecting the arc's vertices creates a line The vertices at each endpoint of an arc are called nodes 2 An ARC/INFO coverage feature class used to represent linear features and polygon boundaries One line feature can contain many arcs Arcs are topologically linked to nodes (arc-node topology) and to polygons (polygon-arc topology) The descriptive attributes of arcs are stored in the arc attribute table (AAT) 3 A line connecting a set of points that form one side of a polygon
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An arch

That is an archaic expression. - That's an archaic expression.

This is an archaic grammatical construction. - This grammatical construction is archaic.

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To move following a curved path
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electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
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To form an electrical arc
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A line that connects two nodes in a state-space graph A line may represent an event in which the system transitions from state "a" to state "b" (or the trivial case of state "a" to state "a") A line may also represent the interval of time that elapses between the occurrence of two events (denoted by a node)
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1) A luminous glow formed by the flow of electric current through ionized air, gas, or vapor between separate electrodes or contacts 2) A portion of the circumference of a circle
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A continuous section of any curve
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A connection between nodes in the vector GIS model
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