balancing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dengeleme

Tom şeyleri kafasında dengelemekle iyi. - Tom is good at balancing things on his head.

dengeleyici
dengele

Tom şeyleri kafasında dengelemekle iyi. - Tom is good at balancing things on his head.

denge

Tom gergin bir ip üzerinde dengesini sağlamaktadır. - Tom is balancing on a tightrope.

Tom şeyleri kafasında dengelemekle iyi. - Tom is good at balancing things on his head.

denkleştirme
balance
dengede tutmak
balance
dengelemek

Birçok çalışan anneler ev ve iş hayatlarını dengelemek için mücadele ediyor. - Many working mothers struggle to balance their home and work lives.

balance
denge

Fransız hükümeti, ulusal bütçeyi vergi mükelleflerinin dengelemesi için meydan okuyan online bir oyunu piyasaya sürdü. - The French government has launched an online game that challenges taxpayers to balance the national budget.

Ani bir fırtınadan dengesini kaybettiği için, ip cambazı ölümüne düştü. - Losing his balance from a sudden gust of wind, the tightrope walker fell to his death.

balance
bakiye

Ayın birine kadar bakiyeyi havale edemeyeceğim. - I won't be able to remit the balance until the first of the month.

Tom çek yazmadan önce hesap bakiyesini kontrol etti. - Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the check.

balancing items
(Ticaret) denkleştirici işlemler
balancing antenna
dengelemeli anten
balancing battery
tampon batarya
balancing circuit
dengeleme devresi
balancing cylinder
dengeleme silindiri
balancing machine
balans ayar makinası
balancing reservoir
düzenleme haznesi
balancing wheel
kasnak
balancing act
hareket dengeleme
balancing impedance
dengeleyici empedans
balancing point of a sword
Kılıçın denge noktası
balancing columns
Sütunları Dengeleme
balancing speed
denge hizi
balance
kalan
balance
karşılaştırmak
balance
dengeyi sağlamak
balance
(Bilgisayar) dengesi

Dengesini kaybetti ve düştü. - He lost his balance and fell down.

Dengesini kaybedip bisikletten düştü. - He lost his balance and fell off his bicycle.

balance
kalan tutar
balance
(Ticaret) hesap

Tom çek yazmadan önce hesap bakiyesini kontrol etti. - Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the check.

Bu ay benim hesap bakiyem nedir? - What's my bank balance this month?

balance
(Askeri) kuvvet
balance
(Denizbilim) tartaç
balance
dengeleme

Fransız hükümeti, ulusal bütçeyi vergi mükelleflerinin dengelemesi için meydan okuyan online bir oyunu piyasaya sürdü. - The French government has launched an online game that challenges taxpayers to balance the national budget.

Birçok çalışan anneler ev ve iş hayatlarını dengelemek için mücadele ediyor. - Many working mothers struggle to balance their home and work lives.

balance
(Ticaret) eşitlik
balance
(Denizbilim) tartım aracı
balance
(Havacılık) terazileme
balance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) denge duyusu
balance
eşit hale getirmek
balance
(Ticaret) borç alacağı eşitlemek
balance
ağırlık merkezi
balance
(Havacılık) aerodinamik denge
balance
(Ticaret) hesap bakiyesi

Tom çek yazmadan önce hesap bakiyesini kontrol etti. - Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the check.

balance
(Ticaret) artık
balance
dengeli olmak
balance
düşünmek
balance
kıyaslamak
balance
göz önünde bulundurmak
balance
{f} dengele

Sen giysileri yıkarken ben çek defterini dengeledim. - I balanced my checkbook while you were washing clothes.

Bir deniz aslanı burnunda bir topu dengeleyebilir. - This sea lion can balance a ball on its nose.

balance
{i} denklik
balance
terazi

Elektronik terazideki bir arıza nedeniyle yetkililer işyerine para cezası verdi. - The authorities fined the shop because of a disorder in the electronic balance.

balance
{i} balans
assembly-line balancing
Montaj hattı dengeleme
balance
bakie
balance
balanse
line balancing
hat dengeleme
adjusting and balancing
ayarlama ve dengeleme
balance
{f} denklemek
balance
{f} inip çıkmak
balance
borç bakiyesi hang in the balance muallâk
balance
{i} denklem
balance
{f} dalgalanmak
balance
{f} dengelenmek
balance
matlup bakiyesi debit balance zimmet bakiyesi
balance
denk gelmek
balance
ithalât ve ihracat arasındaki para kıymeti farkı balance sheet bilanço balance wheel nâzım çark credit balance alacak bakiyesi
balance
{i} ruhsal denge
balance
{f} tartmak
balance
{i} bilanço
balance
kalıntı
balance
{i} uyum

Müzik, filmin yapısıyla uyum içinde. - The music is in balance with the structure of the movie.

balance
(Tıp) a) Tartı b) Farklı element veya kısımların birbirine uyması, istikrar, balans, c) Azot bilançosu, denklem
balance
dengelilik
balance
{f} eşitlenmek
balance
{f} salınmak
balance
denk olmak
balance
(Askeri) DENGE, KUVVET DENGESİ, BAKİYE: Bir silahları kontrol tedbirine uygulanan ve aşağıdaki karşılıkları veren kavram: a. Silahlı kuvvetlerin ve silahların, bir devlete, kontrol tedbirlerine muvafakatını bildirmiş diğer devletler muvacehesinde askeri bir üstünlük sağlamayacak şekilde ayarlanması, ve; b. Bir devletin kendi kuvvetlerini, silahları kontrol anlaşması başlangıç tarihinden sonraki devrede kendi güvenliğine karşı vaki olacak her türlü tehditle başa çıkabilecek tarzda iç ayarlaması
column balancing
sütun dengeleme
load balancing
yuk dengelemesi
moment balancing
moment dengeleme metodu
moment balancing
moment dengeleme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of balance
An action wherein someone balances or something is balanced
With wind turbine blades, adjusting their weight and weight distribution through 2 axes so that all blades are the same Unbalanced blades create damaging vibration
The process of making sure a tire will not cause vibration when driving By using a computerized machine, a technician can locate a non-balanced tire and balance it by attaching weights on the wheel rim to even out the tire's balance
Adjusting mass distribution in a rotating element, to reduce vibratory forces generated by rotation
Process of adjusting the flow of air in duct systems, or water flow in hot-water heating systems
For a mechanical system: Adjusting the distribution of mass in a rotating element, to reduce vibratory forces generated by rotation
(mechanical) Adjusting the distribution of mass in a rotating element, to reduce vibratory forces generated by rotation
The process of adjusting the flow of air in duct systems, or water flow in hot-water heating systems Proper balancing is performed using accurate instrumentation to deliver the right amount of heating or cooling to each area or room of the home
The conservation of inputs and outputs to a data flow diagram process when that process is decomposed to a lower level
The conservation of inputs and outputs to a data flow diagram process when that process is decomposed to a lower level (8)
An HP-UX term for the process of automatically spreading the data equally across all disks to increase performance
The amount of natural gas a Natural Gas Distribution Company (NGDC) receives for delivery to a customer or customer group and the amount of gas that customer or group actually uses
A process that compares actual customer use with the amount of natural gas delivered by the customer (or the customer's agent) to a utility during a special time period (e g daily or monthly) The differences between these two accounts are called imbalances
getting two things to correspond; "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement"
(see « Balancing Market »)
entering or reentering the auction on the basis of values partner is presumed to hold from the relative weakness of the opponents' bidding
The requirement imposed by electricity grids or natural gas pipelines that supply and demand be equal over a certain time period
The process of adjusting the flow of air in duct systems, or water flow in hot-water heating systems
A procedure for adjusting the radial mass distribution of a rotor so that the mass centerline approaches the rotor geometric centerline
Technique used in the VM code, referring to balancing various parameters such as the number of pages currently free, to avoid thrashing and other bad memory capacity artefacts See zones, kswapd bug
~ A momentary state of being in which a percentage of a lesson has been learned Also, it is our attempt to learn a percentage of a lesson
– Making deliveries and withdrawals of gas equal; balancing may occur on a daily, monthly or seasonal basis with penalties associated with imbalances
{i} equilibration, evenness, symmetry
The entire electric power system is designed to keep supply and demand in constant balance To maintain this balance, a utility must constantly adjust its generation levels to meet changing electricity demands, while holding the electrical frequency of its power supply constant at 60Hz Maintaining a constant electrical frequency is somewhat like maintaining a constant speed in an automobile There are costs associated with these services
balancing act
A performance that involves balancing things precariously and suspensefully
balancing act
An effort to manage many conflicting or competing items or interests
balancing acts
plural form of balancing act
balancing act
If you perform a balancing act, you try to deal successfully with two or more people, groups, or situations that are in opposition to each other. a delicate balancing act between a career, a home, and motherhood. = juggling act. when you are trying to please two or more people or groups who all want different things, or who have ideas that are completely different from each other
balance
The result of such a procedure; the difference between credit and debit of an account

I just need to nip to a bank and check my balance.

balance
Support for both viewpoints, substances etc or neither; neutrality
balance
Mental equilibrium; calmness, a state of remaining clear-headed and unperturbed
balance
The overall result of conflicting forces, opinions etc.; the influence which ultimately "weighs" more than others

I think the balance of opinion is that we should get out while we're ahead.

balance
A weight placed on a scale to provide equilibrium; something of equal importance or value

Blair thought he could provide a useful balance to Bush's policies.

balance
Apparent harmony in arts, design etc. between differing colours, sounds, etc
balance
to be in equilibrium
balance
A list accounting for the debits on one side, and for the credits on the other
balance
Libra
balance
to hold (an object or objects) precariously
balance
A device used to regulate the speed of a watch, clock etc
balance
Equilibrium; a state in which opposing forces cancel each other out
balance
{v} to make equal, settle, hesitate
balance
{n} a pair of scales, part of a watch, constellation, difference of accounts, power
assembly line balancing
(industrial engineering) Assigning numbers of operators or machines to each operation of an assembly line so as to meet the required production rate with a minimum of idle time
Balance
bal

Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the cheque. - Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the check.

Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the check. - Tom double-checked his bank balance before writing the cheque.

balance
To bring to an equipoise, as the scales of a balance by adjusting the weights; to weigh in a balance
balance
A principle of art and design concerned with the arrangement of one or more elements in a work of art so that they appear symmetrical or asymmetrical in design and proportion
balance
To compare in relative force, importance, value, etc
balance
If someone balances their budget or if a government balances the economy of a country, they make sure that the amount of money that is spent is not greater than the amount that is received. He balanced his budgets by rigid control over public expenditure
balance
The balance of an amount of money is what remains to be paid for something or what remains when part of the amount has been spent. They were due to pay the balance on delivery. = remainder see also bank balance
balance
to weigh by comparing; to estimate the relative weight or importance of different factors or resources and proportion properly the parts or elements in a planning or decision-making process This does not mean that there are winners and losers in the process; but rather, that all elements are considered before plans are developed or decisions are made
balance
The constellation Libra
balance
The amount of money in an account, equal to the net of credits and debits at that point in time for that account also called account balance The outstanding debt on a loan
balance
to make (items) weigh up
balance
A pair of scales
balance
To arrange accounts in such a way that the sum total of the debits is equal to the sum total of the credits; as, to balance a set of books
balance
a wheel that regulates the rate of movement in a machine; especially a wheel oscillating against the hairspring of a timepiece to regulate its beat
balance
a scale for weighing; depends on pull of gravity
balance
{f} make even weight, make equal; be made of even weight, be made equal
balance
If you balance something somewhere, or if it balances there, it remains steady and does not fall. I balanced on the ledge He balanced a football on his head
balance
something left after other parts have been taken away; "there was no remainder"; "he threw away the rest"; "he took what he wanted and I got the balance"
balance
A weighing machine The terms scale and balance are often used interchangeably Historically a balance was a device that determined mass by balancing an unknown mass against a known mass as with a 2 pan assay balance In modern weighing machines balances are usually of the design that uses a force restoration mechanism to create a force to balance the force due to the unknown mass See also scale
balance
Equipoise between the weights in opposite scales
balance
Located on the Account Detail screen, this field reflects the addition and subtraction to the Available Balance of individual transactions posted to a Chase account
balance
the difference between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account
balance
If you balance one thing with something different, each of the things has the same strength or importance. Balance spicy dishes with mild ones The state has got to find some way to balance these two needs Supply and demand on the currency market will generally balance. + balanced bal·anced This book is a well balanced biography
balance
Relative distrubution of the weight of horse and rider upon the fore and hind legs (longitudinal balance) and the left and right legs (lateral balence) The horse is in good balance when the weight is distrubuted evenly left and right, and sufficiently toward the rear legs that it can easily manage the task at hand Loss of balance means the sudden increase of weight onto the forehand and/or to one side
balance
to estimate
balance
A movement in dancing
balance
hold or carry in equilibrium
balance
is the ability to hold stock to a particular line or point A Border Collie balances stock to the handler naturally, bringing it in a straight line directly to the handler, by controlling the heads of the stock The BALANCE POINT is the particular point or spot a dog must be in to cause the stock to move or continue to move directly toward the handler This point is constantly changing from moment to moment as dog and stock move It is a Border Collie's unique talent to find and know this balance point A more advanced dog that has been trained to drive stock away from the handler will also learn to hold DRIVE BALANCE Basically, this dog can be set in motion driving stock in a certain direction and he will maintain balance and continue to drive the stock away on that line
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Balance is the ability to remain steady when you are standing up. The medicines you are currently taking could be affecting your balance
balance
1) In talking about loans, the balance is the difference between the amount owed and the amount paid If you pay $45 on a $100 debt, your balance is $55 2) In talking about checkbooks, balancing means to account for all money that came into and went out of your account, so that at the end of the month you and your bank statement agree 3) In talking about savings, your balance is what is left in your savings account after you deposit or withdraw money
balance
a state of equilibrium
balance
This figure is a sum of incomes and charges of the Account or the Agreement An Agreement can include several Accounts, by default they all share one balance You can separate the balance of any Account if necessary
balance
The seventh sign in the Zodiac, called Libra, which the sun enters at the equinox in September
balance
compute credits and debits of an account
balance
A balance is a situation in which all the different parts are equal in strength or importance. Their marriage is a delicate balance between traditional and contemporary values the ecological balance of the forest
balance
To make the sums of the debits and credits of an account equal; said of an item; as, this payment, or credit, balances the account
balance
to have matching credits and debits
balance
To move toward a person or couple, and then back
balance
If you are off balance, you are in an unsteady position and about to fall. A gust of wind knocked him off balance and he fell face down in the mud
balance
biological system that enables individuals to know where their bodies are in the environment and to maintain a desired position Normal balance depends on information from the labyrinth in the inner ear, from other senses such as sight and touch, and from muscle movement
balance
Term used to describe the harmony of a drink's components of aroma, flavor and texture
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bring into balance or equilibrium; "She has to balance work and her domestic duties"; "balance the two weights"
balance
1 Equal on each side The same number of each kind of symbol Also see bit balance 2 A term used in S-box and Boolean function analysis As described by Lloyd: "A function is balanced if, when all input vectors are equally likely, then all output vectors are equally likely " -- Lloyd, S 1990 Properties of binary functions Advances in Cryptology -- EUROCRYPT '90 124-139 There is some desire to generalize this definition to describe multiple-input functions (Is a dyadic function "balanced" if, for one value on the first input, all output values can be produced, but for another value on the first input, only some output values are possible?) Presumably a two-input balanced function would be balanced for either input fixed at any value, which would essentially be a Latin square or a Latin square combiner
balance
biological system that enables individuals to know where their bodies are in the environment and to maintain a desired position; normal balance depends on information from the labyrinth in the inner ear, and from other senses such as sight and touch, as well as from muscle movement
balance
The amount of money in an account A positive balance means there is cash in the account A negative balance means the amount of a loan (margin) has been subtracted from the account In the Stock Market Game, each team begins with a $100,000 balance All purchases, broker's fees, losses on short sales and interest charges are deducted from the balance <top>
balance
To contract, as a sail, into a narrower compass; as, to balance the boom mainsail
balance
You can say on balance to indicate that you are stating an opinion after considering all the relevant facts or arguments. On balance he agreed with Christine. Instrument for comparing the weights of two bodies, usually for scientific purposes, to determine the difference in mass. The equal-arm balance dates back to the ancient Egyptians, possibly as early as 5000 BC. By the early 20th century, it had been developed into an exquisitely precise measuring device. Electronic balances today depend on electrical compensation rather than mechanical deflection. The ultramicrobalance is any weighing device that serves to determine the weight of even smaller samples than can be weighed with the microbalance (which can weigh samples as small as a few milligrams), that is, total amounts as small as a few micrograms. balance of payments balance of power balance of trade balance sheet spring balance torsion balance checks and balances
balance
A term used in S-box and Boolean function analysis As described by Lloyd: "A function is balanced if, when all input vectors are equally likely, then all output vectors are equally likely " Lloyd, S 1990 Properties of binary functions Advances in Cryptology -- EUROCRYPT '90 124-139 There is some desire to generalize this definition to describe multiple-input functions (Is a function "balanced" if, for one value on the first input, all output values can be produced, but for another value on the first input, only some output values are possible?) Presumably a two-input balanced function would be balanced for either input fixed at any value, which would essentially be a Latin square or a Latin square combiner
balance
Act of weighing mentally; comparison; estimate
balance
The state of being in equipoise; equilibrium; even adjustment; steadiness
balance
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun in in Libra
balance
To fluctuate between motives which appear of equal force; to waver; to hesitate
balance
An indication of signal voltage equality and phase polarity on a conductor pair Perfect balance occurs when the signals across a twisted-pair are equal in magnitude and opposite in phase with respect to ground
balance
A balance wheel, as of a watch, or clock
balance
See Balance, v
balance
If you keep your balance, for example when standing in a moving vehicle, you remain steady and do not fall over. If you lose your balance, you become unsteady and fall over
balance
harmonious arrangement or relation of parts or elements within a whole (as in a design); "in all perfectly beautiful objects there is found the opposition of one part to another and a reciprocal balance"- John Ruskin
balance
Principle of design that deals with arranging the visual elements in a work of art for harmony of design and proportion
balance
The total amount of money owed It includes any unpaid balance from the previous month, new purchases, cash advances, and any charges such as an annual fee, late fee or interest The balance should not be confused with the monthly payment (the minimum payment allowed each month), which is generally 2% - 5% for revolving credit cards
balance
If you balance your books or make them balance, you prove by calculation that the amount of money you have received is equal to the amount that you have spent. teaching them to balance the books To make the books balance, spending must fall and taxes must rise
balance
be in equilibrium; "He was balancing on one foot"
balance
(mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact correspondence of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
balance
To move toward, and then back from, reciprocally; as, to balance partners
balance
If you are thrown off balance by something, you are surprised or confused by it. She was trying to behave as if his visit hadn't thrown her off balance
balance
To settle and adjust, as an account; to make two accounts equal by paying the difference between them
balance
to make (concepts) agree
balance
Equilibrium in movement
balance
An equality between the sums total of the two sides of an account; as, to bring one's accounts to a balance; also, the excess on either side; as, the balance of an account
balance
To support on a narrow base, so as to keep from falling; as, to balance a plate on the end of a cane; to balance one's self on a tight rope
balance
equality of distribution
balance
to make the credits and debits of (an account) correspond
balance
To have equal weight on each side; to be in equipoise; as, the scales balance
balance
A term used to describe the aesthetic or harmony of elements, whether they are photos, art or copy, within a layout or design The relationship between the design elements so the opposing forces have equal distribution of weight in the layout
balance
be in equilibrium; "He was balancing on one foot
balance
If you say that the balance tips in your favour, you start winning or succeeding, especially in a conflict or contest. a powerful new gun which could tip the balance of the war in their favour
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If you balance one thing against another, you consider its importance in relation to the other one. She carefully tried to balance religious sensitivities against democratic freedom
balance
A jig/slide/polka movement, often confused with the 'Advance and retire'* It too is danced in open waltz hold* but dancing 3s instead of the advance and retire step (4 bars) It is normally repeated or followed by another 4 bar movement e g 'Dance at home'* turning once
balance
The balance in your bank account is the amount of money you have in it. I'd like to check the balance in my account please
balance
See Balance wheel (in the Vocabulary)
balance
a scale for weighing; depends on pull of gravity equality between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account the difference between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account equality of distribution a state of equilibrium compute credits and debits of an account bring into balance or equilibrium; "She has to balance work and her domestic duties"; "balance the two weights"
balance
1 The equilibrium attained by an aircraft, rocket, or the like when forces and moments are acting upon it so as to produce steady flight, especially without rotation about its axes; also used with reference to equilibrium about any specified axis, as, an airplane in balance about its longitudinal axis
balance
the seventh sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about September 23 to October 22
balance
Harmony among the wine's components -- fruit, acidity, tannins, alcohol; a well-balanced wine possesses the various elements in proper proportion to one another
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If something hangs in the balance, it is uncertain whether it will happen or continue. The fate of a project which could revolutionise the use of computers in hospitals hangs in the balance
balance
equality between the totals of the credit and debit sides of an account
balance
{i} leveling; equal distribution of weight; stability; statement; scales; rest, remainder
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Used to offset the weight of a sash in a double hung or single hung window Permits the sash to stay at the height to which it is opened There are various types used including spiral, block and tackle, constant force also known as true force
balance
an equivalent counterbalancing weight
balance
To equal in number, weight, force, or proportion; to counterpoise, counterbalance, counteract, or neutralize
balance
An apparatus for weighing
balance
A term used to describe the aesthetic or harmony of elements, whether they are photos, art or copy, within a layout or design
balance
The sum of the temporary budget plus actuals, encumbrances, and pre-encumbrances for the period covered in the report
daily balancing
summing up of a day's commercial activity
interest balancing
finding a balance between various desires, finding equilibrium among conflicting interests
line balancing
(Ticaret) The process of aligning operations within a specific production line, and feeder lines to consuming lines, that minimizes fluctuations in production levels and operation downtime
part period balancing
(Ticaret) (PPB) A lot size technique that uses look ahead and look back functions to consider additional periods in modifying an initial calculation based on least total cost
wheel balancing
(Otomotiv) A procedure that ensures that the weight of a wheel is distributed evenly so that your car moves smoothly on the road at any speed
balancing

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