boot

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çizme

Bu çizmeler Avustralya'dan. - These boots are from Australia.

Tom çizmesini çıkardı. - Tom took off his boots.

{i} bot

Tom'un botlarında biraz çamur vardı. - There was some mud on Tom's boots.

O, çamuru botlarından kazıyarak temizledi. - He scraped the mud off his boots.

(Askeri) BOT, ÇİZME: Deri, bez veya lastikten yapılmış konçlu ayakkabı
(Otomotiv) kovan
toz lastiği
açılış
fazla olarak
ilaveten
üstelik
(Otomotiv) körük
ayak ile vurmak
pabuç
bot (ayakkabı)
toz körüğü
çarık
papuç
üstüne bir de
sepetlemek
kar

Tom'un botları karın derinliklerine battı. - Tom's boots sank deep into the snow.

Tom'un botları derin kara battı. - Tom's boots sank into the deep snow.

işe yaramak
sepetleme
potin
tekme

Tom karı tekmeleyerek botundan düşürdü. - Tom kicked the snow off his boots.

tekmelemek
{f} tep

Yağmur çizmelerimi giymeyi ve sokaktaki su birikintilerinde tepinmeyiı severim. - I like to put on my rain boots and stomp in the puddles in the street.

kovmak
bagaj

Tom yedek lastiği çıkarmak için bagajı açtı. - Tom opened the boot to take out the spare wheel.

işten atma
oto
{i} açış
{f} çizme giydirmek
(to) işletim sistemini (yeniden) yüklemek
kapı dışarı edilmek
boottree çiz
{f} çizme şeklindeki aletle işkence yapmak
{i} otel ayakkabı boyacısı
önyüklemek
{f} argo tekmelemek
{f} önyükle
arabanın bagajı
işten çıkartma
ayak ve bacağı sıkıştıran çizme benzeri işkence aleti
{f} tepmek
{f} bilgisayarın belleğine komutlar okutarak sistemi
ön yükleme, sistemin başlatılması
{i} koruyucu tabaka
{f} tekme atmak
azletme
{i} bagaj [aut.]
önyükleme
hem de
kılıf
tozluk
dingil kılıfı
bir de
futbol tekme atmak
fren lastiği
ayrıca
koruyucu kapak
çizm
boot drive
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme sürücüsü
boot files
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme dosyaları
boot loader
açılış yükleyicisi
boot loader
(Bilgisayar) önyükleyici
boot out
(deyim) kapı dışarı etmek
boot out
işten atmak
boot partition
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme bölümü
boot record
açılış kaydı
boot record
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme kaydı
boot rom
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme rom'u
boot sector
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme kesimi
boot sector
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme sektörü
boot sector
açılış kesimi
boot virus
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme virüsü
boot maker
çizmeci
boot out
işten at
boot camp
(Askeri) acemi birliği
boot cut
(Giyim) çizme paça, çizme kesim (pantolon)
boot floor
boot zemin
boot sale
İngilterede insanların toplanıp otomobillerinin bagajlarında getirdikleri eşyaları satışı

Pubs, street market and car boots sales are where thieves go to sell stolen goods.

boot stripe
(Denizcilik) Fileto hattı
boot top
(Denizcilik) Fileto hattı
boot tree
boot ağaç
boot-up
(Bilgisayar) Bilgisayarı başlatma, çalıştırma
boot camp
(Argo) eğitim imkanları
boot device
önyükleme aygıtı
boot device
(Bilgisayar) ön yükleme aygıtı
boot disk
önyükleme diski sistem yükleme
boot entries
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme girdileri
boot entry id
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme girdi kimliği
boot failure
başlatma hatası
boot file size
(Bilgisayar) başlatma dosyası boyutu
boot floppy
(Bilgisayar) açılış disketi
boot image
(Bilgisayar) ön yükleme görüntüsü
boot lid shell
bagaj kapağı dış sacı
boot lock
(Otomotiv) bagaj kilidi
boot manager
açılış yöneticisi
boot manager
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme yöneticisi
boot options
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme seçenekleri
boot process
önyükleme işlemi
boot somebody out
pasaportunu eline vermek
boot somebody out
pabucunu eline vermek
boot somebody out of something
pabucunu eline vermek
boot somebody out of something
pasaportunu eline vermek
boot start
(Bilgisayar) önyükleme başlat
boot virus
onyukleme virusu
the boot is on the other foot
(Ev ile ilgili) Ayaklar baş oldu
boots
(Tekstil) ayakkabı, kundura
ankle boot
bot
ankle boot
yarım çizme
boot cut
(Tekstil) boru paça
boot lid
(Otomotiv) bagaj kapağı
booting
(Bilgisayar) başlatma
bootless
neticesiz
boots
otel ayakkabı boyacısı
he's got the wobbly boot on
(Argo) sarhoş
leg of a boot
konç
rain boot
yağmur çizmesi
snow boot
kar botu
the boot is on the other foot
eski çamlar bardak oldu
the boot is on the other foot
durum tam tersine döndü
top boot
uzun konçlu çizme
cold boot
soğuk açış
combat boot
savaş botu
cowboy boot
kovboy çizmesi
get the boot
sepetlenmek
get the boot
kovulmak
give sb the boot
sepetlemek
give sb the boot
kovmak
hessian boot
uzun çizme
put the boot in
tekmeyi patlatmak
riding boot
binici botu
rubber boot
kauçuk bot

Kauçuk botları giyin, aksi halde ayağınızı ıslatırsınız! - Put the rubber boots on, or else you will get your feet wet!

ski boot
kayak ayakkabısı
thigh boot
uzun çizme
top boot
uzun çizme
warm boot
sıcak açış
The boot is on the other foot
k. dili Durum tam tersine döndü
ankle boot
yarım çizme, bot
bootable
(Bilgisayar) Sistemin açılışı sırasında açılabilir
bootable
(Bilgisayar) Önyüklenebilir
bootable
(Bilgisayar) işletim sistemi ile açılabilen
booted
tep
bootless
faydasız
boots
çizmeler
car boot sale
İngilterede insanların toplanıp otomobillerinin bagajlarında getirdikleri eşyaları satışı
car-boot
araba çizme
football boot
Futbol çizme
give sb the boot
pabucunu eline vermek
give so. the boot
vermek çok. çizme
half boot
yarım çizme
high heeled boot
yüksek topuklu çizme
hiking boot
yürüyüş ayakkabısı
hiking boot
Arazide yürüyüş için kullanılan ayakkabı
laced boot
bağcıklı çizme
leather boot
deri çizme
riding boot
boot sürme
surgeon boot
cerrah çizme
tight-fitting thigh-high boot
dar kalça yüksek çizme
The boot is on the
{k} Durum tam tersine döndü
audit boot
(Bilgisayar) denetimi ön yükle
audit boot
(Bilgisayar) denetim önyüklemesi
booted
(sıfat) çizmeli
booted
çizmeli
booted
boot kov/tekmele
booted
botlu
booted
tepmiş
booting
önyükleme
bootless
beyhude
bootless
{s} boş
bootless
yararsız
bootless
gereksiz
bootless
neticesiz olarak
bootless
bootlesslyboş yere
casual boot
gündelik bot
cd boot disk
YD Açılış Disketi
cd boot disk
YD Önyükleme Disketi
combat boot
(Askeri) kısa konçlu bot
combat boot
(Askeri) KISA KONÇLU BOT: Sahra hizmeti için verilen bir ayakkabı. Bu ayakkabının, genellikle, iki tokalı bir deri atkısı vardır ve getir veya tozluk yerine kullanılır
get the boot
argo sepetlenmek, kapı dışarı edilmek, kıçına tekmeyi yemek, işten çıkarılmak
give s.o. the boot
argo birini sepetlemek, birini kapı dışarı etmek, birinin kıçına tekmeyi atmak, birini işten çıkarmak
half boot
(Askeri) potin
image boot
(Bilgisayar) yansıma önyüklemesi
knee boot
dize kadar gelen çizme
low boot
kısa çizme
luggage boot
(Otomotiv) bagajlık
master boot record
Ana Önyükleme Kaydı
normal boot
(Bilgisayar) normal önyükleme
protective boot
(Çevre) koruyucu ayakkabı
put the boot in
{a} (deyim) yerdeki bir kimseyi tekmelemek;haksiz muamele etmek veya ustune varmak
setup boot disk
(Bilgisayar) kurulum önyükleme disketi
steering boot
(Otomotiv) direksiyon körüğü
the boot is on the other leg
eski çamlar bardak oldu
the boot is on the other leg
durum değişti
top boot
çizme
vapour barrier boot
(Askeri) soğuğa karşı tecritli bot
Türkçe - Türkçe
İngilizce - İngilizce
A heavy shoe that covers part of the leg
A parking enforcement device used to immobilize a car until it can be towed or a fine is paid; a wheel clamp
The act or process of bootstrapping; the starting or re-starting of a computing device

It took three boots, but I finally got the application installed.

To profit, avail, benefit
A place for baggage at either end of an old-fashioned stagecoach
To disconnect, to remove from an online conversation; can refer to an accidental glitch, or a purposeful action by others

In Electroserver, the kick command disconnects a user totally from the server and gives him a message about why he was booted.

Profit, plunder
To bootstrap; to start a system, eg. a computer, by invoking its boot process or bootstrap

When arriving at the office, first thing I do is booting my machine.

To vomit

Sorry, I didn’t mean to boot all over your couch.

Remedy, amends
To kick

I booted the ball toward my teammate.

A rubber bladder on the leading edge of an aircraft’s wing, which is inflated periodically to remove ice buildup. A deicing boot
A bootleg recording
A place at the side of a coach, where attendants rode; also, a low outside place before and behind the body of the coach
To forcibly eject

We need to boot those troublemakers as soon as possible.

To apply corporal punishment (compare slippering)
The act or process of removing somebody from a chat room
The luggage storage compartment of a sedan or saloon car

Please put the luggage in the boot, not on the seats.

A flexible cover of rubber or plastic, which may be preformed to a particular shape and used to protect a shaft, lever, switch, or opening from dust, dirt, moisture, etc
A torture device used on the feet or legs, such as a Spanish boot
A blow with the foot; a kick
{v} to profit, gain advantage, put on boots
{n} profit, gain, advantage, booty, a covering for the legs, part of a coach, kind of rack
{n} profit, gain, advantage, put on boots
To profit; to advantage; to avail; generally followed by it; as, what boots it? To enrich; to benefit; to give in addition
To start a computer Re-booting, or shutting down a system, then restarting, can clear out bugs that are hampering smooth computing
To bootstrap
To start or restart a computer and ready it for use A "cold" boot is done by turning on the power switch A "warm" boot resets the computer without turning off the power source Browse To scan a collection of items, such as a database, a file manager view, a list box, Web pages, or text files, for items of interest To browse implies observing rather than changing information
To start a system, eg. a computer, by invoking its boot process or bootstrap. Refers specifically to a cold start, ie. at the time power is first turned on. To describe a restart (warm start) performed when the system is already running, use to reboot
A flexible cover of rubber, plastic or similar to protect a shaft, lever, switch etc
the process of loading the operating system into the computer's main memory
Profit; gain; advantage; use
Booty; spoil
That which is given to make an exchange equal, or to make up for the deficiency of value in one of the things exchanged
If you boot something such as a ball, you kick it hard. He booted the ball 40 yards back up field
A covering for the foot and lower part of the leg, ordinarily made of leather
Cash or property of a type not included in the definition of a nontaxable exchange The receipt of boot will cause an otherwise tax-free transfer to become taxable to the extent of the lesser of the fair market value of the boot or the realized gain on the transfer Examples of nontaxable exchanges that could be partially or completely taxable due to the receipt of boot include transfers to controlled corporations and like-kind exchanges
The act or process of bootstrapping
cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes; "boot your computer"
Short for "bootstrap " The process by which a computer starts running an operating system when power is applied
The boot of a car is a covered space at the back or front, in which you carry things such as luggage and shopping. He opened the boot to put my bags in
When a computer is turned on, a small program runs which then loads the disk operating system (DOS) This small program is called the boot program You "boot" your computer when you turn it on You can "reboot" the computer three different ways: Simultaneously press CTL-ALT-DEL Press the reset button (if your computer has one) Turn the computer off, wait 3-4 seconds, turn it back on
A parking enforcement device used to immobilize a car until it can be towed or a fine is paid
If you get the boot or are given the boot, you are told that you are not wanted any more, either in your job or by someone you are having a relationship with. She was a disruptive influence, and after a year or two she got the boot
Load a program on a computer typically the operating system Based on the phrase 'pull up by the bootstraps'
To punish by kicking with a booted foot
An automatic procedure begun when you first turn on or reset your computer, that loads an operating system into memory, usually from hard disk A set of constructions contained in ROM begin executing, first running a series of power-on self tests (POST) to check that devices such as hard disks are in working order, then locating and loading the operating system, and finally, passing control of the computer over to that operating system
Remedy; relief; amends; reparation; hence, one who brings relief
To disconnect, to be involuntarily removed from an online conversation; can refer to an accidental glitch, or a purposeful action by others
Sacked, dismissed
How to start your computer Sometimes a program failure will lock up your computer and you'll need to restart, or "re-boot," your computer There are two kinds: a cold boot, which is where you turn the power off and back on, and a warm boot, which is where you restart your computer by pressing the CTRL, ALT and DELETE keys at the same time Back to Top
British term for the luggage compartment in a car
The loading of the operating system and starting of initial processes into a computer From the saying, "pulling_oneself_up_by one's_bootstraps "
To start up the computer and load the operating system software See cold boot and warm boot
In heating and cooling system distribution ductwork, the transformation pieces connecting horizontal round leaders to vertical rectangular stacks
To turn on the computer and start the operating system
An instrument of torture for the leg, formerly used to extort confessions, particularly in Scotland
Starting up an OS is booting it If the computer is already running, it is more often called rebooting
The metal casing and flange fitted about a pipe where it passes through a roof
{i} shoe which extends over the ankle; startup of a computer (Computers); trunk, luggage compartment of a car (British); dismissal; kick
The process of loading and running that part of the operating system that loads the operating system
To start up a computer, which involves loading the operating system and other basic software
A rubber bladder on the leading edge of an aircrafts wing, which is inflated periodically to remove ice buildup. A wing boot
An apron or cover (of leather or rubber cloth) for the driving seat of a vehicle, to protect from rain and mud
the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
Boots are strong, heavy shoes which cover your ankle and which have thick soles. You wear them to protect your feet, for example when you are walking or taking part in sport. The soldiers' boots resounded in the street
To start your computer Sometimes a program failure will lock up your computer and you'll need to restart, or re-boot, your computer There are two kinds: a cold boot, which is where you turn the power off and back on, and a warm boot, which is where you restart your computer by pressing the Control, Alt and Delete keys at the same time + Back to Top
The starting or re-starting of a computing device
If someone puts the boot in, they attack another person by saying something cruel, often when the person is already feeling weak or upset
To cause the operating system to begin to function Takes its name from "pulling oneself up by the bootstraps", a whimsical analogy applied to the BIOS loading itself and then running the "boot loader" (Also reboot)
Boot Hill
Name used for many cemeteries in the American Old West; nickname for any cemetery

Where have all the TV Westerns gone? A genre once adored by viewers lies dead, but not forgotten, in television's Boot Hill.

boot block
A dedicated block usually at the beginning (first block on first track) of a storage medium that holds special data used to start a system. Some systems use a boot block of several physical sectors, while some use only one boot sector. Other manufacturers use the terms boot block and boot sector interchangeably
boot camp
Any short, intensive course of training

We will institute a boot camp for training the sales force in these new products.

boot camp
A short, intensive, quasi-military program generally aimed at young offenders as an alternative to a jail term
boot camp
Initial, basic indoctrination, physical fitness training and basic instruction in service-related subjects for new recruits in the armed forces (Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps)
boot cut
Pants cut as if to allow the legs to fit over boots
boot cut
Of pants, cut as if to allow the legs of the pants to fit over boots
boot disk
A computer disk holding a bootstrap loader and an operating system
boot disks
plural form of boot disk
boot knife
A knife that is carried inside a sheath in or attached to a boot. Usually having a fixed double edged blade
boot loader
A small program that initiates the bootstrap process by loading the operating system proper
boot loaders
plural form of boot loader
boot sector
A dedicated sector usually at the beginning (first sector on first track) of a storage medium that holds special data used to start a system. Some systems use a boot block of several physical sectors, while some use only one boot sector. Other manufacturers use the terms boot block and boot sector interchangeably
boot up
To start a computer using its bootstrap procedure
boot verb
Any of various verbs, generally in Romance languages, in which the first and second persons plural are affected differently by some phonological or morphological rule than the other four forms
boot-cut
A style of pants that becomes wider from the knees downward
boot-topping
Any substance used for boot-topping, especially a mixture of tallow, sulphur or lime and rosin, which was commonly used to paint the bottoms of wooden ships, as a deterrent against weeds and barnacles, and to reduce friction
boot-topping
The process of cleaning the upper part of a ship's underwater hull and daubing it with a protecting layer of antifouling substance
boot sale
An event in a public place where people sell their unwanted possessions, often from the backs of their cars
boot stripe
(Denizcilik) Boot stripe or boot top is a painted stripe along the waterline delineating the topside from the bottom paint
boot top
(Denizcilik) Boot stripe or boot top is a painted stripe along the waterline delineating the topside from the bottom paint
boot block
(n ) An 8-Kbyte disk block that contains information used during booting; block numbers point to the location of the /boot program on the disk The boot block directly follows the disk label
boot block
An area of a disk having information for loading the operating system that is needed to start a computer
boot block
HDF5 files are composed of a "boot block" describing information required to portably access files on multiple platforms, followed by information about the groups in a file and the datasets in the file The boot block contains information about the size of offsets and lengths of objects, the number of entries in symbol tables (used to store groups) and additional version information for the file
boot block
The portion of your disk that contains the software to enable your Operating System to start
boot camp
camp for training military recruits
boot camp
{i} training camp for new soldiers
boot camp
In the United States, a boot camp is a camp where people who have just joined the army, navy, or marines are trained. a training camp for people who have just joined the US Army, Navy, or Marine Corps
boot diskette
diskette which can be used to boot up a computer
boot file
A binary file with extension boot which is read during start of an Erlang node See SASL User's Guide for more info
boot file
A file that contains information used by an application or tool to locate and open a federated database
boot out
remove from a position or office; "The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
boot out
If someone boots you out of a job, organization, or place, you are forced to leave it. Schools are booting out record numbers of unruly pupils. = kick out
boot out
put out or expel from a place; "The child was expelled from the classroom"
boot sale
a car boot sale (BOOT 3)
boot sector
first sector on a disk which the computer refers to at startup
boot sequence
order in which the computer searches at startup for a bootable disk or diskette on various drives
boot up
The process of turning on the computer, which includes a number of functions that are performed automatically every time the power switch is turned on
boot up
To start up a computer system
boot up
The term describing the series of steps that takes place when you turn on the computer In the BOOT process, the operating system (DOS for example), is loaded into the computer's internal memory (RAM) It derives from the ancient advice, "Pull yourself up by your own bootstraps!"
boot up
– Initialization sequence for a hardware device including configuration, error checking, and loading and configuration of devices drivers and operating software
boot up
Loading the system into memory from disk
boot up
When you boot up a computer, you make it ready to use by putting in the instructions which it needs in order to start working. I can boot up from a floppy disk, but that's all Go over to your PC and boot it up
boot up
To start a computer; drawn from the phrase "pulling oneself up by one's own bootstraps "
boot up
To load an operating system into the computer's RAM (Random Access Memory)
boot up
Sequence of events beginning with power-on and ending with your computer ready to run applications
boot-strap
loop at the top of a boot used to help in pulling it on
bovver boot
{i} (British) large heavy boot with laces (such as army boots)
Denver boot
A device locked into place over the wheel of a road vehicle, immobilizing it
bootable
That can be booted; from which one can boot the system
bootless
profitless; pointless; unavailing

When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes, / I all alone beweep my outcast state / And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries.

boots
plural form of boot
boots
The sports shoes worn by players of certain games such as cricket and football
boots
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of boot
car boot
a car boot sale
car boot
the boot (trunk) of a car
car boot
a wheel clamp or Denver boot
car boot sale
An outdoor market at which people sell things from the boot (trunk) of their car
car boot sales
plural form of car boot sale
chewie on ya boot
A conventional expression meant to distract or wish an opponent bad luck when he's taking a kick for goal
cold boot
To reboot a computer by turning it off and on
combat boot
A type of boot designed to be worn by soldiers during actual combat or combat training
deicing boot
a device installed on aircraft surfaces to permit a mechanical deicing in flight
dual-boot
Having two operating systems available, such that either of them can be selected each time the computer is booted

In either situation, a dual-boot installation uses unpartitioned free space on the current or on another hard disk as the target.

get the boot
To be voted off a competition in a reality television show
get the boot
To be dismissed from employment
give the boot
to fire, to sack, to dismiss

They said I couldn’t do the job so they gave me the boot. So, now I’m looking for work again.

hobnail boot
A heavy duty, hard-wearing work boot with hobnails in the sole to make them last longer and to provide grip on muddy ground
moon boot
A type of footwear made popular in the 1970's, with a thin rubber outsole and no distinct left or right feet
put the boot in
To kick a fallen opponent
put the boot in
To kick someone when they are down
rugby-boot
Attributive form of rugby boot, noun
steel-toe boot
A type of boot with a reinforced toe area that protects the foot from falling objects
the boot is on the other foot
Alternative form of the shoe is on the other foot
ugg boot
A boot made of sheepskin with the wool as the lining and the leather as the outside
the boot is on the other foot
(Ev ile ilgili) If you say that the boot is on the other foot, you mean that a situation is now the opposite of what it was before, often because a person who was in a weak position is now in a strong position
booted
{a} in boots, equipped, ready
bootless
{a} useless, unavailing, unprofitable, vain
bootable
(Bilgisayar, sistem vs.) Tekrar başlatılıp, işletilebilir; başlatma işi için kullanılabilir
car boot sale
An event in a public place where people sell their unwanted possessions, often from the backs of their cars
Congress boot
An ankle-high shoe with elastic material in the sides. Also called Congress gaiter
Denver Boot
{i} locking device attached to the wheel of a car to immobilize it (used especially for cars parked illegally or until the owner pays parking fines that accumulated)
Denver boot
A Denver boot is a large metal device which is fitted to the wheel of an illegally parked car or other vehicle in order to prevent it from being driven away. The driver has to pay to have the device removed. A device locked to the wheel of a parked vehicle to keep it from being driven, used especially to force settlement of outstanding traffic violations
Hessian boot
A man's high, tasseled boot introduced into England by Hessians in the 19th century
Master Boot Record
information occupying the first sector on a hard disk that identifies and boots the operating system (Computers), MBR
bootable
A CD (or floppy, hard disk, or other storage media) from which a computer can be started up (booted), because it contains all the operating system software that the computer needs to run A bootable CD contains a bootable image - a file which is an exact representation of a boot floppy or hard disk Bootable CDs are usually made according to the El Torito standard
bootable
Having the ability to load and initialize the operating system
bootable
{s} (Computers) may be started up; may be used for startup
bootable
An image can be either bootable or nonbootable A bootable image is one that contains the startup code that the IPL can transfer control to
booted
Having an undivided, horny, bootlike covering; said of the tarsus of some birds
booted
past of boot
booted
wearing boots
booted
{s} wearing boots, having a certain type of boot (black booted, etc.)
booted
Wearing boots, especially boots with long tops, as for riding; as, a booted squire
booting
The process in which a device obtains information and begins to process it to attain a state of normal operation
booting
Starting up a computer via the power switch, which loads the system software into memory Restarting the computer via a keystroke combination is called rebooting or a warm boot
booting
bootup
booting
Technique for loading a program into a computer's memory in which the program's initial instructions direct the loading of the rest of the program Usually, a few manual instructions must be entered on a keyboard, or a switch implemented to initiate the process
booting
Booting is a process by which a computer starts and loads the operating system
booting
Loading a computer memory with information needed for it to operate Remote booting refers to loading software over the network
booting
starting the computer
booting
Booting is a process by which a computer starts and automatically loads the operating system
booting
The process by which the operating system is loaded into the memory when the computer is started or restarted
booting
Booting is the sequence of computer operations from power-up until the system is ready for use In Linux, this entails loading the kernel, which can be seen with the message "uncompressing linux " and which ends with the 'login: ' prompt
booting
The process of loading the operating system software into memory to start up a computer Also called starting (Terms, Gr 1)
booting
The process of loading an operating system into memory 8 12-13
booting
Loading an operating system or application program into computer memory and then transferring control to it for execution
booting
The process of reading disk blocks from the starting of the system disk (which contains the Operating System) and executing the code within the bootstrap This will read further information off the disk to bring the whole operating system online Device drivers are contained within the bootstrap code that support all the locally attached peripheral devices and if the computer is connected to a network, the operating system will transfer to the Network Operating system for the "client" to log onto a server
booting
Advantage; gain; gain by plunder; booty
booting
Loading the non-ROM part of the operating system into memory
booting
Starting a computer by switching it on, as opposed to rebooting, which is done after it is already on
booting
Automatic execution of a set of instructions usually held in ROM when a computer is switched on Booting ends when the operating system is loaded
booting
Starting up a computer, which loads the system software into memory (The idea is that the computer is "pulling itself up by its own bootstraps ") Restarting the computer is called rebooting or a warm boot
booting
Loading a computer's memory with the necessary information so it can function A "cold boot" occurs when a computer's power is turned on, and there is nothing in memory
booting
A computer's automatic start-up routine when it is switched on or reset; the boot program is normally stored on ROM and is responsible for loading the operating system; derived from the saying "picking the system up by its boot-straps"
booting
The process and functions that a computer goes through when it first starts up, ending in the proper loading of the Operating System and preparing it to receive commands
booting
present participle of boot
booting
The process of loading the operating system software into memory to start up a computer Also called starting
booting
{i} startup, act of turning on a computer (Computers)
booting
See Boot, n
booting
A kind of torture
booting
Turning on your computer
booting
A kicking, as with a booted foot
booting
Everything that happens between the time the computer is switched on and it is ready to accept commands/input from the user is known as booting
bootless
Unavailing; unprofitable; useless; without advantage or success
bootless
profitless; pointless
bootless
unproductive of success; "a fruitless search"; "futile years after her artistic peak"; "a sleeveless errand"; "a vain attempt
bootless
{s} unnecessary, useless, unprofitable
bootless
without boots
boots
(Otomotiv) The protective rubber cover of ball joints and constant velocity (CV) joints that holds grease. It also refers to the rubber or plastic covers located at either end of a spark-plug cable to insulate the connections between the cable ends and the spark plug and distributor terminals
boots
There is only one kind for this region and they are of course, cowboy boots Not to be confused with stylish side zipper boots Classic cowboy boots are the sure winner when you don’t know what to wear as they are acceptable everywhere
boots
Hard or soft, boots keep feet warm and dry They also work to transmit energy to your board Wear boots that fit well
boots
Also called bellows, these are the protective rubber (synthetic or natural) or hard plastic (usually Hytrel) covers that surround CV joints The boot's job is to keep grease in and dirt and water out Split, torn or otherwise damaged boots should be replaced immediately Old boots should never be reused when servicing a joint Always install new boots
boots
Inflatable device on leading edge of wings and tail Used to remove ice
boots
The European term for soccer shoes
boots
{i} shoe which reaches to mid-calf or knee; hotel attendant; trunk of a car
boots
Soccer cleats
boots
The protective rubber cover of ball joints and constant velocity (CV) joints that holds grease It also refers to the rubber or plastic covers located at either end of a spark-plug cable to insulate the connections between the cable ends and the spark plug and distributor terminals
boots
No, not what you you wear on your feet (that is, if you wear boots on your feet anyway) Getting booted is what happens when you are chatting merrily along, and all of a sudden, for a variety of reasons, none of which anyone can seem to explain, everything suddenly goes haywire and you find yourself losing your chatting room Chatters who have never been booted are of a very rare breed - they are also liars
boots
third person singular of boot
boots
Plural of boot
boots
A servant at a hotel or elsewhere, who cleans and blacks the boots and shoes
car boot sale
(British) garage sale, informal sale of personal possessions usually held on one's premises; informal estate sale
car boot sale
an outdoor sale at which people sell things from the trunk of their car
car boot sale
A car boot sale is a sale where people sell things they own and do not want from a little stall or from the back of their car. an outdoor sale where people sell things from the back of their cars
clean boot
startup of a computer without loading programs into the memory
cold boot
computer is shut down completely, hard disk stops spinning, several seconds elapse at least before a restart is attempted
cold boot
Starting or restarting a computer by resetting or turning on the power supply
cold boot
Starting the computer by turning on the power or pressing the RESET button A cold boot makes the processor execute all of the diagnostics See boot and warm boot
cold boot
startup from a computer which was previously turned off
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    /ˈbo͞ot/ /ˈbuːt/

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    [ 'büt ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English boote, bote (“shoe”), from Old French bote (“a high, thick shoe”). Of obscure origin, but probably related to Old French bot (“club-foot”), Old French bot (“fat, short, blunt”), of Germanic origin, probably from Old Norse buttr (“short, blunt”), from Proto-Germanic *buttaz, *butaz (“cut off, short, numb, blunt”), from Proto-Indo-European *bhud-, *bhAud-, *bheid- (“to strike, push, shock”). Compare Norwegian butt (“stump”), Low Saxon butt (“blunt, plump”), Old English bytt (“small piece of land”), Old English buttuc (“end”). More at buttock.

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