boundaries

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sınırlar

Hayatı ölümden ayıran sınırlar azami karanlık ve belirsizdir. Birinin nerede biteceğini ve diğerinin nerede başlayacağını kim söyleyecek? - The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?

Pilot bulutların üstünde sınırları olmayan bir özgürlük hissetti. - Above the clouds, the pilot felt a freedom without boundaries.

hudut
(Ticaret) ülke sınırlan
boundary
sınır

Ren, Fransa ve Almanya arasındaki sınırdır. - The Rhine is the boundary between France and Germany.

Bu nehir, iki il arasındaki sınırı oluşturur. - This river forms the boundary between the two prefectures.

boundaries of settlement
(İnşaat) imar sınırı
boundary
hudut
boundary
limit
boundary
(Havacılık) sinir
boundary
(Askeri) ara hattı
boundary
(Kimya) çeper
boundary
(Denizbilim) son
cut across all boundaries
sınır tanımamak
watch your boundaries
Haddini bil!

Watch your boundaries!.

boundary
(Askeri) SINIR, HUDUT, ARA HATTI: Taarruz ve savunma bölgeleriyle taktik ve idari bölgelerin derinlik ve genişlikleri sınırlandırmakta kullanılır
boundary
(Askeri) (DE JURE) SINIR (MEŞRU): Mevcudiyeti ve meşruiyeti tanınmış bir uluslararası veya idari sınır
boundary
(Askeri) (DE FACTO) SINIR (FİİLİ): Mevcudiyeti ve meşruiyeti tanınmayan ancak ayrı ulusal ve bölgesel yönetim makamları arasında pratik bir bölünme sağlayan bir uluslararası veya idari sınır
boundary
{i} had
column boundaries
Sütun Sınırları
hide boundaries
Sınırları gizle
lateral boundaries
(Askeri) ara hatları
national boundaries
ulusal sınırlar
rear boundaries
(Askeri) geri hudutlar
regional boundaries
(Askeri) BÖLGE SINIRLARI: Dünyanın coğrafi bilgilerini geniş ölçüde planlama maksatlarıyla ayıran hatlar
show boundaries
Sınırları göster
text boundaries
Metinin Çevresi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The areas that receive protection under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act Boundaries include an average of not more than 320 acres of land per mile, measured from the ordinary high-water mark on both sides of the river
The perimeters or limits of a parcel of land as fixed by legal description which is usually a metes and bounds description
Lines indicating the limits of countries, states, or other political jurisdictions, or different air masses
These are the areas around a property which identify the start and end of the land and ownership
plural of boundary
Lines indicating the limits of countries, states, or other political jurisdictions On maps, boundaries are shown as straight lines, dotted lines, or going through mountains or water
A limit, a bound, anything marking a limit
lines delineating the geographic extent or area of a historic property
-The boundary between soil horizons defines the nature of the change from one horizon to that below It is specified by two terms-one a measure of the width of the transition zone between the two horizons, the other a description of its shape
City Boundaries, Federal Actions, Political Boundaries
Definition: Limits that individuals set on behavior that they will and will not allow in their lives and/or homes Setting boundaries means that taking responsibility, being adult and demanding equality and respect in relationships
Boundaries define the top/bottom/left/right margins of a publication
Lines indicating the limits of countries, states, or other political jurisdictions
boundaries of the Sabbath
area or distance which a Jew may travel on the Sabbath without violating Jewish law, area with a radius of 2, 000 cubits
boundary
An event whereby the ball is struck and either touches or passes over a boundary (with or without bouncing), usually resulting in an award of 4 (a four) or 6 (a six) runs respectively for the batting team
boundary
An edge or line marking an edge of the playing field
boundary
the set of points in the closure of a set S, not belonging to the interior of that set
boundary
The dividing line or location between two areas
plate boundaries
plural form of plate boundary
boundary
{i} limit, border
boundary
the greatest possible degree of something; "what he did was beyond the bounds of acceptable behavior"; "to the limit of his ability"
boundary
That which indicates or fixes a limit or extent, or marks a bound, as of a territory; a bounding or separating line; a real or imaginary limit
boundary
A score of 4 or 6 runs, occasioned by the ball being hit across the boundary (with or without bouncing)
boundary
A line indicating the limit of a country, state, or other political jurisdiction
boundary
The dividing line between two adjacent properties
boundary
A boundary is the limit of a predefined and established area whose limit is determined by one or more Lines, e g County area boundary and reservoir boundary
boundary
The lower or upper extent of the range of a dimension, expressed by a numeric value The line representing the outline of a polygon Cartesian coordinate system A coordinate system in which the location of a point in n-dimensional space is defined by distances from the point to the reference plane Distances are measured parallel to the planes intersecting a given reference plane
boundary
a line that delineates surface areas for the purpose of facilitating coordination and deconfliction of operations between adjacent units, formations, or areas (JP 0-2)
boundary
either the physical objects marking the limits of a property or an imaginary line or surface marking the division between two legal estates Also used to describe the division between features with different administrative, legal, land-use, topographic, etc , characteristics Back to top
boundary
something that marks a limit; border
boundary
the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something a line determining the limits of an area
boundary
Edge or limit of a property See "property line"
boundary
A line separating adjoining properties
boundary
the edge between different habitat types If distinctive, a boundary can be considered a separate edge habitat or ecotone Boundaries that are readily crossed by an organism are called permeable, those that are crossed reluctantly are called semipermeable, and those that are not crossed are called impermeable (Dunning et al 1992: 173)
boundary
The boundaries of something such as a subject or activity are the limits that people think that it has. The boundaries between history and storytelling are always being blurred and muddled. extending the boundaries of press freedom
boundary
In Systems Theory, the defining characteristics which separate a system from its external environ-ment or which separate one subsystem from another (See also Domain )
boundary
the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
boundary
This is a spell Target Spells with a Boundary target can affect everything inside any well defined Boundary (e g the edge of a forest is a boundary; hence affecting everything within that forest)
boundary
same as property line
boundary
A line, which may or may not follow a visible feature, that defines the limits of a geographic area such as a block, census tract, county, or place
boundary
The conceptual limits of a system, penetrated by outputs and inputs but not by feedback loops
boundary
(Spatial User's Guide and Reference; search in this book)
boundary
the border of a region The above box has one boundary that runs along all four sides
boundary
Indicates a border or limit Typically designates the extents of contiguous areas such as school, water, sewer and flood control districts, community planning areas, zoning designations, soil conditions, geologic formations, parcels and easements
boundary
The boundary of an area of land is an imaginary line that separates it from other areas. the Bow Brook which forms the western boundary of the wood Drug traffickers operate across national boundaries. = border, frontier
boundary
a line determining the limits of an area
boundary
In thermodynamics, the boundary separates the system from its surroundings
boundary
The line that marks the inside and outside of a system and that sets off the system from its environment (2)
boundary
The border around a market area that is being studied
boundary
the perimeter or border of a parcel of land; the dividing line between one piece of property and another
boundary
Edge or limit of a property
boundary
a neighborhood analysis technique that is used to detect boundaries between thematic classes
boundary
Specifically, the dividing line between political states In general, the division or dividing line between discrete entities E g , division between geological features, social areas, climatic zones, etc
boundaries

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