browse

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} gözden geçirmek (kitap)
{f} through -i şöyle bir okumak/karıştırmak, -e göz gezdirmek
karıştırmak
(Bilgisayar) gözatma
göz gezdirmek

İnternette göz gezdirmek için Yahoo kullanırım. - I use Yahoo to browse the internet.

gözle taramak
öylesine bakmak
(Bilgisayar) gözat
(Bilgisayar) gözatmak
otlanmak
kitap karıştırmak
otlamak
göz at

Tom, web'e göz atmak için Safari'yi kullanır. - Tom uses Safari to browse the web.

Tom, internete göz atmak için İnternet Explorer kullanıyor. - Tom uses Internet Explorer to browse the web.

göz at,v.göz at: n.göz atma
gözden geçirmek
fidanların ve ağaçların taze sürgünleri veya dalları
göz atmak

Tom, internete göz atmak için İnternet Explorer kullanıyor. - Tom uses Internet Explorer to browse the web.

Tom, web'e göz atmak için Safari'yi kullanır. - Tom uses Safari to browse the web.

araştırmayla geçen zaman
{f} yaprak yemek
otla/karıştır
atlamak
(kitap) gözden geçirmek
(Bilgisayar) göz atma
(Politika, Siyaset) tarama
browse around
gezmek
browse file
(Bilgisayar) dosyaya gözat
browse files
(Bilgisayar) dosyalara gözat
browse folders
(Bilgisayar) klasörlere gözat
browse for
(Bilgisayar) için gözat
browse from
(Bilgisayar) gözat
browse item
(Bilgisayar) öğeye gözat
browse pictures
(Bilgisayar) resimlere gözat
browse the web
(Bilgisayar) web'e gözat
browse the web
web'e göz at
browse through
göz gezdirmek
browse to
(Bilgisayar) gözat
browse content
içeriğine göz atmak
browse around
dolaşmak
browse better
(Bilgisayar) daha iyi gözat
browse better
(Bilgisayar) daha iyi gözatma
browse by edits
(Bilgisayar) düzenlemeler'e göre gözat
browse by edits
(Bilgisayar) düzenlemelere göre gözat
browse by field
(Bilgisayar) alan'a göre gözat
browse by field
(Bilgisayar) alana göre gözat
browse by ip
(Bilgisayar) ip numarasına göre gözat
browse by page
(Bilgisayar) sayfaya göre gözat
browse by page
(Bilgisayar) sayfa'ya göre gözat
browse by table
(Bilgisayar) tablo'ya göre gözat
browse by table
(Bilgisayar) tabloya göre gözat
browse clusters
(Bilgisayar) kümelere gözat
browse cover page
(Bilgisayar) kapak sayfasına gözat
browse error
(Bilgisayar) gözatma hatası
browse for computer
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarlara gözat
browse for folder
(Bilgisayar) klasöre gözat
browse for icon
(Bilgisayar) simge için gözat
browse for printer
(Bilgisayar) yazıcılara gözat
browse for sound files
(Bilgisayar) ses dosyaları için gözat
browse master
(Bilgisayar) gözatma yöneticisi
browse network
(Bilgisayar) ağa gözat
browse the network
ağa göz at
browse this cd
(Bilgisayar) bu cd'ye gözat
browse this cd
(Bilgisayar) cd'ye gözat
browse this web
(Bilgisayar) bu web'e gözat
browse up or down
yukarı veya aşağı göz at
browse view
(Bilgisayar) tarayıcı görünümü
browse view
(Bilgisayar) görünüme gözat
browse view
(Bilgisayar) gözatma görünümü
browse windows printers
(Bilgisayar) windows yazıcılarına gözat
browse www
(Bilgisayar) www'e gözat
browser
{i} World Wide Web'de site ve sayfa incelemek için kullanılan programdır (bilgisayar)
browser
tarayıcı

Hangi tarayıcıyı kullanıyorsun? - Which browser are you using?

Hangi tarayıcıyı kullanıyorsun? - What browser are you using?

browsing
(Bilgisayar) tarama
browser
(Bilgisayar) inceleyici
browser
göz atıcı
browser
(Bilgisayar) gözatıcı
browser
(Bilgisayar) göz gezdirici
browsing
(Bilgisayar) gözatma
browsing
göz gezdirerek
browsing
göz atma
browser
listeleyici
browsing
{f} göz at
browsing
{i} gözden geçirme
Browse to
kasa
browser
araştırıcı
browses
göz
past of browse
kaş geçmiş
quick browse capacity
hızlı tarama kapasitesi
browser
{i} gözden geçiren kimse
browser
{i} internette gezen kimse
browser
web sayfalarını gösteren program
browsing
otlama
browsing
{i} karıştırma (kitap)
folder browse
(Bilgisayar) klasöre gözat
may i browse
kitaplara göz atabilir miyim
İngilizce - İngilizce
The shrub and tree parts eaten by browsing animals

In the Panhandle Area, bison eat browse that includes mesquite and elm.

To scan, to casually look through in order to find items of interest, especially without knowledge of what to look for beforehand
To successively load hyperlinked documents on a computer, usually with a browser
To move about while eating parts of plants, especially plants other than pasture, such as shrubs or trees
To move about while sampling, such as with food or products on display
{v} to feed upon or east browse, to feed
{n} the young sprouts of trees, underwood
In Windows To look through files and directories Some dialog boxes have a Browse button, which opens another dialog box that lists files and directories so that you can easily select the file you want
To look through a library catalog, library collection, bibliography, or other list of resources in a general, rather than a systematic, search for titles of interest To facilitate browsing, books on the same subject are assigned similar call numbers, which groups them together on the shelf In information retrieval, a search directed by the user in a dynamic but casual way A clearly formulated query may serve as the initial means of entry into an index or other finding tool, but the search which began systematically subsequently gives way to an exploratory approach Printed indexes are more browser-friendly than electronic databases because they allow the user to easily scan a continuous sequence of headings and entries, especially those that precede and follow the initial point of access to the list
To move through a database, examining its records and fields
(n) Leaf and twig growth of shrubs, woody vines, trees, cacti, and other non-herbaceous vegetation available for animal consumption (v) To browse The consumption of browse in situ by animals (see also Forage; Graze)
When animals browse, they feed on plants. the three red deer stags browsing 50 yards from my lodge on the fringes of the forest
To expand and collapse the folder tree to find a particular file or folder
Look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web" Source: Hyperdictionary
In hypertext theory (and practice), browsing is often used as a synonym for navigation In a narrower sense, browsing means an intuitive and exploratory way to encounter information in a hypertext, analogous to leafing through books or strolling through a city
{f} graze, pasture; leaf through a book, peruse a book; wander and look at one's leisure; (Computers) look over and explore searching for particular files or information on the World Wide Web, view data, surf the Internet
The tender branches or twigs of trees and shrubs, fit for the food of cattle and other animals; green food
To browse is to examine pages on the World Wide Web using a software application such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer
To casually explore the Internet See also: Internet, online, Web site, World Wide Web, browser
shop around; not necessarily buying; "I don't need help, I'm just browsing"
To feed on the tender branches or shoots of shrubs or trees, as do cattle, sheep, and deer
shrubs, trees and herbs that provide food for wildlife
said of cattle, sheep, deer, and some other animals
(1)That part of the current leaf and twig growth of potentially palatable shrubs, woody vines, and trees available for animal consumption It includes leaves Bark of some trees is included Fallen leaves of some species are eaten and represent an undecided element of the definition (2)The acts of consuming such growth
eat lightly, try different dishes; "There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing"
To examine and search through files, directories, the Internet etc
feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
If you browse in a shop, you look at things in a fairly casual way, in the hope that you might find something you like. I stopped in several bookstores to browse I'm just browsing around. Browse is also a noun. a browse around the shops
To browse the shelves of a library is to look at items and see what appears useful or interesting, as opposed to searching systematically using the online catalog
To visit Web sites, in plain terms, to view Web pages in the Internet Often called 'surfing' browse - Often you start at a search engine like Yahoo, AltaVista, Excite or Netscape You follow links, hopping from one page to another, and one site to another Incidentally, the Internet technically is the network of computers, whereas the World Wide Web (The Web) is the collection of Web pages and other documents on those computers
To follow links in a page to scan through the list of journals, journal issues, and articles
{i} act of grazing; food eaten while grazing; perusal, superficial glance
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web
If you browse on a computer, you search for information in computer files or on the Internet, especially on the World Wide Web. Try browsing around in the network bulletin boards
Twigs, leaves and young shoots of trees and shrubs that animals eat Browse is often used to refer to the shrubs eaten by big game, such as elk and deer
To eat or nibble off, as the tender branches of trees, shrubs, etc
a search for content on the Web; see also browser Naviger
the act of feeding by continual nibbling
To follow links in a page, to shop around in a page, exploring what's there, a bit like window shopping The opposite of browsing a page is searching it When you search a page, you find a search box, enter terms, and find all occurrences of the terms throughout the site When you browse, you have to guess which words on the page pertain to your interests Searching is usually more efficient, but sometimes you find things by browsing that you might not find because you might not think of the "right" term to search by
(v ) To view the contents of a database or list of files without editing the information
Use the Browse feature to look through a document using its elements For instance, you could look for specific text, the next or previous table, a specific page, the next or previous heading, or the next or previous footnote
To navigate among categories and their subcategories to pinpoint the resources you want to search for
To pasture; to feed; to nibble
the act of feeding by continual nibbling reading superficially or at random eat lightly, try different dishes; "There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing"
Small bushes, shrubs, trees and herbs that provide food for wildlife
Buds, shoots and leaves of woody plants that serves as food for wildlife, or the eating of same by wildlife
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web"
reading superficially or at random
To feed on, as pasture; to pasture on; to graze
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If you browse through a book or magazine, you look through it in a fairly casual way. sitting on the sofa browsing through the TV pages of the paper
browser
A person using a browser in the sense of 3
browser
A person who, while shopping, purchases nothing
Browsing
brutting
To browse
brut
browsed
past of browse
browser
a program used to view HTML documents
browser
software used to explore or navigate; when called a web browser it is used to explore the internet; popular web browser examples: Netscape Navigator [tm] and Internet Explorer[tm]; others also exist such as Opera [tm]; they can be stand alone such as the products named or incorporated into other software; a browser is sometimes called client-side software as the user is considered a client of the entity that is serving the client with a server computer running server-side software; web browsers with a particular encryption capability call Secure Socket Layer (SSL) are sometimes called SSL browsers
browser
A browser is someone who browses in a shop. a casual browser. a computer program that finds information on the Internet and shows it on your computer screen. Software that allows a computer user to find and view information on the Internet. The first text-based browser for the World Wide Web became available in 1991; Web use expanded rapidly after the release in 1993 of a browser called Mosaic, which used "point-and-click" graphical manipulations. Such Web browsers interpret the HTML tags in downloaded documents and format the displayed data according to a set of standard style rules. Netscape Navigator became the dominant Web browser soon after its release in 1994; Microsoft's Internet Explorer was introduced a year later and has become widespread
browser
An application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer are the two browsers that vast majority uses
browser
A program that allows users to access documents on the World Wide Web (WWW) Browsers can be either text or graphic They read HTML coded pages that reside on a server and interpret the coding into what we see as Web pages Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are examples of Web browsers
browser
Software which lets you view material designed for the World Wide Web Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator are the most commonly used Web browsers A browser usually displays documents created in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the language used for creating Web pages
browser
A program that allows a user to find, view, hear, and interact with material on the World Wide Web Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are examples of popular browsers
browser
A browser is a piece of computer software that you use to search for information on the Internet, especially on the World Wide Web
browser
A form of software used for viewing pages on the WWW Mosaic was the first widely available browser Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are the two most widely used browsers (both available as freeware to individual users), though there are others As well as permitting you to view web pages, browser software comes with Usenet and e-mail facilities, making them useful ways of utilising these three aspects of the internet Browsers can be made more flexible by the addition of plug-ins
browser
A Client program (software) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator are two of the most popular Internet/WWW browsers
browser
Generic term for a type of software used to read and display HTML files and Web pages Also called a Web Browser Used to navigate the World Wide Web, and private Web sites Common Browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator
browser
Software that allows you to "surf" the Internet Netscape, Mosaic, and Internet Explorer are examples of Web browsers A browser provides an easy-to-use interface for accessing the information on the World Wide Web
browser
A Client program (software) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources See also: Client, Server, URL, WWW
browser
A type of program used for "surfing the web", i e viewing the documents served by web sites on the Internet Most browsers can display graphics as well as text, and have programming features By far the most widely-used browser today is Microsoft's Internet Explorer
browser
A software program used to display web pages Internet Explorer and Netscape are the two most common browsers
browser
Software used to access the World Wide Web For example, Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer
browser
A program for reading hypertext Browser permit viewing the contents of documents and support navigating among documents The most popular World Wide Web browsers (1996) are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft's Internet Explorer
browser
An animal that browses
browser
Software on the client computer that requests information from servers and displays it to the user Popular browsers include Netscape and Internet Explorer
browser
Client software that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources Examples include Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Netscape's Navigator See Also: Client , URL , WWW , Netscape , Mosaic , Home Page (or Homepage)
browser
A software application such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Communicator that allows users to view, navigate and download documents over the Web
browser
{i} program used for viewing sites on the World Wide Web (Computers); one who leafs through, one who browses
browser
A software component capable of rendering HTML pages and allowing for navigation of HTML links, for example on the Internet
browser
An application used to access the World Wide Web (which you're using right now) Browsers can also be text-based, but most include text and graphics The two most popular browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator Browsers allow users to view sites by interpreting HTML code and rendering the code as a page like this Back to Top
browser
A program used to access World Wide Web pages Examples: Netscape or Internet Explorer
browser
A Client program (software) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources See Also: Client, URL, WWW, Netscape, Mosaic, Home Page (or Homepage)
browser
A Web browser An application used to look at pages on the internet Examples include MS Internet Explorer, Netscape Naviagtor
browser
Generally refers to software used to access the Internet and read its information Netscape was the most popular Internet browser for many years, but Microsoft's Internet Explorer now has a slight lead Mosaic was the first good browser, but is now obsolete In essence, browsers read HTML files and convert the informaton to what you see on the screen Browsers can read HTML files and graphics, even when not connected to the Internet Just type the file specification of what you want to read in the URL box
browser
a program used to view HTML documents a viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular
browser
A person or animal who browses
browser
Client software that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources Examples include Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator
browser
A computer program that can interpret the HTML code of Web pages and render them so that a visitor can view and use them The most popular browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator Many blind and vision-impaired use text-based browsers like Lynx, which translates the code on Web pages into textual, rather than visual, elements Back to top
browser
A client software program used for searching and viewing various kinds of Internet resources such as information on a web site The most popular Internet browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator See Also: Client, URL, WWW Go to top
browser
a viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular
browses
third-person singular of browse
browsing
The use of a browser to view information on the Internet
browsing
A method of feeding by herbivores, in which the leaves and peripheral shoots are removed from trees and shrubs
browsing
looking around, reading, viewing objects or information, sometimes with the help of some organization or tool (e g , a browser) --- often with no or only a vague objective, sometimes as in window-shopping
browsing
The act of looking through information by repeatedly scanning and selecting An Internet browsing service presents a list of menu items or a page of information After the user reads the information and selects an item, the service follows the reference and retrieves new information
browsing
A method of searching for information by moving from one information resource to another via logical hierarchies or links
browsing
The act of looking through the World Wide Web, or a Website, as you would do when walking through a shop
browsing
To look leisurely or randomly through a library collection, book, magazine or other publications Recently it also means scanning through Web pages for information
browsing
Hypertext browsing means viewing and navigating through documents by scrolling the screen display or activating hypertext links to display additional documents
browsing
finding material througout the Net
browsing
{i} reading of documents on the Internet, surfing the Net (Computers)
browsing
The process of clicking from one hyperlink to another on the World Wide Web You can browse indiscriminately, or you can do structured browsing, using a hierarchical subject list in a directory
browsing
Exploring a web site on the Internet
browsing
Searching either purposefully or aimlessly through directories, file contents, database information, or any other type of computer document or listing
browsing
the sequential display of Master file records in MFN order, i e in the order in which the records have been entered
browsing
Finding and viewing pages with a browser
browsing
reading superficially or at random
browsing
The process of creating and maintaining an up-to-date list of computers and resources on a network or part of a network by one or more designated computers running the Computer Browser service See Computer Browser service
browsing
  [The] act of searching through automated information system storage to locate or acquire information without necessarily knowing of the existence or the format of the information being sought [NIS]
browsing
Browse; also, a place abounding with shrubs where animals may browse
browsing
Exploration of a body of information, based on the organization of the collections or scanning lists, rather than by direct searching
browsing
A method of moving about the Web by selecting various hyperlinks On each page you select a new hyperlink that branches you to a new site [week 1]
browsing
To move through a multimedia program or through a list of files in no particular order You control which page you go to next and what you view
browsing
to read here and there in books or on the Internet
browsing
Browsing means looking through a computer system to locate files, folders, applications, or printers
browsing
The process of moving (navigating) from one page to another on the World Wide Web
browsing
the act of feeding by continual nibbling
browsing
Casually looking for information on the Internet, also known as SURFING the Internet
browsing
In the WWW browsing refers to a directory search In popular use, browsing, or surfing, is casually looking for information on the Internet
browsing
A term that refers to exploring an online area, usually on the World Wide Web
browse