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İngilizce - Türkçe
ilikli
button
tuş

Tom tuşa bastı ama hiçbir şey olmadı. - Tom pushed the button, but nothing happened.

Asansörü çağırmak için tuşa bas. - To call the elevator, push the button.

button
{i} düğme

Tüm yapmanız gereken düğmeye basmaktır. - All you have to do is press the button.

Gömleğime bir düğme diker misin? - Would you sew a button on my shirt?

buttoned up
ağzı var dili yok
buttoned down
düğmeli aşağı
buttoned up
fazla konuşmayan
buttoned up
başarıyla tamamlanmış
buttoned up
sesi çıkmayan
button
{i} tomurcuk
be buttoned up
düğmelenmek
button
sır vermemek
button
tuşlar

Tom tuşlardan birine bastı. - Tom pressed one of the buttons.

Lütfen bu tuşlardan herhangi birine basmayın. - Please don't push any of these buttons.

button
kontrol düğmesi
button
{f} düğmelemek
button
düğmeler

Lütfen bu düğmeleri dik. - Please sew these buttons on.

Cekette düğmeler var. - There are buttons on the coat.

button
düğmelenmek
button
(up ile) düğmelemek
button
çıngı düğmesi
button
rozet

Tom, Kızılhaç rozeti takıyor. - Tom is wearing a Red Cross button.

button
{i} buton

Bir bilet almak için sadece butona basmalısın. - You have only to push the button to get a ticket.

Siz sadece butona basmalısınız. - You have only to push the button.

button
düğmesi
button
sayı
button
{i} puan
button
{f} (up) iliklemek, düğmelemek; iliklenmek, düğmelenmek: Button your shirt! Gömleğini ilikle!
button
düğme dikmek veya koymak
button
düğme, üzerine fare ile tıklanınca çalışan nesne veya şekil
button
filiz
button
(fiil) düğmelemek
button
küçük mantar
button
buttonwood
button
ar Kızılderililerin uyuşturucu madde niyetine çiğnedikleri dikensiz bir nevi kaktüsün ku tepe kısmı
button
{i} elektrik düğmesi, düğme, buton
İngilizce - İngilizce
with buttons fastened
Simple past tense and past participle of button
{s} fastened with buttons
furnished or closed with buttons or something buttonlike
buttoned up
Simple past tense and past participle of button up
buttoned up
If you say that someone is buttoned up, you mean that they do not usually talk about their thoughts and feelings. the buttoned-up wife of an English clergyman. = reserved
buttoned up
fastened by means of buttons, closed
buttoned-up
(British colloquial) not inclined to conversation
buttoned-up
conservative in professional manner; "employers are looking for buttoned-up types"
buttoned-up
someone who is buttoned-up is not able to express their feelings, especially sexual feelings
button
To fasten with a button
button
The player who is last to act after the flop, turn and river, who possesses the button
button
The center (bullseye) of the house
button
A mechanical device meant to be pressed with a finger in order to open or close an electric circuit or to activate a mechanism

Pat pushed the button marked shred on the blender.

button
An on-screen control that can be selected as an activator of an attached function

Click the button that looks like a house to return to your browser's home page.

button
A knob or disc that is passed through a loop or (buttonhole), serving as a fastener

April fastened the buttons of her overcoat to keep out the wind.

button
A plastic disk used to represent the person in last position in a poker game; also dealer's button
button
{v} to fasten with or by buttons, to dress
button
{n} a part of apparel, knob, bud, urchin
button
(Giyim) A lapel pin (also called button or badge) is a small pin often worn on the lapel of a dress jacket
button
any of various plant parts that resemble buttons
button
A white acrylic disk to indicate who is the (nominal) dealer Also used to refer to the player on the button Example: "Oh, the button raised "
button
an electrical switch operated by pressing a button; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
button
The BUTTON element allows for the creation of richer form control widgets than the standard plain text used for BUTTON, RESET and SUBMIT fields available via the INPUT element
button
a female sexual organ homologous to the penis
button
A raised (usually square or rectangular) screen object which causes the program to perform some action when pushed, or selected with the mouse In most instances, the button is labeled with the action to be performed
button
The player who is last to act, who possesses the button
button
{i} switch, push-button; young mushroom
button
A globule of metal remaining on an assay cupel or in a crucible, after fusion
button
A chronic skin affection terminating in an ulcer, most commonly of the face
button
A knob; a small ball; a small, roundish mass
button
A collective term for the various controls whose on-screen appearance typically simulates a push button or a radio button The user clicks buttons to specify commands or set options See also checkbox, command button, radio button, toggle button, toolbar button
button
a round fastener sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes
button
A plastic disc that says "button" on it, used to determine where the action is, the button is always the last one to act in a board game Also known as the dealer button
button
Small graphic usually labelled with text to indicate its function Buttons may be used to initiate or conclude a process Small graphics that act as hyperlinks are also called buttons
button
Text link displayed at the bottom of the screen with an action activated by pressing an associated key on the keypad of the WAP device
button
a round fastener sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes any of various plant parts that resemble buttons fasten with buttons; "button the dress"
button
A collar on the shaft of the oar that keeps it from slipping through the oarlock It can be adjusted up or down to increase or decrease the rower's leverage
button
It is endemic along the Mediterranean, and is probably due to a specific bacillus
button
provide with buttons; "button a shirt
button
If you button a shirt, coat, or other piece of clothing, you fasten it by pushing its buttons through the buttonholes. Ferguson stood up and buttoned his coat. Button up means the same as button. I buttoned up my coat; it was chilly The young man slipped on the shirt and buttoned it up It was freezing out there even in his buttoned-up overcoat
button
In hypermedia programs, as object or feature used to create links between different cards, to initiate other actions, or to reproduce sound For example, a button can be created to send a message to a laserdisc player to run a video segment (WP, Gr 6)
button
A control that appears on the screen as a rounded rectangle with a title centered inside When the user clicks a button, the application performs the action described by the button's title Button actions are usually performed instantaneously Examples include completing operations defined by a dialog box and acknowledging an error message in an alert box
button
Buttons are small hard objects sewn on to shirts, coats, or other pieces of clothing. You fasten the clothing by pushing the buttons through holes called buttonholes. a coat with brass buttons
button
On a mouse, a button is a switch that you press with a finger In a window on your screen, a button is a labeled rectangle that you click using the cursor and mouse
button
button on the mouse: The small mechanism that you push to click or hold to control your cursor on the screen
button
A bud
button
In computer software, an on-screen control that can be selected as an activator of an attached function
button
A plastic disk used to represent the person in last position in a poker game; also dealers button
button
To be fastened by a button or buttons; as, the coat will not button
button
fasten with buttons; "button the dress"
button
A badge worn on clothes, fixed with a pin through the fabric
button
A button is activated when you place the arrow on it and click the mouse Back button - Takes you to the previous Web page within a sequence of Web pages you have visited Home button - On a Web page, this takes you to the home page of the Web site In a Web browser application it takes you to a start up home page you have preset Forward button - Takes you to the next Web page within a sequence of pages you have visited Stop button - Halts a Web page from loading
button
A piece of wood or metal, usually flat and elongated, turning on a nail or screw, to fasten something, as a door
button
An interactive online advertisement in the form of a small graphic image that typically resides in the margin of a webpage Buttons are typically 88 x 31 pixels The same button is often recurring for every page view on a particular site Affiliate programs and sponsorships often use buttons to drive traffic
button
Button is the term used to reflect an Internet advertisement smaller than the traditional banner Buttons are square in shape and usually located down the left or right side of the site
button
While some authors generally use the term to signify any link marker, a button in the context of this dissertation denotates an active element in hypertext documents that looks and behaves like a real-world pushbutton In other words, a button pretends tactile responsiveness and it can be activated by pressing it down
button
A fastener that holds clothing together Some brothers believe that all buttons are meant by divine providence to be fastened and even get indignant when they see one that is not, particularly on the coat of a brother who is on the {platform} In {Kingdom Ministry School} the instructor told us that in the military they have a saying: If you've got a button, button it Then, after pausing, he added: ``Jehovah's organization is not the military!''
button
A selectable Hyperbole construct which performs an action A button consists of a set of attributes that includes: a textual label, a category, a type and zero or more arguments Explicit buttons also have creator, create time, last modifier, and last modifier time attributes Buttons provide the user's gateway to information The user sees and interacts with button labels, the rest of the button data is managed invisibly by Hyperbole and displayed only in response to user queries
button
The soft circular tip at the end of a foil
button
A button is a region of the screen you can click on to perform a function, or answer a question with The picture or text on the button should be self-explanatory
button
To dress or clothe
button
provide with buttons; "button a shirt"
button
A bud; a germ of a plant
button
A marketing term meaning the specific wording and/or images used in advertising and promotion to get the public's agreement to hear the message In a survey, you question people to get their opinion on something - an idea, a product, an aspect of life, or any other subject A button is the primary datum you get from this action It is the answer given the most number of times to your survey question
button
A button is a small piece of metal or plastic which you wear in order to show that you support a particular movement, organization, or person. You fasten a button to your clothes with a pin. Small disk or knob used as a fastener or ornament. It usually has holes or a shank through which it is sewn to one side of a garment. It is used to fasten or close the garment when it is passed through a loop or hole in the other side. The ancient Greeks fastened their tunics with buttons and loops. In medieval Europe, garments were laced or fastened together with brooches or clasps until the buttonhole was reinvented in the 13th century. Throughout history, buttons have been made in a range of sizes and materials, some elaborated into miniature works of art
button
A small graphic object that performs an action when tapped See also Picture Button and Text Button Source: NUIG
button
A decoy in an auction- room; so called because he buttons or ties the unwary to bargains offered for sale The button fastens or fixes what else would slip away The button of the cap The tip-top Thus, in Hamlet, Guildenstern says: “On fortune's cap we are not the very button” (act ii sc 2), i e the most highly favoured The button on the cap was a mark of honour Thus, in China to the present hour, the first grade of literary honour is the privilege of adding a gold button to the cap, a custom adopted in several collegiate schools of England This gives the expression quoted a further force Also, the several grades of mandarins are distinguished by a different coloured button on the top of their cap Button (of a foil) The piece of cork fixed to the end of a foil to protect the point and prevent injury in fencing
button
The clitoris
button
{f} fasten with buttons; be fastened with buttons
button
A knob or disc that is passed through a slit (buttonhole) in the adjacent material, serving as a fastener
button
Called also Aleppo ulcer, Biskara boil, Delhi boil, Oriental sore, etc
button
A catch, of various forms and materials, used to fasten together the different parts of dress, by being attached to one part, and passing through a slit, called a buttonhole, in the other; used also for ornament
button
a graphical representation of a button on the screen which can be pressed by selecting it from the keyboard or clicking on it using a mouse
button
To fasten with a button or buttons; to inclose or make secure with buttons; often followed by up
button
A button on a mouse pointing device; mouse buttons can be mapped to the keyboard A graphical component on a window frame or in a DialogBox that works by pressing it
button
A button is a small object on a machine or electrical device that you press in order to operate it. He reached for the remote control and pressed the `play' button
button
A marker, usually disk-shaped, to indicate which player is the virtual dealer The button is used in games where position relative to the dealer is important
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