cascade

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaskat, çoklu kat,ardarda
şelale çağlayan
kaskad
basamaklandırmak
ardışık
(Gıda) ardı ardına
art arda
(Bilgisayar) art arda sıralı
(Bilgisayar) basamaklama
basamaklı
küçük şelale
çağlamak
taşırmak
{f} basamakla
taşmak
çağlayan
salınma/çağlayan
{f} çağlayan gibi dökülmek
{i} şelale, çağlayan
çağlayan şeklinde dökülen herhangi bir şey
{i} şelâle
taş/taşır
kademeli
{i} kademeli dizi
şelale,v.basamakla: n.şelale
(fiil) çağlayan gibi dökülmek
basamaklı düzenleme
gorünüşü çağlayanı andıran havai fişek
{i} dalga dalga döküm
kaskat
cascade control
(Bilgisayar) ardarda denetim
cascade control
kaskad kontrol
cascade control
(Gıda) şelale denetimi
cascade control
ardışık kontrol
cascade deletes
(Bilgisayar) silinenleri basamakla
cascade down
(Bilgisayar) aşağı basamakla
cascade shower
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) ışın sağanağı
cascade up
(Bilgisayar) yukarı basamakla
cascade windows
(Bilgisayar) pencereleri basamakla
cascade amplifier
kaskat kuvvetlendirici
cascade amplifier
kaskat amplifikatör
cascade connection
kaskat bağlama
cascade control
kaskat kontrol
cascade converter
kaskatlı konversitör
cascade converter
kaskat konvertör
cascade particle
kaskat tanecik
cascade shower
kozmik ışın sağanağı
cascade converter
kaskatli konversitör
cascade method
kaskad yöntemi
cascade of
kademeli bir
cascade range
kaskad aralığı
cascade shower
kozmik işin sağanağı
cascade style sheets
kaskad stil sayfaları
cascade amplifier
kasket kuvvetlendirici
cascade catalog
(Bilgisayar) art arda sıralı katalog
cascade connection
kasket bağlama
cascade controller
ardışık kontrolörü
cascade controller
kaskad kontrolörü
cascade converter
kasketli konversitör
cascade delete related records
(Bilgisayar) ilgili kayıtları ardarda sil
cascade drop
kaskad düşü
cascade fall
kaskad düşü
cascade heat exchanger
kademeli ısı eşanjörü
cascade heater
kademeli ısıtıcısı
cascade image intensifier
(Askeri) AŞAMALI GÖRÜNTÜ YÜKSELTİCİ: İki veya daha fazla aşamayla yapılan görüntünün yoğunluğunu artırıcı kapasitedeki bir optik elektronik yükseltici
cascade invoice
(Bilgisayar) art arda sıralı faturası
cascade liquefier
kademeli sıvılaştırıcı
cascade processing
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) art arda işleme
cascade processing
kademeli işleme
cascade refund
(Bilgisayar) art arda sıralı iadesi
cascade separation
(Nükleer Bilimler) kademeli ayırma
cascade updates
(Bilgisayar) güncelleştirmeleri basamakla
cascading
basamaklama
ice cascade
buz çağlayanı
cascaded
basamakla(mak)
cascaded
basamakla
cytokine cascade
(Tıp) sitokin uyarımı
peptide cascade
(Tıp) peptid kaskad
İngilizce - İngilizce
A series of electrical (or other types of) components, the output of any one being connected to the input of the next; See also daisy chain
To arrange in a stepped series like a waterfall

No matter how you tile or cascade the windows, each window's Minimize, Maximize, and Restore buttons work as usual.

To vomit
A stream or sequence of a thing or things occurring as if falling like a cascade

The rise in serotonin levels sets off a cascade of chemical events — Richard M. Restak, The Secret Life of the Brain, Joseph Henry Press, 2001.

To fall as a waterfall or series of small waterfalls
A waterfall or series of small waterfalls

Now murm'ring soft, now roaring in cascade. -Cawper.

A sequence of absurd short messages posted to a newsgroup by different authors, each one responding to the most recent message and quoting the entire sequence to that point (with ever-increasing indentation)

Anyway. I didn't mean to say that everyone who posts URLs is bad and wrong and should lose their breathing privileges. Just that I was getting weary of look-at-this-link posts, sort of like some people get sick of cascades.

A pattern typically performed with an odd number of props, where each prop is caught by the opposite hand
To occur as a causal sequence
{v} to throw or cast up or out
{n} a waterfall, a jet or steep fall of water
{i} waterfall; waves, billows (of fabric or hair); (Internet) addition of quoted text to a follow-up message on the Internet
a succession of stages or operations or processes or units; "progressing in severity as though a cascade of genetic damage was occurring"; "separation of isotopes by a cascade of processes"
the most basic juggling pattern which applies to odd numbers of objects being juggled (3, 5, 7, etc ) The objects travel from one hand to the other, alternating left and right
If water cascades somewhere, it pours or flows downwards very fast and in large quantities. She hung on as the freezing, rushing water cascaded past her. to flow, fall, or hang down in large quantities
a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls arrange (open windows) on a computer desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bars visible rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
In Windows A way of arranging open windows on the desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bar of each window remaining visible
a fall of water arranged in a succession of stages, either informally over a rock formation or more formally over a series of steps; a rustic arch often projects above the cascade, especially if the water emerges from a hillside
A method of connecting two or more single control devices together so that the output of one is used as a setpoint in another
A way of arranging open windows on the desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bar of each window remaining visible
a sudden downpour (as of tears or sparks etc) likened to a rain shower; "a little shower of rose petals"; "a sudden cascade of sparks"
A short, steep drop in streambed elevation often marked by boulders and agitated white water
To connect a multiple-port device to another identical device, thus increasing the number of ports available A typical example would be to cascade ethernet hubs
To fall in a cascade
Stacked views in numerical order, with the lowest numbered view entirely visible and the title bars of all other views visible
In the Data Warehouse Center, to run a sequence of events When a step cascades to another step, the steps run sequentially or concurrently A step can also cascade to a program, which runs after the step finishes running
A series of microwave amplifier stages connected in sequence (sometimes including limiters, attenuators or other elements) to produce the desired gain, power output and other performance characteristics
a way of arranging open windows on your screen so that they overlap on each other
If you refer to a cascade of something, you mean that there is a large amount of it. The women have lustrous cascades of black hair
A way arranging open windows on the desktop so that they overlap but still show each window's title bar
An arrangement of Windows so each window is neatly stacked with only the title bar of each window is showing
A method of connecting circuits in series so that the output of one is the input of the next
A sequence of successive activation reactions
Early, moderately hardy blue French-American hybrid grape unfortunately attractive to birds Used to produce a light red wine with low body acidity Because of vulnerability to soil borne virus diseases it is low on the recommendation list for wine grapes
Connecting two or more Fibre Channel hubs or switches to increase port capacity or distance Seven levels of cascading is the limit for Brocade switches SilkWorm 1000 switches can have up to 32 in a SAN; SilkWorm 2000 switches and above can have up to 239
Cooperative analysis of short, but critical, passages of text or graphics
A connected series of enrichment machines, material from one being passed to another for further enrichment
arrange (open windows) on a computer desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bars visible
To set and interconnect two mixers so that the stereo mixing buss(es) of the first mixer feeds the stereo buss(es) of a second mixer
A fall of water over a precipice, as in a river or brook; a waterfall less than a cataract
a molecular, biochemical, or physiological process occurring in a succession of stages each of which is closely related to or depends on the output of the previous stage <a ~ of enzymatic reactions> <the ~ of events comprising the immune response>
The point where two lines join together so they run smoothly into one Cascading the suspension lines results in reduced bulk and drag
In Usenet, what is a cascade?
A series of electrical components, the output of any one being connected to the input of the next; See also daisy chain
{f} fall, pour out, flow (as in a waterfall)
a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls
To arrange all the windows so that they are neatly stacked; only the title bars show behind the active window
A series of moulds arranged like stairs into which the molten gold and silver are poured
rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
Cascade concrete
Wet, heavy and often sticky snow. Cascade concrete gets its name because it is characteristic of the Cascades of the Northwestern United States, in particular the lower-elevation regions of Washington State, such as Snoqualmie Pass. Cascade concrete makes skiing and snowboarding difficult, and requires much more strength to handle than the fluffy stuff of, say, Colorado
cascade storage system
A cascade (storage) system is a high pressure gas cylinder system which is used for the refilling of smaller compressed gas cylinders or air cylinders. Each of the large cylinders are filled by a compressor, but the cascade system allows small cylinders to be filled without the presence of a compressor. In addition, a cascade system is useful as a "reservoir" to allow a low-capacity compressor to meet the demand of filling several small cylinders in succession
cascade system
A cascade (storage) system is a high pressure gas cylinder system which is used for the refilling of smaller compressed gas cylinders or air cylinders. Each of the large cylinders are filled by a compressor, but the cascade system allows small cylinders to be filled without the presence of a compressor. In addition, a cascade system is useful as a "reservoir" to allow a low-capacity compressor to meet the demand of filling several small cylinders in succession
Cascade Range
the Cascade Range a group of mountains in the west of the US and Canada, which go from British Columbia in the north down to northern California, where they join with the Sierra Nevada. Mountain range, western U.S. A continuation of the Sierra Nevada, it extends north from Mount Lassen in northeastern California across Oregon and Washington for 700 mi (1,100 km). Its highest elevation is Mount Rainier. Some of the summits, including Mount St. Helens, have erupted in the recent past. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through the range in the Columbia River Gorge. Its northern continuation in British Columbia is known as the Coast Mountains. See also North Cascades National Park
Cascade Style Sheets
{i} html documents that include several levels of styles that can be changed by a person creating a website (allows for flexible design options), CSS
cascade down
rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
cascade everlasting
shrub with white woolly branches and woolly leaves having fragrant flowers forming long sprays; flowers suitable for drying; sometimes placed in genus Helichrysum
cascade liquefier
an apparatus used to liquefy air or oxygen etc
cascade method
A method of attaining successively lower temperatures by utilizing the cooling effect of the expansion of one gas in condensing another less easily liquefiable, and so on
cascade penstemon
whorls of deep blue to dark purple flowers at tips of erect leafy stems; moist places from British Columbia to Oregon
cascade system
The cascade system is also called tandem, or concatenated, system; the connection a cascade, tandem, or concatenated, connection, or a concatenation; and the control of the motors so obtained a tandem, or concatenation, control
cascade system
A system or method of connecting and operating two induction motors so that the primary circuit of one is connected to the secondary circuit of the other, the primary circuit of the latter being connected to the source of supply; also, a system of electric traction in which motors so connected are employed
cascade transformer
a number of transformers in series; provides a high-voltage source
quantum cascade laser
A laser that operates by analogy with an electronic waterfall, with electrons cascading down a series of small steps emitting a photon at each step
quantum cascade lasers
plural form of quantum cascade laser
reverse cascade
A pattern performed with an odd number of props where each prop is caught by the opposite hand and thrown over the incoming prop, in contrast with the traditional cascade where the prop is thrown under
trophic cascade
The secondary disruptions that go cascading through a system from which a keystone species has been removed
cascaded
past of cascade
cascades
plural of cascade
cascades
a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California; a part of the Coast Range
cascading
The continuing flow of the quality message down to, not through, the next level of supervision until it reaches all workers Same concept as "deploying "
cascading
The act of connecting two or more mixers to each other in order to extend the number of inputs available
cascading
Connecting hubs together with 10 BASE-T cabling; sometimes requires a crossover cable Also called daisy-chaining
cascading
Connecting hubs together with cable Sometimes requires a crossover cable or a special setting on the hub to change one port to a cascading function with the ability to connect to another hub instead of an NIC
cascading
The uncontrolled successive loss of power system elements triggered by an incident at any location Results in widespread service interruption
cascading
The overlapping of windows on a display Contrasts with tiling (pg 56)
cascading
a technique often used to impart information to other members of staff after attendance at a course or other training event
cascading
{s} graded; flowing out, pouring out
cascading
The continuing flow of the quality message down to, not through, the next level of supervision until it reaches all workers
cascading
The term used to describe the connection of twisted pair hubs by running twisted pair cable from one hub to another
cascading
A technique in which the result of one method invocation is used as the receiver of a second method invocation (Chapter 2)
cascading
Ink not evenly absorbed through the media, resulting in pools of ink running down or through the image, often caused by improper media loading
cascading
The uncontrolled successive loss of system elements triggered by an incident at any location Cascading results in widespread service interruption, which cannot be restrained from sequentially spreading beyond an area predetermined by appropriate studies
cascading
present participle of cascade
cascade