chain

listen to the pronunciation of chain
İngilizce - Türkçe
zincir

Köpek zincirlenmelidir. - The dog should be on a chain.

George köpeğine bir zincir taktı. - George put a chain on the dog.

{i} boyunduruk
{i} sınırlama
{f} zincirlemek

Kendimi şu ağaca zincirlemek istiyorum. - I want to chain myself to that tree.

{f} kayıt altına almak
{i} silsile
{i} silsile (dağ)
bağ

Tüm canlılar varlığın tek zincirine bağlıdırlar. - All living things are connected in one chain of being.

Bir zincir birçok bağlantıdan oluşur. - A chain is made up of many links.

{f} ölçme zinciri ile ölçmek
zincirle bağlamak
(Askeri) kod serisi
{f} zincirle bağla

Sami, Leyla'ya zincirle bağladı. - Sami shackled Layla with a chain.

zincire vurmak
elini kolunu bağlamak
(olay/dükkân/dağ/vb.için) zincir
{i} dizi

Bir dizi olay savaşın başlamasına yol açtı. - A chain of events led to the outbreak of the war.

{i} ölçme zinciri
chain lightning yılankavi şekilde görünen şimşek
chain gang prangalı mahkumlar takımı
seri
öIçme zinciri
(Askeri) KOD SERİSİ: bkz: "net, chain, cell system"
silsile bağ
chain belt zincir kayış
{f} zincirle

Köpek zincirlenmelidir. - The dog should be on a chain.

Köpek direğe zincirlendi. - The dog was chained to the post.

chain armor zincirden örülmüş zırh
zincir takmak
zincirleme

Yoğun trafikteki zincirleme bir kazaydı. - There was a chain-reaction crash during rush hour.

Kendimi şu ağaca zincirlemek istiyorum. - I want to chain myself to that tree.

kolye
(Dilbilim) yatay eksen
(Havacılık) irtibat
chain smoker
sigara tiryakisi

Tom bir sigara tiryakisi. - Tom is a chain smoker.

Şüphelinin sinirli bir yaradılışı vardı, bir sigara tiryakisiydi ve sapına kadar tırnaklarını yemişti. - The suspect had a nervous disposition, was a chain smoker and had bitten his nails down to the quick.

chain of custody
delil zinciri
chain plate
(Askeri) landa demiri
chain up
(deyim) zincirle bağlamak
chain up
(deyim) zincire vurmak
chain adjusting screw
zincir ayar vidası
chain and bucket
kovalı zincir
chain armour
zincir zırhı
chain belt
zincir kayışı
chain block
zincir palangası
chain bolt
zincir kilit civatası
chain bridge
zincirli asma köprü
chain bucket
zincirli kova
chain cable
zincir gomina
chain case
zincir kutusu
chain code
zincir kodu
chain compressor
ırgat kastanyolası
chain conveyor
zincir taşıyıcı
chain coupling
zincirli kavrama
chain drill
zincirli matkap makinesi
chain drive
zincirle tahrik
chain drive hub
zincir tahrik göbeği
chain driven
zincir tahrikli
chain drum
zincir kasnağı
chain gang
prangalı hapishaneler
chain grate
zincir ızgara
chain guard
zincir muhafazası
chain harrow
zincirli tırmık
chain hoist
zincirli vinç
chain hook
salyafora kancası
chain letter
zincirleme mektup
chain link
zincir baklası
chain locker
zincir dolabı
chain loom
zincirli tezgah
chain loom
zincirli tezgâh
chain mail
zincirli zırh
chain mercerizer
zincirli merserizasyon makinesi
chain mercerizing machine
zincirli merserizasyon makinesi
chain of
zinciri

Tüm canlılar varlığın tek zincirine bağlıdırlar. - All living things are connected in one chain of being.

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

chain pipe
zincir güverte loçası
chain printer
zincir yazıcı
chain pump
zincirli pompa
chain reaction
zincirleme reaksiyon
chain reaction
zincirleme tepkime
chain reactor
atom reaktörü
chain rope
salyafora haladı
chain rule
zincir kuralı
chain saw
zincir testere

Bir zincir testerem yok ama testeresi olan birini tanyorum. - I don't have a chain saw, but I know someone who does.

chain search
zincirleme arama
chain smoker
peş peşe sigara içen kimse
chain spring
zincir yayı
chain store
mağazalar zinciri
chain tightener
zincir gerici
chain tongs
zincir boru anahtarı
chain wheel
zincir çarkı
chain wheel
zincir dişlisi
chain wrench
zincirli boru anahtarı
chain-smoke
sürekli sigara içmek
chain accident
Zincirleme kaza, kaza zinciri

By the time the ambulances carrying the victims of the chain accident arrived at the hospital,half of them had died.

chain adjusting screw
zincir ayar vidasi
chain bolt
zincir kilit civatasi
chain compressor
ırgat kastanyolasi
chain gun
(Askeri) Makineli tüfek, mitralyöz
chain hoist
calaskal
chain hotel
Bir oteller zincirinin otellerinden her biri
chain hotels
Oteller zinciri
chain index
zincirleme endeks
chain island
zincir ada
chain islands
Adalar zinciri
chain ladder
(Sigorta) Zincir merdiven
chain ladder method
(Sigorta) Zincir merdiven metodu
chain lifter
Zincirli kaldıraç
chain mail
Zincirden örülmüş zırh
chain of mountains
sıradağlar
chain of mountains
Dağ silsilesi
chain restaurant
lokanta zinciri
chain restaurant
Restoran zinciri
chain rope
salyafora haladi
chain stitch
zincir işi
chain wheel
zincir tekerleği
chain-link fence
zincir çıt
chain-link harrow
zincir harrow
chain armor
zincirden örülmüş zırh
chain belt
zincirli bant
chain belt
(Otomotiv) transmisyon zinciri
chain bin
(Askeri) zincirlik
chain block
cereskal
chain block
zincirli palanga
chain case
zincir mahfazası
chain conveyor
(Tekstil) zincirli taşıma
chain decay
bozunma zinciri
chain drill
(Dilbilim) zincirleme alıştırma
chain drive
zincirle hareket ettirme
chain drive
zincir ile işletme
chain fission yield
(Nükleer Bilimler) zincirleme fisyon ürünü
chain gang
prangalı mahkumlar dizisi
chain gear
zincir dişlisi
chain grate
zincir kafes
chain guard
zincir mahfazası
chain guard
zincir korkuluğu
chain hoist
(Otomotiv) caraskal zinciri
chain hoist
zincirli kaldırma cihazı
chain hoist
zincirli yükseltici
chain hook
(Askeri) salya fora kancası
chain hook
(Tekstil) zincir kancası
chain hook
(Askeri) zincir baltası
chain hook
zincir çengeli
chain host
(Otomotiv) motor kaldırma zinciri
chain letter
alıcının çoğaltarak başkalarına yolladığı mektup
chain link
zincir bağlantısı
chain mat
(Denizbilim) zincir gergi
chain mercerizing machine
(Tekstil) zincirsiz merserizasyon makinesi
chain of command
komuta zinciri
chain of command
(Askeri) KOMUTA ZİNCİRİ: Emir ve komuta yetkisinin icra edildiği üstten asta, komutan subaylar silsilesi. Buna "command channel" de denir. Ayrıca bakınız: "administrative chain of command, operational chain of command"
chain of evacuation
(Askeri) TAHLİYE ZİNCİRİ: Kullanılmaz halde ve HEK durumundaki malzemenin tahliye istikametlerini gösteren noktalar veya tesisler silsilesi
chain of events
olaylar dizisi
chain of office
boyna takılan makam zinciri
chain of title
(Kanun) temlik işlemleri silsilesi
chain of volcanoes
volkan zinciri
chain oiler
zincirli yağlayıcı
chain pin
zincir pimi
chain pipe
(Askeri) zincir güverte locası
chain pitch
zincir hatvesi
chain pump
zincir tulumbası
chain reaction
(Nükleer Bilimler) zincir reaksiyonu,birbirine bağlı tepkime
chain ring
zincir halkası
chain rope
(Askeri) salya fora baladı
chain sling
zincir sapan
chain sling
sapan zinciri
chain sling
zincir sapanı
chain smoke
{f} sigaranın birini söndürmeden diğerini yakmak
chain smoke
(fiil) sigaranın birini söndürmeden diğerini yakmak
chain smoker
peşpeşe sigara içen kimse
chain stitch
zincir dikişi
chain stitch
(Tekstil) zincir dikişi, zincir işi
chain stitch
zincir dikişi,zincir işi
chain stop
zincir tamponu
chain store
dükkanlar zinciri
chain store
aynı mağazalar zincirine bağlı mağaza
chain store
zincir mağazalar şubesi
chain tape
ölçü zinciri
chain tongs
zincirli kıskaç
chain watch
köstekli saat
chain wheel
zincir dişli çark
chain wheel
zincirli çark
choke chain
zincir şok
chain store
zincir mağaza
chained
zincirlenmiş

Köpeğinizi ağaca zincirlenmiş tutun. - Keep your dog chained up to the tree.

chaining
zincirleme
chaining
{f} zincirle
chained
zincirle(mek)
chaining
zincirlemek
chained
zincirle

Kendimi kesmeyi planladıkları ağaçlardan birine zincirledim. - I chained myself to one of the trees they were planning to cut down.

Köpeğinizi ağaca zincirlenmiş tutun. - Keep your dog chained up to the tree.

İngilizce - İngilizce
A number of atoms in a series, which combine to form a molecule

When examined, the molecular chain included oxygen and hydrogen.

A long measuring tape
A unit of length equal to 22 yards. The length of a commonly used surveying chain. The length of a cricket pitch. Equal to 17.85 metres. Equal to 4 rods
To obstruct the mouth of a river etc with a chain
A series of interconnected links of known length, used as a measuring device
To secure someone with fetters
To fasten something with a chain
A series of stores or businesses with the same brand name

That chain of restaurants is expanding into our town.

To measure a distance using a 66-foot long chain, as in land surveying
A series of interconnected things

This led to an unfortunate chain of events.

A series of interconnected rings or links usually made of metal

He wore a gold chain around the neck.

To be chained to another data item
To relate data items with a chain of pointers
To load and automatically run (a program)

Recent versions of AntiSpam no longer use the Config file but have a Settings file instead, so when I updated the Config file to chain SpamStamp it had no effect as it was a redundant file.

To link multiple items together
A sequence of linked house purchases, each of which is dependent on the preceding and succeeding purchase (said to be "broken" if a buyer or seller pulls out)
{v} to fasten with a chain, join, enslave
{n} a line of links, bond, continuation, series
a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament a necklace made by a stringing objects together; "a string of beads"; "a strand of pearls"; anything that acts as a restraint a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership a series of things depending on each other as if linked together; "the chain of command"; "a complicated concatenation of circumstances"
(n ) A topology in which every processor is connected to two others, except for two end processors that are connected to only one other See also Hamiltonian, ring
To unite closely and strongly
a series of hills or mountains; "the valley was between two ranges of hills"; "the plains lay just beyond the mountain range"
a necklace made by a stringing objects together; "a string of beads"; "a strand of pearls"
If prisoners are in chains, they have thick rings of metal round their wrists or ankles to prevent them from escaping. He'd spent four and a half years in windowless cells, much of the time in chains
any path in a manifold is a chain
In real estate measurements (surveying), a chain is ll feet long or 100 links, each link being 7 92 inches The measurement may change when used in fields other than surveying
A series of links or rings, usually of metal, connected, or fitted into one another, used for various purposes, as of support, of restraint, of ornament, of the exertion and transmission of mechanical power, etc
A movement in which dancers pass each other, either to cross the set or to move half way or all the way around the set They pass on alternate sides, first passing R to R, then L to L and so on Three different holds may be used - hand, arm and elbow The hand hold is a light handshake hold below waist level For the arm hold, each dancer lightly grips the inside elbow of the other so that the two forearms lie alongside each other The elbow hold is achieved by hooking the other dancer's arm inside elbow to inside elbow
Some computer devices support chaining, the ability to string multiple devices in a sequence plugged into just one computer port Often, but not always, such a chain will require some sort of terminator to mark the end For an example, a SCSI scanner may be plugged into a SCSI CD-ROM drive that is plugged into a SCSI hard drive that is in turn plugged into the main computer For all these components to work properly, the scanner would also have to have a proper terminator in use Device chaining has been around a long time, and it is interesting to note that C64/128 serial devices supported it from the very beginning Today the most common low-cost chainable devices in use support USB while the fastest low-cost chainable devices in use support FireWire
A series of merchant locations which are managed/owned by the same entity
To protect by drawing a chain across, as a harbor
(chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)
{i} series of metal rings which are linked together; mountain range; group of (stores, banks, etc.) under one management; device used to measure distances (made up of a series of links measuring 20 meters)
Iron links bolted to the side of a vessel to bold the dead-eyes connected with the shrouds; also, the channels
a measuring tape, 50 m or 75 m in length, used to measure distances This term is derived from an old unit of measurement: (80 Ch=1 mile)
A unit of linear measurement; 66 feet
In real estate measurements (surveying), a chain is 66 feet long or 100 links, each link being 7 92 inches The measurement may change when used in fields other than surveying
(chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule) British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979) a unit of length fasten or secure with chains; "Chain the chairs together"
A unit of linear measurement equal to 66 feet
That which confines, fetters, or secures, as a chain; a bond; as, the chains of habit
If a person or thing is chained to something, they are fastened to it with a chain. The dog was chained to the leg of the one solid garden seat She chained her bike to the railings We were sitting together in our cell, chained to the wall. Chain up means the same as chain. I'll lock the doors and chain you up All the rowing boats were chained up
To measure with the chain
To keep in slavery; to enslave
A measurement of horizontal distance, 66 feet Areas expressed in square chains can immediately be converted to acres by dividing by 10
An operation repeated in a sequence, such that each result depends upon the previous result, or an initial value One example is the CBC operating mode
a unit of length
metal shackles; for hands or legs
To relate data items with a chain of pointers; to be chained to another data item
A unit of surveying measurement When Kansas was originally surveyed the method of measurement was with a 66 foot "chain" divided into 100 links Can also be the procedure of measuring a line using a calibrated steel tape today
Unit of linear measure (length) commonly used in forestry and equal to 66 feet (80 chains = 1 mile)
A learned sequence of behaviors that are usually performed in the same order; all behaviors tend to be performed once the first behavior in the chain is completed Getting dressed in the morning is an example
A chain of things is a group of them existing or arranged in a line. a chain of islands known as the Windward Islands Students tried to form a human chain around the parliament
The warp threads of a web
A chain consists of metal rings connected together in a line. His open shirt revealed a fat gold chain The dogs were leaping and growling at the full stretch of their chains
{f} imprison, place in fetters, tie down; make a chain
Chain pharmacies, such as Pharma Plus and Lawtons, employ pharmacy managers who are salaried employees of head office Head office directs all marketing, merchandising, buying, professional programs, etc An individual or corporation must own five or more stores to be considered a chain A chain is not necessarily a member of the Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores
fasten or secure with chains; "Chain the chairs together"
A non-metric measure of distance common to land surveying, forestry and fire management One chain equals 66 feet
anything that acts as a restraint
connect or arrange into a chain by linking
Modern bicycles use roller chain to connect the cranks to the rear wheel Chain drives are among the most efficient means of power transmission known Chain size is specified by pitch and width The pitch is the distance between rollers (1/2" on all modern bicycle chain) The width is the internal width where the sprocket teeth fit in Bicycle chain comes in two basic widths: 1/8" chain is used on most single-speed bicycles, and bicycles with internal gearing 3/32" chain is used on derailer equipped bicycles that have more than 3 speeds Chains for derailer applications also come in various external widths Newer clusters which have more sprockets use chain with thinner side plates and flush rivets For more information on chains, see my article on Chain Maintenance
A unit of measure equal to 66 feet (20 meters)
British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)
An instrument which consists of links and is used in measuring land
a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
Unit of length equal to 66 feet, used especially in the U S public land surveys The original measuring instrument (Gunter's chain) was literally a chain consisting of 100 iron links, each 7 92 inches long Steel-ribbon tapes began to supersede chains around 1900, but surveying tapes are often still called "chains" and measuring with a tape is often called "chaining " The chain is a convenient unit in cadastral surveys because 10 square chains equal 1 acre
A series of things linked together; or a series of things connected and following each other in succession; as, a chain of mountains; a chain of events or ideas
A chain of shops, hotels, or other businesses is a number of them owned by the same person or company. a large supermarket chain. Italy's leading chain of cinemas
unit of measure in land survey, equal to 66 feet (20 meters) (80 chains equal one mile) Commonly used to report fire perimeters and other fireline distances, chains can be easily converted to acreage (e g , 10 square chains equal one acre)
A unit of measurement used by surveyors A chain consists of 100 links equal to 66 feet
chain complex
A sequence of Abelian groups, together with a sequence of boundary homomorphisms
chain complexes
plural form of chain complex
chain drive
A transmission system in which power is transferred to the wheels by means of a chain
chain gang
a group of convicts chained together to work outside the confines of a prison
chain gangs
plural form of chain gang
chain gun
A machine gun or autocannon that uses an external power source via a continuous loop of chain
chain guns
plural form of chain gun
chain letter
A letter that is mailed successively to different recipients, with each recipient being instructed in the body of the letter to mail the letter to another person or persons
chain letters
plural form of chain letter
chain locker
a space in the forward part of the ship, typically beneath the bow in front of the foremost collision bulkhead, that contains the anchor chain when the anchor is secured for sea
chain lockers
plural form of chain locker
chain mail
Chain letters, taken collectively
chain mail
A flexible defensive armor, made of a mesh of interlinked metal rings

Chain mail is formed by a number of iron rings, each ring having four others inserted into it, the whole exhibiting a kind of net work, with circular meshes, every ring separately rivetted; this kind of mail answers to that worn on the ancient breast plates, whence they were denominated loricæ hammatæ, from the rings being hooked together.

chain of custody
The documentation showing the full process of acquisition, transfer, handling and disposition of physical or electronic materials
chain of title
In the law of real property, a series of documents recorded in the appropriate government repository which establish the passage of a parcel of property from owner to owner, ideally back to the first owner to reduce the property to private ownership
chain pump
A water pump consisting of a series of buckets on a chain, wheel or drum
chain reaction
A series of events, each one causing the next

The bombs all exploded in a chain reaction.

chain reaction
A nuclear reaction in which particles produced by the fission of one atom trigger fissions of other atoms

The Manhattan Project produced the first recorded controlled chain reaction.

chain reactions
plural form of chain reaction
chain saws
plural form of chain saw
chain smoker
One who smokes a lot
chain smoker
One who smokes continuously, by lighting one cigarette when they finish another, as in a chain
chain store
A retail outlet that is one of a group of similar establishments having common format, contents, ownership and management
chain stores
plural form of chain store
chain story
A story, each section of which is written by a different author picking up where the previous one left off
chain tower
Either of a pair of structures built on each side of a river or harbour mouth from which defensive chains were raised or lowered
chain towers
plural form of chain tower
chain-smoke
To smoke tobacco cigarettes frequently
chain-smoke
To smoke by continuously lighting one from another

The two of them chain-smoked a dime bag's worth of marijuana.

chain-smoke
To smoke cigarettes by continuously lighting one from the glowing end of the previous one
chain ladder
(Sigorta) The chain ladder method is one of the most common methods for reserving, and various attempts have been made to justify it in a stochastic model. A particularly interesting model was proposed by Mack (1993, 1994a,b): Under the assumptions of his model, Mack proved that the chain ladder predictors of non-observable aggregate claims are unbiased, and Schmidt and Schnaus (1996) proved that the chain ladder predictor for the first non-observable calendar year is also optimal in the sense that it minimizes expected squared error loss over a wide class of unbiased predictors. In the present paper, it is shown that optimality fails for the chain ladder predictor for the second non-observable calendar year
chain stitch
(Tekstil) Chain stitch is a sewing and embroidery technique in which a series of looped stitches form a chain-like pattern. Chain stitch is an ancient craft - examples of surviving Chinese chain stitch embroidery worked in silk thread have been dated to the Warring States period (5th-3rd century BC). Handmade chain stitch embroidery does not require that the needle pass through more than one layer of fabric. For this reason the stitch is an effective surface embellishment near seams on finished fabric. Because chain stitches can form flowing, curved lines, they are used in many surface embroidery styles that mimic "drawing" in thread
chain bridge
hanging bridge, suspended bridge
chain drive
{i} system used for transmission of power from one shaft to another using sprockets and an endless chain
chain drive
Device widely used for the transmission of power where shafts are separated at distances greater than that for which gears are practical. In such cases, sprockets (wheels with teeth shaped to mesh with a chain) take the place of gears and drive one another by means of a chain passing over the sprocket teeth. The chains used in conveyor belts are commonly block chains, and consist of solid or laminated blocks connected by side plates and pins. The blocks engage with teeth on sprocket wheels. Depending on the material being moved, buckets, hooks, or other devices are connected to the blocks
chain fern
Any of various terrestrial ferns of the genus Woodwardia, native chiefly to the Northern Hemisphere, having pinnately compound or divided leaves that when fertile bear chainlike rows of spore cases
chain fern
a fern of the genus Woodwardia having the sori in chainlike rows
chain gang
a gang of convicts chained together
chain gang
In the United States, a chain gang is a group of prisoners who are chained together to do work outside their prison. Chain gangs existed especially in former times. A group of convicts chained together, especially for outdoor labor. a group of prisoners chained together to work outside their prison
chain hotel
hotel that belongs to a large network of hotels (such as Holiday Inn, Sheraton, etc.)
chain letter
a letter that is sent successively to several people
chain letter
A chain letter is a letter, often with a promise of money, that is sent to several people who send copies on to several more people. Chain letters are illegal in some countries. A letter sent to a number of people asking each recipient to send copies with the same request to a specified number of others. The circulation of a chain letter increases in geometrical progression as long as the instructions are followed by all recipients. a letter sent to several people asking them to send a copy of the letter to several more people
chain letter
letter which is sent to numerous recipients and is intended to be sent by those recipients to other recipients (and so on)
chain link
one ring of a chain
chain mail
(Middle Ages) flexible armor made of interlinked metal rings
chain mail
mail that is sent to several people who then distribute it to several other people (and so on)
chain mail
Chain mail is a kind of armour made from small metal rings joined together so that they look like cloth. Flexible armor made of joined metal links or scales. protective clothing made by joining many small metal rings together, worn by soldiers in the past. or mail Form of body armour worn by European knights and other medieval warriors. An early form, made by sewing iron rings to fabric or leather, was worn in late Roman times and may have originated in Asia. Medieval armourers interlaced the rings, which were closed by welding or riveting. In the 8th century, mail was a short coat with a separate sleeve for the sword arm. By the Norman Conquest (1066), the coat was long and fully sleeved; a hood, usually fitting under a helmet, covered the head and neck. By the 12th century, mail was fitted to hands, feet, and legs. The addition of plates to increase chest and back protection gradually evolved in the 14th century into complete plate armour, displacing mail
chain of command
Begins with any commander who may impose or consider the appeal of the imposition of non-judicial punishment over a complaint pursuant to the UCMJ, the Manual for Courts-Martial, or AFI 51-202, and include any superior commander vested with either special or general courts-martial convening authority over the complainant as a result of assignment or attachment to that commander's command
chain of command
Lines of authority and formal reporting relationship
chain of command
A series of management positions in order of authority
chain of command
n the levels of authority on the team
chain of command
The superior-subordinate authority relationship that starts at the top of the organization hierarchy and extends to the lowest levels
chain of command
The succession of commanding officers from a superior to a subordinate through which command is exercised
chain of command
Describes type of management organization process whereby employees only perform work approved by their immediate supervisor, using a formal request and approval process 10 10
chain of command
The order of rank and authority in the fire service
chain of command
In descending order, the commissioned ranks of the Department are
chain of command
order of authority from highest to lowest, hierarchy of authority within an organization (especially the military)
chain of command
Reporting relationships within a business; the flow of decision-making power in a firm
chain of command
A system whereby authority passes down from the top through a series of executive positions or military ranks in which each is accountable to the one directly superior. a system in an organization by which decisions are made and passed from people at the top of the organization to people lower down
chain of command
A clear representation of which employees in a company answer to which other employees
chain of events
group of events that are closely connected, group of linked events
chain of mountains
range of mountains, series of mountains located in a group
chain of office
{i} livery collar, massive gold chain or collar worn as insignia of office during the Middle Ages
chain of stores
number of branches of the same store scattered throughout an area
chain of title
The succession of conveyances, from some accepted starting point, whereby the present holder of real property derives his or her title
chain of title
The successive ownerships or transfers in the history of title to a tract of land
chain of title
A history of the conveyances and encumbrances affecting title to a parcel of land starting with the earliest existing document and ending with the most recent
chain of title
A term applied to the past series of transactions and documets affecting the title to a particular parcel of land A history of conveyances as far back as records are available
chain of title
The history of all the documents transferring title to a parcel of real property, starting with the earliest existing document and ending with the most recent
chain of title
The chronological order of conveyance of a property from the original owner to the present owner
chain of title
a history of the documents which have transferred title to a parcel of real property, from the original owner to the present owner
chain of title
- The successive ownerships or transfers in the history of title to a tract of land
chain of title
The chronological order of conveyance of a parcel of land from the original owner to the present owner Example : An abstractor can research title to property going back to the date that the property was granted to the United States
chain of title
History of all documents transferring title to a parcel of real property, starting with the last existing and ending with the most recent
chain of title
A chronological list of documents comprising the record history of title to a specific parcel of real property
chain of title
A history of all documents, including conveyances and encumbrances, that affect title to a parcel of real property, starting with the earliest existing document and ending with the most recent
chain of title
The chronological order of conveyancing of a parcel of land, from the original owner to the present owner
chain of title
The history of all the documents transferring title to a parcel of real estate, starting with the earliest existing document and ending with the most recent
chain of title
The chronological order of conveyance of a parcel of land from the original owner to the present owner
chain of title
A history of conveyances and encumbrances affecting the title (ownership) of real property
chain of title
A history of conveyances and encumbrances affecting the title from the time it passed from government ownership, or as far back as records are available
chain of title
A history of conveyances and encumbrances of a property from some starting point, whereby the present owner derives title
chain of title
The recorded history of matters which affect the title to a specific parcel of real property, such as ownership, encumbrances and liens, usually beginning with the original recorded source of the title
chain of title
A history of conveyances and encumbrances affecting the title as far back as records are available
chain of title
The sequence of conveyances and encumbrances affecting a title to land from the time that the original patent was granted or as far back as records are available
chain of title
The history of all of the documents that transfer title to a parcel of real property, starting with the earliest existing document and ending with the most recent
chain of title
A chronological list of recorded instruments tracing title to land, from the original owner to the present owner
chain of title
the chronological order of conveyance of a parcel of land, from the original owner to the current owner
chain of title
A reconstruction of how title to a property came to be held by the current purported owner by working backwards from the current owner to the original sovereign (government) to confirm that each owner, over time, held good title to the property by acquiring title from a person or entity who had the legal right to convey it
chain pickerel
A freshwater game and food fish (Esox niger) of eastern North America
chain pickerel
common in quiet waters of eastern United States
chain printer
an impact printer that carries the type slugs by links of a revolving chain
chain printing
printing of several files together
chain pump
The chain has at intervals disks or lifts which fit the tube through which the ascending part passes and carry the water to the point of discharge
chain pump
{i} water pump that comprises an endless chain inside a cylinder for lifting up liquids that enter the cylinder at the bottom
chain pump
A pump consisting of an endless chain, running over a drum or wheel by which it is moved, and dipping below the water to be raised
chain reaction
A large number of nuclear fissions, taking place within a certain mass of a fissionable isotope, that release a great quantity of energy in a short time
chain reaction
a series of chemical reactions in which the product of one is a reactant in the next a self-sustaining nuclear reaction; a series of nuclear fissions in which neutrons released by splitting one atom leads to the splitting of others
chain reaction
A reaction that stimulates its own repetition, in particular where the neutrons originating from nuclear fission cause an ongoing series of fission reactions
chain reaction
repeated fission caused when the neutrons released in fission bombard other atoms
chain reaction
A reaction which, once started, will produce a material or substance necessary to continue the reaction An example is nuclear fission Once a fission reaction is started, neutrons are released, which cause more nuclei to undergo fission, which release more neutrons, and so on
chain reaction
a reaction which, once started, continues through its own action; the splitting of uranium atoms releases neutrons that, in turn, continue the process causing other uranium atoms to split
chain reaction
Lengthening of the main chain (backbone) of polymer molecules by end-to-end attachment
chain reaction
A self-sustaining reaction in which one reaction event stimulates one or more additional reaction events to keep the process going
chain reaction
When a fissionable nucleus is split by a neutron it releases energy and one or more neutrons These neutrons split other fissionable nuclei, releasing more energy and more neutrons, making the reaction self-sustaining
chain reaction
a series of chemical reactions in which the product of one is a reactant in the next
chain reaction
A chain reaction is a series of events, each of which causes the next. The powder immediately ignited and set off a chain reaction of explosions. Process yielding products that initiate further processes of the same kind. Nuclear chain reactions are a series of nuclear fissions initiated by neutrons produced in a preceding fission. A critical mass, large enough to allow more than one fission-produced neutron to be captured, is necessary for the chain reaction to be self-sustaining. Uncontrolled chain reactions, as in an atomic bomb, occur when large numbers of neutrons are present and the reactions multiply very quickly. Nuclear reactors control their reactions through the careful distribution of the fissionable material and insertion of neutron-absorbing materials
chain reaction
A reaction that stimulates its own repetition, in particular one, where the neutrons originating from nuclear fission cause series of fission reactions
chain reaction
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chain reaction
a self-sustaining fission process caused by the production of neutrons that proceed to split other nuclei
chain reaction
The continuing process of nuclear fissioning in which the neutrons released from a fission trigger at least one other nuclear fission In a nuclear weapon, an extremely rapid, multiplying chain reaction causes the explosive release of energy In a reactor, the pace of the chain reaction is controlled to produce heat (in a power reactor) or large quantities of neutrons (in a research or production reactor)
chain reaction
A chain of events described by W Edwards Deming: improve quality, decrease costs, improve productivity, increase market with better quality and lower price, stay in business, provide jobs and provide more jobs
chain reaction
a self-sustaining nuclear reaction; a series of nuclear fissions in which neutrons released by splitting one atom leads to the splitting of others
chain reaction
A process in which one nuclear transformation sets up conditions for similar nuclear transformation in another atom Thus, when fission occurs in uranium atoms, neutrons are released, which in turn produce fission in other uranium atoms
chain reaction
a self-sustaining reaction in which the products of one reaction event stimulate further reaction events
chain reaction
(nuclear) a self-sustaining fission process caused by the production of neutrons that proceed to split other nuclei (21 6)
chain reaction
A reaction in which one of the starting materials is regenerated in the last step of the reaction
chain reaction
A reaction that initiates its own repetition In a fission reaction, free neutrons are produced which fly off and strike other nuclei, causing them to split and send off yet more free neutrons The fission will continue as long as there are enough free neutrons carrying the right amount of energy
chain reaction
A self-sustaining reaction in which one reaction event stimulates one or more addi­tional reaction events to keep the process going
chain reaction
A chain reaction is a series of chemical changes, each of which causes the next
chain reaction
series of reactions in which each is directly caused by the one before it
chain reaction
The process by which the fission of a nucleus releases neutrons, causing other nuclei to undergo fission in turn Both the atomic bomb and the nuclear reactor use a chain reaction to generate energy
chain reaction
A reaction in which one of the agents necessary to the reaction is itself produced by the reaction, thus causing like reactions
chain reaction
A reaction in which the material or energy that starts the reaction is also one of the products and can cause similar reactions
chain reaction
(also Nuclear chain reaction) 1 A reaction that stimulates its own repetition 2 For example, nuclear reaction occurs when neutrons released from a split atom such as a uranium-235 (U235) nucleus go on to fission other nuclei This reaction produces additional neutrons that cause more fissions, which release still more neutrons to cause even more fissions, which release even more neutrons, and so on See Fission
chain reaction
A process in which some of the neutrons released in one fission event cause other fission events that in turn release neutrons
chain saw
portable power saw; teeth linked to form an endless chain
chain saw
A chain saw is a big saw with teeth fixed in a chain that is driven round by a motor
chain saw
portable power saw with teeth on an endless chain
chain smoke
{f} smoke cigarettes one after another
chain smoker
person who smokes many cigarettes in a row, person who continuously smokes
chain stay
tubes on a bicycle frame which connect the bottom bracket to the fork ends at the bottom of the seat stays
chain stitch
type of sewing and embroidery stitch stitched in loops that form a chain
chain stitch
A stitch in which the looping of the thread or threads forms a chain on the under side of the work; the loop stitch, as distinguished from the lock stitch
chain stitch
looped machine stitch resembling the links of a chain; used in embroidery and in machine stitching a kind of crochet stitch
chain stitch
An ornamental stitch like the links of a chain; used in crocheting, sewing, and embroidery
chain stitch
A decorative sewing stitch in which loops are connected like the links of a chain. a way of sewing in which each new stitch is pulled through the last one
chain store
{i} one of the retail stores which belongs to a larger company
chain store
one of a chain of retail stores under the same management and selling the same merchandise
chain store
A chain store is one of several similar shops that are owned by the same person or company, especially one that sells a variety of things. One of a number of retail stores under the same ownership and dealing in the same merchandise. one of a group of shops, all of which are owned by one organization = chain
chain stores
{i} branches of stores which belong to a larger company
chain tie
A tie consisting of a series of connected iron bars or rods
chain tongs
a pipe wrench used for turning large pipes; an adjustable chain circles the pipe with its ends connected to the head whose teeth engage the pipe
chain up
bind, restrain with chains, place in fetters
chain up
tie up with chains; "chain up the prisoners
chain up
tie up with chains; "chain up the prisoners"
chain up
see chain 3
chain wheel
An inversion of the chain pump, by which it becomes a motor driven by water
chain wheel
toothed wheel connected to a chain
chain wheel
A chain pulley, or sprocket wheel
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