cluttered

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İngilizce - Türkçe
karıştırılmış
karışık
{f} karıştır
karıştır(mak)
karistir
(sıfat) darmadağın
{s} darmadağın

Darmadağın bir evde yaşamak çok streslidir. - Living in a cluttered home is very stressful.

Tom yıllardır kötü bir şekilde darmadağın edilmiş garajını temizlemeye niyetleniyor. - Tom's been meaning to clean out his badly cluttered garage for years.

clutter
{i} karışıklık
clutter
dağınıklık
clutter
karman çormanlık
clutter
kargaşalık
clutter
parazit yankılar
clutter
kalabalık etmek
clutter
darmadağınık etmek
clutter
karıştırmak
clutter
dağıtmak
clutter
{f} karıştır
clutter
saçıştırılmış şeyler
clutter
darmadağınlık
clutter
karmakarışık etmek
clutter
zürzavar
be cluttered
darmadağın olmak
clutter
dağit
clutter
dağıntı
clutter
darmadağın etmek
clutter
yığmak
clutter
darmadağınıklık
clutter
altüst etmek
clutter
düzensizce atmak
clutter
dağıt
clutter
{f} darmadağınık
clutter
patırtı
clutter
{f} tıka basa doldurmak
clutter
gürültülü bir şekilde ve acele olarak konuşmak
clutter
gurültü etmek
clutter
çöp yığını
clutter
(Askeri) EKO KARIŞIMI: Temas, skop parazit grubuna girince; radar skopundaki daimi ekolar, bulut, veya diğer atmosfer yankıları. Ayrıca bakınız: "radar clutter"
clutter
koşuşmak
clutter
{i} düzensizce yayılmış eşya
clutter
{f} düzensiz bir şekilde doldurmak; yığmak, düzensizce atmak
clutter
dağıt,v.karıştır: n.karışıklık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Scattered with a disorderly mixture of objects; littered
Simple past tense and past participle of clutter
filled or scattered with a disorderly accumulation of objects or rubbish; "the storm left the driveway littered with sticks and debris"; "his library was a cluttered room with piles of books on every chair
past of clutter
{s} characterized by disorder, messy, jumbled
overfurnished
clutter
{n} a noise, bustle, hurry, clamor
clutter
{v} to hurry
clutter
Excessive amounts of advertising carried by a station from other political advertisers
clutter
a confused multitude of things
clutter
Unwanted primary echoes from fixed or slow moving objects, typically from the ground, sea, rain or other precipitation, chaff, birds, insects and aurora
clutter
unwanted echoes that interfere with the observation of signals on a radar screen a confused multitude of things fill a space in a disorderly way
clutter
fill a space in a disorderly way
clutter
To crowd together in disorder; to fill or cover with things in disorder; to throw into disorder; to disarrange; as, to clutter a room
clutter
Unwanted echoes in a radar return
clutter
{f} strew or scatter things in a disorderly fashion, disarrange, make a mess; fill a space in a disorganized manner
clutter
To make a confused noise; to bustle
clutter
is defined as all non-programming content, which includes network and local commercial time, public service announcements Announcements (PSAs), public service promotions (PSPs), promotions aired by broadcast and cable networks, program credits not run over continuing program action, and "other" unidentified gaps within a commercial pod
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All non-programming time on radio and TV; this includes time given to advertsing commercials, station or channel promotions, station or channel identifications and program credits Excessively high clutter levels may result in audience tune-out See Clutter Level; Audience Tune-Out
clutter
Clatter; confused noise
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Clutter is a lot of things in an untidy state, especially things that are not useful or necessary. Caroline prefers her worktops to be clear of clutter
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An overabundance of advertisements that decreases communications effectiveness
clutter
{i} mess, disorder
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All of the non-program elements within a given program or time period, such as commercials, PSAs, promos, IDs, billboards, etc Stations try hard to increase revenues while trying to keep clutter to a minimum
clutter
a confused disordered jumble of things
clutter
unwanted echoes that interfere with the observation of signals on a radar screen
clutter
When an advertisement is surrounded by other ads, thereby forcing it to compete for the viewer's or listener's attention
clutter
The amount of time devoted to nonprogram content (advertising, promotions, public service announcements) on a particular medium The amount of time devoted to nonprogram content (advertising, promotions, public service announcements) on a particular medium
clutter
Unwanted signals, echoes, or images on the radar display interfering with the observation of desired signals
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A confused collection; hence, confusion; disorder; as, the room is in a clutter
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To clot or coagulate, as blood
clutter
– All of the extraneous non-program elements within a given program or time period, e g , program titles, billboards, station promos, commercials, network identification, local station identification, public service announcements, etc
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background echos, from clouds etc, on a radar screen
clutter
1 Atmospheric noise, extraneous signals, etc , which tend to obscure the reception of a desired signal in a radio receiver, radarscope, etc
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If things or people clutter a place, they fill it in an untidy way. Empty soft-drink cans clutter the desks The roads were cluttered with cars and vans. Clutter up means the same as clutter. The vehicles cluttered up the car park This room is so impressive it would be a shame to clutter it up. a large number of things that are scattered somewhere in an untidy way = junk clutter of
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to fill something with clutter
cluttered

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    klʌtırd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈklətərd/ /ˈklʌtɜrd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'kl&-t&r ] (verb.) 1556. Middle English clotteren to clot, from clot.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    cluttered with

    Videolar

    ... - THIS PLACE IS GETTING PRETTY CLUTTERED. - IT IS NOT. ...

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