combine

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} birleştirmek

İşi zevkle birleştirmek zordur. - It is hard to combine business with pleasure.

birleşmek
biçerdöğer makinası
(Ticaret) tröst
karmak
(Kimya) kaynaşmak
tor
katıştırmak
(Kimya) bileşmek
bileştirmek
birleştir

Tom ve Mary John'a bir hediye almak için paralarını birleştirdiler. - Tom and Mary combined their money to buy a present for John.

İşini aile hayatınla birleştirsen iyi olur. - You had better combine your work with your family life.

kartel
birlik
{i} tic. kartel
birleş/birleştir
dili siyasi ve ticari çıkar sağlamak için bir araya gelen grup
{f} toplanmak
bir araya g

Çok Fransızca kelime biliyorum ama cümle içinde bir araya getirmekte zorlanıyorum. - I know a lot of French words, but it's difficult for me to combine them into sentences.

{f} kaynaştırmak
(to) karmak / birleştirmek
kartel/birlik
{f} kombine etmek
{i} biçerdöver

Bugünün modern traktörleri ve biçerdöverleri yüksek teknoloji ile donatılmıştır. - Today's modern tractors and combines are equipped with high technology.

{i} uzlaşma
{f} toplamak
birleştir,v.birleştir: n.birlik
{f} karışmak
(Tekstil) 1. birleştirmek 2. birleşmek
kombina
combine harvester
biçerdöver
combined
{s} birleşik
combined
karma
combine by multiplication
çarparak birleştir
combine into one
tek parça olarak birleştir
combine with
Bkz. combine
combine with carbon
karbon ile birleştirmek
combine by multiplication
çarparak birleştirmek
combined
karışık
combined
kombine

Tüm elli eyaletin kombine nüfusu nedir? - What is the combined population of all 50 states ?

Kombine bir çaba düşünmeliyiz. - We should consider a combined effort.

combined
bileşik
combined
(Mukavele) birleştirilmiş
combin
(Bilgisayar) kombinasyon
combined
(Politika, Siyaset) ortak
combined
muhtelif
combiner
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) birleştirici
combiner
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) katıştırıcı
combining
birleştiren
combining
kaynaştırma
combining
birleştirerek

Modern Yunanca'da harfleri birleştirerek sesler oluşturabilirsiniz. Örneğin b sesi için μπ'yi, d sesi için ντ'yi, g sesi için γκ'yi ve c sesi için ise τζ'yi kullanabilirsiniz. - You can make sounds by combining letters in Modern Greek. For example you can use μπ to make the sound b, ντ to make the sound d, γκ to make the sound g and τζ to make the sound dj.

combinable
birleştirilebilir
combined
{f} birleştir

Yararlılık keyif ile birleştirilmelidir. - Usefulness must be combined with pleasantness.

Onlar bir hediye almak için paralarını birleştirdi. - They combined their money to buy a present.

combining
{f} birleştir

Modern Yunanca'da harfleri birleştirerek sesler oluşturabilirsiniz. Örneğin b sesi için μπ'yi, d sesi için ντ'yi, g sesi için γκ'yi ve c sesi için ise τζ'yi kullanabilirsiniz. - You can make sounds by combining letters in Modern Greek. For example you can use μπ to make the sound b, ντ to make the sound d, γκ to make the sound g and τζ to make the sound dj.

combinable
birlestirilebilir
combinable
kombine edilebilir
combined
birleşi
combined
birleştirildi
combined
birleştir(mek)
combiner
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Birden fazla kaynaktan gelen yüksek frekanslı sinyalleri,sinyal genliği gelen sinyallerin toplamı olacak şekilde uygun fazda ve gerekli empedans uyumu şartlarını da sağlayarak birleştiren elektronik devre,düzenek
combines
birleştirişler
combining
birleştir(mek)
to combine
birleştimek
to combine
mezcetmek
combined
{f} birleştir: adj.birleştirilmiş
combined
birleşmiş
combined
{f} birleştir: adj.kom
combined
(Askeri) MÜŞTEREK, KOMBİNE KARMA: Birleşik iki veya daha fazla kuvvet veya teşkilat arasındaki ikili veya daha fazla ittifak (tüm müttefikler ve kuvvetler dahil olmadığı zaman katılan ülkeler ve kuvvetler belirtilmelidir. Örneğin; Müşterek Deniz Kuvvetleri). Ayrıca bakınız: "joint"
combined
birlestir
combiner
katistirici, birlestirici
combining
birleştirme
combining
birlestir
İngilizce - İngilizce
London Underground
to bring (two or more things or activities) together; to unite
A short form for combine harvester
A concern, consortium or syndicate
to have two or more things or properties that function together
To join together or unite
{v} to unite, agree, link, join
add together from different sources; "combine resources"
In the game of casino, to play a card which will take two or more cards whose aggregate number of pips equals those of the card played
{i} harvesting machine; combination (especially of political or business interests)
an occurrence that results in things being united
harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field add together from different sources; "combine resources"
Add together two or more fields that are on the same domain; e g , latent heat flux plus sensible heat flux on a T42 grid with the same land mask
join for a common purpose or in a common action; "These forces combined with others
put or add together; "combine resources"
combine so as to form a whole; mix; "compound the ingredients"
If someone combines two activities, they do them both at the same time. It is possible to combine a career with being a mother He will combine the two jobs over the next three years
If you combine two or more things or if they combine, they join together to make a single thing. David Jacobs was given the job of combining the data from these 19 studies into one giant study Combine the flour with 3 tablespoons water to make a paste Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen combine chemically to form carbohydrates and fats Combined with other compounds, they created a massive dynamite-type bomb
harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field
harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field add together from different sources; "combine resources" join for a common purpose or in a common action; "These forces combined with others
To unite by affinity or natural attraction; as, two substances, which will not combine of themselves, may be made to combine by the intervention of a third
Community Business in the North East
{f} unite, join; come together; become one
join; unite
To stir together two or more ingredients until blended
If you combine two or more things or if they combine, they exist together. The Church has something to say on how to combine freedom with responsibility Relief workers say it's worse than ever as disease and starvation combine to kill thousands A stagnant economy combined with a surge in the number of teenagers is likely to have contributed to rising crime levels in the US
To bind; to hold by a moral tie
If someone or something combines two qualities or features, they have both those qualities or features at the same time. Their system seems to combine the two ideals of strong government and proportional representation. a clever, far-sighted lawyer who combines legal expertise with social concern Her tale has a consciously youthful tone and storyline, combined with a sly humour
gather in a mass, sum, or whole
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
To unite or join; to link closely together; to bring into harmonious union; to cause or unite so as to form a homogeneous substance, as by chemical union
A large self-propelled machine which harvests grain crops It has various attachments called headers designed for use in harvesting specific crops Wheat is harvested using the reel-type header; corn is harvested using a corn head; soybeans are harvested using a bean head
If two or more groups or organizations combine or if someone combines them, they join to form a single group or organization. an announcement by Steetley and Tarmac of a joint venture that would combine their operations Different states or groups can combine to enlarge their markets. = amalgamate
To mix thoroughly two or more ingredients
To combine ingredients, either mix or toss so that the ingredients are evenly distributed You can use a wooden spoon to toss
In the Part/Assembly environment, you can parametrically combine two parts, a base part (active part) and a toolbody part, by cutting, combining, or intersecting Before combining two parts, you position one instance of the toolbody part relative to the base part using assembly constraints, Move, or Rotate AMCOMBINE
a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service; "they set up the trust in the hope of gaining a monopoly"
join for a common purpose or in a common action; "These forces combined with others"
A combine is a group of people or organizations that are working or acting together. Veba, an energy-and-chemicals combine that is Germany's fourth-biggest company
have or possess in combination; "she unites charm with a good business sense"
To form a union; to agree; to coalesce; to confederate
integrate
combine harvester
A farming machine that harvests, threshes, and cleans grain plants
combine harvester
A combine harvester is a large machine which is used on farms to cut, sort, and clean grain. Farm machine used, mainly in developed countries, to harvest wheat and often other cereals. The mechanical ancestor of today's large combines was Cyrus H. McCormick's reaper, introduced in 1831. Threshing machines were powered first by men or animals, often using treadmills, later by steam engines and internal-combustion engines. The modern combine harvester, originally introduced in California 1875, came into wide use in the U.S. in the 1920s and '30s and in Britain in the 1940s. The self-propelled combine was introduced in 1940. The combine cuts the standing grain, threshes out the grain from the straw and chaff, cleans the grain, and empties it into bags or grain-storage facilities. It has greatly reduced harvesting time and labour; whereas in 1829 harvesting an acre of wheat required 14 man-hours, the modern combine requires less than 30 minutes
combined
Simple past tense and past participle of combine

The cook combined equal parts chocolate and vanilla batter in the cake.

combined
Total of parts; united

The combined efforts of the emergency workers kept the river from going over its banks, barely.

combinable
{a} capable of being combined
combined
{a} joined or united together, varied
Combined
(deyim) all rolled up in one

His brother is president and vice-president all rolled up in one.

combiner
(Elektrik, Elektronik) A diplexer is a device that combines radio frequency inputs from two or more radio transmitters into a single output, or, when used in the opposite direction, divides a single RF input into two or more outputs based on frequency using bandpass filters. Depending on how it is used, a diplexer may be called a combiner or splitter. The device is referred to as a duplexer in land mobile radio, where a receiver and transmitter are sometimes combined onto the same antenna. Though the basic goal is the same in all diplexers, there are massive variations in scale depending upon the application
To combine
ren
combinable
Capable of combining; consistent with
combinable
{s} mixable, can be blended, can be combined
combinable
able to or tending to combine
combined
{s} integrated, merged, joined, united
combined
added together -- " how many newspaper copies can they print combined?" (111)
combined
involving the joint activity of two or more; "the attack was met by the combined strength of two divisions"; "concerted action"; "the conjunct influence of fire and strong dring"; "the conjunctive focus of political opposition"; "a cooperative effort"; "a united effort"; "joint military activities"
combined
made or joined or united into one
combined
The combined size or quantity of two or more things is the total of their sizes or quantities added together. Such a merger would be the largest in US banking history, giving the two banks combined assets of some $146 billion = total
combined
ratio The sum of the expense ratio and the loss ratio A combined ratio under 100 percent indicates an underwriting profit; a combined ratio over 100 percent indicates an underwriting loss
combined
made or joined or united into one involving the joint activity of two or more; "the attack was met by the combined strength of two divisions"; "concerted action"; "the conjunct influence of fire and strong dring"; "the conjunctive focus of political opposition"; "a cooperative effort"; "a united effort"; "joint military activities
combined
Combined describes an outgoing trunk group that handles coin or non-coin 0+, 0-, and 1+ traffic
combined
A combined effort or attack is made by two or more groups of people at the same time. These refugees are looked after by the combined efforts of the host countries and non-governmental organisations. = joint
combined
Total of parts
combined
past of combine
combined
United closely; confederated; chemically united
combiner
  See maximal-ratio combiner
combiner
A signal-combining network that allows several discrete inputs to be added into a common bandwidth and that has high isolation between inputs Also may refer to a power-combining network
combiner
In a cryptographic context, a combiner is a mechanism which mixes two data sources into a single result A "combiner style cipher" refers to a stream cipher Reversible combiners are used to encipher plaintext into ciphertext in a stream cipher The ciphertext is then deciphered into plaintext using a related inverse or extractor mechanism Irreversible or non-invertible combiners are often used to mix multiple RNG's into a single confusion sequence, also for use in stream cipher designs Also see balanced combiner, additive combiner and complete, and The Story of Combiner Correlation: A Literature Survey, in the Literature Surveys and Reviews section of the Ciphers By Ritter page
combiner
A person who, or a thing that combines
combiner
One who, or that which, combines
combiner
Generic term referring to a Transformer composed of several smaller Transformers who unite to form one
combiner
{i} someone or something that combines
combines
plural of combine
combines
third-person singular of combine
combining
The joining of two or more materials by such processes as fastening, coating, and making composites
combining
present participle of combine
combining
an occurrence that results in things being united
combining
(v ) Joining messages together as they traverse a network Combining may be done to reduce the total traffic in the network, to reduce the number of times the start-up penalty of messaging is incurred, or to reduce the number of messages reaching a particular destination
combining
the act of combining things to form a new whole
combining
A combining financial statement is at a second level of aggregation below the top or combined level If each fund in a fund type is presented on one page this is a combining level For example, if special revenue funds have three funds, parks, schools, and libraries, then the combining level would present the three on the same page
combine