Bir terimin birleşik anlamından dolayı, bir niteleyicinin kullanımı benzemeyen örnekleri engeller. - An application of a qualifier precludes non-partaking instances from the compound meaning of a term.
(Askeri) BİLEŞİK HELİKOPTER: Helikopter pervanesinin tek başına yapabildiğinden daha fazla itme gücü sağlayan, böylece ileri hızın artmasına imkan tanıyan yardımcı bir itme sistemine sahip olan bir helikopterdir; pervane sisteminde gelmesi gereken kaldırmayı azaltmak üzere kanatlar bulunabilir veya bulunmayabilir
(Askeri) KOROZYON KORUYUCU BİLEŞİK: Pas veya korozyonu önlemek için metal yüzeylerine sürülen bir bileşik. Bu terim boya tabakalarından ayırt edilmeleri için genel olarak, su veya temizleme mahlulü ile giderilebilen bileşikler için kullanılır
That which is compounded or formed by the union or mixture of elements ingredients, or parts; a combination of simples; a compound word; the result of composition
make more intense, stronger, or more marked; "The efforts were intensified", "Her rudeness intensified his dislike for her"; "Potsmokers claim it heightens their awareness"; "This event only deepened my convictions"
A pure and homogeneous substance consisting of atoms or ions of different elements in definite proportions, usually having properties unlike those of its constituent elements A compound can be broken down into two or more other substances by chemical means [Neurolab Glossary, NASA, US, 1997] http: //neurolab jsc nasa gov/glosscd htm
A substance formed by a union of two or more elements in a definite proportion by weight
create by mixing or combining calculate principal and interest of leaf shapes; of leaves composed of several similar parts or lobes consisting of two or more substances or ingredients or elements or parts; "soap is a compound substance"; "housetop is a compound word"; "a blackberry is a compound fruit
In grammar, a compound sentence is one that is made up of two or more main clauses. Compare complex
If something is a compound of different things, it consists of those things. Honey is basically a compound of water, two types of sugar, vitamins and enzymes. = mixture
an enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient) a whole formed by a union of two or more elements or parts (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight put or add together; "combine resources"
A substance which has its own properties but which can be broken down into other substances A compound is made of only one kind of molecule Chemists break down compounds using special chemical methods which may include heat, electricity, and adding other substances to the compounds
a combination of two or more words that is used as a single word The three different types of compound are noun compound, adjective compound and verb compound
also composed; an attack or riposte incorporating one or more feints to the opposite line that the action finishes in
a compound is made up of two or more elements combined after a chemical reaction The salt on your kitchen table is a compound It is made out of sodium, which is a silvery metal, and chlorine, which is a greenish gas But salt is not silver or green, and it's not a metal or a gas The little white crystals of salt were made when sodium and chloride chemically reacted with each other and changed into something completely new - salt! (Back to Ozone Action! Days)
A mixture of resin and the ingredients necessary to modify the resin to a form suitable for processing into finished articles
A union of two or more ingredients in definite proportions by weight, so combined as to form a distinct substance; as, water is a compound of oxygen and hydrogen
A combination of two or more elements, bonded together in some way It has different physical and chemical properties from the elements it is made of Compounds are often difficult to split into their elements and can only be separated by chemical reactions
A substance formed by the chemical combination of two or more elements in fixed proportion The elements lose their individual chemical properties and the compound has new properties
In chemistry, a compound is a substance that consists of two or more elements. Organic compounds contain carbon in their molecules
A model consisting of two or more polyhedra Compounds of interest usually have an interesting symmetry group overall, and the polyhedra usually have their symmetry groups at least partially aligned, share a common centre, and are often all the same It is also common to have a compound of a polyhedron with its dual
Compound is used to indicate that something consists of two or more parts or things. a tall shrub with shiny compound leaves. the compound microscope. = composite simple
To effect a composition; to come to terms of agreement; to agree; to settle by a compromise; usually followed by with before the person participating, and for before the thing compounded or the consideration
kind of matter composed of atoms of two or more elements chemically combined in fixed proportions; substance that can be chemically decomposed into two or more elements
(chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
A compound is a pure and homogeneous substance consisting of atoms or ions of different elements in definite proportions, usually having properties unlike those of its constituent elements A compound can be broken down into two or more other substances by chemical means
a word formed by writing two or more words as one; for example "laptop", formed from "lap" and "top"
A substance made by combining two or more parts or elements; water is a chemical compound made from hydrogen and oxygen
In chemistry, a compound is substance that is made by combining two or more elements to form another
A formula or "recipe" of rubber composing a particular tire Different tracks require different tire compounds "Left-side" tires are considerably softer than "right-side" tires and it's against the rules to run left sides on the right
A compound is an enclosed area of land that is used for a particular purpose. Police fired on them as they fled into the embassy compound. a military compound. = enclosure
When talking about tires, the firmer (harder) the compound, the longer life it will have, but it won't have as much grip as a softer tire would Most racers use a firm compound tire as the racing surface heats up during the day A softer compound tire is best used when the track is cool, such as in the morning or late evening Examples of these compounds include our 20R tires (our softest), 23R, 27R (medium), 33R and 35R (our firmest)
To compound a problem, difficulty, or mistake means to make it worse by adding to it. Additional bloodshed and loss of life will only compound the tragedy The problem is compounded by the medical system here. = add to. Any substance composed of identical molecules consisting of atoms of two or more elements. Millions are known, each unique, with unique properties. Most common materials are mixtures of compounds. Pure compounds can be obtained by physical separation methods, such as precipitation and distillation. Compounds can be broken down into their constituents to various degrees or changed into new compounds by chemical reactions. Atoms always combine into molecules in fixed proportions, distinguishing compounds from solutions and other mechanical mixtures. Compounds are often classified as inorganic and organic compounds; coordination complexes, which contain metal atoms (usually transition elements) bonded to ligands that may be organic, are somewhat in between. Compounds may also be classified by whether they have ionic or covalent bonds (many include both types). acrylic compound aromatic compound heterocyclic compound inorganic compound nitro compound organic compound
To modify or change by combination with some other thing or part; to mingle with something else
A compound fracture is a fracture in which the broken bone sticks through the skin. A fracture in which broken bone fragments lacerate soft tissue and protrude through an open wound in the skin. a broken bone that cuts through someone's skin
Compound interest is interest that is calculated both on an original sum of money and on interest which has previously been added to the sum. Compare simple interest. Interest computed on the accumulated unpaid interest as well as on the original principal. interest that is calculated on both the sum of money lent or borrowed and on the unpaid interest already earned or charged simple interest
any of a class of compounds having five-membered ring heterocycles (or their benzo derivatives) which possess a sextet of π-electrons in association with the atoms comprising the ring, but which cannot be represented by any one covalent or polar structure; typically the ring structure contains both positive and negative delocalised charges which cannot be associated with any one ring atom, and the negative charge can also be associated with a conjugated exocyclic atom (typically oxygen, sulfur, or nitrogen)
Degradable organic compounds containing carbon–phosphorus bonds (thus excluding phosphate and phosphite esters, which lack this kind of bonding), used primarily in pest control as an alternative to chlorinated hydrocarbons that persist in the environment
Interest earned on interest previously earned and reinvested For example, if a security paid a fixed interest rate of 10% annually and an investor invested $500, by the end of the first year the investor would have earned $50 in interest If that interest was reinvested, the investor would enter the second year with $550 invested At the end of the second year, the investor would have earned $55 in interest -- earning an extra $5 in interest thanks to the reinvestment of the first year's interest
When interest is applied to the initial amount of money invested and any interest earned previously on that initial amount For an example, if you invest $50 a year for two years at 5% interest rate, you will receive $2 50 the first year and $2 63 the second year
Earnings on an investment's earnings For example, if you invest $1,000 at a fixed rate of 5 percent per year, your initial investment is worth $1,050 after one year During the second year, assuming the same rate of return, earnings are based not on the original $1,000 investment, but also on the $50 in first-year earnings Over time, compounding can produce significant growth in the value of an investment
The process by which any investment gains build up not only on the money originally invested, but also on gains made in previous years Also used to describe the frequency with which banks add interest onto principal The more often this happens (some banks compound daily), the higher your effective yield
Interest paid on interest, resulting in a geometric rate of increase on the initial principal For example, a $100 investment that earns 5% generates $5 per year With compounding, it would generate $5 the first year, making a new basis of $105; then $5 25 the next year, for a basis of $110 25; $5 51 the next year; and so on In a mutual fund, reinvesting dividends and capital gains takes advantage of the power of compounding
Earnings on an investment's gains, which, over time, can produce significant growth in the value of an investment For example, if your investments earn 10% a year for five years, you earn 61 1%, not 50% That's because, as time goes on, you make money not only on your original investment, but also on your accumulated gains from previous years
The arithmetic process of finding the final value of an investment or series of investments when compound interest is applied That is, interest is earned on the interest as well as on the initial principal
When you put money in the bank, it earns interest When that interest earns interest, the result is a "compound" interest In your retirement plan account, if income from bonds or dividends from stocks or mutual funds are reinvested into your account, their earnings compound as well Compounding can help your balance increase faster
The effect that interest has on a sum of money when the interest rate is applied to both the initial sum invested as well as the interest that has already been received on that sum For example, if $100 is invested for two years at a 5% interest rate, the investor will receive $5 the first year and $5 25 the second year This is because during the second year the interest rate is applied to the initial investment ($100) as well as the interest received from the first year ($5) Because of compounding, each interest payment is greater than the one prior to it; therefore the rate at which an investment grows increases over time (assuming compounding of interest and a fixed interest rate)
All going well, this year you will earn a positive return on your investment Next year, all going well, you will earn a return on your initial investment plus a return on your year one returns When your returns are reinvested and then provide you more returns in subsequent years, you are benefiting from compounding Compounding occurs if you reinvest any returns, whether the returns are interest income, bond income or dividends from stocks or mutual funds Thanks to compounding, your investment may grow quickly
Financial advisers love to talk about the magic of compounding What magic? If your investments make 10% a year for five years, you earn not 50% but 61 1% Here's the reason: As time goes on, you make money not only on your original investment but also on your accumulated gains from earlier years See "The Power of Compounding " BACK TO TOP
When interest is earned on past interest this is called compounding For instance, if there is 5% on $100 for a year, then the next year the interest will be not only on the $100 but on the 5 dollars of interest earned
Interest, dividends or capital gains accrued on both an original investment and its reinvested earnings When earnings are reinvested, you buy additional shares, which, in turn purchase even more shares
Refers to earning income on your income For example, on fixed income investments that pay interest over time at periodic intervals, compounding means making interest on your initial investment and also on the interest as it builds up (i e , earning interest on your interest)
if x and y are well formed formulas, and provided that no variable which is free in one is quantified in the other, then the following are all well formed formulas: <x^y>, <x v y>, <x É y> Eg: <0 = 0 v ~0 = 0>
[ käm-'paund, k&m-', 'k ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English compounen Middle French componre, compondre (“to put together”) Latin componere com- (“together”) + ponere (“to put”). As a noun "things which have been put together".
Possibly from Malay kampong, kampung (“group of buildings, village”).
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