construct

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İngilizce - Türkçe
inşa etmek
{f} dikmek
{f} çizmek
inşa et,v.inşa et: n.yapı
{f} düzenlemek
{f} kurmak
imal etmek
inşa et

On altıncı yüzyılda Osmanlı Türkleri Akdeniz ve Kızıldeniz'i birleştirmek için Mısır'da bir kanal inşa etmeye teşebbüs ettiler. - In the sixteenth century Ottoman Turks attempted to construct a canal in Egypt to unite Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea.

yapmak
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Daha basit izlenimlerden oluşan karmaşık bir eğilim
yapı

Yeni bir yol yapım aşamasındadır. - A new road is under construction.

Bizim zamanı biraz daha yapıcı kullanmamız gerektiğini düşünüyorum. - I think we should use our time a bit more constructively.

çiz/kur
geometrik olarak çizrnek
düşünce

Tom'un yapıcı düşünceleri var. - Tom has constructive ideas.

Düşünceniz çok yapıcı. - Your opinion is very constructive.

resmetmek
{f} yapmak, inşa etmek, bina etmek, kurmak, tertip etmek
bina edilen şey
{f} (Geometri) çizmek
yapılan şey
imar etmek
tertip etmek
iskeletini çizmek
construction
inşaat

Tom'un inşaat işçisi olan bir oğlu var. - Tom has a son who is a construction worker.

Onların eski inşaat ekipmanları var. - They have old construction equipment.

construction
yapı

En sağdaki şerit yapım aşamasındadır. - The rightmost lane is now under construction.

Bina yapım aşamasındadır. - The building is under construction.

construction
{i} inşa

Bir vinç ağır inşaat malzemelerini kaldırır. - A crane raises heavy construction materials.

Onların eski inşaat ekipmanları var. - They have old construction equipment.

construct a dam
baraj inşa etmek
construct a dam
baraj yapmak
construct a pond
gölet yapmak
construct a profile
profilini çıkarmak
construct a profile
profil çıkarmak
construct a profile
profilini çıkartmak
construct a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel yapmak
construct a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel inşa etmek
construct validity
(Dilbilim) kurgusal geçerlilik
construct validity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yapısal geçerlilik
construct validity
(Dilbilim) kurgusal geçerlik
construct for
için yapı
construct barriers
(Askeri) Barikatlar, engeller, kurmak
construction
{i} (Geometri) çizim
constructor
müteahhit/yapıcı
constructed
yapılı
constructing
inşaat

Dün yeni aşama inşaatını tamamladık. - Yesterday, we finished constructing the new stage.

constructing
inşa etme
construction
(Biyokimya) kurgu
construction
anlam
construction
{i} inşa etme
construction
konstrüksiyon
constructions
(Ticaret) yapılar
constructions
inşaat
constructor
kuran
constructor
müteahhit
constructor
kurucu
constructor
inşaat müteahhiti
construction
yapı endüstrisi
construction
bina

Yeni istasyon binası inşaat halinde ve yakında tamamlanacak. - The new station building is under construction and will be completed soon.

Binanın inşaatı önümüzdeki yıl başlayacaktır. - The construction of the building will be started next year.

construction
tümce yapısı
construction
tümce kuruluşu
construction
anlam verme
construction
dikinti
construction
yapım

En sağdaki şerit yapım aşamasındadır. - The rightmost lane is now under construction.

Bina yapım aşamasındadır. - The building is under construction.

constructed
inşa edilmiş

Bu şimdiye kadar ülkemizde inşa edilmiş en büyük tanker. - This is the largest tanker that has ever been constructed in our country.

construction
inşat
construction
yapılış
constructor
yapıcı
constructors
yapıcılar
under construct
yapı altında
constructing
bloklama
construction
(Tıp) His ile idrak etme
construction
{i} yapma
construction
anlam/inşaat/inşa
construction
geometrik şeklin çizilişi
construction
{i} çizim
construction
bear a construction belli bir anlam taşımak
construction
{i} yorum
construction
(Anatomi) kuruluş, yapı
construction
{i} dilb. yapı, inşa, tertip
construction
{i} yorum, tefsir
construction
construction drawing proje çizimi
construction
tertip
construction
inşa tarzı
construction
(Hukuk) zihinsel inşa
construction
(Hukuk) hukuki belgelerin veya hükümlerin özünü ortaya koyucu yorumlama
construction
tasarım
construction
(Hukuk) genel anlamı belirleme
construction
(Hukuk) kurgulama
construction
kurma
constructor
inşaatçı
constructor
{i} usta
empirical construct
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ampirik kurgu
hypothetical construct
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) farazi kurgu
personal construct
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişisel kurgu
role construct repertory test
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rol kurgusu repertuarı testi
role construct theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rol kurgusu teorisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something constructed from parts

The artwork was a construct of wire and tubes.

Similarly, to build (a sentence or an argument) by arranging words or ideas

A sentence may be constructed with a subject, verb and object.

To draw (a geometric figure) by following precise specifications and using geometric tools and techniques

Construct a circle that touches each vertex of the given triangle.

A concept or model

Bohr's theoretical construct of the atom was soon superseded by quantum mechanics.

To build or form (something) by assembling parts

We constructed the radio from spares.

{v} to build, form, compile
Asks candidates to present a variety of information in a diagrammatic or tabular form
A data structure used for a particular purpose
create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts; "construct a proof"; "construct an argument"
{f} build, assemble, put together
reassemble mentally; "reconstruct the events of 20 years ago"
put together out of components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"
A psychological characteristic that is considered to vary across individuals A construct is not directly observable, but it is a theoretical concept derived from research and experience that has been constructed to explain observable behavior patterns
An idea or concept invented to explain an aspect of human behavior or some other nonphysical characteristic Example: hostility
To create new elements with previously measured or constructed elements
create by linking linguistic units; "construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph"
Make; build; put together items or arguments
create by linking linguistic units; "construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph
The working hypothesis or concept
a digital copy of a human's persona/psyche Not really self aware, but capable of make decisions like that of the original [p 49]
draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions; "construct an equilateral triangle" make by combining materials and parts; "this little pig made his house out of straw"; "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer" create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts; "construct a proof"; "construct an argument" create by linking linguistic units; "construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph
to form by assembling, or combining parts; to build
Something constructed by the mind: The novel a verbal construct in which invented human characters appear -Anthony Burgess JavaTM has constructs for objects, methods, loops, etc
an attribute of an individual or a phenomenon that is not directly observable, but which is theoretically based or is inferred from empirical evidence (e g , a teacher being enthusiastic about the subject area) See Attribute, Operational Definition, Operationalize, Valildity-Construct
A block of statements, beginning with CASE, DO, IF, FORALL, or WHERE statement, and ending with the appropriate termination statement
If you construct something such as a building, road, or machine, you build it or make it. The French constructed a series of fortresses from Dunkirk on the Channel coast to Douai The boxes should be constructed from rough-sawn timber They thought he had escaped through a specially constructed tunnel. = build
To put together the constituent parts of (something) in their proper place and order; to build; to form; to make; as, to construct an edifice
To devise; to invent; to set in order; to arrange; as, to construct a theory of ethics
If you construct something such as an idea, a piece of writing, or a system, you create it by putting different parts together. He eventually constructed a business empire which ran to Thailand and Singapore The novel is constructed from a series of on-the-spot reports. using carefully constructed tests. = create
the variable as represented by the hierarchy of the agents
Entalin Constructs are created artificial life forms, similar to what we would consider a robot The difference being that constructs are composed of hyperwave energy used to generate a static kinetic "field" that gives the construct substance In "magic" based RPGs the equivalent would be a golem There are many many different types of Entalin constructs Entalins used them for everything humans would use a robot for, including security, labor, and service Constructs each have their own AI, and all operate differently
make by combining materials and parts; "this little pig made his house out of straw"; "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer"
A sequence of statements that starts with a SELECT CASE, DO, IF, or WHERE statement and ends with the corresponding terminal statement
structure of data together with its intended meaning
A complex concept that goes beyond things or events; the term is used when a concept relates to relationships among things and/or events and their properties More inference is required in the process of abstracting the properties identified by the construct Example: drunkenness (drinking in excess, which can result from antecedents other than just beer drinking, with various connected characteristics and consequences)
An informed, scientific idea developed or generated to describe or explain behavior; some examples of constructs include "intelligence," "personality," "anxiety," and "job satisfaction," 14, 173
A sequence of statements starting with a SELECT CASE, DO, IF, or WHERE statement and ending with the corresponding terminal statement
(n ) a sequence of statements starting with a CASE, DO,IF or WHERE statement and ending with the corresponding terminal statement
To build up, to compose, to draw
build; make
To assemble and combine construction materials and methods to make a structure
{i} pattern; concept
an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
A PL/SQL code structure There are two types of constructs: non-value constructs do not return a value; value constructs return a value
Formed by, or relating to, construction, interpretation, or inference
draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions; "construct an equilateral triangle"
construct state
{i} (in Semitic languages) status constructus, inflected form of a noun dependent on a following noun with the combination indicating a genitive relationship
construction
Anything that has been constructed

The engineer marvelled at his construction.

construction
A (usually non-representational) structure, such as a collage etc

Construction in string and clockwork took first prize.

construction
The meaning or interpretation of a text, action etc.; the way something is viewed by an observer or onlooker

He had considered sending Lucille away to stay with relations. But then people might have put the worst construction on it – might believe she had done something she shouldn't have.

construction
A geometric figure of arcs and line segments that is drawable with a straightedge and compass
constructor
A class method (in object-oriented programming) that creates and initializes each instance of an object
constructor
A person who, or thing that constructs
construction
{n} a building or making, a meaning, order
constructed
{s} built
Construction
const

This grammatical construction is archaic. - This is an archaic grammatical construction.

This is an archaic grammatical construction. - This grammatical construction is archaic.

To construct
extruct
constructed
past of construct
constructing
Present participle of to construct
construction
The way in which something is put together
construction
Includes establishments engaged in "construction" activities such as new work, additions, alterations, and repairs Major areas are general contractors, special trade contractors, and operative builders
construction
Expenditures for new school construction, including renovation and expansion They also include expenditures on land, existing buildings, and equipment for new and remodeled facilities back to top
construction
The act or process of constructing
construction
drawing a figure satisfying certain conditions as part of solving a problem or proving a theorem; "the assignment was to make a construction that could be used in proving the Pythagorean theorem"
construction
the creation of a construct; the process of combining ideas into a congruous object of thought
construction
An artistic composition such as a collage etc
construction
Roadway improvements directed toward increasing the capacity of the facility either by the addition of new through lanes or new construction
construction
a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit; "I concluded from his awkward constructions that he was a foreigner"
construction
The act of turning a musical idea into a specific phrase
construction
The legal process of interpreting a phrase or document; of trying to find it's meaning Whether it be a contract or a statute, there are times when a phrase may be unclear or of several meanings Then, either lawyers or judges must attempt to interpret or "construct" the probable aim and purpose of the phrase, by extrapolating from other parts of the document or, in the case of statutes, referring to a interpretation law which gives legal construction guidelines Generally, there are two types of construction methods: literal (strict) or liberal
construction
The process or art of constructing; the act of building; erection; the act of devising and forming; fabrication; composition
construction
the creation of a construct; the process of combining ideas into a congruous object of thought a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit; "I concluded from his awkward constructions that he was a foreigner"
construction
Construction is the building of things such as houses, factories, roads, and bridges. He'd already started construction on a hunting lodge. the only nuclear power station under construction in Britain. the downturn in the construction industry demolition
construction
The arrangement and connection of words in a sentence; syntactical arrangement
construction
Includes building, erecting, altering, reconstructing, moving upon or any physical operations on the premises which are required for construction Excavation, fill, paving, drainage, and the like, shall be considered as part of construction
construction
The systematic act or process of building, erecting, or constructing buildings, roads, or other structures
construction
- this activity includes services for construction or repair of a house, building or any structure
construction
Any on site activity which will result in the creation of a new surface water management system, or the abandonment or alteration of an existing surface water management system, including the building, assembling, expansion or recontouring of the property; the erection of buildings or other structures, or any part thereof; or land clearing
construction
A type of element that is placed as a guideline from which to compose actual elements in a design
construction
the commercial activity involved in constructing buildings; "their main business is home construction"; "workers in the building trades"
construction
The construction of something such as a vehicle or machine is the making of it. companies who have long experience in the construction of those types of equipment With the exception of teak, this is the finest wood for boat construction
construction
The process or art of constructing; the act of building
construction
A grammatical construction is a particular arrangement of words in a sentence, clause, or phrase. Avoid complex verbal constructions. = structure. building construction lift slab construction light frame construction pole construction
construction
The process of constructing
construction
A building, model or some other structure
construction
an interpretation of a text or action; "they put an unsympathetic construction on his conduct"
construction
{i} act of building; something that has been built; meaning
construction
(Type de construction) Type of materials used in constructing a building (e g wood frame, brick, stone, brick veneer)
construction
The manner in which something is built
construction
The trade of building structures
construction
The fabrication, erection or installation of a stationary air emissions source or modification of such source APC Rule 1200-3-2- 01
construction
an interpretation of a text or action; "they put an unsympathetic construction on his conduct
construction
The legal process of interpreting a phrase or document; of trying to find it's meaning Whether it is a contract or a statute, there are times when a phrase may be unclear or have several possible meanings Then, either lawyers or judges must attempt to interpret or "construct" the probable aim and purpose of the phrase, by extrapolating from other parts of the document or, in the case of statutes, referring to rules of interpretation, or the Interpretation Act which gives legal construction guidelines Generally, there are several types of construction methods including: literal (strict) or liberal
construction
(1) The carpet manufacturing method, usually tufted, woven or bonded (2) The term also can refer to the specific details of a particular carpet's specification, including fiber type, yarn twist level, density, method of dyeing, etc
construction
the act of constructing or building something; "during the construction we had to take a detour"; "his hobby was the building of boats"
construction
You can refer to an object that has been built or made as a construction. The British pavilion is an impressive steel and glass construction the size of Westminster Abbey. = structure
construction
a thing constructed; a complex construction or entity; "the structure consisted of a series of arches"; "she wore her hair in an amazing construction of whirls and ribbons"
construction
The manufacturing method (i e tufted, woven) and the final arrangement of fiber and backing materials as stated in its specification
construction
Any activity that directly alters the environment, excluding surveying or mapping
construction
The construction of something such as a system is the creation of it. the construction of a just system of criminal justice. = creation
construction
The third phase of the Unified Process, in which the software is brought from an executable architectural baseline to the point at which it is ready to be transitioned to the user community
construction
You use construction to refer to the structure of something and the way it has been built or made. The Shakers believed that furniture should be plain, simple, useful, practical and of sound construction The chairs were light in construction yet extremely strong
construction
The method of construing, interpreting, or explaining a declaration or fact; an attributed sense or meaning; understanding; explanation; interpretation; sense
construction
A group of words arranged to form a meaningful phrase
construction
the process of building, altering, repairing, remodeling, improving or demolishing any public structure or building or other public improvements of any kind to any public real property It does NOT include routine maintenance, repair or operation of existing structures, buildings or real property
construction
The activity in software development comprising detailed design, coding, unit testing, and debugging This activity is also commonly known as "coding", "implementation", and "programming"
construction
The process of creating facilities, typically according the designers' plans and specifications
construction
The form or manner of building or putting together the parts of anything; structure; arrangement
construction
The action required to complete a model starting with no more prefabrication than the amount used in the average kit Model rockets that are completely prefabricated and require only a few minutes of unskilled effort for their completion, or in which many normally separate pieces are pre-assembled are not considered to require construction One-piece plastic fin units are not prohibited per se, but as such depend on the of prefabrication of the rest of the model
constructions
plural of construction
constructor
A racing car constructor or aircraft constructor is a company that builds cars or aircraft. a company or person that builds things
constructor
A special class method that has the same name as the class and is used to construct and possibly initialize objects of its class type
constructor
The name of the constructor is "make-" followed by the name of the structure, e g make-foo The number of arguments accepted by the constructor is the same as the number of slots; the arguments are the initial values for the slots, and the order of the arguments matches the order of the slot definitions
constructor
In AIPS++, an instance of a tool is made or constructed by a special type of global function called a constructor In C++, a function provided by a class to instantiate an object, i e to name and initialize it A class may also have a destructor function to destroy objects of that class
constructor
the function that runs when an Object is created This sets up the Object It is the class function in ecma, though usually its a different routine with the same name as the class in other langs
constructor
A constructor is a function provided to instantiate an object, i e to create the object and initialize it In Perfect, constructors are declared using the keyword build The parameter list is enclosed in curly brackets to reflect the syntax of a constructor call You never omit "{}" even if the constructor parameter list is empty Constructors have no side-effects, so changeable parameters are not permitted Constructors may have preconditions, but constructor preconditions cannot refer to the current object, because there isn't one at the start of the call It follows that a constructor which takes no parameters cannot have a meaningful precondition
constructor
An initialization function for the objects of a class Constructors have the same name as their class
constructor
A method that is invoked automatically when a new instance of a class is created Constructors are used to initialize the variables of the newly created object The constructor method has the same name as the class
constructor
A pseudo-method that creates an object In the JavaTM programming language, constructors are instance methods with the same name as their class Constructors are invoked using the new keyword Constructors differ from methods in that they return no data type, they have the same name as the class, and have public visibility (except for abstract classes which appropriately have protected visibility)
constructor
someone who contracts for and supervises construction (as of a building)
constructor
(n ) A pseudo-method that creates an object In the JavaTM programming language, constructors are instance methods with the same name as their class Constructors are invoked using the new keyword
constructor
The remaining objects that `contain' sub-elements are all object constructors of some sort or another They combine the sub-elements into a compound mathematical object such as a constant, set, list, or a function application For example, the lambda element constructs a function definition from a list of variables and an expression while the apply element constructs a function application By function application we mean the result of applying the first element of the apply (the function) to the zero or more remaining elements (the arguments) A function application represents an object in the range of the function For each given combination of type and order of XML children, the signature of a constructor indicates the type (and sometimes subtype) of the resulting object
constructor
A method that creates an object In the Java language, constructors are instance methods with the same name as their class Java constructors are invoked using the new keyword
constructor
Any entity performing construction Can be a contractor or the owner's own forces Constructor is not a widely used term but is less ambiguous than "contractor", which could mean any two parties that have a contract Back to top
constructor
A class (in object-oriented programming) that creates and initializes each instance of an object
constructor
A function that has the same name as its class It is executed automatically whenever an object is created from the class A constructor is a method that creates an instance of an object It usually sets the object's fields to default values - "default constructor", otherwise it sets these fields to user specified values, in which case it is called a "parameterised constructor" In both cases an object is created which can be used in your program
constructor
A class member function that is called whenever a new call object is created Default constructors have no parameters Alternate (or non-default) constructors can have parameters There can be several constructors for a given class
constructor
A constructer
constructor
{i} builder, someone or something which builds
constructor
The code which specifies how to make an instance of a class Its name matches the name of the class A constructor is a class member See the chapter on Classes and Objects
constructor
A JScript function that has two special features: It is invoked by the new operator It is passed the address of a newly created object through the this keyword
constructor
A method that is called when a new instance is created Constructor methods are used to initialize the new instance
constructor
This is a special method that is called whenever a class is instantiated (Using Objects - Slide 19)
constructor
A pseudo-method that creates an object In Java, constructors are instance methods with the same name as their class Java constructors are invoked using the new keyword
constructor
A method that creates an object In the C++ and Java languages, constructors are instance methods that have the same name as their class Constructors are invoked by using the new keyword
constructor
A special member function of a class, used to create and initialize objects of that class
constructor
A method named after its class A constructor method is invoked when an object of that class is made
constructor
A method called to set up a new instance of a class
constructor
—A method that is automatically called when an object is created The constructor is used to initialize the object and place it in a valid state (e g , setting the values of member variables) The constructor method always has the same identifier as the class in which it is defined See Destructor
constructor
Member function with the same name as the class It constructs objects of the class type Invoked when associated type used in a definition
constructors
plural of constructor
constructs
Third person singular simple present form of to construct
constructs
Plural of construct
constructs
In empirical research, labels for properties that are indirectly observable For example, "gravity" can't be seen but rather is a construct used to explain observations like the falling of objects toward the earth (See also Indicator and Variable )
constructs
To set in order mentally; to arrange
constructs
Document type definitions (DTDs), style sheet (i e FOSI, DSSSL), and SGML/XML tag narrative definitions
constructs
Implied or actual parts of a program which define the order in which the statements or instructions in the program are to be executed 2 2 5, p18
construct