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Definition von a group im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

group
grup

Bir grup çete parayı çaldı. - A group of gangsters stole money.

Bir grup milis onu gördü ve ateş açmaya başladı. - A group of militia saw him and began shooting.

cohort
(Askeri) Askeri müfreze
cohort
{i} topluluk
group
takım

Çalışma grubundaki iyi takım ruhu olumlu olarak değerlendirilir. - The good team spirit in the work group is valued positively.

group
{f} gruplandırmak
group
{f} sınıflandırmak
group
{f} toplanmak
cohort
arkadaş
cohort
takım
cohort
destekçi
group
(Bilgisayar) gruplandır

İtalyanca fiiller üç çekim halinde gruplandırılır. - Italian verbs are grouped into three conjugations.

Mary'nin elbiseleri tipine ve rengine göre gruplandırılmış. - Mary's clothes are grouped by type and color.

group
öğür
group
grup oluşturmak

Bir grup oluşturmak için bir araya geldik. - We came together to form a group.

group
(Biyokimya) yığın
group
(Bilgisayar) yeni program grubu
group
(Bilgisayar) küme grup
group
sosyal grup
group
gruplaştırmak
group
gruplamak
group
bir grupta toplamak
group
(İstatistik) sınıf

Sınıf dört gruba ayrıldı. - The class was divided into four groups.

group
filo
group
ekip

Ekip küçük gruplara ayrıldı. - The team was divided into smaller groups.

a group of
bir grup
cohort
aynı yaşlı takson veya bireylerin oluşturduğu grup
cohort
türküm
cohort
bir lejyonun onda biri
cohort
yandaş
group
türkümleşmek
group
türküm
group
topluluk

Emperyalizm, güçlü zümrelerin başka topluluklara hükmederek imtiyazlarını koruyup genişletmeye çalıştığı ideoloji ve pratiktir. - Imperialism is an ideology and practice of powerful groups trying to secure or expand their privileges via dominating other groups.

Ek olarak yaşlılar birbirleriyle sosyalleşebilsin ve Amerikan hayatının aktif üyeleri olarak kalabilsinler diye birçok topluluk kurulmuştur. - In addition many groups have been formed so that the elderly can socialize with one another and remain active participants in American life.

group
gruplaşmak
group
gruplara ayrılmak
group
küme
group
türkümlere ayırmak
group
türkümlemek
group
{f} gruplaştır
group
kafil
a group of
bir gurup
cohort
{i} kalabalık
cohort
{i} (insanlardan oluşan) grup
cohort
{i} lejyonun onda biri
cohort
{i} hempa, suç ortağı
cohort
{i} yandaş, taraftar, destekçi
cohort
{i} kohort

Sürpriz, sürpriz: Tom ve onun kohortu. - Surprise, surprise: it's Tom and his cohort.

group
heyet
group
{i} kütle
group
{i} öbek
group
{i} kafile
group
yan yana
group
aynı zamanda teşekkü1 ettiği farzolunan kaya tabakaları
group
(Tıp) Kimyasal bileşim hususunda birbirine benzer maddeler takımı
group
{i} manga
group
birbiri ile benzerlikleri olan hayvan veya bitki sınıfı
group
{f} grupla

O, ırkçı gruplarla temas halinde olduğunu mahkemede itiraf etti. - He confessed in court that he was in touch with racist groups.

O grupla bağlantıları kesmelisin. - You should cut off your connections with that group.

group
{i} filo (İng.)
group
(isim) grup, küme, öbek, takım, topluluk, heyet, kafile, manga, filo (İng.), kütle
group
kısım
group
ulam
group
benzer nitelikli öğeler grubu
group
(Askeri) GRUP: 1. İki veya daha çok tabur ya da iki veya daha çok filo grubundan oluşan, elastik bir idari ve taktik birlik. Terim; muharebe destek ve hizmet destek birliklerine de uygulanır. 2. Özel bir amaç için tasarlanmış, normal olarak, bir kuvvetin tali bir bölümü halinde, bir miktar gemi veya hava aracı. 3. Bir bütün halinde çalışan, birçok parçalardan meydana gelmiş, mekanik bir düzen. 4. Haberlerin gönderilmesinde veya kriptolanmasında bir birim meydana getiren bir veya daha çok sembol. Ayrıca bakınız: "army group", "boat group", "embarkation element (unit) (group) ", "tactical air control group", "tractor group", "transport group (amphibious)"
Englisch - Englisch
cohort
group
A small number (up to about fifty) of galaxies that are near each other
group
To come together to form a group
group
An element of an espresso machine from which hot water pours into the portafilter
group
A collection of formations or rock strata
group
A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group
group
A column in the periodic table of chemical elements
group
An air force formation
group
{v} to form into a cluster or assemblage
group
{n} a cluster, crowd, huddle
Group
diphtheria
group
If a number of things or people are grouped together or group together, they are together in one place or within one organization or system. The fact sheets are grouped into seven sections The G-7 organization groups together the world's seven leading industrialized nations We want to encourage them to group together to act as a big purchaser. see also grouping, blood group, ginger group, pressure group. Joint Photographic Experts Group Union Group ABO blood group system Altria Group Inc. Armed Islamic Group Bloomsbury group Camden Town Group ethnic group American Volunteer Group functional group Group Theatre group theory group therapy linkage group Local Group Rh blood group system Royal Dutch/Shell Group Seven Group of
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A mathematical system consisting of a set with an operation between elements of the set and the properties that the operation is associative (i e (ab)c = a(bc)), has an "identity element" (i e 1a = a for all a), and all elements have inverses (i e an a with aa = 1) Groups are used pervasively in mathematics, and they often express symmetry properties of other sets or objects
group
The level in the National Vegetation Classification Standard hierarchy below subclass based on leaf characteristics and identified and named in conjunction with broadly defined macroclimatic types to provide a structural-geographic orientation (Grossman et al , 1998) See table under USNVC
group
A logical collection of devices within a domain Unlike a subnet, devices are grouped together without regard for their physical location in the domain The number of groups to which a device may belong is determined by the number of available address table entries on it This number is net by the neuron application, but may not exceed 15 Groups and group membership are defined by the NSS during binding
group
A mathematical structure consisting of a finite or infinite set together with a binary operation called group multiplication satisfying certain axioms; see Section A 3 for more information
group
In Windows NT user manager, an account that contains other accounts, which are called members Permissions and rights granted to a group are also provided to its members, making groups a convenient way to grant common capabilities to collections of user accounts
group
A mathematical structure in which elements are combined A nonempty set G is a group if: 1) The set G is closed under the binary operator *, that is, for any two elements g, h in G, g* h is in G 2) The operator * is associative, that is, for any a, b, c in G, a*(b*c) = (a*b)*c 3) There exists an identity element e in G, such that for any element g in G, g* e = e* g = g 4) For every element g in G there is an inverse h in G such that, g* h = h* g = e, the identity
group
A set with an associative binary operation, under which there exists an identity element, and such that each element has an inverse
group
To put together to form a group
group
arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
group
Groups are a way of assigning specific access rights to cerain classes of users For example, all users working on project x could be added to a group xproj System resources (such as disk space) devoted to project x could then be configured to permit only members of xproj full access
group
{i} bunch; ensemble, band; (Computers) window which contains several application icons (in a Windows environment)
group
A group is a set of people, organizations, or things which are considered together because they have something in common. She is among the most promising players in her age group As a group, today's old people are still relatively deprived
group
everything of worth starts with the individual, who becomes less responsible and even dumber in a group Only the person can grow to a point that affects other persons
group
In the context of network security, a group is a set of users who share common permissions for one or more resources Individually assigned user permissions take precedence over those assigned through groups
group
A group is a list of Members Groups are used for several purposes Groups simplify bulk registration of Members by corporations A printer may only be accessible to a specific group Access to a printer may be denied to a specific group Groups may be nested
group
A number of eighth, sixteenth, etc
group
To form a group of; to arrange or combine in a group or in groups, often with reference to mutual relation and the best effect; to form an assemblage of
group
a group that contains related ads For example: you could create one group named "BannerExchange" for all banner exchange ads and another group named "FriendSites" for banners to all your friends' site
group
(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
group
(1) A collection of users who can share access authorities for protected resources See also login group (2) A list of names that are known together by a single name (3) A set of related records that have the same value for a particular field in all records (4) A series of records logically joined together
group
A cluster, crowd, or throng; an assemblage, either of persons or things, collected without any regular form or arrangement; as, a group of men or of trees; a group of isles
group
A group in context to General Systems, is a top level organizational entity that is responsible for for all operational activities with within its assigned management area General Systems organizational structure is divided into several groups and then a number of departments within each group An example of this would be the Financial Group which manages the efforts of the Accounting Department, Cash Management Department and Debt resources Department Each department then manages the responsibilities of its assigned sub-tier areas
group
An assemblage of objects in a certain order or relation, or having some resemblance or common characteristic; as, groups of strata
group
form a group or group together
group
An authenticated set of users classified by common traits such as job title or customer profile Groups are also associated with a set of roles, and every user that is a member of a group inherits all of the roles assigned to that group
group
On a Linux network, users can be organized into groups for security purposes, especially for granting access rights to various files A user can belong to more than one group
group
Groups are a way of assigning specific access rights to certain classes of users For example, all users working on Project X could be added to group xproj System resources (such as disk space) devoted to Project X could then be configured to permit only members of xproj full access
group
Refers to a list of one or more users having the same access rights; see /etc/groups
group
Groups are a convenient way for a person who is sharing files to control access privileges for a number of users at once You can assign registered users to groups on your Macintosh and then share a folder or disk with that group See also: owner name, registered group
group
A group is a number of separate commercial or industrial firms which all have the same owner. The group made a pre-tax profit of £1.05 million. a French-based insurance group
group
A collection of network or database users with common permissions for particular objects, such as shared files or database tables See also permissions
group
In the Unix operating system, a number of users with same rights with respect to accession, modification, and execution of files, computers and peripherals
group
A (usually small) group of people who perform music together
group
any number of entities (members) considered as a unit a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
group
A subset of a culture or of a society
group
notes joined at the stems; sometimes rather indefinitely applied to any ornament made up of a few short notes
group
A large loud pack of passengers (see passenger) travelling together The group leader, who has the tickets, usually waits in the bar until the required pre-board time of five minutes before departure, or until there are no seats left together, whichever occurs last Reservation agents are prohibited form pre-assigning seats to groups as this may convenience them
group
a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse
group
A group is a number of musicians who perform together, especially ones who play popular music. At school he played bass in a pop group called The Urge. Billy Bragg's backing group. = band
group
In Maya, a group is simply a transform node that becomes the parent of all the nodes in the group The group is all the child of the transform node
group
{f} divide into groups; assemble, gather; classify, sort
group
A variously limited assemblage of animals or plants, having some resemblance, or common characteristics in form or structure
group
A number of things or persons being in some relation to one another
group
A group is a set of people who have the same interests or aims, and who organize themselves to work or act together. the Minority Rights Group Members of an environmental group are staging a protest inside a chemical plant
group
A group of people or things is a number of people or things which are together in one place at one time. The trouble involved a small group of football supporters The students work in groups on complex problems
group
A field is an algebraic structure with one operator (commonly called multiplication (*)) which satisfies the following conditions: There is a distinguished unit element (commonly denoted 1, such that for any element a we have a*1=1*a=a Any element a has an inverse (denoted a(-1)) such that a(-1)*a= a*a(-1)=1 A group whose operation is also commutative (ie a*b=b*a) is called Abelian
group
The term has different uses, and may be made to include certain species of a genus, or a whole genus, or certain genera, or even several orders
group
The group contains a list of all the departments within the organization Groups are used to define the organization's hierarchical structure for timesheet approval, and each one can be broken down into subgroups Each group is assigned a manager, and the manager of each group can view the users' timesheets in their group As well, one manager may be assigned to several groups, although a group can only have one manager
group
As a part of the system by which meteorites are classified, a group identifies a number of meteorites that have similar physical and compositional characteristics There must be at least five meteorites that share these common characteristics before they can be declared to form a Group Groups can be further subdivided into categories called Types
group
is a collection of system users (see Users) A user must be a member of a group and may be a member of more than one Within Unix and POSIX systems, membership in a group establishes one level of privilege Group membership is also often used to control or limit access to system resources
group
any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
a group

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