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Definition von a prediction im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

prediction
tahmin

Tom'un tahmini doğruydu. - Tom's prediction was correct.

Onun tahminleri gerçekleşti. - His predictions have come true.

predict
{f} önceden haber vermek
prediction
öngörü

Ne tuhaf, onun öngörüsü gerçekleşti. - Strange to say, his prediction has come true.

Onun öngörüsü gerçekleşti. - His prediction has come true.

prediction
kehanet

Onun kehanetleri gerçek oldu. - Her predictions have come true.

Ne garip, onun kehaneti gerçekleşti. - Strange to say, his prediction has come true.

predict
tahmin et

Tom Mary'nin yarışı kazanacağını önceden tahmin etti. - Tom predicted Mary would win the race.

O, onun kazanacağını tahmin etti. - He predicted she would win.

prediction
öndeyi
predict
öngörüde bulunmak
predict
-e dair kehanette bulunmak
prediction
(Politika, Siyaset) beklenti
prediction
kestirim
prediction
(Dilbilim) kestirme
prediction
kehanette bulunmak
prediction
(Ticaret) geleceğe yönelik tahmin
predict
önceden bildirmek
prevision
önbiliş
prevision
öngörü
prevision
önceden görme
prediction
öngörme
predict
bir şeyin vukuunu önceden haber vermek
predict
predictionkehanet
predict
önceden haber verme
predict
{f} kehanette bulunmak
predict
{f} önceden söylemek: That economist predicted the present recession. O ekonomist şimdiki durgunluğun olacağını önceden söylemişti
prediction
önceden haber verme
prediction
(Askeri) ÖNCEDEN HESAPLAMA: Hareket halindeki bir hedefin belirli bir anda bulunacağı yeri tayin
prediction
kestiri
prevision
önsezi
Englisch - Englisch
predict
prevision
prediction
a prophecy
prediction
To be able to predict future events before they occur
prediction
{n} a foretelling, prophesy, tocken
prediction
A statement of what will happen in the future
prediction
the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)
prediction
The explanation of an event that has not yet occurred by reference to observed regularities in the natural world Recommended Reading: Wesley C Salmon, Causality and Explanation (Oxford, 1997) {at Amazon com}; Peter Spirtes, Clark Glymour, and Richard Scheines, Causation, Prediction, and Search (MIT, 2001) {at Amazon com}; Judea Pearl, Causality: Models, Reasoning, and Inference (Cambridge, 2001) {at Amazon com}; and Karl Raimund Popper, Conjectures and Refutations: The Growth of Scientific Knowledge (Routledge, 1992) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP and noesis
prediction
{i} prognostication, divination; prophecy, soothsaying; forecasting, act of foretelling
prediction
Using computer models to forecast an occurrence, eg the weather or what is likely if a pilot makes an error
prediction
The prediction of one variable (Y) on the basis of one or more predictor variables (Xi)
prediction
a statement made about the future
prediction
A projection in advance of an event based on observation, experience, or scientific reason
prediction
An indication in advance based on observation, experience, or scientific reason (A state in advance as to what one believes will happen, a foretelling )
prediction
If you make a prediction about something, you say what you think will happen. He was unwilling to make a prediction about which books would sell in the coming year Weather prediction has never been a perfect science. a statement about what you think is going to happen, or the act of making this statement prediction of
prediction
the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future) a statement made about the future
prediction
Forecast or extrapolation of the future state of a system from current or past states
prediction
The value of the payoff that a classifier calculates it will receive
prediction
The act of foretelling; also, that which is foretold; prophecy
prediction
A specific statement about a future condition Usually made by non-experts (who would like to add qualifications or ranges) An example would be "who is going to win the football game this week"
prediction
of tides: The mathematical process in which the values of the basic harmonic constituents for a given location are projected into the future, and their amplitudes added for any given time to obtain the predicted tidal height; nowadays performed mostly by computers; mechanical tide predicting machines having been used frequently in the past See also Fourier series
prediction
Prediction is defined as Use of a CFD model to foretell the state of a physical system under conditions for which the CFD model has not been validated (AIAA G-077-1998)
prediction
1 the act of predicting 2 an instance of this; something predicted; prophecy
prediction
A learning strategy that involves taking information gained from listening or reading, identifying questions that emerge, and then guessing the answers before the answers are apparent Prediction can facilitate understanding and remembering
prediction
A scientific model to explain what happens, and why it happens
prediction
foretelling
a prediction

    Silbentrennung

    a pre·dic·tion

    Türkische aussprache

    ı pridîkşın

    Aussprache

    /ə prēˈdəksʜən/ /ə priːˈdɪkʃən/

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