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Definition von a satellite im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

satellite
uydu

Uydu, ay etrafında yörüngede. - The satellite is in orbit around the moon.

Yapay uydu yörüngesine fırlatıldı. - The artificial satellite was launched into the orbit.

secondary
{s} ikincil

Bu problem sadece ikincil derecede önemli. - This problem is only of secondary importance.

Teleskopların birincil ve ikincil aynası vardır. - Telescopes have a primary and a secondary mirror.

satellite
(Askeri) UYDU, PEYK: Bir başka cismin çevresinde dönen, tabi durumdaki bir cisim. Bak. "center of mass"
satellite
satellit
satellite
(Tıp) Kendisinden daha büyük oluşuma bağlı olarak hareket gösteren veya ona eşlik eden aynı cinsten daha küçük oluşum, peyk, satelit
satellite
peyk
secondary
{s} tâli
satellite
uydukent
satellite
uydu devlet
satellite
bağımlı ülke
secondary
(Biyoloji) sekonder
secondary
ikinci derecede olan
satellite
bir gezegenin uydusu
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yapay uydu

Bugün yapay uydularımız dünya çevresinde dönüyor. - Today our artificial satellites are revolving around the earth.

Yapay uydu yörüngesine fırlatıldı. - The artificial satellite was launched into the orbit.

satellite
büyük bir kimsenin peşinde dolaşan kimse
satellite
satelit
satellite
(Tıp) Ana kromozom'a, sap şeklinde ince uzantı ile tutunmuş küçük kromozom parçası
secondary
{s} orta

O sadece ortaokula devam etti. - He attended only secondary school.

Ortaokul diplomalarını aldıktan sadece iki yıl sonra, bugün genç insanlar okulda öğrendiklerinin sadece yüzde onunu biliyorlar. Bu çılgınca! Yüzde yüz için çaba göstermeliyiz. - Only two years after receiving their secondary school diploma, young people today know merely ten percent of what they learned on school. That's crazy! We must strive for 100 percent.

secondary
{s} ara (renk)
secondary
kuş kanadının ikinci mafsalındaki tüy
secondary
delege
secondary
{s} ikinci derecede

On iki rengin bir toplamı için üç ana renk ve dokuz ikinci derecede renk vardır. - There are three primary colours and nine secondary colours for a total of twelve colours.

secondary
elek
secondary
{i} sekonder devre
secondary
(sıfat) ikinci, orta, orta dereceli, ikinci derecede, ikincil, ikinci dereceli, önemsiz, ara (renk), tâli
secondary
{i} uydu
secondary
evvelce teşekkül etmiş kaya içinde toplanan taş veya maden kabilinden
secondary
{s} orta dereceli
secondary
{i} ikinci dereceli şey
Englisch - Englisch
secondary
satellite
Satellite TV; reception of television broadcasts via services that utilize man-made satellite technology

Do you have satellite at your house?.

satellite
Anything that follows something else around

The unnamed chronicler in his Dupin stories was the first Dr. Watson type of satellite—a narrator who accompanies the detective on his exploits, exclaims over his brilliance... .

satellite
Specifies something utilizing man-made orbital satellite transmission technology; e.g. satellite TV, satellite phone
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Something which is under the jurisdiction, influence, or domination of another body, such as a country, a campus, an office
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An object orbiting a planet or similar celestial body

The Moon is a natural satellite of the Earth.

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A natural or artificial body in orbit around a planet
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{n} a small planet revolving about a large, a follower or dependant
satellite
An attendant attached to a prince or other powerful person; hence, an obsequious dependent
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Reception of television broadcasts via services that utilize man-made satellite technology
satellite
any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star
satellite
A body that revolves about a planet
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A satellite is an object which has been sent into space in order to collect information or to be part of a communications system. Satellites move continually round the earth or around another planet. The rocket launched two communications satellites The signals are sent by satellite link
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An object in orbit around a larger object; a man-made object in orbit around the Earth Also, moons are satellites of planets; planets are satellites of the Sun
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when used with a larger subwoofer, smaller front left and right main speakers (either physically smaller or set to ÒsmallÓ in multi channel speaker setups) are sometimes referred to as "satellites "   In common use, the term can apply to physically or electronically small rear or surround speakers as well
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{i} moon, small celestial body revolving around a larger one; man-made object put into orbit around a planet or celestial body; country that is controlled by another country; one who is controlled by another person
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n any object that is in orbit around another object
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A vehicle put into orbit around the earth or other body in space and used as a platform for data collection and transmission
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An object that is bound to another object , such as a planet, by the gravitational force
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An object orbiting around another, larger one For example, smaller bodies orbiting around planets are called those planets' "satellites'' (or, occasionally, "moons'' — but some astronomers frown on this use of the word "moon,'' which they feel should be reserved for Earth's natural satellite exclusively ) Probes we launch into orbit around the Earth are called "artificial satellites ''
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A secondary body moving round a planet
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Object orbiting a celestial object
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It is possible to get Internet access via low level orbiting satellites, like those that provide TV services You get a Satellite connection for your internet service, but you also need a dial-up modem to use the service To view websites or send email you need to send a request to that server to send you the information and to send information you typically need to use dial-up service with a satellite Internet service and is considered high speed or broadband Internet access
satellite
A free-flying object that orbits the Earth, another planet, or the sun
satellite
broadcast or disseminate via satellite
satellite
a small body, either natural or artificial, in orbit around a planet
satellite
1 An attendant body that revolves about another body, the primary; especially in the solar system, a secondary body, or moon, that revolves about a planet See table XIII for a list of satellites of the solar system
satellite
A manufactured object that orbits a celestial body, either in a geostationary or a polar manner Some of the information that is gathered by weather satellites, such as GOES9, includes upper air temperatures and humidity, recording the temperatures of cloud tops, land, and ocean, monitoring the movement of clouds to determine upper level wind speeds, tracing the movement of water vapor, monitoring the sun and solar activity, and relaying data from weather instruments around the world
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Something which is under the jurisdiction, influence, or domination of another body, such as a satellite state (or country), satellite campus, or satellite office
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Any object that orbits a celestial body, such as a moon However, the term is often used in reference to the manufactured objects that orbit the earth, either in a geostationary or a polar manner Some of the information that is gathered by weather satellites, such as GOES9, includes upper air temperatures and humidity, recording the temperatures of cloud tops, land, and ocean, monitoring the movement of clouds to determine upper level wind speeds, tracing the movement of water vapor, monitoring the sun and solar activity, and relaying data from weather instruments around the world
satellite
A projectile or small celestial body that orbits a larger celestial body
satellite
surrounding and dominated by a central authority or power; "a city and its satellite communities"
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an electronics retransmission device serving as a repeater, normally placed in orbit around the earth in geostationary orbit for the purpose of receiving and retransmitting electromagnetic signals It normally recedes signals from a single source and retransmits them over a wide geographic area, known as the satellite's "footprint "
satellite
{s} serving as a satellite; secondary
satellite
See Solar system, under Solar
satellite
a person who follows or serves another
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  A body which revolves around another body of preponderant mass and which has a motion primarily and permanently determined by the force of attraction of that other body   [NTIA] [RR] (188)  Note: A parent body and its satellite revolve about their common center of gravity
satellite
A relatively small celestial body, natural or man-made, revolving around a planet
satellite
A satellite is a natural object in space that moves round a planet or s(Tarih) the satellites of Jupiter
satellite
Transmitted via a radio signal from an orbital satellite
satellite
Situated near; accompanying; as, the satellite veins, those which accompany the arteries
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Satellite television is broadcast using a satellite. They have four satellite channels
satellite
An object that is in orbit around another object in space
satellite
Specifically, any man-made apparatus designed to relay telecommunication signals to and from Earth
satellite
A body that revolves around a larger body
satellite
man-made equipment that orbits around the earth or the moon any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star a person who follows or serves another broadcast or disseminate via satellite surrounding and dominated by a central authority or power; "a city and its satellite communities
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You can refer to a country, area, or organization as a satellite when it is controlled by or depends on a larger and more powerful one. Italy became a satellite state of Germany by the end of the 1930s. Natural object (moon) or spacecraft (artificial satellite) orbiting a larger astronomical body. Most known natural satellites orbit planets; the Earth's Moon is the most obvious example and was the only one known until the discovery of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter in 1610. All the solar system's planets except Mercury and Venus have moons, which vary greatly in size, composition (from rock to mostly ice), and activity (from cold and inert to volcanic). Some asteroids are also known to have their own moons. The first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, was launched into orbit around Earth in 1957. Since then, thousands have been sent into orbit around Earth as well as the Moon, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and other bodies. Artificial satellites are used for scientific research and other purposes, such as communication (see communications satellite), weather forecasting, Earth resources management, and military intelligence. See also Landsat. communications satellite Galilean satellite Earth Resources Technology Satellites
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Satellite communications are becoming increasingly important for conquering distance and enabling location independent working Digital transmission of data via low-level satellites is set to increase the importance of satellites for remote and mobile ICT
satellite
(communications usage) A man-made spacecraft intended to orbit earth for the purpose of facilitating long-distance communication of voice, data and video
satellite
A secondary planet which revolves about another planet; as, the moon is a satellite of the earth
satellite
man-made equipment that orbits around the earth or the moon
satellite
A body that revolves about a larger one; for example, a moon of a planet
satellite
Something that is in orbit around something else The Moon is a satellite of the Earth, for example An artificial satellite is a satellite that was constructed and placed in orbit by humans
a satellite

    Silbentrennung

    a sat·el·lite

    Türkische aussprache

    ı sätılayt

    Aussprache

    /ə ˈsatəˌlīt/ /ə ˈsætəˌlaɪt/

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