a specimen

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Definition von a specimen im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

specimen
örnek

Bu çok nadir bir örnektir. - This is a very rare specimen.

Bu örnekler birkaç kategoriye ayrılır. - These specimens are divided into several categories.

specimen
numune

Bu, çok nadir bir numunedir. - This is a very rare specimen.

Bu numunelerle çalışman etkileyiciydi. - Your work with these specimens was impressive.

sample
örnek

O, resim kartpostalların örneklerini istedi. - He asked for samples of picture postcards.

Ücretsiz bir örnek ister misin? - Would you like a free sample?

specimen
simge
sample
(Bilgisayar) örnektir

Bu ücretsiz bir örnektir. - This is a free sample.

sample
(Ticaret) mal numunesi
sample
örnek seçmek
sample
örnek olarak denemek
sample
örneklemek
sample
{f} örnekle

O, resim kartpostalların örneklerini istedi. - He asked for samples of picture postcards.

Bize çalışmalarınızdan bazı örnekler gösterir misiniz? - Would you show us some samples of your work?

sample
mostra
specimen
örneklik
specimen
antika kimse ya da şey
specimen
model
specimen
acayip
sample
{f} denemek
sample
{i} çeşit
sample
{i} örnek, numune; model; mostra; eşantiyon
sample
örnekle/dene
sample
{f} dene

Sami birkaç örnek denedi ama satın almadı. - Sami tried a few samples, but he didn't buy.

sample
{i} tipik özellik
sample
(isim) örnek, eşantiyon, numune, çeşit, model, mostra, tipik özellik, göstermelik, tipik davranış
sample
{f} tatmak
sample
(Tekstil) örnek, numune; örnek almak
specimen
{i} göstermelik
specimen
{i} tip

Böcekbilimci böceğin tipini bulamadı. - The entomologist could not find a specimen of the bug.

specimen
{i} ilginç tip
specimen
(Ticaret) belge örneği
specimen
{i} acayip kimse
specimen
{i} tahlil
specimen
(Tıp) örnek, numune, model, misal
specimen
alışılmamış huyları veya özellikleri olan kimse
Englisch - Englisch
{n} sample
specimen
A sample, especially one used for diagnostic analysis
specimen
An eligible man

Examples: Postcard: Leap Year, 1908, Postcard: Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

specimen
one of a class of persons or things regarded as representative of the class
specimen
Stamp or stationery item distributed to Universal Postal Union members for identification purposes and to the philatelic press and trade for publicity purposes Specimens are overprinted or punched with the word "SPECIMEN'' or its equivalent, or are overprinted or punched in a way to make them different from the issued stamps Specimens of scarce stamps tend to be less valuable than the actual stamps Specimens of relatively common stamps are more valuable
specimen
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specimen
An individual instance that represents a class; an example
specimen
a bit of tissue or blood or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes; "they collected a urine specimen for urinalysis"
specimen
Urine that has been provided by a donor for a drug test The entire sample is contained in a single specimen bottle
specimen
Is a flawless polished section of a representative even area of the material to be investigated, on which the real microstructure can be recognized Thus during preparation, no changes may occur at the sample Except for exceptions, the production of metallographic specimens comprises of the following working steps, which, however, mostly may be multiply subdivided depending on the method applied: sampling, bordering, marking, grinding, polishing, cleaning and pickling
specimen
an eligible man (often preceded by "fine"), See: w: Image: PostcardLeapYearBeCarefulClara1908.jpg and w: Image: TrinityCollegeConnecticut1905Postcard.jpg"
specimen
A specimen is standard calibrator material, known control material, or material from an unknown subject which is collected for subsequent measurement in an immunoassay An aliquot of specimen, together with the other components of the incubation medium, are added to a sample for assay
specimen
A card that has no PIN #, or a dummy PIN #, such as 000 000 000 or 123 456 789 These cards carry no telephone time and are issued in very limited numbers to be used as samples by the telephone company The reverses of specimen cards may carry such terms as "Sample," "Specimen," "Test," "Prototype," "Void," or even "Proof " Many say nothing at all in the position that usually carries the PIN #, and some have no 800 number either They are highly collectible because of the difficulty of obtaining them, and their very low mintage They are generally used for presentation purposes for VIP clients of the telephone company
specimen
A piece cut from a sample of polyurethane to test
specimen
an example regarded as typical of its class
specimen
A specimen is a single plant or animal which is an example of a particular species or type and is examined by scientists. 200,000 specimens of fungus are kept at the Komarov Botanical Institute. North American fossil specimens
specimen
Any animal or plant, or any part, product, egg, seed or root of any animal or plant
specimen
[n] an individual rock, fossil, plant, or animal
specimen
Samples of new stamps, distributed to the various countries through the UPU for purposes of identification and record, are inscribed, overprinted or punch-perforated with the word 'Specimen'
specimen
A specimen of something is an example of it which gives an idea of what the whole of it is like. Job applicants have to submit a specimen of handwriting. a specimen bank note
specimen
a bit of tissue or blood or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes; "they collected a urine specimen for urinalysis" an example regarded as typical of its class
specimen
A part, or small portion, of anything, or one of a number of things, intended to exhibit the kind and quality of the whole, or of what is not exhibited; a sample; as, a specimen of a man's handwriting; a specimen of painting; aspecimen of one's art
specimen
A specimen is a small quantity of someone's urine, blood, or other body fluid which is examined in a medical laboratory, in order to find out if they are ill or if they have been drinking alcohol or taking drugs. He refused to provide a specimen = sample
specimen
An individual, item, or part considered typical of a group, class, or whole
specimen
A piece or portion of a sample or other material taken to be tested Specimens normally are prepared to conform with the applicable test method
specimen
A coin or banknote prepared and selected with special care as an example of a numismatic issue
specimen
{i} example, part seen as typical of a whole; sample taken for the purpose of analysis or testing; unique or peculiar person (Slang)
specimen
An ordinarily-produced certificate preserved in unissued form for counterfeit detection and other purposes Most specimens are numbered "00000" and are rubber-stamped "SPECIMEN", commonly in the signature area Specimens are usually minimally punch cancelled
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