Tom dudaklarını yapay olarak boyayan ve kulak memelerini delen kadınların bulunduğu bir kültürden geliyor. - Tom comes from a culture where women artificially color their lips and put holes in their earlobes.
Yapay dünya uydularının fırlatılmasına yaygın olarak uzayın bir keşfi gözüyle bakılmaktadır. - The launching of artificial earth satellites is commonly looked upon as an exploration of space.
(Askeri) SUNİ YER ÇEKİMİ: Bir hava uzay aracı içinde bir kabini, bu aracın uzunlamasına ekseni etrafında dön dürmek, böylece yer çekimi kuvvetine benzer bir merkezkaç kuvvet temin etmek suretiyle meydana getirilen taklit yer çekimi
(Askeri) SUNİ UFUK: Hakiki ufka nazaran irtifa gösteren alet. Bu alet; hava seyrüsefer aletlerinde hakiki ufuk yerine kullanılır. Suni ufuk, genellikle, bir jiroskop ruhlu veya sarkaçtan ibarettir. bkz: "Attitude indicator
(Askeri) SUNİ ENGEL: Düşmanın ilerlemesini geciktirmek veya yavaşlatmak maksadıyla, insanlar tarafından hazırlanan engel. Kullanılmakta olan suni engeller, genel olarak, mayın tarlası, tank hendeği, tel engeli, barikatlar, yol tıkamaları ve tahriptir
disapproval If you describe someone or their behaviour as artificial, you disapprove of them because they pretend to have attitudes and feelings which they do not really have. The voice was patronizing and affected, the accent artificial. adj. artificial heart artificial insemination artificial intelligence artificial respiration
Artificial objects, materials, or processes do not occur naturally and are created by human beings, for example using science or technology. a wholefood diet free from artificial additives, colours and flavours The city is dotted with small lakes, natural and artificial = synthetic natural + artificially ar·ti·fi·cial·ly drugs which artificially reduce heart rate
1) Synthetic fibres and reconstituted materials (e g Marble) 2) Of finishing, an imitation of an expensive material using a cheap one
artificially formal; "that artificial humility that her husband hated"; "contrived coyness"; "a stilted letter of acknowledgment"; "when people try to correct their speech they develop a stilted pronunciation"
An artificial state or situation exists only because someone has created it, and therefore often seems unnatural or unnecessary. Removed from the artificial atmosphere of the fashion show, high-fashion clothes often look cheap and silly. + artificially ar·ti·fi·cial·ly state subsidies that have kept retail prices artificially low
(of a call) one that, through prearrangement between partners, does not indicate a desire to play the bid being stated, doubled or redoubled; or does not indicate interest in the strain named
Made or contrived by art; produced or modified by human skill and labor, in opposition to natural; as, artificial heat or light, gems, salts, minerals, fountains, flowers
devices made entirely of, or a combination of, materials, such as wood, plastic, glass, hair, metal, feathers or fiber, designed to attract fish This does not include hand-moldable material designed to attract fish by taste or smell It also doesn't include devices smaller than 1-1/2 inches long with scents or smell attractants attached Molded plastic devices less than 1-1/2 inches long also are not considered artificial, as well as foods; organic bait; such as worms, grubs, crickets, leeches, minnows and fish eggs; and manufactured baits, such as imitation fish eggs, dough baits and stink baits
a mathematical model or computational model based on Biological neural networks. It consists of an interconnected group of artificial neurons and processes information using a connectionist approach to computation
Machine or mechanical pump that maintains blood circulation in the human body. The heart-lung machine, a mechanical pump, can maintain circulation for a few hours while the heart is stopped for surgery. It shunts blood away from the heart, oxygenates it, and returns it to the body. No device has yet been developed for total, long-term replacement of the heart; existing artificial hearts reduce the heart's workload by pumping between beats or acting as an auxiliary ventricle and are suitable only as temporary replacements in patients awaiting transplant. See also pacemaker
Artificial insemination is a medical technique for making a woman pregnant by injecting previously stored sperm into her womb. Female animals can also be made pregnant by artificial insemination. The abbreviation AI is also used. Introduction of semen into the vagina or uterus without sexual contact. the medical process of making a woman or female animal pregnant by using a piece of equipment, rather than by having sex. Introduction of semen into a female's vagina or cervix by means other than sexual intercourse. First developed for animal breeding in the early 20th century in Russia, it is now also used to induce pregnancy in women whose partners cannot impregnate them. The partner's (or other donor's) semen is inserted with a syringe. Though reasonably successful, artificial insemination in humans raises moral issues that are not yet fully resolved. In livestock, deep-frozen semen from a male animal can be stored for long periods without losing its fertility, thus allowing a single bull to sire as many as 10,000 calves a year
Artificial intelligence is a type of computer technology which is concerned with making machines work in an intelligent way, similar to the way that the human mind works. The abbreviation AI is also used. AI the study of how to make computers do intelligent things that people can do, such as think and make decisions. Ability of a machine to perform tasks thought to require human intelligence. Typical applications include game playing, language translation, expert systems, and robotics. Although pseudo-intelligent machinery dates back to antiquity, the first glimmerings of true intelligence awaited the development of digital computers in the 1940s. AI, or at least the semblance of intelligence, has developed in parallel with computer processing power, which appears to be the main limiting factor. Early AI projects, such as playing chess and solving mathematical problems, are now seen as trivial compared to visual pattern recognition, complex decision making, and the use of natural language. See also Turing test
Artificial respiration is the forcing of air into the lungs of someone who has stopped breathing, usually by blowing through their mouth or nose, in order to keep them alive and to help them to start breathing again. She was given artificial respiration and cardiac massage. A procedure used to restore or maintain respiration in a person who has stopped breathing. The method uses mechanical or manual means to force air into and out of the lungs in a rhythmic fashion. a way of making someone breathe again when they have stopped, by blowing air into their mouth. Breathing induced by any of several techniques in a person who has stopped or is having difficulty breathing. It consists chiefly of keeping the air passage open and inducing inhalation and exhalation. It does not include chest compressions to maintain circulation (see cardiopulmonary resuscitation). The primary method is mouth-to-mouth breathing, in which the rescuer breathes into the victim's mouth, with pauses to allow exhalation
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