back-up

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Askeri) harita arka baskısı
emniyet için
rezerv
(Bilgisayar) yedek alma
arka
yedek
destek
yedekli
(Askeri) harita arka tafsilatı
(Politika, Siyaset) teminat
geri vites
backup
yedeğini almak
backup
Yedek

Eskiden konser verdiğimde Tom ve Mary arkada benim yedek şarkıcılarımdı. - Tom and Mary were my backup singers back when I used to perform.

Onların yedek bir planı var mıydı? - Did they have a backup plan?

back up
geri geri gitmek
back up
desteklemek

İddiaları kanıtla desteklemek önemlidir. - It's important to back up claims with evidence.

back up
destek olmak
back up
desteklemek (kanıtla)
back up
yedeğini almak
back up
bilgisayar yedeklemek
back up
(Bilgisayar) yedeklemek
back up
(Dilbilim) destek sağlamak
backup
{s} müz. eşlik eden
backup
(Muzik) eşlik eden
back up
geri gitmek
back up
(Dilbilim) yardımcı olmak
back up
geri sürmek
back up
(Bilgisayar) yedekle

Tüm çalışmalarınızı yedekleyin - Back up all your work.

back up
(Havacılık) destek
back up
(Bilgisayar) yedekleme yapmak
back up
(Havacılık) desteklemeki
back up
geriye doğru sürmek
backup
(Bilgisayar) yedek kopya
backup
başkasının yerine geçmek
backup
tabla yedeği
backup
dublör
backup
(Havacılık) hazır yedek
back up
arka çıkmak
back up
destekle

Tom desteklemeye başladı. - Tom started to back up.

İddiaları kanıtla desteklemek önemlidir. - It's important to back up claims with evidence.

backup
yardımcı olan
backup
destek olan kişi ya da şey
backup
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kopyalama
backup
onun yedeği olmaya hazır kişi ya da şey
backup
başkasının yerine geçmeye
back up
isim: destek
back up
(Fiili Deyim ) desteklemek , savunmak
back up
(kanıtla) desteklemek
back up
yedeklemek
backup
yardım
backup
yedekleme

Tom yedekleme için çağrıda bulundu. - Tom called for backup.

backup
destek

Yalnız polis memuru destek istedi. - The lone police officer called for backup.

backup
{i} trafik sıkışıklığı
backup
yardımcı/yedek
backup
{f} yedekle

Tom yedekleme için çağrıda bulundu. - Tom called for backup.

backup
{i} yedek,yedek
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von back-up im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

backup
Data disketlerinin 2. kopyası veya tahrip olma, kaybolma olasılıklarına karşı yapılan yedekleme işlemi
Englisch - Englisch
to back up computer files, is to copy them on to another storage medium in case the originals get damaged (gb) Baum-Welch algorithm a way of finding the path through the states of a hidden-Markov model which maximizes the probability score output from the model The algorithm arranges the calculations undertaken so that they are done efficiently using a programming technique called 'dynamic programming' (tm/aw) bigram a sequence of two consecutive items such as letters or words (mo) byte an individual character in a computer file (gb)
The copy of data that results from a back-up procedure Sometimes refers to the storage media that contains that data
The duplication of data or applications in case of damage to the original media
A project that moves forward, either in synchrony or with a moderate time-lag, and for the same marketplace, as the lead project to provide an alternative asset should the lead project fail in development A back-up has essentially the same mechanism of action performance as the lead project Normally a company would not advance both the lead and the back-up project through to the market place, since they would compete directly with each other
This term may refer either to an additional blaster used when one's primary blaster runs dry or it may refer to an alternate water group that will come in to support during an attack
Copy of a disk or file made for safekeeping, or the creation of the duplicate disk or file
(1) When bond yields and prices fall, the market is said to back-up (2) When an investor swaps out of one security into another of shorter current maturity he is said to back up
Reservekopie Making a copy of a file or a whole disk for safe keeping in case the original is lost or damaged
To make duplicate copies of data or software in case the originals are lost or destroyed
Making a copy of a file or a whole disk for safe keeping in case the original is lost or damaged
The routine copying of data to ensure recover if exiting data is lost or corrupted
A copy of a program or data file made by the user onto a separate storage medium, such as a disk or hard disk, so that copy will be preserved against possible loss or damage to the original
An item kept available to replace an item which fails to perform satisfactorily
Duplicates of computer-based information, either on tape or as floppy disks, in case the original is damaged and unusable, or stolen
(1) When bond yields rise and prices fall, the market is said to back-up (2) When an investor swaps out of one security into another of shorter current maturity, he/she is said to back up
For the non-striker to take a few steps down the pitch, in preparation to taking a run, just as the bowler bowls the ball
To undo one's actions

I couldn't see how to finish the project, so I backed up and tried it another way.

To move backwards, especially for a vehicle to do so
To move a vehicle backwards
For a fielder to position himself behind the wicket (relative to a team-mate who is throwing the ball at the wicket) so as to stop the ball, and prevent overthrows
To reconsider one's thoughts

This isn't working. Let's back up and think about it.

To provide support or the promise of support

When he said I wasn't there, I told him I was, and my buddy backed me up.

For an accumulation of material to halt the flow or movement of something

When I flushed the toilet, the plumbing backed up and burst.

To copy (data) as a security measure
backup
A reserve or substitute

If the goalkeeper is injured, we have a backup.

backup
reinforcements

He's got a gun - you better send for backup.

backup
A copy of a file or record, stored separately from the original, that can be used to recover the original if it is destroyed or damaged

After the power failure, we had to restore the database from backup.

backup
standby, reserve or extra

I am only a backup player.

back up
{f} accumulate; cause to accumulate; provide support; substantiate; move backwards; move a vehicle in the reverse direction; support or confirm someone's testimony; make a copy of an original to have in case the original gets damaged or lost (esp. about computer files)
back up
If you back up, the car or other vehicle that you are driving moves back a short distance. Back up, Hans A police van drove through the protesters and backed up to the front door of the house. = reverse
back up
move backwards from a certain position; "The bully had to back down"
back up
move backwards from a certain position; "The bully had to back down
back up
give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to; "She supported him during the illness"; "Her children always backed her up"
back up
To match the vertical position of lines on the opposite sides of a sheet printed on both sides
back up
establish as valid or genuine; "Can you back up your claims?"
back up
If you back someone up, you show your support for them. His employers, Norfolk social services, backed him up. = support
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If you back up a computer file, you make a copy of it which you can use if the original file is damaged or lost. Make a point of backing up your files at regular intervals I get so annoyed when I lose work because I've forgotten to back it up
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(1) When bond yields rise and prices fall, the market is said to backup (2) An investor who swaps out of one security into another of shorter current maturity is said to back up
back up
If you back up, you move backwards a short distance. I backed up carefully until I felt the wall against my back She backed up a few steps. see also backup
back up
If an idea or intention is backed up by action, action is taken to support or confirm it. The Secretary General says the declaration must now be backed up by concrete and effective actions It is time the Government backed up its advert campaigns with tougher measures
back up
{i} backing, support, aid
back up
To print the second, or reverse side of a sheet already printed on one side Printing is said to back up when the printing areas on both sides are exactly opposite one another to top
back up
In printing; to print the second side of a sheet already printed on one side In computers; to make a copy of your work on a separate disk in case something happens to the original
back up
make a copy of (a computer file) especially for storage in another place as a security cop; "You'd better back up these files!"
back up
To create a file (backup file) that duplicates data stored in one or more files on a client or server computer
back up
To hold one section of an object, such as a pipe or a nut, while another is being screwed into or out of it A BACK UP WRENCH refers to any wrench being used to hold the pipe or bolt
back up
If you back someone up, you help them by confirming that what they are saying is true. The girl denied being there, and the man backed her up
back up
To make a copy of data and to store the copy on an external medium -- such as a CD-R or CD-RW disk -- for safekeeping This copy is called a "backup " Backing up is extremely important to safeguard against unexpected events To play or work on a song or project that's been backed up, it must be "recovered "
back up
To make a copy of a disk or of a file on a disk
back up
creating copies of files which are stored in a safe place
back up
To save important data in a secondary location as a safety against loss of the primary data
back up
Making an identical copy of a file or files and storing it in a different place Just in case
back up
In computer operations, to create a duplicate copy of a program, disk, or data In the printing industry, to print the back side of a sheet already printed on the front
back up
To make a copy of a file, group of files, or the entire contents of a hard disk
back up
A copy of a computer program or a computer document used in case of emergency or failure
back up
To copy a certain set of files and directories from your hard disk to a tape or other storage media
back up
To hold one section of an object while another is being screwed into or out of it
back up
(1) To print on the second side of a sheet already printed on one side (2) To adjust an image on one side of a sheet so that it aligns back-to-back with an image on the other side
back up
To copy information to another location to ensure against loss of data In Tivoli Storage Manager, you can back up user files, the Tivoli Storage Manager database, and storage pools Contrast with restore See also database backup series and incremental backup
back up
In flash and upset welding, a locator used to transmit all or a portion of the upsetting force to the workpieces
back up
To copy one or more files on a diskette for safekeeping in case the original diskette gets damaged or lost
back up
If vehicles back up, they form a line of traffic which has to wait before it can move on. Traffic into London on the M11 was backed up for several miles
back up
To make an electronic copy of data, in case something happens to the original
back up
To make a copy of a program or other data on a separate storage medium to ensure against loss of or damage to the original Information on a hard disk is often backed up on a floppy disk
back up
If someone or something backs up a statement, they supply evidence to suggest that it is true. Radio signals received from the galaxy's centre back up the black hole theory = support
back up
To store data for the purpose of creating a backup copy [IETF99]
back up
become or cause to become obstructed; "The leaves clog our drains in the Fall"; "The water pipe is backed up"
back up
To make a copy of a disk or file(s) on a second storage device Backing up files ensures that work is not lost if an original is damaged or otherwise unrecoverable Regularly backing up one's work is an excellent habit to develop
backup
A second copy of a file or set of files to be used in case the primary file(s) are destroyed or corrupted Backups are essential for all but the most trivial work For critical work, two backup sets are advisable Murphy's Law (as applied to computers) says that nothing will go wrong with a well-backed up file
backup
An accumulation of material that halts the flow or movement of something
backup
A duplicate copy of a program, a disk, or data, made either for archiving purposes or for safeguarding valuable files from loss should the active copy be damaged or destroyed Some application programs automatically make backup copies of data files, maintaining both the current version and the previous version
backup
an accumulation caused by clogging or a stoppage; "a traffic backup on the main street"; "he discovered a backup in the toilet
backup
(v) to copy files to a second medium (a disk or tape) as a precaution in case the first medium fails One of the cardinal rules in using computers is: Back up your files regularly (n) a copy of your files 5points net offers backup services to ensure the integrity, availability and security of your data
backup
Backup consists of extra equipment, resources, or people that you can get help or support from if necessary. There is no emergency back-up immediately available Alternative treatments can provide a useful back-up to conventional treatment
backup
To create a copy of data as a precaution against the loss or damage of the original data Most users backup some of their files, and many computer networks utilize automatic backup software to make regular copies of some or all of the data on the network Some backup systems use digital audio tape (DAT) as a storage medium
backup
As a noun, duplicate copy of a program, a disk, or data, made either for archiving purposes or for safeguarding valuable files from loss should the active copy be damaged or destroyed As a verb, backup means to make a backup copy
backup
If you have something such as a second piece of equipment or set of plans as backup, you have arranged for them to be available for use in case the first one does not work. Every part of the system has a backup Computer users should make regular back-up copies of their work
backup
To copy files to a second medium (a disk or tape) as a precaution in case the first medium fails One of the cardinal rules in using computers is Back up your files regularly Even the most reliable computer is apt to break down eventually Many professionals recommend that you make two, or even three, backups of all your files To be especially safe, you should keep one backup in a different location from the others You can back up files using operating system commands, or you can buy a special-purpose backup utility Backup programs often compress the data so that backups require fewer disks (1) The act of backing up (2) A substitute or alternative The term backup usually refers to a disk or a tape that contains a copy of data
backup
someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult); "the star had a stand-in for dangerous scenes"; "we need extra employees for summer fill-ins"
backup
Creating extra copies of files in case the original copies are damaged or destroyed It has been said that you should have at least three copies of important files- one on your hard disk, one on a floppy, and another on any media stored off-site in a fire-proof safe That may be a little paranoid but consider what would happen if you lost particular files Let that dictate how many backups you have and how carefully they are stored and updated
backup
a subordinate musical part; provides background for more important parts
backup
copies of any important files and directories, duplicated on separate sets of removable media (eg disks), to ensure reliable restoration if needed
backup
an accumulation caused by clogging or a stoppage; "a traffic backup on the main street"; "he discovered a backup in the toilet"
backup
(computer science) a copy of a file or directory on a separate storage device; "he made a backup in case the original was accidentally damaged or erased"
backup
A copy of a file, directory or volume on a separate storage device from the original, for the purpose of retrieval in case the original becomes lost or inaccessible
backup
the act of providing approval and support; "his vigorous backing of the conservatives got him in trouble with progressives"
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To copy files to a second medium (a disk or tape) as a precaution in case the first medium fails One of the cardinal rules in using computers is to backup on a regular schedule
backup
A copy of a computer program or file stored separately from the original
backup
A spare copy of your data to keep on the shelf just in case If you(or a co-worker)delete a file by mistake or if parts of your computer break, you will be inexpressibly happy and smug if you have recently made a backup copy of your important files Copying files back from your backup is called restoring
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Copy of files and programs made to facilitate recovery, if necessary (From the National Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Glossary )
backup
uci A capability that returns a user to the last previous display, field, or character in a defined transaction sequence Also refers to preserving a second copy of files for data protection purposes [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
backup
A copy of a file, directory, or volume on a separate storage device from the original, for the purpose of retrieval in case the original is accidentally erased, damaged, or destroyed
backup
n a duplicate copy of data made for archiving purposes or for protecting against damage or loss v The process of creating duplicate data Some programs backup data files while maintaining both the current version and the preceding version on disk However, a backup is not considered secure unless it is stored away from the original, and so removeable media is preferred
backup
(v ) In computing, to create a "safe" extra copy of data recorded on floppy disk, magnetic tape, or other storage medium 2 (n ) The actual copy of data recorded in the process described above
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This is when you dump a copy of data from one storage medium to the next If for example, you have an important ftp download of an iso image that you wish to have on cdr, you would burn the image files to the writable cdr drive This would help in the event that should you need disaster recovery (power failure, etc ) You would have the ability to perform another installation of the software installation files to your pc You must recognize that having the power of these tools in an emergency is immeasurable There is several software utilities such as ghost that make it very easy and convenient to keep your files on a secondary storage medium
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Making a copy of files is "backing up" the files The copy is a "backup"
backup
That is intended as a backup
backup
Copy of files and applications made to avoid loss of data and facilitate recovery in the event of a system crash
backup
(n ) A copy on a diskette, tape, or disk of some of or all the files from a hard disk The two types of backups are a full backup and an incremental backup Also called dump See also full dump, incremental dump, SCCS
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v) To copy files to a second medium (a disk or tape) as a precaution in case the first medium fails One of the cardinal rules in using computers is "Back up your files regularly" Even the most reliable computer is apt to break down eventually Many professionals recommend that you make two, or even three, backups of all your files To be especially safe, you should keep one backup in a different location from the others (Source: http: //webopedia internet com)
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In a nutshell, a backup is a duplicate copy of a file or document kept in case the original is lost or corrupted There are different types of backups Local Backup - Is a copy of a file or document that is located on the computers hard disk drive This type of backup provides a minimal guard of ensuring that you have a way to restore your data This minimal level of safe guard is because if something causes your hard disk drive to fail in your PC, or corrupts your data, you may loose the backup copy also
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{i} copying of data in order for retrieval in the event of a malfunction (Computers); substitute; reserve, spare
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Copying files to protect against loss of the originals Backups are usually made using removeable storage devices that can be locked away
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