bracket

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} İng. parantez, ayraç
şaft askı bağlantı braketi
(Mimarlık) bindirmelik
bağlantı parçası
ayraç içine almak
bağlantı ayağı
(Mekanik) çıkma
alttan desteklemek
destek veya dirsekle tutturmak
dirsekle tutturmak
(Ticaret) pay
mafsallı dirsek mesnedi
bağlantı
ayraç
fren bağlantı ayağı
kümeleme ayracı
türküm
dirsek
birbirine ait kılmak
destek
parantez içine almak
{i} parantez
{f} paranteze al
{f} paranteze almak
{f} aynı kategoriye almak
{i} köşebent
köşeli ayraç
{f} hedefi makas içine almak (Argo)
hedefi makas
{i} kademe
köşeli ayraç,v.paranteze al: n.parantez
altından destekle tutturulmuş raf
bir tutmak
{i} raf
(Askeri) ÇATAL: Hedeften biri uzun biri kısa veya biri sağa diğeri sola düşen iki veya daha çok atım arasındaki mesafe veya aralık
{i} köşeli parantez, köşeli ayraç
{i} dirsek, destek, kenet
{i} makas (topçuluk)
(Nükleer Bilimler) kulak
(Ticaret) dilim
dayanak
(Ticaret) gelir dilimi
kol
(Askeri) takoz
(Ticaret) grup
parantez açmak
(Mekanik) destekli raf
egzoz yavaşlatıcısı
şasi
braket
hedefi makas içine almak
kelepçe
bracket lamp
duvar lambası
bracket lamp
aplik
bracket off
desteklememek
bracket term
dirsek dönem
bracket adjustment
(Askeri) ÇATAL TEŞKİLİ: Bak. "Bracketing method"
bracket adjustment
(Askeri) çatal teşkili
bracket bearing
(Otomotiv) destek yatağı
bracket cornice
(İnşaat) dirsekli korniş
bracket creep
(Ticaret) gelir dilimleri sürünmesi
bracket creep
(Ticaret) gelir dilimleri ilerlemesi
bracket fire
(Askeri) ÇATAL ATIŞI: Uzun ve kısa atımların mesafece, sağa ve sola düşen atımların yanca sınırlarını tespit etmek üzere yapılan atış
bracket fire
(Askeri) çatal atışı
bracket foot
mobilyada konsol ayak
bracket kit
konsol kiti
bracket saw
kıl testere
bracket scaffold
çıkma iskele
bracket scaffold
konsol iskele
bracket spring
tutma yayı
bracket staging
çıkma iskele
bracket style
(Bilgisayar) ayraç stili
bracket support
konsol desteği
bracket support
eliböğründe
bracket system
fren devresi
bracket together
aynı kategoriye almak
brake anchor bracket
fren tespit plakası
brake bracket
fren mesneti
brake bracket
(Tekstil) fren pabucu (iğler)
brackets
{i} parantez
angular bracket
(Bilgisayar) açılı parantez
bracketed
parantez içine alınmış
brackets
(Bilgisayar) köşeli ayraçlar
brackets
(Bilgisayar) köşeli ayraç
brackets
(Diş Hekimliği) braketler
brackets
flanş
brackets
konsol
clamp bracket
boru kelepçesi
curly bracket
(Bilgisayar) süslü ayraç
tension bracket hole
(Tekstil) iplik deliği
universal bracket
üniversal braket
angle bracket
köşeli mesnet
bearing bracket
yatak mesneti
income bracket
ek gelir
income bracket
gelir türkümü
income tax bracket
ek gelir vergisi
magneto bracket
manyeto mesnedi
pipe bracket
boru kelepçesi
tax bracket
vergi ayırımı
tax bracket
vergi dilimi
tax bracket
vergi baremi
engine bracket
motor mesnedi
gas bracket
gaz desteği
headlamp bracket
far mesnedi
past of bracket
dirsek geçmiş
radiator bracket
radyatör mesnedi, radyatör desteği
shock absorber bracket
amortisör mesnedi
spring bracket
yay mesnedi
square bracket
köşeli ayraç
steering column bracket
direksiyon kolonu mesnedi
Reversing bracket
(Tekstil) Çevirme açısı
accelerator arm bracket
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı kol braketi
adjustable faller bracket
(Tekstil) ayarlanabilen sarım çubuğu mesnedi
adjusting bracket
(Mekanik) ayarlı destek
adjusting bracket
(Otomotiv) ayarlama braketi
angle bracket
(Mimarlık) konsol kolu taşıyıcı gönye
audio bracket
ses aksamı
bracketing
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) paranteze alma (husser)
bracketing
(Askeri) ÇATAL TEŞKİLİ: Bir atış tanzim usulü. Bu usulde bir gözetleme hattı üzerinde bir uzun bir kısa atım elde etmek, sonra bir hedefte isabet temin edilinceye veya arzu edilen çatal meydana gelinceye kadar arka arkaya yapılan atışlarla çatalı bölmek suretiyle çatal teşkil edilir
brackets
(isim) parantez
bumber bracket
tampon bağlantı braketi
carpenter's bracket scaffold
(İnşaat) dülger çıkma iskelesi
chassis bracket
(Otomotiv) şasi bağlantı parçası
compressor bracket
kompresör braketi
corner bracket
gönye
corner bracket
köşe berkitme demiri
creel bracket
(Tekstil) ara konsol
cylinder bracket
(İnşaat) silindir şasisi
fastening bracket
sıkma rondelası
fastening hook bracket
kapı kilitleme mandalı
fender bracket
(Otomotiv) çamurluk mesnedi
fender bracket
çamurluk braketi
fixture bracket
taşıyıcı bağlantısı
fulcrum bracket
sabit nokta suportu
helper spring bracket
yardımcı yay braketi
hinged bracket
(İnşaat) menteşeli askı suportu
holding down bracket
köşe halkası
hood bracket
kaput braketi
instrument bracket
alet braketi
jack bracket
kriko braketi
lever bracket
kilitleme kolu suportu
lifter arm bracket
(Tekstil) kaldırma kolu desteği
lifting bracket
kaldırma braketi
magnet bracket
elektrikli mıknatıs desteği
orthodontic bracket
(Diş Hekimliği) ortodontik braket
outrigger bracket
sandık konsolu
pivot bracket
(Otomotiv) pivot braketi
pulley bearing bracket
makara yatağı
regulator bracket
(Otomotiv) regülatör braketi
reinforcing bracket
takviye braketi
relay bracket
röle braketi
rifle bracket
(Askeri) tüfek tutma bileziği
rifle bracket
(Askeri) TÜFEK TUTMA BİLEZİĞİ: Genellikle, bir araçta bulunan ve piyade tüfeğini, yerinden kolayca alınabilecek durumda tutan bilezik
rocker arm shaft bracket
(Otomotiv) külbütör mili desteği
round bracket
İng. parantez, ayraç
runner bracket
kapı askısı
shock absorber bracket
darbe emici braketi
sight bracket
(Askeri) NİŞANGAH YATAĞI, NİŞAN TERTİBATI YATAĞI: Çıkarılıp takılabilen bir nişan tertibatını, bir silaha takıldığı zaman tutmaya yarayan parça
square bracket
İng. köşeli parantez/ayraç
suspension bracket
susta suportu
suspension bracket
kuyruk braketi
tensioning bracket
(Otomotiv) germe braketi
tensioning bracket
(Otomotiv) germe bağlantı parçası
tooth bracket
dişli braket
transport bracket
taşıma braketi
video bracket
(Otomotiv) video konsolu
wage bracket
(Ticaret) barem derecesi
wage bracket
(Ticaret) ücret grubu
wall bracket
duvar desteği
wall bracket
duvar rafı
Englisch - Englisch
one of several ranges of numbers

tax bracket, age bracket.

"" specifically - opposed to the other forms of which have their own technical names
To mark distinctly for special treatment
"" specifically, the other forms above requiring adjectives for disambiguation
To place in the same category

Because the didn't have enough young boys for two full teams, they bracketed the seven-year olds with the eight-year olds.

To set aside, discount, ignore

SIL got access to academic legitimacy; linguists bracketed the evangelical engine that drives SIL because they got access to data and tools.

A fixture attached to a wall to hold up a shelf
Any intermediate object that connects a smaller part to a larger part, the smaller part typically projecting sideways from the larger part
To bound on both sides, to surround as enclosing with brackets

I tried to hit the bullseye by first bracketing it with two shots and then splitting the difference with my third, but I missed.

Generically any of "(", ")", "", "{", "}", and, in the area of computer languages, ""
{n} a small support of wood a cramp
A metal or ceramic or porcelain attachment that is glued onto a tooth and serves as a means of fastening the arch wire
A category of racing based on type of vehicle and estimated time See Brackets
Projecting element or hardware attached to the surface of a member to support other members
A small supporting piece of wood or stone, often formed of scrolls or other decorative shapes, designed to bear a projected weight, such as a window
After the bracket is established shots are fired with intermediate elevations until the exact range is obtained
If you say that someone or something is in a particular bracket, you mean that they come within a particular range, for example a range of incomes, ages, or prices. a 33% top tax rate on everyone in these high-income brackets Do you fall outside that age bracket?
either of two punctuation marks ([ or ]) used to enclose textual material
[arch] Overhanging detail projecting as a support for a decorative statue or other carved device
Generically any of "(", ")", "[", "]", "{", "}", and, in the area of computer languages, "<", ">"
a category falling within certain defined limits
A wooden or metal mounting device designed to fit in the pinhole of an insulator, and attach it to a (normally) vertical surface such as a pole or the side of a building See also: Pin
To place within brackets; to connect by brackets; to furnish with brackets
A projecting support for a shelf or other structure
A term signifying the extent of an underwriter's commitment in a new issue, e g , major bracket or minor bracket
an L-shaped support projecting from a wall (as to hold a shelf)
{f} enclose in brackets; support with brackets; group together; mark off, delineate; take the same photograph using a range of exposures (Photography); include, encompass
A metal or ceramic part that is glued onto a tooth and serves as a means of fastening the arch wire
To make several exposures, some greater and some less than the exposure that is calculated to be correct Bracketing allows for error and permits selection of the best exposure after development
A projecting angled or curved form used as a support, found in conjunction with balconies, lintels, pediments, cornices, etc
Brackets are pair of marks that are placed around a series of symbols in a mathematical expression to indicate that those symbols function as one item within the expression
A piece or combination of pieces, usually triangular in general shape, projecting from, or fastened to, a wall, or other surface, to support heavy bodies or to strengthen angles
classify or group
To make several exposures, some greater and some less than the exposure that is calculated to be correct This allows for error and permits selection of the best exposure after development
A structural support attached to a column or wall on which to fasten another structural member
A shot, crooked timber, resembling a knee, used as a support
"(" and ")" specifically, the other forms above requiring adjectives for disambiguation
The groupings determined by underwriting amounts of various firms in a syndicate Tombstone advertising is normally in bracket order, with each firm appearing alphabetically within a given bracket
A member often triangular in form,that projects from a wall or other vertical surface and supports another component, such as an EAVE
an L-shaped support projecting from a wall (as to hold a shelf) either of two punctuation marks ([ or ]) used to enclose textual material a category falling within certain defined limits classify or group place into brackets; "Please bracket this remark"
One of two characters [], used to inclose a reference, explanation, or note, or a part to be excluded from a sentence, to indicate an interpolation, to rectify a mistake, or to supply an omission, and for certain other purposes; called also crotchet
Brackets are a pair of written marks that you place round a word, expression, or sentence in order to indicate that you are giving extra information. In British English, curved marks like these are also called brackets, but in American English, they are called parentheses. The prices in brackets are special rates for the under 18s = parenthesis
A structural support projecting from a wall or column on which to fasten another structural member Examples are canopy brackets, lean-to-brackets, and crane runway brackets
A structure projecting from a wall or other vertical element for the purpose of providing support for an object
place into brackets; "Please bracket this remark"
support element under a roof overhang, often decorative rather than functional
Item attached to a wall to hold up a shelf
If two or more people or things are bracketed together, they are considered to be similar or related in some way. The Magi, Bramins, and Druids were bracketed together as men of wisdom Austrian wine styles are often bracketed with those of northern Germany. = categorize
An architectural member, plain or ornamental, projecting from a wall or pier, to support weight falling outside of the same; also, a decorative feature seeming to discharge such an office
A figure determined by firing a projectile beyond a target and another short of it, as a basis for ascertaining the proper elevation of the piece; only used in the phrase, to establish a bracket
The cheek or side of an ordnance carriage
{i} support, brace; angular shelf support; classification; frame
support with brackets; "bracket bookshelves"
sports
one or more SNA messages (chains of Request/Reponse units) that are exchanged between two Lus to complete a unit of work Only one bracket may be active in a session at a time If LU 6 2, Data Flow Control constructs brackets to bound LU 6 2 conversations
To shoot so as to establish a bracket for (an object)
support with brackets; "bracket bookshelves
either of two punctuation marks (`<' or `>') sometimes used to enclose textual material
A support for a shelf, projecting from a wall
The [ and ] are brackets Sometimes called "square" brackets
Brackets are pieces of metal, wood, or plastic that are fastened to a wall in order to support something such as a shelf. Fix the beam with the brackets and screws. adjustable wall brackets
A gas fixture or lamp holder projecting from the face of a wall, column, or the like
"[" and "]" specifically - opposed to the other forms which have their own technical names
1 A turn on one foot in which the skater changes direction and edge, producing a trace in which the cusp of the turn points outwards from the center of the circle 2 Any compulsory figure consisting of two circles with one bracket turn half way around each circle
A metal or ceramic brace that is glued to a tooth and serves as a means of fastening the arch wire
the [ ] used to enclose an ellipsis, ie words that are understood, but not part of the actual text Same as Crotchet
A chained set of RUs and their responses, which together make up a transaction between two LUs One bracket must be finished before another can be started
In the United States navy it is called fork
bracket creep
Increased taxation arising from wage and salary increases pushing taxpayers into higher tax brackets, or further into such brackets, in a progressive taxation system. The wage rises here are those from keeping pace with inflation or similar (not increased skills or better jobs) so a worker merely doing the same thing for the same notional purchasing power is taxed at a higher rate
bracket fungus
Any of various fungi of the family Polyporaceae, whose fruiting bodies form on trees and resemble shelves
bracket creep
A shift of personal income into a higher tax bracket when the taxable income increases over time
bracket creep
process of rising into higher tax brackets as one's income rises in response to inflation (Economics)
bracket fungus
Any of various fungi that form shelflike growths on tree trunks and wood structures. Also called shelf fungus. or shelf fungus Basidiomycete that forms shelflike sporophores (spore-producing organs). Bracket fungi are commonly found growing on trees or fallen logs in damp woodlands. They can severely damage cut lumber and stands of timber. Specimens 16 in. (40 cm) or more in diameter are not uncommon
bracket fungus
a woody fungus that forms shelflike sporophores
angle bracket
Either of a pair of symbols, ⟨ and ⟩, used to enclose text in various technical contexts, and in mathematical formulas to denote an interval or a continuous parameter
angle bracket
Either of the two inequality signs of ASCII, , when used as brackets in markup languages like HTML
birch bracket
A polypore that grows almost exclusively on birch trees
curly bracket
A brace; either of the two characters { (left brace or left curly bracket) and } (right brace or right curly bracket), having various uses in poetry, music, and computer programming
left bracket
The left square bracket "[" (ASCII 91.)
right bracket
The right square bracket "]" (Ascii 93)
round bracket
Each of the signs ( and ); bracket, parenthesis
square bracket
Either of a pair of symbols, , used for various purposes, e.g. to enclose text inserted or replaced by an editor, to indicate various mathematical operations, and to indicate a link in MediaWiki syntax

We must, in short, employ a special bracket for operative relations ; and the square bracket is the most convenient. Hence x denotes that a + bβ operates on x, and n denotes that φ operates on itself n - 1 times.

tax bracket
A range over which a piecewise linear, generally progressive, tax is linear
price bracket
A category of merchandise based on their price
A bracket
crotchet
age bracket
the people between two particular ages, considered as a group = age group in the ... age bracket
age bracket
{i} age group, group of people who are approximately the same age
age bracket
a group people having approximately the same age
angle bracket
{i} metal bracket shaped like the letter "L"; either of a pair of punctuation marks < or> used to enclose written material; (Mathematics) either < or>used together to show quantities that should be related to as a unit
angle bracket
either of two punctuation marks (`<' or `>') sometimes used to enclose textual material
angle bracket
an L-shaped metal bracket
angle bracket
an L-shaped metal bracket either of two punctuation marks (`<' or `>') sometimes used to enclose textual material
angular bracket
one of two signs used to enclose a word (i.e. ( ) )
bottom bracket
part of a bicycle frame around which the pedals revolve (connected to the down tube and the chain stays)
bracketed
past of bracket
bracketing
{i} supporting framework; series of brackets; taking the same photograph using a range of exposures (Photography)
bracketing
Once the correct aperture is determined, bracketing involves forcing the camera to overexpose the scene by one or more f-stops and then to underexpose by one or more f-stops This gives the filmmaker more options
bracketing
The technique of shooting a number of pictures of the same subject and viewpoint at different exposure levels in order to obtain the most accurate result
bracketing
Shooting a scene several times with different F-stops to try and get a certain desired effect
bracketing
Taking a number of additional pictures of the subject through a range of exposures-both lighter and darker-when unsure of the correct exposure (Back To Top) C
bracketing
A trading range market or a price region that is non-trending
bracketing
A term from photography Simply means taking reference exposures before and after the `main' exposure bracketing it in time Can be used to apply to a pair of series of exposures taken before and after science data For example, arc frames, flat-field frames etc , are usually collected both before and after observing to allow any time dependency to be found and, at least to a first order, compensated for
bracketing
The technique of taking additional pictures of a subject at exposures greater and less than the estimated exposure, in order to be certain of obtaining one picture with precisely the correct exposure
bracketing
A technique where you take several versions of the same photograph using different exposure settings to ensure one accurate result Some cameras have an auto bracketing mode where the camera fires off several frames of varying exposure in succession
bracketing
TOP Take a series of pictures at different exposures
bracketing
present participle of bracket
bracketing
Projecting, decorative support under eaves or overhangs on a building
bracketing
Taking additional pictures of the subject through a range of exposures-both lighter and darker-when unsure of the correct exposure
bracketing
A technique for getting good results when you're not exactly sure of what to do Basically, you make your best guess, and go "a little higher, a little lower " For exposure settings, this usually means estimating shutter, aperture, and strobe power settings, and then shooting one shot there, one at plus one stop of aperture, and one at minus one stop of aperture Some people also bracket in strobe power settings
bracketing
The separating of an empathetic description of a religious phenomenon from the speaker's or writer's own person -- putting it in neutral, as it were -- so that the phenomenon may be observed, understood, and appreciated for what it is on its own apart from whatever the personal position of the speaker or writer may be on the subject Instead of directly giving expression to the convictions of the participant, bracketing defers to the participant as holding those convictions E g , instead of saying, "In the Roman Catholic Mass the bread and wine sacramentally become the body and blood of Christ," bracketing would say, "In the Mass, Roman Catholics believe that the bread and wine sacramentally become the body and blood of Christ "
bracketing
Taking additional pictures of the subject through a range of exposures--both lighter and darker--when unsure of the correct exposure
bracketing
Taking several photographs of the same scene at different exposure settings, some greater than and some less than the setting indicated by the meter, to ensure a well-exposed photograph
bracketing
A series or group of brackets; brackets, collectively
brackets
A pair of mirror-image symbols used to enclose text, with one symbol being an "open", and the other a "close" e g square brackets, curly braces, and parentheses
brackets
Curved or square punctuation marks enclosing words inserted into a text
brackets
Decorative pieces fastened to the outside of a stringer
brackets
match a single character from within the brackets
brackets
- the punctuation marks [ ] used only within a quoted passage to enclose additions (which explain a work or give information to the reader) in your words; NOT the same as parenthesis
brackets
Also referred to as stringers brackets Decorative pieces fastened to the outside of a stringer
brackets
plural of bracket
brackets
Square brackets [] The term bracket is used in a genenral way to include parentheses (), braces {} and angle brackets To an author brackets usually mean parentheses
brackets
Square brackets or parentheses used as a grammatical device
brackets
Projecting support members found under roof eaves or other overhangs
brackets
third-person singular of bracket
brackets
Symbols used to show items that should be treated as together or as having priority
brackets
The characters [ (left bracket) and ] (right bracket), also known as square brackets When used in the phrase "enclosed in (square) brackets" the symbol [ immediately precedes the object to be enclosed, and ] immediately follows it When describing these characters in the portable character set, the names <left-bracket> and <right-bracket> are used X/Open
brackets
In SNA, one or more chains of request units and their responses, which are exchanged between two session partners and represent a transaction between them A bracket must be completed before another bracket can be started Examples of brackets are data base inquiries and replies, update transactions, and remote job entry output sequences to workstations
brackets
{i} square parentheses " ( ) ", marks used for editorial clarification and to show parentheses within parentheses
brackets
Ornamental devices applied to the surface of the stair stringer under the treads of open tread stairs
brackets
the attachments that are bonded (glued) to the front surface of the teeth Force is delivered to the tooth from the archwire through them
brackets
Normally a form of clip that when fitted to the conservatory allows the blind to be simply fitted without requiring specialist tools Brackets must be specified as being top fix, face fix and/or extended when ordering supply only blinds Consider your requirements before placing an order
gas bracket
a pipe with one or more burners projecting from a wall
gas bracket
{i} pipe that has one or more burners protruding from a wall
income bracket
a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
income tax bracket
a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
shelf bracket
a bracket to support a shelf
square bracket
One of a pair of marks, , used to enclose written or printed material or to indicate a mathematical expression considered in some sense a single quantity. one of the pair of signs that are used for enclosing information American Equivalent: bracketin square brackets
square bracket
either of two punctuation marks ([ or ]) used to enclose textual material
tax bracket
marginal rate for income taxes; the percentage of each additional dollar in income required to be paid as income taxes
tax bracket
The marginal tax rate paid on the last dollar earned The federal government calculates the income-range percentages–or brackets–for single and married people
tax bracket
a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
tax bracket
The marginal tax rate paid on the last dollar earned The federal government calculates the income-range percentagesor bracketsfor single and married people
tax bracket
The rate at which income at a particular level is taxed
tax bracket
– Your income is not all taxed at one rate It is partially taxed in each of the tax brackets up to the highest bracket in which your taxable income falls The applicable income ranges for these tax brackets differ depending on your filing status, but the percentages are the same Back to Top
tax bracket
the range of incomes with the same marginal tax rate (chapter 14)
tax bracket
The point on the income-tax rate schedules where a certain taxable income is located
tax bracket
The range of taxable income that is taxed at a certain rate Brackets are expressed by their marginal rate
tax bracket
a particular range of income levels on which the same rate of tax is paid
tax bracket
The percentage of tax obligation for a particular taxable income
tax bracket
Although income tax is paid by most wage or income earners, the rate of income tax paid increases as income exceeds certain amounts, called brackets
bracket
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