buses

listen to the pronunciation of buses
Englisch - Türkisch
otobüsler

Havaalanı otobüsleri nereden kalkıyor? - Where do the airport buses leave from?

Otobüsler ne sıklıkla çalışırlar? - How often do the buses run?

bus
otobüs

Bu otobüs Minsk'e gidiyor. - This bus is going to Minsk.

5 numaralı otobüsü binmelisin. - You should take the number 5 bus.

buses garage
otobüs garajı
articulated buses
körüklü otobüs
bus
(Bilgisayar) veri yolu
bus
anayol
bus
otobüsle gitmek

Otobüsle gitmek çok zaman alacak mı sence? - Do you think it will take long by bus?

Oraya otobüsle gitmek ne kadar sürer? - How long would it take to get there by bus?

bus
otobüsle götürmek
bus
(Bilgisayar) Veriyolu, veri hattı
bus
bus
Bus
(fiil) otobüsle taşımak
Bus
{f} otobüsle taşımak
bus
bus boy lokantada kirli tabakları toplayan işçi
bus
otomobil veya uçak
bus
otobüsle taşı
bus
veriyolu yol
bus
yol

Adam bütün yolu yürümek istemedi;bu yüzden otobüse bindi. - The man didn't feel like walking all the way; so he took the bus.

Kaza olduğunda neredeyse otobüsteki yolcuların hepsi uyuyordu. - Almost all of the passenger in the bus were asleep when the accident happened.

bus
ili binek otomobili
bus
bus bar elektrik bağlama çubuğu
what buses are there to new york
(isim)w york'a hangi otobüsler var mı
what buses are there to new york
new york'a hangi otobüsler var mı
where are the buses
otobüsler nerede
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von buses im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

BUS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. "Öpen" mânasına gelerek birleşik kelimeler yapılır. Meselâ: Damen-bus $ : Etek öpen
bus
Bilgisayarlarda, birden fazla bellek birimleri arasında iletişimi sağlayan ve hattı dağıtım sistemi
Englisch - Englisch
plural of bus
third-person singular of bus
booze buses
plural form of booze bus
bus
An ambulance
bus
An electrical conductor serving as a common connection for two or more circuits
bus
To clear meal remains from

He bused tables as the restaurant emptied out.

bus
To transport via a motor bus
bus
To work at clearing the remains of meals from tables or counters; to work as a busboy

He’s been busing for minimum wage.

bus
To transport students to school, often to achieve racial integration
bus
To travel by bus
busses
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buss
busses
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bus. Alternative spelling of buses
busses
plural form of buss
busses
plural form of bus (alternative spelling of buses)
double-decker buses
plural form of double-decker bus
porcelain buses
plural form of porcelain bus
short buses
plural form of short bus
bus
A pathway for data in a computer system All PCs have an expansion bus, which is designed to host add-on (expansion) devices, such as modems, adapter boards and video adapters Expansion devices use the bus to send data to and receive data from the PC's CPU or memory ISA, EISA and Micro Channel are the major bus standards used in PC's
bus
A LAN topology in which all the nodes are connected to a single cable All nodes are considered equal and receive all transmissions on the medium
bus
1 A data path shared by many devices 2 A linear network topology in which all workstations are connected to a single cable On a bus network, such as Ethernet, all workstations receive all transmissions; only the workstation that the information is addressed to will use the information Contrast with ring and star
bus
A system for connecting one or more CPUs to various peripherals and I/O devices, involving parallel data transfer through standardized connectors to multiple devices All modern computers are based on the Von Neumman bus architecture, which accesses memory and peripherals in the same logical manner The Harvard bus architecture is used on most computer systems that have CPU's greatly faster than their peripherals While appearing logically the same, RAM is accessed on one bus at a much faster speed than periperhals on another bus
bus
ride in a bus
bus
A term used for a kind of electronic device in which a number of elements are wired together with a single wire in such way that all the elements can use the same wire to transmit information to other devices on it Buses are used internally in computers and used to attach computers to peripherals For the purposes of LANs, bus is a term for a LAN topology which has the same characteristic: the same wire is attached to a number of devices which all share that wire to transmit to other devices on the LAN ThickWire and ThinWire Ethernet, Localtalk, and ARCnet are examples of LAN technologies with a bus topology
bus
A type of network topology in which network nodes are strung out along a single run of cable called a segment 10base2 and LocalTalk networks use a bus topology Bus also refers to the row of expansion slots within your computer
bus
An electrical conductor that serves as a common connection for two or more electrical circuits; may be in the form of rigid bars or stranded conductors or cables
bus
a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work"
bus
In an emulated LAN, the BUS is responsible for accepting broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast packets from the LECs to the broadcast MAC address (FFFFFFFFFFFF) via dedicated point-to-point connections, and forwarding the packets to all of the members of the ELAN using a single point-to-multipoint connection
bus
The paths on a computer motherboard along which data is sent
bus
When someone is bussed to a particular place or when they bus there, they travel there on a bus. On May Day hundreds of thousands used to be bussed in to parade through East Berlin To get our Colombian visas we bussed back to Medellin Essential services were provided by Serbian workers bussed in from outside the province
bus
{f} ride on a bus; transport by bus; transport students by bus to another school district in an effort to achieve racial integration; work as a busboy; remove dirty dishes in a restaurant or cafeteria
bus
A transmission path on which signals can be dropped off or picked up by devices attached to it Only devices addressed by the signals pay attention to them; the others discard the signals Buses both exist within the CPU and connect it to physical memory and peripheral devices Examples of I/O busses on Darwin are PCI, SCSI, USB, and FireWire
bus
a group of connections between devices within the computer hardware which are used to pass data between them e,g, the data and address bus on the main circuit board are used to move data between the microprocessor and memory or other devices The I/O bus is used to pass data to the devices which interface with the outside world
bus
A bus is a large motor vehicle which carries passengers from one place to another. Buses drive along particular routes, and you have to pay to travel in them. He missed his last bus home They had to travel everywhere by bus
bus
A computer's internal data transmission pathway, connecting the computer's various devices 8088 machines operated on an 8-bit bus, 80286 machines used a 16-bit bus, and more modern machines use a 32-bit bus 64-bit busses are on the way Obviously, the wider the bus, the faster data can be moved The bus speed is also important Original Pentium-class busses had a 66 Mhz bus Newer machines may have a 100 Mhz bus
bus
A series of transmission lines connecting the various elements of a computer for distribution of data, control signals, addresses, and/or voltage supply(s) within a computer See SYSTEM BUS
bus
the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar
bus
In some parts of the United States, when children are bused to school, they are transported by bus to a school in a different area so that children of different races can be educated together. Many schools were in danger of closing because the children were bused out to other neighborhoods. + busing bus·ing The courts ordered busing to desegregate the schools. business. Device on a computer's motherboard that provides a data path between the CPU and attached devices (keyboard, mouse, disk drives, video cards, etc.). Like a vehicular bus that stops at designated stations to pick up or drop off riders, a computer bus receives a data signal from the CPU and drops it off at the appropriate device (for example, the contents of a file in RAM are sent, via the bus, to a disk drive to be stored permanently). Conversely, data signals from devices are sent back to the CPU. On a network, a bus provides the data path between the various computers and devices. See also USB. Large motor vehicle designed to carry passengers usually along a fixed route according to a schedule. The first gasoline-powered bus was built in Germany in 1895 and carried eight passengers. The first integral-frame bus was constructed in the early 1920s in the U.S. In the 1930s diesel engines were introduced, providing greater power and fuel efficiency to larger buses. With the development of highway systems, transcontinental bus lines became common in North America. Double-decked buses are used in some European cities; articulated buses pull trailers with flexible joints. Trolley buses, whose electric motors draw power from overhead wires, are now used mostly in European cities
bus
A common medium connecting multiple electronic components Low-cost computers use a bus topology to connect the processors of a multiprocessor A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
bus
a car that is old and unreliable; "the fenders had fallen off that old bus"
bus
The central communication avenue in a PCs system board It normally consists of a set of parallel wires or signal traces that connect the CPU, the memory, all input/output devices, and peripherals and allows data to be transferred from one system component to another Busses come in a variety of bit widths and speeds To prevent data bottlenecks, the components attached to a bus must operate at close to the same speed as the bus
bus
(1) (n ) A circuit over which data or power is transmitted, one that often acts as a common connection among a number of locations (2) (n ) A set of parallel communication lines that connect the major components of a computer system, including CPU, memory, and device controllers
bus
remove used dishes from the table in restaurants
bus
A data path in a computer, consisting of various parallel wires to which the CPU, memory, and all input/output devices are connected
bus
A common pathway, or channel, between multiple devices A bus allows for connecting multiple devices, whereas channels such as a PC's serial port can connect only to one device CPU -- Located on PC motherboard; SCSI HBA plugs into it I/O -- Data path between SCSI HBA and SCSI disk drive
bus
send or move around by bus; "The children were bussed to school"
bus
A conductor, or group of conductors, that serve as a common connection for two or more electrical circuits In powerplants, buswork comprises the three rigid single-phase connectors that interconnect the generator and the step-up transformer(s)
bus
Conductors that connect the functional units in a computer (called a bus because it travels to all destinations) Local busses connect elements within the CPU and other busses connect to external memory and peripherals
bus
To clear and clean a table in a restaurant
bus
an electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits; "the busbar in this computer can transmit data either way between any two components of the system"
bus
The plural form of the noun is buses. The third person singular of the verb is busses. American English uses the spellings buses, busing, bused for the verb
bus
A group of conductors that interconnect individual circuitry in a computer or digital device with which data transferred between various components of the device Typically, a bus is the expansion mechanism to which I/O or other devices are connected Example of PC buses are the AT bus, NuBus, and EISA bus
bus
a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work" a car that is old and unreliable; "the fenders had fallen off that old bus" remove used dishes from the table in restaurants ride in a bus send or move around by bus; "The children were bussed to school
bus
{i} large motor vehicle which can carry several passengers; electrical channel for transferring data between parts of a computer (Computers)
bus
remove used dishes from the table in restaurants ride in a bus send or move around by bus; "The children were bussed to school
bus
A cable for transmitting signals between various components within one computer system
bus
An omnibus
bus
A motor vehicle for transporting large numbers of people along roads
bus
Connector or set of connectors that serve as the interconnection between related devices; common bus types in personal computers include Industry-Standard Architecture (ISA), Extended Industry-Standard Architecture (EISA), and Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI)
bus
In a personal computer, the physical path used for transferring data between the CPU and an external device, such as a video monitor, a network board, or disk drive, etc
bus
All the components of your computer; the mouse, the monitor, the printer, the processor, the hardware cards, the memory and so on are all connected by wires This system of wires is called the bus
busses
third-person singular of buss
busses
third-person singular of bus, alternative spelling of buses
busses
alternative plural of bus, buses
busses
plural of buss
busses
a plural of bus
buses

    Silbentrennung

    bus·es

    Türkische aussprache

    bʌsîz

    Aussprache

    /ˈbəsəz/ /ˈbʌsɪz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'b&s ] (noun.) circa 1909. short for omnibus.

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