client

listen to the pronunciation of client
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} müvekkil

Avukat, müvekkilinin masum olduğuna inanıyordu. - The lawyer believed in his client's innocence.

Avukat müvekkilinin yasal yollara başvurmasını tavsiye etti. - The lawyer recommended his client to take legal action.

müşteri

Yaşlıları korumak için üzerimize düşeni yapmak amacıyla, bakım çalışmalarımız sırasında müşterilerimizi eğitmeye ve onlara göz kulak olmaya çalışıyoruz. - To do our part to protect the elderly, we work to educate and watch out for our clients during our caregiving activities.

Avukat birçok müşterisi vardır. - The lawyer has many clients.

iştemci, ağ üzerindeki kaynaklardan yararlandırılan kullanıcı bilgisayar
{i} hasta
kullanıcı
istemci

Favori eposta istemcin kimdir? - What's your favorite email client?

{i} bağımlı ülke
{i} alıcı
yanaşma
(Bilgisayar) işveren bilgisayar
iş sahibi
(Bilgisayar) istemciye
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) danışan
(Veteriner Hekimlik) Hasta sahibi
client address
(Bilgisayar) istemci adresi
client application
istemci uygulaması
client apps
(Bilgisayar) istemci uygulamaları
client architecture
(Bilgisayar) istemci mimarisi
client base
müşteri tabanı
client buffers
(Bilgisayar) istemci arabellekleri
client cache
(Bilgisayar) istemci önbelleği
client centered therapy
(Tıp) müşteri odaklı tedavi
client configurations
(Bilgisayar) istemci ayarları
client devices
(Bilgisayar) istemci aygıtları
client hosting
(Bilgisayar) istemci evsahipliği
client html
(Bilgisayar) istemci html
client id
(Bilgisayar) istemci kimliği
client id
(Bilgisayar) müşteri no
client license
(Bilgisayar) istemci lisansı
client listing
(Bilgisayar) müşteri listesi
client loop
(Bilgisayar) istemci döngüsü
client name
(Bilgisayar) istemci adı
client name
(Bilgisayar) istemci makine
client name
(Bilgisayar) müşteri adı
client password
(Bilgisayar) istemci parolası
client programs
(Bilgisayar) kullanıcı programlar
client programs
(Bilgisayar) istemci programlar
client pull
(Bilgisayar) istemci çekmesi
client settings
(Bilgisayar) istemci ayarları
client spy
(Bilgisayar) istemci gözetmeni
client support
(Bilgisayar) istemci desteği
client support
(Bilgisayar) müşteri desteği
client survey
(Ticaret) müşteri anketi
client systems
(Bilgisayar) istemci sistemler
client workstation
(Bilgisayar) operatör iş istasyonu
client's account
müşteri hesabı
client/server
(Bilgisayar) kullanıcı
client/server
(Bilgisayar) dağıtıcı
client/server computing
client/server hesaplama
client/server
istemci/sunucu
client driven
Müşteri odaklı
client owner
müşteri sahibi
client server architecture
(Bilgisayar) İstemci sunucu mîmârisi
client side
müşteri tarafı
client state
İstemci devlet
Client Software
Kullanıcı /Sunucu { client/server } yazılımlarda , kullanıcı tarafından çalıştırılarak sunucu ile ilişki kurup görüntüleyen ve değişik işlevleri yerine getiren bi yazılım
client area
ana bilgi alanı
client authentication
İstemci Kimlik Doğrulaması
client server environment; combat support equipment
(Askeri) hizmet sağlayıcı ortamı; muharebe destek teçhizatı
client/server
kullanıcı/dağıtıcı
clients
(Ticaret) hizmetten yararlananlar
independent client
bağımsız istemci
network client
(Bilgisayar) ağ istemcisi
previous client
(Bilgisayar) önceki istemci
session client
(Bilgisayar) oturum istemcisi
lawyer client relation
avukat müvekkil ilişkisi
direct client to client
müşteri direkt müşteri
fat client
(Bilgisayar) Güçlü istemci
heavy client
(Bilgisayar) Güçlü istemci
rich client
(Bilgisayar) Güçlü istemci
thick client
(Bilgisayar) Güçlü istemci
thin client
(Bilgisayar) Zayıf istemci
to break client's possession
müşteri mülkünü kırmak
attorney and client
avukat ve müvekkil
certified client
(Ticaret) belgelendirilmiş müşteri
connected to client
(Bilgisayar) istemci'ye bağlı
delete client
(Bilgisayar) istemci sil
install client
(Bilgisayar) istemci yükle
local client
Yerel İstemci
microsoft network client
(Bilgisayar) microsoft ağ istemicisi
reserved client
(Bilgisayar) ayrılan istemci
retail client
perakende müşterisi
rm test client
Rm Sınama İstemcisi
thin client
(Bilgisayar) bağlı program
upgrade client
(Bilgisayar) yükseltme istemcisi
Türkisch - Türkisch
internet üzerindeki bir sunucuya bağlanmış olan istemci
Englisch - Englisch
A customer, a buyer or receiver of goods or services
A legal term: According to Corpus Juris Secundum, A client (of an Attorney) is defined as "a Ward of the Court". "Wards of the Court" are defined as infants or persons of "unsound mind". "Unsound mind" has been defined and used in statutes and codes indescriminantly with such things as "lunacy" (peridodic madness), "idiocy" and "insanity". see Blacks Law dictionary 4th Edition
The role of a computer application or system that requests and/or consumes the services provided by another having the role of server
Person who receives help or advice from a professional person (ex. a lawyer, an accountant, a social worker, a psychiatrist, etc)
{i} customer, buyer
An application program connects to the window system server by some interprocess communication (IPC) path, such as a TCP connection or a shared memory buffer This program is referred to as a client of the window system server More precisely, the client is the IPC path itself A program with multiple paths open to the server is viewed as multiple clients by the protocol Resource lifetimes are controlled by connection lifetimes, not by program lifetimes
{n} an employer of an attorney, a dependant
A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a server software program on another computer, often across a great distance Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client A web browser and an FTP program are specific kinds of clients See Also: Browser, Server
someone who pays for goods or services
A client of a professional person or organization is a person or company that receives a service from them in return for payment. a solicitor and his client The company required clients to pay substantial fees in advance
A computer or software program that accesses resources over the Internet It is also an application that requests a server to perform a function In the Internet mail environment, the term client indicates a mail user agent, for example, Eudora
A node or software program that requests services from a server See Also: Node, Server Go to top
A software program used to contact and obtain data from a software program on another computer, often from a great distance Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client A web browser is a specific kind of client
The software employed by an individual user to retrieve or manipulate a specific piece of information from a server on the Internet Browsers are the client used to access the Web
(computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network
a person who seeks the advice of a lawyer
software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a server software program on another computer, often across a great distance
Computer that requests files or services from a server computer
A citizen who put himself under the protection of a man of distinction and influence, who was called his patron
One who consults a legal adviser, or submits his cause to his management
Computer (or software program on a computer) that uses the services of a server For example, Mosaic and Netscape are software clients used to access information from World Wide Web servers
A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a Server software program on another computer, often across a great distance EachClient program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of Server programs, and each Server requires a specific kind of Client A Web Browser is a specific kind of Client See also: Browser, Client, Server
A computer program that requests a service of another computer system (a "server") See also client-server
Consists of a hardware and a software component A software application that requests services from one or more servers Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client The user interface part of a DBMS that displays information on a screen and responds to user input (the front end) (See client, server)
Typically, a client is an application that runs on a personal computer and relies on a server to perform some operations In client-server architecture, client software handles sending and receiving on your end, while server software handles sending and receiving on the Internet's end For example, your e-mail client (for instance, Outlook Express or Eudora) is an application that enables you to send and receive e-mail, and it gets your mail from our e-mail servers here at SBC Yahoo! Internet Back to Top
A computer system or process that requests service from another computer system or process (server) In our laboratory, the machine you are using is called the client, and ANGUS (a large computer in Weber Hall that provides services for our LAN) is the server In a client-server relationship, the computing work is done on the client Software that requests information from other sources (such as Netscape) is known as client software
A program or computer that connects to and requests information from a server Examples: Internet Explorer or Netscape A client program also may be referred to as "client software" or "client-server software"
A customer or receiver of services
A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a server software program on another computer Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client A Web browser is one type of client
A dependent; one under the protection of another
On a local area network or the Internet, a computer that accesses shared network resources provided by another computer, called a server Also, an application or process that requests a service from some process or component A client facilitates a connection to server computers, and manages and presents information retrieved from those sources In a client/server environment, the workstation is usually the client computer When referring to COM objects, a program that accesses or uses a service provided by another component
client service
Another term for customer service
client-server
describes computer software usually comprising a number of client modules, and a server module to which they are connected in some way. The clients make requests of the server; the server processes the requests and returns the results to the appropriate client
client-side
Occurring on the client (local machine) rather than the server (remote machine)

Client-side validation of data is dangerous because the client might be malicious.

client state
Client state is one of several terms used to describe the economic, political and/or military subordination of one state to a more powerful state in international affairs
Client-Server
A software partitioning paradigm in which a distributed system is split between one or more server tasks which accept requests, according to some protocol, from (distributed) client tasks, asking for information or action There may be either one centralized server or several distributed ones This model allows clients and servers to be placed independently on nodes in a network Examples are the file-server/file-client relationship in NFS and the screen server/client application split in the X Window System
Client-Server
An application in which the functionality is divided between a machine serving many users and a client machine Generally applied to database applications
Client-Server
A form of information system where work is divided up between a client and a server The server is a system on a network which manages a resource or resources that are shared by users throughout the network The client is a program on the user's machine which allows them to make use of the server Book suggestion: Client/Server Computing For Dummies®
Client-Server
Two computer systems linked by a network or modem connection where the client computer uses resources by sending requests to the server computer
Client-Server
The method of interaction used when two application programs communicate over a network The server application "listens" at a well-known address, while a client application uses this address to contact the server and request services or information as needed
Client-Server
In computing, a network design ("architecture") that divides processing between clients and servers A personal computer or workstation (client) provides the interface and performs some or all of the processing on requests it makes from another supplying computer (server), which maintains the database and processes the requests
Client-Server
A local program (client) that provides an interface to remote programs (servers) in order to provide the client with access to some services such as databases
Client-Server
(1) An architecture of communications between remote users known as clients, and a central computer, known as the server The client has local processing power and the server provides data via communication lines using well-defined protocols for subsequent processing by the client station The server can also perform processing at the request ofthe client In most cases the client runs propriety software supplied by the server vendor without which the client cannot access the server CLIENT-SERVER (2) Client can also refer to a type of application, such as an "email client"
Client-Server
The methodology of interaction between hosts in a distributed system where one host sends a request to another host and waits for a response The client is the originator of the request, the server is the repsonder
Client-Server
Term used for program or system design where multiple 'client' processes may access a central 'server' for data (such as web browser clients accessing a web server)
Client-Server
A common way to describe network services and the model user processes (programs) of those services Examples include the name-server/name-resolver paradigm of the DNS and fileserver/file-client relationships such as NFS and diskless hosts
Client-Server
  Any hardware/software combination that generally adheres to a client-server architecture, regardless of the type of application
Client-Server
Sharing a computing task between two or more computers In a LAN, one computer with a large hard disk is typically set apart as a "file server", storing files for other computers on the network, which become its "clients" when they use it to store or retrieve data files or software A contrasting strategy is peer-to-peer
Client-Server
A paradigm used in network systems that separates data processing between client and servers computers There are numerous standards for defining roles (divisions of data processing responsibilities) in client-server systems All of the Internet is a special case of client-server
Client-Server
architecture linking a personal computer on a network to a database, with two primary functions: read and write
Client-Server
A software partitioning scheme in which a system is divided between server tasks performed on requests from clients, asking for information or action
Client-Server
A network in which some nodes provide special services, such as printing and file sharing, for other nodes
Client-Server
In information resource sharing on a network, process of the server completing some of the processing first, and then transmitting data to the requesting computer 6 24
Client-Server
A computing network in which the functions are divided between clients (or personal computers or terminals), and servers that store, process, and transmit the information
Client-Server
In a client-server relationship, the client is a local computer and the server is a remote computer When a client request data from a server, the server delivers information to the client which then displays the data for the user
Client-Server
A model or paradigm that describes network services and the programs used by end users to access these services The client side (or front end) provides a user with an interface for requesting services from the network, and the server side (or back end) is responsible for accepting user requests for services and providing these services transparent to the user
Client-Server
A way of designing computer applications that divides the work between two separate but linked applications The client application typically runs on the user's local workstation, helps the user request data from the server and displays the requested data appropriately on the user's screen The server application typically runs on a remote computer located elsewhere on the network, handles requests from multiple users, processes the data as requested, and returns the results to the computer screen See also server and client
Client-Server
A network architectural model in which many clients request and obtain specific networking services from a dedicated server
client account
The bank Account accessible and manageable through application of CyberPlat System mechanisms
client account
An online Service which allows the Client to manage their Job Slot Vacancies, to search our CV database, to view CVs, to monitor their use of the database, to view statistics relating to the number of hits any vacancy has received, and to manage their Client Account Administrators
client account
The Bank account that we have which is only for money belonging to our clients In order to safeguard your money, we keep client's money completely separate from money belonging to the firm
client application
application which can transfer objects to and from itself according to the OLE method
client base
A business's client base is the same as its customer base. Enviros Consulting has a client base of more than 2,000 organisations worldwide
client number
A unique 9 digit identifier assigned by APS for each client
client number
> The unique number assigned to each client to facilitate transactions like buying, selling and catalogue purchases
client server
Network terms for specific roles, equivalent to SCU and SCP
client server
A computing network in which the functions are divided between clients and servers that store, process, and transmit the information A standard language is used to define client server interaction
client server
A relationship between programs running on separate machine in a computer network The server is the provider of services, while the client is the consumer of the services
client server
computerized methodology by which a number of computer programs are simultaneously run (they are connected by the service provider)
client server
the system software that links a client to the system Serveur client
client server
a server which processes a request and returns the results to the requesting computer
client server
Client/Server distributes the processing of a Computer Application between two computers the Client & the Server - the principal being to exploit the power of each The Client is normally a PC The Application Program will access data and perform processing on the Server and using the data obtained via the server more processing tasks will be performed on the Client More than one user can use the application
client server
A networked information processing architecture in which information and programs are stored on both servers and clients, and processed cooperatively as the client processor interacts with the server Tasks may be local, shared, or centralized Traditional types of controls over mainframe systems usually do not apply
client server architecture
model for a system in which most of the data processing is performed by a server
client server network
network which works by the client/server architecture, network in which most of the data processing is performed by a server
client state
A client state is a country which is controlled or influenced by another larger and more powerful state, or which depends on this state for support and protection. France and its African client states. A country that is dependent on the economic or military support of a larger, more powerful country: "Each superpower continues to arm its client states" (C.L. Sulzberger). a country that is dependent on the support and protection of a more powerful country - used in news reports
client-centered therapy
a method of psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers in which the client determines the focus and pace of each session
client-server architecture
Architecture of a computer network in which many clients (remote processors) request and receive service from a centralized server (host computer). Client computers provide an interface to allow a computer user to request services of the server and to display the results the server returns. Servers wait for requests to arrive from clients and then respond to them. Ideally, a server provides a standardized transparent interface to clients so that clients need not be aware of the specifics of the system (i.e., the hardware and software) that is providing the service. Today clients are often situated at workstations or on personal computers, while servers are located elsewhere on the network, usually on more powerful machines. This computing model is especially effective when clients and the server each have distinct tasks that they routinely perform. In hospital data processing, for example, a client computer can be running an application program for entering patient information while the server computer is running another program that manages the database in which the information is permanently stored. Many clients can access the server's information simultaneously, and, at the same time, a client computer can perform other tasks, such as sending e-mail. Because both client and server computers are considered intelligent devices, the client-server model is completely different from the old "mainframe" model, which utilized a centralized mainframe computer that performed all the tasks for its associated "dumb" terminals
attorney-client privilege
An american legal doctrine that protects certain confidential communications between a lawyer and his or her clients
cliental
Of or pertaining to a client
collaborative client
A piece of software or add-on that allows a computer to run or link to another application on the internet
email client
A computer program used to manage email
fat client
A complex client that does not rely on the server to do most of its processing
solicitor-client privilege
A common law legal doctrine that protects certain confidential communications between a lawyer and his or her clients
thin client
A minimal client that relies on the server to do most of its processing
fat client
(Bilgisayar) A fat client (also called heavy, rich, or thick client) is a computer (client) in client–server architecture or networks that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications
heavy client
(Bilgisayar) A fat client (also called heavy, rich, or thick client) is a computer (client) in client–server architecture or networks that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications
rich client
(Bilgisayar) A fat client (also called heavy, rich, or thick client) is a computer (client) in client–server architecture or networks that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications
thick client
(Bilgisayar) A fat client (also called heavy, rich, or thick client) is a computer (client) in client–server architecture or networks that typically provides rich functionality independent of the central server. Originally known as just a "client" or "thick client" the name is contrasted to thin client, which describes a computer heavily dependent on a server's applications
Direct Client to Client
(refers to) type of Internet chat in which two users are joined by a direct connection rather than through the Internet (provides greater privacy)
OLE client
application which can receive information in the form of an embedded object
attorney-client privilege
legal right to preserve the confidentiality of conversations between a lawyer and client (one cannot legally be forced to reveal this information)
attorney-client privilege
the right of a lawyer to refuse to divulge confidential information from his client
cliental
{s} of or pertaining to a client or customer
clientless
{s} having no customers, having no clients
clients
Those who employ the services of the funeral director
clients
connect to those services A home machine that is dialing up through a modem typically has an IP address assigned by the ISP every time you dial in That IP address is unique for that session Clients connect at specific IP and specific port to server, accesses service thru specific protocol
clients
Software programs that provide access to network resources by working with the information on a server (q v ) An example of a client is a browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer
clients
plural of client
clients
Application clients
clients
The client statistic is very similar to the hit statistic, but it factors out duplicate hits by the same end user For example, if a user requests a page, and then clicks <refresh> to display the page again, this would only increment the client statistic once
clients
Programs, like Netscape (or other browser) and Eudora (or other mail reader ) (top)
clients
Individuals who buy promotional products from distributors
clients
The individual or company that sells its accounts receivables to a factor or other financial entities
clients
Number of processes or threads simultaneously requesting Web services from the server
clients
Seminar Principal FAQ's Contact Optimum
clients
A workstation or personal computer in a client/server environment
clients
those entities or persons who have access and distribute the Market Data to other Clients or to Final Users In case of entities or corporations, the term "Client" includes also all companies the registered capital of which is held, in the percentage of more than 50%, directly or indirectly, by the Client
clients
The computers that get services from the server on a network The service may differ depending on the access rights approved by the administrator
clients
PCs using client software that enables them to transmit requests for data and receive responses to those requests PCs operating in this mode are analogous to a telephone receiver
clients
Programs written specifically for the X Window System, for example mwm, xterm, and xclock
lawyer-client relation
the responsibility of a lawyer to act in the best interests of the client
limited client
client whose checks a bank will not honor because of the state of his account
mail client
An application for sending, receiving, and organizing email
mail client
(n ) A system that does not provide mail spooling for its users Mail is spooled on a mail server
mail client
An application which a user reads and sends their e-mail with Also called Mail User Agent (MUA)
mail client
index
mail client
-a computer or program that can send and receive email from a mail server
mail client
A program used to retreive email, like Outlook
mail client
Mail clients are the programs that help users send and receive email This is the part of the various networks and mail programs that users have the most contact with Mail clients create and submit messages for delivery, check for new incoming mail, and accept and organize incoming mail
mail client
An application that runs on a personal computer or workstation and enables you to send, receive and organize e-mail It's called a client because e-mail systems are based on a client-server architecture Mail is sent from many clients to a central server, which re-routes the mail to its intended destination back to top
service at the client's home
giving maintenance and assistance services to the buyer of the product in his home by the seller
the client is always right
the buyer is entitled to the best service, one must never argue with a client, creed of the American work ethic
client
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