compress

listen to the pronunciation of compress
Englisch - Türkisch
sıkıştırmak

Bir balya makinesi samanı balyalara sıkıştırmak için kullanılır. - A baler is used to compress hay into bales.

bastırmak
(Nükleer Bilimler) sıkıştırma

Bir balya makinesi samanı balyalara sıkıştırmak için kullanılır. - A baler is used to compress hay into bales.

(Biyokimya) bastırma
(Havacılık) sıkıştırmak sıkmak
basınçlı
(Denizbilim) yoğunlaştırmak
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştırılmış

Onu bana sıkıştırılmış dosya olarak gönder. - Send it to me as a compressed file.

basmak
kompres
sıkıştır

Bu dosya sıkıştırıldı. - This file has been compressed.

Onu bana sıkıştırılmış dosya olarak gönder. - Send it to me as a compressed file.

özetlemek
bir kaç sözcükle anlatmak
{f} kompres yapmak
compressed air sıkıştırılmış hava
pamuk v
{f} kısaltmak
b balyalarını sıkıştıran makina
sıkıştır,v.sıkıştır: n.sıkıştırma
(isim) kompres
compressible sıkıştırılabilir
(Tıp) Kompres, yara veya şiş ve iltihapların tedavisinde kullanılan yumuşak ve ekseriyetle ıslak bez
özet
compress after
(Bilgisayar) dosyayı
compress a drive
(Bilgisayar) bir sürücü sıkıştır
compress data
(Bilgisayar) veri sıkıştır
compress now
(Bilgisayar) şimdi sıkıştır
compress to black and white
(Bilgisayar) siyah beyaz'a sıkıştır
compress to color
(Bilgisayar) renkliye sıkıştır
compressing
kısaltma
compression
{i} kısaltma
compressed
sıkışmış
compressing
sıkıştırarak
compressing
sıkıştıran
compressing
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştırılıyor
compression
basınçlandırma
compression
(Biyoloji,Jeoloji) sıkışma
compression
{i} sıkıştırma
do not compress
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştırma
compressed
sıkıştırılmış

Onu bana sıkıştırılmış dosya olarak gönder. - Send it to me as a compressed file.

compressed
kısa
compressed
basınçlı
compressed
özet
compressing
{i} sıkıştırma
compression
özetleme
compression
{i} basınç
compressed
sıkıştır

Onu bana sıkıştırılmış dosya olarak gönder. - Send it to me as a compressed file.

Bu dosya sıkıştırıldı. - This file has been compressed.

compressible
sikiştirilabilir
compressing
sıkıştır
squeeze, compress
sıkmak, sıkıştırmak
compressible
bastırılabilir
compressible
sıkışır
compressible
sıkıştırılabilir

Plastik şişeler sıkıştırılabilir ve geri dönüştürülebilir. - Plastic bottles are compressible and recyclable.

compressible
sıkışabilir
compressible
baskılanır
compressing
özet
compression
(Tıp) Solunum yolları tıkanıklığı dolayısıyle ağız içinde menfi dıştan normal atmosfer tazyiki
compression
(Tıp) Ağızla solunum dolayısıyle yüz kaslarının kasılması ve sonucu alveol ve diş kavislerine tazyik yapması
compression
sıkışma/sıkıştırma
compression
{i} tazyik
compression
(Tıp) Kompresiyon, alveol ve diş kavislerinin darlaşmış olması ile vasıflı olup
compression
{i} kompresyon
compression
ufaltma
compression
bastırma
compression
compression stroke sıkıştıran vuruş
Englisch - Englisch
A machine for compressing
A multiply folded piece of cloth, a pouch of ice etc., used to apply to a patient's skin, cover the dressing of wounds, and placed with the aid of a bandage to apply pressure on an injury

He held a cold compress over the sprain.

To condense into a more economic, easier format

This chart compresses the entire audit report into a few lines on a single diagram.

To make digital information smaller by encoding it using fewer bits
To be pressed together or folded by compression into a more economic, easier format

Our new model compresses easily, ideal for storage and travel.

To abridge

If you try to compress the entire book into a three-sentence summary, you will lose a lot of information.

To make smaller; to press or squeeze together, or to make something occupy a smaller space or volume

The force required to compress a spring varies linearly with the displacement.

to press together or into smaller space
{f} press together, make smaller using pressure; condense
{n} a bolster of linen rags, a bandage
{v} to squeeze close, embrace, reduce
Store data in such a way that the file size is reduced
To press or squeeze together; to force into a narrower compass; to reduce the volume of by pressure; to compact; to condense; as, to compress air or water
compress files
To condense or abridge
If an event is compressed into a short space of time, it is given less time to happen than normal or previously. The four debates will be compressed into an unprecedentedly short eight-day period Some courses such as engineering had to be compressed
squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
To make a file smaller by applying a compression algorithm, usually for the purpose of conserving space or speeding up file transfers Most of the files found in found in file libraries are compressed and have the file extension " ZIP"
used to cover the dressing of wounds, and so placed as, by the aid of a bandage, to make due pressure on any part
A compress is simply a cloth soaked in a hot herbal extract and is applied to the painful area
A compress is a pad of wet or dry cloth pressed on part of a patient's body to reduce fever. Sore throats may be relieved by cold compresses. a small thick piece of material that you put on part of someone's body to stop blood flowing out or to make it less painful cold/hot compress
to make a file smaller by changing the way the information is stored
If you compress something such as a piece of writing or a description, you make it shorter. All those three books are compacted and compressed into one book. = condense
A cloth soaked in an infusion or decoction, and pressed against the skin
a folded cloth or pad applied so as to press upon a body part
  See data compaction, data compression, signal compression
to squeeze something into less space which is useful for saving space on your hard drive (etc ) see information storage and for making smaller files to send through the Internet there are many compression utilities (useful programs), using different formats 'zipping' ( zip) is common on Windows etc operating systems, and you can get WinZip from the TUCOWS software archive 'binhex' (hqx) is very common for downloadable files for Macintosh, try DropStuff v4 from Aladdin Systems, a site where you can get further information for both Windows and Macintosh, on compressing and decompressing see also archive
The process of making a file smaller so that it will save disk space and transfer faster over a network The most common compression utilities are PKZIP for IBM PC or compatible computers ( zip files) and Compact Pro ( cpt files) or Stuffit ( sit files) for Macintosh computers
A folded piece of cloth, a pouch of ice, etc., used to cover the dressing of wounds, and placed with the aid of a bandage to apply pressure on an injury
To make a file smaller by removing redundant information
{i} poultice, bandage
A program that compacts a file so that it fits into a smaller space Also can refer just to the technique of reducing the amount of space a file takes up
Generically, to make a file smaller by removing redundant information ZIP is the common format for PC/windows computers
To make a file smaller by applying a compression algorithm, usually for the purpose of conserving space or speeding up file transfers This can also refer to the Unix command to compress a file which appends ' Z' to the filename, ' gz' or to the free GNU enhanced version, gzip
a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever) squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
This is a compact way to store files containing text, data, or images Compressed Windows files are known as ZIP files Compacted Macintosh files are known as SIT, SEA, or HQX files Special software is necessary to uncompress these files"Unzip for Windows, and Stuffit Expander for Macintosh
make more compact by or as if by pressing; "compress the data
The act of discarding redundant information from a file, thereby making it smaller
To squash a file to save space and to speed up transfers Two well-known compression programs are Stuffit for Macintosh and WinZip for Windows
To embrace sexually
To reduce the size of a digital file for the purpose of speedier file transfer and archiving
When you compress something or when it compresses, it is pressed or squeezed so that it takes up less space. Poor posture, sitting or walking slouched over, compresses the body's organs Air will compress but the brake fluid won't. + compression com·pres·sion The compression of the wood is easily achieved
a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)
To make data take up less space Archiving programs do this, which means that files will take less time to transfer with modems Many modems now have the ability to automatically compress the information they send and receive [See also archive, data compression]
The act of discarding redundant or semi-redundant information from a file, thereby making it smaller
Reduce the size of a design file or cell library file by permanently removing the elements or cells that have been marked for deletion
A folded piece of cloth, pledget of lint, etc
make more compact by or as if by pressing; "compress the data"
A folded piece of material or lint applied hot or cold to the body
To press together; To make more compact by or as if by pressing
cold compress
cold cloth or pad applied to an body ache or injury
compressed
pressed tightly together
compressed
Simple past tense and past participle of compress
compressed
flattened, especially when along its entire length
compression
to increase in density; the act of compressing, or the state of being compressed; compaction
compression
the process by which data is compressed
compression
the electronic process by which any sound's gain is automatically controlled
compressible
capable of being pressed into smaller compass
compression
constraint, as by force or authority
compressible
{a} capable of being compressed
compression
{n} the act of bringing parts near
Compression
compressure
compressed
certain leafstalks or flatfishes
compressed
Compressed air or gas is squeezed into a small space or container and is therefore at a higher pressure than normal. It is used especially as a source of power for machines
compressed
Flattened lengthwise
compressed
FTP archive maintainers often use utility programs to compress files on their systems to save disk space and improve network file transfer times Compressed files like encoded have to be post processed before they can be used Compressed files are usually distinguished from ordinary files by a filename extension
compressed
past of compress
compressed
reduced in volume by pressure; "compressed air"
compressed
pressed tightly together; "with lips compressed"
compressed
Flattened strongly, typically laterally; keeled
compressed
flattened laterally along the whole length e
compressed
Natural Gas (CNG)
compressed
To compact data to save space
compressed
Shell cross-section which is squeezed laterally, so it is taller than it is wide
compressed
Flattened laterally, as are the sheaths and spikelets of some grasses
compressed
{s} compacted, concentrated, condensed
compressed
squeezed to make smaller or closer together
compressed
Pressed together; compacted; reduced in volume by pressure
compressed
Data files available for download from the Internet are typically compacted in order to save server space and reduce transfer times Typical file extensions for compressed files include zip (DOS/Windows) and tar (UNIX)
compressed
-A stranding configuration with concentric strands in which either all layers or the outer layer only is passed through a die to reduce the conductor diameter by 3%
compressed
Text which is narrow or tightly spaced Usually at least 15 characters per inch
compressed
Many files on the Internet are compressed-this reduces the space taken up by a file and makes transmitting it over the Internet faster The user must then have a program to decompress the file
compressed
flattened laterally along the whole length (e g , certain leafstalks or flatfishes)
compressed
Many of the files transferred over the Internet are compressed because this reduces the space taken up by the file as well as permitting faster transmission over the network In order to de-compress files you need to have "helper applications" resident on your computer
compressed
To reduce the volume of, by or as if by pressure
compressed
flattened or pressed together laterally
compressed
reduced in volume by pressure; "compressed air" pressed tightly together; "with lips compressed" flattened laterally along the whole length e
compressed
Many files on the Internet are compressed--this reduces the space taken up by a file and makes transmission over the Internet faster The client must then have software able to decompress the file
compressible
capable of being compressed or made more compact; "compressible packing materials"; "a compressible box"
compressible
capable of being easily compressed
compressible
the ease with which a substance reduces its volume under external force Hydrometer: an instrument used to measure the density of liquids Pressure: a measure of the amount of force acting on a certain area of surface
compressible
Containing a circle that does not serve as the boundary of a disk that lies in the surface, but does serve as boundary of a disk that lies in the ambient manifold
compressible
capable of being compressed or made more compact; "compressible packing materials"; "a compressible box" capable of being easily compressed
compressible
Excessive decrease in volume of soft soil under load
compressible
Capable of being pressed together or forced into a narrower compass, as an elastic or spongy substance
compressible
A fluid flow is compressible if its density r changes appreciably (typically by a few percent) within the domain of interest Typically, this will occur when the fluid velocity exceeds Mach 0 3 Hence, low velocity flows (both gas and liquids) behave incompressibly
compressible
{s} capable of being compacted or condensed
compressible
capable of being reduced in volume through exertion of external pressure
compressible
able to be compressed
compressing
present participle of compress
compressing
applying pressure
compressing
{s} pressing together
compression
The act of compressing, or state of being compressed
compression
Decreasing the size of stored information by reducing the representation of the information without significantly diminishing the information itself, usually by removing redundancies Requires decompression upon retrieval Lossless compression allows the original data to be recreated exactly Lossy compression sacrifices some accuracy to achieve greater compression
compression
Compression is the process by which image data is reduced to require less storage space Employing compression is particularly important when saving gray-scale or color images because of their large size Software algorithms search the raster image to build a greatly condensed (from a file storage perspective) format of the image In the case of CCITT Group IV, the file size reduction is about 25: 1 The actual compression factor is greatly dependent upon the quality of the scan and upon the density of the information
compression
the electronic process by which any sounds gain is automatically controlled
compression
an increase in the density of something
compression
The re-encoding of data to make it smaller Most image file formats use compression because image files tend to be large and consume large amounts of disk space and transmission time over networks
compression
Reduction in the size of data in order to save space and time spent transferring the file
compression
Reduction in the size of digital materials by removing redundancy or by approximation; lossless compression can be reversed; lossy compression can not be reversed since information is lost by approximation
compression
Digital data can be compressed by encoding repeatable patterns of binary 0's and 1's Compression depends entirely on the type of file and compression algorithm used, and can be the result of a software algorithm or hardware circuitry The more patterns that can be found, the more that data can be compressed Text can generally be compressed to about 40% of its original size, and graphics files from 20% to 90%
compression
The coding of files to storage space or transmission time Most commonly used files of text, images, sound, or video can be converted into files of fewer bits These compressed files can then be expanded to the original form for display or play Many compression algorithms exits Some compressions are better suited on one type of file than for others Commonly used image compression methods are JPEG, and GIF There are special compression methods for sound and video (e g , MPEG compression) files Some compression methods are used for files without regard to the kind of data represented Common general compression methods include zip and pkzip for DOS based systems, stuffit for Macintosh® operating systems, andcompress (using gzip) for UNIX operating systems Two or more compressed files may be combined into an archive file using compression programs such as tat or zip
compression
1 A method to store text, data, or images in fewer bits Rather than store every pixel of a blue square, the computer could store only one blue pixel and the dimensions of the square Several compression standards exist: JPEG, JBIG, MPEG, GIF, TIFF, PICT, ZIP 2 Lossy compression A form of compression in which some data is discarded to allow much smaller file sizes In image compression, lossy techniques such as those uses in the JPEG format D Return to top
compression
the act of compressing, or the state of being compressed; compaction
compression
Reducing the size of data to be stored or transmitted in order to save transmission time, capacity, or storage space Some software programs accomplish this by stripping color graphics and other "non-essential" data identifiers from the data stream (Back to top )
compression
encoding information while reducing the bandwidth or bits required
compression
In wireless microphones, the process of reducing the dynamic range of the audio signal by a factor of 2: 1 via a logarithmic compressor for transmission In general audio use, a circuit to reduce circuit gain by a variable amount when the output begins to exceed some preset maximum
compression
A technique used to increase the number of bits per second sent over a data link by replacing often-repeated characters, strings, and command sequences with electronic code When this compressed data reaches the remote end of the transmission link, the coded data is replaced with the actual uncompressed data
compression
Shrinking the file size of a captured image down to a more manageable size Most digital cameras use some type of compression An uncompressed image can be very large (between 8MB and 16MB); compression fits more images in the same space with limited quality loss
compression
Reducing the amount of data required to recreate an original file or graphic Compression is frequently used to reduce the transmission time of media and files across the Web
compression
the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together; "the contraction of a gas on cooling"
compression
Removal of redundant information from a file or data stream, to reduce its size, the storage space it needs, or the time needed for transmission Lossy compression actually discards information that is considered not essential, and is only appropriate for data like images or sound
compression
the reduction in size of data in order to save space or transmission time Since graphic image file formats are usually very large files, they are usually designed to compress information as much as possible
compression
applying pressure encoding information while reducing the bandwidth or bits required the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together; "the contraction of a gas on cooling
compression
A means of reducing the size of files to allow quicker transmission, or to take up less space you need a program such as WinZip to compress and uncompress the files
compression
An algorithm that is applied to a digital image to reduce its file size Compression can be either Lossy or Lossless
compression
applying pressure
compression
When storing information in digital form, it is often possible reduce the amount of space required by exploiting regular patterns in the data For example, documents written in English frequently contain "the" A compression system might notice this fact and represent the complete word "the" (24 bits) with a shorter code A picture containing your friend's face plus a lot of blue sky could be compressed if the upper region were described as "a lot of blue sky" All popular Web image, video, and sound formats incorporate compression
compression
It is often possible to remove redundant information or capitalize on patterns in data to make a file smaller Usually when a file has been compressed, it cannot be used until it is uncompressed Image files are common exceptions, though, as many popular image file formats have compression built-in
compression
A technique used to considerably reduce the size of a file without losing any of the original information The compression process alters the content of the file but this can and is completely recovered by reversing the process
compression
A method of reducing the size of computer files There are several compression programs available, such as gzip and WinZip
compression
Data Compression is a process that reduces the size of a file by "eliminating" any redundant data Many different schemes of compression exist for audio, computer data, video etc Compressing a file saves storage space and allows for faster transmission of data Decompression is the reverse process to restore data to its original form [BACK]
compression
the cycle of an internal combustion engine during which the fuel and air mixture is compressed
compression
Reduction of the size of digital data files by removing redundant and/or non-critical information ("data" being the elements of video, audio and other "information") Digital TV in the U S would not be possible without compression
compression
A process that reduces the file size for processing, storage, transmission, and display Compression may be lossless (e g , CCITT) or lossy (JPEG) The quality of the image may be affected by the compression techniques used and the level of compression applied
compression
In MIDI-computing, the process of compression and expansion refers to changing the range of a song Compression makes the loud parts softer, the soft parts louder
compression
{i} pressing together, making smaller using pressure
hot compress
hot pad, heated cloth which is applied to areas of the body to reduce inflammation
compress
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