defector

listen to the pronunciation of defector
Englisch - Türkisch
terkeden
karşı tarafa kaçan
vatan haini
{i} dönen kimse
(Askeri) (ABD SAVUNMA KURULU) MÜLTECİ: Kendi ülkesinin kontrolünden kaçmış, veya o ülkenin kontrolu dışında olan, geri dönme isteği olmayan ve diğer ülke için özel değeri olan şahıs
{i} ilticacı
{i} karşı tarafa kaçan kimse
(Askeri) Mülteci, firari, rakibe sığınan
{i} sığınmacı
defect
{i} bozukluk
defect
özür
defect
kusur

Yapı olarak kusurlu olsalar bile, onlar fonksiyon olarak mükemmeldir. - If defective in structure, they are perfect in function.

Son araştırmaların gösterdiğine göre, Emmet'in teorisinin uygulanması her zaman kusursuz değildir. - Recent investigations have demonstrated that the application of Emmet's theory is not always without defects.

defect
{i} arıza

Arızalı TV yi yenisiyle değiştirdiler. - They replaced the defective TV with a new one.

Arızalar için makineyi kontrol ettiler. - They checked the machine for defects.

defect
(Mukavele) hasar, kusur, noksan
defect
hata

Neden hatanın nedenini sormadın? - Why have you not inquired about the cause of the defect?

defect
terketmek
defect
kaçmak
defect
döndürmek
defect
eğilmek
defect
dönmek
defect
iltica etmek
defect
eğmek
defect
defo
defect
sapmak
defect
defekt
defect
(öz ülkesini/partisini/vb.'ni) terketmek
defect
eksiklik

Sistemin belli eksiklikleri var. - This system has obvious defects.

defect
temassızlık
defect
{f} ayrıl
defect
(Askeri) Firar etmek, terketmek
defect
{i} noksan
defect
sakatlık
defect
sığınmak
defect
döneklik etmek
defect
defekt,v.boz: n.bozukluk
defect
terket
defect
{f} ayrılmak
defect
(Tıp) Eksiklik noksan, kusur, sakatlık, defekt
Englisch - Englisch
{i} one who defects, deserter
one who defects
A defector is someone who leaves their country, political party, or other group, and joins an opposing country, party, or group
a person who abandons their duty (as on a military post)
defect
To abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty
defect
{n} an error, fault, blemish, want
defect
{v} to be deficient, to fail
defect
desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army; "If soldiers deserted Hitler's army, they were shot
defect
A flaw in a system or system component that causes the system or component to fail to perform its required function A defect, if encountered during execution, may cause a failure of the system
defect
A blemish, imperfection or deficiency A defective title is one that is irregular and faulty
defect
A discontinuity or discontinuities which, by nature or accumulated effect (for example, total crack length), render a part or product unable to meet the minimum applicable acceptance standards or specifications This term designates rejectability
defect
To fail; to become deficient
defect
A defect is any nonconformity in a product or process Anything that does not conform to the product's specifications, is a defect
defect
a failing or deficiency; "that interpretation is an unfortunate defect of our lack of information" an imperfection in a bodily system; "visual defects"; "this device permits detection of defects in the lungs" an imperfection in a device or machine; "if there are any defects you should send it back to the manufacturer" desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army; "If soldiers deserted Hitler's army, they were shot
defect
an imperfection in a bodily system; "visual defects"; "this device permits detection of defects in the lungs"
defect
1 Anything that renders the steel unfit for the specific use for which it was ordered What is defective for one customer may be prime steel for another 2 A variety of quality problems in a coil Examples are punchmarks, roll marks, oil spots, and scratches
defect
Any non-conformance of an item with specified requirements
defect
{i} imperfection; deficiency
defect
a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body); "a facial blemish"
defect
{f} desert, abandon, change sides
defect
Program logic or data value that is not correct (i e , does not meet specifications) Defects within an application are most often detected during the testing cycle
defect
A product's or service's nonfulfillment of an intended requirement or reasonable expectation for use, including safety considerations There are four classes of defects: class 1, very serious, leads directly to severe injury or catastrophic economic loss; class 2, serious, leads directly to significant injury or significant economic loss; class 3, major, is related to major problems with respect to intended normal or reasonably foreseeable use; and class 4, minor, is related to minor problems with respect to intended normal or reasonably foreseeable use (see also "blemish," "imperfection" and "nonconformity")
defect
A defect is a fault or imperfection in a person or thing. He was born with a hearing defect. a defect in the aircraft caused the crash = imperfection
defect
A discontinuity or discontinuities which, by nature or accumulated effect (for example, total crack length), render a part or product unable ot meet the minimum applicable acceptance standards or specifications This term designates rejectability
defect
Ant irregularity or imperfection in a tree, log, piece product, or lumber that reduces the volume of sound wood or lowers its durability, strength, or utility value Defects in lumber may result from insect or fungus attacks, growth conditions and abnormalities, manufacturing or seasoning practices, etc
defect
A discrepancy between a test case and the product requirements, design, or implementation Defects can also occur in the test case itself
defect
A defect is anything that renders the aluminum unfit for the specific use for which it was ordered
defect
To abandon or turn against; to cease or change ones loyalty
defect
If you defect, you leave your country, political party, or other group, and join an opposing country, party, or group. He tried to defect to the West last year a KGB officer who defected in 1963. + defection defections de·fec·tion the defection of at least sixteen Parliamentary deputies. a fault or a lack of something that means that something or someone is not perfect (defectus , from defectus, past participle of deficere ). to leave your own country or group in order to go to or join an opposing one defect to/from. birth defect neural tube defect visual field defect
defect
A defect is an imperfection of sufficient magnitude to warrant rejection of the product
defect
A fault or malfunction
defect
Imperfection in a lattice resulting in a less symmetrical lattice (e g dislocations in a crystalline lattice)
defect
Nonconformance to requirements [12]
defect
A physical flaw in a microcircuit that may inhibit microcircuit performance or that may cause a chain of events that will inhibit performance in the near future Defects include gate oxide shorts, interconnect imperfections, leaky reverse-bias pn junctions, etc
defect
Two definitions currently in use: Any occurrence in a work product that is determined to be incomplete, incorrect, or missing An instance in which a requirement is not satisfied (Fagan, 1986)
defect
To injure; to damage
defect
Any irregularity or imperfection in a tree, log, piece product, or lumber that reduces the volume of sound wood or lowers its durability, strength, or utility value Defects in lumber may result from such factors as insect or fungus attack, growth conditions and abnormalities, manufacturing or seasonal practices, etc
defect
Failing; fault; imperfection, whether physical or moral; blemish; as, a defect in the ear or eye; a defect in timber or iron; a defect of memory or judgment
defect
Everyone defined this term as something unexpected which occurs during manufacturing Some defined it as being out-of-spec or not meeting requirements, while others were clear that a defect wasn’t necessarily a negative thing resulting in non-conformance People had difficulty with the subjective nature of the definition because it was had to define what a defect was and who defines it Some said there were difficulties because there is a belief that a defect equals non-conformance, while others said the problem was that a defect is a violation of the specification or workmanship requirements One person said that a defect is an artificial limit on a statistical population Quality is generally responsible for identifying or specifying defects which are then sent for disposition by engineering
defect
Any nonconformance to specified requirements by a unit or product
defect
A blemish which detracts from the appearance and appeal of an item; the monetary value is often reduced about 50% for defective items, although it could easily be more or less according to the extent of the defect; related terms include crack, fading, foxing, off center, scratch, split, spot, stain and yellowing
defect
a failing or deficiency; "that interpretation is an unfortunate defect of our lack of information"
defect
A chemical or structural irregularity that degrades the crystal of silicon or of the deposited materials that reside on its surface Defects can be active impurities that degrade electrical characteristics over time or inactive particulate matter
defect
an imperfection in a device or machine; "if there are any defects you should send it back to the manufacturer"
defect
Want or absence of something necessary for completeness or perfection; deficiency; opposed to superfluity
defect
A blemish, or imperfection A defective title is one that is irregular and faulty
defect
- A blemish, imperfection or deficiency A defective title is one that is irregular and faulty
defect
That portion of a tree or log that makes it unusable for the intended product Defects include rot, crookedness, cavities and cracks
defectors
plural of defector
defector

    Silbentrennung

    de·fec·tor

    Türkische aussprache

    dîfektır

    Aussprache

    /dəˈfektər/ /dɪˈfɛktɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ di-'fekt ] (intransitive verb.) 1596. Latin defectus, past participle of deficere.

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