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Englisch - Türkisch
(Havacılık) ertelemek
(Havacılık) tehir etmek
delay
ertelemek

O, işini kaybettiği için eğitimini ertelemek zorunda kalacak. - She'll have to delay her education because she lost her job.

delay
gecikme

Gecikmeden sorunu görüşmek gereklidir. - It's necessary to discuss the problem without delay.

Onun gecikmesi için hiçbir bahane yoktur. - There is no excuse for his delay.

delay
tehir

Boston'da tehir edildik. - We were delayed in Boston.

delay
geciktirmek

Fadıl nikahı geciktirmek için başka bir mazeret buldu. - Fadil found another excuse to delay the wedding.

delay
gecikmek
delay
{i} gecikme, geç kalma
delay
tehir etmek
delay
geri kalma
delay
erteleme

Fırtınalı olacak. Ertelemesek iyi olur. - It's going to be stormy. We had better not delay.

İşi bitirmeyi erteleme. - Don't delay finishing the business.

delay
yubatmak
delay
yubanmak
delay
{f} gecik

Gecikmeden sorunu görüşmek gereklidir. - It's necessary to discuss the problem without delay.

Kaza onun gelişini muhtemelen geciktirecek. - Possibly, the accident will delay his arrival.

delay
geciktir/ertele
delay
{f} oyalamak
delay
{f} geciktir

Kaza onun gelişini muhtemelen geciktirecek. - Possibly, the accident will delay his arrival.

Hava yarışın başlamasını geciktirecek. - The weather will delay the start of the race.

delay
(Askeri) GECİKME: Ateş gemisinden, gözetleyici ve tespit ediciye talep edilen ateş isteğinin hemen yerine getirilemeyeceğine dair rapor. Bunu, normalde tahmini bir gecikme süresi takip eder
delay
{f} savsaklamak
delay
{f} ertelemek, sonraya bırakmak
delay
muhlet
delay
maniolmak
delay
{f} oyalanmak
delay
(Askeri) (RADAR) GECİKTİRME: Bir bütünün belirli parçalarını seçmek için kullanılan zaman esasının başlangıcının elektronik geciktirilmesi
delay
{i} tecil
delay
(isim) erteleme, geciktirme, gecikme, tehir, tecil, geç kalma, mühlet
delay
geç kalmak
delay
asıntı
delay
geciktirme

Umarım onlar diğerleri gibi uçuşumu geciktirmezler. - Hopefully they don't delay my flight like the others.

Fadıl nikahı geciktirmek için başka bir mazeret buldu. - Fadil found another excuse to delay the wedding.

delay
alıkoymak
delay
mühlet
delay
rötar
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von delay to im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

delay
previously unexpected period of time before an event occurs; the act of delaying
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To retard; to stop, detain, or hinder, for a time
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procrastination
delay
{f} postpone, hinder; linger, move slowly
delay
{v} to defer, put off, stop, hinder, detain
delay
{n} a deferring, stop, stay, hinderance
Delay
dilation
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To delay someone or something means to make them late or to slow them down. Can you delay him in some way? The passengers were delayed for an hour. = hold up
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If there is a delay, something does not happen until later than planned or expected. Although the tests have caused some delay, flights should be back to normal this morning. = hold-up
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(1) The first stage of a five-stage DADSR envelope, which delays the beginning of the envelope's attack segment (2) A control function that allows one of the elements in a layered sound to start later than another element (3) A signal processor, used for flanging, doubling, and echo, that holds its input for some period of time before passing it to the output, or the algorithm within a signal processor that creates delay
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Delay is a failure to do something immediately or in the required or usual time. We'll send you a quote without delay
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the act of delaying; inactivity resulting in something being put off until a later time time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"
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An effect that delays and repeats a signal applied to its input Controls vary but you'll usually find a Delay Time control, a Feedback control and a Mix control These control how much of the delayed signal is fed into the input and how much of the delayed signal is fed back into the input - the delay time is the actual span of the delay Back
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To postpone an event until a later time Delay On Break (Off Delay) A particular type of timing function whereby the OFF event is delayed after a start circuit is opened Delay on Make (Delay on Energize, On Delay) A particular type of timing function which delays the ON event upon initial application of power to the timing device
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The time (or equivalent distance) displacement of some characteristic of a wave relative to the same characteristic of a reference wave; that is, the difference in phase between the two waves Compare lag
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To put off until a later time; to distract
delay
the act of delaying; inactivity resulting in something being put off until a later time
delay
The time that it takes for a packet or frame to travel from the sending station (source) to the receiving station (destination)
delay
A postponing of a sound or effect This term is often used to describe and set the amount of time between the original sound and the effect For example, the Echo effect in Wave Creator and RipEditBurn generates an echo in your wave file by taking the original sound, reducing its volume, and mixing it back into your audio with a slight delay You can set that delay to be anything from 10 milliseconds to 740 milliseconds
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- a pyrotechnic composition that is used for timing between the ignition of firework elements, such as in a roman candle
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act later than planned, scheduled, or required; "Don't delay your application to graduate school or else it won't be considered
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stop or halt; "Please stay the bloodshed!"
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– the increased travel time experienced due to circumstances that impede a desirable movement of traffic
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The length of time that it takes sound to travel a certain distance through the air
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To retard; to stop, detain, or hinder, for a time; to retard the motion, or time of arrival, of; as, the mail is delayed by a heavy fall of snow
delay
period of time during which a process must stop so that another essential process can take place
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To move slowly; to stop for a time; to linger; to tarry
delay
cause to be slowed down or delayed; "Traffic was delayed by the bad weather"; "she delayed the work that she didn't want to perform"
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If you delay doing something, you do not do it immediately or at the planned or expected time, but you leave it until later. For sentimental reasons I wanted to delay my departure until June So don't delay, write in now for your chance of a free gift. = postpone
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A basic DSP process, the output of which is the input signal delayed by a specified time (called the delay time) You can use delays to create filters, echoes, flangers, feedback loops and many other DSP effects
delay
The difference in the starting points of two sine waves, both having the same frequency Measured in seconds
delay
The time lost by a person or a vehicle during travel due to circumstances which impede the desirable movement of traffic It is the travel time difference between congested and free-flow travel times
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An effect in which a copy of a signal is played back later than the original
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The time it takes for a signal to go from the sending station through the satellite to the receiving station
delay
time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"
delay
Also called Queue Time The time a caller spends in queue, waiting for an agent to become available Average Delay is the same thing as Average Speed of Answer Also see Average Delay of Delayed Calls
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In communications, the time between two events Typically the time it takes for circuits to react to an event
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For radar purposes, Delay is the time between the transmission of a signal and the reception of the reflected signal Since the signal transmission speed is known (though note atmospheric effects), this delay indicates the distance ("range") to the target Because a round-trip path is required, the conversion is 998 009564 seconds/AU
delay
A putting off or deferring; procrastination; lingering inactivity; stop; detention; hindrance
delay
{i} postponement, hindrance, hold-up; stopping, lingering
delay
slow the growth or development of; "The brain damage will retard the child's language development"
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act later than planned, scheduled, or required; "Don't delay your application to graduate school or else it won't be considered"
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A miscellaneous action that lowers a character’s initiative result, thereby allowing some period of observation before any action is attempted Delay is announced when it is the character’s turn to act, but the amount of delay need not be specified The character may simply act at any initiative count desired before the end of the round However, delaying reduces that character’s initiative result to the count at which the delayed action occurred for the rest of the combat An initiative result can be lowered in this way to –10 minus the character’s initiative bonus, but when the initiative count reaches that point, the character must act or forfeit any action that round If two or more delaying characters want to act on the same initiative count, the one with the highest initiative bonus (or highest Dexterity, in case of a tie) acts first If two or more delaying characters are trying to act last, the one with the highest initiative bonus may do so
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The wait time between two events, such as the time from when a signal is sent to the time it is received
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Sound wave reflections or echoes that strike the ear drum after 40 milliseconds of the original sound Delay, as opposed to reverb, can be heard as a second distinct sound or echo
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To allay; to temper
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a common effect in a sampler or synthesizer that mimics the time difference between the arrival of a direct sound and the first reflection to reach the listener's ears
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A signal which comes from a source and then is delayed by a tape machine or delay device and can be mixed with the original (non-delayed) signal to make it sound fuller, create echo effects, etc
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A delay applied to the input signals processed by the 02R to compensate for signal processing delays, for example caused by the gap between the record and playback heads of a multitrack recorder
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If you delay, you deliberately take longer than necessary to do something. If he delayed any longer, the sun would be up
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To put off; to defer; to procrastinate; to prolong the time of or before
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A measure of the time separation between two events Examples from the field of audio include: the time separation between a direct signal and a reflection of it, and the delay of a signal in electronic circuits or in loudspeakers Audio signals are often purposely delayed by digital delay devices to achieve certain effects
delay
dwell on
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