distanced

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Englisch - Türkisch
bağımsız
ayrı
distance
mesafe

Işık yılı, ışığın bir yılda gittiği mesafedir. - A lightyear is the distance that light travels in one year.

O uzun mesafe yürümeye alışkın. - He is used to walking long distances.

distance
uzaklık

Dünyadan aya olan uzaklık ne kadardır? - What is the distance from the Earth to the moon?

Bilimciler gezegenler arasındaki uzaklıkları kolayca hesaplayabilir. - Scientists can easily compute the distance between planets.

distance
{f} uzakta tutmak
distance
(Askeri) MESAFE: Pruva direkleri arasındaki herhangi bir yönde yan yana münferit gemiler veya botlar arasında ölçülen mesafe
distance
a good distance off epeyce uzakta
distance
soğukluk
distance
süre

Araba sürerken kamyonlardan ve diğer araçlardan uzak durun. - Keep distance from trucks and other vehicles when driving.

distance
resmiyet
distance
uzak yer
distance
(Tıp) distans
distance
mesafe uzaklık
distance
iki nokta arasındaki mesafe
distance
araya mesafe koyma
distance
uzak olma
distance
mesafeler
distance
uzağa koymak
distance
uzak

Tesadüfen arkadaşımın uzakta yürüdüğünü gördüm. - It happened that I saw my friend walking in the distance.

Uzaktan bakıldığında, kaya, çömelen bir insan figürüne benziyor. - Seen at a distance, the rock looks like a squatting human figure.

distance
uzak bir yerde
distance
{i} ara

Gözler ve kulaklar arasında dört parmaklık bir mesafe vardır. - There is a distance of four fingers between the eyes and the ears.

Tokyo ve Osaka arasındaki mesafe yaklaşık 10 kilometreymiş diye duydum. - I heard that the distance between Tokyo and Osaka is about 10 km.

distance
{f} geçmek
distance
{f} geride bırakmak
distance
perspektif

Tom perspektife baktı. - Tom stared into the distance.

distance
buut
distance
(Tıp) Mesae, uzaklık, iki nokta arasındaki mesafe
distance
menzil
distance
{i} açıklık
distance
(Tıp) Zaman aralığı, iki olay arasında geçen müddet
distance
müddet
Englisch - Englisch
past of distance
distance
To move away (from) someone or something

He distanced himself from the comments made by some of his colleagues.

distance
To leave at a distance; to outpace, leave behind

Then the horse, with muscles strong as steel, distanced the sound.

distance
The amount of space between two points, usually geographical points, usually (but not necessarily) measured along a straight line

The distance to Petersborough is thirty miles.

distance
Distance remaining between your present position and a waypoint
distance
{v} to leave behind, to cast out or off
distance
{a} left behind, cast out of a race
distance
{n} a space, respect, reserve, coolness
Distance
toi
Distance
distancy
Distance
length
distance
Refers to the relative positions of two opposing fencers See fencing measure
distance
Space between two antagonists in fencing
distance
Must be defined each time Some use the front foot, some the back foot Some use the tip of the foot, some the heel Some substract an armlength
distance
The space separating the fencers We distinguish five distances: Open distance = farther than advance-lunge distance Advance-lunge distance Lunging distance Thrusting distance Close Quarters = closer than thrusting distance
distance
To cause to appear as if at a distance; to make seem remote
distance
the effective bouting space between two fencers in combat
distance
Français : Distance Deutsch : Entfernung
distance
(dstns) An interval of space between two points
distance
A considerable amount of space
distance
If you distance yourself from a person or thing, or if something distances you from them, you feel less friendly or positive towards them, or become less involved with them. The author distanced himself from some of the comments in his book Television may actually be distancing the public from the war. + distanced dis·tanced Clough felt he'd become too distanced from his fans
distance
The space between two objects; the length of a line, especially the shortest line joining two points or things that are separate; measure of separation in place
distance
Remoteness of place; a remote place
distance
a remote point in time; "if that happens it will be at some distance in the future"; "at a distance of ten years he had forgotten many of the details"
distance
indifference by personal withdrawal; "emotional distance"
distance
The part of a picture which contains the representation of those objects which are the farthest away, esp
distance
If two points, A and B, are located on a number line, then the positive difference of their coordinates is the distance between A and B
distance
keep at a distance; "we have to distance ourselves from these events in order to continue living
distance
Unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, "distance" means the same as "mileage "
distance
If you are at a distance from something, or if you see it or remember it from a distance, you are a long way away from it in space or time. The only way I can cope with my mother is at a distance Now I can look back on the whole tragedy from a distance of forty years
distance
The distance between two points or places is the amount of space between them. the distance between the island and the nearby shore Everything is within walking distance
distance
When two things are very far apart, you talk about the distance between them. The distance wouldn't be a problem
distance
{f} surpass, leave far behind; keep at a distance, maintain a distance between
distance
Distance learning or distance education involves studying at home and sending your work to a college or university, rather than attending the college or university in person. I'm doing a theology degree by distance learning
distance
Ideal disjunction; discrepancy; contrariety
distance
a measure of the disparity between two observations on a set of variables The most common measure is the squared Euclidian distance which is the sum of squared differences across a set of variables Letting m = the number of variables, and Xij be the value of the j-th variable for the i-th case, the squared Euclidian distance between cases k and l is
distance
{i} space between two points or things; condition of being apart; expanse, area
distance
  Looking at this term from the standpoint of the narrator, the recounting narrator can have varying degrees and different types of distance from the story they are telling   Factors would include whether or not they are a part of the events as well as the passage of time since those events   Narrators can also have moral distance from their tale if their values have changed since they participated in the events they are recounting or intellectual distance if they have gained new insight or education since they performed the actions communicated  
distance
size of the gap between two places; "the distance from New York to Chicago"; "he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points"
distance
A withholding of intimacy; alienation; coldness; disagreement; variance; restraint; reserve
distance
steer clear of
distance
To outstrip by as much as a distance see Distance, n
distance
3; to leave far behind; to surpass greatly
distance
n The space between two points
distance
the space between two points
distance
the property created by the space between two objects or points
distance
The vertical distance between a point and the regression line Usually known as the "residual "
distance
those items which are viewed beyond arm's length are considered in the distance, i e , curbs, steps, television, etc
distance
The entire amount of space to the objective
distance
Remoteness in succession or relation; as, the distance between a descendant and his ancestor
distance
Relative space, between troops in ranks, measured from front to rear; contrasted with interval, which is measured from right to left
distance
The distance between neurons, calculated from their positions with a distance function
distance
To move away from someone or something
distance
go far ahead of; "He outdistanced the other runners"
distance
Usually treated as a measure of evolutionary divergence, i e phylogenetic distance increases with increasing evolutionary divergence Distances are usually expressed pair-wise among the terminal taxa, and can be calculated based on a specified evolutionary model; the model specifies the probabilities of character-state changes through evolutionary time Distances are popular for building phylogenetic trees from molecular sequence data (cf maximum likelihood, parsimony)
distance
The units of all distance measures
distance
If you can see something in the distance, you can see it, far away from you. We suddenly saw her in the distance
distance
The approximate distance to the nearest coastline The nearest coastline may be an island or a point on the U S shoreline
distance
in a landscape
distance
the property created by the space between two objects or points size of the gap between two places; "the distance from New York to Chicago"; "he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points"
distance
The interval between two notes; as, the distance of a fourth or seventh
distance
To place at a distance or remotely
distance
If you keep your distance from someone or something, you do not get physically close to them. He walked towards the doorway, careful to keep his distance. distance yourself (from sth) to say that you are not involved with someone or something, especially to avoid being connected with them
distance
The length (in feet, meters, miles, etc ) between two waypoints or from your current position to a destination waypoint This length can be measured in straight line (rhumb line) or great circle (over the earth) terms GPS normally uses great circle calculations for distance and desired track
distance
the interval between two times; "the distance from birth to death"; "it all happened in the space of 10 minutes"
distance
Distance is coolness or unfriendliness in the way that someone behaves towards you. There were periods of sulking, of pronounced distance, of coldness. closeness
distance
One of the three components of the time, distance, and shielding (TDS) response; refers to the recommendation that one maintain distance from a hazard if at all possible Refer to the North American Emergency Response Guide (NAERG) as an appropriate resource
distance
Where ‘miles’ are referred to in this booklet ‘nautical’ miles are meant One nautical mile = 1 852 km
distance
Length or interval of time; period, past or future, between two eras or events
distance
The distance between two objects a measure of the interval between them It is important to understand that distances are not always measured by rulers, or their equivalent Measurements of distance are also related to measures of similarity and dissimilarity
distance
emphasis When you want to emphasize that two people or things do not have a close relationship or are not the same, you can refer to the distance between them. There was a vast distance between psychological clues and concrete proof
distance
A space marked out in the last part of a race course
distance
a distant region; "I could see it in the distance"
distance
Distance between points P (x1, y1) and Q (x2, y2)
distance
The distance of the location from the start of the line
distance
The remoteness or reserve which respect requires; hence, respect; ceremoniousness
distance
If you keep your distance from someone or something or keep them at a distance, you do not become involved with them. Jay had always tended to keep his girlfriends at a distance
distance
keep at a distance; "we have to distance ourselves from these events in order to continue living"
distanced
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