embed

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} gömmek
{f} (in) (içine) iyice yerleştirmek, gömmek
{f} yerleştirmek
kakmak
(Dilbilim) içe yerleştirmek
içine oturtmak
gömülü
(Dilbilim) içkinlemek
(Bilgisayar) kat
içine katmak
içine katılmış
katıştırılmış
gömülmek
(Bilgisayar) katma
yerleştirilmiş
gömmek içine koymak
yerleş
sokmak
iyice yerleştirmek
oturtmak
göm

Borç saatini web siteme nasıl gömebilirim? - How can I embed the debt clock on my Web site?

içine katmak katmak /
içine koymak
{f} kafasına sokmak
(Bilgisayar) katmak
ilise
ilisiz
iliştirme
embedded
gömülü
embedded
ankastre
embed in
yerleştirilmiş
embed font
(Bilgisayar) katıştırılmış yazı tipi
embed in
yer et
embed with
yer et
embed in
(Fiili Deyim ) -e yerleştirmek , oturtmak , gömmek , kakmak
embed slide
(Bilgisayar) slayt katıştır
embed truetype fonts
(Bilgisayar) truetype katıştır
embedded
(Dilbilim) içeyerleşik
embedded
(Bilgisayar) katıştırılmış
embedded
saklı
embedded
gömük
embedded
iliştirilmiş
embedding
(Mekanik) gömülme
embedding
(Matematik) katıştırma
embedding
batırma
embedding
(Dilbilim) yerleştirme
embedment
gömme
drop embed
katmayı iptal et
embedded
yerleşmiş
embedded
gömülmüş
embedded
yataklanmış
embedded
{f} göm
third person singular of embed
üçüncü kişi embed tekil
wax embed
mum içine gömülü doku
embedded
batık
embedded
gömülü,v.göm: adj.gömülü
embedding
(Tıp) Histolojik muayene için alınan doku parçasının parafin veya benzeri sert bir madde içinde tesbit edilmesi (Bu işlem dokudan mikroskopik muayene için ince kesitler alınmasını kolaylaştırır)
embedding
(Tıp) Gebelik mahsülünün uterus dvarına tutnarak yuvalanması, gebelik mahsülünün implantasyonu
imbed
bak embed
imbed
(Tıp) Histolojik muayene için alınan doku parçasını parafin veya sert bir madde içinde tesbit etmek (İnce kesitler yapılmlasını kolaylaştırma amacıyla)
imbedded
iyice yerleştirilmiş
imbedded
sıkıca yerleştirilmiş
Englisch - Englisch
To lay as in a bed; to lay in surrounding matter; to bed; as, to embed a thing in clay, mortar, or sand
To encapsulate within another document or data file (unrelated to the other computing meaning of embedded as in embedded system)

The instructions showed how to embed a chart from the spreadsheet within the word document.

To define a one-to-one function from (one set) to another so that certain properties of the domain are preserved when considering the image as a subset of the codomain

The torus S^1\times S^1 can be embedded in \mathbb{R}^3.

To include in surrounding matter

We wanted to embed our reporter with the Fifth Infantry Division, but the Army would have none of it.

fix or set securely or deeply; "He planted a knee in the back of his opponent"; "The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
Command placed directly in a program Also an HTML programming, identifies the end of an element, also called the close tag Usually the same as the opening tag, but with a forward slash mark For example, the close tag for bold font is </B> See also close tag
Information created in one document and inserted into another document
The EMBED element is the method used to integrate Netscape Plug-In technology into a web page
To insert an object without maintaining a connection to the object's application Changes in the original object are not reflected when the embedded object is changed One way to embed an object is to paste the object from the clipboard
If an object embeds itself in a substance or thing, it becomes fixed there firmly and deeply. One of the bullets passed through Andrea's chest before embedding itself in a wall. + embedded em·bed·ded There is glass embedded in the cut
If something such as an attitude or feeling is embedded in a society or system, or in someone's personality, it becomes a permanent and noticeable feature of it. This agreement will be embedded in a state treaty to be signed soon. + embedded em·bed·ded I think that hatred of the other is deeply embedded in our society
The process of infiltrating a specimen with a substance such as paraffin so that the specimen can be subsequently sectioned for histological examination
{f} insert, inlay, drive in, implant
Implies the inclusion of elements and data into a computer file necessary to maintain or change the elements when used remotely
embedded
To be part of, and firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into; deep-rooted
embedded
Simple past tense and past participle of embed
embedding
To inject, insert a code (malicious) in other code or into the operating system
embedding
Present participle of embed
embedment
The act of embedding or the state of being embedded
embedment
An embedded structure, especially a steel structure, embedded in concrete that transmits external loads to it
embedment
The act of embedding, or the state of being embedded
embedded
With reference to operating system application and utility software, does not require additional diskettes
embedded
inserted as an integral part of a surrounding whole; "confused by the embedded Latin quotations"; "an embedded subordinate clause"
embedded
Fixed within a surrounding system or unit Also, engineered or intended to perform one specific function in a specific environment
embedded
that which is an integral part of the whole; specifically, a processor or microprocessor that is permanently attached to a circuit board or other device
embedded
from Labrosse (Labrosse, 2002) the computer is built into a system and is not seen by the user as being a computer Most real-time systems are embedded
embedded
To be partially buried in concrete or planted in earth
embedded
Programs built into machines and stored in ROM
embedded
past of embed
embedded
The property of being in an environment (or system) and interacting with it
embedded
In software, pertaining to programming code or a command that is built into its carrier For example, an application program may insert embedded printing commands into a document to control printing and formatting embedded chip or processor See embedded system
embedded
enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass; "found pebbles embedded in the silt"; "stone containing many embedded fossils"; "peach and plum seeds embedded in a sweet edible pulp
embedded
Lodged in instruction
embedded
(adj ) Characteristic of program code or commands that are distinguished as part of the source rather than called by reference
embedded
{s} inlaid, inserted, implanted, driven in, firmly set in place
embedded
A characteristic that was created with one application and embedded into a document created by another application Embedding the object, rather than simply inserting or pasting it, ensures that the object retains its original format You can modify the embedded object with the original program In Windows environments, embedding objects is made possible by a technology called OLE
embedded
An embedded system is a computer that lives inside another device and acts as a component of that device For example, current cars have an embedded computer under the hood that helps regulate much of their day to day operation An embedded file is a file that lives inside another and acts as a portion of that file This is frequently seen with HTML files having embedded audio files; audio files often embedded in HTML include AU files, MIDI files, SID files, WAV files, AIFF files, and MOD files Most browsers will ignore these files unless an appropriate plug-in is present
embedded
= a Non removable extra - usually used in reference to a CAM
embedded
surrounded with other distracting information (e g The answer you need is embedded in the list of numbers )
embedded
Appearing or growing as part of another structure
embedded
To be part of and firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into
embedded
An adjective refering to itmes, such as program code or commands, that are built into their carriers
embedded
Memory A player with a "built in" memory card is said to have "embedded memory" , or "internal memory" The embedded memory designation is preceded with an integer that describes the capacity of the internal memory of the player (e g : 32MB of Embedded Memory) Many portable audio players have embedded memory; some do not and therefore rely entirely on the memory that is introduced to the player via a built in port, or card slot
embedded
An application that is delivered as a hidden part of a larger system For example, the software in a fuel-injection control system is an embedded application found in many late-model automobiles
embedded
[TODO]
embedding
placing a font or client application in a document so it can be used by the recipient on another computer
embedding
A map which maps a subspace (smaller structure) to the whole space (larger structure)
embedding
{i} integration of an object within a document in Windows (Computers)
embedding
Creating an object out of a non-object entity by wrapping it in an appropriate shell [OMG]
embedding
The act of inserting an item like an image or document within a file (known as the destination file) After the item has been embedded, it becomes a part of the destination file When the item is opened within the destination file it opens within the program that created it
embedding
Encapsulation process, of thick protective material
embedding
A method for sharing data in Office 2000 application Embedded data is fully editable within the destination document and doesn’t retain a connection to its source document
embedment
Localized plastic deformation which occurs in the vicinity of clamped fasteners or in the fastener threads
embedment
{i} act of inlaying, act of insetting
embedment
The enclosure of an electronic, electrical, or electromechanical device in a resin matrix Most commonly, the embedding matrix is composed of a thermosetting polymer than can be converted from a liquid to a solid by heat, chemical reaction and/or a combination of these The device is buried or encased in the liquid, which then forms a protective shell when the liquid hardens
embedment
A steel member such as a plate, bolt, stud, or bar cast into a concrete structure which is used to transmit applied loads to the concrete
embedment
In roofing, to uniformly press one material into another, such as aggregate into bitumen, roofing felt into bitumen, or granules into a coating
embedment
That portion of the pole which is designed to be located in the ground or other supporting medium
embedment
(1) the process of installing or pressing-in a reinforcement felt, fabric, mat or panel uniformly into bitumen or adhesive; (2) the process of pressing granules into coating during the manufacture of factory-prepared roofing; (3) the process whereby ply sheet, aggregate, or other roofing components settle into hot – or cold- applied bitumen via the force of gravity
embedment
(1) the process of installing or pressing-in a reinforcement felt, fabric, mat or panel uniformly into liquid roofing materials; (2) the process of pressing granules into factory-prepared roofing during manufacture; (3) the process whereby ply sheet, aggregate, or other roofing components settle into liquid roofing materials via the force of gravity
embedment
Medallion, logo or everyday object is buried deep in what appears to be solid glass but instead is acrylic
embeds
third person singular of embed
imbed
fix or set securely or deeply; "He planted a knee in the back of his opponent"; "The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
imbed
another spelling of embed
imbed
To sink or lay, as in a bed; to deposit in a partly inclosing mass, as of clay or mortar; to cover, as with earth, sand, etc
imbed
{f} insert, set firmly in place; surround tightly, enclose (also embed)
imbed
alternative spelling of embed
imbedded
past of imbed
imbedded
{s} inserted, set firmly in place; tightly surrounded, enclosed (also embedded)
embed
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