expectation

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} ümit
beklenti

Bizim zafer beklentilerimiz yok. - We have no expectations of victory.

Otel beklentilerini karşıladı mı? - Did that hotel meet your expectations?

{i} umma
{i} beklenilme
{i} umut

Tom için büyük umutlarım vardı. - I had great expectations for Tom.

{i} olasılık
(Tıp) ekspektasyon
bekleme
contrary to expectations beklenilenin aksine
intizar
{i} mirasa konma beklentisi
bekleti
expect
ümit etmek
expect
beklemek

Ara sıra beklemek zorundasın. - You have to expect that once in a while.

En kötüsünü beklemek zorundayız. - We have to expect the worst.

expectation of life
ortalama ömür
expectation of life
yaşanabileceği umut edilen süre
expect
bekle

Çok fazla şey bekleme. - Don't expect too much.

Otel beklentilerini karşıladı mı? - Did that hotel meet your expectations?

expect
{f} (birinden) (bir şeyin yapılmasını) beklemek: He expects me to carry out the garbage. Benden
expect
{f} düşünmek; zannetmek, sanmak
consumer expectation
(Ticaret) tüketici beklentisi
expect
beklenti içinde olmak
expectations
(Ticaret) tahmin
expectations
(Ticaret) bekleyiş
expectations
beklentiler
fulfill the expectation
beklentiye cevap vermek
conditional expectation
koşullu beklenti
expect
(olmasını/gelmesini) beklemek
expect
ummak
expect
sanmak
mathematical expectation
matematiksel beklenti
expect
tahmin etmek,zannetmek. expect= "beklenti" "ummak"
expectations
tahminler
be on the tiptoe of expectation
iple çekmek
be on the tiptoe of expectation
heveslenmek
contrary to my expectation
beklediğimin aksine
customer expectation
müşteri beklentisi
expect
intizar etmek
expect
dili zannetmek
future expectation
gelecek beklentisi
inflation expectation survey
(Politika, Siyaset) enflasyon beklenti anketi
iterated fission expectation
(Nükleer Bilimler) tekrarlanmış fisyon beklenen değeri
probability (expectation)
olasılık
probability (expectation)
ihtimal
role expectation
rol beklentileri
role expectation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rol beklentisi
salary expectation
(Ticaret) aylık ücret beklentisi
salary expectation
(Ticaret) maaş beklentisi
valid expectation
(Ticaret) geçerli beklenti
Englisch - Englisch
The first moment; the long-run average value of a variable over many independent repetitions of an experiment
The act or state of expecting or looking forward to an event as about to happen
the arithmetic mean
The prospect of the future; grounds upon which something excellent is expected to occur; prospect of anything good to come, especially of property or rank

Emma was not sorry to be pressed. She read, and was surprized. The style of the letter was much above her expectation. There were not merely no grammatical errors, but as a composition it would not have disgraced a gentleman; the language, though plain, was strong and unaffected, and the sentiments it conveyed very much to the credit of the writer. It was short, but expressed good sense, warm attachment, liberality, propriety, even delicacy of feeling. She paused over it, while Harriet stood anxiously watching for her opinion, with a Well, well, and was at last forced to add, Is it a good letter? or is it too short?.

The value of any chance (as the prospect of prize or property) which depends upon some contingent event
The leaving of a disease principally to the efforts of nature to effect a cure
That which is expected or looked for
belief about (or mental picture of) the future the feeling that something is about to happen
{n} a looking or waiting for, hope
The prospect of the future; grounds upon which something excellent is expected to occur; prospect of anything good to come, esp. of property or rank
The results users are expecting or depending on from the products and services they use These can be created through many factors including business need, market forces, government regulation
A person's expectations are strong beliefs which they have about the proper way someone should behave or something should happen. Stephen Chase had determined to live up to the expectations of the Company
wishing with confidence of fulfillment
The prospect of the future; grounds upon which something excellent is expected to happen; prospect of anything good to come, esp
the top-down prototype vector of the selected F2 category
of property or rank
An expectation for an identifier is a polymorphic species It indicates a collection of species for which an identifier will be defined For example, identifier zero has an expectation of REAL`a, indicating that it will be defined for every species in genus REAL An identifier can have more than one expectation, as long as no species belongs to more than one of the expectations If identifier x has more than one expectation, then x is overloaded
An estimate of the percent of students in a school who will meet the defined standard for a learning outcome
the anticipation of what is to happen next (see curiosity and suspense), what a character is like or how he or she will develop, what the theme or meaning of the story will prove to be, and so on
the sum of the values of a random variable divided by the number of values
The leaving of the disease principally to the efforts of nature to effect a cure
The first moment
(1) A term referring to the amount of you expect to gain on average if you make a certain play For instance, suppose you put $10 into a $50 pot to draw at a hand that you will make 25% of the time, and it will win every time you make it Three out of four times, you do not make your draw, and lose $10 each time for a total of $30 The fourth time, you will make your draw, winning $50 Your total gain over those four average hands is $50-$30 = $20, an average of $5 per hand Thus calling the $10 has a positive expectation of $5 (2) The amount you expect to make at the poker table in a specific time period Perhaps in 100 hours play, you have won $527 Then your expectation is $5 27/hr Of course, you won't make that exact amount each hour (and some hours you will lose), but it's one measure of your anticipated earnings
Your expectations are your strong hopes or beliefs that something will happen or that you will get something that you want. Students' expectations were as varied as their expertise The car has been General Motors' most visible success story, with sales far exceeding expectations
belief about (or mental picture of) the future
Expectations are computed for or against the occurrence of the event
an outcome or event that a person anticipates or looks forward to
the anticipated performance of a teacher The performance of a teacher can be affected by the expectations that the assessor or evaluator has for the teacher being evaluated If the evaluator has high expectations for the teacher being assessed, there is an increased likelihood of the teacher performing at a higher level than he/she might otherwise; holding low expectations for a teacher can reduce performance levels Sometimes the opposite impact can occur Too high expectations can undermine a teacher's confidence, while too low expectations can impel the teacher to strive for greater performance The same applies with regard to teachers' expectations of students
{i} hope, anticipation, longing or waiting for
the feeling that something is about to happen
anticipation
expect
expectation interest
hope that a particular legal outcome will result
expect
To consider reasonably due

You are expected to get the task done by the end of next week.

expect
To wait for; to await

Let's in, and there expect their coming.

expect
To look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of, whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; -- often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that)

I expect that the troops will be defeated.

expect
to look forward to as certain or probable
expect
{f} hope, anticipate; assume; be pregnant; require; look forward
expect
{v} to look for, hope, wait for, stay, attend
beyond expectation
more than was anticipated, greater than expected
contrary to expectation
as opposed to expectations, opposite of what was supposed or imagined to occur
criterion of expectation
checking if it is possible to predict the outcome of an action at the time it takes place
expect
look forward to the birth of a child; "She is expecting in March" consider reasonable or due; "I'm expecting a full explanation as to why these files were destroyed" regard something as probable or likely; "The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow" look forward to the probable occurrence of; "We were expecting a visit from our relatives"; "She is looking to a promotion"; "he is waiting to be drafted
expect
consider obligatory; request and expect; "We require our secretary to be on time"; "Aren't we asking too much of these children?"; "I expect my students to arrive in time for their lessons"
expect
to consider obligatory or required
expect
look forward to the probable occurrence of; "We were expecting a visit from our relatives"; "She is looking to a promotion"; "he is waiting to be drafted
expect
look forward to the birth of a child; "She is expecting in March"
expect
If you tell someone not to expect something, you mean that the thing is unlikely to happen as they have planned or imagined, and they should not hope that it will. Don't expect an instant cure You cannot expect to like all the people you will work with Don't expect me to come and visit you there
expect
regard something as probable or likely; "The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow"
expect
If you expect something, or expect a person to do something, you believe that it is your right to have that thing, or the person's duty to do it for you. He wasn't expecting our hospitality I do expect to have some time to myself in the evenings I wasn't expecting you to help Is this a rational thing to expect of your partner, or not? She realizes now she expected too much of Helen
expect
To look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; -- often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that); as I expect to receive wages; I expect that the troops will be defeated
expect
If you are expecting something or someone, you believe that they will be delivered to you or come to you soon, often because this has been arranged earlier. I wasn't expecting a visitor We were expecting him home again any day now
expect
be pregnant with; "She is bearing his child"; "The are expecting another child in January"; "I am carrying his child"
expect
To look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of, whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that); as, I expect to receive wages; I expect that the troops will be defeated
expect
If you say that a woman is expecting a baby, or that she is expecting, you mean that she is pregnant. She was expecting another baby I hear Dawn's expecting again
expect
consider reasonable or due; "I'm expecting a full explanation as to why these files were destroyed"
expect
If you expect something to happen, you believe that it will happen. a council workman who expects to lose his job in the next few weeks The talks are expected to continue until tomorrow Few expected that he would declare his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the presidency It is expected that the new owner will change the yacht's name They expect a gradual improvement in sales of new cars
expect
To wait; to stay
expect
You say `I expect' to suggest that a statement is probably correct, or a natural consequence of the present situation, although you have no definite knowledge. I expect you can guess what follows I expect you're tired `Will Joe be here at Christmas?' --- `I expect so.'
expectations
Customer perceptions about how an organization's products and services will meet their specific needs and requirements
expectations
plural of expectation
expectations
A person's prior beliefs about what should happen in a given situation
expectations
gatekeeping
expectations
The rules governing social situations, which are specific to particular societies and even to groups within societies These are notable only when violated Expectations are normative, in that they reflect what people believe ought to happen, and statistical, in that they express what people believe probably will happen These may be probability statements or 1 0 minus the probability of a failure or bad outcome
expectations
(or Unbiased Forward Predictor) Theory: the postulate that the expected change in the spot rate of exchange is equal to the difference between the current spot rate and the current forward rate for the relevant period
expectations
Customer perceptions about how our products and services will meet specific customer needs and requirements Expectations for a product or service are shaped by many factors including the specific use the customer intends to make of it, prior experience with a similar product or service, our representations and commitments in; i e , marketing and advertising descriptions
expectation
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