Gök gürültüsü bilimsel olarak açıklanmıştır, ve insanlar onun tanrıların insanlara kızgın olduğunun bir işareti olduğuna artık inanmıyorlar, bu yüzden gök gürültüsü de biraz daha az korkutucudur. - Thunder has been explained scientifically, and people no longer believe it is a sign that the gods are angry with them, so thunder, too, is a little less frightening.
İlk olarak bir C kursu aldığım zaman sınıfta açıklanan tek bir şeyi anlayamadım. Allah'a şükür ki bütün topluluğun nasıl çalıştığını bana açıklamak için bir programcı olan bir arkadaşım var. - When I first took a C course, I couldn't understand a single thing explained in class. Thank God I got a friend of mine who's a programmer to explain to me how the whole caboodle works.
Size açıklanan her hakkı anlıyor musunuz? - Do you understand each and every right that has been explained to you?
To give a sufficiently detailed report about (a) the reason for something, about why something happened, about a causal chain of events; about (b) how something works, about how elements in a system interact; about (c) how to do something, about the steps which need to be accomplished in order to accomplish a certain goal
Prints the entire decision tree back to the Observations, initial Modes, and Mode Transitions
to make plain or understandable; to show the logical development of relationships Like discussing an item, explaining an item or concept is normally open-ended and will require the use of more than one strategy of development
make known in detail; make plain or interpret; examine reasons and causes In such a question facts are most important
Make plain Account for Clarify, interpret, and spell out the material you present, giving reasons for important features or developments
If you explain something, you give details about it or describe it so that it can be understood. Not every judge, however, has the ability to explain the law in simple terms Don't sign anything until your solicitor has explained the contract to you Professor Griffiths explained how the drug appears to work `He and Mrs Stein have a plan,' she explained I explained that each person has different ideas of what freedom is
The word 'explain' in a question requires the student to give a reason or reasons No comment required really
make palin and comprehensible; "He explained the laws of physics to his students"
make palin and comprehensible; "He explained the laws of physics to his students" define; "The committe explained their plan for fund-raising to the Dean
To make plain, manifest, or intelligible; to clear of obscurity; to expound; to unfold and illustrate the meaning of; as, to explain a chapter of the Bible
If you explain something that has happened, you give people reasons for it, especially in an attempt to justify it. `Let me explain, sir.' --- `Don't tell me about it. I don't want to know.' Before she ran away, she left a note explaining her actions Hospital discipline was broken. Amy would have to explain herself Explain why you didn't telephone The receptionist apologized for the delay, explaining that it had been a hectic day
serve as a reason or cause or justification of; "Your need to sleep late does not excuse your late arrival at work"; "Her recent divorce amy explain her reluctance to date again"
Asks candidates to describe clearly, make intelligible and give reasons for a concept, process, relationship or development
In explanatory answers it is imperative that you clarify and interpret the material you present In such an answer it is best to state the "how or why," reconcile any differences in opinion or experimental results, and, where possible, state causes The aim is to make plain the conditions which give rise to whatever you are examining
If someone explains away a mistake or a bad situation they are responsible for, they try to indicate that it is unimportant or that it is not really their fault. He evaded her questions about the war and tried to explain away the atrocities I had noticed blood on my husband's clothing but he explained it away
[ ik-splAn ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English explanen from Old French explaner from Latin explanāre (“to flatten, to spread out, make plain or clear, explain”) from ex- (“out”) + planāre (“to flatten, make level”) from planus (“level, plain”); see plain and plane. Compare esplanade, splanade. Displaced native Middle English arecchen, irecchen "to explain, expound" (from Old English āreccan, ġereccan).
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