focus

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Politika, Siyaset) odaklanmak

Ben geleceğe odaklanmak istiyorum. - I want to focus on the future.

Tom neyin yapılması gerektiği konusuna odaklanmakta sorun yaşadı. - Tom had trouble focusing on what needed to be done.

{f} odaklamak
{i} odak noktası

Odak noktasını kaybetmeyelim. - Let's not lose focus.

Gelecek ayın konusunun odak noktası küresel ısınmanın etkileri olacak. - The focus of next month's issue will be the effects of global warming.

odak

Dikkatimi okumaya odaklamaya çalıştım. - I tried to focus my attention on reading.

Görüntü odak dışında. - The image is out of focus.

(Tıp) Odak, mihrak, foküs: Işınların bir mercekten geçtikten sonra toplandıkları nokta
odaklama

Dikkatimi okumaya odaklamaya çalıştım. - I tried to focus my attention on reading.

foküs
(Politika, Siyaset) bir noktaya toplanmak
bir çekide toplamak
ilgi merkezi
merkez çekit
ilgi odağı
ayar etmek
merkez
{f} odakla

Bir şeye odaklan ve onu iyi yap. - Focus on one thing and do it well.

Dikkatimi okumaya odaklamaya çalıştım. - I tried to focus my attention on reading.

odak ayarı yapmak
fokus
odak,v.odakla: n.odak
(Tıp) Bir hastalık proçesinde mikropların kümelendiği yerler
faaliyet merkezi
{f} odağı ayarlamak
{i} dikkati toplayan şey
(Mukavele) odak, odaklılık; dikkatini toplamak
{f} bir noktada toplamak
belirli bir noktayı iyi görebilmek için göz veya aleti ayar etme
bir noktaya getirmek
{ç} --es (fo'kısız)/fo.ci (fo'say)
odağı ayar etmek
dikkatini toplamak
(Bilgisayar) focus
fokus yapmak
ağırlık noktası
odaklar
mihrak
focus on
odakla

Bugün işime odaklanamam. - Today I can't focus on my work.

Aynı anda iki şeye odaklanamam. - I can't focus on two things at the same time.

focus attention
dikkatini toplamak
focus attention
konsantre olmak
focus attention
dikkatini bir yöne vermek
focus group interview
(Ticaret) focus grup mülakatı
focus groups
(Ticaret) odak grupları
focus of infection
(Arılık) enfeksiyon merkezi
focus on
tüm dikkatini vermek
focus on
zihnini toplamak
focus one's attention on
ağırlık vermek
focus puller
(Sinema) odaklayıcı
focus the attention
dikkati yoğunlaştırmak
focus of interest
ilgi odağı
focus on
bir noktada toplamak
focus group
odak grup
focus in
odakta
focus of
odak
focus one´s attention on
-e dikkatini çevirmek
focus point
odak noktası
focus control
netlik ayarı
focus control
odak ayarı
focus control
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) odaklama kontrolü
focus one's attention
-e dikkatini çevirmek
focus size
(Nükleer Bilimler) odak boyutu
follow focus
Kameralarda odaklanmayı kontrol eden mekanizma
font focus
(Bilgisayar) yazı tipi odağı
font focus logo
(Bilgisayar) yazı tipi odağı
focused
{f} odakla

Odaklanmış kalmaya çalışalım. - Let's try and stay focused.

Odaklanmış kalmaya çalışalım. - Let's try to stay focused.

bring into focus
(deyim) odaklamak
focus group
odak grubu
focus group
hedef grup
focused
üzerine odaklanılmış
main focus
(Fizik) ana odak
on got focus
(Bilgisayar) odaklanıldığında
subject focus
(Bilgisayar) konu alanı
astigmatic focus
astigmat odak
bring sth into focus
açıklamak
come into focus
odağa gir
focusing
bir çekide toplanma
focusing
{f} odakla

Tom neyin yapılması gerektiği konusuna odaklanmakta sorun yaşadı. - Tom had trouble focusing on what needed to be done.

Tom'un odaklanma sorunu vardı. - Tom had trouble focusing.

focusing
{i} odaklama
focussing
{f} odakla
line focus
satır odaklama
long focus lens
uzun odaklı mercek
out-of-focus
odak dışı
out-of-focus
bulanık
out-of-focus
flu
principal focus
esas odak
seismic focus
deprem merkezi
auto focus
otomatik odaklama
come into focus
odaga gir
concentrate on, focus on
üzerinde odaklanmak konsantre
deep focus
derin odak
fixed focus
sabit odaklı
fixed focus objective
sabit odaklı objektif
foci
Focus kelimesinin çoğul hâli
focused
odaklanmış

Odaklanmış kalman gerekiyor. - You need to stay focused.

Odaklanmış kalmak zorundayız. - We've got to stay focused.

focuses
odaklanır

Tom pozitif üzerinde odaklanır ve negatif üzerinde durmaz. - Tom focuses on the positive and doesn't dwell on the negative.

focusing
odaklayarak
focussed
odaklanmış

Tom şu an çok da odaklanmış görünmüyor. - Tom doesn't seem very focussed at the moment.

focussing
odaklama
lose focus
odak kaybetmek
racking focus
raf odak
set focus
set odak
soft focus
flu, yumuşak odak
the focus
odak
third person singular of focus
üçüncü kişi odak tekil
to focus attention on
dikkat odaklama
to focus on
odaklanma
variable focus lens
zum merceği, değişir odaklı mercek
virtual focus
görünür odak
active focus
(Nükleer Bilimler) aktif odak
center focus
(Bilgisayar) merkezi odak
come into focus
(deyim) görüş açısına gelmek
come into focus
(deyim) belirginleşmek
come into focus
(deyim) açık ve belirgin olmak
come into focus
odağa girmek
detail focus
(Sinema) ayrı çekimi
effective focus size
(Nükleer Bilimler) etkin odak boyutu
fixed focus
(Sinema) değişmez odak
foci
odak
focusing
odaklanma

Dan'in eleştirileri bazen düşünceme odaklanmakda yararlıdır. - Dan's criticisms are sometimes useful in focusing my thinking.

Daha önemli konular üzerinde odaklanmaya başlayalım. - Let's start focusing on more important matters.

focusing
(isim) odaklanma
focusing
[n] bir yere toplama
focussed
odaklanışmış
focussing
odaklanma
focussing
(Dilbilim) odak seçimi
get out of focus
bulanıklaştırmak
get out of focus
netliğini yitirmek
global focus strategy
(Ticaret) evrensel bakış stratejisi
go out of focus
(deyim) bulanık resim vermek
go out of focus
(deyim) bulanık görmek
image focus
(Fotoğrafçılık) görüntü odak
in focus
iyi odaklanmış
in focus
odakta
in focus
odağı ayarlı
information focus
(Dilbilim) bilgi odağı
input focus
(Bilgisayar) giriş odağı
intermediate depth of focus
300 km'ye varan derinlikteki deprem odağı
line focus
(Nükleer Bilimler) çizgi odak
message focus
(Dilbilim) ileti odaklılık
object focus
(Fotoğrafçılık) nesne odak
on lost focus
(Bilgisayar) odaklanma sonlandığında
out of focus
odak ayarı bozuk

Kalenin resminin odak ayarı bozuktu. - The picture of the tower was out of focus.

out of focus
flu
out of focus
odaklanmamış, flu
principal focus
(Fizik) asal odak
real focus
(Fotoğrafçılık) gerçek odak
selection of focus
(Dilbilim) odak seçimi
set focus on
(Bilgisayar) odakla
shallow focus
sığ odak
virtual focus
(Fotoğrafçılık) görünen odak
virtual focus
(Fotoğrafçılık) zahiri odak
Englisch - Englisch
To make (a liquid) less diluted
To concentrate one's attention

Focus on passing the test.

To adjust (a lens, an optical instrument) in order to position an image with respect to the focal plane

You'll need to focus the microscope carefully in order to capture the full detail of this surface.

To cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point
the exact point of where an earthquake occurs, in three dimensions

The earthquake's focus was at exactly 37 degrees north, 18 degrees south, seventy five meters below the ground.

To concentrate one’s attention

If you're going to beat your competitors, you need to focus.

The most important word or phrase in a sentence or passage, or the one that imparts information
The indicator of the currently active element in a user interface

Text entered at the keyboard or pasted from a clipboard is sent to the component which currently has the focus.

concentration of attention

I believe I can bring the high degree of focus required for this important job.

The fact of the convergence of light on the photographic medium

Unfortunately, the license plate is out of focus in this image.

a point at which reflected or refracted rays of light converge

The heat of sunlight at the focus of a magnifying glass can easily set dry leaves on fire.

a point of a conic at which rays reflected from a curve or surface converge
The quality of the convergence of light on the photographic medium

During this scene, the boy’s face shifts subtly from soft focus into sharp focus.

{n} a place where rays meet, point
The point in space where the energy of the movement is directed The eyes or any other part of the body can indicate focus
If you focus on a particular topic or if your attention is focused on it, you concentrate on it and think about it, discuss it, or deal with it, rather than dealing with other topics. He is currently focusing on assessment and development Many of the papers focus their attention on the controversy surrounding the Foreign Secretary. = concentrate
Some courses are 'General Management' oriented i e they cover a wide range of management topics or functions They are intended to provide education and development for those who will be working in general or strategic management or moving between specific functions Many courses however are aimed at particular management functions or particular sectors of business The former will include Marketing, Finance or Information management etc The latter may include courses for the Service sector - or particular areas within that - e g travel and tourism
Your focus on something is the special attention that you pay it. IBM has also shifted its focus from mainframes to personal computers
– the clarity with which a paper presents and maintains a clear main idea, point of view, theme or unifying event
a central point or locus of an infection in an organism; "the focus of infection"
If you focus rays of light on a particular point, you pass them through a lens or reflect them from a mirror so that they meet at that point. Magnetic coils focus the electron beams into fine spots
The audience's attention should only be in one place at any given time; that place (or person) is the "focus" of the scene If more than one thing is going on simultaneously, the focus is split Experienced improvisors will smoothly share focus, less experienced improvisors often steal or reject focus
The state in which an object can receive input from the mouse or keyboard At any given time, only one object can have focus; this object is usually highlighted with a different color and contains the text cursor, where appropriate
The point at which light rays through a lens form an image
maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system; "in focus"; "out of focus" maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea; "the controversy brought clearly into focus an important difference of opinion" the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life" a fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges a central point or locus of an infection in an organism; "the focus of infection" put (an image) into focus; "Please focus the image; we cannot enjoy the movie" become focussed or come into focus; "The light focused" cause to converge on or toward a central point; "Focus the light on this image
one of two special points along the long axis of an ellipse such that the addition of the distances (satellite to focus#1) plus (satellite to focus#2) always equals the same numerical value It is not at the center of the elliptical orbit unless the orbit is perfectly circular
If an image or a camera, telescope, or other instrument is in focus, the edges of what you see are clear and sharp. Pictures should be in focus, with realistic colours and well composed groups
A Windows term indicating the currently selected application, or one of its windows, to which all user-generated input (keyboard and mouse operations) is directed The title bar of a window with the focus is colored blue for the default Windows color scheme
The place in the Earth where rock first breaks or slips at the time of an earthquake; also called the hypocenter The focus is a single point on the surface of a ruptured fault During a great earthquake, which might rupture a fault for hundreds of kilometers, one could be standing on the rupturing fault, yet be hundreds of kilometers from the focus
The initial point within the Earth that ruptures in an earthquake, directly below the epicenter
A central point; a point of concentration
If something is in focus, it is being discussed or its purpose and nature are clear. This aggression is the real issue the world should be concerned about. We want to keep that in focus
If you say that something has a focus, you mean that you can see a purpose in it. Somehow, though, their latest album has a focus that the others have lacked
the point within the Earth's crust at which an earthquake originates The point on the surface that is immediately above the focus is called the epicentre
That point within the Earth from which originates the first motion of an earthquake and its elastic waves
cause to converge on or toward a central point; "Focus the light on this image"
The center of an earthquake where rupture begins
a fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges a central point or locus of an infection in an organism; "the focus of infection"
1 The position at which rays of light from a lens converge to form a sharp image 2 To adjust the distance between lens and film to make the image as sharp as possible on the film plane The nearer the object you wish to focus on, the farther you have to move the lens from the film
The spellings focusses, focussing, focussed are also used. The plural of the noun can be either foci or focuses
Most MBA programs are 'General Management' oriented i e they cover the full range of management topics or functions They are intended to provide education and development for those who will be working in general or strategic management or moving between specific functions Some programs however are aimed at particular management functions or particular sectors of business The former will include MBAs in Marketing, Finance or Information management etc The latter may include MBAs for the Service sector - or particular areas within that - eg travel and tourism
{f} adjust the focus of; make clear, bring into focus; bring to a focus; concentrate
1 The point at which the rays of light coming through the lens converge to form a sharp image The picture is "in focus" or sharpest when this point coincides with the film plane 2 To change the lens-to-film distance (or the camera-to-subject distance) until the image is sharp
The precise point within the Earth's crust or mantle where rocks begin to rupture or move in an earthquake
If you focus your eyes or if your eyes focus, your eyes adjust so that you can clearly see the thing that you want to look at. If you focus a camera, telescope, or other instrument, you adjust it so that you can see clearly through it. Kelly couldn't focus his eyes well enough to tell if the figure was male or female His eyes slowly began to focus on what looked like a small dark ball He found the binoculars and focused them on the boat Had she kept the camera focused on the river bank she might have captured a vital scene
To concentrate ones attention
This term represents the point of view that an interviewer has when studying work This is the specific part of the work that the interviewer explores For example, in a study of software utility for distance learning systems the focus of a contextual interview of a math instructor is specific to how the software is used The focus of the interviewer may attend to how well the software supports mathematical formulas, but the interviewer is not focused on understanding the mathematical formulas (Beyer & Holtzblatt, 1998)
the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life"
One of the two points which define an ellipse; the sun is at one focus of planetary ellipses; plural is foci
A point so related to a conic section and certain straight line called the directrix that the ratio of the distance between any point of the curve and the focus to the distance of the same point from the directrix is constant
maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea; "the controversy brought clearly into focus an important difference of opinion"
The process of bringing one plane of the scene into sharp focus on the image sensor
If an image or a camera, telescope, or other instrument is out of focus, the edges of what you see are unclear. In some of the pictures the subjects are out of focus while the background is sharp
Noun: The point where rays of light meet which have been converged by a lens, giving rise to an image of the source Verb: To adjust focal length for the clearest image
The "focus" designates the active element (e g , link, form control, element with associated scripts, etc ) in a view that will react when the user next interacts with the document
You use focus to refer to the fact of adjusting your eyes or a camera, telescope, or other instrument, and to the degree to which you can see clearly. His focus switched to the little white ball
cause to converge on or toward a central point; "Focus the light on this image
The focus of a number of rays or lines is the point at which they meet
bring into focus or alignment; to converge or cause to converge; of ideas or emotions
maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system; "in focus"; "out of focus"
A point in which the rays of light meet, after being reflected or refracted, and at which the image is formed; as, the focus of a lens or mirror
A means of moving the specimen closer or further away from the objective lens to render a sharp image On some microscopes, the stage moves and on others, the tube moves Rack and pinion focusing is the most popular and durable type
become focussed or come into focus; "The light focused"
direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies"
a fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section
The point within the earth's crust at which an earthquake starts It is usually found at depths less than 70km Shallow focus earthquakes start above 70km, whilst deep focus earthquakes begin belo 300km
put (an image) into focus; "Please focus the image; we cannot enjoy the movie"
a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges
feature of Medline that allows you to restrict retrieval to only those citations which contain the chosen concept as the main point of the article See also "Major MeSH"
{i} center, hub; area in a dialog box which receives input (Computers)
focus group
A group of people, sampled from a larger population, interviewed in open session for market research or political analysis
focus groups
plural form of focus group
focus-group
Alternative spelling of focus group
focus-group
To subject ideas to review by a focus group in order to determine the viability of those ideas
Focus Group
(Reklam) A qualitative research technique in which a group of about eight people is invited to a neutral venue to discuss a given subject, for example hand-held power tools. The principle is the same as an in-depth interview, except that group dynamics help to make the discussion livelier and more wide-ranging. Qualitative groups enable the researcher to probe deeper into specific areas of interest (for example, the nature of commitment to a brand). The result adds richer texture to the understanding of broader data (for example, quantitative), which may paint general trends or observations. Also known as a group discussion
focus attention
direct attention to
focus attention on
direct concentration and awareness on, pay attention to, observe, heed
focus forecasting
(Ticaret) A forecast technique that tests the performance of a variety of forecast models and suggests the best fit for a given set of products and demand parameters
focus group
A qualitative market research technique in which a group of participants (approx 10) of common demographics, attitudes, or purchase patterns are led through a discussion of a particular topic by a trained moderator (The December issue of Quirk's Marketing Research Review is devoted to focus groups and qualitative research including a directory of facilities and services offered )
focus group
Panel of experts convened for a highly structured discussion of issues (See Delphi Technique )
focus group
Small groups of people, usually between 9 and 12 in number, representing target audiences, that are brought together to discuss a topic that will offer insight for product development and/or marketing efforts
focus group
A qualitative market research technique in which a group of participants (usually eight to twelve people) are led through a discussion of a given topic by a trained moderator
focus group
group that meets in order to aid a manufacturer or seller to check a product
focus group
Focus groups are a somewhat informal technique that can help you assess user needs and feelings both before interface design and long after implementation In a focus group, you bring together from six to nine users to discuss issues and concerns about the features of a user interface The group typically lasts about two hours and is run by a moderator who maintains the group's focus Focus groups often bring out users' spontaneous reactions and ideas and let you observe some group dynamics and organizational issues You can also ask people to discuss how they perform activities that span many days or weeks: something that is expensive to observe directly However, they can only assess what customers say they do and not the way customers actually operate the product Since there are often major differences between what people say and what they do, direct observation of one user at a time always needs to be done to supplement focus groups
focus group
A group, usually of 8 to 10 persons, that is invited to discuss an existing or planned product, service or process
focus group
A qualitative technique developed by social and market researchers in which 6-12 individuals are brought together and interactively give their views and impressions upon a specified topic These are used to evaluate attitudes towards the topic Focus groups are usually homogeneous with members being generally of the same age, gender and status to encourage participation
focus group
Are open ended, discursive, and are used to gain a deeper understanding of respondents' attitudes and opinions Typically involve between 6-10 people, and last for 1-2 hours A key feature of group is that participants are able interact with, and react to, each other In order to facilitate this group dynamic it is therefore important to ensure that participants do not know each other beforehand and that they are broadly 'compatible'
focus group
- A group of potential consumers used in a market research effort, which is usually designed to determine the likely effectiveness of a product or advertising strategy
focus group
A small cross section of people brought together to provide feedback on marketing ideas and products
focus group
a research discussion group between eight to twelve people conducted by a moderator and designed to create a somewhat open, free flowing discussion about a general topic
focus group
is a small group of people chosen by marketers for the purpose of testing out a new product or idea Marketers use this group to determine how to sell the new product or idea By testing the small group, marketers hope to learn what a larger but similar group of people will think
focus group
A group of 7 to 10 people convened for the purpose of obtaining perceptions or opinions, suggesting ideas, or recommending actions A focus group is a method of collecting information for the evaluation process Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation
focus group
A research methodology by which 8 to 10 individuals are invited to discuss a particular issue in a small group context; focus groups are facilitated by a moderator and rely on the interaction between participants for their research value; normally, focus groups last 90 minutes to two hours each
focus group
One of a series of single-topic groups which bring together people with a common interest The BCS Nursing Specialist Group includes Focus Groups for Education, Midwifery and Mental Health
focus group
Groups of eight to twelve participants who are led by a moderator in an in-depth discussion on one particular topic or concept
focus group
a form of group interview in which a ‘moderator’ facilitates discussion among group members, ensuring that the group focuses on the topic of interest
focus group
A group of people selected for their relevance to an evaluation that is engaged by a trained facilitator in a series of discussions designed for sharing insights, ideas, and observations on a topic of concern
focus group
A focus group is a specially selected group of people who are intended to represent the general public. Focus groups have discussions in which their opinions are recorded as a form of market research. A small group selected from a wider population and sampled, as by open discussion, for its members' opinions about or emotional response to a particular subject or area, used especially in market research or political analysis. a small group of people that a company, political party etc asks questions in order to find out what they think of their products, actions etc
focus group
a research discussion group conducted by a moderator that is used to discuss one or more issues about a product or service
focus group
A small group of people convened for the purpose of obtaining perceptions or opinions, suggesting ideas, or recommending actions A focus group is a method of collecting data for evaluation purposes
focus group
semi-structured small group discussions about a specific issue or projects
focus group
A carefully planned discussion, lead by a trained moderator, in which a small group of 8-12 people give their opinions of and reactions to a concept, approach, or sample product
focus group
A semi-structured discussion involving six to 12 people, led by a moderator p 121
focus group
A group selected for its relevance to an evaluation that is engaged by a trained facilitator in a series of discussions designed for sharing insights, ideas, and observations on a topic of concern to the evaluation
focus group
A group of usually 7-10 people selected to engage in discussions designed for the purpose of sharing insights and observations, obtaining perceptions or opinions, suggesting ideas, or recommending actions on a topic of concern A focus group is a method of collecting data for monitoring and evaluation purposes
focus of attention
center of interest
focus on
center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work
focus on
center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
focus point
point upon which a lens is focused
follow focus
A follow focus is a focus control mechanism used in filmmaking with film cameras and in television production with professional video cameras
focused
Simple past tense and past participle of focus
focusing
See British alternative spelling focussing
focussed
Alternative spelling of focused
focussed
Simple past tense and past participle of focus
focussing
Present participle of focus
focussing
Used for or pertaining to focussing

The bacteriologist adjusted the focussing knob on the microscope.

focussing
The action of the verb to focus
in focus
clearly perceived

As he spoke the plan became in focus.

in focus
sharp and clear with no fuzziness
pull-focus
A filming technique whereby the focal point is drawn towards the viewer; also a shot (as part of an edit) in which such a technique is used. Also used attributively

To set up a pull-focus shot, frame your shot so that the two subjects, at different distances from the camera, are in view.

auto focus
A feature on a digital camera that selects the main subject in the frame and balances focus to make details of the image crisp by automatically focusing the camera lens
auto focus
System by which the camera lens automatically focuses the image of a selected part of the picture subject
auto focus
An electronic and mechanical process that automatically focuses the lens on whatever the camera is pointed at Measured in feet or metres
deep focus
A camera technique that affords great depth of field, keeping both close and distant planes in focus at the same time
racking focus
(Film) Racking focus is the practice of shifting the attention of a viewer of a film or video by changing the focus of the lens from a subject in the foreground to a subject in the background, or vice versa. It dated back to the time when cameras did not have reflex lenses so the operator would have to rack focus the camera by looking through the viewfinder then sliding the camera over so that the shot would be in focus
foci
the point of origin of an earthquake
foci
Two points on an ellipse in which the sum of the distances to the foci from any point on the ellipse is a constant
foci
Acronym for Fisheries-Oceanography Cooperative Investigations, a collection of NOAA programs attempting to understand the influence of environment on the abundance of various commercially valuable fish and shellfish stocks in Alaskan waters and their role in the ecosystem [ http: //www pmel noaa gov/foci/]
foci
Plural of focus
foci
The medical term applied to a small group of cells occurring in an organ and distinguishable, either in appearance or histochemically, from the surrounding tissue
focused
{s} brought to a focus; brought into focus, made clear; centered, concentrating (i.e. on a task)
focused
of an optical system (e g eye or opera glasses) adjusted to produce a clear image
focused
concentrated on or clustered around a central point or purpose
focused
(of light rays) converging on a point; "focused light rays can set something afire"
focused
of an optical system e
focused
past of focus
focused
eye or opera glasses) adjusted to produce a clear image (of light rays) converging on a point; "focused light rays can set something afire"
focused
approval If you describe someone or something as focused, you approve of the fact that they have a clear and definite purpose. I spent the next year just wandering. I wasn't focused
focused
eye or opera glasses) adjusted to produce a clear image (of light rays) converging on a point; "focused light rays can set something afire" being in focus or brought into focus
focused
centered or concentrated
focused
being in focus or brought into focus
focuses
third person singular of focus
focuses
plural of focus
focusing
(Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy, Focusing-Oriented Therapy, Focusing Process, Focusing Therapy): "Natural" stepwise system of "personal growth" based on the work of psychology professor Eugene (Gene) T Gendlin, Ph D , author of Focusing (1981), Let the Body Interpret Your Dreams (1986), and Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy: A Manual of the Experimental Method (Guilford Publications, Inc , 1996) It involves dreamwork and inner child work The purported effects of Focusing include: direct contact with the (allegedly palpable) "wisdom" of one's body (prenatal "bodily meaning"); the flowing of "life's energy" in "new ways of being"; discovery of one's "genuine self"; and an increase in personal "whole[ness] "
focusing
Means of adjusting a lens' elements in relation to the film plane so as to obtain the required sharpness in the image
focusing
Adjustment of the lens to film distance according to the lens to subject distance, in order to ensure a sharp image on the film
focusing
A generic term for a range of critical problem solving tools which will allow students to focus on possibilities and to improve their overall quality of thinking
focusing
The range of acceptable sharpness is called the depth of focus The depth of focus of a lens is a function of many factors, including: the focal length of the lens, the format size, the distance from the camera to the object, the size of the object, and the f-number of the lens
focusing
the act of bringing into focus
focusing
A technique developed by Dr Eugene Gendlin that harnesses the ‘felt wisdom’ of the body in order to cultivate deeper awareness of the self and the sacred text Similar to centering prayer but concentrated more on ‘resonances’ between the classic text and the ‘felt sense’ or bodily reaction of the focuser (cf Gendlin, 1981, pp 173-174)
focusing
The most powerful and elaborate cooperative spell ever cast in the history of the world This ceremony was conceived by the Alliance Mage Lord Alrem Evarel It was intended to convert Drellikarian static into a useable form of energy to power mages and their spells but instead resulted in the Sundering
focusing
the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life"
focusing
Invented by Dr Gendlin, involves becoming aware of the body consciousness communicating (the 'felt sense') to release held traumatic material
focusing
The process or system that keeps the optical pickup laser accurately focused on the recording layer of the disk
focusing
{i} concentration of attention on something; act of bringing into focus
focusing
The in-and-out adjustment of the lens to make the main subject sharp on the film
focusing
The adjustment of an optical instrument to allow the user to see the image clearly A wide range is required since the instrument will be used at many different ranges, different users will have different focusing depths
focusing
See British spelling focussing
focussed
(of light rays) converging on a point; "focused light rays can set something afire"
focussed
UK, past of focus
focussed
being in focus or brought into focus
focussed
UK, alternative spelling of focused
focussed
{s} brought to a focus; brought into focus, made clear; centered, concentrating (i.e. on a task)
focussed
paying careful attention to what you are doing, in a way that shows you are determined to succeed
focussing
the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life"
in focus
clear, focused
in focus
(of an image) clear and sharp
in focus(p)
(of an image) clear and sharp
out of focus
blurry, not focused correctly, unclear
out of focus
(of an image) not in or brought into focus; "at their edges things were pretty much out of focus"
principal focus
A focal point
soft focus
If something in a photograph or film is in soft focus, it has been made slightly unclear to give it a more romantic effect. In the background, in soft focus, we see his smiling wife. a way of photographing or filming things so that the edges of the objects in the photograph are not sharp or clear
talks focus on
the conversations are mainly about
virtual focus
The point from which divergent rays of reflected or refracted light seem to have emanated, as from the image of a point in a plane mirror
was at the focus of attention
stood at the center of attention, was the life of the party, was the main attraction, everything revolved around him
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(Bilgisayar) focus
deprem odağı focus of
an earthquake, epicenter
focus
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