(Askeri) (IMAGERY) BOŞLUK (GÖRÜNTÜ): Görüntünün asgari örtü gereklerini karşılamadığı herhangi bir yer. Bu görüntüyle aldatmanın olmadığı bir yer veya belirlenen bindirmenin elde edilemediği bir yer olabilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "holiday"
(Askeri) GEDİK, BOŞLUK: Bir engelin boş bırakılan kısmı. Bu boşluk; bir dost birliğin muharebe düzeninde geçmesine imkan verecek genişliktedir. 15 metreden fazla ve pek seyrek olarak, 90 metreden az olur. Ayrıca bakınız: "phony minefield"
(Askeri) (LAND MINE WARFARE) GEDİK İŞARETİ (KARA MAYIN HARBİ): Kara mayın harbinde mayın tarlası gediklerini işaretlemekte kullanılır. Gedik giriş ve çıkış yerlerindeki gedik işaretleri, bir arazi noktası veya yardımcı gedik işareti esas alınarak dikilir ve işaretlenir. Ayrıca bakınız: "marker (landmine warfare) ", "minefield gap (landmine warfare) "
(Askeri) KOL BOŞLUĞU: Aynı rotada ilerleyen iki arka arkaya elemanın aralarındaki mesafe. Bir unsurun gerisinden, takip eden unsurun önüne kadar olan mesafenin uzunluk birimi veya zaman birimi cinsinden ölçülebilir
(Askeri) ZAMAN FASILASI, ZAMAN ARALIĞI: Birbirini takip eden araçların, veya yürüyüş birlik veya kollarının, belirli bir noktadan geçerken, aralarında bulunan zamanca fasıla. Bu fasıl, öndeki birlik kol nihayetinin o noktayı terkettiği andan, müteakip birlik kol başının aynı noktaya varış anına kadar geçen zamandır. Buna (tıme interval) da denir
If there is something missing from a situation that prevents it being complete or satisfactory, you can say that there is a gap. We need more young scientists to fill the gap left by a wave of retirements expected over the next decade Like a good businessman, Stewart identified a gap in the market
Financing which is required, but for which no provision has been made A Gap is the difference in total funding needed for a proposal and the amount of funding already made available
A term used by technicians to describe an opening price that is substantially higher or lower than the previous day's closing price Significant gaps are usually related to market-moving news that occurs overnight while a stock cannot be traded
The distance between two entities (usually lines) on a digitized map Gaps may indicate errors made while digitizing or scanning a map See sliver
The difference in time between individuals and/or groups of riders As a verb, to increase the gap
A space introduced into a sequence within a multiple sequence alignment that allows similar or conserved sequence regions to be aligned in columns
A term used by technicians to describe a significant jump or drop in prices on the current opening price compared to the previous closing price Significant gaps are usually related to market-moving news, which occurs overnight while a stock cannot be traded Gaps are considered by technicians to be likely to be filled at a later date
Difference between a stock's price at the opening of a trading day compared to the previous trading days closing price For example, if XYZ Corp opened on Tuesday at 102 5/8 after closing Monday at 99, then it is said that "XYZ gapped up 3 5/8 at the open " Stocks often gap up or down on news released between trading sessions
A gap between two groups of people, things, or sets of ideas is a big difference between them. the gap between rich and poor America's trade gap widened Britain needs to bridge the technology gap between academia and industry
noun A popular clothing store Also, a distance between two riding surfaces which skaters ollie over, and often do other more sophisticated tricks over
A mismatch between maturities and cash flows in a bank or individual dealers position book Gap exposure is effectively interest rate exposure
a narrow opening; "he opened the window a crack" a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures; "gap between income and outgo"; "the spread between lending and borrowing costs" make an opening or gap in
A place in the text where something is left out; as a reader, you can identify those gaps and use them to help interpret the story Like with irony, identifying a gap (between what's being presented and the reality of the situation) can help you come to a more developed or better understanding of a text
The GAP is generally known as the difference between the lessor's payoff and any insurance proceeds in the event of a total loss VFNA has made the decision not to hold the lessee liable for this, excluding the lessee's deductible under the policy and any amounts by which the settlement may be reduced for items such as excess mileage or wear and use The lessee will be liable for the GAP if their insurance claim is not fully honored Any past due payments at the time of the loss are the responsibility of the lessee
a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures; "gap between income and outgo"; "the spread between lending and borrowing costs"
Financing that is required, but for which no provision has been made The difference in total funding needed for a proposal and the amount of funding already made available
A gap is a period of time when you are not busy or when you stop doing something that you normally do. There followed a gap of four years, during which William joined the Army. = break
An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap in a fence; an opening for a passage or entrance; an opening which implies a breach or defect; a vacant space or time; a hiatus; a mountain pass
the time interval between the passage of consecutive vehicles moving in the same stream, measured between the rear of the lead vehicle and the front of the following vehicle
A span in price between the high of the previous trading session, & the low of the subsequent trading session or between the low of the previous trading session & the high of the subsequent trading session in which no trades occurred
Generally refers to the distance the spark must travel in jumping from the center electrode in a sparkplug; or the spacing between the points in the contact breaker fitted to the distributor
The space between the wrest plank and upper belly rail into which the registers are fitted
A short-term, high-interest loan covering the possible gap in construction financing if rent-up requirements are not met and the long-term lender does not vest takeout mortgage in full and/or the construction mortgagee holds back a portion of the interim financing
The distance between two graphic entities, usually lines, on a digitized map Gaps may arise through errors made while digitizing or scanning the lines on a map
A spatial opening in a plant community Can be caused by natural death or by some other abiotic or biotic disturbance
an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity; "it was presented without commercial breaks"
A gap is a space between two things or a hole in the middle of something solid. He pulled the thick curtains together, leaving just a narrow gap. the wind tearing through gaps in the window frames
The gap (more correctly called a pause) is a space dividing tracks on a CD In some situations a gap is required by the standards (Red Book and other "color" books) For example, if you have data and audio tracks within the same session, they must be separated by a gap Also, there must be a gap of 2 to 3 seconds preceding the first track on a disc
A space introduced into an alignment to compensate for insertions and deletions in one sequence relative to another To prevent the accumulation of too many gaps in an alignment, introduction of a gap causes the deduction of a fixed amount (the gap score) from the alignment score Extension of the gap to encompass additional nucleotides or amino acid is also penalized in the scoring of an alignment
an open or empty space in or between things; "there was a small opening between the trees"; "the explosion made a gap in the wall"
A gap year is a period of time during which a student takes a break from studying after they have finished school and before they start college or university. I went around the world in my gap year. a year between leaving school and going to university, which some young people use as an opportunity to travel, earn money, or get experience of working
In language teaching, a gap-fill test is an exercise in which words are removed from a text and replaced with spaces. The learner has to fill each space with the missing word or a suitable word. = cloze
In solid state physics and related applied fields, the band gap, also called an energy gap or stop band, is a region where a particle or quasiparticle is forbidden from propagating. For insulators and semiconductors, the band gap generally refers to the energy difference between the top of the valence band and the bottom of the conduction band
"Mind the gap" is a warning to train passengers to remind them of the sometimes significant gap between the train door and the station platform. It was first introduced in 1969 by the London Underground rapid transit system
"Mind the gap" is a warning to train passengers of the gap between the train door and the station platform. It was introduced in 1969 by the London Underground. The phrase is so associated with the Underground that Transport for London sells T-shirts with the phrase on a London Transport symbol
(Mimarlık) A shadow gap is a small rebate scribed into one corner of an abutment. Without using this technique, a thin crack can be visible when the the two pieces are joined together. The shadow gap is filled when the case is painted, stained or varnished thus reducing this effect
An air gap in the water supply system in the unobstructed vertical distance through the free atmosphere between the lowest opening from any pipe or faucet supplying water to a tank, plumbing fixture or other device, and the flood level rim of the receptacle
A means of cross-connection control which eliminates the physical link between a safe water supply and potentially unsafe water Air gap must equal to at least two times the effective diameter of the inlet
The unobstructed vertical distance through the free atmosphere between the lowest opening from any pipe or faucet supplying water to a tank, plumbing fixture or other device and the flood level rim of the receptacle (2)
An open vertical gap or empty space that separates one water system from another water system from another The open gap protects the water system from contamination by backflow or backsiphonage ADVANCE\x 540
A device to prevent water backflow to a potable water supply It is an unobstructed open space that separates an outlet of the potable water supply (for example, a faucet) from any potentially contaminated source, such as water in a sink or drain pipe
A clear vertical space between a water or drain line and the flood level of a receptacle to prevent back-flow or siphoning from the receptacle in the event of negative pressure or vacuum Most plumbing codes require the air gap to be at least twice the diameter of the water or drain line, with a minimum of 1-1/2 inches (3 8 cm) (See vacuum breaker or back-flow presenter )
Open vertical gap or empty space that separates drinking water supply to be protected from another water system in a treatment plant or other location The open gap protects the drinking water from contamination by backflow or backsiphonage
National historical park, Tennessee, U.S. Created in 1940 to preserve the Cumberland Gap, a natural pass at 1,640 ft (500 m) through the Cumberland Plateau, it includes the Wilderness Road, blazed by Daniel Boone, which became the main artery that opened the Northwest Territory. The park covers 32 sq mi (83 sq km)
type of network security where a network is kept physically separate from other local networks and the Internet (Computers); the distance between the contact armature and the iron core which is magnetized (Mechanics); clearance
A disproportionate difference, as in attitudes and voting preferences, between the sexes. Difference in opinions or attitudes between men and women concerning a variety of public and private issues, including political candidates, parties, or programs. Until the 1980s men and women in the U.S. exhibited similar voting habits. Since then, however, women have been more likely than men to support the Democratic Party and liberal policies, particularly on issues such as equal employment opportunity, child care, and gun control. In contrast, in western Europe women historically have been more likely than men to support conservative political parties
If you refer to the generation gap, you are referring to a difference in attitude and behaviour between older people and younger people, which may cause them to argue or may prevent them from understanding each other fully. A difference in values and attitudes between one generation and another, especially between young people and their parents. the lack of understanding or the differences between older people and younger people
(Otomotiv) On vehicles with non-electronic ignitions, the space between the points when they're fully open. Adjusting this gap is a primary part of the basic tune-up because the spark that jumps this gap is affected, both in intensity and in duration, by the width of the gap. See also feeler gauge
The space filled with air or other dielectric between high potential terminals (as of an electrostatic machine, induction coil, or condenser), through which the discharge passes; the air gap of a jump spark
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