generation

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Englisch - Türkisch
nesil

Ebeveynler yeni nesile gerçeklikten uzak ve gerçekçi olmayan hayallerin peşinde koşturan bir nesil olarak olarak bakıyor. - Parents look to the new generation as a generation that is far from reality and busy running after unrealistic dreams.

Kitaplar olmasaydı, her nesil kendisi için geçmişin gerçeklerini yeniden keşfetmek zorunda kalacaktı. - If it were not for books, each generation would have to rediscover for itself the truths of the past.

{i} üretme
kuşak

Daha genç kuşak şeylere farklı şekilde bakar. - The younger generation looks at things differently.

Titan'da bir kolonide yaşamak: Tomas'ın torunu, Tomas'ın kendi klonu olan oğlunun klonuydu. Onlar üç kuşak klondu. - Living in a colony on Titan, Tomas' grandson was a clone of his son, who was a clone of himself, Tomas. They were three generations of clones.

nesil/üretim
oluşum
(Denizbilim) generasyon
dölleme
(Çevre) elektrik enerjisi üretimi
(Tıp) döl yatağı
{i} oluşturma
üretim

Tam otomatik hikaye üretimi bilgisayar bilim adamları için çözülmemiş bir sorun kalmaya devam etmektedir. - Fully automatic story generation remains an unsolved problem for computer scientists.

(çıngı/vb.) üretme
(Askeri) MODEL: Bir füze, jet motoru veya benzeri teçhizatın teknik veya teknolojik geliştirilmesinde ilkel niteliğini kaybetmiş, tekamül halinde veya tekamül etmiş şekil ve performanslarla kendini belirten bir safha veya devre. Örneğin "roketlerin ilk modelleri sıvı yakıt kullanıyordu"
zürriyet husule getirme
{i} üretim; meydana getirme
{i} jenerasyon
(Tıp) Zürriyet, nesil, doğuş, tenasül, üreme jenerasyon
(Askeri) (PHOTOGRAPHY) ÜRETİM (FOTOĞRAF): Orijinal bir negatif/pozitif'den birbiri ardına pozitif/negatif kopyalar hazırlanması. Örneğin, orijinal bir negatiften üretilen ilk pozitif bir ikinci -nesil üretimi; bu pozitiften yapılan negatif bir üçüncü nesil üretimi; ve bu negatiften elde edilen bir sonraki pozitif veya baskıda dördüncü nesil bir üretimdir
{i} dünyaya getirme
generation gap aile ile çocuk arasındaki görüş farkından doğan anlaşmazlık
vasat olarak insan nesli farzedilen otuz yıl
nesle
küşade
kuşa
nesli
nesl
generation gap
kuşaklar arasındaki fark
generation x
x kuşağı
generation gap
nesil kopukluğu
generation gap
kuşak farkı

Onlar arasında kuşak farkı var. - There is a generation gap between them.

generation gap
kuşak çatışması
generation of information
bilgi üretme
generation y
nesil y
generation elastic wave
elastik dalga oluşumu
generation gap
nesil farkı
generation number
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kuşak numarası
generation of waves
(Askeri) dalgaların oluşumu
generation time
(Nükleer Bilimler) üretme zamanı
fifth generation
beşinci kuşak
next generation
gelecek nesil
next generation
gelecek kuşak
revenue generation
gelir elde etme
address generation
adres üretme
asexual generation
eşeysiz üreme
beat generation
asi gençlik
current generation
akım üretimi
first generation
birinci kuşak
first generation computer
birinci kuşak bilgisayar
fourth generation computer
dördüncü kuşak bilgisayar
rising generation
genç kuşak
second generation computers
ikinci kuşak bilgisayarlar
spontaneous generation
abiyogenez
system generation
sistem üretimi
third generation computers
üçüncü kuşak bilgisayarlar
young generation
gençlik
co-generation
co-jenerasyon
computer generation
bilgisayar üretimi
distributed generation
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Küçük veya orta ölçekli elektrik üretim tesislerinin, özellikle yenilenebilir kaynaklı, dağıtım sistemi gerilim seviyesinden elektrik şebekesine bağlanması
fifth generation computer
beşinci nesil bilgisayar
first generation computer
İlk nesil bilgisayar
generational
Nesille ilgili, soyla ilgili, kuşakla ilgili
lead generation
(Pazarlama) satış potansiyeli yaratmak
lead generation
(Pazarlama) potansiyel müşteri yakalama
lead generation
(Pazarlama) müşteri potansiyeli yaratmak/üretmek
lead generation
(Pazarlama) müşteri kazanma
new generation
yeni nesil

Ebeveynler yeni nesile gerçeklikten uzak ve gerçekçi olmayan hayallerin peşinde koşturan bir nesil olarak olarak bakıyor. - Parents look to the new generation as a generation that is far from reality and busy running after unrealistic dreams.

program generation
Program üretim
re generation
yeniden üretme
report generation
rapor üretimi
report generation parameters
rapor üretme parametreleri
third generation
Üçüncü nesil
third generation computers
Üçüncü nesil bilgisayarlar
third generation wireless
Üçüncü nesil kablosuz
tri-generation
tri-jenerasyon
a generation
döl
address generation
(Askeri) ADRES ÜRETİMİ (BİLG. ): Bir seçmeli erişim kütüğündeki bir tutanağın yerini bulup çıkarma işlemi
database generation
(Askeri) veritabanı oluşturmak
first generation positive
(Askeri) BİRİNCİ DERECE POZİTİF: Bak. "generation (photography) "
force generation level
(Askeri) KUVVET HAZIRLAMA SEVİYESİ
idea generation
(Ticaret) fikir yaratma
key generation
sifre uretimi
neutron generation
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron nesli
neutron generation
(Çevre) nötron üretimi
neutron generation time
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron nesli ömrü
password generation wizard
Parola Oluşturma Sihirbazı
rising generation
genç nesil
rising generation
büyüyen nesil
spontaneous generation
dirimdışı türeme
spontaneous generation
cansızdan canlı oluşumu
spontaneous generation
(Fizyoloji) kendiliğinden üreme
spontaneous generation
cansızlık
the beat generation
asi gençlik
the rising generation
yeni nesil
third generation computer
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) üçüncü kuşak bilgisayar
third generation computer
ucuncu kusak bilgisayar
tidal power generation
(Askeri) gel-git enerji üretimi
tidal power generation system
(Askeri) gel-git enerji üretim sistemi
toc generation
İçindekiler bölümü hazırlanması
Englisch - Englisch
A single step or stage in the succession of natural descent; a rank or remove in genealogy, or collectively the body of people who are of the same genealogical rank or remove from an ancestor; the mass of beings living at one time

All generations and ages of the Christian church - Richard Hooker.

The aggregate of the functions and phenomena which attend reproduction

There are four modes of generation in the animal kingdom: scissiparity or by fissiparous generation, gemmiparity or by budding, germiparity or by germs, and oviparity or by ova.

The act of generating or begetting; procreation, as of animals
Origination by some process, mathematical, chemical, or vital; production; formation; as, the generation of sounds, of gases, of curves, etc
The formation or production of any geometrical magnitude, as a line, a surface, a solid, by the motion, in accordance with a mathematical law, of a point or a magnitude; as, the generation of a line or curve by the motion of a point, of a surface by a line, a sphere by a semicircle, etc
A period of around thirty years, the average amount of time before a child takes the place of its parents
That which is generated or brought forth; progeny; offspring
Race; kind; family; breed; stock

Thy mother's of my generation; what's she, if I be a dog? - Shakespeare, Timon of Athens, I-iii.

{n} an age, race, family, production
a coming into being
Generation is also the production of a form of energy or power from fuel or another source of power such as water. Japan has announced plans for a sharp rise in its nuclear power generation
How many times the tape you are watching has been copied If you are watching a VHS copy of a movie that was copied from a Beta that was copied as a back up to the master tape, it is said to be third generation This is the third step from the original media
A single step or stage in the succession of natural descent; a rank or remove in genealogy
the production of heat or electricity; "dams were built for the generation of electricity"
a stage of technological development or innovation; "the third generation of computers"
(loss) - The quality loss of the signal or media due to successive recordings Freshly recorded material is first generation, one re-recording, or copy, makes the second generation, etc This is less of a concern with digital signal and digital recording mechanisms as compared to their analog counterparts (if they have one ) There is very little if any generational loss in disk-based systems
Starting from an original, then noting each successive time something is reproduced The original is the first generation After multiple generations, copy quality is notably reduced
A generation is the period of time, usually considered to be about thirty years, that it takes for children to grow up and become adults and have children of their own. Within a generation flight has become the method used by many travellers
group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent the normal time between successive generations; "they had to wait a generation for that prejudice to fade"
The process of making electricity The term may also refer to energy supply
group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent
"The aggregate of the functions and phenomena which attend reproduction
Each succeeding stage in reproduction from the original copy
1) The act or process of producing electricity from other forms of energy, such as hydro, coal-fired steam turbines, or photovoltaic conversion systems 2) The amount of electrical energy produced
The act or process of generating, i e origination, production or procreation We will use it as the process whereby electrons and holes are created
The process of producing electrical energy from other forms of energy; also, the amount of electric energy produced, usually expressed in kilowatt-hours (kWh) or megawatt hours (MWh)
The act or process of producing electricity from other forms of energy, such as steam, heat or falling water The term also refers to the amount of electric energy produced
the process of converting thermal, mechanical, chemical or nuclear energy into electric current Restructuring affects only the generation of power, not the distribution of power
The aggregate of the functions and phenomene which attend reproduction
Generation is used to indicate how long members of your family have had a particular nationality. For example, second generation means that you were born in the country you live in, but your parents were not. second generation Asians in Britain
A generation is all the people in a group or country who are of a similar age, especially when they are considered as having the same experiences or attitudes. the younger generation of Party members David Mamet has long been considered the leading American playwright of his generation
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
The process of producing electricity; also, the amount of electric energy, expressed in watthours
The total amount of waste produced by a jurisdiction The basic formula is disposal plus diversion equals generation
The production of electricity
Copy of original video program material The original videotaped material is the first generation A copy of the original is a second generation tape and so on Generally the edited master tape is a second generation tape Quality diminishes with each generation
A process which produced electricity
An iteration of the measurement of fitness and the creation of new population members
The creation of electricity via the conversion of other forms of energy (wood, coal, natural gas, etc ) Generation is measured in kilowatt-hours
When the children of one population replace their parents in that population Where some part of the original population is retained, as in steady state GAs, generation typically refers to the interval during which the number of new individuals created is equal to the population size
Of the three components involved in making energy available for the end user, the state in which energy is produced Electric generation occurs at a power plant fueled by various sources
all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
The average interval of time between the birth of parents and the birth of their offspring For purposes of DNA testing, one lab (FTDNA) uses 20 years, and others appear to be hovering around 25 years Some people have found that in their families a generation could be about 30 years When you are trying to estimate the time to the most recent common ancestor (MRCA), the results will differ depending on the number of years used for a generation
You can use generation to refer to a stage of development in the design and manufacture of machines or equipment. a new generation of IBM/Apple computers
The process of producing electric energy by transforming other forms of energy; also, the amount of electric energy produced, expressed in watt-hours (Wh)
the normal time between successive generations; "they had to wait a generation for that prejudice to fade"
The conversion of other forms of energy into electricity through the use of equipment Generation is measured in kilowatt-hours
In any technical or technological development, as of a missile, jet engine, or the like, a stage or period that is marked by features or performances not marked, or existent, in a previous period of development or production, as in the first generation of rockets using liquid propellants
{i} group of people born around the same time; production
A set of one of each charge type of quark and lepton, grouped by mass The first generation contains the up and down quarks, the electron and the electron neutrino
Hence: The body of those who are of the same genealogical rank or remove from an ancestor; the mass of beings living at one period; also, the average lifetime of man, or the ordinary period of time at which one rank follows another, or father is succeeded by child, usually assumed to be one third of a century; an age
That which is generated or brought forth; progeny; offspiring
a stage of technological development or innovation; "the third generation of computers
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production the production of heat or electricity; "dams were built for the generation of electricity"
increase
Generation X
the generation of people born after baby boom that followed World War II, especially those born in the 1960s and 1970s
Generation Y
The generation of people born in the 1980s and 1990s
Generation Z
The generation of people born in the 1990s and 2000s
generation gap
A disconnect between members of one generation and members of the next based on the later generation developing habits, attitudes, and preferences inconsistent with the experience of the former
generation gaps
plural form of generation gap
generation loss
The loss of quality between copies, usually associated with magnetic audio and video media
generation X
A generational cohort has been defined as "the group of individuals (within some population definition) who experience the same event within the same time interval". The notion of a group of people bound together by the sharing of the experience of common historical events developed in the early 1920s. Today the concept has found its way into popular culture through well known phrases like "baby boomer" and "Generation X"
Generation 9/11
{i} generation of people who signed up in high school or universities on September 11th 2001, generation of young people who were between the ages of 10 and 20 on September 11th 2001
Generation X
generation of Americans born after 1960 (generally characterized as opposed traditional values and greatly influenced by mass media and technology)
Generation X
young people in the 1990s, seen as not having any strong beliefs, not being involved in their society, and making no plans for the future
Generation Y
person born in 1978 or thereafter (called Generatiion Y due to the fact that this person was born after Generation X which is the group of people born between 1965 and 1977)
Generation Y
The generation following Generation X, especially people born in the United States and Canada from the early 1980s to the late 1990s. people born in or after 1980
generation gap
essential differences among different generations
generation gap
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
generation time
The time interval between successive cell divisions
generation time
Time needed for a population to double in number or biomass
generation time
Of a chain letter type, the average time elapsed from receipt to receipt along lineages Estimating from deadlines and lists of dates, since 1970 the generation time of mainline luck chain letters is about one week CLEVO
generation x
the generation following the baby boom (especially Americans and Canadians born in the 1960s and 1970s)
Beat Generation
A group of American writers who came to prominence in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Their most important works are Jack Kerouac's On the Road (1957), Allen Ginsberg's Howl (1956), and William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch (1959)
Kettled Generation
The generation of students involved in the 2010 UK student protests
MSN generation
The Noughties generation of web-savvy youngsters who conduct a significant proportion of their socialising via Internet media such as instant messaging clients and social networking sites

Dont think that language capabilities going to hell is a US matter only in the UK also in the NL kids age 13–14, called the MSN generation, write on a way whom requires a translator their age. For example i saw the words from a girl who wanted to write down ‘i have a gorgeous bf he is 16 and i love him and will see him next weekend’ the result was ‘iam has a gawjess bf hes 16 lof him wil cee him neks wiekent.'.

MTV generation
the generation which came of age watching MTV

Then the MTV generation took over. Writing became unfashionable..

Next Generation Networking
The transmission of voice, data, video and any other form of information in packets over the same network
Stolen Generation
Collectively, the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, removed from their families by government agencies and church missions, between approximately 1869 and (officially) 1969
alternate generation
alternation of sexual with asexual generation, in which the products of one process differ from those of the other, -- a form of reproduction common both to animal and vegetable organisms. In the simplest form, the organism arising from sexual generation produces offspring unlike itself, agamogenetically. These, however, in time acquire reproductive organs, and from their impregnated germs the original parent form is reproduced. In more complicated cases, the first series of organisms produced agamogenetically may give rise to others by a like process, and these in turn to still other generations. Ultimately, however, a generation is formed which develops sexual organs, and the original form is reproduced
first-generation
Of or relating to the initial version of a class of products
first-generation
Of or relating to an immigrant or his family
generational
Of, pertaining to or changing over generations
next generation
The succeeding generation
next generation
Of or pertaining to any method or technology that is expected or intended to supersede present day techniques

WiMax has already established itself as a next generation technology with ideal credentials in the broadband wireless space for point-2-point applications.

next generation
The next in line; upgrade
sandwich generation
The generation of persons who are the children of baby boomers, whose lifestyle is governed by the fact that they must simultaneously care for the needs of their children and their own elderly parents
second-generation
Of or pertaining to someone whose parents are immigrants
second-generation
Of or pertaining to a second version of something that is materially different to the first
spontaneous generation
the fancied production of living organisms without previously existing parents from inorganic matter, or from decomposing organic matter, a notion which at one time had many supporters; abiogenesis
decentralized generation
Distributed generation generates electricity from many small energy sources. It has also been called also called on-site generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy or distributed energy
dispersed generation
Distributed generation generates electricity from many small energy sources. It has also been called also called on-site generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy or distributed energy
distributed generation
Distributed generation generates electricity from many small energy sources. It has also been called also called on-site generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy or distributed energy
embedded generation
Distributed generation generates electricity from many small energy sources. It has also been called also called on-site generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy or distributed energy
generational
Connected with a particular generation or the relationship between different generations

1. Generational conflict 2. Generational divisions.

on-site generation
Distributed generation generates electricity from many small energy sources. It has also been called also called on-site generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy or distributed energy
13th generation
generation born between 1961 and 1981 (called so because they are identified as the 13th generation since the establishment of the United States)
386 generation
{i} age group of South Koreans who were born in the 1960's then attended university in the 1980's and are now serving in high-ranking positions or powerful positions
Beat Generation
post-World War II generation of artists and writers characterized by their rejection of social convention and interest in Eastern culture/religion
Beat Generation
A group of American writers and artists popular in the 1950s and early 1960s, influenced by Eastern philosophy and religion and known especially for their use of nontraditional forms and their rejection of conventional social values. the group of young people in the 1950s, including the writers Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, who refused to accept the values of Western society, and showed this by refusing to work, keeping no material possessions, and wearing their own style of clothes
Lost Generation
Group of U.S. writers who came of age during World War I and established their reputations in the 1920s; more broadly, the entire post-World War I American generation. The term was coined by Gertrude Stein in a remark to Ernest Hemingway. The writers considered themselves "lost" because their inherited values could not operate in the postwar world and they felt spiritually alienated from a country they considered hopelessly provincial and emotionally barren. The term embraces Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Dos Passos, E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, and Hart Crane, among others
Third Generation
{s} of or pertaining to the 3rd generation of mobile communications technology
Third Generation
{i} 3G, specification of the International Telecommunication Union for the third generation (analog cellular was the first generation, digital PCS was the second) of mobile communications technology
Third Generation Partnership Project
{i} 3GPP, cooperation agreement founded and made official in December 1998 between telecommunications associations (ARIB {Japan}, ETSI {Europe}, CCSA {China}, ATIS {North America} and TTA {South Korea})
beat generation
bebop
beat generation
a United States youth subculture of the 1950s; rejected possessions or regular work or traditional dress; for communal living and psychedelic drugs and anarchism; favored modern forms of jazz e
beat generation
The Beat Generation extolled values that conventional Americans abhorred Beats scorned materialism, traditional family life, religion, sexuality, and politics They rejected the idea of success in America
beat generation
A cultural style and artistic move­ment of the 1950s that rejected traditional Ameri­can family life and material values and celebrated African‑American culture They tapped an under­ground dissatisfaction with mainstream American culture
beat generation
A group belonging to the [first] generation coming to maturity after World War II that asserted a loss of faith in Western cultural traditions and rejected conventional norms of dress and behavior
co-generation
A source that generates electricity and also provides steam or other energy for industrial or commercial uses
co-generation
The use of waste heat from electric generation, such as exhaust from gas turbines, for either industrial purposes or district heating
co-generation
A practice where a manufacturer will produce steam on their premises to heat adjoining buildings, run machinery and run turbines to generate their own electric power
co-generation
- the simultaneous production of power and useful thermal energy from the same energy source Natural gas is burned in the turbine (essentially similar to a jet engine) which generates electricity The hot exhaust gas is used to generate steam for process use (or used directly for heating) In a chemical plant, for example, the steam is used as heat inputs to the processes and can be used as a source of power for large rotating machinery Steam is used in chemical reactions, separations, and purifications Other types of Co-generation systems are possible but all of them produce both power and useful thermal energy sequentially A Co-generation system can be a QF (defined below) (For additional information, see definition in the Public Utility Regulatory Policy Act )
co-generation
(1) Any of several processes that either use waste heat produced by electricity generation to satisfy thermal needs, or process waste heat to electricity, or produce mechanical energy (2) The use of single prime fuel source in a reciprocating engine or gas turbine to generate both electrical and thermal energy to optimize fuel efficiency The dominant demand for energy may be either electrical or thermal Usually it is thermal with excess electrical energy, if any, being transmitted into the local power supply lines
computer generation
computers which share the same level of technology (according to the accepted classifications of the computer industry)
espresso generation
nickname for frivolous-minded young people who seek the easy way of life
fifth generation computers
voice activated computers having artificial intelligence being developed in the 1990's
first generation
initial stage in the succession of descent
first generation computers
large early model of computers developed in the 1950's which were operated by means of vacuum tubes
fourth generation computers
microcomputers operated by means of electronic chips developed during the 1980s
fourth-generation language
Fourth-generation computer programming language. 4GLs are closer to human language than other high-level languages and are accessible to people without formal training as programmers. They allow multiple common operations to be performed with a single programmer-entered command. They are intended to be easier for users than machine languages (first-generation), assembly languages (second-generation), and older high-level languages (third-generation)
generational
Generational means relating to a particular generation, or to the relationship between particular generations. People's lifestyles are usually fixed by generational habits and fashions. connected with a particular generation or the relationship between different generations
generational
of or relating to a generation
generational
{s} of generations
generations
Plural of generation
generations
children
generations
A Director's relationship to other Directors within his/her organization Personally sponsored Members who promote to Director (including Elite Directors) become First-generation Directors to the sponsoring Member A Director sponsored by a First-generation Director becomes a Second-generation Director to the original sponsor, etc Generations are distinguished from levels for the purpose of calculating commissions accurately; when Members in your downline promote to Director, their Group Volume is recorded separately from your personal Group Volume
generations
NUMBER Number of active generations in the analytic workspace
lead generation
the activity of identifying potential customers
lead generation
The use of marketing tools, devices, or techniques to generate leads to new customers or contacts
lead generation
Typically seller-driven, they derive revenue from ads, commissions on sales, or fees for delivering qualified leads to suppliers Also may generate RFPs (requests for proposals) and RFQs (requests for quotes) for buyers Provide value by understanding information needs of their users and integrating and aggregating content, information and transactions for buyers and sellers Most lead generation markets seek to migrate to transaction-oriented catalog aggregation model Examples: PhotonicsOnline com (lasers), SolidwasteOnline com (sewage treatment systems), PlasticsNet com, Questlink com (electronic components)
lead generation
An essential business process to consistently acquire long-term, quality clients through the design, production, and placement of media messages through optimal media channels
lead generation
Proceeding in two steps; involves an offer where the viewer is asked to call a toll-free number for more information An inbound sales rep captures the name, address, and phone number of the potential customer Free information is sent in the form of letters, brochures, videotapes and/or product samples
lead generation
In either inbound or outbound teleservices, the process of gathering information from a prospect or customer in order to qualify and score the opportunity for future follow-up Subsequent follow-ups may be conducted via face-to-face, telephone, e-mail, mail or other method
lead generation
A method of getting responder names without getting a payment, such as by sending away for a free gift, or calling an 800 number A mailer who uses a lead generation package will often be required to pay a surcharge
lost generation
generation which has lost its direction, generation without goals or aspirations
new generation
new stage in the development of a product, technological progress
power generation
creation of energy, production of energy
rising generation
young generation, young people
sandwich generation
A generation of people who give care to their children and their parents at the same time
second generation computers
computers that were operated by transistors and were developed during the 1960s
the next generation
offspring of the present generation, children; next stage in product development, new generation
third generation computers
central computers that operate by means of electronic chips that were developed in the 1970s
trip generation
- The Total number of trips ends produced by specific land use or activity
trip generation
In planning, the determination or prediction of the number of trips produced by and attracted to each zone, mode or area
trip generation
In planning, the determination or prediction of the number of trips produced by and attracted to each zone
wind generation
power derived from the wind (as by windmills)
younger generation
children, the new generation
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von generation im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

generat
(Tıp) generate
generation
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