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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von generations im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

children
çocuklar

Ana baba, çocuklarına verilecek eğitim türünü seçmek hakkını öncelikle haizdirler. - Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.

Ana ve çocuk özel ihtimam ve yardım görmek hakkını haizdir. Bütün çocuklar, evlilik içinde veya dışında doğsunlar, aynı sosyal korunmadan faydalanırlar. - Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.

generation
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.

generation
üretme
generation
{i} kuşak

Üç kuşak şeyleri üç şekilde görür. - Three generations see things three ways.

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

generation
nesil/üretim
children
i., çoğ., bak. child
children
çocuk

O, çocuklarını kendi etrafına topladı. - He gathered his children around him.

ÇHS'ye göre, 18 yaşından küçük tüm insanlar çocuk olarak kabul edilir. - According to the CRC, all people under 18 are considered to be children.

generation
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.

generation
oluşum
children
döl döş
children
çocukları

Çocukları çantaya koymayın. - Don't put children into the bag.

Ana baba, çocuklarına verilecek eğitim türünü seçmek hakkını öncelikle haizdirler. - Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.

children
(Bilgisayar) alttakiler
conflict of generations
kuşak çatışması
generation
(Tıp) döl yatağı
generation
(Denizbilim) generasyon
generation
(Çevre) elektrik enerjisi üretimi
generation
dölleme
generation
{i} oluşturma
alternation of generations
nesil değişimi
generation
(çıngı/vb.) üretme
gens
soy ağacı
generation
nesle
generation
küşade
generation
kuşa
generation
nesli
generation
nesl
baby boom generations
baby boom kuşağı
children
childs
generation
vasat olarak insan nesli farzedilen otuz yıl
generation
jenerasyon
generation
{i} üretim; meydana getirme
generation
(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
generation
generation gap aile ile çocuk arasındaki görüş farkından doğan anlaşmazlık
generation
(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"
generation
zürriyet husule getirme
generation
{i} dünyaya getirme
generation
(Tıp) Zürriyet, nesil, doğuş, tenasül, üreme jenerasyon
gens
antro
gens
eski Roma tarihinde kabile
gens
geniş soy
gens
erkeklerden hesaplanan soy silsilesi
leave to the next generations
gelecek kuşaklara bırakmak
Englisch - Englisch
NUMBER Number of active generations in the analytic workspace
Plural of generation
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
children
alternate generations
plural form of alternate generation
clogs to clogs in three generations
Wealth earned in one generation seldom lasts through the third (grandchild’s) generation
generation
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
generation
The act of generating or begetting; procreation, as of animals
generation
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.

generations.
gens
sandwich generations
plural form of sandwich generation
spontaneous generations
plural form of spontaneous generation
generation
{n} an age, race, family, production
Rags to rags in three generations
(Atasözü) The first generation in a family makes money (goes from rags to riches); the second generation holds or keeps the money; and the third generation squanders or loses the money (and so goes back to rags)
Generation
increase
alternation of generations
The regular alternation of forms or of mode of reproduction in the life cycle of an organism, such as the alternation between diploid and haploid phases, or between sexual and asexual reproductive cycles. Also called metagenesis, xenogenesis. In biology, alternation of a sexual phase (gametophyte) and a nonsexual phase (sporophyte) in the life cycle of an organism. The two phases, or generations, are often distinct in structure and sometimes in chromosome makeup. Alternation of generations is common in algae, fungi (see fungus), mosses, ferns, and seed plants. The character and extent of the two phases vary greatly among different groups of plants and algae. During the course of evolution, the gametophyte stage has been progressively reduced. Thus in higher (vascular) plants, the sporophyte is the dominant phase; in more primitive, nonvascular plants the gametophyte is dominant. Among animals, many invertebrates (e.g., protozoans, jellyfish, flatworms) have an alternation of sexual and asexual generations
alternation of generations
the alternation of two or more different forms in the life cycle of a plant or animal
coming generations
children to be born in the future, children which will be born and comprise the future generations, children and all generations after
generation
Origination by some process, mathematical, chemical, or vital; production; formation; as, the generation of sounds, of gases, of curves, etc
generation
a coming into being
generation
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
generation
The aggregate of the functions and phenomene which attend reproduction
generation
Each succeeding stage in reproduction from the original copy
generation
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
generation
That which is generated or brought forth; progeny; offspring
generation
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)
generation
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"
generation
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
generation
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
generation
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
generation
group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent
generation
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
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
generation
The process of making electricity The term may also refer to energy supply
generation
a stage of technological development or innovation; "the third generation of computers"
generation
(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
generation
A period of around thirty years, the average amount of time before a child takes the place of its parents
generation
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
generation
The process of producing electricity; also, the amount of electric energy, expressed in watthours
generation
The total amount of waste produced by a jurisdiction The basic formula is disposal plus diversion equals generation
generation
The production of electricity
generation
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
generation
A process which produced electricity
generation
An iteration of the measurement of fitness and the creation of new population members
generation
The creation of electricity via the conversion of other forms of energy (wood, coal, natural gas, etc ) Generation is measured in kilowatt-hours
generation
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
generation
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
generation
Race; kind; family; breed; stock
generation
all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
generation
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
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
generation
The process of producing electric energy by transforming other forms of energy; also, the amount of electric energy produced, expressed in watt-hours (Wh)
generation
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
generation
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
generation
the production of heat or electricity; "dams were built for the generation of electricity"
generation
A single step or stage in the succession of natural descent; a rank or remove in genealogy
generation
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
generation
"The aggregate of the functions and phenomena which attend reproduction
generation
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
generation
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production the production of heat or electricity; "dams were built for the generation of electricity"
generation
a stage of technological development or innovation; "the third generation of computers
generation
the normal time between successive generations; "they had to wait a generation for that prejudice to fade"
generation
That which is generated or brought forth; progeny; offspiring
generation
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
generation
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
generation
{i} group of people born around the same time; production
generation
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
generation
The conversion of other forms of energy into electricity through the use of equipment Generation is measured in kilowatt-hours
many generations
numerous successions of descent
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von generations im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

generat
(Tıp) generate
generations

    Türkische aussprache

    cenıreyşınz

    Aussprache

    /ˌʤenərˈāsʜənz/ /ˌʤɛnɜrˈeɪʃənz/

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    ... between individuals and across generations. ...
    ... have lifted entire generations of seniors out of poverty. ...

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