incompletely

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Englisch - Türkisch
eksik olarak

O eksik olarak oluşan kalp kapağı ile doğdu. - He was born with an incompletely formed heart valve.

tamamlanmadan
yarım yamalak
incomplete
eksik

O eksik olarak oluşan kalp kapağı ile doğdu. - He was born with an incompletely formed heart valve.

Bu rapor eksik gibi görünüyor. - This report seems to be incomplete.

incomplete
(Tıp) inkomplet
incomplete
eksik kalan
incomplete
güdük kalmak
incomplete
(Bilgisayar) tamamlanmadı
incomplete
{s} tamamlanmamış

Tom'un planı tamamlanmamıştır. - Tom's plan is incomplete.

O tamamlanmamış bir cümle. - That is an incomplete sentence.

incomplete
kusurlu
incomplete
bitmemiş
incomplete
kusurlu olarak
incomplete
(Tıp) Eksik, noksan, kusurlu, tamam değil
incomplete
{s} eksik, noksan, bitmemiş; kusurlu
incomplete
incompletelyeksik olarak
incomplete
kusur
Englisch - Englisch
To an incomplete degree
In an incomplete manner
imperfectly; partially, deficiently
not to a full degree or extent; "words incompletely understood"; "a form filled out incompletely
not to a full degree or extent; "words incompletely understood"; "a form filled out incompletely"
incomplete
Something incomplete
incomplete
lacking some element, part, or adjunct necessary or required
ıncompletely
{a} in an imperfect manner
incomplete
A forward pass that is not caught or intercepted
incomplete
A grade (I) that may be assigned by an instructor when a student is temporarily unable to complete course requirements because of unusual personal circumstances Left unresolved, a grade of I becomes on the academic record a permanent grade of incomplete (IN)
incomplete
means no credit has been earned for a course "I" grades are not considered passing grades and could jeopardize your future financial aid
incomplete
Of a flower, wanting any of the usual floral organs
incomplete
lacking one or more of the four whorls of the complete flower--sepals or petals or stamens or pistils; "an incomplete flower"
incomplete
not complete or total; not completed; "an incomplete account of his life"; "political consequences of incomplete military success"; "an incomplete forward pass"
incomplete
A Grade ("I") given to a student who is doing passing work in a class, but cannot finish the course work by the end of the semester This grade is given at the discretion of the instructor and only for serious illness or other legitimate extenuating circumstances The "I" must be removed within the time limits specified by the instructor
incomplete
An "incomplete" is a temporary grade given by an instructor when neither a passing nor failing grade can be determined because of incomplete course work Unless a convincing explanation of extenuating circumstances, acceptable to the instructor, is presented and the missed examination or required assignment is made up by the date specified in the Academic Calendar, the "I" becomes a permanent "F" grade See Student Handbook, p 41
incomplete
indicates that D&B's file does not contain sufficient information about the background of the business and its significant principals to fully assess risk
incomplete
An administrative mark which may be given to students who are unable to complete the last three weeks of a semester because of factors beyond their control Refer to the section on " Academic Grades and Administrative Marks" in the "General Requirements and Regulations" section of the catalog
incomplete
not yet finished; "his thesis is still incomplete"; "an uncompleted play
incomplete
The status of an application in ULS that is not yet completed or submitted Note: The system saves incomplete applications for 30 days
incomplete
The grade you receive when you are unable to complete a course Your grade shows as IW (incomplete/withdrawn) or IF (incomplete/fail) for one year If you do not complete the course in one year, your final grade will be a W or an F
incomplete
{s} not whole; unfinished; imperfect; lacking some part, deficient
incomplete
An incomplete is an arrangement you make with an instructor; it is not automatic, and an instructor is not obligated to provide one The Faculty Code specifies that an incomplete ("I" grade) can be reported "only if the unfinished part of the student's work is small, the work is unfinished for reasons acceptable to the instructor, the student's standing in the course is at least a "C­" grade or higher, and the student has taken the final examination "; "X" indicates the student was unable to take the final exam An incomplete grade must be made up by the end of the 4th week of the next fall or winter term of enrollment If the instructor does not submit a final grade within a week of the incomplete deadline, the grade will lapse to an "E " Enrollment in a spring or summer half-term will not cause an incomplete to lapse
incomplete
Wanting any of the usual floral organs; said of a flower
incomplete
Not complete; not filled up; not finished; not having all its parts, or not having them all adjusted; imperfect; defective
incomplete
VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether the type is an incomplete type (YES) or not (NO)
incomplete
A designation of being incomplete
incomplete
not yet finished; "his thesis is still incomplete"; "an uncompleted play"
incomplete
Something that is incomplete is not yet finished, or does not have all the parts or details that it needs. The clearing of rubbish and drains is still incomplete complete. not having everything that should be there, or not completely finished   complete. a grade given to school or college students when they have not completed all the work for a course
incomplete
An instructor may assign an Incomplete (a grade of I) if a student does not complete a major assignment or examination Course requirements must be met by a method mutually agreed on by the instructor and the student by the end of the next semester or the "I" grade will automatically be changed to an "F"
incomplete
A Grade ("I") given to a student who is passing work in a class, but cannot finish the course work by the end of the semester This grade is given at the discretion of the instructor and only for serious illness or other legitimate extenuating circumstances You then have one year in which to complete the course work
incompletely
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