interchange

listen to the pronunciation of interchange
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} takas etmek
{f} değiştirmek
{f} yer değişmek
değiş tokuş etmek
{i} değiştirme
{i} değişme
takas
değiştokuş etmek
(Otomotiv) alt geçit
değiş-tokuş
değişim
nöbetleşme
karşılıklı değişme
alış veriş
değiş tokuş etme
(Otomotiv) üst geçit
arasında değişim
değiş tokuş yapmak
{f} değiştir

Bu iki parça değiştirilebilir. - These two parts are interchangeable.

Kadınlar sürekli aynı zevk için değiştirilebilir enstrümanlardır. - Women are interchangeable instruments for a constantly identical pleasure.

değiş tokuş
araçların giriş ya da dönüş yapabildiği ve bir hız yoluyla diğer bir yolun kesiştiği kavşak
yer değiştirme
yerlerini değiştirmek
değiş tokuş,v.değiştir: n.değiştirme
{i} kavşak
değişim (arasında)
kavşak/değiş tokuş
vasıtaların trafiği aksatmadan giriş veya dönüş yapabildiği ve bir hız yoluyla diğer bi
(Askeri) AKTARMA ETMEK: Tek konşimento ile yapılan bir taşıttan, seyir hattı kısmen veya tamamen müşterek olan, diğer bir taşıta nakletmek
yerlerini değiştir
aktarmak
aktarma
köprülü kavşak
interchange agreement
takas anlaşması
interchange station
Değişim istasyonu

(Ankara)Kızılay Metro Station is a free interchange station between ANKARAY and METRO.

interchange ability
değiştirebilirlik
interchange coefficients
(Havacılık) değiştirme katsayıları
interchange ramp
köprülükavşak rampası
interchange site
köprülü kavşak yeri
information interchange
Bilgi takası
inspection interchange agreement
(Askeri) MUAYENE MÜBADELE ANLAŞMASI: İki veya daha çok tedarik makamı arasındaki bir anlaşma. Bu anlaşmaya göre; tek bir muayene makamı, bir müteahhit atölyesinde gerekli tedarik muayene hizmetlerini yapar
time slot interchange
zaman dilimi değiştokuşu
american standard code for information interchange
bilgi değişimi için amerikan standart kodu
data interchange format
veri değişim biçimi
document interchange architecture
belge değiştokuş mimarisi
heat interchange
termal denge
heat interchange
ısıl denge
cultural interchange
Kültürel alışveriş
heat interchange
termal denge, ışıl denge
interchangeably
değiştirilebilir
interchanges
kavşaklarının
Director of Central Intelligence; dual channel interchange
(Askeri) Merkezi İstihbarat Başkanı; çift kanallı dolaşım
american standart codes for information interchange
(ASCII) Bilgi Değişimi İçin Amerikan Standart Kodlama Sistemi
data interchange format
veri değiştokuş biçimi;Veri Takas
document interchange architectur
e (DIA) Belge Değiştokuş Mimarisi
electronic data interchange
(Askeri) elektronik veri iç dolaşımı
extended binary coded decimal interchange code
(Askeri) uzatılmış iki tabanlı kodlu ondalık mubadele kodu
interchangeably
yer değiştirerek
online data interchange
(Havacılık) online bilgi değişimi
rotary interchange
dönel katlı kavşak
time slot interchange
zaman dilimi degistokusu
Englisch - Englisch
to swap or change places
to mutually give and receive (something); to exchange
to alternate
An act of interchanging
A highway junction in which traffic may change from one road to another without crossing a stream of traffic
A connection between two or more lines, services or modes of transport; a station at which such a connection can be made

Holborn tube station is the only interchange between the London Underground Central and Piccadilly Lines.

to switch (each of two things)
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) Interchange (or, colloquially, the bench or interchange bench) is a team position in Australian rules football, consisting of players who are part of the selected team but are not currently on the field of play
The interconnection of roadways with one or more grade separations providing for safe and efficient exchange of traffic
give to, and receive from, one another; "Would you change places with me?"; "We have been exchanging letters for a year"
In EDI, the exchange of electronic information between companies Also, the group of transaction sets transmitted from one sender to one receiver at one time Delineated by interchange control segments
reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of money especially the currencies of different countries; "he earns his living from the interchange of currency"
Your credit card processor is required to pay "Interchange" to the card issuer Interchange rates vary depending on the type of card presented; how it is processed; and the type of merchant accepting the credit card More on Interchange
mutual interaction; the activity of interchanging or reciprocating a junction of highways on different levels that permits traffic to move from one to another without crossing traffic streams reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
The standardized electronic exchange of financial and non-financial data associated with sale and credit data between merchant acquirers and card issuers on various types of MasterCard and Visa transactions
A grade-separated over-pass or under-pass of two or more major highways that allows more traffic at greater speeds than a traffic light controlled intersection Federal Interstate Highway design standards mandate complete limited access via grade-separated interchanges
Transfer of a container from one party to another
- A system of vertically separated roads, interconnecting with one or more turning roadways (or ramps) for travel between through roads
– the system of grade-separated ramps connecting two or more roadways
Interchange is the fee paid by acquirers to card issuers for each transaction The fee is determined by the nature of the business and the processing procedures followed Rates are determined by the card schemes who assess the level of risk and expense involved in processing a transaction
To put each in the place of the other; to give and take mutually; to exchange; to reciprocate; as, to interchange places; they interchanged friendly offices and services
The exchange of information, transaction data and money among banks Interchange systems are managed by Visa and MasterCard associations and are very standardized so banks and merchants worldwide can use them
a highway intersection or junction in which traffic may change from one road to another without crossing a stream of traffic
To make an interchange; to alternate
Point of entry/exit for trucks delivering and picking up containerized cargo Point where pickups and deposits of containers in storage area or yard are assigned
The exchange of Authorization requests, Transaction records, funds, or information between an Acquirer and CAS through an intermediate Network or other facility
a junction of highways on different levels that permits traffic to move from one to another without crossing traffic streams
If there is an interchange of ideas or information among a group of people, each person talks about his or her ideas or gives information to the others. What made the meeting exciting was the interchange of ideas from different disciplines = exchange
{f} exchange, trade; place one thing in the place of another; alternate; alternately give and receive
The mutual exchange of commodities between two persons or countries; barter; commerce
The act of mutually changing; the act of mutually giving and receiving; exchange; as, the interchange of civilities between two persons
Transfer of freight from one carrier to another
mutual interaction; the activity of interchanging or reciprocating
cause to change places; "interchange this screw for one of a smaller size"
Where two highways meet and intersect
Alternate succession; alternation; a mingling
{i} act of placing one thing in the place of another; alternate giving and receiving; exchange; alternation; system for routing traffic on and off highways
If you interchange one thing with another, or you interchange two things, each thing takes the place of the other or is exchanged for the other. You can also say that two things interchange. She likes to interchange her furnishings at home with the stock in her shop Your task is to interchange words so that the sentence makes sense. the point where the illusions of the stage and reality begin to interchange. Interchange is also a noun. the interchange of matter and energy at atomic or sub-atomic levels
The discrete transmission of the set of data sent at one time, such as order or shipment data sent between trading partners
The exchange of information, transaction data and money among banks Interchange systems are managed by Visa and MasterCard associations according to their requirements and are very standardized so banks and merchants worldwide can use them
To cause to follow alternately; to intermingle; to vary; as, to interchange cares with pleasures
Exchange of railcars between connecting railroads at specified junction points Glossary Top
Fee that an acquirer pays to an association (or credit card company) to compensate the issuer for risks associated with accepting and funding the cardholder's account This fee comes out of the discount rate charged to the merchant
An interchange on a motorway, freeway, or road is a place where it joins a main road or another motorway or freeway. = junction. to put each of two things in the place of the other, or to be exchanged in this way
a grade separated intersection with one or more turning roadways (or ramps) for travel between the through roads
Electric power or energy that flows from one entity to another Some forms of interchange are
The domestic and international systems operated by VISA and MasterCard for authorization, settlement and the passing through of interchange and other fees, as well as other monetary and non-monetary information related to bankcard activities
The data transmitted between a sender and receiver in a single transmission
an interchange is the junction of a freeway and another road To provide access control, interchanges keep the traffic flowing on the freeway, but there may be some restrictions on the connecting routes A complete interchange provides for movements in all directions; a partial interchange has some missing connections There are a wide variety of interchanges, including cloverleads, stacks, single point urban, and trumpets
The flow of information between issuers and acquirers, e g transactions, retrieval requests, chargebacks
reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
Capability of media to function properly in various systems
interchange bench
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) Interchange (or, colloquially, the bench or interchange bench) is a team position in Australian rules football, consisting of players who are part of the selected team but are not currently on the field of play
interchange station
An interchange station in British English, also known as a transfer station in American English, is a train station for more than one railway route in a passenger transport system. Such stations usually have more platforms than single route stations. Passengers reaching the station from one line may change to a train of another line. They may be required to pay extra fare for the interchange if they leave a fare zone. Some rapid transit systems, however, have a fare system which allows commuters to freely change routes in the station
cloverleaf interchange
A junction of two highways, one crossing over the other, having a series of exit and entrance ramps, arranged in the form of a four-leaf clover, such that traffic may proceed from either highway in all directions
partial cloverleaf interchange
A variation on the cloverleaf interchange in which there are fewer loop ramps. Shortened forms: parclo, parclo interchange
single-point urban interchange
An interchange between a highway (free-flowing) and a street (with traffic signals) which allows traffic to proceed from either direction on each road to either direction on the other, and which is governed by only one set of traffic signals
transport interchange
an interchange facility with different modes of transport
ınterchange
{v} to exchange, barter, succeed to
ınterchange
{n} an exchange
american standard code for information interchange
(computer science) a code for information exchange between computers made by different companies; a string of 7 binary digits represents each character; used in most microcomputers
electronic data interchange
EDI a way for companies and banks to send information to each other by computer using an agreed format so that the company receiving the documents can easily read them on their computer and print them out on paper
electronic data interchange
(Ticaret) (EDI) The electronic transfer of order and transfer information between trading partners on the same system, that uses a predefined, standard message format for order receipt, order release, advanced shipping notifications, invoices and other transactions
electronic data interchange for administration, commerce, transport
(Ticaret) (EDIFACT) United Nations-sponsored syntax rules for EDI message exchange
interchangeably
in an interchangeable manner; "these terms can be used interchangeably
interchangeably
in an interchangeable manner; alternately
interchangeably
in an interchangeable manner; "these terms can be used interchangeably"
interchangeably
with the ability of being interchanged or swapped
interchanged
past of interchange
interchanges
plural of interchange
interchanging
present participle of interchange
interchange
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