links

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Englisch - Türkisch
sargı
(Bilgisayar) minnoş
golf sahası
golf oyunu sahas
Bağlantılar

Bağlantıları değiştirmek ister misin? - Would you like to exchange links?

İşte bazı ilginç bağlantılar. - Here are some interesting links.

{i} sahildeki çimli kumul
etriye
link
{f} bağlamak
link
bağ

Olaylar yakından bağlantılı idi. - The events were closely linked.

Tom bloğundan benim siteme bağlandı. - Tom linked to my website from his blog.

link
halka

Bir zincir ancak en zayıf halkası kadar kuvvetlidir. - A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.

Halkanın biri kopuksa, tüm zincir kopuktur. - One link broken, the whole chain is broken.

link
{i} bağlantı

Bir zincir birçok bağlantıdan oluşur. - A chain is made up of many links.

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

links and references
(Bilgisayar) bağlantılar ve başvurular
links dirty?
(Bilgisayar) bağlantılar kirli mi?
link
bağlantı kurmak
cuff links
(Tekstil) kol düğmesi
custom links
(Bilgisayar) özel köprüler
customize links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıları özelleştir
descriptive links
(Bilgisayar) tanımlayıcı bağlaçlar
edit links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıları düzenle
external links
(Bilgisayar) dışarıya bağlaçlar
follow links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıları izle
follow links
(Bilgisayar) bağları izle
link
üzengi
link
rotilli kol
link
(Askeri) bakla
link
irtibat
link
palet baklası
link
link
link
(Mekanik) biyel
link
birbirine bağlamak
link
mekanik tertibat
link
birbirine bağlanmak
link
halka (zincir)
link
ara bağlantı parçası
link
radyo/tv link
link
ilişki

Dünya savaşı hayali, doğrusal bir dinle ilişkilendirilebilir. - The dream of world war may be linked to a linear religion.

link
zincirlenmek
link
(Askeri,Teknik) hat
link
(Bilgisayar) bağlantılama
link
(Askeri) haberleşme irtibatı
link
(Bilgisayar) ilintilemek
link
(Askeri) muhabere bağı
link
bağlantılı

Olaylar yakından bağlantılı idi. - The events were closely linked.

Bu cümleler doğrudan doğruya bağlantılı değildir. - These sentences are not directly linked.

link
(Bilgisayar) bağlan

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

Tom bloğundan benim siteme bağlandı. - Tom linked to my website from his blog.

more links
(Bilgisayar) daha fazla bağlantı
stud links
(Askeri) lokma
update links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıları güncelleştir
update links
(Bilgisayar) bağları güncelleştir
golf links
golf sahası
link
birleştirmek
link
zincir halkası
link
(together/up ile) bağlamak
link
{f} bağla

ABD'de ülke çapındaki bir ankete göre Müslümanların terörle bağlantılı olduğu yaygın bir inançtır. - It is a prevalent belief, according to a nationwide poll in the United States, that Muslims are linked with terrorism.

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

cuff links
manşet bağlantılar
goddess links sabbats
tanrıça linkler sabbats
satellite links
uydu bağlantıları
absolute links
(Bilgisayar) mutlak bağlaçlar
absolute links
(Bilgisayar) mutlak bağlantılar
complex links
(Bilgisayar) karmaşık bağlantılar
cross links
(Nükleer Bilimler) çapraz bağlantılar
filter links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıları süz
font links
(Bilgisayar) yazı tipi bağlantıları
golf course/links
golf alanı
incoming newwave links
(Bilgisayar) gelen newwave bağlantıları
link
kulis
link
{f} birbirine bağlamak, birleştirmek, zincirlemek; birbirine bağlanmak
link
(Askeri) (COMMUNICATIONS) MUHABERE BAĞI, HABERLEŞME İRTİBATI: İki nokta arasında haberleşme irtibatının mevcut olduğunu göstermek üzere kullanılan telsiz istasyonu
link
{f} eklemek
link
{f} birleşmek
link
mesaha zincirinin 20 santimetre boyunda bir ölçü halkası
link
{i} kol düğmesi
link
(İnşaat) bağlantı, mafsal
link
(Askeri) HAL, BAĞLANTI, BAĞ, İRTİBAT: Muhaberede iki nokta arasında haberleşme tesis ve imkanlarının bulunduğunu belirten genel terim
link
{f} eklenmek
link
{i} meşale
link
zincir baklası
link
{i} radyo, TV link
link
{f} ulamak
link
Web sayfasındaki bir noktadan ( Sözcük , metin, yada resim ) Baska bir web sayfasına bağlanmayı sağlayan arabirim. İmleç üstüne gelindiğinde el şekline dönüşür. Link kullanıcıyı o konuyla ilgili baska bir sayfaya ya da bilgisayara yönlendirebilir.Link Bir metin parçasının üzerindeyse Hypertext denir. örnek; yandaki linke tıklayarak karikatür sitesinden çok sayıda sanatsal karikatürü ücretsiz indirebilir, kullanabilirsiniz
link
{i} eklem

Tatoeba'nı yeni versiyonu, insanları eklemeye ve onlarda redaksiyon yapmaya olanak sağlayacak! - The new version of Tatoeba will allow linking people, and even editing them!

link
(Hukuk) bağıntı
link
(Tıp) Zincir şeklindeki oluşumun halkalarından her biri, bağlayıcı ödev gören halka
media links
(Bilgisayar) ortam bağlantıları
metal links
(Bilgisayar) metal bağlantılar
office links
(Bilgisayar) office bağlantıları
open/change links
Bağlantıarı Aç/Değiştir
relative links
(Bilgisayar) göreceli bağlaçlar
small links
(Otomotiv) küçük bağlantılar
tilt links
(İnşaat) tilt bağlantıları
underline links
(Bilgisayar) bağların altını çiz
underline links
(Bilgisayar) bağlantıların altını çiz
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von links im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

link
İletişim dizgesi birliği
link
Atın eşkin yürüyüşü
link
iki nokta arasında iletişim kurma olanaklarının varlığını belirtmede kullanılan genel terim
Englisch - Englisch
A golf course, especially one situated on dunes by the sea

A links is best when it’s really firm and when the wind is really up.

plural form of link
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of link
golf course: course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf
{i} golf course; sandy hills by the sea coast (Scottish)
Links are quick routes to other web pages that may be similar or related in some fashion On most websites the links are blue and underlined, you can directly click on them and retrieve the page to which it is connected This is another way for you to navigate the Internet We find links most helpful, but also very addicting Remember you can always use the "Back" button to return from wherever you end up Should you become completely lost hit the Home icon at the top of your Browser and you will be returned to SYIX COM
Links are usually a different font color from the page and underlined They are used on the World Wide Web as shortcuts to information If you click on a link, you will quickly jump to a new page Click on the word GO to try a link: GO
These are the hypertext connections between Web pages The part of a web page that allows you to travel to another web page, email someone, or download files Also known as hyperlink To the Top
– A hyperlink allows a connection from one site to another or from one place in a site to another place in the site
1 originally referred to seaside courses, now used loosely to mean any golf course 2 ("links style course, links course") an exposed, windswept (sometimes seaside) course characterized by gently rolling mounds/dunes and very few (if any) trees Example: Hey, let's hit the links after work 2 Spanish Bay, on the Monterey Peninsula, is a links style course
plural of link
The text or graphic a person selects (by clicking or using the keyboard keys) that branches onto another document, another location in the current document or another Internet tool
course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf
By inserting hypertext links into web documents it is possible to connect two documents together These documents can be on different computers on opposite sides of the globe
It is preferable to use document-relative links instead of root-relative links as this makes your site more portable The rationale behind this is that root-relative links are interpreted by servers, not by browsers Therefore, if you open a local page that uses root-relative links in your browser, the links won't work
Within the context of the World Wide Web, a link is a reference within a Web document to another document Links are constructed using Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) and include a link title or image which usually displays as a hyperlink which is indicated by a visual cue such as underlined text or a hand icon over text or image when a mouse is moved over the link, with the link URL displaying in the status bar of a Web browser When a Web browser is used to select a link, the Web browser then retrieves and displays the referenced document which may be in HTML or other formats, eg PDF A computer may require the setup of additional software or plug-ins to be able to retrieve and display files in various formats that are offered as links in Web documents
text, graphics, a button, or a sound object on a web page that is connected to another web page; you are taken to the page to which the item is linked when you click on it
the way in which users of the World Wide Web jump from one page to another A link normally appears as an underlined phrase or word, much like those on a CD-ROM encyclopaedia
A golf course
Hypertext connections between Web pages This is a synonym for hotlinks or hyperlinks
This refers to a connection, created by the use of HTML, between one piece of text, or a graphic, to another This connection is often referred to as being "external" (when it refers to a link to another document) or "internal" (when referring to a link within the current document) Connections between web sites owned by different organizations are often referred to as "reciprocal links "
in GEMIS are the connections between data records There are links between processes, between products and processes, between scenarios and processes, and between references and products, processes, scenarios and standards Links establish process chains which can be displayed via the local menu (right mouse click!) If you rename a data record, all links in GEMIS are adjusted to the new name automatically If you copy a data record, all existing links of the original record become also part of the copied data record
Connections from one information file or site to another
third-person singular of link
These are the hypertext connections between Web pages This is a synonym for hotlinks or hyperlinks
A reference from some point in one hypertext document to (some point in) another document or another place in the same document Clicking a link will take you to the page A browser usually displays a hyperlink in some distinguishing way, e g in a different colour, font or style When the user activates the link (e g by clicking on it with the mouse) the browser will display the target of the link Most browser will display a link in blue and underlined
A tract of ground laid out for the game of golf; a golfing green
On any web page there are one or more highlighted words (words that stand out) that are in a different color and/or underlined They have a special purpose; when a user touches that word (words or graphics) and clicks on the image or text with the mouse, that will bring them to another "page" or URL within the WWWeb
These are the hypertext connections between Web pages This is a synonym for hotlinks or hyperlinks Listserv-- A discussion group which you subscribe to through messages to a "listserver" computer This is a kind of robot moderator that controls distribution of messages on the list In many cases, it also maintains indexes and archives of past postings in a given discussion group, which can be handy if you want to get up to speed with a discussion or just search for some information Locked--When the computer stops dead in its tracks and has to be rebooted (re-started) Log on / log in--Connect to a host system or public-access site Lurk--Read messages in a USENET news group without ever saying anything M
Links are the hypertext connections between Web pages This is a synonym for hotlinks or hyper links, hot buttons, or hyper text links Links allow you to navigate throughout a Web site (internal links) or move about between different sites on the WWW (external links) Links are identified on a Web page because a word is highlighted in a different colour, or a graphic / drawing / photograph has been programmed to link to another place It is similar to turning the page in a book or moving from chapter to chapter in a book
are URL's that reference resources integral to the digital object In some instances, these references may be to internal parts of the object (e g , another sub part of the overall digital object) In other instances, these references may be to resources that exist outside and independent of the digital object but that are, nevertheless, an important part of the digital object's content
A highly compehensive set of links covering nearly all of the volentary and charitabe care organisation in the UK
Connections on the World Wide Web that allow the user to "jump" or "surf" from one Internet site to another
A link, or hyperlink, acts as a bridge between separate web pages By clicking on a link you are taken to another web page Links can be indicated by a small graphic (icon) or by underlined text, usually of a different colour to the rest of the text on the page If you move your mouse pointer over a link the arrow will turn into a pointing finger To move to the linked page, just click on the link
The connections in web pages that allow you to move from one document or site to another Text links are usually underlined or highlighted , so all you need to do is click on a link to connect to another site without knowing or typing in its URL Icons can also be links Also known as hyperlinks or hypertext links
cuff links
plural form of cuff link
dead links
plural form of dead link
disintegrating links
plural form of disintegrating link
link
A torch, used to light dark streets
link
a thin wild bank of land splitting two cultivated patches and often linking two hills

They used formerly to live in caves or huts dug into the side of a bank or link, and lined with heath or straw.

link
A space comprising one or more disjoint knots
link
To contain a hyperlink to another page

My homepage links to my wife's.

link
A connection between places, persons, events, or things

The mayor’s assistant serves as the link to the media.

link
The connection between busses or systems

A by-N-link is composed of N lanes.

missing links
plural form of missing link
pretzel links
plural form of pretzel link
red links
plural form of red link
red links
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of red link
symbolic links
plural form of symbolic link
weakest links
plural form of weakest link
link
{n} a part of a chain, chain, torch of pitch
link
{v} to join, unite, connect, combine, fix
forge links
strengthen ties, make connections
golf links
golf course, area where golf is played
golf links
golf links a golf course, especially by the sea
link
a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain
link
A torch made of tow and pitch, or the like
link
A component of a hypertext document which, when selected with a mouse, takes the user to another document or a different section of the current document For example, this glossary has links for each of the letters of the alphabet
link
a connecting shape
link
A link will transport you from one Internet site to another with just a click of your mouse Links can be text or graphic and are recognizable once you know what to look for Text links usually will be underlined and often a different color than the rest of the text on your screen (Back to the Top, above, is a link that carries you to the top of this page ) Graphic images may also be coded as links for navigation
link
A bond of affinity, or a unit of valence between atoms; applied to a unit of chemical force or attraction
link
An end-to-end transmission path provided by the cabling infrastructure Cabling links include all cables and connecting hardware that comprise the horizontal or backbone subsystems Equipment and work area cables are not included as part of a link
link
an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain the means of connection between things linked in series
link
If you link one thing with another, you join them by putting one thing through the other. She linked her arm through his He linked the fingers of his hands together on his stomach. If two or more people link arms, or if one person links arms with another, they stand next to each other, and each person puts their arm round the arm of the person next to them. She stayed with them, linking arms with the two girls, joking with the boys. see also link-up. A torch formerly used for lighting one's way in the streets. in the UK, a system by which people can get money from their bank or building society accounts by using a special plastic card (a Link card) in a cash machine
link
connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"; "Tie the ropes together"; "Link arms"
link
A connection between one hypertext document and another
link
Anything doubled and closed like a link; as, a link of horsehair
link
apposition
link
be or become joined or united or linked; "The two streets connect to become a highway"; "Our paths joined"; "The travelers linked up again at the airport"
link
by which relative motion of other parts is produced and constrained
link
Short for hypertext link or hyperlink, a web link is a connection that takes a user to another page, document or file Text links are usually underlined and a different color than the surrounding text A sure way to tell if something is a link is to place the cursor over the graphic icon or text If it changes into a hand, then it is a live link Modem - The device that allows your computer to access the Internet over a phone line
link
Hence, any such piece of ground where golf is played
link
If you link one person or thing to another, you claim that there is a relationship or connection between them. Criminologist Dr Ann Jones has linked the crime to social circumstances They've linked her with various men, including magnate Donald Trump
link
When a document uses HTML and is published on the WWW, links are words or places you can "click" on in the document that allow you to jump to other sections of the document, or to other documents on the WWW Links are usually highlighted in blue and appear as underlined text, although graphics can also be links Your mouse pointer turns into a "hand" icon when it is placed over a link
link
Cf
link
An active connection to another web page, location in a web page, file, or other Internet resource Selecting the link takes you to the new location or resource See URL
link
A highlighted area of text (a name, a phrase, etc ) or a graphic image on which the user can click in order to be "taken" to a related item elsewhere - in the case of a CD-ROM presentation this would be elsewhere on the same disc; in the case of the World Wide Web it can be anywhere else in the world, and not necessarily another Web page - it could open up an email window, allowing the user to send a message to the "owner" of the page; it could open a newsgroup or it could begin an ftp transfer
link
Using hypertext, a link is a selectable connection from one word, picture, or information object to another The most common form of link is the highlighted word or picture that can be selected by the user, resulting in the immediate delivery and view of another file Links are what make the WWW a Web
link
A link between two people, organizations, or places is a friendly or business connection between them. Kiev hopes to cement close links with Bonn In 1984 the long link between AC Cars and the Hurlock family was severed A cabinet minister came under investigation for links to the Mafia
link
(computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list
link
Connection between one part of a hypertext document and another (It can be a connection to another part of the same document or to another document ) On the World Wide Web, links appear as text or pictures that are highlighted To follow a link, you click on the highlighted material
link
Hence: Anything, whether material or not, which binds together, or connects, separate things; a part of a connected series; a tie; a bond
link
92 inches, the chain being 66 feet in length
link
On the Web, a connection that, when selected (or clicked on), will take users to another Web page A link can be in the form of text (usually appearing as underlined blue text) or images which are coded to act as links Links are also referred to as "hyperlinks "
link
If two places or objects are linked or something links them, there is a physical connection between them. the Rama Road, which links the capital, Managua, with the Caribbean coast The campus is linked by regular bus services to Coventry. the Channel Tunnel linking Britain and France
link
shortened form of hyperlink, especially one implemented in HTML
link
An active connection to another web page, location in a web page, file, or other Internet resource Selecting the link takes you to the new location
link
In hypertext documents, a link is the connection from one document to another Linking words or phrases are always a different colour and usually underlined so that they stand out
link
A winding of a river; also, the ground along such a winding; a meander; usually in pl
link
Link is short for Hypertext Link In the Internet world, a link is usually denominated by colored and underlined text When you click on a link, it will allow you to view another page or another section of the current Web page
link
A link is a reference from some point in one HTML document to some point in another document or to another place in the same document A browser usually displays a link in some distinguishing way, e g in a different color When the reader clicks on the highlighted text or graphic element, the browser will display the target of the link
link
A link between two things or places is a physical connection between them. the high-speed rail link between London and the Channel Tunnel Stalin insisted that the radio link with the German Foreign Ministry should remain open
link
a fastener that serves to join or link; "the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction" an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain the means of connection between things linked in series
link
To be connected
link
To connect two or more things
link
a channel for communication between groups; "he provided a liaison with the guerrillas"
link
Text or graphics that when clicked take you to another section of the site or to an entirely different web site Text links are often underlined and in a different color than the rest of the text on the page
link
If someone or something links two things or situations, there is a relationship between them, for example because one thing causes or affects the other. The UN Security Council has linked any lifting of sanctions to compliance with the ceasefire terms Liver cancer is linked to the hepatitis B virus The detention raised two distinct but closely linked questions. see also index-linked
link
The length of one joint of Gunter's chain, being the hundredth part of it, or 7
link
an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data
link
make a logical or causal connection; "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"; "colligate these facts"; "I cannot relate these events at all"
link
link with or as with a yoke; "yoke the oxen together"
link
Sand hills with the surrounding level or undulating land, such as occur along the seashore, a river bank, etc
link
A reference (link) from some point in one hypertext document to (some point in) another document or another place in the same document A browser usually displays a hyperlink in some distinguishing way, e g in a different color, font or style When the user activates the link (e g by clicking on it with the mouse,) the browser will display the target of the link
link
A component of a hypertext document which when clicked with a mouse takes the user to another document or a different section of the current document The word "mouse" above in this paragraph - which you can see is underlined and blue is an example of how a link appears most of the time on the Internet
link
a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network
link
A hill or ridge, as a sand hill, or a wooded or turfy bank between cultivated fields, etc
link
A single ring or division of a chain
link
Chain, n
link
In a hypertext document, any connection between one address (URL) on the World Wide Web and another, embedded in the text or appearing as a word, symbol, icon, or other graphic element which can be activated by the click of a mouse or some other pointing device Text links usually appear underlined and in blue on the computer screen
link
A connection between two web pages, either between those kept on the same site or those kept on different sites By clicking on a link using the mouse pointer you are automatically taken to the new page You can retrace your steps by clicking on the browserís ëbackí button on its toolbar
link
Any intermediate rod or piece for transmitting force or motion, especially a short connecting rod with a bearing at each end; specifically (Steam Engine), the slotted bar, or connecting piece, to the opposite ends of which the eccentric rods are jointed, and by means of which the movement of the valve is varied, in a link motion
link
{i} one ring of a chain; something which connects one thing to another, connection, bond; one in a series; (Computers) text or images on a Web that serves as a route to another Web file or page on the Internet, connection between two data files so that both are simultaneously updated; "jump", part of a hypertext document that connects to another document; unit in a communications system; cuff link; ring; unit of distance (Engineering, Surveying); torch made of flax and tar
link
A pointer in an HTML document that leads to another World Wide Web site or another space within the same document Using hypertext, a link is a connection from a word, graphic or object in a Web site to another Web page or Web site
link
A word, picture, or other area of a Web page that users can click on to move to another spot in the document or to another document Words and phrases that are links may be underlined and usually appear in a contrasting color text The text and underline color may change after you click on the link so you can tell if you've already followed the link Pictures that are links sometimes have a blue border around them which also may change colors after you click on them
link
A word, phrase, or image highlighted in a hypertext document to act as a navigation aid to related information Links may be indicated with an underline, a color contrast, or a border
link
To connect or unite with a link or as with a link; to join; to attach; to unite; to couple
link
Short for "hyperlink " Links are commands used to jump from Web page to Web page If you didn't have links, you wouldn't be able to get from one Web page to another Because links can lead to a page either related to the one you're on or to one completely unrelated, links have made linear thought on the Web pretty much an option, not a rule Therefore, it is because of the link (and hypertext in general) that the Web is such a unique medium Sometimes links appear as an underlined, colored word or group of words; sometimes they're a picture; sometimes they're icons, which are like pictures but usually more functional See more about links in the "What A Web Browser Does" section Just remember that links are made to be clicked (and are therefore "clickable") Back to Top
link
to skip or trip along smartly
link
Sausages; because linked together
link
A link is one of the rings in a chain
link
One element of a chain
link
In computing, a link is a connection between different documents, or between different parts of the same document, using hypertext. Link is also a verb. Certainly, Andreessen didn't think up using hypertext to link Internet documents
link
A link to another person or organization is something that allows you to communicate with them or have contact with them. She was my only link with the past These projects will provide vital links between companies and universities
link
(Ticaret) To connect two or more resources or systems so that the output of one becomes input to another on a recurring basis, or directly affects its performance
link
{f} join; connect; be joined, be connected; (Computers) connect between two data files so that both are simultaneously updated
link
A link carries you from where you are on the web page to another file, which could be another web page, an image, sound, a movie, a database, an ftp site, a telnet connection, or a gopher, anywhere in the world A link may also take you to another place on the same web page Most graphical web browsers show that text is a link by underlining it in a particular color (often blue), and that an object is a link by boxing it in the same color Some graphical links, however, will not appear in a colored box In Netscape, the cursor turns to a pointing finger when you pass it over a link Links that are words are also called hyperlinks
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a fastener that serves to join or link; "the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction"
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the state of being connected; "the connection between church and state is inescapable"
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Any one of the several elementary pieces of a mechanism, as the fixed frame, or a rod, wheel, mass of confined liquid, etc
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If there is a link between two things or situations, there is a relationship between them, for example because one thing causes or affects the other. the link between smoking and lung cancer. = connection
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the means of connection between things linked in series
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Definition von links im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

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(Askeri) synthetic trainer
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trot (gait)
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    Türkische aussprache

    lîngks

    Aussprache

    /ˈləɴɢks/ /ˈlɪŋks/

    Etymologie

    [ 'li[ng]k ] (noun.) 15th century. See link.

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