methodical

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Englisch - Türkisch
jüyeli
düzenli

Tom düzenli olarak çalışır. - Tom works methodically.

Tom düzenli, değil mi? - Tom is methodical, isn't he?

yöntemli
metodlu,sistemli
nizamlı
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) methodik
{s} usule uygun
{s} sistemli

Tom oldukça sistemli. - Tom is quite methodical.

metodik
methodicallydüzenli olarak
munta zam
{s} yöntemli, metotlu
method
yöntem

Onun yöntemleri bilimsel değildir. - His methods are not scientific.

Çek birine para ödeme yöntemidir. - A check is a method of paying money to somebody.

method
{i} usul
method
metot

Bu metot kesin çalışacaktır. - This method is sure to work.

Son analizlerde, metotlar çocukları eğitmezler; insanlar eğitir. - In the last analysis, methods don't educate children; people do.

methodical arrangement
metodlu düzenleme
methodical approach
sistemli yaklaşım
method
metod

Tom defter tutma metodumuzu benimsedi. - Tom adopted our method of bookkeeping.

Mantık, yanlış sonuca inançla ulaşmanın sistematik bir metodudur. - Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence.

method
yordam
method
zagon
method
metodik
method
cross yöntemi
method
racon
method
teknik
method
tertip
method
sistem
method
rabıta
method
erkan
method
jüye
method
düzen

Tom düzenli, değil mi? - Tom is methodical, isn't he?

Tom düzenli olarak çalışır. - Tom works methodically.

method
yol

Tarih yazmak, geçmişten kurtulmanın bir yoludur. - Writing up history is a method of getting rid of the past.

methodically
metodlu olarak
methodically
düzenli olarak

Tom düzenli olarak çalışır. - Tom works methodically.

methodicalness
metodluluk
method
(Tıp) Usul, tarz, şekil, yöntem, metod
method
tarz
methodically
metodik olarak
methodically
(zarf) düzenli olarak
methodically
z. düzenli olarak
Englisch - Englisch
{a} ranged in order, regular, exact
{s} performed in a systematic way; orderly; conducted according to a set procedure or plan of action; thorough, fundamental
Proceeding with regard to method; systematic
characterized by method and orderliness; "a methodical scholar
in an organized manner
Of or pertaining to the ancient school of physicians called methodists
If you describe someone as methodical, you mean that they do things carefully, thoroughly, and in order. Da Vinci was methodical in his research, carefully recording his observations and theories + methodically me·thodi·cal·ly She methodically put the things into her suitcase
characterized by method and orderliness; "a methodical scholar"
Arranged with regard to method; disposed in a suitable manner, or in a manner to illustrate a subject, or to facilitate practical observation; as, the methodical arrangement of arguments; a methodical treatise
systematic
method
In object-oriented languages, a subroutine or function belonging to a class or object
method
A type of theatrical acting wherein the actor utilizes his personal emotions from personal experience to portray a scripted scene
method
A process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something
methodic
Chosen for the sake of its effect, rather than for its own sake; sometimes distinguished from real
methodic
Variant of methodical
method
{n} order, regualrity, rule, manner
methodically
{a} according to order, exactly
method
Any form of structured approach or collection of instruments, which either organizes the entire development life-cycle of an interactive product or service into distinct phases or contributes towards specific objectives of a particular phase
method
Each request contains a method The most common method is "GET", which means simply get the requested item A "HEAD" request means to get information about the item, such as size and last date modified A browser will often keep copies of items in their cache and then use a "HEAD" method to check if the item has been modified since it was put in the cache
method
The part of a class definition that implements some of the behavior of objects of the class The body of the method contains declarations of local variables and statements to implement the behavior A method receives input via its arguments, if any, and may return a result if it has not been declared as void
method
A means of acting on the world; in the discussion of the skills-learning process, a method is a sequence or pattern ofactions used to perform a task The choice of method, and its efficiency, are both necessarily influenced by subjective factors -- the personal approaches to the skill -- as well as by the objective factors or mechanics of the task at hand (See also training and education)
method
A Java function An operation defined for an object, implemented as a procedure or function in a programming language The calling sequence for a method is called a method signature A call to a method is called a method invocation
method
Marijuana
method
The study of a specific field of inquiry
method
In the context of HTTP, an action to perform on a resource, specified on the request line by the client Some of the methods available in HTTP are GET, POST, and PUT
method
A procedure (function) that acts on an object
method
A method of a class or object is a specification of behavior encapsulated by that object See Also Attribute (of a Class or Object), Class, Object
method
a routine (function) specific to a class or object
method
A process by which a task is completed; a routine
method
A programmed function Each method contained in a template processes a particular message for the view that the template defines When a view receives a message for which it has a method, the Newton executes that method Also referred to as a function in a frame slot that is invoked in response to a message Source: NUIG
method
(1) Function/procedure owned by an object Must be invoked by selecting from an object; may have additional arguments Term arises from considering that each object may have its own method for fulfilling a given task (see polymorphism) (2) Set of techniques and notations, incorporating a technical process for analysis and design; part of a methodology
method
In object-oriented programming, a procedure that can be executed by an object
method
A method of a C++ or Java class User-written methods of C++ or Java classes provide implementation of IDL operations for Web logic Enterprise distributed objects
method
A type of theatrical acting wherein the method actor utilizes his personal emotions from personal experience to portray a scripted scene
method
A procedure (In contrast to conventional programming languages, methods are a property of the class, not of the application code, and hence can be shared by many applications)
method
A method is a definition of a behavior of an object Users manipulates an object by invoking a method
method
One of the characteristics of an object and a classification of keywords in VBA Methods are the procedures that apply to an object Methods that are applicable to a class of objects are inherited by other objects of the same class and may be modified to suit the requirements of the object
method
Classification; a mode or system of classifying natural objects according to certain common characteristics; as, the method of Theophrastus; the method of Ray; the Linnæan method
method
An executable class member Consists of a signature plus a body (unless abstract) When a method is invoked on an argument list, the body is executed with each of the method's parameter names bound to its corresponding argument
method
A method is a function performed on a window or object through program coding
method
A method is a particular way of doing something. The pill is the most efficient method of birth control. new teaching methods. axiomatic method least squares method Monte Carlo method scientific method simplex method Stanislavsky method method acting
method
Orderly arrangement, elucidation, development, or classification; clear and lucid exhibition; systematic arrangement peculiar to an individual
method
Through what communication mechanism the case was initiated Available methods that can be assigned to a case are
method
A function defined in a class See also instance method, class method
method
Code that is executed to perform some service; an implementation-specific procedure which carries out some function; for example, a program, operating system command or shell script The method performs some work and returns any results or status to the originator of the request
method
An orderly procedure or process; regular manner of doing anything; hence, manner; way; mode; as, a method of teaching languages; a method of improving the mind
method
A step by step explanation of how the experiment is carried out It should be concise and have a logical sequence Anything done to improve the accuracy or reliability of measurements should be included The method is always accompanied by a diagram of the experimental set-up
method
{i} procedure, plan of action, way; manner in which one conducts business, technique; systematic arrangement of actions
method
A method is an operation or function that is associated with an object and is allowed to manipulate the object's data
method
A callable set of execution instructions Methods specify a contract, that is they have a name, a number of parameters and a return type Clients that need to call a method must satisfy the contract when calling the method There are different types of methods, such as instance and static
method
a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
method
An evaluable feature term Formally, a function that receives parameters by feature names A method term is closed when it possess all required parameters A non-closed method can be defined by refinement--this is equivalent to partial evaluation or currying Application of a non-closed method yields an error
methodic
Of or pertaining to the ancient school of physicians called methodists
methodic
Proceeding with regard to method; systematic
methodic
{s} performed in a systematic way; orderly; conducted according to a set procedure or plan of action; thorough, fundamental
methodic
Arranged with regard to method; disposed in a suitable manner, or in a manner to illustrate a subject, or to facilitate practical observation; as, the methodical arrangement of arguments; a methodical treatise
methodically
In a methodical manner; with order
methodically
in a methodical manner; "she worked methodically
methodically
in a methodical manner; systematically; orderly; according to procedure
methodically
in a methodical manner; "she worked methodically"
methodicalness
orderliness: the quality of appreciating method and system
methodicalness
The property of being methodical
methodicalness
{i} orderliness, state of being systematic
methodical
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