minute

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Englisch - Türkisch
dakika

On dakikalık bir başka yürüyüş bizi kıyıya getirdi. - Another ten minutes' walk brought us to the shore.

10 dakika içinde döneceğim. - I'll be back in ten minutes.

çok küçük
{s} önemsiz
bir saatin altmışta biri

Bir dakika bir saatin altmışta biridir. - A minute is one sixtieth of an hour.

zabıtname
küçücük
(Tiyatro) dakikalama
dikkatli
{s} minik

Minik parçacıkları çıplak gözle görmek zordur. - Minute particles are hard to see with the naked eye.

ayrıntılı
kısa süre
çok titiz
an
Toplantı tutanağı, toplantı zabiti
{f} saat tutmak
{f} tutanak tutmak
{s} dakik

İngiliz, Belçikalı ve Hollandalı bir meyhaneye girer ve tezgahta otururlar. Barmen söyler, Bir dakika bekleyin, bu bir şaka mı ne? - An Englishman, a Belgian and a Dutchman enter a pub and sit down at the counter. Says the barkeeper, Wait a minute, is this a joke or what?

İstasyondan yürüyerek eve gitmek sadece beş dakika. - Walking from the station to the house takes only five minutes.

çok ince
zabıt
{s} ufacık
minutenessçok küçük olma
inceden inceye
{s} sıkı

On beş dakika sonra sıkıldı. - She got bored after fifteen minutes.

Tom on beş dakika sonra sıkıldı. - Tom got bored after fifteen minutes.

tutanak

Bir önceki toplantının tutanakları kabul edildi. - Minutes of the previous meeting were accepted.

minute hand saat yel kovanı
{f} zabıt tutmak
minutelydikkatle
ince/küçük
not/dakika
not tut
dakika (bir derecenin tam olarak 1/60'ine eşit ve 60 saniyeye karşılık gelir)
ihtimamla
çok az
{s} çok ufak
titiz
rapor
minute hand
yelkovan
minute gun
(Askeri) merasim topu
minute quantity
küçük miktar
minute book
tutanak
minute hand
dakika kolu
minute detail
dakika detay
minute of arc
ark dakika
minute book
zabıt defteri
minute book
tutanak defteri
minute gun
(Askeri) MERASİM TOPU: Bir saygı işareti veya ölen bir şahsa saygı nişanesi olarak, muntazam fasılalarla yapılan topçu ateşi. Bu sonuncu maksatla yapıldığı zaman, atımlar arasındaki aralık bir dakikadır ve atım adedi, yürürlükteki yönetmeliğin selamlama bahsına tamamen uygun olarak tespit edilir
minute mite
peynir kurdu
mile a minute
(deyim) Çok hızlı bir şekilde
minutes
tutanak

Bir önceki toplantının tutanakları kabul edildi. - Minutes of the previous meeting were accepted.

minutes
dakika

Her on beş dakikada bir kez karıştırın. - Stir once every fifteen minutes.

10 dakika içinde döneceğim. - I'll be back in ten minutes.

minutes
dakika (lar)
minutes
kayıt
just a minute
bir dakika
last minute
son dakika

Son dakikaya kadar ev ödevimi ertelememiş olmam gerektiğini biliyordum. - I knew I shouldn't have put off doing my homework until the last minute.

Son dakikaya kadar bekledim. - I waited until the last minute.

minutely
incecik
minutely
elekten geçirmek
minuteness
parlak
minutes
(Ticaret) toplantı zabıtları
minutes
(Bilgisayar) dakika bekle
minutes
mazbata
revolution per minute
(Gıda,Otomotiv) devir/dakika
revolution per minute
dakikadaki devir sayısı
revolution per minute
dakikada devir sayısı
revolution per minute
dakikada devir adedi
wait a minute!
bir dakika!
ampere minute
amper dakika
counts/minute
sayı/dakika
lines per minute
dakikadaki satır sayısı
minutely
dikkatle
minuteness
ihtimam
talk a mile a minute
çan çan etmek
the minute
yapar yapmaz
words per minute
dakikadaki sözcük
I´ll come in a minute or two
Bir iki dakikaya kadar geleceğim
a mile a minute
(deyim) Çok hızlı bir şekilde
arc-minute
ark dakika
every minute counts
(deyim) Zamanın çok değerli olduğu ve/veya aciliyeti olan durumlarda kullanılır. "Zamanımız kıymetli, acele et!" gibisinden

Hurry up mate, every minute counts.

extremely minute; tiny
son derece dakika; küçücük
give someone a minute
(deyim) Birine (bir dakika) süre vermek ver
hang on a minute
Bir dakika bekle! Biraz bekle!
happening every minute; continuing; unceasing
her dakika oluyor; devam etmek; durmayan
just a minute
Bir saniye (bekleyin)
last-minute
Önemli bir hadise evveli son dakika
loose minute
bol dakika
minutes
zabıt
one minute
bir dakika

Bir dakika ile treni kaçırdı. - He missed the train by one minute.

Ben sadece bir dakika ile treni kaçırdım. - I missed the train by only one minute.

single minute exchange of die
ölmek tek dakika değişimi
take a minute
bir dakikanı ayır
talk a mile a minute
can can etmmek
talk a mile a minute
Hızlı konuşmak, çok konuşmak
this minute
Bu dakika
up to the minute
kadar dakika
Office of Personnel Management; operations per minute
(Askeri) Personel İdare Bürosu; harekat / dakika
Revolutions Per Minute
devir sayısı
Revolutions Per Minute
dakikadaki devir sayısı
a minute
ufacık tefecik tiny, diminutive, pint-sized, no bigger than
cheap time end minute
(Bilgisayar) indirimli tarife son dakikası
cubic feet per minute
(Askeri) ft3/dk
gallons per minute
(Askeri) DAKİKADA GALON
gallons per minute
(Askeri) gallon/dakika
how much per minute
dakika ücreti ne kadar
i have not a minute to spare
kaybedecek hiç vaktim yok
i'll come in a minute
Bir iki dakikaya kadar geleceğim
it will be about a ten minute wait
on dakika beklemeniz gerekebilir
it's about a five minute walk
yürüyerek beş dakika tutar
keep minute of silence
saygı duruşunda bulunmak
minute hand
saat yelkovanı
minutely
inceden inceye
minutely
özenle
minutely
titizlikle/ufak yönlerle
minuteness
ufacık olma
minuteness
(isim) ufacık olma
official minute book
kararname defteri
per minute
dakika başına
revolutions per minute
(Askeri) DAKİKADA DEVİR ADEDİ
revs per minute
dakikadaki devir sayısı
revs per minute
devir sayısı
the minute hand
saat yelkovanı
to the very minute
dakikası dakikasına
until the last minute
yumurta kapıya dayanamadan
until the very last minute
(deyim) son dakikaya kadar
up to the minute
son haberleri bilen
up to the minute
son modayı izleyen
up to the minute
son gelişmelerden haberdar
verification minute
(Ticaret) inceleme tutanağı
words per minute
(Askeri) dakika başına kelime
write a minute
tutanak tutmak
write to minute
tutanağa geçirmek
Englisch - Englisch
(in plural minutes) A (usually formal) written record of a meeting

Let’s look at the minutes of last week’s meeting.

A minute of use of a telephone or other network, especially a cell phone network

If you buy this phone, you’ll get 100 free minutes.

Very small

They found only minute quantities of chemical residue on his clothing.

A unit of time equal to sixty seconds and one-sixtieth of an hour

You have twenty minutes to complete the test.

Of an event, to write in a memo or the minutes of a meeting

Mr. Klingstadt, chief Auditor of the Admiralty of that city, sent for and examined them very particularly concerning the events which had befallen them; minuting down their answers in writing, with an intention of publishing himself an account of their extraordinary adventures.

A unit of angle equal to one-sixtieth of a degree

We need to be sure these maps are accurate to within one minute of arc.

A short but unspecified time period

Wait a minute, I’m not ready yet!.

very careful and exact, giving small details
exceedingly small in extent or quantity
{v} to set down in short lines, to note
{n} 6th part of an hour, a short abstract
{a} small, little, trifling, exact, nice
extremely small

a minute fraction of an inch.

Of or pertaining to a minute or minutes; occurring at or marking successive minutes
characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination; "a minute inspection of the grounds"; "a narrow scrutiny"; "an exact and minute report
The memorandum; a record; a note to preserve the memory of anything; as, to take minutes of a contract; to take minutes of a conversation or debate
a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour; "he ran a 4 minute mile"
An integer from 0 to 59 This argument is optional
the 60th part of a degree
A point of time; a moment
Attentive to small things; paying attention to details; critical; particular; precise; as, a minute observer; minute observation
To set down a short sketch or note of; to jot down; to make a minute or a brief summary of
a short note; "the secretary keeps the minutes of the meeting"
infinitely or immeasurably small; "two minute whiplike threads of protoplasm"; "reduced to a microscopic scale"
30 m
A nautical or a geographic mile
Very small; little; tiny; fine; slight; slender; inconsiderable
{s} tiny, extremely small; trivial, petty; specific; accurate, precise
a particular point in time; "the moment he arrived the party began"
A fixed part of a module
A very small part of anything, or anything very small; a jot; a tittle
measure used for small amounts of time -- "After how many minutes in the microwave should the pasta be stirred?" (226)
an indefinitely short time; "wait just a moment"; "it only takes a minute"; "in just a bit"
{f} record the proceedings of a meeting; make a memorandum
One degree may be divided into 60 minutes Therefore, there are 360 x 60 = 21,600 arc minutes in a circle
A unit of measure for relatively small angles that are equal to 1/60 of a degree
{s} of a minute or minutes; occurring in a minute; instant
A coin; a half farthing
A (usually formal) written record of a meeting
Mainframe equivalent of a month ("I haven;t had this much fun in minutes!") RB: 1
as, 4 h
A unit of time One minute equals 60 seconds (Time may also be designated by means of superscripts, as in 9m30x, where there otherwise will be no confusion with abbreviations )
immeasurably small
{i} unit of time equal to 60 seconds, 1/60 of an hour; moment, unspecified short amount of time; memo, protocol, memorandum
a unit of angular distance equal to a 60th of a degree a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour; "he ran a 4 minute mile"
distance measured by the time taken to cover it; "we live an hour from the airport"; "its just 10 minutes away"
characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination; "a minute inspection of the grounds"; "a narrow scrutiny"; "an exact and minute report"
a short note; "the secretary keeps the minutes of the meeting" a unit of angular distance equal to a 60th of a degree a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour; "he ran a 4 minute mile" characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination; "a minute inspection of the grounds"; "a narrow scrutiny"; "an exact and minute report
) The sixtieth part of a degree; sixty seconds (Marked thus (′); as, 10° 20′)
The sixtieth part of an hour; sixty seconds
a unit of angular distance equal to a 60th of a degree
Abbrev
minim
minute hand
The hand of a clock or watch face that revolves once each hour and indicates the minutes
minute hands
plural form of minute hand
minute of angle
An angle, one sixtieth (1/60th) of a degree, used by shooters as a measurement of accuracy. One minute of angle is roughly equal to 1 inch at 100 yards distance
minute of arc
An angle, one sixtieth (1/60th) of a degree
minute repeater
a device, in a watch, in which the current time is announced by means of a combination of sounds that represent the hour, quarter hour, and minute; usually activated by a button
minute 1
People often use expressions such as wait a minute or just a minute when they want to stop you doing or saying something. Wait a minute, folks, something is wrong here Hey, just a minute! = hang on
minute 1
When someone minutes something that is discussed or decided at a meeting, they make a written record of it. You don't need to minute that. see also up-to-the-minute
minute 1
The minutes of a meeting are the written records of the things that are discussed or decided at it. He'd been reading the minutes of the last meeting
minute 1
A minute is one of the sixty parts that an hour is divided into. People often say `a minute' or `minutes' when they mean a short length of time. The pizza will then take about twenty minutes to cook Bye Mum, see you in a minute Within minutes we realized our mistake
minute 1
emphasis If you say that something will or may happen at any minute or any minute now, you are emphasizing that it is likely to happen very soon. It looked as though it might rain at any minute Any minute now, that phone is going to ring
minute 1
A last-minute action is one that is done at the latest time possible. She was doing some last-minute revision for her exams He will probably wait until the last minute
minute 1
emphasis If you say that something must be done this minute, you are emphasizing that it must be done immediately. Anna, stop that. Sit down this minute. = now, immediately
minute 1
emphasis If you say that you do not believe for a minute or for one minute that something is true, you are emphasizing that you do not believe that it is true. I don't believe for one minute she would have been scared = for a moment
minute 1
emphasis If you say that something happens the minute something else happens, you are emphasizing that it happens immediately after the other thing. The minute you do this, you'll lose control
minute 1
emphasis You use the expression the next minute or expressions such as `one minute he was there, the next he was gone' to emphasize that something happens suddenly. The next minute my father came in Jobs are there one minute, gone the next. = the next moment
minute 2
If you say that something is minute, you mean that it is very small. Only a minute amount is needed The party was planned in the minutest detail. = tiny
minute book
book in which the schedules for official company meetings and assemblies are written
minute book
An official book or equivalent file kept by the clerk for the purpose of recording the actions and decisions of the court (i e , the minutes of the court) The court speaks only through its signed (by the trial judge) minutes and no orders, judgment, or decree is effective for any purpose until it is spread upon the minutes The minutes must include proper captions to establish the jurisdiction of the court, and must be signed by the trial judge
minute book
A document consisting of the condensed daily floor actions of the Senate, committee reports, and referrals
minute book
A binder or book containing corporate records, documents, registers and resolutions of the corporation All corporations must maintain an up-to-date minute book pursuant to statute
minute book
A book maintained by the courtroom deputy (bailiff), which contains minute entries of all hearings and trial conducted by the judge
minute book
a book in which minutes have been written
minute book
A book maintained in state court that contains minute entries of all hearings and trial conducted by the judge
minute book
(1) A record of the proceedings of either House that contains a brief outline of proceedings as they occur The minute book is used to prepare the Journal (2) A committee record in the form of notes or brief summary of the committee's proceedings
minute gun
(military) gun that is discharged once every minute (usually as part of a military funeral)
minute hand
larger hand on the clock that indicates the minutes
minute hand
points to the minutes
minute hand
the long thin piece of metal that points to the minutes on a clock or watch hour hand
minute steak
a thin steak that can be cooked quickly
minute steak
steak that can be prepared very quickly
mile a minute
(deyim) Very fast. (*Typically: go ~; move ~; talk ~; travel ~.)
New York minute
An instant; a very short time
just a minute
Only one minute; a passage of time 60 seconds in duration
just a minute
A short period of time, typically anywhere from several seconds to several minutes or more
just a minute
Stop; wait. Used to indicate that the speaker wishes the previous speaker or the proceedings to stop so that he or she can comment on what has been said or has happened so far
last minute
Very close to a deadline

That last minute revision really paid off in the exam!.

last minute
An arbitrary (non-specific) point in time, too close to a deadline to reasonably begin a critical task

I like to do everything at the last minute. It does tend to make me late for things, though.

last-minute
Just before too late, in the nick of time

He got there at the last-minute, but he arrived before they closed.

laugh a minute
A funny thing or person
minutely
On a minute scale
minutely
With attention to tiny details
minutes
plural form of minute
minutes
The official notes kept during a meeting
not a minute too soon
at the last possible moment; just in time
one-minute warning
In the AFL, a warning given with one minute to go before the end of a half, after which special rules apply, eg, stoppage of the game clock after very first down
talk a mile a minute
to speak quickly or excessively

They spent the whole visit talking a mile a minute and then went home and phoned each other!.

there's a sucker born every minute
There are a great number of fools in the world, and there always be
three-minute warning
A timeout and warning given to the coaches with three minutes to go before the end of each half; after this point, the clock stops at the end of every play. Analogous to the two-minute warning of American football
twenty-minute egg
A very hard-boiled person

'A stinker?'No, he said, it wasn't a stinker.'A tough baby?''No.''A twenty-minute egg?''That was it, sir. Mr Runkle is a twenty-minute egg.'.

two-minute silence
a mark of respect in which all normal activity ceases and people stand in silent thought for two minutes; held regularly at 11 am on Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, and on other occasions, to remember the dead

Note: one- and three-minute silences are relatively uncommon.

two-minute silences
plural form of two-minute silence
two-minute warning
In the NFL, a timeout and warning given to the coaches with two minutes to go before the end of each half
up-to-the-minute
modern, contemporary

She was wearing up-to-the-minute fashion.

up-to-the-minute
including the very latest information

An up-to-the-minute news report.

yester-minute
The very recent past; minutes ago
just a minute
hold on, just a moment
minutely
{a} to a small point, exactly, nicely
minutely
{a} done every minute, short
minuteness
{n} smallness, exactness, carefulness
Revolutions per minute
Revolutions per minute (abbreviated rpm, RPM, r/min, or r·min−1) is a measure of the frequency of a rotation. It annotates the number of full rotations completed in one minute around a fixed axis. It is used as a measure of rotational speed of a mechanical component
a mile a minute
(deyim) Very fast. (*Typically: go ~; move ~; talk ~; travel ~.)
just a minute
Used to ask sb to wait for a short time
talk a mile a minute
(deyim) Speak quickly or excessively
New York minute
An extremely short period of time: "If we could find that would work as well, we'd do it in a New York minute" (Jonathan Golden)
Pages Per Minute
inexact unit of measurement which estimates the printing speed of a printer, PPM
Revolutions Per Minute
number of times that a something revolves in the space of a minute
ampere-minute
a unit of charge equal to 60 coulombs
at the last minute
during the final moment
beats per minute
the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring in 60 seconds
count per minute
frequency per minute
cubic feet per minute
CFM An airflow measurement of volume (099)
cubic feet per minute
is a standard measurement of airflow that indicates how many cubic feet of air pass by a stationary point in one minute
cubic feet per minute
A measure of the volume of a substance flowing through air within a fixed period of time With regard to indoor air, refers to the amount of air, in cubic feet, that is exchanged with indoor air in a minute's time, i e , the air exchange rate
four-minute man
someone who has run the mile is less that 4 minutes
half a minute
period of 30 seconds
hang on a minute!
wait for a moment!
in a New York minute
right away, immediately
in a minute
in a moment, shortly
last-minute
just before a deadline; at the last minute; "last-minute arrangements
last-minute
see minute. happening or done as late as possible before something else happens
last-minute decision
decision made at the last possible moment
last-minute touch
final repair, change made when there is little time left
light minute
the distance light travels in a vacuum in one minute; approximately 18 million kilometers
lines per minute
lpm, measure of the speed of a computer printer or scanner
minuted
past of minute
minutely
Happening every minute; continuing; unceasing
minutely
You use minutely to indicate that something is done in great detail. The metal is then minutely examined to ensure there are no cracks
minutely
At intervals of a minute; very often and regularly
minutely
meticulously, exactingly, scrupulously, diligently, thoroughly, in detail
minutely
In a minute manner; with minuteness; exactly; nicely
minutely
You use minutely to indicate that the size or extent of something is very small. The benefit of an x-ray far outweighs the minutely increased risk of cancer
minutely
in minute detail; "our inability to see everything minutely and clearly is due merely to the infirmity of our senses
minutely
in minute detail; "our inability to see everything minutely and clearly is due merely to the infirmity of our senses"
minuteness
{i} tininess; detailed aspect; triviality; precision
minuteness
The property of being minute
minuteness
The quality of being minute
minuteness
the property of being very small in size
minuter
comparative of minute
minutes
An accurate record of the proceedings (see Daily Journal)
minutes
An accurate record of the proceedings (See Journal)
minutes
Written records of formal proceedings of stockholders and directors meetings
minutes
Memoranda or notes of a transaction or proceeding A memorandum of what takes place in the court, made by the attorney of the court
minutes
Minutes of the Legislative Council for wach sitting day
minutes
- Official records of proceedings kept for all Quaker business meetings (preparative, monthly, quarterly, and yearly meetings), along with their committees
minutes
A chronological record of the proceedings of and actions taken at a meeting
minutes
{i} notes of the proceedings of a meeting, protocol
minutes
The corporate minutes are the written record of transactions taken or authorized by the board of directors or shareholders These are usually kept in the corporate minute book in diary fashion
minutes
a written account of what transpired at a meeting
minutes
The official (permanent) record of a court proceeding; e g , what witnesses appeared, what motions were made, and what findings were reached (see Transcripts)
minutes
A written record which details the events of the corporation These records should be kept in the corporation's, or LLC's record book
minutes
A record of what the group did or accomplished at a meeting; should reflect who attended the meeting, what content was discussed, what was decided, who agreed to take on what responsibilities, and what the group plans to do next; usually taken by the group's secretary
minutes
The written record of proceedings of a deliberative body
minutes
min

I am afraid your watch is two minutes slow. - I'm afraid your watch is two minutes slow.

Please wait for five minutes. - Please wait five minutes.

minutes
The record of the proceedings of a meeting of shareholders or board of directors, usually prepared and signed by the corporate secretary
minutes
A record of what takes place in court
minutes
Memorandum of a transaction or proceeding
minutes
A written record detailing the proceedings of a shareholders or directors meeting
minutes
A written record of the proceedings of a committee By Oregon statute, the official record of a meeting is the tape recording of its proceedings; the written record accompanying it serves as an index to the contents of the tapes
minutes
A written record of memoranda or notes which detail the events of the corporation and it acts and transactions These records should be kept in the corporation's record book
minutes
official record of proceedings of a meeting
minutes
A written record which details the events of the corporation These records should be kept in the corporation's or LLC's record book
minutes
Project minutes are a concise collection of resolutions, action items, and issues that promote accountability The resolution and action items each have a completion date and the name of the person responsible
minutes
Meeting Minutes are actually legal documents that are supposed to be kept and approved for every HOA meeting They are to be made available to any member of a HOA who wishes to see them during normal business hours of operation at the HOA main office The right to inspect the minutes also included the right to copy them
minutes
Memoranda or notes of a proceeding [SAA]
minutest
Smallest, littlest, tinyest
minuting
present participle of minute
revolutions per minute
rate of revolution of a motor; "the engine was doing 6000 revs
single minute exchange of die
(Ticaret) (SMED) The goal of reducing setup times to under ten minutes
the minute
the moment that -, right away once -
the minute that
the moment that -, right away once
there's one born every minute
there are plenty of suckers in the world, there will always be enough naive people that others can cheat or take advantage of
to the minute
exactly, precisely
up to the minute
updated, up to date
up-to-the-minute
Up-to-the-minute information is the latest information that you can get about something. 24 hours a day up-to-the-minute instant news Computers give them up-to-the-minute information on sales and stocks
up-to-the-minute
up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date; "the news is up-to-the-minute"; "the very latest scientific discoveries
verb minute 3
to make an official note of something in the record of a meeting
words per minute
the rate at which words are produced (as in speaking or typing)
words per minute
wpm, number of words done in the period of one minute (i.e. typed, read, or written words)
minute
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