mute

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} sessiz
dilsiz

Ben yemek yerken sağır ve dilsizim. - I'm deaf and mute while I'm eating.

O kör sağır ve dilsizdi. - She was blind, deaf, and mute.

(Muzik) ses kısmaya yarayan araç
(harf) okunmayan
{f} sesi boğ
azaltmak
sesini kısmak
{s} suskun
{i} okunmayan harf
{f} yumuşatmak
deaf mute hem sağır hem dilsiz kimse
çalgılarda sesi kısma tertibatı
mutelysessizce
{f} surdin ile kısmak
mutenesssuskunluk
{i} surdin
{i} ses kısma düzeni (çalgı)
sağır ses
susmuş olarak
(Tıp) Bakınız: Dumb
dilsiz,v. sesi boğ: adj.sessiz
kendini savunmayan i
azal
{i} dilsiz kimse
sesi boğmak
sessizlik
mute swan
kuğu
mute shot
sessiz çekim
mute all
(Bilgisayar) tümü sessiz
mute led
(Bilgisayar) sessiz ışığı
mute microphone
(Bilgisayar) mikrofonu sustur
mute microphone
(Bilgisayar) mikrofon sesini kapat
mute shooting
(Sinema) sessiz çevirim
mute speaker
(Bilgisayar) hoparlör sesini kapat
mute speaker
(Bilgisayar) hoparlörü sustur
deaf mute
ahraz
host audio mute
(Bilgisayar) ana makine sessiz
host audio mute
(Bilgisayar) ana ses sessiz
muted
sesi boğulmuş
muted
yumuşatılmış
muteness
suskunluk
muteness
terslik
muting
(Otomotiv) sessiz
muting
(Otomotiv) ses kesme
record mute
(Bilgisayar) kayıt sessiz
as mute as
kadar sessiz
deaf-mute
sağır-dilsiz

Sağır-dilsiz insanlar işaret dili kullanarak konuşurlar. - Deaf-mute people talk using sign language.

deaf-mute
sağır-dilsiz kimse
muted
(ses/renk) yumuşatılmış
muted
{f} sesi boğ
mutely
sessizce
as mute as
gibi sessiz
muted
{s} sağır
mutes
Keser sesini
muting
kısma
auxiliary mute
(Bilgisayar) auxiliary sessiz
beep mute
(Bilgisayar) bip sessiz
center mute
(Bilgisayar) orta ses kesme
compact disc mute
(Bilgisayar) optik disk sessiz
deaf mute
sağır dilsiz,sağır ve dilsiz
deaf mute
sağır dilsiz
deaf mute
sağır ve dilsiz kimse
front mute
(Bilgisayar) ön sessiz
line in mute
(Bilgisayar) hat sessiz
master mute
(Bilgisayar) ana sessiz
microphone mute
(Bilgisayar) mikrofon sessiz
midi input mute
(Bilgisayar) mıdı girişi sessiz
midi mute
(Bilgisayar) mıdı sessiz
mono mix mute
(Bilgisayar) mono kar sessiz
mono mute
(Bilgisayar) mono sessiz
mono out mute
(Bilgisayar) mono çıkış sessiz
muted
{s} sessiz
muted
dışkıla/kıs
muted
yumuşamış
mutely
(zarf) sessizce
muteness
dilsizlik
muteness
sessizlik
muting
susturma
phonein mute
(Bilgisayar) telefon girişi sessiz
play mute
(Bilgisayar) sessiz çal
stereo mix mute
(Bilgisayar) stereo kar sessiz
synth mute
(Bilgisayar) brleş sessiz
video mute
(Bilgisayar) video sessiz
wave mute
(Bilgisayar) dalga sessiz
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von mute im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

MUTE HARBİ
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mute, Şam'a bağlı, Kudüs'e iki konak mesafede bir yerdi. Mute harbi müslümanlarla Rumlar arasında vuku bulan muharebelerin başlangıcıdır. Sebebi de Peygamber'in elçisinin öldürülmesidir. Resul-ü Ekrem Busrâ emiri Şürahbil bin Amr'e, ashâbından Hâris bin Umeyr ile bir mektub göndererek İslâma dâvet etmişti. Hâris, Mute'den geçerken Şürahbil'e tesadüf edip, elçi olduğunu bildirdi. Bunun üzerine Şürahbil, Haris'i küstahça öldürdü. Şimdiye kadar Resul-ü Ekrem'in elçilerinden hiç birisinin hayatına taarruz edil
Englisch - Englisch
Not having the power of speech
An undertaker's assistant
An object for dulling the sound of an instrument, especially a brass instrument, or damper for pianoforte; a sordine
One refusing to speak
In falconry, a mute is a hawk's or falcon's droppings, particularly more solid ones which fall down. (See slice.)
In wine making, mute, from the French, is the grape juice from pressed grapes kept aside in chilled stainless steel tanks and used at later stages of wine making by adding to the dry wine base to achieve the desired residual sugar level in the final product. (Usually spelled "muté " in this case and pronounced "mju: te".)
To silence, to make quiet
The deadening of an appliance's or musical instrument's volume
Silent; not making a sound

The heathens have broken into Thy Temple, and Thou art silent! Esau mocks Thy Children, and Thou remainest mute! Show thyself, arise, and let Thy Voice resound, Thou mutest among all the mute!”.

An acting part where no speaking (and in opera, no singing) is required
A person who does not have the power of speech
To turn off the sound of

Please mute the music while I make a call.

{v} to dung as birds, void, discharge
{a} dumb, speechless, silent, not speaking
{n} one silent, a letter without a found, dung
To eject the contents of the bowels; said of birds
Temporarily turning off an operator which prevents it from affecting the objects on which it is applied All operators can be muted This can be useful for improving the speed of interaction in large scenes, or to make other selections and adjustments See also Freeze
A small device inserted into the bell of a brass instrument to alter the timbre of the sound produced
Someone who is mute is silent for a particular reason and does not speak. He was mute, distant, and indifferent Mute is also an adverb. He could watch her standing mute by the phone + mutely mute·ly I crouched by him and grasped his hand, mutely offering what comfort I could
In falconry, a mute is a hawks or falcons droppings
Mute means "silent" or "to silence" It is used when you want to silence some channels while listening to others
a deaf person who is unable to speak
One who does not speak, whether from physical inability, unwillingness, or other cause
Not uttered; unpronounced; silent; also, produced by complete closure of the mouth organs which interrupt the passage of breath; said of certain letters
To turn off or silence an audio signal In wireless, sometimes used to indicate the squelched condition for a receiver Back to top Neodymium A rare metallic element that can be made into particularly strong magnets Superior to the magnetic materials more commonly used in dynamic microphones
a device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument a deaf person who is unable to speak expressed without speech; especially because words would be inappropriate or inadequate; "a mute appeal"; "a silent curse"; "best grief is tongueless"- Emily Dickinson; "the words stopped at her lips unsounded"; "unspoken grief"; "choking exasperation and wordless shame"- Thomas Wolfe lacking power of speech
Not speaking; uttering no sound; silent
The deadening of an appliances or musical instruments volume
Not giving a ringing sound when struck; said of a metal
A person whose part in a play does not require him to speak
expressed without speech; especially because words would be inappropriate or inadequate; "a mute appeal"; "a silent curse"; "best grief is tongueless"- Emily Dickinson; "the words stopped at her lips unsounded"; "unspoken grief"; "choking exasperation and wordless shame"- Thomas Wolfe
If you mute a noise or sound, you lower its volume or make it less distinct. They begin to mute their voices, not be as assertive + muted mut·ed `Yes,' he muttered, his voice so muted I hardly heard his reply
{f} make quieter, reduce the loudness of; make less bright, reduce the intensity of
A little utensil made of brass, ivory, or other material, so formed that it can be fixed in an erect position on the bridge of a violin, or similar instrument, in order to deaden or soften the tone
a device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument
A person employed by undertakers at a funeral
In wine making, mute, from the French, is the grape juice from pressed grapes kept aside in chilled stainless steel tanks and used at later stages of wine making by adding to the dry wine base to achieve the desired residual sugar level in the final product. (Usually spelled "muté " in this case and pronounced "mju: te".)"
An undertakers assistant
A letter which represents no sound; a silent letter; also, a close articulation; an element of speech formed by a position of the mouth organs which stops the passage of the breath; as, p, b, d, k, t
Someone who is mute is unable to speak. Marianna, the duke's daughter, became mute after a shock
(Same as Rubber Silencer)
Participants may mute and un-mute their own line during a conference call simply by pressing *6 (star-six) on their phone Don't let noisy mobile phones detract from your conference call, have them press *6 to mute
A feature which silences the telephone's microphone to allow private conversations without disconnecting the call
A term for the stopping of sound from the speakers It is like a mute person that cannot talk
ADJECTIVE: Unable to speak, dumb-struck In reference to people who are unable to speak, mute and deaf-mute are now often considered objectionable The offense is due not only to the bluntness of these terms but also to the implication that a person who is incapable of oral speech is necessarily deprived of the use of language In fact, many deaf people today communicate naturally and fully through the use of a sign language such as ASL, and no one who has witnessed such a conversation would ever think to call the participants mute Mute was the most common way of describing a deaf person in the nineteenth century
{i} one who cannot speak, person who does not utter any noise, dumb; device which temporarily silences the sound on a telephone or television
Incapable of speaking; dumb
This feature allows privacy by cutting off the sound to the other party on the phone without disconnecting the call
The dung of birds
hawk droppings
A sequencer command to turn off specified tracks Reason: So you can listen exclusively to one track
a device to reduce the volume of an instrument and/or modify its tone
A device used to dampen or soften the sound of certain instruments Search Google com for Mute
(of a person) Not having the power of speech
If someone mutes something such as their feelings or their activities, they reduce the strength or intensity of them. The corruption does not seem to have muted the country's prolonged economic boom. + muted mut·ed The threat contrasted starkly with his administration's previous muted criticism
{s} silent, not making a sound; having no sound, noiseless; unable to speak; unspoken, not expressed in words; not pronounced (as of a letter in a word)
A device that is fitted to an instrument to soften or otherwise alter its tone This may be an object placed inside the bell of a brass instrument, or on the bridge of a stringed instrument
unable to speak because of hereditary deafness
Among the Turks, an officer or attendant who is selected for his place because he can not speak
To turn off or silence an audio signal In wireless, sometimes used to indicate the squelched condition for a receiver
To cast off; to molt
Lack of speech See also: elective mutism
One who, from deafness, either congenital or from early life, is unable to use articulate language; a deaf-mute
A sequencer command to turn off specified tracks Reason: So you can listen exclusively to one track [See also: SOLO ]
lacking power of speech
Silent
deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
See 5th Mute, 2
mute cancel
A postal cancellation that does not state any location or date, used in wartime to prevent the enemy gathering information about troop movements from captured mail
mute e
an unpronounced letter e at the end of a word; such as excite or glue
mute h
In the French language usage of the letter h at the start of a word which allows liaison with a preceding consonant

The French word homme (man) begins by a mute h. Consequently we can say l'homme IPA: /l‿ɔm/ and les hommes IPA: /le‿zɔm/, but never IPA: /lə ɔm/ and IPA: /le ɔm/, like we do with the aspirated h.

mute point
Common misspelling of moot point
mute swan
a white swan, Cygnus olor, found throughout Europe and much of Asia, having a distinctive orange bill with a black tip; it is not actually mute, but is not very vocal
mute swans
plural form of mute swan
mute as a fish
silent like a fish, making no sound at all
mute swan
A white swan (Cygnus olor) native to Europe and Asia and widely introduced elsewhere, having an orange bill with a black knob at the base and being much less vocal than most swans
mute swan
soundless Eurasian swan; commonly domesticated
I'm mute
Indicates that the speaker suffers from muteness
deaf-mute
Unable to hear or speak
deaf-mute
A person who is unable to hear or speak
muter
Something that mutes sound

The violinist often uses a muter when she practices.

mutest
Superlative form of mute
mutest
second-person singular form of to mute
plunger mute
originally the rubber suction cup from a plumber's plunger, a mute for brass instruments, which can be held close to the bell to suppress the sound, or moved further away for a more open sound
mutely
{a} dumbly, silently, without speaking
deaf mute
one who cannot hear nor speak, person who cannot speak
deaf mute
someone who is unable to hear or speak
deaf-mute
a deaf person who is unable to speak
deaf-mute
A deaf-mute is someone who cannot hear or speak. This word could cause offence
deaf-mute
lacking the sense of hearing and the ability to speak
muted
being or made softer or less loud or clear; "the dull boom of distant breaking waves"; "muffled drums"; "the muffled noises of the street"; "muted trumpets"
muted
in a softened tone; "hushed voices"; "muted trumpets"; "a subdued whisper"; "a quiet reprimand"
muted
past of mute
muted
Muted colours are soft and gentle, not bright and strong. He likes sombre, muted colours -- she likes bright colours
mutely
without speaking; "he sat mutely next to her
mutely
without noise, quietly, silently, soundlessly
mutely
In a mute manner
mutely
Without uttering words or sounds; in a mute manner; silently
mutely
without speaking; "he sat mutely next to her"
muteness
a refusal to speak when expected; "his silence about my contribution was surprising
muteness
The quality or state of being mute; speechlessness
muteness
a refusal to speak when expected; "his silence about my contribution was surprising"
muteness
{i} condition of being mute; silence, quietness
muteness
The characteristic of being mute
muting
Dung of birds
muting
To greatly decrease the volume level Many receivers and pre-amplifiers have a muting control which allows the volume level to be cut way down without changing the master volume control Great for when the phone rings
muting
Temporarily disables the safety devices to enable i e the introduction of material in a dangerous working area without interrupting the machine operation
muting
Command to prevent seeing that user's chat text anymore until they re-enter AW
muting
using the technology available in a virtual world to cause an offensive player's words to not be visible to other participants Usually done by Wizards or Oracles
muting
present participle of mute
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von mute im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

voice mute
(Bilgisayar) voice mute
mute
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