listen to the pronunciation of novelty
Englisch - Türkisch

Diğerleri yenilik ararken, bazı insanlar uygunluk tercih eder. - Some people prefer conformity, while others seek novelty.

Bir yenilik zamanla yok olur. - A novelty wears off in time.

{i} orijinallik, orijinalite, değişiklik
alışılmamış şey
yeni çıkmış şey
ıvır zıvır
novelties tuhafiye
{i} tuhaflık
{i} acayiplik
incik boncuk
novelty ratio
yenilik oranı
lose its novelty
i., çoğ. (turistik yerlerde satılan) hediyelik eşya
Englisch - Englisch
In novelty theory, newness, density of complexification, and dynamic change as opposed to static habituation
A small mass-produced trinket
A new product; an innovation

Reconciling profound enquiry with clearness, and truth with novelty.

The state of being new or novel; newness
{i} innovation; something new; discovery
{n} a new thing or state, newness
The quality of a technology that makes it new and beneficial
The novelty requirement is one of the most important checks and balances in the patent system In a nutshell, a patent cannot be granted on an invention that had already been invented by someone else Even an independent reinvention of something that can be found in the prior art is unpatentable [35 USC 102] The underlying policy is that technology that is already available to the public should not be taken away from it by the granting of exclusionary rights
The concept that the claims must be totally new The invention must never have been made public in any way, anywhere, before the date on which the application for a patent is filed
Something novel; a new or strange thing
to qualify for a patent, an invention must be "novel," e g , the invention has not been previously known or used by others, has not been described in a printed publication by the applicant, and has not been in public use or sale more than one year prior to the filing of a patent application
The concept that the claims defining an invention in a patent application must be totally new Most patent offices define this as not being revealed or publicly available anywhere in the world before the priority date but in the USA novelty is normally determined by the date of invention
These cards include mechanicals, and cards that have items attached, such as bags of salt, real hair, metal medallions, paper applique, silk, or even pennies Some novelty cards are die cut shapes or have holes in which fingers can be inserted to making the postcard figure appear to have arms, legs, or even a nose
If an application for a patent is to be granted, the invention must be novel This means that the invention must not have been publicly disclosed, anywhere in the world, before the date of filing of the patent application (or before the priority date, if the application has one)
A device containing small amounts of pyrotechnic and/or explosive composition but not falling under the category of consumer fireworks Such devices produce limited visible or audible effects Examples are snakes, tanks, poppers, and snappers
Novelty is the quality of being different, new, and unusual. In the contemporary western world, rapidly changing styles cater to a desire for novelty and individualism
a book or book-related toy either involving the use of paper engineering or diecut to an unusual shape; almost always aimed at the children's market
Novelties are cheap toys, ornaments, or other objects that are sold as presents or souvenirs. At Easter, we give them plastic eggs filled with small toys, novelties and coins
cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing
originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel
A novelty is something that is new and therefore interesting. It came from the days when a motor car was a novelty
The quality or state of being novel; newness; freshness; recentness of origin or introduction
Items for retail purchase upon which pictures can be placed such as pens, T-shirts, notepads, key chains, etc Items of MERCHANDISE
a small inexpensive mass-produced article
originality by virtue of being new and surprising
These cards include mechanicals and cards that have item attached, such as bags of salt, real hair, metal medallions, paper applique, silk, or even pennies Some novelty cards are die cut shapes or have holes in which fingers can be inserted to make the postcard figures appear to have real arms, legs, or even a nose
Novelty or whimsical jewelry is less serious than traditional jewelry styling Novelty can contain fun motifs, words, animals or icons Most novelty is designed in the pin classification
novelty theory
A pseudoscience developed by Terence McKenna that aims to describe "novelty" in the universe based on a combination of numerology and mathematics
a novelty
plural of novelty