overload

listen to the pronunciation of overload
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} aşırı yükle

Beynim aşırı yüklenmiş. - My brain is overloaded.

Aşırı yüklenmiş güç panoları bir yangın tehlikesi olabilir. - Overloaded power boards can be a fire hazard.

{i} aşırı yük

Aşırı yüklenmiş güç panoları bir yangın tehlikesi olabilir. - Overloaded power boards can be a fire hazard.

Beynim aşırı yüklenmiş. - My brain is overloaded.

(Tıp) yüklenme
(Askeri) aşırı yüklü
{f} fazla yükle
aşırı yüklemek
{i} fazla yük
fazla çıngı kullanmak
{f} fazla doldurmak
{f} elektrik
{f} fazla yüklemek
Aşırı Yükleme
{f} -e fazla yük yüklemek; (bagaj, küfe v.b.'ne) fazla yük koymak: Don't overload him! Sırtına fazla yük koyma!
{i} fazla şarj
{i} fazla yü
fazla elektrik kullanmak
fazla yüklemek veya doldurmak
-e fazla yük yüklemek
overload point
(Bilgisayar) doyma noktası
overload point
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) aşırı yük değeri
overload protection
aşırı yük koruması
overload capacity
fazla yük kapasitesi
overload circuit breaker
fazla yük devre kesicisi
overload relay
fazla yük rölesi
overload point
asiri yuk degeri
overload relay
aşırı yük rölesi
overload springs
(Otomotiv) aşırı yük yayları
overload springs
(Otomotiv) yedek yaylar
excessive load
aşırı yük
excessive load
fazla yük
sensory overload
duyusal aşırı
work overload
iş yükü
diode overload protection
diyot aşırı yük koruması
information overload
asiri enformasyon, bilgi bombardimani
operating overload
calisirken asiri yuk
overloading
fazla yükleme
overloading
aşırı yükleme
sensory overload
(Tıp) duyusal yüklenme
sensory overload
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duyu aşırı yükü
Türkisch - Türkisch
Aşırı yüklenme
Englisch - Englisch
{f} load beyond capacity
{i} excessive load
to load excessively
to provide too much power to a circuit
An overloaded version of a function

Code an overload of the insertion operator for the Rectangle class.

{v} to load too much
An excessive load
The damage done, or the outage caused by such a load
to fail due to excessive load
to create different functions for the same name, to be used in different contexts
A load, placed on a device or facility, that is greater than the device or facility is capable of handling
Excessive electrical current in a conductor The danger is from overheating An over-current protection device interrupts circuits upon detecting overloads
A flow of electricity into conductors or devices exceeding their capacity
A keyword (such as DEFINE or SET) is said to be overloaded if its meaning has been changed Usually this will be by adding functionality, rather than by actually changing what it does
to put too much food into a worm bin that can be processed aerobically
When a transformer is overloaded, excessive heat develops, and the insulation system begins to break down out of proportion to the amount of overload Life expectancy of the transformer is greatly decreased due to heat exceeding the rating of the insulation system
The amount of resistance against which a muscle is required to work that exceeds the weight which it normally handles
To use the same name for several items in the same scope; Java methods can be overloaded
fill to excess so that function is impaired; "Fear clogged her mind"; "The story was clogged with too many details"
To load or fill to excess; to load too heavily
Overload is an increase in offered load beyond the capacity for which the unit(s) have been engineered in the switching systems
If you overload something such as a vehicle, you put more things or people into it than it was designed to carry
A condition in which a system is given too high of an input level A common cause of distortion or product failure
If a student wishes to register in a course that is full, an administrator may grant the student access, thus "overloading" the course
To run equipment or wire in excess of its normal full-load rating Back to alphabetical list
Overload is a state when a Power over LAN Enabled device requires current over the cutoff current limit The Power over LAN Hub cutoff current limit is 350mA A PD can be in overload up to a period of 100mS
An excessive load; the excess beyond a proper load
To overload someone with work, problems, or information means to give them more work, problems, or information than they can cope with
become overloaded; "The aerator overloaded
become overloaded; "The aerator overloaded"
Credit hours taught beyond a full load or during summer term by faculty or wage-rated faculty who are compensated at the University's rate of overload pay
Too great a demand for power made on a circuit
an excessive burden an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power place too much a load on; "don't overload the car" become overloaded; "The aerator overloaded
A situation in which too much information is coming too quickly for circuitry to discern and react
If you overload an electrical system, you cause too much electricity to flow through it, and so damage it
an excessive burden
an excessive burden an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
A condition where the time taken to process a frame is longer than the desired frame rate allows This causes the goal of a fixed-frame rate to be unattainable and, thus, is an undesired situation
place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
A condition where the signal levels present exceed the capabilities of a device, causing an undesirable consequence
an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power
Interference caused when an undesired signal is strong enough to force its way into the receiver and through its filtering circuits Depending on how powerful the interfering signal is, the listener may hear a distorted rendition of the signal through the speaker An overloaded receiver may also be unable to receive as well because of the automatic reduction in gain that occurs in the presence of strong signals This condition is known as "desensing" or "desense"
project responsibilities that, when added to other professional responsibilities for which a person is normally paid, constitute more than 100% time; normally not allowable by a funding source
information overload
The inability to process everything one hears and sees; the availability or supply of too much information, or a state of stress which results

But it's often hard to discern the forest for the archaeological trees, partly because archaeology is now so specialized, and also because all of us suffer from information overload about the past dumped on us by the Web, newspapers, TV specials, and all the apparatus of modern global communications.

overloaded
Simple past tense and past participle of overload
overloaded
of a word, having multiple meanings depending on context
sensory overload
Receipt of too much information or stimulation at once, leading to an inability to process the same
information overload
when someone gets too much information at one time, for example on the Internet, and becomes tired and unable to think very carefully about any of it
overloaded
of a word, to have multiple meanings depending on context
overloaded
{s} excessively loaded
overloaded
loaded too heavily
overloaded
loaded past capacity
overloaded
of a name, used for more than one variable or procedure etc; differentiated by the compiler based on context
overloading
C++ mechanism for implementing polymorphism The ability of C++ to define numerous functions that have the same name but differing argument lists and bodies
overloading
The technique of using the same name for a number of functions whose signatures differ The name is thus overloaded
overloading
In C++, the redefinition of a language element to provide for different behavior depending on context For example, the addition operator (+) could be overloaded to support concatenation of text strings In Java, using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope You can overload methods but not variables or operators
overloading
Assigning different meaning to the same name For functions and operators The overloaded meaning is selected by matching the signature (argument list) of the function call to the function declaration
overloading
(Concepts)
overloading
The practice of having a class provide different-though highly related-methods of the same name
overloading
Almost always a result of human impact, typically from filling, piling or dumping material This additional weight weakens the material that composes the slope and contributes to mass wasting events
overloading
Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope In the JavaTM programming language, you can overload methods but not variables or operators Syntactically, each overloaded method must be uniquely identifiable This is accomplished by having unique signatures for overloaded methods
overloading
In general, an identifier is said to be overloaded if it has more than one binding The different bindings must have different species In Astarte, an idenfifier that has several different species that belong to a single expectation is not called overloaded, but is called polymorphic An overloaded identifier is one that has more than one expectatation
overloading
present participle of overload
overloading
Having more than one operation in the same scope with the same name but different signatures
overloading
Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope In the Java programming language, you can overload methods but not variables or operators
overloading
Overloaded procedures and functions (in PL/SQL) or methods (in Java) have the same name but take different parameters and do similar but not identical things
overloading
Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope In the Java(TM) programming language, you can overload methods but not variables or operators
overloading
Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope In Java, you can overload methods but not variables or operators
overloading
—Using a single identifier to refer to multiple methods that differ by their parameters and/or return type
overloading
Objects often perform the same function on similar types of data For instance, we may need to be able to add both Service and Product line items to an Order object To date, we've had to implement an AddService and an AddProduct method to the Order object to make this happen With overloading we can implement an Add method for each case and allow VB to automatically call the correct one as our program runs
overloading
An object-oriented programming technique where one or more function declarations are specified for a single name in the same scope
overloading
Giving multiple meanings to the same name, but making them distinguishable by context For example, two procedures with the same name are overloading that name as long as the compiler can determine which one you mean from contextual information such as the type and number of parameters that you supply when you call it
overloading
The C++ language allows you to "overload" functions and operators Overloading is the practice of supplying more than one definition for a given function or a basic operator (+, -, =, ++, etc ) The compiler is left to pick the appropriate version of the function or operator based on the types of the arguments with which it is called The benefit of this technique is that it simplifies programming and reduces the chances of basic usage errors Instead of a confusing plethora of closely related functions, each with a different name, logically equivalent operations are grouped into a much smaller collection of "overloaded" functions and operators Overloaded operators make it possible to extend the standard C++ language in the most transparent possible way, so that existing programs can be converted simply by recompiling, with minimal source code changes
overloading
A term used in object-oriented design to refer to methods in a single class that have the same name Functions not in a particular class may also be overloaded
overloading
Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope In the Java language, you can overload methods but not variables or operators
overloading
a kind of polymorphism in programming languages involving the use of the same name to denote several different values or operations
overloading
a situation when a strong signal interferes a weaker signal by creating false signals on interfering frequencies; occurs when the receiver's dynamic range is not enough to deal with the strong signal
overloading
An identifier can have several alternative meanings at a given point in the program text: this property is called overloading For example, an overloaded enumeration literal can be an identifier that appears in the definitions of two or more enumeration types The effective meaning of an overloaded identifier is determined by the context Subprograms, aggregates, allocators, and string literals can also be overloaded
overloading
Having more than one method with the same name but different parameters When you invoke an overloaded method, Java knows which version to use by looking at the arguments you provide
overloads
plural of , overload
overloads
third-person singular of overload
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von overload im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Iron Overload Disease
(Tıp) bkz: Hemochromatosis
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