packets

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Bilgisayar) paket

Babam mutlaka her gün dört şişe bira içerdi ve dört paket sigara içerdi. - My father used to drink 4 bottles of beer and smoke 4 packets of cigarettes every day without fail.

packet
paket

Yakında değerli bir paket alacaksınız. - Soon you are going to receive a valuable packet.

Emily bir paket cips satın aldı. - Emily bought a packet of crisps.

seed packets
(Bilgisayar) tohum paketleri
packet
TCP/Ip Protocolunde dolayısıyla internette dökümanlar minik data paketçiklerine bölünerek gönderilir
packet
ceza alma
dropped packets
(Bilgisayar) bırakılan paketler
dropped packets
(Bilgisayar) bırakılan paket
packet
{i} sorun
packet
bir yığın para
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yaralanma
packet
ambalajlamak
packet
bohça
packet
çıkın
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paketlemek
packet
belirli günlerde yola çıkan posta gemisi
packet
(Askeri) ÖZEL GÖREV GRUBU: Belirli bir görev yeri için benzeri şekilde eğitilmiş ve seçilmiş personel grubu
sent packets
(Bilgisayar) gönderilen paketler
zip packets/sec
(Bilgisayar) zıp paketi/sn
Englisch - Englisch
Postal Definition of a package with any one dimension not more than 600mm and a maximum of all 3 dimensions added together of 900mm
third-person singular of packet
A piece of a message transmitted over a packet-switching network One of the key features of a packet is that it contains the destination address in addition to the data In IP networks, packets are often called datagrams (Added: 10/5/99)
Messages computers send to one another
information sent out by route in pieces
plural of , packet
Segments of data bundled together for efficient digital transmission
The data stream is responsible for providing the access card with all the information necessary to make an informed decision on whether or not to generate that key The hex code in the data stream is really just a series of something called packets A packet is a collection of hex code that when placed together results in a function, or "instruction" to the access card For example, when DirecTV wishes to set a Blackout for a Sporting Event, it sends the command within a packet in the data stream The access card processes the packet, and sets the Blackout accordingly By analyzing the various packets sent down, experts can express in plain English what exactly is going on In rare occasions, packet analysis can actually predict future actions of DirecTV, or at least be used to formulate predictions
data processed by protocols so it can be sent across a network
Data is sent over the Internet in the form of limited-size "packets", each one tagged with "source" and "destination" network addresses Each packet is independently routed over the Internet When it takes many packets to make up a complete message, a protocol known as "TCP" is generally used TCP reassembles all packets in the correct order at the destination, and resends any which are missing or received incorrectly
Standard unit(s) of data sent across the Internet When sending or requesting data, it is broken up into packets which are routed back together again at the destination and are placed back in their original order
When data is transmitted through networks, it is often broken up into small ``packets'' (localized in time) rather than being sent as a continuous byte stream This allows multiple transmissions to share the same line, and also facilitates error detection
Means of dividing up and structuring information in a computer message for reliable Internet transmission to the correct address
Pieces of data divided up for transit Packets contain information about the computer that sent the data and where the data is going If a packet runs into a problem in transit, it can attempt to find another route When all the packets arrive at their destination, the recipient computer reassembles them
Small fragments of a file being transferred across the internet, each labelled with the destination address
packet
To make up into a packet or bundle
packet
To send in a packet or dispatch vessel
packet
A small fragment of data as transmitted on some types of network, notably Ethernet networks
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Originally, a vessel employed by government to convey dispatches or mails; hence, a vessel employed in conveying dispatches, mails, passengers, and goods, and having fixed days of sailing; a mail boat. Packet boat, ship, vessel
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To ply with a packet or dispatch boat
packet
A small pack or package; a little bundle or parcel; as, a packet of letters, a packet of crisps, a packet of biscuits
packet
A specimen envelope containing small, dried plants or containing parts of plants when attached to a larger sheet

With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get.

wave packets
plural form of wave packet
packet
a bundle, as of letters
packet
{v} to ply with a packet, put up in a bundle
packet
{n} a small pack, a parcel of letters, a vessel for despatches; in America, a coasting vessel for passengers
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A piece of a message transmitted over a packet-switching network See under packet switching One of the key features of a packet is that it contains the destination address in addition to the data In IP networks, packets are often called datagrams
packet
a small package or bundle
packet
a small package or bundle (computer science) a message or message fragment
packet
a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
packet
A small pack or package; a little bundle or parcel; as, a packet of letters
packet
A unit of transmission in data communications The TCP/IP protocol breaks large data files into smaller chunks for sending over a network so that less data will have to be re-transmitted if errors occur
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A chunk of information sent over a network Each packet contains the destination address, the sender's address, error-control information, and data
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You can refer to a lot of money as a packet. It'll cost you a packet = fortune see also pay packet, wage packet
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A packet is a small container in which a quantity of something is sold. Packets are either small boxes made of thin cardboard, or bags or envelopes made of paper or plastic. Cook the rice according to instructions on the packet. a cigarette packet. = pack A packet of something is an amount of it contained in a packet. He had smoked half a packet of cigarettes = pack
packet
{i} bundle; package; large amount of money (Slang); block of information that is transferred via a network and contains the sender's address and error correction information (Computers)
packet
A sub-unit of a data stream; a grouping of information that includes a header (containing information such as address destination) and, in most cases, user data
packet
A block of data sent over the network transmitting the identities of the sending and receiving stations, error-control information, and message
packet
A transmission unit of fixed maximum size that consists of binary information representing both data and a header containing an ID number, source and destination addresses, and error-control data A piece of information sent over a network
packet
A packet is a basic communication data unit used when transmitting data from one computer to another Each packet contains a certain amount of data The maximum length of a packet depends on the communication medium As an example, in Ethernet networks the maximum length is 1500 bytes At each network model layer, the contents of the packet can be divided into two parts: the header part and the data part The header contains control information of the particular layer, the data part contains data belonging to the upper layer   TCP/IP TCP/IP is a common name for the networking protocols used for communication in the Internet (e g IP TCP, UDP, ICMP etc ) All protocols are packet based, i e all data sent through are divided into the small parts and sent across the network
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A unit of data transmitted over a network A packet is of fixed size, and is routed between a source and a destination It contains binary information that represents both data and a header containing an ID number, source address, and destination address
packet
The unit of data sent across a network "Packet" is a generic term used to describe units of data at all levels of the protocol stack, but it is most correctly used to describe application data units See datagram, frame
packet
(computer science) a message or message fragment
packet
A grouping of information that includes a header (which has information such as a destination address) and, in most cases, user data Back to Top
packet
A packet is a small flat parcel. a packet of photographs
packet
A chunk of information sent over a network Each packet contains the destination address, the sender's address, error-control information, and data It is a piece of a message that is transmitted over a packet-switching network Each packet is transmitted individually, once divided by the packet-switching network, and can even follow multiple routes to the destination Once all the packets arrive at the destination, they are put back together to get the original message One of the key features of all packets is they contain the destination address, in addition to the data In IP networks, packets are usually called datagrams
packet
Any block of data sent over a network Each packet contains information about the sender and the receiver, and error-control information, in addition to the actual message Packets may be fixed- or variable- length, and they will be reassembled if necessary when they reach their destination
packet
A packet is a standardized unit of data In network communications a packet generally consists of a "header" with identifying information and a "body" containing the data to be transmitted
packet
A unit of data sent across a network When a large block of data is to be sent over a network, it is broken up into several packets, sent, and the reassembled at the other end Packets often include checksum codes to detect transmission errors The exact layout of an individual packet is determined by the protocol being used
packet
a boat for carrying mail
packet
A small package of data TCP/IP breaks messages up into packets, and sends each packet independently to the message destination The protocol ensures that there is no error in transmission and that the entire message arrives
packet
Computer Networks A small "parcel" of data collected together for transmission across a computer network The Internet is a so-termed "packet switching network", meaning that all data files transmitted across it are broken down into discrete packets, each of which is given a unique address for its journey across the network Frequently the packets of data that comprise a particular file travel different routes across the Internet, and arrive in a different order to that in which they were transmitted
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A logical group of data A packet includes a header, which contains addressing and other control information, and the payload (user data) Data travelling through any network is broken up into packets
packet
A unit of data sent across a network When a large block of data is to be sent over a network, it is broken up into a number of packets, sent, and then reassembled at the other end Packets often include checksum codes to detect transmission errors The exact layout of an individual packet is determined by the protocol being used
packet
A specific number of bits of data sent over a link in a packet switched network A packet contains the data and control information needed for the successful delivery of the packet to the desired address The terms packet and frame are often used interchangeably
packet
Originally, a vessel employed by government to convey dispatches or mails; hence, a vessel employed in conveying dispatches, mails, passengers, and goods, and having fixed days of sailing; a mail boat
packet
The unit of data sent across a network "Packet" a generic term used to describe unit of data at all levels of the protocol stack, but it is most correctly used to describe application data units See also: protocol
packet
A specially formatted group of bits containing data, address, and control information that is transmitted over a network as a collective unit Messages are usually broken down into a sequence of several transmitted packets, which are reconstructed for completeness at their destination Different systems use packets of varying sizes
packet
Generic term for a bundle of data, organized in a specific way for transmission A packet consists in the data to be transmitted and certain control information, including the destination address
packet
A block of data carried by a network When one host sends a message to another, the message is broken into one or more packets, which are individually sent across the network
packet
A bundle of data transmitted across a network It contains the source address (where the packet has come from) the destination address (where it's going to) a packet identifier (what sort of packet it is) and the data being sent
packet
The unit of data sent across a packet switching network While some Internet literature use the term to refer specifically to data sent across a physical network, other literature views the Internet as a packet switching network and describes IP Datagrams as packets
packets

    Türkische aussprache

    päkîts

    Aussprache

    /ˈpakəts/ /ˈpækɪts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pa-k&t ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French pacquet, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle Dutch pak pack.

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