patch

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Englisch - Türkisch
yama

Bugünlerde, insanlar nadiren kendi dirsek ve dizleri üzerinde yamalar giymektedir. - These days, people rarely wear patches on their elbows and knees.

Annem pantolonumu yamamak zorunda kaldı. - My mother had to patch my pants.

{i} toprak parçası
{i} arsa
onarma
ek
(Avcılık) namlu temizleme bezi
uzlaşmalı
yama yapmak
yamamak

Annem pantolonumu yamamak zorunda kaldı. - My mother had to patch my pants.

(değişik renkte) yer/parça
küçük bitki yetiştirme
{f} yama yap
Deri veya mukoza üzerinde değişik renk gösteren küçük bölge,leke
{i} yüze takılan siyah tül
{i} plaster

Tom gözlerinden birinin üzerine bir plaster takıyordu. - Tom was wearing a patch over one of his eyes.

{f} eğreti bir şekilde tamir etmek
eski zamanda kadınların süs olarak yüzlerine yapıştırdıkları ufak siyah ipek parçası
{i} benek
(fiil) yamamak
patch cord bağlama teli
uzlaşmak
yapıştırma ben
(Tıp) eklemek
parça

Tom'un saçında bir parça gri var. - Tom has a patch of gray in his hair.

Patch me through
Baplantıyı kur,yayını hazırla, beni hemen bağla

(esp. in radio and telephone communications) to connect or hook up (circuits, programs, conversations, etc.) (often fol. by through, into, etc.): The radio show was patched through to the ship. Patch me through to the mainland.

patch s.o. up
birinin yaralarını tedavi etmek
patch up
onarmak
patch up
derlemek
patch up
uzlaştırmak
patch up
birleştirmek
patch up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- uzlaştırmak , yatıştırmak 2- baştan savma yapmak , şişirmek
patch up
yama
Patch someone through
(Telefon santrali) Birini birine bağlamak
Patch through
(Telefon santrali) Birini birine bağlamak
patch panel
fiş panosu
patch panel
dağıtım panosu
patch pocket
(Tekstil) dıştan vurmalı cep
patch together
tamir et
patch up
yamamak
patch up
yatıştırmak
patch up
barıştırmak
patch of ground
zemin yama
patch of lawn
cim yama
patch pocket
dıştan cep
patch test
yama testi
patch things up
Aradaki anlaşmazlığı gidermek, barışmak
patch trousers
yama pantolon
patch work
yama çalışması
patch board
bağlama panosu (bilgisayar)
patch bolt
dikiş cıvatası
patch code
eklenmiş kod
patch cord
ara kablo
patch count
(Bilgisayar) düzeltme paketi numarası
patch count
(Bilgisayar) düzeltme eki sayısı
patch lib
(Bilgisayar) yama kitaplığı
patch panel
(Askeri) bağlantı panosu
patch s.t. up/together
bir şeyi eğreti bir şekilde tamir etmek
patch things up
aradaki anlaşmazlığı gidermek
patch unavailable
(Bilgisayar) yama kullanılamıyor
cold patch
(Otomotiv) soğuk yama
elbow patch
(Tekstil) dirsek yaması
put a patch on
yama vurmak
security patch
(Bilgisayar) güvenlik yaması
soul patch
(Argo) dudak altındaki sakal
thorn patch
dikenlik
bad patch
şanssızlık anı
bad patch
kötü zaman
cinder patch
cüruf yaması
patched
{f} yamala
patching
{i} yamama
strike a bad patch
başı dara düşmek
vegetable patch
sebze parçası
bald patch
kel yama
brier patch
(herhangi bir) dikenli yabani çalı
cabbage patch
lahana yama
contact patch
temas
eye-patch
Sağlık amaçlı kullanılan göz bandı
full patch
Bir motor kulübüne tam üyelik hakkı kazanmış kimse
full patch
Full member of a motorcycle club
icy patch
Kar sonrası, yollarda oluşan buzlu kısım
nicotine patch
nikotin bandı
not a patch on
tırnağı bile olamaz
patched
yamalı
patched
yamala(mak)
patcher
yamalı
patching
yamalayarak
purple patch
mor yama
skin patch
deri yama
soul patch
(Kozmetik) Sakalsız ve bıyıksız erkeklerin sadece alt dudağın hemen altında bıraktıkları küçük sakal
third person singular of patch
üçüncü kişi yama tekil
adhesive patch
(Otomotiv) yapışkan yama
bad patch
(deyim) zorluk veya mutsuzlukla dolu bir dönem, problemler
bitumen patch
bitümlü yama
blackberry patch
böğürtlenlik
can you patch this hole
bu deliğe yama yapabilir misiniz
cinder patch
kırıntı yaması
contact patch
(Otomotiv) yola temas alanı
data patch panel; distributed production program
(Askeri) veri yama paneli; dağıtılmış üretim programı
electronic patch panel
elektronik baglanti panosu
equal level patch panel
(Askeri) eşit seviyeli yama paneli
finger patch
(Havacılık) şerit yama
go through a bad patch
(deyim) başına bir iş gelmek
go through a bad patch
(deyim) talihi ters gitmek
patched
yamala
patching
{f} yamala: prep.yamalayarak
patching
{i} onarım
power projection platform; primary patch panel; priority placement program
(Askeri) güç koruma platformu; esas bağlantı panosu; öncelik belirleme programı
rough patch
(deyim) a rough patch ( genellikle go through ...) parasal veya kisisel zorluklarla dolu bir donem
shoulder patch
(Askeri) BİRLİK KOL SEMBOLÜ: Bak. "shoulder sleeve insignia"
soft patch
yumuşak yama
tire patch
(Otomotiv) lastik yaması
user patch
kullanıcı ilave proramı
user patch
(Bilgisayar) kullanıcı ilave programı
Englisch - Englisch
An adhesive piece of material, impregnated with a drug, which is worn on the skin; the drug being slowly absorbed over a period of time
To mend by sewing on a piece or pieces of cloth, leather, or the like; as, to patch a coat
A file describing changes made to a computer file or files, usually changes made to a computer program that fix a programming bug
To make the changes a patch describes; to apply a patch to the files in question. Hence:

To make a quick and possibly temporary change to a program.

To connect two pieces of electrical equipment using a cable

I'll need to patch the preamp output to the mixer.

A period of time

The world economy had a rough patch in the 1930s.

A piece of material used to cover a wound
A small piece of material that is manually passed through a gun barrel to clean it
A paltry fellow; a rogue; a ninny; a fool
A block on the muzzle of a gun, to do away with the effect of dispart, in sighting
A patch file, a file used for input to a patch program
To mend with pieces; to repair with pieces fastened on
A fit
A cable connecting two pieces of electrical equipment
To repair clumsily; as, to patch the roof of a house
To arrange in a hasty or clumsy manner; – generally with up; as, to patch up a truce
To make of pieces or patches like a quilt
The program that updates old versions of files, based on a record of differences with the newer versions
A piece of cloth, or other suitable material, sewed or otherwise fixed upon a garment to repair or strengthen it, especially upon an old garment to cover a hole
A small piece of black silk stuck on the face, or neck, to hide a defect, or to heighten beauty
To adorn, as the face, with a patch or patches
A piece of greased cloth or leather used as wrapping for a rifle ball, to make it fit the bore
To repair as with patches
A small piece of anything used to repair a breach; as, a patch on a kettle, a roof, etc
A small area, a small piece of ground; a tract; a plot; as, scattered patches of trees or growing corn
A cover worn over a damaged eye, an eyepatch
{n} a piece to cover a hole or fore with, a bit
{v} to put on patches, piece, mend, botch
A cord that is used with a patch panel
A piece of cloth, or other suitable material, sewed or otherwise fixed upon a garment to repair or strengthen it, esp. upon an old garment to cover a hole
A short period of time, especially one which causes trouble
A synthesizer sound composed of specific settings In the old days, you used to patch together modules with patch chords, hence the term formed Later, "patches" were dialed up on knobs With the advent of memory, however, patches usually refer to a stored patch inside the synthesizer memory
sewing or darning that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment); "her stockings had several mends"
In some early keyboard synthesizers, one selected "instruments" to play (e g , vibraphone, clarinet ) Later, the term "voice" emerged, in part, because some of the sounds went beyond instruments (police whistles, human voices, etc ) In contemporary MIDI-computing, the word "patch" is prominent--one reason being that a single keyboard setting, like 99, may encompass a large range of percussive sounds In any event, to a sequencer, the patch setting will determine the nature of the sounds
In the context of information foraging theory, a "patch" is an area in an information space where there is a high density of relevant or high quality information on a topic For example, a patch on the web may be a web page with many links to high quality information on a topic On a file system, a patch may be a folder containing most of the relevant documents on a topic Since there is no fixed notion of "space" in cyberspace, a useful way to characterize a patch is in terms of temporal distance rather than spatial distance Thus a patch is a place where in a relatively short amount of time a sensemaker can encounter much useful information on a topic
{f} cover a hole with a piece of material; use as a patch, use to cover a hole
a piece of cloth used as decoration or to mend or cover a hole
A file describing changes made to a computer file or files, usually changes made to a computer program that fix a programming bug. A patch file, a file used for input to a patch program
subset of a container's domain with values computed by a particular context A partition splits a domain into patches It may be surrounded by external and internal guard layers See Also: partition, guard layer, domain
Verb: To connect together, as the inputs and outputs of various modules, generally with patch cords Noun: The configuration of hookups and settings that results from the process of patching, and, by extension, the sound that such a configuration creates Often used to denote a single tone color or the contents of a memory location that contains parameter settings for such a tone color, even on an instrument that requires no physical patching
Fig
A patch is a small piece of material which you wear to cover an injured eye. She went to the hospital and found him lying down with a patch over his eye. see also eye patch
Connect equipment with wires and/or cables
If you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time. His marriage was going through a bad patch
A patch is a quick fix for a part of software that contains a bug or a weakness Patches can often be downloaded from the manufacturer's Web site
A patch is a piece of material which you use to cover a hole in something. jackets with patches on the elbows
A configuration of interconnected modules and associated menu items and parameters You can design new Patches using the Edit Screen Patches are also referred to as "Presets "
A piece of cloth, or other suitable material, sewed or otherwise fixed upon a garment to repair or strengthen it, esp
A fool; so called from the motley or patched dress worn by licensed fools “What a pied ninny's this! thou scurvy patch!” Shakespeare: The Tempest, iii 2 Cross-patch An ill-tempered person See above Not a patch upon Not to be compared with; as, “His horse is not a patch upon mine,” “My patch is better than his garment ”
n landscape ecology, a particular unit with identifiable boundaries which differs from its surroundings in one or more ways These can be a function of vegetative composition, structure, age or some combination of the three
{i} area of fabric used to repair a hole; stain; bandage; lot, plot of land; small repair to a program which adds or changes only a small part of the program (Computers)
If you say that someone or something is not a patch on another person or thing, you mean that they are not as good as that person or thing. Handsome, she thought, but not a patch on Alex. A fool or clown; a dolt. patch up to repair a hole in something by putting a piece of something else over it patch together to make something quickly or carelessly from a number of different pieces or ideas
a piece of cloth used as decoration or to mend or cover a hole a short set of commands to correct a bug in a computer program mend by putting a patch on; "patch a hole"
a short set of commands to correct a bug in a computer program
A patch of land is a small area of land where a particular plant or crop grows. a patch of land covered in forest. the little vegetable patch in her backyard
a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition; "he was here for a little while"; "I need to rest for a piece"; "a spell of good weather"; "a patch of bad weather"
A patch is a piece of computer program code written as a temporary solution for dealing with a virus in computer software and distributed by the makers of the original program. Older machines will need a software patch to be loaded to correct the date
a flat, discolored spot
a connection intended to be used for a limited time
To mend with pieces; to repair with pieces festened on; to repair clumsily; as, to patch the roof of a house
a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation; "a bean plot"; "a cabbage patch"; "a briar patch"
provide with a patch; also used metaphorically; "The field was patched with snow
If you patch something that has a hole in it, you mend it by fastening a patch over the hole. He and Walker patched the barn roof their patched clothes
small patches made from black silk and adhesive and used as "beauty marks", usually circle or star-shaped
To make the changes a patch describes; to apply a patch to the files in question. Hence
mend by putting a patch on; "patch a hole"
repair by adding pieces; "She pieced the china cup"
upon an old garment to cover a hole
To make of pieces or patches; to repair as with patches; to arrange in a hasty or clumsy manner; generally with up; as, to patch up a truce
A temporary fix to a program bug A patch is an actual piece of object code that is inserted into (patched into) an executable program
patch file
A file describing changes made to a computer file or files, usually changes made to a computer program that fix a programming bug
patch file
A file input to a patch program
patch panel
a series of network cable connection sockets
patch pocket
A pocket made of a piece of fabric by sewing it onto the outside of a garment
patch up
to repair, to make better

You need to patch things up with your sister after that horrible argument.

patch up
to mend quickly
patch up
to repair by adding a patch

I needed to patch up my trousers after ripping them on the brambles.

patch-up
The act of patching or repairing
patch-up
To mend something by patching; usually a quick fix
patch-up
An instance of patching or repairing
patch-up
A hastily performed repair job; a quick fix
patch-up
Something done by patching; a quick fix
Patch someone through
Allow someone speaking to you on a phone or radio to speak to someone else
Patch through
Allow someone speaking to you on a phone or radio to speak to someone else
patch up
mend by putting a patch on; "patch a hole"
patch cord
A conductor with a plug at each end that is used to temporarily connect components of an electronic system
patch of sunlight
small area in sunshine, sunlit area
patch panel
A panel that contains means for changing circuit configurations; usually, it consists of receptacles/jacks into which jumpers/plugs can be inserted
patch panel
Connecting hardware normally found in the wiring or telecommunications closet consisting of a row or rows of ports Using patch cables to connect horizontal or backbone cables to an arrangement of fixed connectors to form cross-connections or interconnections In a LAN, the patch panel connects the outside lines connecting to the Internet to the internal network's computers
patch panel
Device for wiring twisted-pair cables between communication devices and the communications wiring to individual end nodes such as telephones or network devices Connects each individual wire termination into a separate modular connection, either RJ-11 or RJ-45 Patch panel connections are then made to communication devices such as a concentrator or hub
patch panel
A cross-connect system of mateable connectors that facilitates administration
patch panel
A group of jacks in a panel that can have cords plugged into them so that signals can conveniently be routed and changed
patch panel
A rack mountable panel (usually 19" wide) containing connecting hardware Used to patch between groups of cables and equipment
patch panel
A faceplate containing rows of RJ45 (8 wire modular) connections, mounted in a rack or mounted to a surface, and used to terminate the other end of the in wall cabling
patch panel
a board in the wiring closet that is used to connect the backbone wiring with the classroom termination wiring in an organized and maintainable manner
patch panel
An assembly of pin locations and ports, mounted on a rack or wall bracket A patch panel acts like a switchboard where cable from schoolrooms can be connected to each other (forming a local network) and to the outside (linking to the Internet or other wide area network) Krone and 110 are the names of two kinds of patch panels; Krones are made by Krone, and 110s are made by many companies The patch panel in each NetDay kit has 24 ports and enough pin locations to wire 24 cables See What Happens at the Central Point
patch panel
A device, usually located in a telecommunications closet, in which temporary or semi-permanent connections can be made between incoming and outgoing lines Used for modifying or reconfiguring a communications system or for connecting devices such as test instruments to specific lines
patch panel
A series of jacks which has connections for most of the inputs and outputs of the console, console sections, tape machines and other pieces of equipment
patch panel
- An element of a wiring center where individual cable runs are brought together By making connections between any two points on the patch panel, the physical path of individual wires can be controlled and the sequence of individual wires managed The so-called data path is particularly important in token ring networks, where patch panels are frequently found
patch panel
A group of sockets that function as a manual switching centre between incoming and outgoing lines in a communications, electronic or electrical system
patch panel
A board consisting of rows of sockets into which plugs can be connected to route sound signals or power for lighting circuits
patch panel
A device in which temporary connections can be made between incoming lines and outgoing lines It is used for modifying or reconfiguring a communications system or for connecting devices such as test instruments to specific lines
patch panel
A panel of network ports contained together within a closet that allows circuits to be arranged and rearranged by plugging and unplugging the patch cords
patch panel
A passive device, typically flat plate holding feed through connectors, to allow circuit arrangements and rearrangements by simply plugging and unplugging patch cables
patch panel
A system of terminal blocks, patch cords & backboards that facilitates administration of cross- connect fields for moves & rearrangements
patch panel
A cross-connect system of matable connectors that facilitates administration
patch panel
A panel with many connectors on it that usually terminates in some sort of multipin connector; also confused easily with "Patch bay "
patch panel
Connecting hardware that typically provides means to connect horizontal or backbone cables to an arrangement of fixed connectors that may be accessed using patch cords or equipment cords to form cross-connections or interconnections
patch panel
An array of sockets in which wires may be plugged to establish a contemporary signal path
patch pocket
An unfitted flat pocket on the outside of a garment
patch pocket
a flat pocket sewn to the outside of a garment
patch test
A method by which a specified volume of fluid is filtered through a membrane filter of known pore structure All particulate matter in excess of an "average size," determined by the membrane characteristics, is retained on its surface Thus, the membrane is discolored by an amount proportional to the particulate level of the fluid sample Visually comparing the test filter with standard patches of known contamination levels determines acceptability for a given fluid
patch test
A test for allergic sensitivity in which a suspected allergen is applied to the skin on a small surgical pad. Controlled application of biological or chemical substances to the skin to test for allergy. Small amounts of diluted test substances applied under a patch of cloth or soft paper and an impermeable membrane are left in place for 48 hours, and the skin reaction is then examined and scored from 0 (none) to 4+ (severe blistering and redness)
patch test
a test in which a patch of elements is subjected to a set of nodal point displacements that in an exact analysis correspond to the constant strain condition If the element strains calculated by FEA do actually represent the constant strain condition, the patch test is passed
patch test
another name for skin test
patch test
a test to determine allergic sensitivity by applying small pads soaked with allergen to the unbroken skin
patch up
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
patch up
If you patch up something which is damaged, you mend it or patch it. We can patch up those holes
patch up
If doctors patch someone up or patch their wounds up, they treat their injuries. the medical staff who patched her up after the accident Emergency surgery patched up his face
patch up
mend, fix up; settle (an argument)
patch up
If you patch up a quarrel or relationship, you try to be friendly again and not to quarrel any more. She has gone on holiday with her husband to try to patch up their marriage He has now patched up his differences with the Minister France patched things up with New Zealand They managed to patch it up
bald patch
An area of baldness on a partially bald head

The vain man grew his remaining hair long and twirled it in a spiral to try to cover his growing bald patch, which looked ridiculous when ever it unspiralled, which was always.

briar-patch
An intellectual or philosophical issue abounding with seemingly unresolvable problems; a theoretical quandary or impasse

I do not want to spend long in examining the arguments for this general deprecation of sense-perception or the intellectual motives for denying all credentials to sense-perception in order to enhance those of calculation, demonstration or religious faith. I want to get quickly to the much thornier briar-patch, the place, namely, where scientific accounts of perception seem to issue in the consequential doctrine that observers, including the physiologists and psychologists themselves, never perceive what they naïvely suppose themselves to perceive.

briar-patch
A dense thicket of thorny plants; ground made impassible by the impenetrable overgrowth of prickly vegetation.“briar patch” listed in Webster’s New Millennium™ Dictionary of English, Preview Edition (v. 0.9.7), Copyright © 2003–2009 Dictionary.com, LLC
monkey patch
To alter the behaviour of a program by forcefully overriding aspects of the original code at runtime
monkey patch
A patch which alters the behaviour of a program by forcefully overriding aspects of the original code at runtime
nicotine patch
An adhesive patch, affixed to the skin, that slowly diffuses nicotine into the bloodstream; used by people who are trying to quit smoking
not a patch on
Not nearly as good as

The new model is not a patch on the original version.

pea patch
A small piece of land planted with peas
pea patch
A realm of endeavor
pea patch
A baseball field
pea patch
A small farm
purple patch
An ornate or elaborate section of a written work, a patch of purple prose
purple patch
A period of excellent performance, where nearly everything seems to go right, work properly, and contrasting with a more general lower level of performance

The England team hit a purple patch just after half-time, where they scored 3 goals in 10 minutes, but in the end they were lucky to escape with a 3-3 draw.

soul patch
A narrow beard descending from the lower lip, above the chin
tear up the pea patch
To put on a notable performance, especially in sports; to go on a rampage
transdermal patch
A plastic patch that has been impregnated with medication. The patch is applied to the skin and delivers a steady dose of medication over time
patcher
{n} one who patches or mends, a botcher
brier patch
Tangled mass of prickly plants, (synonym) brier, brierpatch
brier patch
Tanglede mas of prickly plants
eye-patch
A covering worn over the eye to protect it if it is damaged or sore
bare patch
sparsely wooded area of a forest, exposed area
brown patch
A disease of turf grasses caused by a fungus of the genus Rhizoctonia and resulting in circular patches of dead leaves
cross patch
{i} grouch, bad-tempered person
estradiol patch
a transdermal patch that allows estradiol to be absorbed into the blood stream; used in treating estrogen deficiency and in hormone replacement therapy
eye patch
An eye patch is a piece of material which you wear over your eye when you have damaged or injured it. a piece of material worn over one eye, usually because that eye has been damaged
landing patch
large flat area for landing aircraft
nicotine patch
a small piece of material containing nicotine which you stick on your skin to help you stop smoking
not a patch on
cannot be compared to -, is of much lower quality than -
patched
Having been patched
patched
having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture); "a field patched with ice and snow"; "a black-and-white spotted cow"
patched
past of patch
patched
having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture); "a field patched with ice and snow"; "a black-and-white spotted cow
patched
{s} covered with a piece of material, mended using a piece of material
patched
mended usually clumsily by covering a hole with a patch; "patched jeans"
patcher
{i} one who patches, one who mends
patcher
One who patches or botches
patches
plural of patch
patches
Type of software used to repair or update existing software
patches
Emblems of identification
patches
also variously known as programs, timbres, or voices The name used for the sounds that can be generated by a MIDI device
patches
The smaller units that are sewn together to make the pieces of a block
patches
third person singular of patch
patches
Filler material inserted into defects of veneers or panels for repair
patching
Clearly defined patches of color in the coat, as seen in torties, particolors (color/pattern + white)
patching
Repair of a furnace lining; repair of a mold core
patching
Connecting two lines or circuits together temporarily by means of a patch cord
patching
the act of mending a hole in a garment by sewing a patch over it
patching
Connecting circuits by means of cords with plugs inserted into appropriate jacks
patching
present participle of patch
patching
A means of connecting circuits via cords and connectors that can be easily disconnected and reconnected at another point May be accomplished by using modular cords connected between jack fields or by patch cord assemblies that plug onto connecting blocks
peyer's patch
any of several lymph nodes in the walls of the intestines near the junction of the ileum and colon
purple patch
(British) period of time of good fortune
shoulder patch
A cloth patch bearing identifying markings, worn on the upper portion of the sleeve of a uniform
shoulder patch
patch worn on the shoulder of a military uniform to indicate rank
skin patch
transdermal patch: a medicated adhesive pad placed on the skin for absorption of a time released dose of medication into the bloodstream
transdermal patch
A medicated adhesive pad that is placed on the skin to deliver a time-release dose of medication through the skin into the bloodstream. Also called skin patch
transdermal patch
a medicated adhesive pad placed on the skin for absorption of a time released dose of medication into the bloodstream
watermelon patch
field in which watermelons grow
patch
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