ping

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Englisch - Türkisch
(araba) teklemek
{i} uğultu (araba)
bk. Packet Internet Gropper
Ping
vın
{i} detonasyon
{f} vızıldamak
{f} uğuldamak (motor)
ses
kurşunun havada çıkardığı ses
(fiil)zz, vın
vızz
tekle/ses çıkar
{f} (motor) detonasyon yapmak
{i} mermi sesi
{i} vızıltı
buna benzer herhangi bir
ping atmak
teklemek
(Otomotiv) vuruntu sesi
ping pong
masa tenisi

Tom Mary'nin ne kadar iyi masa tenisi oynayabildiğine şaşırdı. - Tom was surprised how well Mary could play ping pong.

Pin pona aynı zamanda masa tenisi de denir. - Ping pong is also called table tennis.

ping pong ball
pinpon topu
ping-pong
masa tenisi

Basketbol ve masa tenisi gibi top oyunları genellikle kapalı alanda oynanır. - Ball games, such as basketball and ping-pong, are usually played indoors.

Tom arkadaşları ile masa tenisi oynuyor. - Tom is playing ping-pong with his friends.

ping-pong
pinpon

O pinponda asla yenilmemekle gurur duyuyor. - He is proud of never having been beaten in ping-pong.

ping-pong paddle
ping-pong raketini
ping pong
ping pong
ping pong
pinpon
ping pong transmission
pinpon turu iletim
ping pong transmission
(Bilgisayar) pinpon türü iletim
ping pong transmission
(Bilgisayar) pinpon iletim
ping test
(Bilgisayar) deneme sınaması
ping pong
(Spor) pin pon
do you have any ping pong balls
pinpon topunuz var mı
ping pong
masatenisi
pinging
(Bilgisayar) öğesine ping yapılıyor
Englisch - Englisch
To ping and receive an acknowledgement

I can't ping their server: perhaps it's been switched off.

An email or other message sent requesting acknowledgement

I sent a ping to the insurance company to see if they received our claim.

(submarine navigation) A pulse of high-pitched or ultrasonic sound whose echoes provide information about nearby objects and vessels

The submarine sent out a ping and got an echo from a battleship.

(submarine navigation) To emit a signal and then listen for its echo in order to detect objects
To send an email or other message to someone in hopes of eliciting a response

I'll ping the insurance company again to see if they've received our claim.

To send a packet in order to determine whether a host is present, particularly by use of the ping utility

The server pings its affiliates periodically.

To cause something to bounce
A packet which a remote host is expected to echo, thus indicating its presence

The network is overloaded from all the pings going out.

To bounce

The ball pinged off the wall and came hurtling back.

To make a high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound

My car was pinging until my last oil change.

To flick

I pinged the crumb off the table with my finger.

A high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound

My car used to make an odd ping, but after the last oil change it went away.

(Bilgisayar) A protocol that sends a message to another computer and waits for acknowledgment, often used to check if another computer on a network is reachable
To make the sound called ping
If a bell or a piece of metal pings, it makes a short, high-pitched noise. The lift bell pinged at the fourth floor. Ping is also a noun. a metallic ping. A river, about 563 km (350 mi) long, of western Thailand. It is a major tributary of the Chao Phraya. A protocol that sends a message to another computer and waits for acknowledgment, often used to check if another computer on a network is reachable. a short high ringing sound (From the sound). to make a short high ringing sound
make a short high-pitched sound; "the bullet pinged when they struck the car"
make a short high-pitched sound; "the bullet pinged when they struck the car
(1) (n ) (Packet Internet Groper) A small program (ICMP ECHO) that a computer sends to a host and times on its return path (2) (v ) To test the reach of destinations by sending them an ICMP ECHO: "Ping host X to see if it is up!"
A utility to determine whether a specific IP Address is accessible It works by sending a packet to the specified address and waiting for a reply PING is used primarily to troubleshoot Internet connections
A tool that verifies connections to one or more remote hosts The ping command uses the ICMP Echo Request and Echo Reply packets to determine whether a particular IP system on a network is functional Ping is useful for diagnosing IP network or router failures See also Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
To emit a signal and then listen for its echo in order to detect objects
Packet Internet Groper A program used to test whether a particular network destination is online, by sending an Internet control message protocol (ICMP) echo request and waiting for a response (Also called packet internet gopher)
(Packet Internet Groper) The name of a program used with TCP/IP Internet to test reachability of destinations by sending then an ICMP echo request and waiting for a reply The term is now used like a verb as in, "please ping host A to see if it is alive "
Ping is an Internet program that lets you verify that a particular Internet address exists and is working
A common software utility program (built into all versions of Windows, among other places), that allows you to send out a 'ping' across the network This is akin to a Sonar ping from a submarine, in that it responds back or echoes to let you know a certain IP address is accessible to your computer It is used to troubleshoot networks
a network utility that determines if TCP/IP is working properly Simply executing the Ping command and specifying the IP address should produce a response (the response will depend on how the remote machine has been programmed to respond to a Ping), but virtually any response that references the remote machine's identity indicates that the Ping was successful and TCP/IP is working correctly
Packet Internet Groper A utility to determine whether a specific IP address is accessible It works by sending a packet to the specified address and waiting for a reply PING is used primarily to troubleshoot Internet connections There are many freeware and shareware PING utilities available for personal computers
This is known as a command that sends out a small packet of information to networked computers The computer that is being pinged quickly replies by sending another packet back to the sender The command is used to determine whether a distant computer is successfully networked, or to determine the relative distance from site to site based on the time it takes for the packet to travel round trip Used to test the connection's performance If the other site is down, the ping fails, and if the site is up, the packet bounces back
{i} ring; noise; metallic sound; action which is intended to reveal the arrival time of a message from one computer to another (Computers)
hit with a pinging noise; "The bugs pinged the lamp shade"
contact, usually in order to remind of something; "I'll ping my accountant--April 15 is nearing"
Packet internet groper A program used to test reachability of destinations by sending them an ICMP echo request and waiting for a reply The term is used as a verb: "Ping host X to see if it is up!"
A pulse of high-pitched or ultrasonic sound whose echoes provide information about nearby objects and vessels
The Packet Internet Groper is a program that is useful for testing and debugging networks It sends an Echo to the specified host, and waits for a response It reports success or failure statistics about its operation
a sharp high-pitched resonant sound (as of a sonar echo or a bullet striking metal)
Packet Internet Groper; a utility used to determine whether a particular computer is currently connected to the Internet It works by sending a packet to the specified IP address and waiting for a reply
A network program which sends UDP packets to a host, and listens for responses Used to check if a machine on the Internet is alive and reachable, and measure the Round Trip Time (RTT) between the local and remote host See also traceroute
sound like a car engine that is firing too early; "the car pinged when I put in low-octane gasoline"; "The car pinked when the ignition was too far retarded"
(Packet InterNet Groper) A program used to test reachability of destinations by sending them an ICMP echo request and waiting for a reply
Packet InterNet Groper An Internet utility used to check the connection with another site It repeatedly bounces a signal off the remote site and shows you how long it took to complete the round trip each time If you get no returns at all, the site is either down or unreachable If only a portion of the signals are returned, it indicates some trouble with the connection that will slow down performance You can run PING software on your own system with a PPP or net account, or you can use it as a command from Delphi's NavNet textside Utilities menu and from most shell accounts See traceroute
The Packet Internet Groper is used to test the availability of a host on a network or on the Internet A UNIX command, ping also works in Windows through TCP/IP In DOS/WINDOWS, at the DOS prompt, enter PING and the IP address or the domain name of the server you want to test If you get replies the server is up If not, it may be down or there may be a problem between you and the server (such as a downed phone line) To test this, perform the command TRACERT with the same IP address or domain name
A network management tool that checks to see whether you can communicate with another computer on the Internet It sends a short message to which the other computer automatically responds If the other computer does not respond to the ping, you usually cannot establish communications
Packet Internet Groper A diagnostic utility program that indicates whether a remote host is actually connected to the network
Packet InterNet Groper is a program and UNIX command that helps testing and debugging network and/or Internet connections An 'Echo' command is sent to a specified computer and then waits for a response The result is a report that displays the success or failure, usually a report back of a timed response in seconds, of the intended action
a river in western Thailand; a major tributary of the Chao Phraya
Abbreviation for packet Internet groper In TCP/IP,  a protocol function that tests the ability of a computer to communicate with a remote computer by sending a query and receiving a confirmation response
send a message from one computer to another to check whether it is reachable and active; "ping your machine in the office"
The sound made by a bullet in striking a solid object or in passing through the air
{f} make noise, make a sound
A TCP/IP application used to determine whether other machines are online and available Pinging is performed by sending an ICMP echo request and waiting for a reply See also ICMP
A basic Internet program that lets you verify that a particular Internet address exists and can accept requests The act of using the ping utility or command Pinging is diagnostically used to ensure that a host computer, which you are trying to reach, actually operates
Ping - a program for determining if another computer is presently connected to the Internet
a sharp high-pitched resonant sound (as of a sonar echo or a bullet striking metal) a river in western Thailand; a major tributary of the Chao Phraya send a message from one computer to another to check whether it is reachable and active; "ping your machine in the office"
A Packet Internet Gopher, or PING, is a simple way to time or test the response of an Internet connection A PING sends a request to an Internet host and waits for a reply message called, what else, a PONG
ping pong
Another name for table tennis
ping pong ball
A lightweight celluloid ball used in the sport of table tennis (ping pong)
ping pong show
A type of erotic performance in which various objects, including ping pong balls, are ejected from a woman's vagina
ping-pong
Alternative form of ping pong
ping-pong
a game (trade name Ping-Pong) resembling tennis but played on a table with paddles and a light hollow ball
ping-pong
A recording technique used to transfer (i e , mix and rerecord) one or more tracks to other tracks to free up those tracks for further recording MD4 allows you to record on all four tracks and then ping-pong (i e , four-track playback with ping-pong) A feature unique to MD4
ping-pong
Ping-pong is the game of table tennis. an indoor game played on a table by two people with a small plastic ball and two bats = table tennis. or (trademark) Ping-Pong Game similar to lawn tennis that is played on a tabletop with wooden paddles and a small, hollow, plastic ball. The object is to hit the ball so that it goes over the net and bounces on the opponent's half of the table in such a way as to defeat the opponent's attempt to reach and return it. Both singles and doubles games are played. A match consists of the best of three or the best of five games, each game being won by the player or team that first reaches 21 points. Invented in England in the early 20th century, it soon spread throughout the world. Since the mid-1950s, East Asian countries have dominated the sport. It has been an Olympic sport for both men and women since 1988
ping-pong
A trademarked name for table tennis, originally registered by Parker Brothers in 1901
ping-pong
1 A type of transport protocol that acknowledges each packet individually A node cannot send another packet until it has an acknowledgment for the previous packet 2 A 9600bps and 4800bps protocol developed by Hayes It features fast turnaround
ping-pong
table tennis, ball game played with a small ball and paddles
ping-pong ball
light hollow ball used in playing table tennis
ping-pong paddle
small wooden racket used in the game of ping-pong
aerial ping pong
Australian rules football

1965: 'Australian Rules draws bigger crowds in Melbourne than Rugby in Sydney.' 'What?' Sydney Sam would say, 'that's not football, mate, it's aerial ping-pong.' — Frank Hardy, The Yarns of Billy Borker page 43, quoted in G. A. Wilkes, A Dictionary of Australian Colloquialisms, second edition, 1985, Sydney University Press, ISBN 0-424-00113-6.

aerial ping-pong
Australian slang for Australian Rules Football
trademark Ping-Pong
or (trademark) Ping-Pong Game similar to lawn tennis that is played on a tabletop with wooden paddles and a small, hollow, plastic ball. The object is to hit the ball so that it goes over the net and bounces on the opponent's half of the table in such a way as to defeat the opponent's attempt to reach and return it. Both singles and doubles games are played. A match consists of the best of three or the best of five games, each game being won by the player or team that first reaches 21 points. Invented in England in the early 20th century, it soon spread throughout the world. Since the mid-1950s, East Asian countries have dominated the sport. It has been an Olympic sport for both men and women since 1988
Türkisch - Englisch
ping
ping atmak
ping
ping-pong diplomasisi
(Politika, Siyaset) ping-pong diplomacy
ping-pong masası
ping-pong table
ping pong
table tennis
ping pong
ping-pong
ping pong
ping pong
ping
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